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JUST 1/695; an entry from
the 1241 Eyre Roll. A murder committed by women was unusual. The two
women in this case were exacted (called to appear in court) and then
outlawed for failing to come to answer the charge. If they had had
any money or possessions ("chattels") they would have been
taken by the king. None of the named people were in court, so this
case would have been dealt with in a few minutes.
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these were poor women?
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