ca. 1287

King Edward I [England] [Unconfirmed]

Commentary from other sources:
1) “When King Henry III died in 1272, King Edward I ascended the throne and faced increasing pressure from indebted aristocrats to end Jewish money-lending. In 1287, he ordered England’s Jews to pay an enormous tax of 20,000 marks to the crown. In Winchester, the entire Jewish community was imprisoned in Winchester Castle until the onerous tax was raised.”
Dr. Yvette Alt Miller, “The Most Famous Jewish Woman in Medieval England,”