Roster of Medieval Jews

"The following is a working list of those members of the medieval Oxford Jewish community for which we have records. English medieval Jewries are the best documented 13th century Jewish communities in the world, and Oxford is, arguably, the best documented of them all.

"While this is presented merely as a work-in-progress, only the slightest perusal of it will reveal to any reader the wealth of characters who inhabited this remarkable Jewish quarter. Enjoy browsing this in the state at which it is at the moment—it tells of some 250 medieval Oxford Jewish individuals." (research of Pam Manix,  e-mail contact: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it )

The Jews of Medieval Oxford, a roster, a work-in-progress

Aaron f. Benedict of Winchester grandson of Licoricia, brother of Avegay and Vives

Aaron Canis, Died 1256. Lived on corner of Fish Street and Little Jewry Lane

(Aaron, living/transacting business in Dorchester, Oxon. in 1277)

Aaron f. Isaac of Oxford Lived on corner of Carfax where Edinburgh Woolen Mill Shop is now. His house was burned by King Stephen, 1141 to induce Jews to give over money to pay for ongoing war with Matilda (this after Matilda had recently just extracted large sum from same group). Threatened to burn entire Jewry if not forthcoming.

 

Aaron of Oxford Father of (a) Gamaliel and Elias, who may not have stayed in Oxford. In 1276 the sons sold Archibishop of York a debt (PR 1271 567) so this can’t be Aaron f. Isaac. But could be any of other Oxford Aarons.

Aaron de la Rye Lived opposite Town Hall, executed in 1279 for coin clipping.

Aaron of Worcester accused of slaying Robert le Porter in 1286 PR 1286 221 went to trial, outcome unknown. His son Issac seemingly was acquitted, as was Isaac’s wife Blaka?)

Abraham f. Aaron Bristol Tallage 1210 RR1220

Abraham of Bedford Bristol Tallage 1210. RR 1220, Called in 1220 to give judgement in half-quorum of Oxford Jews in London. EJ i 34.

Abraham f. Benedict Member of inquest into remaining Jewish property at expulsion and forging of Osney seal 1290. Expelled 1290

Abraham of Berkhamstead, Charged in 1251 with coin-clipping---resolved with fine. CR 1251 418. Worked mostly out of Wallingford from 1255

Abraham f. Copin Son of Copin of Worcester, died before 1225, widow Joya, son Bonefey

Abraham of Oseney Bristol Tallage 1210 RR 1220, 1221

Abraham of Oxford Aid to Marry Joan (dowry for King John’s sister) 1221 contributed at Winchester

Abraham Pernaze, 1262, the bailivus judeorum, i.e. the secular civil leader of the Oxford Jewish community, accountable to the (Castle?) Acquisition of Swinebroke 1261-2 . StJ Cart ii 39-43

Alice of Oxford, Jewish convert assigned to Hosp. St. John 1247

Antera (I) f. Jacob Second wife/widow of “Mag. Moses” (f. Simon) who died in 1268. She received payment in 1266, (PR 1266) Mother of Jacob of Oxford, possibly Vives and Cresse ff.Mag Moses as well (though possibly half- brothers).

Antera (II) Wife of Vives f. mag. Moses.

Antera (III) (f. Jacob), daughter of Jacob f. Mag, Moses, (Roth = to Jacob Baszyn? Roth contradicts himself, No way.) Wife of Benedict l’ Eveske, possibly not “our” Benedict L’Eveske (EJ i 240) whose wife was Sarra, or, first wife? Not clear even so.

Asher f. Licoricia Born 1243-alive in 1290 Son on David of Oxford, sometime called “Douceman” and “Sweteman” Stokes mistakenly believes Sweteman is a second son---does Asher become Sweteman of Winchester c.1287? Gets permission to sell house on La Boucherie in 1282. Imprisoned temporarily with brothers in Winchester Castle---Asher’s graffiti survives.

Avegaye f. Benedict of Winchester alive in 1290 (a conversi to London?) Expelled 1290 (or converted?)

Bassa Wife of Meir f. Isaac of Oxford, a.k.a. Meyr of Hunderford, possibly the same as Beloasset, wife of Meyr of Bruges (i.e., Bridgnorth, Shropshire).JUST 1/705

Bassina Mother of Elias/Elekin f. Bassina “Little Elias”. Lived opposite Guildhall. Comes from Northampton. Dead before 1285

Batekin grandson of Copin of Worcester, son of Bonefey f. Moses and Copin’s daughter. Brother of Copin of Oxford. Brother-in-law of Magister Moses.

Belaset I a.k.a. Beleasez Northampton Donum 1194 (Richard Coeur de Leon’s ransom) wife of Moses of Bristol a.k.a. Moses f. Isaac, the greatest woman financier of her age.Transaction of hers recorded 1176-7, 1195. Clients extend as far as Wiltshire, and as high up as Earl of Derby. Belaset sold houses to John Kepeharm in 1195. [A house on Kepeharm Lane--which? Cannot be Moses f. Isaac house that became City Hall.]Sons Isaac f. Moses and Simon f. Moses

Belaset II wife of Meir f. Isaac, outlawed for murder with husband in 1285, but exonerated later

Belaset of Somerton Implicated in 1290 in a complex forgery affair involving Isaac f. Issac de Pulet, Josce of Newbury, and John of Cricklade, centred on her house--in Summertown/ or Somerton, Oxon.? Isaac was exonerated. But what became of the others, particularly Belaset? Expelled 1290? (or converted?)

Belia (I) Wife of Lumbard of Cricklade, probably died before Lumbard (1277).

Belia (II) Daughter of Lumbard of Cricklade, married to Isaac le gendre Lumbard. (EJ ii 50, iii 158-9)

(Belia III and her son-in-law Vives, listed in Hungerford, 1244)

Benedictus le Puncteur of Oxford

Northampton Donum 1194 (Richard Coeur de Leon’s ransom) (sometimes identified as Berechiah ben Natronai Ha-Nakdan, the fablist and grammarian. Disputed. Berechiah’s uncle was Benjamin of Canterbury)

Benedict gen (son-in-law of) Mildegod, Married to Copin of Oxford’s unnamed daughter. Brother–in-law to Jacob Mildegod. Tallage assessor 1255, PR 1255 439

Benedict of Oxford* Called in 1220 to give judgement in half-quorum of Oxford Jews in London. (EJ i 34). Just “Benedict” could be other Benedict?

Benedict f. Bonami* Bristol Tallage 1210. Could be same Benedict of Oxford as above or Benjamin f. Benjamin, sometime Bonami=Benjamin

Benedict f. Benjamin* Bristol Tallage 1210. Aid to Marry for the King’s sister, Joan 1221 Could also be Benedict of Oxford above.

Benedict de Cauz, Wife Pya. Inquest on resources of Isaac of Calne 1277 (Snappe’s Form 286) Son-in-law of Samuel of Berkhamstead

Benedict f. Contasse of Oxford accused in 1272 along with Samuel f. Deulesaut of receiving stolen goods, but acquitted. (EJ i 280)

Benedict de la Cornere lived at corner of St. Aldates and Pembroke St. Had cellar. Expelled 1290

Benedict f. Jacob of Oxford brother of Antera and Moses of Northampton.

Benedict de Scola (a.k.a. Benedict L’Eveske?*) Acquisition of Swinebroke 1261-2 . (StJ Cart ii 39-43)

Benedict L’Eveske* Probably Benedict de Scola above. Son of Jacob L’Eveske. Wife is Antera (III)f. Jacob(?)[Check this out] [This makes no sense---his widow is Sarah, one of last remaining in 1290 in Fish Street. Either two Benedict L’Eveskes or Sarah is second wife though no record of this. In 1269 he is definitely married to Antera.(EJ i 240)See Antera III] On Josce Bundy jury of 12 Jews which convicted him in 1277 in London.

Benedict the Jew, 1204 suspected as complicit with one Stephen the Tailor in a series of murders of an unnamed wealthy Jew, and the Wychwood hermit and two boys. Roth identifies with Benedict f. Benjamin, more likely see Benjamin the Less below.

Benedict f. Josce Bristol Tallage 1210 RR 1220

Benedict f. Josce II Son of Josce f.Copin of Worcester. This would make him a grandson of Copin of Worcester. Can it be same person as above? How old would Josce be in 1210? Benedict sold property in Fish Street late, with brothers Jacob, Bonamy and Moses

Benedict the Less Fined a mark in 1203 for selling untaxed (kosher) wine. Pipe Rolls.

Benedict f. Moses Aid to Marry for the King’s sister, Joan 1221

Benedict of Warwick* Aid to Marry for the King’s sister, Joan 1221

Benedict of Winchester*, son of Licoricia and first husband, father of Avegaye and Vives f. Benedict (and Aaron?). On Josce Bundy inquiry 1277. Died 1279 He was noted to have had a great library—Roth JHSE Misc. ii, 67 (1949) p.7.

Benedict f.Abraham of Winchester* Possibly the father of Avegay, Vives and Aaron, above. The only medieval Jew admitted to a guild, Gild Merchants, see Roth Misc JHSE iv 1-8, ii 59

Benjamin f. Deudone Transaction in exchequer 1195

Benjamin of Oxford Died 1187. Worked with the great financier Jurnet of Norwich. Sons Benedict f. Benjamin, Josce f. Benjamin, Deulecresse f. Benjamin

Benjamin of Oxford II On Josce Bundy jury of 12 Jews which convicted him in 1277 in London.

Blaka, wife of Isaac f. Aaron of Worcester. Accused of complicity with husband and father in law of killing Robert, the porter of Oxford Castle c.1285. Seems to have been acquitted

Bona, wife of Diei of Wallingford, appears when her husband is killed in 1266 EJ I 130

Bonamy f. Bonamy son of Bonamy of Oxford below, therefore grandson of Copin of Worcester, brother of Jacob f. Bonamy. Born 1220s? Transaction recorded in 1270. A Deeds 64

Bonamy f. Josce son of Josce f. Copin of Worcester, sold property in Fish street, late, with brothers Jacob, Benedict and Moses. Nephew of Bonamy of Oxford below.

Bonamy of Oxford (f. Copin of Oxford) a.k.a Bonefie f. Copin Son of Copin of Worcester/Oxford. Aid to Marry for the King’s sister, Joan 1221, delegate to Parliament of Jews in Worcester 1241, sold house near synagogue to Vives of Gloucester in 1280. Sons Bonamy f. Bonamy, Master Jacob v. Bonamy EJi 107, Devons Issue of Exchequer 5-6, PR 1280 391

Bonami f. Vives Inquest of Meir f. Mag Meir’s property 1274 (EJ ii 175)

Bonevita Daughter of Copyn of Worcester?/Wife of Bonefey f. Moses Mother of Copin of Oxford, a.k.a Jacob f. Bonefey

Bonechose Fined 100 shillings in 1203 as ringleader in syndicate selling unregulated (kosher) wine. Pipe Rolls. Lost property in 1218 to Galfrid Luterell* Find

Bonefie f. Lumbard (a.k.a Bonefie of Cricklade) Lived next to Swindlestock Tavern, Tallage assessor 1255. On Josce Bundy inquiry 1277. Arrested for illegal hunting in 1290. CR 1290 87 Wealthiest Oxford Jew at time of expulsion. PR 1255, 439 Inquest into remaining Jewish property at expulsion and forging of Osney seal 1290. Expelled 1290

Bonefey (f. Abraham) born 1220s-30? Grandson of Copin, mother Joya. This is a mess. Roth has this man as Joya’s son and Joya’s husband, Sort out. See next two Bonefeys.

Bonefey of Oxford Northampton Donum 1194 (Richard Coeur de Leon’s ransom)

Son-in-law of Copin of Worcester. Father of Copin f. Bonefey, (a.k.a. Copin of Oxford, according to Roth) Aid to marry Joan 1221. Died 1238. Other sons, Batekin, Bonefey, and a daughter who married Mag. Moses.

Bonefey f. Bonefey grandson of Copin of Worcester, brother of Copin of Oxford and Batekin, brother-in-law of Magister Moses.

Bonefey f. Moses of Wallingford Forfeited his house on Kepeharme Lane in 1214. Probably same as Bonefey of Oxford above.Aid to Marry Joan 1221 Died in 1238

Bonenfaunt of Oxford a.k.a. Bonenfaunt le Chapeleyn. Accuses Christian clerk of fraud in 1266-7 is taken to court for libel, “loses” case, but is only charged 1/100th of the requested settlement. (SCKB 1939, cxxv, lxxviii) As B. le Chapeleyn was a member of inquest into remaining Jewish property at expulsion and forging of Osney seal 1290. Expelled 1290.

Bonevie of Oxford a.k.a. Bonevye of Oxford (a.k.a. Bonevie f. Vives) involved in complex lawsuit involving a borrowed horse and a mazer-wood bowl with a silver rim. (PEJ 63-4) BfV transaction 1277 (EJiii 226) There is a record of Bonevie of Oxford taking a coat of chain mail and a hauberk of heavy mail in pledge( EJi 284). On Josce Bundy inquiry 1277 (PEJ 95-6) Hanged in 1285(?) Rokeah, Roth, check for coin-clipping.

Bonevie of Bedford On Josce Bundy jury of 12 Jews which convicted him in 1277 in London. Is he same as Bonevie of Oxford above?

Chera I, daughter of Isaac of Oxford by his first marriage, sister of Joscepin. Minor(?) financier in own right, transaction recorded Pipe Rolls 1204

Chera II Wife/widow of Cresse f. mag Moses. Lived in Kepeharm Lane. Mother of Cok Hagin, Archpresbyter 1281-1290. Died last quarter of 13th century?

Comitissa I, wife of Josce of Oxford, lived late 12th, early 13th century.

Comitissa II, wife of Isaac de Pullet, lived mid-latish 13th century, and a financier in her own right 1275. (CR 1275 232-3, A.G. Little Greyfriars in Oxford 95) In 1274 accused with Hakin le Petit (her son Isaac?) and her husband of receiving stolen goods. Not prosecuted, but fined. (EJ ii 122)

Isaac de Pullet was hanged for coin-clipping in 1279 and her house on Bocardo Lane (St. Michael Street) was forfeited. What became of Comitissa? Did she convert?

Copin of Worcester paid Richard the Lionheart’s ransom in 1194.  Active in transactions 1204) paid aid to Marry for the King’s sister, Joan 1221.Copin swaps property with Canons of St. Frideswydes in 1228, sets up Synagogue. Died 1235. Sons Bonamy, Josce, Abraham (who predesceases Copin), Vives de Long, (Roth). Grandson is Copin of Oxford below.

Copin of Oxford a.k.a Jacob f. Bonefey son of Bonefey f. Moses, and unnamed daughter of Copin of Worcester, therefore grandson of Copin of Worcester. Accused in 1238 of coin-clipping but acquitted by Oxford jury of 12 Christian men with whom he had grown up in Oxford. (EJ i 88) Delegate to Parliament of Jews in Worcester 1241 along with his uncles Bonamy f. Copin of Worcester and Vives de Long. Died in 1252. (2nd?)Wife (widow) Mildegod(a) Sons Jacob f. Mildegod and a daughter who married Benedict.

Copyn f. Bonevita in Caversham, Oxon. 1275 (could THIS be Mildegod’s husband Copyn? She seems too young to be married to Copin above.)

Cresse f. mag. Moses, brother of Jacob f.mag. Moses, a.k.a. of Oxford). Acquisition of Swinebroke 1261-2 . StJ Cart ii 39-43 Dies 1269. Jacob sells former joint property in 1279

Cress f. Abraham Inquest on resources of Isaac of Calne 1277 (Snappe’s Form 286)

Damete (f. Morell/Samuel), woman financier, worked with Vives f. Benjamin of Oxford, EJ i 17

David of Oxford (a.k.a. of Lincoln, of London) 11xx- 1244, Bristol Tallage 1210. Aid to Marry for the King’s sister, Joan 1221, active throughout 20s,30s,40s- --targeted by Papal edict 1235, David made gift to King of £100 (later of horses, etc), who thereafter protected him from Papal interference. PR 1235 99, CR 1236 302 One of the main Jews conscripted to support king’s crossbowmen, to avoid Papal interdict.PR 1237 494, 1238 229 Delegate to Parliament of Jews in Worcester 1241. Died 1244 His death duty of 5000 marks was spent by Henry III largely on building Westminster Abbey PR 1236 478

Deacon and the Jewess (NOT Robert of Reading) 1222 He came from Coventry? According to?See Maitland

Deulecresse [f. Benjamin?] had property/buildings on St Frideswide land confiscated during Bristol Tallage and given to William son of Wido, nephew of the Bishop of Dublin. 1218 * Find. Duelecresse receives debt belonging to Benedict f. Deudone

Deulecresse f. Isaac Bristol Tallage 1210 RR 1220 Called in 1220 to give judgement in half-quorum of Oxford Jews in London. EJ i 34. Or Deulecresse above?

Deulecresse f. Moses (of Wallingford) a.k.a.Deus-eum-crescat 1160?-1180? Sometime in the 1180s he publicly ridiculed a St. Frideswide’s procession against his father’s protests. Hanged himself in his father’s kitchen later that night. His body was sent to London for burial*, and fell off the cart, breaking the corpse’s neck—“Frideswide’s revenge”. *Not necessarily proof that Jewish cemetery did not yet exist in Oxford---community might not have wanted first burial in it to be a suicide.

Deudone/Deodatus Financier. C.1200. Father of Milo f. Deudone and Benedict f. Deudone—owned property with Moses of Bristol—Cartulary of St, Frideswyde’s I, 197, 12, 14 209-210* Find.

Deulecresse of Oxford Aid to Marry Joan 1221. Could be any of the Deulecresses

Diaie of Winchester Bristol Tallage 1210 RR 1220

Diei of Wallingford murdered in 1266 EJ I 130

Elekin f. Bassina, a.k.a. Little Elias, lived opposite Town Hall on Fish Street. Executed 1285 (for coin clipping ?check)

Flora la Blunde, wife of Benedict of Winchester, mother of Avegaye ,(and Vives?) in Oxford and Aaron, Lumbard of Winchester, Cok, Belaset, and Abraham, elsewhere? (This does not tally with entry on Benedict of Winchester—check)

Floria La Vedue widow of Unuk Parvus (“Little Unuk”), lived on corner of Kepeharm Lane. Alive in 1290, may have become a Converso Expelled 1290 (or converted?)

Gamaliel of Oxford, ( a.k.a Gamaliel f. Meir) Very active character first in Oxford but more later in London. 1250, accused of coin-clipping, but exonerated.(CR 1250 418) Moved to London 1257 but remained “of Oxford” (CR 1257 129). Transaction 1266, (PR 1266, p 585, JHSE xiii, 304) £4 in Tallage of 1274. Died c. 1275.

Genta, wife of Isaac of Calne. Won court case in 1277 .

Hakelin brother of Isaac Fined 1 marc in 1203 for selling unregulated (kosher) wine. Pipe Rolls.

Haggai (formerly Robert of Reading) Dominican convert to Judaism 1275. NOT burned at the stake, no recorded punishment

Henna wife of Jacob of Oxford, Financier in her own right—transaction recorded Pipe Rolls 1203, when King John cancelled a large debt owed to her. 1278-9 Queen Eleanor of Castille confiscated everything belonging to Jacob at his death—including Henna’s dowry which was supposed to return to her. Henna appears to have been fairly ruined. In 1280 Henna was imprisoned over a silver pitcher but was bailed by two Oxford Jews (Adler JME 294). In 1290 the affair of the forged Osney Abbey deed, purported to be an old debt owed to Henna.(Wood Annals i 329, Osney iii 89-90)

Henna Imprisoned in London with her husband Simon in 1285. See Simon the Jew

Henry the Clerk, Jewish convert, assigned to Eynsham Abbey 1247

Huggaman a.k.a. Leone Hugeman Aid to Marry for the King’s sister, Joan 1221

Loeta of Hinksey (de Hynegeshey) Jewish convert, assigned to Godstow 1247

Isaac f. Aaron of Worcester accused with his father of slaying Robert le Porter (of Oxford Castle) in 1286 PR1286 221 went to trial, evidently acquitted. Also accused of trampling under his horse Juliana, daughter of Agnes of Blakham, who died 2 days later. Appears to have been acquitted of this as well(?) (JUST 1/710, m.52 dorse)(see Rokeah 143 Crime and Jews) Creditors pending 1290. Expelled 1290? Wife Blaka.

Isaac f. Benedict Possibly not from Oxford EJ i, p 2

Isaac of Berkhamstead On Josce Bundy jury of 12 Jews which convicted Bundy in 1277 in London.

Isaac de Calne (a.k.a ‘Caune’) protested against unfair assessment 1277. Won case. Receives £20 from Josce Bundy distribution 1277. Arrested for illegal hunting in 1290 with Bonevie of Cricklade. Wife Genta (Snapp’s Formular 286)

Isaac of Oxford (son of Moses of Oxford) Osney Cartulary 1186. Appears as “Belaset and her sons” in 1194 donum. Lived in house eventually torn down in 1228 for new town hall, but which was confiscated as part of huge Bristol tallage. Isaac also owned the house next door “The House with the Stone Chamber”.  A huge financier. Children by first (unnamed) wife were Joscepin, Chera and Moses f. Isaac. His second wife was Muriel/Mariam, widowed mother of his London partner Abraham f. Muriel. He died shortly after marriage, no later than 1203. Isaac was brother of Simon f. Moses, thus uncle of Magister Moses. Still alive in 1266??? PR 1266, p 585, JHSE xiii, 304

(Isaac, lived in Dorchester, Oxon 1277)

Isaac L’Eveske On Josce Bundy jury of 12 Jews which convicted Bundy in 1277 in London.

Isaac le Fraunceys in 1248 is excused his part of the tallage because of his friendship with the king’s half-brother, CR 1248 74 He petitioned to leave Oxford 1252 to go to Winchester, but returned 1253 CR 1252 60, PEJ 28. A.k.a. Isaac le Franceis—possibly a late immigrant from France, brother (?) Samuel le Franceis SPXJ 28

Isaac f. Helie (of Lincoln) a.k.a Isaac f. Elye (of Lincoln) Aid to Marry for the King’s sister, Joan 1221

Isaac f. Isaac-of Oxford, mainperns Meyr of Bridgnorth in 1273

Isaac f. Isaac de Pulet a.k.a. Hakin le Petit (Hakechon Pulet). Married to Rebecca. Part of inquest 1275 (David, Hebrew Deeds 370) Inquest on resources of Isaac of Calne 1277 (Snappe’s Form 286) Father executed in 1279 allegedly for coinclipping. In 1285 Isaac the Younger is accused of murdering Christian boy William le Prene outside St. Mary Magdalen. Was arrested and imprisoned in Kent, transferred to Oxford then sent to the Tower of London where he languished until he was expelled in 1290. He was implicated as having created forgeries of deeds while in the Tower, in a complex affair involving Josce of Newbury, John of Cricklade and Belaset of Somerton. He seemed to have been cleared.(PR 1290 402)

Isaac le gendre (son-in-law of ) Lumbard Married to Belia II. Imprisoned 1273 in Oxford, but mainperned by Samuel f. Deulecresse and Meyr of Bridgnorth and freed. (PEJ 95, EJ ii, 63, 103) On the Josce Bundy jury of 12 Jews which convicted Bundy in 1277 in London. Creditors pending 1290. Expelled 1290

Isaac f. Moses of Bristol, (Isaac of Oxford) see above Son of Belaset. Northampton Donum 1194 Does not make sense—would mean he was listed twice on Donum, as himself, and as son of Belaset. Investigate.

Isaac de Pullet Lived on Bocardo Lane (St. Michael’s St) Father of Issac f. Isaac de Pullet. Wife Comitissa. Apparently very successful businessman, judging on his tallages. Imprisoned 1252 for arrears, but was able to pay off transferring debts. (CR 1252 102) Recorded active in 1270 1274 accused with Hakin le Petit (his son Isaac) and Comitissa, of receiving stolen goods. Not prosecuted, but fined. (EJ ii 122) Executed (for coin-clipping, founded or unfounded) in 1279. Their house forfeited---what became of Comitissa? Converted?

Isaac f. Simon of Oxford grandson of Moses of Bristol/Oxford, nephew of Isaac of Oxford Wife (2nd?) Slema, widow of Isaac f. Abraham. Doesn’t really figure in Oxford as an adult as he lives mainly in London where he is known, confusingly, as Isaac of Oxford.

Isaac f. Salaman Creditors pending 1290. Expelled 1290

Isaac of York House was confiscated in 1218 and given to Galfrid Luterell*Find Also Philip Marc.

Jacob of Oxford imprisoned in 1219. (Stoke, studies 251) 

Jacob f. Abraham Debts pardoned 1266 (CR 1266, 203)

Jacob Baszyn a.k.a. Jacob of Exeter. Acquisition of Swinebroke 1261-2 . (StJ Cart ii 39-43) Merton Deed 1267 (StJ Cart ii 142)He was murdered in Oxford 1268 (CR 1268 p.434) Roth thinks possible father of Antera? Why? Isn’t Antera Jacob f.mag Moses’ daughter? (Look at trial with Queen to see if she is listed as heir of Jacob f.Mag Moses.)

Jacob f. Bonamy Acquisition of Swinebroke 1261-2. (StJ Cart ii 39-43) Son of Bonamy f. Copin of Worcester, grandson, obviously of Copin of Worcester. Master Jacob f. Bonamy.

Jacob f. Bonafey = Copin f. Bonefey son of Bonefey f. Abraham, is grandson of Joya and Abraham f. Copin of Worcester Grand-grandson of Copin of Worcester.

Jacob the Clerk see Jacob L’Eveske below.

Jacob Crespin Called in 1220 to give judgement in half-quorum of Oxford Jews in London. (EJ i 34).

Jacob L’Eveske (Cohen) a.k.a. Jacob de Oxonia (so often mixed up in records with Jacob f. mag. Moses) Son of Benedict L’Eveske and brother of Elias L’Eveske both of London. A.k.a. Jacob Le Clerk when he became one of the keepers of London Chirographic chest. Lived where Post Office on St Aldates is now, given to him by the king in 1246 (PR 1246 488, Ch.R 1247 327) Lost his other property in 1273 when he went to France without permission, leaving chirograph key with his son.(EJ 2, 107) Imprisoned in Tower of London 1275. Got into tallage arrears and his son, Benedict L’Eveske was held hostage until paid. Helped Lumbard of Cricklade in litigation in 1276 (EJ iii170) Died in 1279 One of many death-properties confiscated by Queen Eleanor of Castille, though his house on Fish Street went to his son Benedict L’Eveske. This property was still in the hands of Benedict’s widow Sarah at the expulsion.

Jacob f. Jacob, recorded active in 1270 in case involving William Clifford, Sheriff of Norfolk.

Jacob f. Josce Son of Josce f. Copin, grandson of Copin of Worcester

Jacob Mildegod Son (or grandson?) of Mildegoda Involved with inquest of Meir f. Mag Meir’s property 1274 (EJ ii 175)

Jacob f. Mag. Moses (a.k.a. Jacob of Oxford when doing business in London, and Jacob of London when doing business out of London) Grandson of Bonefey of Oxford (who died 1238) Wife is Henna. Father of Moses of Northampton, Benedict f. Jacob and Antera, wife of Benedict le Eveske. Bristol Tallage 1210 on RR 1220 , holder of chirograph chest key 1244, Acquisition of Swinebroke 1261-2 . (StJ Cart ii 39-43)Actions 1266. Jacob and his sons Moses and Benedict were out of town the day of the Incident of the Jews Cross in 1268 and were exempted from any repercussions.(CR 1268 553) Sold property in 1272. (EJ i 101) He increasingly struggled his large undertakings under more and more restrictions, and repeatedly came up against the Queen in life as in death. Was put in the Tower of London in 1275, for tallage arrears, though his son Benedict took his place. EJ ii, 258, CR 1275 180-3)His seal survives. Illustrated in Tovey’s Anglia Judaica. Died 1276-7. Heirs had HUGE death settlement court battle against Queen Eleanor of Castille. Jacob’s former student lodger Anthony Bek acted as theQueen’s lawyer.

Jacob of Norwich had house confiscated in 1218 given to John of Navarre.

Jacob (f. Samuel) of Oxford   Originally from Bristol. Active in transactions 1204 contributed to Joan’s Aid 1227 while in Bristol. Or is he Jacob f. (Samuel of Oxford)???and a resident of Bristol?. Very Wealthy.

Jacob f. Sam’ Noted 1276 (EJ iii 86)

Jacob le Scriptor

Jacob of Worcester Northampton Donum 1194 (Richard Coeur de Leon’s ransom)

Jacob of Wycombe Inquest into remaining Jewish property at expulsion and forging of Oseney seal 1290. Expelled 1290

Joiette (f. Lumbard of Marleborough) Wife of Solomon f. Lumbard of Cricklade She converted to Christianity (long before the explusion) and brought forth the legal question of what becomes of debts held by Jews who convert (they revert to the king, of course!).(PEF 43, EJ i, 131)

Joppin f. Isaac (probably Joscepin) Fined 1 marc in 1203 for selling unregulated (kosher?) wine. Pipe Rolls.

Josce f. Abraham (le Joesne) In tallage mix-up in 1276 with London Jew of similar name. EJ iii 134

Josce f. Benedict

Josce (f. Benedict) Bundy* Lived where the Plow/Austins Shop is now. Kicked out of one Jewish settlement after another. Imprisoned for arrears, extortion, trade in clipped silver, and apostacy in 1277. Disavowed by Jewish community for actively framing another innocent Jew (Vives le Chapeleyn), and for living a God-less life.

Josce of Colchester

Josce f. Copin (Jacob) a.k.a. Joceus f. Copin (son of Copin of Worcester, brother of Bonamy f. Copin of Worcester, and Vives de Long) Made deputy Archpresbyter in London in 1243 but retained interests in Oxford. Transaction in 1253 over house in The Shambles (Great Bayley Street) EJ i 118, 111 (Look for this house, Arthur the Butcher, Oseney Abbey 1253), Eji 55, 56 Took horse in pledge c. 1279* which was wrongly recovered by owner, who was turned in by his neighbours when it was recorded in the Hundred Rolls. Rot Hund. ii 36 (1279) Sons, Jacob(f. Josce), Benedict(f. Josce), Bonamy(f. Josce), and Moses(f.Josce).

Josce f. David of London Bristol Tallage 1210 RR 1220

Josce f. Deulecresse, petitioned to move to Bridgnorth 1267

Josce f. Jacob Inquest on resources of Isaac of Calne 1277 (Snappe’s Form 286)

Josce f. Moses On Josce Bundy jury of 12 Jews which convicted him in 1277 in London.

Josce of Newberry Creditors pending 1290. In jail (PR 1290 402)

Josce of Oxford (wife Comitissa) (son Meir) recorded in 1187, 1189,1203 son of great Benjamin of Oxford. Josce died before 1220. Exchequer of the Jews

Josce of Oxford II Charged in 1276 with carrying silver bullion and scissors and sent to the Tower of London. EJ iii 119, 124, 209 Must have got out, because on Josce Bundy jury of 12 Jews which convicted him in 1277 in London.

Joscepin “Little Josce” Isaac of Oxford’s son by first marriage, brother of Chera. Lived in Isaac of Oxford’s “House with the Stone Chamber” but lost it for arrears in 1215. Converted to Christianity (as “Alberic” or “Aubrey le Converse”) perhaps to get it back (failed) but soon after left for Northern France. Nephew of Moses f. Isaac. See also “Joppin f. Isaac”

Josce f. Salle On Josce Bundy jury of 12 Jews which convicted him in 1277 in London.

Joya widow of Abraham f. Copin, mother of Bonefey. c.1220-1260+ Paid off Abraham’s death fine 1249

Judalin “Little Jude” Bristol Tallage 1210

Leo of Oxford Called in 1220 to give judgement in half-quorum of Oxford Jews in London. EJ i 34.

(Leo In Burford, 1275)

Leo f. Bonenfaunt Bristol Tallage 1210 RR 1220 (same as Leo of Oxford?)

Leo f. Manser (of Nottingham? JHSE ii 100) Creditors pending 1290. Expelled 1290

Leone Hugeman a.k.a. Huggaman Aid to Marry for the King’s sister, Joan 1221

Licorice(ia) of Winchester, second wife of David of Oxford, PR 1266, p.585 Sons by first marriage Benedict and Isaac(Cockerel). Son with David, Asher f. Licorice (a.k.a. Douceman or Sweteman). She paid 5000 marks death-duty at David’s death in 1244. She returned to Winchester and was murdered with her Christian maidservant there in 1277 Adler JME 42, Stokes JHSE x193- 206

Lumbard of Cricklade, Moved to Oxford mid-13th century and lived in Moyse Hall, Beef Hall Lane, wife's name Belia. Children Belia, Bonefey of Cricklade, and Solomon(? Roth) or Simon of Cricklade(? Who is?). 1249 fined for chriographic chest irregularity (Rot Fin ii,66). 1250 accused of coinclipping, but exonerated AND compensated (!)(CR 1250 298). 1252 Imprisoned for lack of cash flow (CR 1252 106) and again in 1260 but allowed both times to call in debts. Merton Deed 1267. Active in 1270 in case involving William Clifford, Sheriff of Norfolk. (EJ i 266, Adler 222). 1273 mistaken for Lumbard of Bristol and fined 20 marks. Had to sell his house in 1273 but retained the right to reside in it until his death. Clobbered financially in the Barons War. 1276 won litigation with help of Christian townsperson (EJ iii 170-1).  Died 1277.

Manasser le Enveyse* Manasser “the Fat” a.k.a. Manser of Oxford?  Merton Deed 1267. StJ Cart ii 142. Same as below? Partner of Isaac de Pullet.

Manser f. Leo of Oxford a.k.a. Maunsell f. Leoninus 1285 in transaction with Isaac de Pullet (CR 1285 349-50) Creditors pending 1290. Expelled 1290

Manser f. Benjamin* gets writ to reside in Oxford in 1273 (a.k.a. Manser of Oxford, below?) EJ ii 50

Manser of Oxford* mainperns Meyr of Bridgnorth in 1273, On Josce Bundy jury of 12 Jews which convicted him in 1277 in London.

Margalicia widow of Vives of Gloucester (a.k.a Vives f. Bonenfaunt of Gloucester). Mother of Vives. Alive in 1290. Possible became a Converso Expelled 1290 (or converted?)

Martha the convert, wife of Richard, assigned to Abingdon Abbey 1247

Matilda of Oxford, convert, assigned to Oseney Abbey in 1247

Mauger f. Jacob le Scripter, sold house on Pennyfarthing Street in 1245

Magister Meir/Milo Believed to be the Rabbi of Oxford in first half of 13th century. Father of Gamaliel and Meir f. mag.Meir

Meir of Bridgnorth, a.k.a. Meyr of Bruges, petitioned to move to Bridgnorth, Shropshire in 1267 (mixed up with, or a.k.a.(?) Meyr f. Isaac of Oxford and Meir of Oxford, see below) Mainperned by Isaac le gendre Lumbard at Oxford Castle in 1273. (PEJ 95, EJ ii, 63, 103) On jury of 12 Jews which convicted Bundy in 1277 in London. Outlawed 1285 for murder of William Hachetot. Wife Belaset, also outlawed 1285. ( EJ ii 64, 101) but must have been exonerated. Member of inquest into remaining Jewish property at expulsion and forging of Oseney seal 1290. Expelled 1290

Meir of Cricklade, probably the ‘Meir of Oxford’ on tallage of 1274. Son of Bonefey f. Lumbard of Cricklade, and the last Oxford Jew able to be traced on the Continent after the expulsion. He is mentioned in a list of Jews in Paris in 1296 as “Mahy de Quiquelarde lenglais”. (Revue des Etudes Juives, i, 64)

*Thomas, Robert and William “of Cricklade” are three of the conversi in the London Domus Conversorum in 1308 (Adler JME 351) and most probably from this Jewish family, the only known one in Cricklade.

Meir f. Josce of Oxford a.k.a. Merin (mother Comitissa) Grandson of Benjamin of Oxford. Contributed to Aid to marry Joan in 1221, while in Norwich

Meir f. mag. Meir Brother of Gamaliel. Wife is Rose. Inquest of Meir f. Mag Meir’s property 1274 (EJ ii 175) Died in 1269-70

Meirot, brother-in-law of Josce Bundy. Received £10 from Bundy settlement 1277

Meir of Hungerford, sometimes partner of Lumbard of Cricklade, 1253 and 1265 (CR 1265 153) wife Bassa. A.k.a. Meir f. Isaac of Oxford. Died 1273. (confused(?) with Meyrocus de Bruges, Jew of Oxford (Bridgnorth, Shropshire), Accused of attacking William of Ascon(Hachetot) in Petty Jewry, Oxford, who died two days later.  (However, Rokeah finds debtor entries for both a Meyr of Hungerford AND Meyr of Bruges, which also appear to be two separate people, and thinks the duplicate accusation of Meyr of Hungerford/Bruges is possibly a scribal mistake. Meyr of Bruges is noted many time after 1273 right up to 1290.)   JUST 1/705, Rokeah 48

Melinus Fined 1 marc in 1203 for selling unregulated (kosher?) wine. Pipe Rolls.

Menasses in Domesday, disputed as whether a Jew, in rural Oxfordshire 1086

Master Milo, a.k.a. Master Meir Possible “Rabbi” of Oxford first half of 13th century (Roth 63). Father of Gamaliel and Meir f. Mag. Meir.

Mildegod(a) widow of Copin of Worcestor/Copin f. Bonefey_Financier in her own right. Took over Copin’s estate at his death in 1252 (CR 1252 287, see also Roth 62). Her house opposite St. Aldates church next to synagogue was willed by Copin to Hosp. of St. John in 1252 but Mildegod continued to rent it from them until 1290. Mother-in-law of Benedict gen Mildegode. Mother of Jacob Mildegod and her unnamed daughter, wife of above.. Very odd. Conflict---was Mildegod a young second wife of Copin? Did she die sometime around the 1270s? Why is she listed as the resident-owner of the house in 1290? Was it Jacob Mildegod who was living in the house in 1290, not Mildegod herself? Look into the Rolls on this. Mildegod(a)’s seal survives. Illustrated in Cart. Of St. John, iii, facing page 434. A pheasant (or peacock) with reptile (scorpion) in his mouth.MILDEGODE IVD.

(Milo recorded in Banbury, 1220)

Milo f. Bonefey of Cricklade Grandson of Lumbard of Cricklade, expelled 1290

Milo f. Deudone Property confiscated 1216. Lived just below Kepeharm (Pembroke Street) on Fish street. A second property which Milo held with Simon of Oxford in St. Martin’s parish was also confiscated by King John as part of the Bristol tallage.

Mirabilis woman financier, active 1235 CR 1235 103

Moses of Aylesbury (later of Hereford) Bristol Tallage 1210 Receipt roll 1220

Moses Babelard Pledged for Lumbard of Cricklade in 1266-7 case. From Oxford?

Moses ‘de Barbun’ (also recorded in Banbury 1242) Participated in Muriel’s 1242 appeal to Northern France Beth Din against David’s divorce petition, along with her Lincoln relatives.

Moses f. Bonefey, son-in-law of Isaac of Oxford, a.k.a. Moses de Oxon, moves from Worcester to Oxford in 1275 EJ ii 277

Moses of Bristol a.k.a. Moses of Oxford wife Belaset, transactions 1176-7, 1182 he died sometime before 1186 Belaset sold his houses to John Kepeharm in 1195 Sons Isaac f. Moses and Simeon f. Moses. “Magister Moses” was his grandson. (Jacob and Cresse ff.mag. Moses were great-grandsons) Died 1186   Built Moyses Hall. See Lumbard of Cricklade.

Magister Moses a.k.a. Mag, Moses f. Simon, also Mag.Moses of Oxford/London. Grandson of Moses of Bristol/Oxford. Born in the house torn down for Guild Hall . First wife unnamed daughter of Bonefey of Oxford. Brother-in-law of Copin of Oxford. 1238 inherits part of Bonefey of Oxford property. (rot Fin I 1238 315, PP.R 1241-2 54, 58)Second wife Antera (I) f. Jacob. Died 1268. Owned Moyses Hall (Salter) Oxford resident sons, Cresse, Vives and Jacob ff. Mag. Moses (Jacob of Oxford), other sons Mag. Elias of London, Mag. Benedict of Lincoln, Hagin of Lincoln (Archpresbyter 1257-80). Mag. Moses was Oxford born and maintained a residence there (as well as London), but it was his son Jacob who had most impact in Oxford itself. This family of physicians/scholars/businessmen were the “Rothschilds” of their day [Roth].

Moses f. Diaie Lived opposite Guild Hall or lower Guildhall, delegate to Parliament of Jews 1241, probably a.k.a. Mosey Parnas, bailivus judeorum in 1267,see below. Could he be Bassina’s husband, Elekin’s father? Check this out.

Moses f. Isaac Lived in house which later was torn down for Town Hall. Died c.1215

Moses f. Isaac (f. Simon of Oxford)

Moses f. Josce son of Josce f. Copin of Worcester, sold property in Fish street late with brothers Jacob, Benedict and Bonamy. Nephew of Bonamy of Oxford

Moses of Northampton a.k.a. Moses f. Jacob of Oxford. Grandson of Mag. Moses, son of Jacob of Oxford. Fined/imprisoned for relocating to Oxford without permission 1273 (EJ ii 27). Relocated to Northampton 1279 after the queen confiscated the family inheritance. Expelled from Northampton 1290

Moses “of Oxford” II active circa 1250s, Wife Ciclaton, daughter of Joscepin of Bristol. a.k.a. Oxlaton (Cal Geneal 1252-3, 51, Rot Fin ii 110,PR 1251 104, Cal Inq Misc i, 60)

Mosey Parnas, bailivus judeorum in 1267. See Moses f. Diaie above. Merton Deed 1267 . StJ Cart ii 142

Moses f. Simon (of Oxford) II, Fined 20p for conducting business transaction outside of the Chirograph chest in 1208 Close Rolls. Had (unknown) property confiscated by John during Bristol Tallage and was given to Henry Abbot, the king’s clerk. [Find this] Lived just north of Dominican Area Praedictorum on Fish Street. Died? 1256

Moses of Stamford Inquest into remaining Jewish property at expulsion and forging of Osney seal 1290. Expelled 129

(Moses of Wallingford Died c. 1189)

Moses of Wisbech Bristol Tallage 1210 RR 1220

Moses of Worcester Inquest on resources of Isaac of Calne 1277 (Snappe’s Form 286)

Mot(t)a The Jewess of Oxford, hanged at London (when? 1285 Eyre—ask Zefira)JUST 1/170, m.58

Mott The widow of Bonefey f. Moses of Wallingford, mentioned by Roth pg.92--- CR 1248,p76? Same as above? 1248/1285?

Muriel, wife of David of Oxford, 11xx-1245 a.k.a. Mariam. Possibly from the Lincoln family of Peytevin the Great. Involved with some of David’s transactions during marriage. 1242 appealed (to Northern France Beth Din) against David’s divorce petition—who upheld her, as did the English Beth Din presided by Jacob of Oxford and two other rabbis. David appealed to Henry III to override. CR 1242 464, also JQR v 158-65. Lived after divorce, on Vine Hall Lane in Ape Hall at least until 1253.    Oxford CR 1253 455

Philip and his wife, converts, assigned to Eynsham Abbey 1247

Pucella woman financier, active 1235 CR 1235 p 103

Pya, wife/widow of Benedict de Cauz. Daughter of Samuel of Berkhamstead? Lived midway on Fish Street. Alive in 1290, possibly became a Converso Expelled 1290 (or converted?)

Rebecca Wife of Isaac f. Issac de Pullet. 1285 accused of egging her husband on in killing of Christian child. She does not appear to have been imprisoned with husband, but what would have happened to her—did she convert? She does not appear on any roster of expulsion in 1290.

Regina woman financier, transactions recorded 1182

Reyne Alive in 1290. Lived centre of Fish Street. Might have become a converso.

Richard the convert, assigned to St. Frideswyde’s 1247

Richard and Martha, his wife, converts, assigned to Abingdon Abbey 1247

Robert of Reading (a.k.a Haggai) Dominican convert to Judaism 1275, see Florence of Worcester’s Chronicle, Thorpe, pp 214-16

Rose I, Wife of Meir f. mag. Meir, or Meir f. mag. Milo Inquest of Meir f. Mag Meir’s property 1274 (EJ ii 175)

Rose II, wife of Solomon f. Josce saved her husband from Oxford prison in 1273 on a charge of coinclipping. EJ ii 12,13, A widow (Le Veuve) 1290. Possibly converted or expelled 1290

Sadekin of Winchester. Arrested for illegal hunting with Bonvie of Cricklade in 1290. An Oxford resident?

Samuel le Fraunceys, delegate to Parliament of Jews in Worcester 1241, a.k.a. Samuel le Franceis, brother(?) of Isaac le Fraunceys(?)

Samuel of Oxford late 12th century, father of Jacob f. Samuel (Bristol) Involved in a lawsuit 1199

Samuel of Berkhamstead Lived midway on Fish Street, father of Pya? Expelled 1290

Samuel Deulecress mainperned Isaac le gendre Lumbard in Oxford Castle in 1273 (PEJ 95, EJ ii, 63, 103)

Samuel f. Deulesaut (of Stamford) imprisoned 1252 in Oxford for tallage discrepancies with community in Stamford, CR 1252 66-7, in 1272 accused in Oxford with Benedict f. Contasse of receiving stolen goods, but acquitted. EJ i 280

Samson of Canterbury Bristol Tallage 1210 RR 1220

Samson f. Sam(son?)    Arrested 1277 for impersonating a Franciscan Friar and preaching contemptuous versions of Christianity.  Sentenced to walk up and down the streets of Oxford, London, Northampton, Lincoln and Canterbury naked, with entrails of calf in his hands and calf around neck…but Sheriff of Nottingham accidently let him go.EJ iii 311

Sarah F. Benedict Bristol Tallage 1210 RR 1220 Not same as Sarra sister of Mulin.

Sarra, wife/widow of Benedict L’Eveske Lived midway on Fish Street, Alive in 1290, may have become Converso. Expelled 1290 (or converted?) Creditors pending 1290 (as “Sarah pf Oxford?”) Roth thinks in London—one of the definite 4 Oxford Conversi?

Sarra, sister of Mulin Bristol Tallage 1210 Aid to Marry for the King’s sister, Joan 1221 Not Sarah F. Benedict, or would mean double billing on Bristol Tallage

Simon of Hautworth, a.k.a. Simon of Cricklade? Arrested for illegal hunting with Bonevie of Cricklade in 1290. Oxford resident/orbit? Expelled 1290

Simon de la Haye member of inquest into remaining Jewish property at expulsion and forging of Oseney seal 1290. Expelled 1290

Simon f. Moses of Oxford* A.k.a. Simon of Oxford.  Traded with his mother Belaset 1186 and brother Isaac. Oseney Cartulary, [or perhaps was Moses of Oxford’s son a.k.a. Yom-Tob who was a scholar and fades out of the secular records. Roth thinks so.Nah.] Appears as “Belaset and her sons” in 1194 donum. Partner at times with brother and Benjamin of Oxford, held largest single debt in medieval England--£1000 from Henry D’Oilly recorded in Pipe Roll 1208—which didn’t serve Simon in the end, as King John intervened in this and another large transaction, on some excuse cheating both Simon and the D’Oilly and earning him enmity in both quarters. Simon also had several properties confiscated by John in the wake of the Bristol tallage.

Simon the Jew Noted as living in house later given to Domus Conversorum in 1262 and 1272, possibly until 1285 when he was imprisoned in London (with his wife Henna?)

Slema wife of Mag.Isaac (f. Simon) grandson of Moses of Bristol and Belasett

(Solomon Episcopus, lived in Dorchester 1241-1250)

Solomon f. Josce Jailed in 1273 for coinclipping, wife Rose petitioned to get him out for 2 bezants.

Solomon f. Lumbard of Cricklade Wife Joiette f. Lumbard of Marleborough, who converted to Christianity (long before explusion). Worked with his father and on his own. Disappears early 1260s. (PEJ 43, EJ i, 131)

Thomas of Oxford, Jewish convert, assigned in 1247 to Bury St. Edmunds Abbey

Unuk Parvis, Lived on corner of Kepeharme Lane, died before 1290

(Vives in Banbury, 1241...same as Vives of Burford below?)

Vives f. Benedict of Winchester brother of Avegay

Vives f. Benjamin of Oxford, worked with female financier Damete f. Morell/Samuel EJ i 17 Aid to Marry Joan 1221

Vives in Burford, 1244 Same as Vives in Banbury? Inquest of Meir f. Mag Meir’s property 1274 (EJ ii 175

Vives le Chanteur Possibly the same as Vives le Chapeleyn--- 1266-7 pledged to back up Lumbard of Cricklade fine.

Vives le Chapeleyn Synagogue reader who lived in the synagogue building during later 13th century 1266-1290 Possibly same as Vives le Chanteur. Inquest into remaining Jewish property at expulsion and forging of Oseney seal 1290. Expelled 1290 (or converted? Very doubtful)

Vives of Gloucester (a.k.a Vives f. Bonenfaunt of Gloucester) Wife Margalica, son, Vives. Inquest of Meir f. Mag Meir’s property 1274 (EJ ii 175) Bought house on corner of Jewry Lane in 1280 from Bonamy f. Jacob/Copin? Died in or shortly before 1290? Rot. Fin. ii 87 But had outstanding creditors in 1290.

Vives de Long, a.k.a. Vives f. Copin in business with father by 1227, delegate parliament of Jews, Worcester 1241, Holder of Chirograph chest key 1244. In trouble 1273 for taking book into pledge. (EJ ii 52,102) Inquest of Meir f. Mag Meir’s property 1274 (EJ ii 175) Son of Copin of Worcester, brother of Bonamy of Oxford, Josce f. Copin and Abraham (f. Copin) (EJi 101), (Magdalen Mun.124) Uncle of Benedict/Jacob/Bonamy/and Moses f. Josce. Lived on the corner of Sleyne Lane and Fish Street (cr. Brewery St./St. Aldate’s). Hanged for coin clipping 1279(?) house escheats in 1282.

Vives f. mag. Moses brother of Jacob of Oxford and Cresse f. mag. Moses. Married to Antera II. Died 1284

Vives le Petit a.k.a. Vives Parvus and Vives f. Bonefey Son of Bonefey of Oxford, and nephew of Copin of Oxford. Inquest of Meir f. Mag Meir’s property 1274 (EJ ii 175) Was on Josce Bundy jury of 12 Jews which convicted Bundy in 1277 in London. Expelled 1290

Vives f. Vives of Gloucester Inquest on resources of Isaac of Calne 1277 (Snappe’s Form 286)

Vivo Had property confiscated in 1218 that went to John of Navarre * Find. Frideswide’s cartulary.

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