Mar. 22, 1190

A Charter by which many liberties are granted and confirmed to the Jews. Granted by Richard I, King of England [England]: “III.—And if any of the aforesaid Jews shall die let not his body be kept above ground, but let his heir have his money and his debts so that he be not disturbed if he has an heir who can answer for him and do right about his debts and his forfeits, and let the aforesaid Jews receive and buy at any time whatever is brought them except things of the church and bloodstained garments.”
The Jews of Angevin England: Documents and Records from Latin and Hebrew Sources, Printed and Manuscripts. Jacobs, Joseph. London: D. Nutt, 1893 (p. 135). Accessed online; Researched by Dominik Jacobs 5/19/2016