Robert PASFIELD 
Demise for 500 years
William White late of Lamarsh, yeoman, to Robert Pasfield of Wethersfield, yeoman.
Land (6 acres.) in Alphamstone adjoining highway to Lamarssh [field- names]
14 Mar 1665/6
Ref: 38. ERO D/DC 41/1 (F.King)
Presentments of William Kelsey and Thomas Hart since the last Sessions.
4 November John Ayer of Black Notley, William Hunt of Great Braxted, William Auger of Stebbing, John Burd of "Chicknell" [Chignal St. James or Chignal Smealy], Nathaniel Godseffe of Roxwell, Thomas Coleman of Willingale Doe, for selling ewe mutton in Chelmsford market "not bringing the burden contrary to ye statute."
16 November Nathaniel Plumsted of Stebbing baker, for a 1d. white loaf wanting 4 oz., James Stokes, for selling meal without licence, Marke Warrin, for his quarter pot wanting the third part, Robert Barnes baker for a 1d. white loaf wanting 3oz., Sarah Bulls, for the like, all of Great Dunmow.
20 November "Josua" Aylard of Great "Asen" [Easton], for his "poynt" pot wanting half a quarter, Matthew. Day of Newport grocer, for a 4 1b. weight wanting 11/2 oz., Aylard [as above], for his quarter pot wanting the third part, Matthew Wood and John Stuward, both of Newport, for the like, Thomas Rust of Dedben baker, for his 1d. white bread wanting 31/2 oz. in a 1d. loaf, John Hounsdon of Great Chesterford grocer, for his quarter pot wanting the third part, John Gyver of the same, for the like.
12 November Robert Pasfield of Great Bardfield baker, for 1d. loaf wanting 4 oz.
10 November Jeremy Skinley of Bradwell-next-the-Sea, for a dish of butter wanting 3 oz.
Added at foot: William Kelsey, Thomas Harte sworn in court.
Ref: 51. ERO Q/SR 453/17 (F.King)
Indictment of John Glasscock of Finchingfield blacksmith, from 4 October to the date hereof viz. 9 January exercised the occupation of a baker there without being apprenticed thereto for 7 years. Witness: Robert Pasfeild
9 Jan 1699
Ref: 63. ERO Q/SR 503/80 (F.King)
Indictment of Robert Pasfeild of Bardfield labourer kept a common alehouse there without licence.
27 Mar 1694
Ref 65. ERO Q/SR 480/74 (F.King)