England’s Immigrants 1330 – 1550 Resident Aliens in the Late Middle Ages

John Boyter [79]

Surname: Boyter
Forename: John
Gender: Male
Place of Residence: New Ross, County Wexford, Ireland
Place of Origin: France
Origin: Nationality: [French]
Duration of letters: 1 year
Occupation(s): merchant
Original Document: CPR 1334-8, p. 161 (letters of protection, 8 August 1335)
Notes: Born of the power of French king, for his men, servants, goods and merchandise, lands and possessions while trading in England and Ireland. 1335: complains that, even though he has lived in Ross for 30 years and paid taxes as a denizen, he was expected to pay customs in Southampton as if he were an alien merchant and his goods were confiscated. King orders to release them and to consider him as denizen (CCR 1333-7).
Biographical Notes: No Notes

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