Canterbury Court Records

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  • M1320: John de Bourne of Canterbury v. Henry de Burton & Master Thomas de Upton. Fresh force; case begins 1306. [1] ; [2]
  • T1322: John de Bishopsgate sr v. William Gylemyn & Emma his wife & Adam son of John de Bishopsgate jr. Fresh force; case begins 1321. [3]
  • E1356 A: William de la Haye v. Nicholas de Ensyng and John his wife executrix of John de la Haye. Debt of 16 ps 16s 3.5d. Response from the bailiffs that they have no record of such a case. [4] rcp
  • H1392: John Court of Canterbury jr v. John Scardeburgh of Canterbury jr. Trespass assault; case begins 1391. [5] rcp
  • M1398: Beatrice Broun of Harbledown v. James Borde, cleric. Trespass; case begins 1395. [6] ; [7]
  • T1404: John Haute v. Juliana Earde. Debt; case begins 1404. [8] ; [9]
  • T1410: Theobald Royle, merchant v. John Feyrhood of Sandwich, merchant. Covenant; case begins 1410. [10] ; [11] ; [12] ; [13]
  • M1417: Robert Jegour v. John Cherche of Canterbury, chandler. Debt; case begins 1416. [14] ; [15] ; [16]
  • H1428: John Stannerne of Canterbury v. Alesia Lane, executrix of Thomas Lane, citizen of Canterbury. Debt; case begins 1427. [17] ; [18]
  • T1429: Edmund Cooke v. John Cornet. Trespass; case begins 1428. [19]
  • E1440: Richard Parte v. Richard Kyppyng of Harbledown. Debt; case begins 1437. [20]
  • M1440: Henry Milton of Canterbury v. Stephen atte Dele executor of Henry London of All Saints Wade in Isle of Thanet, husbandman. Debt; case begins 1439. [21] ; [22]
  • E1442: Walter Mellare executor of John Mellare of Folkestone v. John Brounyng of Cheriton. Trespass; case begins 1438. [23]; [24]
  • T1443: Reginald Seyntclare v. William Rawle alias William Kaym son and heir of Henry Kaym. Debt; case begins 1443. [25]
  • M1443: William Rose v. William Kaym son and heir of Henry Kaym of Bredgar. Debt; case begins 1443. [26]
  • E1458: William Cotyng v. Robert Toft, cleric. Trespass false imprisonment; case begins 1457. [27]
  • E1458: John Sharp v. Robert Toft, cleric. Trespass false imprisonment; case begins 1457. [28] ; [29]
  • H1460: John Chambirleyn of Canterbury, gentleman v. John Gaywode, vicar of St Paul's Canterbury. Maintenance, qui tam; case begins 1459. [30] ; [31]
  • E1460: John, abbot of St Augustines Canterbury outside the walls v. John Gaywode vicar of St Pauls Canterbury. Trespass taking of books; case begins 1459. [32] ; [33]
  • M1479: Robert Martyn v. Geoffrey Andrewe. Covenant; case begins 1478, [34] ; [35]

  • E1562: William Browne of Faversham v. John Duston of Kennington, husbandman. Debt on an obligation; case begins 1560. [36] ; [37]
  • M1571: William Hunt of Canterbury, yeoman v. William Wytherden of Canterbury, yeoman. Trespass on the case; case begins 1571. [38] ; [39]. Canterbury CD M1571 A Tr
  • T1573: William Clerke v. John Hopkyns. Trespass on the case; case begins in 1572. [40] ; [41]
  • H1590 I: Error. Canterbury (31 Elizabeth). Trespass on the case. John Barker gentleman (by Thomas Evans) v. Thomas Greneleafe (by John Smythe). [42] rcp
  • E1640: High Court. Elizabeth Marsh, widow v. Thomas Marsh jr. Dower; case begins 1639. [43] ; [44]
  • E1640: Joseph Roberts, gentleman v. Stephen Sayer, gentleman. Indebitatus assumpsit; case begins 1639. [45] ; [46]
  • T1640: Andrew Jones v. Peter Nephewe, alias Nephie. Conversion sur Trover; case begins 1639. [47] ; [48]
  • M1640: Richard Dancey, gentleman v. William Osborne, cleric. Indebitatus assumpsit; case began in 1639. [49] ; [50]
  • M1640: High Court. Thomas Penvill v. Adrian Moys. Trespass on the case; case begins in 1639. [51] ; [52]
  • M1641: William Tarrie v. Walter Baker. Trespass on the case; case begins 1640. [53] ; [54]
  • E1643: William Baker, gentleman v. Searles Prude, gentleman. Trespass on the case; case begins 1641. [55] ; [56]
  • T1643: John Crux v. John Sympson. Trespass on the case; case begins 1642. [57] ; [58]
  • T1643: John Sladden v. John Pilcher. Trespass on the case; case begins 1641. [59] ; [60]
  • T1643: Joseph Robertes, gentleman v. Stephen Sayer, gentleman. Trespass on the case; case begins 1641. [61] ; [62]


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