Historical Records : Pre-1600

 

     select     1216-1272 : William de la Plocke of Gloucester- Inquisition Post Mortem

     select     1220 : William of the Plock - is a witness to a grant of land

     select     1230 : William of the Plocke - grants land to a leper house

     select     1230 : William of the Plocke -is a witness to a grant of land

     select     1240 : William of the Plock - releases a land right

     select     1240 : William of the Plok - of Gloucester, witnesses a document

     select     1250 : William le Pluk' - rents land from Glastonbury Abbey

     select     1250 : William Pluch' - rents land from Glastonbury Abbey [2]

     select     1250 : William le Pluk' - rents land from Glastonbury Abbey [3]

     select     1260 : William of the Plock - of Gloucester - is witness to a grant of land

     select     1266 : Nicholas de la Plocke of Gloucester - rents land from St Peter's Abbey

     select     1269 : William de la Plukke of Gloucester - Inquisition Post Mortem

     select     1270 : William de la Plocke of Gloucester - Inquisition Post Mortem

     select     1273 : William Pluckerose of Lothingland - the holder of one messuage

     select     1273 : William Pluckerose and Alan Pluckerose of Lothingland - landholders

     select     1274/5 : William de la Ploke of Gloucester - Inquisition post mortem

     select     1277/8 : Alice de la Plock' and William de la Plock', the elder - in an inheritance dispute?

     select     1277/8 : William de la Plock' - recovers his land

     select     1296 : Robert Pluckerose - a villein from Yonesmere - an early Pluckrose pays taxes (1)

     select     1296 : Robert Pluckerose - a villein from Yonesmere - an early Pluckrose pays taxes (2)

     select     1300 : Stephen de la Plokke of Gloucester - Inquisition Post Mortem

     select     1301 : Stephen ate Plock of Gloucester - Inquisition Post Mortem

     select     1301 : Walter Plukkerose of London, and his wife, Alice, - in Norwich

     select     1307 : William Pluk of Marloberg - Inquisition Post Mortem

     select     1310 : Stephen of the Plock - of Gloucester- is a witness to a lease of land

     select     1326 : John Pluckerose - becomes a freeman of Norwich

     select     1328 : Widow Plukkerose of Rottyngeden - pays the Tax of 1327

     select     1332 : Matilda Pluckerose of Rottyngeden - pays the Tax of 1332

     select     1332 : William Plockerose of Whiteweye - pays his lay subsidy

     select     1349 : John Pluck of Canterbury - becomes a Freeman of the city

     select     1351 : John Plukkerose of Great Baddow - a profiteering shoemaker?

     select     1396 : John and Richard Pluk of Cornwall - in an armed robbery

     select     1399 : Simon Plok of Sturmouth - is accused of stealing corn

     select     1412 : William Plukrose of Bristol - is appointed a searcher of ships

     select     1422 : William Plukrose of Harryngworth - owes 100 shillings

     select     1428 : John Plukrose of Great Chishill - gets a share

     select     1429 : Simon Plukke of Stourmouth - is commissioned to collect taxes

     select     1430 : John Plukrose of Great Chishell - took a horse and must appear in Court

     select     1432 : John Plukkerose of Great Chishill and William Plukkerose of Lynton - get shares

     select     1434 : John Plukerose of Lyntone - takes an oath 

     select     1440 : Thomas Plok of Suffolk - owes 40 shillings

     select     1450 : John Pluk of East Kent - is granted land

     select     1473 : John Plukrose of Bedford - and Duffehous Yerd

     select     1475-1485 : James and Joan Pluk in Cornwall - sue for the return of some title deeds

     select     1475-1515 : Plucks in Cornwall - land disputes

     select     1483 : John Plukrose of Bedford - must appear in Court

     select     1486-1515 : John Pluk in Cornwall - is seeking the return of some title deeds

     select     1488 : James Pluk in Cornwall - is still seeking the return of some title deeds

     select     1504 : Joh'n Plucke in Cornwall - is still seeking the return of some title deeds

     select     1525 : Henry Pluck of Northumberland - took the Blessed Sacrament from Bellingham Church

     select     1529 : Walter Plukke of Cornwall - accused of forcible entry and assault

     select     1530-31 : Walter Pluck of Cornwall - defends a "forcible entry"

     select     1570 : John Pluckrose of Chrishall - does jury service in a murder trial

     select     1584 : John Pluckrose of Great Chishall - serves on a coroner's jury

     select     1585 : Owen Plucke of Kilmore - is pardoned

     select     1596-1616 : Edward Plucke of Montgomery - defendant in civil action

     select     1596 : Jock Pluck - is extradited to Scotland

     select     1597 : Emery Pluck - is "slayne" by the Scots

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