KNOLLER, John, of Bletchingley, Surr.
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Family and Education
In May 1408, described as ‘of Bletchingley’, Knoller was a witness to a conveyance of land in the manor by John Deubeneye* to John Parker. Ten years later, Simon Gibbe, a labourer from Reculver, Kent, was pardoned his outlawry for not appearing before the justices of the King’s bench to answer John Knoller and John Overhevene on a suit of trespass, although it is by no means certain that Knoller was the principal victim of this crime.1
Ref Volumes: 1386-1421
- 1. U. Lambert, Blechingley, i. 294; CPR, 1416-22, p. 165.