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Year Cal_Date Regnal_Year Parties Subject Matter Roll/Case_No.
1557 23 Jan 3 & 4 P & M John Style of Nether Winchendon, Bucks, yeoman v Thomas Rede. Tenement and 2 pieces of customary land in Nether Winchendon, Bucks. Dismission. C78/11, no. 19 [2]
1557 25 Jan 3 & 4 P & M Thomas Coriton and William Coriton, sons of Peter Coriton of West Newton, Cornwall decd v Richard Coriton; Walter Code; John Trevelyan; Robert ..... Legacies of £100 each from will of Peter Coriton of East Newton, Corn, dec. C78/11, no. 1 [3]
1557 25 Jan 3 & 4 P & M Leonard Rycheman, cousin & next heir to Richard Rycheman late of Stradbroke, Suffolk decd v William Rycheman. Several parcels of land and a rent of 16s in Stradbroke, Suff. Dismission C78/11, no. 20 [4]
1557 3 Feb 3 & 4 P & M Thomas Dale v John Wybunbury. Manor of Brynshall in Swettenham, Wybunbury and Nantwich, Ches. Dismission. C78/14, no. 6 [5]
1557 4 Feb 3 & 4 P & M Ralph, Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield v Richard Slacke, clerk. Parsonage and advowson of Belgrave, Leics. C78/11, no. 37 [6]
1557 4 Feb 3 & 4 P & M William Fyssher and Margaret his wife; Nicholas Browne and Alice his wife v Thomas Heryngman and Elizabeth his wife. Three messuages and land in Croydon, Surrey, already subject of a Star Chamber decree in Nov. 31 Henry VIII and a Chancery decree in Feb. 32 Henry VIII. Also brought in King's Bench. Dismission. C78/14, no. 5 [7]
1557 6 Feb 3 & 4 P & M Henry Planckeney v Robert Heathe and Edmund Asshefield. Lease of the manor or farm of Swyncombe, with stock of 600 sheep, in Oxon. Cf. 7 no. 60. C78/10, no. 50 [8]
1557 8 Feb 3 & 4 P & M Thomas Marten, LL.D, a Master in Chancery and wife Mary, wid. of William Dawkes of London, mercer v Richard Blaston and Richard Dawkes, executors of William Dawkes. Debts arising from legacies in will of William Dawkes. C78/14, no. 1 [9]
1557 8 Feb 3 & 4 P & M Richard Gittyns and William Hawkyns, churchwardens of Stone, Staffs v William Crompton of London, merchant Ownership of church or chapel at Stone, Staffs: whether church was part of the property of suppressed Stone priory. C78/14, no. 4 [10]
1557 15 Feb 3 & 4 P & M Anthony Russhe and wife Elinor, wid. of John Wyseman of Thornham, Suff v Henry Chyttyng. Debts claimed by executrix of John Wyseman from defendant, his partner in a mortgage given to Edward Chamberlayne, esq. on the security of ex-chantry lands in Bucks. Records an arbitration. C78/14, no. 15 [11]
1557 11 Feb 3 & 4 P & M Richard Whalley, esq. v William Succliff and Henry Acroyde. Erringden Park, Yorks. Dismission. C78/14, no. 7 [12]
1557 17 Feb 3 & 4 P & M Thomas Fallowes; William Aldersey; William Hamnett; Richard Dutton; Thomas Burges v Thomas Holme and Hugh Holme. Certain obligations binding plaintiffs to pay defendants from earlier Chancery case over debts of Fallowes. Chancellor had previously appointed a commission of Londoners headed by Sir John Gresham to arbitrate between Fallowes and Thomas Holme. Cf. no. 11. C78/10, no. 36 [13]
1557 1 May 3 & 4 P & M William Wingfield of Upchurch, Kent, yeoman v Gilbert Fremlynge; Margaret West, widow; Godfrey Boswell; Ralph Johnson Lease of the manor of Gare alias Gore [in Upchurch] Kent. Dismission. C78/11, no. 30 [14]
1557 6 May 3 & 4 P & M Mary Vernon, wid. of George Vernon decd v Thomas Flynt; Margaret his wife; Katherine Poole, daughters of Humphrey Vernon decd Manors of Westbury, Whitley and Whelbache, Salop. Cf. 13 no. 51. Dismission. C78/10, no. 62 [15]
1557 6 May 3 & 4 P & M Thomas Grove and wife Joan, William Wyche & Agnes his wife, and Katherine Harryson v William Mawdesleye. Messuage and parcel of land in Langley Marish, Bucks. Dismission. C78/10, no. 67 [16]
1557 6 May 3 & 4 P & M Thomas Spylman, esq. v. Johan Derlynge Messuage and 400 acres of land in Chart next Sutton, Marden, Staplehurst, Boughton Monchelsea, Kent, originally owned by John Mascall, dec. Concerns inheritance of half-brothers. Dismission. C78/14, no. 13 [17]
1557 8 May 3 & 4 P & M John Aldhous alias Goddard of Westleton, Suffolk v Robert Aldhous of Stradbroke, Suff. Tenement in Stradbroke, Suff. Defendant introduced a sentence from the Court of Arches against the validity of will produced by plaintiff. C78/10, no. 66 [18]
1557 10 May 3 & 4 P & M John Wythe & Joan his wife, William Poode & Joan his wife, and Elizabeth Blosse, widow v Robert Wyngfeld. Two messuages and lands in Tattingstone, Holbrook and Sutton, Suff. Dismission. Latin. C78/11, no. 45 [19]
1557 13 May 3 & 4 P & M Roger Yoroth v Richard ap Jenkyn. Two tenements and 160 acres of land in Llangoven and Pen y clawdd, Monm. Dismission. C78/11, no. 46 [20]
1557 15 May 3 & 4 P & M William Meadowes v Simon Weldon. Messuage and copyhold land in manor of Brailes, Warw. C78/10, no. 42 [21]
1557 16 May 3 & 4 P & M John Warde and William Robinson v John Weste; Richard Warlowe; John Baylye Lease of the manor of Puttenhoo in Goldington, Beds. C78/11, no. 31 [22]
1557 17 May 3 & 4 P & M Pastowe Jane v William Molton. Contested purchases of certain parcels within Sir High Pollard's manor of 'Vaterhome', Devon, by tenants from owner. Cf. 14 no. 62. C78/10, no. 60 [23]
1557 17 May 3 & 4 P & M John More of London, shoemaker v William Baker alias ap Rice. Tenement and bakehouse in St Martin's Hereford. C78/10, no. 61 [24]
1557 17 May 3 & 4 P & M Andrew Maryshe v William Edwards. Rights to certain copyhold lands in Bishop's Nympton, Devon. Involves a forged obligation. C78/11, no. 23 [25]
1557 17 May 3 & 4 P & M Henry Colyford v John Gye; Christian his wife and Thomas Gye. Lease of Poxwell Farm in Poxwell, Dors, and non-payment of rent. C78/11, no. 24 [26]
1557 17 May 3 & 4 P & M Joan Bartlett, wid. and Thomas Hurteland v Richard Momperson and Thomas Hodges. Remainder of a lease for 3 lives of lands in ‘Andersfelde' and Lextrorth in Enmore, Som. C78/11, no. 25 [27]
1557 18 May 3 & 4 P & M John Cowper v Christopher Planckney; Nicholas Butler and others (not named). Copyhold lands in manor of Upton, Berks. C78/11, no. 29 [28]
1557 18 May 3 & 4 P & M William Hunt alias Thompson, servant of the late Duke of Somerset v Thomas Bocher. Reversion of customary holding in manor of Ramsbury, Wilts. C78/11, no. 38 [29]
1557 20 May 3 & 4 P & M Sir Matthew Browne v Roger Comber; Thomas Mascall; Thomas Amylton; Stephen Borde Messuage and several parcels of land, [parish, county not stated]. Dismission. C78/10, no. 44 [30]
1557 21 May 3 & 4 P & M Christopher Wroo and wife Alice v Robert Wood and Robert Backhouse & Margaret his wife. Parcel of land in Aylsham, Norf, held by copy of court roll of manor of 'Sextyns', owned by Robert Wood. C78/10, no. 64 [31]
1557 21 May 3 & 4 P & M George Sharpe, clerk, vicar of Wandsworth, Surrey v Miles Knaresbrowe, farmer of the parsonage. Tithe corn from certain fields in Wandsworth, Surrey. Dismission C78/11, no. 21 [32]
1557 22 May 3 & 4 P & M Richard Ferne v Thomas Broke, gent. Lease of the manor of Kensington, Midd, owned by Countess of Oxford, and whether certain parcels are part of the manor. C78/14, no. 14 [33]
1557 24 May 3 & 4 P & M Thomas Salwaye v Francis Bedell and John Leveson, gents. Messuage, water mill and 340 acres of land in Cannock, and 2 messuages and 104 acres of land in Smallrice and other parcels in Staffs. Dismission. C78/10, no. 63 [34]
1557 24 May 3 & 4 P & M Thomas Smythe; Thomas Kent; Richard Goehelpe; Martin Hall; Thomas Tettelowe; Roger Okeden; Henry Hall; Nicholas Hall; James Blore; John Tettelowe; William Gatclyff; Nicholas Hall; Thomas Smyth the elder; William Ratclyff; Thomas Alcock; Richard Blore; Hugh Cowper; Ralph Smythe; Richard Grundy; Richard Blont; James Hall, tenants & inhabitants of Waterfall, Staffs; Humphrey Golde; Humphrey Coke; William Mylward; John Buxtons; Richard Belfyld; Humphrey Grundye; Richard Felthowse; Robert Coopstake; Humphrey Basford; John Merycock; John Lacye; John Basford; John Taylor; Thomas Chadweke; John Sont; Thomas Smyth; John Smythe; John Walbanck; Ralph Smythe; William Smythe; Richard Walbanck; William Basford; Elyn Golde; William Ratclyff; Richard Buxtons, tenants & inhabitants of Greyndon, Staffs v Sir Edward Aston. Common pasture rights on Mordage Moor in Bradnop, Staffs., late property of Hilton Abbey. Dismission. C78/11, no. 22 [35]
1557 24 May 3 & 4 P & M Thomas Wales, Richard Pollen & Alice his wife, and Thomas Hawkyns & Elizabeth his wife v Thomas Braye. Two messuages and 150 acres of land in 'Caverendon’ alias 'Cavendon' [Caddington] Beds, and Herts C78/11, no. 44 [36]
1557 25 May 3 & 4 P & M Ralph Turner v Roger Father. Manor of Colmarr in Astley Abbots, Salop. Dismission. C78/10, no. 65 [37]
1557 25 May 3 & 4 P & M Nicholas Rose of Alderwas, Staffs. v Walter Rose. Messuage and lands in Alderwas [?Alrewas?] Staffs, held by copy of court roll of the prebend or parsonage of Alderwas. C78/11, no. 32 [38]
1557 25 May 3 & 4 P & M William Frye and wife Margaret v Sir Anthony Hungerford. Lease of a capital messuage in Warminster, Wilts. Dismission. C78/14, no. 12 [39]
1557 26 May 3 & 4 P & M William Tottenham v William Marten. Dismission. Latin C78/11, no. 43 [40]
1557 27 May 3 & 4 P & M Guy [blank]; Thomas Hyde; John Fuller; Phillip Wymbleton, for all parishioners of Pamber, Hants v Provost and Scholars of Queen's College, Oxon. Cost of supporting a stipendiary priest at Pamber, previously responsibility of Sherbourne Priory, and charities there. C78/10, no. 41 [41]
1557 29 May 3 & 4 P & M John Bowyer alias Turnor v Henry Serle. Manor of Histon Denny alias Bowyer in Histon, Trumpington and Impington, Cambs, with rectory: disputed lease of same. C78/10, no. 45 [42]
1557 29 May 3 & 4 P & M Bartholomew Jeckett alias Jekyll & Richarde his wife v Henry Brayne, esq. Four tenements and land called 'Seynt James Bake or Back' in Bristol, claimed by plaintiff as property of his wife by a former marriage, under the statutes of wills and uses. C78/10, no. 59 [43]
1557 29 May 3 & 4 P & M Thomas Matson, gent. v Christopher Johnson, Merchant of the Staple of Calais. Detention of 6 gold rings, stolen from plaintiff and later pawned to defendant. Refers to common market in Calais. C78/14, no. 16 [44]
1557 2-5 June 3 & 4 P & M John Hippisley, gent, and wife Marie v Laurence Rastall als Rastell. Lease of a pasture close in Egham, Surrey. C78/11, no. 3 [45]
1557 13 June 3 & 4 P & M Anne de Vere, Countess of Oxford and John Roberts, gent. v Avery Randall, gent. Lease of the manor of Baddlesmer, Kent, claimed by both Roberts and defendant. C78/10, no. 68 [46]
1557 21 June 3 & 4 P & M Christopher Hatche, son of Robert Hatche, and brother & heir of Robert Hatche, heir of Robert Hatche the elder v Edward Norton. Messuage called The White Horse in Newmarket, Suff. Dismission. C78/11, no. 33 [47]
1557 22 June 3 & 4 P & M Richard Man of St Bride's, London, hiltmaker decd, revived by Elizabeth Man, widow, his late wife v John Judde and wife Alice. Lease of a tenement in Little Packington, Warw, sold to plaintiff for £10 13s 4d. C78/11, no. 39 [48]
1557 23 June 3 & 4 P & M Thomas Rede v William Squerey. Four messuages and 120 acres of land in Petersfield, Hants. Cf.no.27. Dismission. C78/10, no. 37 [49]
1557 23 June 3 & 4 P & M Edmund Woodrove/Woodroff v Henry Benbricke, William Halleley & Elizabeth his wife, Elizabeth Bagshawe and Agnes Bagshawe, widow Four messuages and 400 acres of land in Tideswell and Wormhill, Derb. C78/10, no.39 [50]
1557 23 June 3 & 4 P & M Thomas Taylor, son of John Taylor of Swallowfield, Berks. v William Taylor. Messuage and lands called Joldens in Swallowfield and a tenement in 'Okyngham', Berks. Dismission. C78/11, no. 6 [51]
1557 24 June 3 & 4 P & M William Neyffe v William Neyffe/Neiff, son of William Neyff the younger. Messuage, cottage and 100 acres of land in Legsby, Lincs. C78/10, no. 43 [52]
1557 26 June 3 & 4 P & M John Browne v Walter Oborne Messuage and 40 acres of land in East Knoyle, Wilts. Dismission. C78/11, no. 7 [53]
1557 27 June 3 & 4 P & M John Malyn v Elizabeth Stowell, wid. Debts and obligations owed by defendant's late husband. C78/11, no. 5 [54]
1557 28 June 3 & 4 P & M John Mercer v Matthew Andrewes. Messuage and lands in Holbeach, Lincs. Dismission. Latin. C78/11, no. 40 [55]
1557 29 June 3 & 4 P & M James Worseley v Henry Weston, esq. Manor of West Parley and advowson of W. Parley, Dorset. Dismission. C78/11, no. 4 [56]
1557 29 June 3 & 4 P & M Richard Morys v Edward Longford and wife Katherine. Messuage and lands in Rorrington in Chirbury, Salop. C78/11, no. 34 [57]
1557 30 June 3 & 4 P & M Vincent Mundy v Edward Beamont. Lease of parsonage and tithes of Chaddesden, Derb, late owned by Hospital of Burton St Lazars. Dismission. C78/10, no. 40 [58]
1557 1 July 3 & 4 P & M John Carden of London, son & heir of John Carden late of Lewes, Sussex decd, by Thomas Lawrence his father in law v Owen Carden Messuage called 'The Hall' and lands in Tilston, Ches., and a farm in Coddington, Ches. Dismission. C78/10, no. 38 [59]
1557 1 July 3 & 4 P & M John Paswater v Ralph Cocke. Two tenements and lands in Biggleswade, Beds. Dismission. C78/11, no. 35 [60]
1557 1 July 3 & 4 P & M John Capon, Bishop of Salisbury v Sir John Horsey. Contested lease of Sherborne castle/manor and 5 other episcopal manors in Dors, supposedly made by former Bishop Shaxton, and dilapidations done by Horsey while in possession. C78/14, no. 18 [61]
1557 3 July 3 & 4 P & M William Harris, Anthony Harrys and John Harrys v Gryffith A Meredyth. Farm of lands called The Barton of Marwood in Marwood, Devon, owned by the Earl of Bath. Dismission. C78/11, no. 2 [62]
1557 3 July 3 & 4 P & M Randall Poole; Thomas Poole; Barnaby Pole; William Pole; Margaret Pole; Elizabeth Poole; Frances Poole v John Mynshull and Richard Houghe. Estates of plaintiff's father, Thomas Poole, dec, in Ches, leased to defendants, but allegedly to the use of plaintiffs. C78/14, no. 17 [63]
1557 5 July 3 & 4 P & M John Grenehill alias Girnehyll v Cuthbert Patenson. Messuage and land in Watford, Herts. Dismission C78/11, no. 8 [64]
1557 7 July 3 & 5 P & M John Southcott of London, gent &Elizabeth his wife; George Southcott, gent & Francis his wife v William Weston and Anthony Butler, gent. Lease of certain lands, owned by Bishop of Lincoln, in Banbury, Oxon. Plaintiffs' wives were sisters of original lessee's son. C78/12, no. 50 [65]
1557 7 July 3 & 5 P & M Robert Shepperd of Barnard Castle, Durh. and William Shepperd, his brother v John Strelley the younger alias Boyer. Lease of tithes and tithe barn of the lordship and town of 'Stratforthe'[?Startforth?], Yorks, late of the dissolved monastery of Egleston [Egglestone], Yorks. Involves a conventual lease. C78/14, no.49 [66]
NO date. 1557  ??? 4 & 5 P & M George Willoughby and wife Maude, wid. of Francis Repyngton v Walter Aston, esq. Certain lands and woods in Tamworth, Warw. and Staffs, claimed by both parties as parcel of their estates in Warw. Enrollment of an arbitration award. C78/10, no. 48 [67]
1557 Oct 4 & 5 P & M Stephen Lacy of Hoxon, Suff, son & heir of Richard Lacye late of Hoxon decd v Christopher Gryce. Customary land in Billingsforth, Norf, held of the manor of Pyrleston. Dismission. C78/12, no. 15 [68]
1557 12 Oct 4 & 5 P & M William Draycottes of Market Raison [Rasen], Lincs, shoemaker v William Monston, esq. Lease of a messuage and 200 acres of land in Cawthorpe, Thornton and Owersby, Lincs. C78/12, no. 16 [69]
1557 12 Oct 4 & 5 P & M Austen Bonner of Glen Magna, Leics. v Thomas Rayner. Messuage and lands in Peatling, Leics. Dismission. C78/12, no. 17 [70]
1557 13 Oct 4 & 5 P & M Thomas Paramore v John Chevyn and John Kere and Robert Kere. Sale of the manor of Sayes in the Isle of Harty, Kent. Cf. 13 no.12. Dismission. C78/12, no. 18 [71]
1557 14 Oct 4 & 5 P & M Thomas Fynny v Humfrey Thickbrome of Thickebrome, Staffs. Lease of a watercourse in Tickebrome, Staffs. Dismission. C78/12, no. 19 [72]
1557 14 Oct 4 & 5 P & M Francis Mallett, clerk, Dean of Lincoln v Marten Lane, clerk, vicar of Chesterfield, Derb. Pension of £20 p.a. from vicarage of Chesterfield, Derb. C78/14, no. 50 [73]
1557 15 Oct 4 & 5 P & M Anthony Wynter and Edward Nicols, administrators of William Marshall, clerk, late parson of Wetherley, Leics v William Dewsnappe, clerk, late farmer of the parsonage of Wetherley. Rent arrears from lease of parsonage of Wetherley, Leics. Dismission. C78/12, no. 20 [74]
1557 15 Oct 4 & 5 P & M Richard Gaywoode of London, Salter v William Blackewall and George Blackewall. A piece of land called Spicke Intake in Mansfield, Notts. C78/12, no. 21 [75]
1557 20 Oct 4 & 5 P & M William Tukey of Ringmer, Sussex, tailor v Thomas Forman. Detention of gift in chattels from plaintiff's father, by defendant and defendant's father. C78/10, no. 49 [76]
1557 23 Oct 4 & 5 P & M Robert Wynd of St Ives, Hunts, tanner and Richard Lobyns of Godmanchester, Hunts, executors of John Wynde late of Brankastre, Norfolk v John Barnardeston, gent. Obligations and legacies of John Wynd, dec. C78/13, no. 8 [77]
1557 25 Oct 4 & 5 P & M Nicholas Peke v William Almon. Sale or exchange of small parcels of land in Ash next Sandwich, Kent: failure to fully convey part of the lands. C78/13, no. 9 [78]
1557 26 Oct 4 & 5 P & M Henry Erie; John Davye; John Crabbe; Walter Crabbe, feoffees of endowments of Church of Killatown, Corn v Anthony Will. Rent charges of £1 6s 8d in arrears to the church of Killatown, Corn. C78/14, no. 51 [79]
1557 27 Oct 4 & 5 P & M Nicholas Spakman of London, haberdasher v John Saunders and John Duncombe Plaintiff's obligation, made to Richard Duncombe, dec. Plaintiff held monies for Duncombe, during period of debasement. C78/13, no. 13 [80]
1557 8 Nov 4 & 5 P & M Anthony Babyngton v William Skevyngton; Edmond Hansacre; Thomas Colly Pasture rights in hamlet of Fisherwick in St. Michael, Staffs. Note of a bill of revivor. Dismission. C78/14, no. 53 [81]
1557 9 Nov 4 & 5 P & M William Egerton of Little Samborne, Hants v Thomas Philpott, esq. and John Maryner. Lease of demesne lands of manor of Swathling in North Stoneham, Hants. C78/12, no. 38 [82]
1557 10 Nov 4 & 5 P & M Sir John Mordaunt, Lord Mordaunt v John Ockeden (now dec.) and wife Cicely. Common pasture rights in Dewlish, Dors. Dismission. C78/12, no. 22 [83]
1557 10 Nov 4 & 5 P & M Richard Pykeryng and wife Agatha v Robert Amere. Messuage and land in Chichester, Sussex. Dismission. C78/14, no. 52 [84]
1557 11 Nov 4 & 5 P & M Alexander Page v Sir Thomas Dennys and William Ware. Lease of customary land in manor of Littleham and Exmouth, Devon, involving a conventual lease C78/12, no. 36 [85]
1557 11 Nov 4 & 5 P & M Griffith Jones v William Lathebury. Sale of 479 quarters of wheat in 1547-8, and debts from sales of corn and loans alleged by defendant. Corn delivered to Sandwich for shipment to Flanders. Case also heard in King's Bench. C78/14, no. 54 [86]
1557 13 Nov 4 & 5 P & M Henry Poole, esq. & Dorothy his wife, late the wife of John Smythe decd; Roger Smythe, son & heir of the said John Smythe; Frances Smythe; Clement Smythe; Ambrose Smythe; Erasmus Smythe; William Smythe; Robert Smythe; Anthony Smythe; George Smythe, younger sons of the said John Smythe, and Margery Smythe one of the daughters of the said John Smythe v Robert Sapcots, esq. Lease of a farm in Gunthorpe,.Rutl, originally made by Sir Richard Sapcots. C78/12, no. 43 [87]
1557 15 Nov 4 & 5 P & M Thomas Sherbroke v William Barnard. Messuage and land in Louth, Lincs. Dismission. C78/10, no. 47 [88]
1557 16 Nov 4 & 5 P & M Thomas Longland v John Wyse Lease of a messuage and customary land in manor of Banbury, Oxon, involving a lease of the late bishop of Lincoln, John Longland. C78/13, no. 10 [89]
1557 18 Nov 4 & 5 P & M John Braband, clerk, parson of St Michael's Crooked Lane, London; Robert Ingram and Nicholas Leveret, churchwardens, for all parishioners v John Broke. A mansion house in London, earlier used by parish as a parsonage, but suppressed under Chantries Act of 1547 and granted away by the Crown. C78/10, no. 46 [90]
1557 20 Nov 4 & 5 P & M John Body v Sir Thomas Gyfford; Richard Harper; William Brewester, clerk; John Harker; Simon Starkey, executors of the will of Sir John Porte. A recognizance of £1000, made by plaintiff to Porte on the condition that Porte arranged a marriage for Body with a wealthy woman of Notts. Executors admit that Porte did not succeed. C78/12, no. 23 [91]
1557 20 Nov 4 & 5 P & M William Tanfeld, esq. & Elizabeth his wife v Thomas Burges. Manor of Coldhall, Essex. Dismission C78/13, no. 4 [92]
1557 21 Nov 4 & 5 P & M John Bromley and John Wryght of Barwell, Leics, husbandmen, for all tenants of Barwell v. Thomas Grey and Michael Purfrey, esqs. Rights of customary tenants, including rights of wood, transfers of customary lands and rate of fines. Also concerning a close of land allegedly demised to maintain the church. C78/12, no. 24 [93]
1557 21 Nov 4 & 5 P & M Henry Flavell and Audrey his wife, late wife of Harry Wryght v John Newport. Lease of manor of Welton, Northants. Enrollment of arbitration award made by the Master of the Rolls. C78/12, no. 25 [94]
1557 23 Nov 4 & 5 P & M John Brennecke alias Whyte of N. Molton, Devon v Thomas Grene of Timberscombe, Som. Twenty angels and a featherbed. Dismission. C78/12, no. 26 [95]
1557 23 Nov 4 & 5 P & M John Porter of Barton Hartshorn, Bucks v Richard Duke of Newington, Oxon. Uncompleted marriage settlement after the marriage between defendant's son and plaintiff's daughter, including manor of Frankton, Warw. C78/12, no. 44 [96]
1557 26 Nov 4 & 5 P & M William Stokes v Thomas Hobbes. A cottage and appurtenances in Courteenhall, Northants. Dismission. C78/12, no. 38 [97]
1557 27 Nov 4 & 5 P & M William Uvedale of Wickham, Hants, esq. v Thomas Rowe, Alderman and John Gresham and Edmund Gresham, mercers, all of London, executors of Sir John Gresham decd. The estate and marriage of William Uvedale, whose wardship was held by Sir John Gresham; defendants are Gresham's executors. C78/13, no. 11 [98]