Account of the sheriff of Somerset and Dorset, Octaves of Trinity. 22s. allowed to Godfrey Butler, William Giffard, Simon the Armourer, Henry Laghtan of Drumelzier in Tweeddale, Gilchrist of the Cuisine, Gilchrist of Carrick, and Adam Picard of Scotland, prisoners from Stirling castle, received by the sheriff on 5 September 1304, from the sheriff of Southampton, and expenses of 3 horsemen and 4 foot escorting them from the town of Sherborne in Dorset to Exeter, same month.
Account of the bailiff of Southampton: 10s. expenses of these prisoners (except Gilchrist of Carrick, not named), received at Southampton in August 1304, from Henry Beaulieu, master of ‘La Halviode Cogg’ of Southampton, for 3 days while in his custody, that is, Godfrey and William, 3d. each, and each of the others 2d., and escorting them to Winchester to be delivered to the sheriff there.