This Day in History: 1322-03-30

On 30th March 1322, the Calendar of the Fine Rolls (Edward II) noted: ‘The like of Richard de Mosley, parson of the church of Friston, as receiver of the issues of the castle and honour of Pontefract and all castles and lands late of Thomas, late earl of Lancaster, and other the king’s enemies and rebels and others in the county of York on this side the water of Use. in the king’s hand, except the castle of Skipton in Craven, late of Roger de Clifford.’