ca. 1244 C.E.

Statutum de Iudaismo, issued by King Henry III of England [England] [Provisional]“The justices appointed for the protection of the Jews are ordered, as soon as they read this letter, to cause to be proclaimed throughout all the counties of England where there may be Jews that if a Jewess, the wife of any Jew, or their children, fly, or take to flight, or in any way skulk from the village where they were on the festival of St. Andrew, in the twenty-ninth year of that reign, up to the year following: so that if they did not promptly appear, at the summons of the king, or of his bailiffs, in the bailiwicks in which they dwelt, that the husband of that Jewess, and even the Jewess herself, and all their children, shall be presently outlawed; and all their lands, revenues, and all their chattels, shall come into the hands of the king, and be sold, for the assistance of the king, and for the future, they shall not return into the kingdom of England, without the king’s special orders.”
Close rolls of the reign of Henry III preserved in the Public Record Office, London : H. M. Stationery Office, 1902-1938, Vol. 5 (1242-47), p. 275, Accessed online; Researched by Dominik Jacobs 5/1/2016