On 06 Nov 1402 at Westminster. To the keepers, farmers or receivers for the time being of Rockingham Castle and of the stewardship of the forest and hundred between the bridges of Oxford and Stamford. Order to pay Michael Pole 3rd Earl Suffolk (8) 47l 13s 4d a year during the life of Isabella Beauchamp 2nd Countess Suffolk, and the arrears since the date hereinafter mentioned; as the late King granted that yearly sum of the farm of 120 marks a year of the issues and profits of the said castle and stewardship during the life of the said Isabella Beauchamp 2nd Countess Suffolk to (the late) Michael Pole 2nd Earl Suffolk (41) and to his heirs; and at the petition of the now earl Michael Pole 3rd Earl Suffolk (8) , being the son of the late earl, by letters patent of 05 December 1 Henry IV the King granted the same to him and his heirs from Easter then last during the life of the said Isabella Beauchamp 2nd Countess Suffolk. Er erat patens.
To the mayor and bailiffs of the City of Winchester for the time being. Like order, mutatis mutandis, for payment of 29l a year of the fee farm of that city. Et erat patens. [Henry VI 1402-1405]
After 1419. Monument to Michael Pole 2nd Earl Suffolk and Katherine Stafford. Early Plate Period (Bascinet) Period. He died during the Siege of Harfleur. His eldest son Michael Pole 3rd Earl Suffolk died a month later at the Battle of Agincourt. [Monument to Michael Pole 2nd Earl Suffolk 1361-1415 and Katherine Stafford 1376-1419]