Jun. 18, 1273

Expulsion of Jews from Winchelese, reign of Edward I [England]: “To the barons and bailiffs of Winchelese. Order to cause the Jews who have recently entered that town and who dwell there to be removed thence without delay, without any damage to their bodies or goods, as according to the custom of the king’s Jewry Jews ought not dwell in any cities boroughs or towns except those wherein they were wont to dwell of old time, and the king understands that certain Jews have entered Winchelese and dwell therein, in which no Jew was wont to dwell in past times.”
Calendar of the Close Rolls: Edward I, A.D. 1272-1279, Archive.gov, page 50