From page 542, The Parochial and family history of the deanery of Trigg Manor, in the county of Cornwall. Vol II. Sir John Maclean, 1876. Maclean, Page 540 to 553: Parish of Mabyn: Hamely alias Hamley, including family tree. Available Online through https://archive.org.
In 1309 Osbert Hamley was defendant with others in a suit of novel disseizin at the instance of William le Poer of Trengothel of a tenement in Trewheran; 2 and he is again twice mentioned in the following year. 3
2 Assize Rolls, Cornwall, 30th Edward I, 2 } 1. m. 16d
3 Ibid, 4th Edward II, 2} 2. M. 10.
These notation appear in the footnotes. I understand that 30th Edward 1 means 30 year since Edward I reigned so about 1302 but what does the rest of it mean? Can anyone you help?