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233v Corn 1628, May_22__ Attorney General Arrundell, John Concerning the manors and lands of Tolferne, Bodbrayne, Prispymocke, Soor, Respery, Pangnany, St Udye alias St Veyporth; Prispeny; Trevanowe, Pemynburgh, Treweres, St Maindait, Tremorkne, Killion, Dany Killion, Poly Killion, Osburne, etc., belonging to Arrundells Chantry in St Columb's Church and lesed to Ury Babington [1]
250r Cumber 1628, June 26 Attorney General Barwick, William; and William James Concerning certain lands called Lairpitts and Swifte willowes in the demesne of the Castle of Carlisle and certain lands in Kinnyholme and elsewhere [2]
315r Cumber 1629, June 18 Attorney General Barwick, William; and William James Concerning certain lands on the demesne of the Castle of Carlisle some of which are called Richard's Close and Kennyholme [3]
187v Lancs/Devon 1627, Nov 15 Attorney General Binlos, Sir RobertConcerning a debt of £40,000 to be levied out of the estate of Ury Babington deceased and to which certain spiritualities and tithes in the wapentake of Ludesdall are liable. [4]
2r Worcs 1624, Apr 22 Attorney General Brasier, John; John Bryan; Thomas Boraston; Edmond Brerecroft; Daniel Hey; Thomas Inett; Lewes Dallowe; Roger Hay; and William Hanley Concerning the customs of the manor of Abbotsley alias Abberley [5]
243v Lincs 1628, June 19 Attorney General Brewer, Richard; and others, tenants of the manor of Croole An order as to hearing the cause [6]
87r Yorks 1626, May 11 Attorney General Bright, John; Thomas Bright; and others Concerning intrusion into the manor of Eccleshall in Sheffield and felling and cutting timber and committing other waste therein. [7]
262r Kent 1628, Nov 27 Attorney General Brockman, Henry; George Hall; William Collins Concerning the rectories of Bocton, Aluph, Brensett, and Newenton and the vicarage of Wye [8]
113v Kent 1626, Nov 9 Attorney General Brockman, Henry; George Hall; William Collins; Robert Moile; John Elliott; Anne his wife; Edward Lea; and Elizabeth his wife Concerning the rectories and parsonages of Bocton, Aluph, Brensett, Newington, and the vicarage of Wye and all the glebe lands, tithes, profits, etc., thereunto belonging. [9]
375r Worcs 1630, June 10 Attorney General Cooke, Edward; and others, tenants of Feckenham Forest An order as to hearing the cause [10]
272r London/Surrey 1628, Nov 13 Attorney General Corselis, John; Jacob Vandenbrooke; Robert Caron; Charles Marword; Peter Caron, and Jacob Dinste Concerning the possessions of Sir Nowell Caron deceased late ambassador of the States General of the United Provinces and made a free denizen of England by Queen Elizabeth [11]
53v Kent 1625, May 19 Attorney General Davys, Thomas; William Dunnynge; Lawrence Robinson; John Crumpe; Mathew Morse; George Gillett; and Richard Saunders Concerning the third part of certain messuages and appurtenances at Maidstone late belonging to Elizabeth Heywood [12]
311v Worcs 1629, June 18 Attorney General Divers persons being tenants, inhabitants, and land owners in and near Feckenham Forest Concerning the disafforestation of Feckenham Forest [13]
91r Bucks 1626, June 22 Attorney General Dormer, Sir John; and others Concerning the forest of Barnewood [14]
85v Bucks 1626, May 4 Attorney General Dormer, Sir John; and others, lords and freeholders of several manors and towns bordering upon the forest of Barnewood Concerning former orders in a suit concerning an alleged right of common within the forest of Barnewood [15]
375v Leics 1630, June 3 Attorney General Dreydon, John; John St John; and others Concerning certain lands and tenements of Sir Bryan Cave extended and seized into the King's hands upon his outlawry at the suit of Henry Skipwith [16]
329v Wilts 1629, Nov 19 Attorney General Earl of Danby; Sir John Cooper; and others, inhabitants and borderers in and about Brayden Forest Concerning the disafforestation of Brayden Forest [17]
344v Wilts 1630, Feb 4 Attorney General Earl of Danby; Sir John Danvers; Sir John Cooper; Sir Henry Poole; and others Concerning the Forest of Brayden [18]
362v Leics 1630, Apr 29 Attorney General Earl of Devon Concerning a claim to right of common in Leicester Forest as belonging to certain lands late belonging to Leicester Abbey [19]
377v Leics 1630, June 10 Attorney General Earl of Devon Concerning a claim to right of common in Leicester Forest as belonging to certain lands late belonging to Leicester Abbey [20]
264v Wilts 1628, Oct 23 Attorney General Earl of Hertford; Earl of Berkshire; Earl of Danby; Sir Giles Bridges; Sir John Hungerford; Sir John St John; Sir John Ashley; Sir Francis Inglisfield; Sir Edward Hungerford; Sir Henry Moody; Sir Henry Poole; Sir Nevill Poole; Sir Thomas Sachville; Dean and Chapter of Salisbury; Lucas; Thomas Warneford; John Ayliffe; Christopher Webb; Henry Hide; Edmond Maskelyne; Henry Martyn; George Hungerford; Edward Stratton; John Thorner; Edward Pledall; Thomas Gleede; John Gleede; Robert Lawrence; John Packer; Daniel Browne; Henry Parry Concerning claims to right of common in the Forest of Brayden [21]
378v Wilts 1630, June 10 Attorney General Earl of Hertford; Earl of Berkshire; Earl of Danby; Sir Giles Bridges; Sir John Hungerford; Sir John St John; Sir John Ashley; Sir Francis Inglisfield; Sir Edward Hungerford; Sir Henry Moody; Sir Henry Poole; Sir Nevill Poole; Sir Thomas Sachville; Dean a Concerning Braydon Forest [22]
260r Middx 1628, Nov 6 Attorney General Elborowe, John, clerk Concerning tithes payable out of the manor of Tottenham Court alias Tottenhall claimed by the defendant as vicar of St Pancras alias Kentish Town [23]
50v Hants 1625, May 5 Attorney General Fleminge, Sir Thomas, deceased; Andrew Monday; and John Dickenson Concerning tithes of a farm called Arreton in the Isle of Wight [24]
130r Bucks 1627, Feb 8 Attorney General Harte, Edward; John Dynham Concerning the disafforestation of Barnewood Forest [25]
112r Bucks 1626, Nov 9 Attorney General Harte, Edward; John Dynham; and others Concerning the disafforestation of Barnewood Forest and the office of bailiff of the said forest. [26]
256v Suff 1628, Oct 23 Attorney General Harvey, Robert; Alice Ryvett; Thomas Cleeve; and others Concerning the goods of one Don Luy an Italian of Teneriffe and a Spanish subject and concerning certain money in the hands of the court. [27]
145v Leics 1627, Apr 26 Attorney General Hastinge, Sir Henry Concerning the forest and chace of Leicester and certain lands, woods, and grounds. [28]
19v Worcs 1624, Nov 18 Attorney General Hey, Daniel; John Brasier; and others, tenants of the manor of Abbotsley An order that the cause go without day until the plaintiff cause the defendants to be served with a new process [29]
130r Dorset 1627, Feb 8 Attorney General Hide, Robert; and others, tenants and inhabitants in or near to the Forest of Gillingham An order concerning commissioners [30]
111r Dorset 1626, Nov 9 Attorney General Hide, Robert; Christopher Dirdoe; and others, tenants and inhabitants of the Forest of Gillingham Concerning the disafforestation of the Forest of Gillingham [31]
108r Dorset 1626, Oct 19 Attorney General Hide, Robert; Christopher Dirdoe; and others, tenants and inhabitants of the Forest of Gillingham Concerning the disafforestation of the Forest of Gillingham [32]
127v Dorset 1627, Feb 1 Attorney General Hide, Robert; Christopher Dirdoe; and others, tenants and inhabitants of the Forest of Gillingham Concerning a commission and depositions of witnesses [33]
127v Surrey 1627, Feb 1 Attorney General Howard, Sir Charles Concerning the custody or keeping of Putney Park alias Mortlake Park [34]
128r Surrey 1627, Feb 8 Attorney General Howard, Sir Charles Concerning Putney Park alias Mortlake Park and the office of Keeper thereof [35]
294v Glouc/Wilts 1629, Feb 5 Attorney General Hungerford, Sir John; and others Concerning a wood called Powchere's Ragge within the Forest of Braydon [36]
243v Wilts 1628, June 19 Attorney General Hungerford, Sir John; Sir John St John; and others An order as to hearing the cause [37]
256r Wilts 1628, Oct 23 Attorney General Hungerford, Sir John; Sir John St John; Sir Francis Inglefield; Sir Henry Moody; and others Concerning claims to right of common in the Forest of Brayden [38]
326r Exeter City/Devon/ Corn 1629, Nov 19 Attorney General Isaacke, Thomas; Roger Isaacke; and Richard Isaack Concerning the profits of licenses to keep taverns and retail wines and the authority to grant the said licenses. [39]
348v Exeter City 1630, Feb 11 Attorney General Isaacke, Thomas; Roger Isaacke; and Richard Isaack Concerning the profits of licenses to keep taverns and retail wines and the authority to grant the said licenses. [40]
362v London 1630, Apr 29 Attorney General Kinge, Raphe; John Shipton; Thomas Gaseley; Richard Spencer; and Thomas Warren Concerning a supposed fraudulent deed of gift made by the defendant King to the defendants Gaseley and Spencer of all the said King's goods and chattels liable to the payment of a debt from him to one Thomazine Crich seized for her debt into the King's hands [41]
325r Glouc 1629, Nov 12 Attorney General Kirle, Sir John Concerning a default of the relator Robert Treswell and costs and as to hearing the cause [42]
332r Glouc 1629, Nov 26 Attorney General Kirle, Sir John An order as to a default of the relator Robert Treswell; and costs [43]
114v Glouc 1626, Nov 16 Attorney General Lovelace, Sir Richard An order as to depositions [44]
105r London/Salop 1626, Oct 19 Attorney General Martin, Sir Henry; Sir Edward Wardour; and Edward Ford Concerning a commission [45]
84r London 1626, Apr 27 Attorney General Martyn, Sir Henry; Sir Edward Wardoure; and Edward Forde Concerning examination of witnesses [46]
85r London 1626, May 4 Attorney General Martyn, Sir Henry; Sir Edward Wardoure; and Edward Forde Concerning the examination of witnesses [47]
121v London/Salop 1626, Nov 9 Attorney General Martyn, Sir Henry; Sir Edward Wardoure; and Edward Forde Concerning the goods and chattels of one William Bowdler deceased [48]
58r Newcastle upon Tyne 1625, June 23 Attorney General Mayor and Burgesses of Newcastle upon Tyne; The Governors, Stewards, and Brethren of the Hoastemen; and John Brandlinge Concenring duties on coals [49]
349r Northampton town 1630, Feb 11 Attorney General Mayor, Bailiffs, and Burgesses of Northampton Concerning several writs of distringas issued agaisnt the defendants [50]
340r London/Yorks 1630, Feb 4 Attorney General Mayor, Commonalty, and Citizens of London; John Highlord; Edward Ditchfield; Francis Mosse; and Humfrey Clarke feoffees of the said City; George Claye; and William Driffield Concerning the manors of Esingwould, Huby, and Sutton in the Forest of Galtres [51]
138r Hants 1627, Apr 12 Attorney General Monday, Andrew; and John Dickenson The cause is to be dismissed unless the Attorney General show cause to the contrary [52]
126v Hants 1627, Feb 1 Attorney General Monday, Andrew; and John Dickenson An order for postponement [53]
126v Hants 1627, Jan 25 Attorney General Monday, Andrew; and John Dickenson An order for postponement [54]
172v Notts 1627, Oct 11 Attorney General Moseley, William; Griffin Dyvall; Robert Bullock; and John Oates Concerning the manor of Edwinstowe [55]
208v Notts 1628, Jan 31 Attorney General Moseley, William; Griffin Dyvall; Robert Bullock; and John Oates Concerning certain lands in the manor of Edenstowe [56]
3v Glouc 1624, Apr 29 Attorney General Neale, Sir Francis Concerning a certain portion of tithes arising within the manor of Mickleton [57]
1v Devon 1624, Apr 15 Attorney General Northcott, John; and others An order for postponement of the cause [58]
259v Northt 1628, Nov 13 Attorney General Pargiter, William; and Robert Pargiter Concerning a demurrer put in by the defendants [59]
270v Northt 1628, Nov 27 Attorney General Pargiter, William; and Robert Pargiter An order as to hearing the cause [60]
257r Northt 1628, Oct 30 Attorney General Pargiter, William; and Robert Pargiter Concerning certain lands of Sir Richard Weston a recusant convicted [61]
246v London 1628, June 26 Attorney General Pawle, Francis, & Anne his wife, executrix of Robert Christian deceased; John Christian; William Faldoe, James Chambers; Thomas Willson; Thomas Worrell; and Robert Mottershead Concerning the possessions of Robert Christian deceased and debts due to be applied in payment of sums owed to the Crown by him as subcollector to the bishop of London of certain subsidies and tenths. [62]
302v Lincs 1629, Apr 23 Attorney General Poplewell, Humfrey; and William Torkesey An order as to a commission to examine witnesses [63]
326r Lincs 1629, Nov 12 Attorney General Poplewell, Humfrey; and William Torkesey Concerning a default of the relator Sir Cornelius Vermewden and costs and as to hearing the cause [64]
332v Lincs 1629, Nov 26 Attorney General Poplewell, Humfrey; and William Torkesey; and others Concerning draining certain lands and rights of common claimed by the defendants as tenants of the manors and townships of Epworth, Westwood, Belton, Haxey, and Ouldston [65]
359v Lincs 1630, Apr 22 Attorney General Poplewell, Humfrey; William Robinson; William Torkesey; and others An order as to hearing the cause and as to a commission [66]
342r Lincs 1630, Feb 4 Attorney General Poplewell, Humfrey; William Torcksey; and others An order as to a commission [67]
261v Ches 1628, Nov 20 Attorney General Reade, John; and John Younge Concerning a default of Robert Prettye who prosecutes the cause and costs and as to hearing the cause [68]
292v London/Ches 1629, Jan 29 Attorney General Reade, John; and John Younge Concerning the possessions of Raphe Reade deceased which ought to be charged with the payment of a debt from Robert Prettye and Thomas Warburton to the Crown [69]
370r Oxon 1630, Apr 22 Attorney General Roberts, Nicholas; John Skyner; John Harborne; Michael Harris; Richard Nashe; John Carver; William Castle; Francis Gregorie; Jerome Kite; Thomas Phipps; John Bigger; Thomas Pokins; Robert Newman; and Walter Paine Concerning certain services due to the King as lord of the manor of Woodstocke of which manor the 7 towns called Old Woodstock, Wootton, Hordley, Bladon, Loncombe, Harborough, and Stonesfield are parcel [70]
259r London 1628, Nov 13 Attorney General Rolls, John; George Moore; William Woodhouse; and Symon Whitcombe Concerning a writ of replevin for delivery of certain goods to the defendants supposed to be detained by Sir John Wolstenholme, Abraham Dawes, Richard Carmarden, and Richard Andrewes and now in the custom house. [71]
207r Suff 1628, Feb 7 Attorney General Ryvett, John; Thomas Cleeve; Raphe Noore; Robert Henry; and others Concerning certain money and copper pans the property of Don Luy an Italian of Teneriffe and a Spanish subject [72]
230v Berwick 1628, May 15 Attorney General Sleigh, john; and William Bennett Concenring duties on coals exported [73]
45r Wilts 1625, Feb 10 Attorney General Snell, Richard the elder, & Judith his wife; Richard Snell the younger; and others Concerning the forests of Pewsham alias Chippenham and Blackmore alias Melkesham [74]
293v Middx 1629, Feb 5 Attorney General Stepkin, John; and others An order as to witnesses [75]
56r Middx 1625, May 19 Attorney General Swayne, William; Thomas Garret; and Elizabeth Weston Concerning certain messuages, tenements, gardens, and lands at Islington [76]
378v Lincs 1630, June 10 Attorney General Torcksey, William; and others An order as to a deed made by John de Mowbray [77]
376r Lincs 1630, June 3 Attorney General Torcksey, William; and others An order as to hearing the cause [78]
3v Devon 1624, Apr 29 Attorney General Twelve Governors of Crediton Church; Sir William Kelligrewe; John Northcott; John Davye; and others Concerning misuse of the property of Crediton Church alleged against the defendants [79]
117v Ches 1626, Nov 23 Attorney General Whitbie, Edward; and others Concerning divers messuages, lands, and tenements in the city and county of Chester [80]
145r Devon 1627, Apr 26 Attorney General Wray, Sir William Concenring the fishing of the Tamer [81]
130v Devon 1627, Feb 8 Attorney General Wray, Sir William Concerning the fishing of the Tamer [82]
324v Corn 1629, Nov 12 Attorney General Wraye, Sir William An order as to hearing the cause and as to a default of the relator John Connock and costs [83]
341r Corn 1630, Feb 4 Attorney General Wraye, Sir William Concerning a certain fishing belonging to the manor of Calstocke extending from the weir called Woleworth to a rock called Toplingtor and thence toa bridge called Horsebridge [84]
262v London 1628, Nov 27 Attorney General (entered with AG v. Browne) Rolls, John; George Moore; William Woodhouse; and Symon Whitcombe Concerning a writ of replevin for delivery of certain goods to the defendants supposed to be detained by Sir John Wolstenholme, Abraham Dawes, Richard Carmarden, and Richard Andrewes and now in the custom house. [85]
262v London 1628, Nov 27 Attorney General (entered with AG v. Rolls) Browne, Humfrey Concerning a writ of replevin for delivery of certain goods to the defendants supposed to be detained by Sir John Wolstenholme, Abraham Dawes, Richard Carmarden, and Richard Andrewes and now in the custom house. [86]
140r Middx/Essex 1627, Apr 19 Attorney General (Sir Thomas Coventry) (entered with Mewtis v. Higham) Mewtis, Thomas; and Henry Mewtis Concerning the repairing of two bridges over the River Lee called Bowebridge and Channell Bridge near Stratford bowe and a causeway between the bridges [87]
344r Derbs 1630, Feb 4 Attorney General at the relation of Edward Lowe Storer, William; James Corkeram; William Allsopp; Thomas Wingfield; William Toples; John Wood; Francis Redford; and Edward Allen Concerning clalims of common upon certain grounds called Milnehey pasture and Milnehey Lawnd parcel of the manor of Alderwasley and as to grinding of corn and to stay suits at the Common Law by the defendants against the relator. [88]
202v Herefs 1628, Jan 24 Attorney General at the relation of James Bond Elton, Ambrose; and others An order as to hearing the cause [89]
202v Herefs 1628, Jan 31 Attorney General at the relation of James Bond Elton, Ambrose; and others Concerning Ledbury manor [90]
230r Herefs 1628, May 15 Attorney General at the relation of James Bond Elton, Ambrose; John Skipp; and others Concerning certain lands in Ledbury manor [91]
351v Herefs 1630, Feb 11 Attorney General at the relation of James Bond Elton, Ambrose; John Skipp; Edward Skynner; Edward Elton; and others Concerning certainh lands in Ledbury manor [92]
173r Northt 1627, Oct 18 Attorney General at the relation of Sir James Ouchterlony Coke, Sir Edward, & the lady Elizabeth his wife Concerning the arrears of certain fee farm rents issuing out of the manor of Chapel Brampton and out of Cottingham woods and Middleton Thicks in Rockingham Forest and out of the manor and hundred of Corbye [93]
165r Northt 1627, June 7 Attorney General at the relation of Sir James Ouchterlony Coke, Sir Edward, & the lady Elizabeth his wife; and Dame Alice Hatton Concerning the arrears of certain fee farm rents issuing out of the manor of Chapel Brampton and out of Cottingham woods and Middleton Thicks in Rockingham Forest and out of the manor and hundred of Corbye [94]
179v Worcs 1627, Oct 18 Attorney General at the relation of William Walshe Brasier, John; Richard Brooke; John Bryan; Thomas Boraston; Edmond Brerecroft; Daniel Hey; Thomas Inett; Lewes Dallowe; Roger Hay; and William Hanley Concerning a default of William Walshe and costs [95]
270v Cambs 1628, Nov 20 Attorney General on behalf of Richard Miller farmer of the fines and perquisites of Court of Burwell manor Morden, Olivery; Robert Wilkin; William Fuller; John Parkin; and Ezekiell Parkin copyholders of the said manor Concerning fines payable by the tenants of the manor of Burwell Ramseis [96]
141r London 1627, Apr 19 Attorney General on behalf of the King and of Phillipp Burlamachie and William Francklyn Swayne, Arthur Concerning nine casks of tobacco seized for the King [97]
294r Derbs 1629, Feb 5 Attorney General on behalf of the King and of the general miners of the High Peak Lord Deyncourt Concerning the tithe of certain lead ore obtained in the High Peak [98]
120v Derbs 1626, Nov 16 Attorney General on behalf of the King and of the miners of the High Peak Leake, Sir Francis, lord Daynecourt; and John Gell Concerning the tithe of certain lead ore obtained in the High Peak [99]
73r Durham 1626, Jan 26 Attorney General, late Dudley, Ambrose; John Gray; Christopher Staworth; Thomas Hedley; Robert Dudley; John Stevenson; Thomas Inskipp; Pallace Hall; Sutton Dudley; and Michael Coleson Concerning appropriation of certain timber by Ambrose Dudley while keeper of the King's woods in Chopwell, and enclosure of certain ground [100]
142r Hants 1627, Apr 26 Attorney General, late (Sir Henry Yelverton) on behalf of Alexander Popham Fleminge, Sir Thomas, deceased; Andrew Monday; and John Dickenson Concerning the tithes of corn hay and lambs of the farm of Arreton [101]
186v Kent 1627, Nov 15 Attorney General, late (Sir Thomas Coventry) Alderstone, John Concerning a messuage with appurtenances at Dover sometime the lands of one Olliver Leigh deceased and late in the occupation of Thomas Fleminge under a rent to the Crown. [102]
347r Devon 1630, Feb 11 Attorney General, late (Sir Thomas Coventry) Cary, Sir Edward one of the executors of Sir George Cary deceased Concerning the accounts of the late Sir George Cary while he was treasurer at War to Queen Elizabeth and the late King James in Ireland [103]
352r Devon 1630, Feb 11 Attorney General, late (Sir Thomas Coventry) Cary, Sir Edward one of the executors of Sir George Cary deceased Concerning the accounts of the late Sir George Cary while he was treasurer at War to Queen Elizabeth and the late King James in Ireland [104]
339r Devon 1630, Jan 28 Attorney General, late (Sir Thomas Coventry) Cary, Sir Edward one of the executors of Sir George Cary deceased Concerning the accounts of the late Sir George Cary while he was treasurer at War to Queen Elizabeth and the late King James in Ireland [105]
191v Beds 1627, Nov 22 Attorney General, late (Sir Thomas Coventry) Fowler, William; Thomas Same; Thomas Ensam alias Borough; Michell Hamond; and Thomas Waller alias Poulter Concerning the manor of Shitlington formerly belonging to the monastery of Ramsey joined by Henry VIII to the honor of Ampthill. [106]
201v Beds 1628, Jan 24 Attorney General, late (Sir Thomas Coventry) Hackett, Roger; William Heming; Thomas Hill; William Betcote; Richard Betcote; Humfrey Hickman; William Archer; and others Concerning the manor of Litlington [107]
125r Devon 1627, Jan 24 Attorney General, late (Sir Thomas Coventry) Lane, Richard; John Lane; Ambrose Lane; and Henry Yarde Concerning intrusion and damage in the farm of Barton Grange and lands of Ilsham, the manor of Tormsham, and the demesne lands of Torr extended for a debt due to the King from the Earl of Londonderry [108]
243r Worcs 1628, June 19 Attorney General, late (Sir Thomas Coventry) Midlemore, John; Baldwyn Lindon; and others Concerning certain lands called Mercers and Woodwards alleged to be copyhold of the manors of Bromesgrove and Kingsnorton [109]
192v Beds 1627, Nov 22 Attorney General, late (Sir Thomas Coventry) Pryor, John; Samuel Gregory; William Brase; Francis Woodward; Thomas Field; Richard Webbe; and William Mathewe Concerning the manor of Barton formerly belonging to the monastery of Ramsey joined by Henry VIII to the honor of Ampthill [110]
177v Essex 1627, Oct 18 Attorney General, late (Sir Thomas Coventry) Siday, John; William Siday; George Pleasant, & Anne his wife; William Townsend; and Elizabeth Isaack Concerning a messuage called Poulstreede a messuage and lands called Broadfield, the moiety of Northywood; and a messuage called Camberlyns [111]
131v Flint 1627, Feb 1 Attorney General, late (Sir Thomas Coventry) Stanley, Robert; Anne Mostyn; Thomas Whitley; Thomas Ravenscroft; Thomas Ledsham sr; Thomas Spark; James Riche; Anthony Griffin; George Ravenscroft; Robert Morgan; Roger Midleton; John Edwards; Thomas Crew; John Weigh; William Ledsham; John Sparke; William Browne; John Dakin; Thomas Whitley; John Griffith; William Weigh; Robert Foxe; Thomas ap Richard ap Ellis; John Siddall; William Corbin; Thomas Ledsham jr; John Ledsham; John Sparke; William Minshall; Alice Evans; Katherine Whitley; John Anyon?; and Thomas Griffith Concerning the Castle town and lordship of Ewloe and appurtenances and Ewloe wood, Ewloe park; grounds called Bookeley, parts whereof are called Waddefield, Colliers meadow, Garstyfield, Jenkinfield, and other grounds called the Riddinge alias Parsons Riddinge, the common wood, and the hollies all belonging to the said lordship. [112]
162v Flint 1627, June 7 Attorney General, late (Sir Thomas Coventry) Stanley, Robert; Anne Mostyn; Thomas Whitley; Thomas Ravenscroft; Thomas Ledsham sr; Thomas Spark; James Riche; Anthony Griffin; George Ravenscroft; Robert Morgan; Roger Midleton; John Edwards; Thomas Crew; John Weigh; William Ledsham; John Sparke; Willia Concerning a parcel of ground in the lordship or manor of Ewloe known as Ewloe Wood, Park, or Common [113]
169r Essex 1627, Oct 11 Attorney General, late (Sir Thomas Coventry) Wiseman, JohnConcerning a rent of £54 out of the manor of Brodockes and Horham for the use of Isabell Olliver a recusant convicted [114]
160r Lincs 1627, June 7 Attorney General, late (Sir Thomas Coventry) Wythence, Francis George Tuke and Robert Brooke were debtors to the King and Robert Fulnetby and Thomas Gotts being indebted to George Tuke it is sought to recover the King's debt on Robert Fulnetby's manors of Ranby, Fulnetby, and Halthorpe and other lands and tithes leased by him to the defendant. [115]
204r London/Surrey 1628, Jan 31 Awsten, William, & Anne his wife Allen, Richard Concerning certain sums of money supposed to be due to the defendant from John Bingham late esquire sadler [116]
226v Surrey/Middx 1628, May 1 Awsten, William, & Anne his wife Allen, Richard An order as to hearing the cause [117]
226v Surrey/Middx 1628, May 8 Awsten, William, & Anne his wife Allen, Richard Concerning certain sums of money supposed to be due to the defendant from John Bingham late esquire sadler [118]
346v Essex 1630, Feb 11 Aylett, Giles, clerk Bourne, Robert An order as to a default of the plaintiff and costs and as to hearing the cause [119]
37r Essex 1625, Jan 27 Bailiffs, Aldermen, and Burgesses and Commonalty of Maldon Steele, Francis Concerning taxes on sea-coals and fuller's earth passing through certain waters and creeks [120]
19v Kent 1624, Nov 18 Barnes, Jacob Berry, John; and ___ Fulnetby An order concerning the publication of depositions [121]
142v Glouc 1627, Apr 26 Batherne, Richard Hungerford, Sir Edward; Thomas Wickham; Anthony Wickham; and Edward Tyler Concerning certain lands alleged by the plaintiff to belong to the manor of Siston and by the defendants to be part of the manor of Pucklechurch [122]
142r Glouc 1627, Apr 26 Batherne, Richard Strange, Walter; and Edward Strange Concenring a tenement called Mownes Court and certain grounds and a ground called Tillies and a house called the Upper House and grounds called Longfield, Oversfield, and other grounds alleged to belong to the manor of Siston leased to the plaintiff by Henry Billingsley. [123]
157v Middx 1627, June 7 Bedingfield, Anthony; and Robert Mosse Lake, Sir Thomas; Sir William Pitt; and others Concerning a trust supposed to be made to the said defendants by one Thomas Kerry by conveyance of certain lands in Somerset which the plaintiffs pretend to be liable to an extent for the King [124]
9v London 1624, June 10 Beecher, Sir William Lord Scroope; Sir John Wolstenholme; and others Concerning a bond [125]
8r London 1624, June 3 Beecher, Sir William Lord Scroope; Sir John Wolstenholme; and othersConcerning a bond of £1,000 whereon Lord Scroope stood bound to Sir Francis Jones late deceased. [126]
31v London 1624, Nov 25 Beecher, Sir William Lord Scroope; Sir John Wolstenholme; and others Concerning a bond wherein Lord Scroope stood bound to Sir Francis Jones deceased [127]
31r Cumber 1624, Nov 25 Bellassis, James Blincoe, Sir Henry; and John Musgrave An order for hearing the cause next term [128]
204v Cumber 1628, Jan 31 Bellassis, James Saunderson, John Concerning a tenement called Halbrigg [129]
302v Cumber 1629, Apr 23 Bellassis, James Saunderson, John An order as to hearing the cause [130]
311v Cumber 1629, June 18 Bellassis, James Saunderson, John An order as to hearing the cause [131]
101v Cumber 1626, Nov 23 Bellassis, James, & Mary his wife Blincoe, Sir Henry; and John Musgrave Concerning a tenement called the Hallrigg in the manor of Plumpton [132]
140v Cumber 1627, Apr 19 Bellassis, James, & Mary his wife Blincoe, Sir Henry; and John Musgrave Concerning a tenement called the Hallrigg in the manor of Plumpton [133]
322r Cumber 1629, Oct 22 Bellassis, James, & Mary his wife Blincoe, Sir Henry; and John Musgrave Concerning a tenement called the Hallrigg in the manor of Plumpton [134]
11r Bristol City 1624, June 15 Billingsley, Henry Rogers, Robert, alderman of Bristol; and Sir Richard Rogers Concerning the manors of Siston and Mangersfield [135]
114v Surrey 1626, Nov 16 Bingham, Anne, late wife and executrix of John Bingham, sadler to the King deceased Allen, Richard Concerning an action commenced by the defendants in the office of pleas to recover a sum of money claimed as due for goods supplied to the late John Bingham [136]
77r Hants 1626, Feb 9 Bishop of Winchester Cosen, Henry; Peirce Horwood; John Horwood; Thomas Horwood; and others Concerning a free chase in the fee of St Swithins and concerning Longwood Warren alleged to extend into the wastes and commons of Chilcombe, Easton, Avington, Ovington, Cheriton, Owselbury, Twyford, and Morested, and certain waste grounds called Old Downe and Overokes [137]
377r Durham 1630, June 3 Bringhurst, Isaack; and John Stacie Garnett, Anne An order as to hearing the cause [138]
292r Glouc 1629, Jan 29 Brouncker, Sir William Coxwell, Nathaniell Concerning certain covenants as to the levying of the issues lost by jurors in certain counties and for stay of a suit commenced at the Common Law upon a bond [139]
257r Glouc 1628, Oct 30 Bruncher, Sir William Coxwell, Nathaniell Concerning the profits of the issues lost by jurors in certain counties and concerning an indenture and a bond [140]
68r Devon 1625, Nov 17 Burgoyne, Robert; and William Burgoyne Melvyn, David Concerning certain recognizances for the appearance of one George Burgoyne suspected of being a Seminary Priest [141]
69r Devon 1625, Nov 24 Burgoyne, Robert; and William Burgoyne Melvyn, David Concerning certain recognizances for the appearance of one George Burgoyne suspected of being a Seminary Priest [142]
310r London 1629, June 11 Chambers, Richard Dawes, Abraham; Richard Carmarthen; John Hollowaye; Brian Rogers; and the Attorney General Concerning certain goods seized for some duties pretended to be due to the King [143]
311r London 1629, June 18 Chambers, Richard Dawes, Abraham; Richard Carmarthen; John Hollowaye; Brian Rogers; and the Attorney General Concerning certain goods seized for some duties pretended to be due to the King [144]
262r Middx 1628, Nov 20 Chaworth, Sir George, now lord chancellor Bishop of Lincoln; George Mynne; and Richard Dawe Concerning the sequestration of the profits of the sixpenny writs in the high court of chancery [145]
324v Warw 1629, Oct 22 Cope, George (entered with Cope v. Whigham and Nowell v. Cope) Whigham, Oliver; and others, customary tenants of Knowle Manor An order that Lord Brooke and the executors of the late Lord Brooke shall be made parties to these causes [146]
324v Warw 1629, Oct 22 Cope, George; and Thomas Kirton (entered with Cope v. Whigham) Whigham, Oliver; and divers tenants of the said manor An order that Lord Brooke and the executors of the late Lord Brooke shall be made parties to these causes [147]
325r Norf 1629, Nov 12 Cornewallis, Sir Charles Gawdye, Sir Robert; and Edward Gawdy An order as to a demurrer put in by the defendants [148]
330r Worcs 1629, Nov 12 Cornewallis, Sir Charles; and Sir Thomas Cornewallis Lord Dudley; Thomas Willmer; and Thomas Hunt Concerning the discharging of the manors of Smithwicke and Harborne and other lands and tenements purchased by the plaintiffs of two annuities. [149]
349v Staffs/Worcs 1630, Feb 11 Cornwallis, Sir Charles; and Sir Thomas Cornwallis Lord Dudley; Thomas Willmer; and Thomas Hunt Concerning the discharging of the manors of Smithwicke and Harborne and other lands and tenements purchased by the plaintiffs of two annuities. [150]
296v Cumber/London 1629, Jan 29 Counton, Sara, late wife and executrix of William Counton Garway, Henry; and William Garway executors of Sir William Garway deceased Concerning certainc customs and duties in the port of Carlisle [151]
150v Cumber 1627, May 31 Counton, William Garway, Sir William, late deceased Concerning certain customs and duties at the port of Carlisle and elsewhere [152]
130v Essex 1627, Feb 8 Creffield Nevill, Nicholas; William Nevill; Edmond Nevill; Moyses Stokes; and John Lingwood An order concerning the examination of witnesses [153]
171r Essex 1627, Oct 25 Creffield, Edward Nevill, Nicholas; William Nevill; Edmond Nevill; Moyses Stokes; and John Lingwood Concerning a certain portion of tithes arising in White Chapel and Chapel parish alias Pontsbright and other profits and hereditaments to the said portion of tithes belonging. [154]
41v London/Bristol 1625, Feb 10 Croshawe, Richard Whitson, John; and John Maile Concerning the profits of the Impost of sweet wine [155]
66r London 1625, Nov 17 Crosse, William; and Henry Paules Polhill, Edward; Anne Polhill; Robert Polhill; Nicholas Polhill; John Carpenter; and Willian Devenishe Concerning an action of covenant commenced by Edward Polhill against William Bagwell, William Sorocold, and the plaintiff [156]
60r Yorks 1625, July 7 Currer, William Cowling, Peter; and Robert Cowling Concerning a former order for dismissing the cause with costs [157]
186r Lincs 1627, Nov 15 Dale, Roger; Thomas Levett; and Margarett lady Leigh his wife Sotherton, Mr Baron Concerning a default of the plaintiffs and costs [158]
179v Ches 1627, Oct 25 Dean and Chapter of Christ and of Blessed Mary the Virgin in Chester Dutton, Richard An order as to hearing the cause and as to costs of delay caused by the defendant [159]
1v Bucks 1624, Apr 22 Denton, Sir Thomas Inglesby, Sir Richard, the elder and the younger An order for entering a decree [160]
145v Flint 1627, Apr 26 Dolben, David, prebendary of the prebend of Waynoll in the Cathedral of St Asaph Holland, David, and others Concerning a lease of the prebend of Waynoll between the plaintiffs and the defendant's grandfather [161]
326r London 1629, Nov 12 Draper, William Hide, Sir ThomasConcerning a suit commenced in the office of pleas by the defendant against the plaintiff for the sum of £9 [162]
374r Yorks 1630, June 3 Duchess dowager of Richmond and Lenox, administratrix of the Duke of Richmond and Lenox late deceased Dawson, Thomas; Ambrose Appleby Concerning the subsidy and aulnage of old and new draperies [163]
344v Yorks 1630, Feb 11 Duchess of Richmond Dawson, Thomas; Ambrose Appleby An order as to hearing the cause [164]
90r Cumber 1626, June 22 Earl of Cumberland; and Lord Clifford his son Barwick, William; and William James Concerning certain lands claimed by the plaintiffs to belong to the manor and lordship of Carlisle [165]
158r Wilts 1627, June 7 Earl of Hertford Comyn, George, clerk, vicar of Burbage Concerning tithes of certain grounds being part of the forest of Seavarnack [166]
172v Wilts 1627, Oct 11 Earl of Hertford Comyn, George, clerk, vicar of Burbage Concerning tithes of certain grounds being part of the forest of Seavarnack [167]
242r Wilts 1628, June 19 Earl of Marleburgh, lord high treasurer Ford, William Concerning certain meadow land, parcel of the bondhold belonging to the manor of Westbury St Maure and held of the Dean and Chapter of Westminster and a right of way to a certain mill. [168]
1r Bristol City 1624, Apr 15 Earl of Middlesex, lord high treasurer James, Alexander; and Edward James, heirs and executors of Thomas James deceasedConcerning a decree imposing a fine of £200 upon Thomas James for spoils of woods in the Forest of Dean [169]
246r Dorset 1628, June 26 Earl of Salisbury Cole, John, the elder; and others Concerning the extent and perambulation of Cramborne Chase [170]
11r Middx 1624, June 10 Ellis, John; and others Hargrave, Elizabeth An order as to hearing the cause [171]
13r Middx 1624, June 15 Ellis, John; and others Hargrave, Elizabeth Concerning certain houses and tenements in Rosemary Lane alias Hoglane in White Chapel [172]
18v Middx 1624, Oct 14 Ellis, John; and others Hargrave, Elizabeth Concerning certain premises in Rosemary Lane [173]
21v Middx 1624, Oct 21 Ellis, John; James Deane; Roger Langrish; William Shrimpton; and James Chamberlayne Hargrave, Elizabeth Concerning certain houses and tenements in Rosemary Lane alias Hoglane in White Chapel [174]
50r Northt 1625, May 5 Evans, Ambrose Vaughan, Edward, servant to Nathaniel Owen receiver general of Northampton Concerning arrears of rent of the parsonage of Rowell [175]
40v Derbs 1625, Feb 10 Eyre, George; Bryan Melland; Robert White; Godfrey Hasham; Thomas Brushfield; and Roger Gregory Leeke, Sir Francis, the elder and the younger (now Lord Deinecourt) Concerning tithes of lead ore obtained in the High Peak. [176]
191r Leics 1627, Nov 19 Faunt, Sir William Bent, William; and William Reade An order as to costs [177]
208r Glouc 1628, Feb 7 Fisher, Sir Edward Neale, Sir Francis An order as to hearing the cause [178]
226r Glouc 1628, May 1 Fisher, Sir Edward Neale, Sir Francis Concerning certain premises formerly decreed to belong to the rectory of Mickleton [179]
83r Bucks 1626, Apr 27 Fleetwood, Henry Bowyer, Robert; and John White Concerning the rectory and parsonage and patronage and advowson of Newton Valens alias Hanckley (in Southampton) and the parsonage and manor of Weston Underedge, Glouc, involved in certain transactions between the plaintiff William Knaplocke, Sir William Bowyer, Thomas Gotts, and George Walker [180]
205r Bucks 1628, Jan 31 Fleetwood, Henry Bowyer, Robert; and John White Concerning the rectory and parsonage and patronage and advowson of Newton Valens alias Hanckley (in Southampton) and the parsonage and manor of Weston Underedge, Glouc, involved in certain transactions between the plaintiff William Knaplocke, Sir William Bowyer; Thomas Gotts; and George Walker [181]
65v Ches 1625, Nov 17 Francis, Sir Edward; and Sir Richard Baker Cholmondley, Sir Robert; William Wright; and Randall Griffith Concerning the enclosing of certain land part of the waste ground called Willey Moore [182]
343v Devon 1630, Feb 4 French, Thomas; and others Barber, William, clerk Concerning the tithes of certain lands parcel of the King's Forest of Dartmore [183]
346r Devon 1630, Feb 11 French, William; Robert French; George Wilcocks; Anthony Langworthy; Andrewe Hannaford; Thomas French; and Peter Manne on behalf of themselves and others, tenants and inhabitants of Lidford Barber, William, clerk Concerning the tithes of certain lands parcel of the King's Forest of Dartmore [184]
48r London 1625, May 5 Garraway, Sir Willliam; and Sir Nicholas Salter May, Sir Humfrey; and Dorothy Bennett Concerning the profits of the customs, subsidies, and imposts of French and Rhenish wines [185]
338v Sussex 1630, Jan 28 Garway, Henry Earl of Nottingham; and Edward Baugh Concerning the manor of Parrock [186]
292r London 1629, Jan 29 Gewen, Thomas, & Mary his wife, executrix of Arthur Puckell her late husband Browne, Henry Concerning an account of copartnership between the defendant and Arthur Puckell for a joint stock emplyed in the trade of a mercer [187]
361r Devon 1630, Apr 22 Gilberd, Nicholas Prestwood, Thomas An order as to depositions and as to hearing the cause [188]
84v London 1626, May 4 Glover, Roger Hurdman, William; and others Concerning a review of a decree made in a cause between the Master and Company of the Pewterers and others and Roger Glover [189]
141v Notts/Derbs 1627, Apr 19 Goringe, Sir George; and Sir Edward Goringe Willoughby, Sir Percivall Concerning the coal mines and quarries of stone and slate in the moors commons and waste grounds belonging to any towns villages or hamlets parcel of the honor of Peverell fee and molestation of the plaintiffs' servants contrary to an order of the court. [190]
67r Merioneth 1625, Nov 17 Griffith, Owen Williams, Thomas; Humfrey ap William; John ap Griffith; and David ap William Concerning intrusions into a tenement and lands called Maes y Noyedd in the parish of Llanegrin [191]
107v Wilts 1626, Oct 19 Grotham, Sir Richard Bassett, Robert; William Hulett the elder Concerning the first share and swathe of grass up on assert on meadow parcel of the manor of Great Wishford and alleged by the plaintiff to belong to the free chapel of Barwick St James [192]
66r Som 1625, Nov 17 Harrington, Dame Mary; and John Harrington Blanchard, William Concerning the manor of Kateren and certain ground called Charnedowne therein [193]
76v Som 1626, Feb 9 Harrington, Dame Mary; and John Harrington Blanchard, William Concerning the manor of Kateren and certain ground called Charnedowne therein [194]
74v Som 1626, Jan 26 Harrington, Dame Mary; and John Harrington Blanchard, William Concerning the manor of Kateren and certain ground called Charnedowne therein [195]
19v Glouc 1624, Nov 4 Harrys, Phillipp; Richard Challinor; and othes Attorney General An order as to hearing the cause [196]
207v London 1628, Feb 7 Hippesley, Gabriell Cason, Edward; and others Concerning a lease of Abbotts Combe farm in Somerset [197]
166v Middx 1627, May 31 Hitchmough, William Winche, Daniel; and Sibill Winche Concerning two water corn mills called Crashe Mills and divers tenements in East Smithfield [198]
67v Yorks 1625, Nov 17 Holmes, Robert; and others Currer, William; and Giles Parker Concerning certain lands to which the King appears to have a title by certain records [199]
325v London 1629, Nov 12 Huckesley, Anne, late wife and executrix of Thomas Huckesley deceased Wilde, Dame Frances executrix to Sir John Wilde late sheriff of Hertfordshire Concerning an obligation wherein Thomas Huckesley was bound to Sir John Wilde as one of the sureties of William Malbone then his undersheriff [200]
362r Chester City 1630, Apr 29 Ince, Nicholas; and Robert Ince Stocton, Owen; and William Garfoote Concerning a bond [201]
349r Chester City 1630, Feb 11 Ince, Nicholas; and Robert Ince Stocton, Owen; and William Garfoote Concerning a bond [202]
139v London/Middx 1627, Apr 19 Ingram, Sir Arthur Attorney General; and the earl of SuffolkConcerning the payment of £750 to the King's use and matter of right arising thereupon [203]
198r London 1628, Jan 24 Ingram, Sir Arthur Earl of Suffolk; and the Attorney General Concerning an annuity payable out of the Irish Customs [204]
95r London/Berks 1626, June 22 Jones, Dame Elizabeth, late wife of Sir Francis Jones deceased Wolstenholme, Sir John; Sir Francis Castilyan; and Thomas Castilian Concerning the manor of Woodspeene and other possessions of the late Sir Francis Jones and concerning the plaintiff's marriage settlement [205]
64r London 1625, Nov 17 Jones, John; and Anthony Stubbs (entered with Jones v. Peacock) Smith, Phillipp; John Woodward; Olliver Peacock; and Edward Fawcett Concerning bonds [206]
64r London 1625, Nov 17 Jones, John; and Anthony Stubbs (entered with Jones v. Smith) Peacock or Fawcett, Peacock Concerning bonds [207]
38v London 1625, Feb 3 Jones, Seston; and William Lavington Miller, Richard, & Elizabeth his wife; and Wymond Bradburie Concerning a bond [208]
33v Derbs 1624, Nov 25 Kelley, Richard FitzHerbert, Martha Concerning a debt due from Thomas FitzHerbert the defendant's late husband to the plaintiff and concerning certain lands in the manors of Norberry and Birchwood Park [209]
304r Devon 1629, Apr 23 Kelligrewe, Sir Robert Reynell, Richard; Emanuell Davye; Francis Lawrence; William Squire; John Whitfield; Samuell Kensall; John Vennycombe; William Straunge; Clement Piddesley; Garwine Reeve; John Saunders; Henry Lake; Leonard Johnson; William Collins; Simon Lee; Walter Levett; Nicholas Leech; Tristram Hooper; Elynor Tucke; John Jellett; Robert Hooper; Roger Boult; and Henry Harris, inhabitants and owners of houses within the West Town of Crediton alias Kirton Concerning rights claimed by the plaintiff as fee farmer of the borough of Crediton with regards to fairs and markets [210]
129r Herefs 1627, Feb 8 Kirle, William Gwilliam, Thomas Concerning commissions [211]
56r Cambs 1625, May 30 Lady Jermy; and Henry Hooke Vernon, Henry Concerning two messuages or tenements and certain lands at Chesterton [212]
64v Yorks 1625, Nov 17 Langdale, George, clerk Inchbould, Thomas Concerning certain lands in Bubwith and deeds relating thereto [213]
68r Yorks 1625, Nov 17 Langdale, George, clerk Inchbould, Thomas Concerning certain lands in Bubwith and deeds relating thereto [214]
93v Flint 1626, June 22 Leigh, Robert; and Roger Midleton Williams, John, clerk; and others Concerning the profits of the tithes belonging to the church of Northopp [215]
34v Denbigh 1624, Nov 25 Lloyd, William; and John Eyton Powell, Thomas Concerning certain lands in the manors of Bromfield and Yale. The cause is postponed. [216]
105v Denbigh 1626, Oct 19 Lloyd, William; and John Eyton Powell, Thomas Concerning a tenement and lands with appurtenances in Brimbo parcel of the lordship of Bromfield and Yale [217]
302r Wilts/London 1629, Apr 23 Longe, Joane, late wife and executrix of Richard Longe deceased Nicholson, Edmond Concerning a reward for the discovery that the King had right to a duty or custom on woolen clothes. [218]
249v Herefs 1628, June 26 Lord Bergaveny Thomas, Leyson Concerning two parcels of land called Gwirglodd Stumpe and Nayadd Lloyde [219]
206v Herefs 1628, Feb 7 Lord Bergaveny Thomas, Lyson; and others Concerning intrusions into the manors of Ewyas Harold and Ewyas Lacy [220]
242v Herefs 1628, June 19 Lord Bergaveny Thomas, Lyson; and others Concerning intrusion into certain lands in the manor of Ewyas Lacye [221]
329r Warw 1629, Nov 12 Lord Brooke; Sir John Cooke; Sir Francis Swifte; Michael Mallett; William Viner executors of the late Lord Brooke; George Cope; and Thomas Kirton Whigham, Oliver; and others tenants of Knowle Manor An order for dismissing the former bills to which Lord Brooke and the executors of the late Lord brooke were not parties [222]
51r Yorks 1625, May 19 Lord Rochford Hewett, Sir John; and others An order as to hearing the cause and as to defaults of the plaintiff and costs [223]
101r Notts 1626, June 29 Markham, Gervase Williamson, Robert; and Nicholas Stringer Concerning a bond and an injunction to stay proceedings at the Common Law [224]
24v London 1624, Nov 4 Master and Wardens of the Company of Pewterers; Hugh Newton; Richard Staples; William Hurdman; Andrew Fulham late deceased; Thomas Wicharley; Raphe Powell; John Child; and others Glover, Roger Concerning dealings in tin [225]
2r Middx 1624, Apr 22 Maye, Hugh Beale, John; Ciprian Morse; Thomas Morse; and Margaret Morse Concerning a matter of account of the profits of the office of clerk of the market to the King's household [226]
87r Newcastle upon Tyne 1626, May 11 Mayor and Burgesses of Newcastle upon Tyne Errington, Anthony Concerning the erection of certain houses or buildings on certain waste land at a place called Sandgate and between a place called Sparhawke and another place called Hedwinstreames [227]
106r Newcastle upon Tyne 1626, Oct 26 Mayor and Burgesses of Newcastle upon Tyne Errington, Anthony Concerning the erection of certain houses or buildings on certain waste land at a place called Sandgate and between a place called Sparhawke and another place called Hedwinstreames [228]
300r Newcastle upon Tyne 1629, Apr 23 Mayor and Burgesses of Newcastle upon Tyne Johnson, Humfrey Concerning a brewhouse kept by the defendant at North Sheeles contrary to the privilege of the plaintiffs [229]
347r Bristol City 1630, Feb 11 Mayor and Commonalty of Bristol Morgan Richard An order as to hearing the cause and as to depositions of witnesses [230]
140r Middx/Essex 1627, Apr 19 Mewtis, Thomas; and Henry Mewtis (entered with AG v. Mewtis) Higham, Sir Richard; Sir Henry Appleton; Sir Thomas Lake; and Barnard Hide Concerning the repairing of two bridges over the River Lee called Bowebridge and Channell Bridge near Stratford bowe and a causeway between the bridges [231]
80r Bucks 1626, Feb 9 Morgan, Walter; and William Bennett Chapman, John Concerning the desposition of certain witnesses [232]
143r Bucks 1627, Apr 26 Morgan, Walter; and William Bennett Chapman, John Concerning certain copyhold lands called Bromfield and Stonehill Meade in the manor of Langley Marrish alias Langley Marris [233]
360v Northt 1630, Apr 22 Mottershead, Richard Executors and administrators of Robert Christian late deceased Concerning a bond wherein the plaintiff with one Edward Waringe was bound to Robert Christian, which bond was seized into the King's hands for payment of a debt due from Robert Christian [234]
182v Yorks 1627, Nov 8 Newarke, Thomas Herbert, Alice; Michael Fawkes; Katherine his wife; Bryan Bateson & Mary his wife Concerning certain lands in the manor of Acam [235]
182r Yorks 1627, Oct 25 Newarke, Thomas Herbert, Alice; Michael Fawkes; Katherine his wife; Bryan Bateson & Mary his wife An interlocutory order [236]
324v Warw 1629, Oct 22 Nowell, William; and others of the said tenants (entered with Cope v. Whigham) Cope, George; and Thomas Kirton An order that Lord Brooke and the executors of the late Lord Brooke shall be made parties to these causes [237]
145r Lincs 1627, Apr 26 On behalf of Abraham Johnson and others, governors of the grammar schools and hospitals in Okeham and Uppingham Concerning a sum of £20 levied on the rectories of Barholme and Stowe for a debt supposed to be by Robert Johnson clerk. [238]
332r London/Yorks 1629, Nov 26 On behalf of Anne Carrington Concerning a debt from William Carrington to Anthony Uphill levied on payment of Anthony Uphill's debt to the Crown [239]
316v Merioneth 1629, June 18 On behalf of Cader Price; John Vaughan; and Howell Morgan Concerning a recognizance satisfied by extents upon the lands of Cadwalader Price, John Vaughan, and Howell Morgan and for the penalty of which they are about to make composition [240]
252v Merioneth 1628, June 26 On behalf of Cadwallader? Price; John Vaughan; and Howell Morgan Concerning a recognizance satisfied by extents upon the lands of Cadwallader Price, John Vaughan, and Howell Morgan [241]
129v Warw 1627, Feb 8 On behalf of Clement Jole Concerning divers goods and chattels of one John Seale a debtor to the Crown [242]
158r Devon 1627, June 7 On behalf of Daniel Moore deputy and assignee of Sir Thomas Lake; Sir John Trevor; Sir Marmaduke Darrell; and Sir Thomas Bludder farmers of the impost of sea coals exported Concerning a debt due from Henry Crosse collector at Exeter satisfied by extents upon his lands at Instowe [243]
158v Norf 1627, June 7 On behalf of Daniel Moore deputy and assignee of Sir Thomas Lake; Sir John Trevor; Sir Marmaduke Darrell; and Sir Thomas Bludder farmers of the impost of sea coals exported Concerning a debt due from John Grosse collector at Yarmouth satisfied by extents upon his lands and goods [244]
165v London/Bucks 1627, June 7 On behalf of Daniel Moore one of the farmers of the impost of sea coals Concerning a debt due from Robert and Christopher Barker to Daniel Moore a debtor to the Crown and extents upon their goods and lands at Upton, Parlam, Langley, and Trer [245]
163v Lincs 1627, June 14 On behalf of Edmond Buck Concerning a debt from Edmond Buck to Sir John Buck a debtor to the King and extents for the same [246]
19r Newcastle upon Tyne 1624, Oct 21 On behalf of Edmond Morgan; John Hawkes; Edward Laverich; and John Martin Concerning certain bonds for delivery of coals. [247]
164v London 1627, June 14 On behalf of Edmond Thorold; and Sir Hamond Whitchcote Concerning the decaying of husbandry [248]
115r Flint 1626, Nov 16 On behalf of Edward Lloyd and William Edwards Concerning a bond wherein Edward Lloyd and William Edwards stood bound to Hugh Conwey a debt to the Crown [249]
139r Derbs/Beds 1627, Apr 19 On behalf of Ellen Turner late wife and administratrix of Christopher Turner deceased Concerning a debt owed by one Robert Allsopp to the late Christopher Turner [250]
257v Kent 1628, Nov 6 On behalf of George Taylor Concerning certain debts and moneys due to George Taylor seized in payment of his debt to the Crown [251]
119r Kent 1626, Nov 23 On behalf of Henry Brodnax Concerning a debt from Henry Brodnax to the Crown and from William Hall to Henry Brodnax and from Edwine Fisher to William Hall [252]
348r Suff 1630, Feb 11 On behalf of Isack Appleton Concerning felling of timber on Jermyes farm in Glemsford [253]
120r Notts 1626, Nov 23 On behalf of James Lane Concerning a bond in which James Lane as undersheriff was required to arrest and cause to appear one Gervase Sandford [254]
138v Essex 1627, Apr 12 On behalf of Jasper Dartnoll; and others Concerning the issues and profits of the manors of Bearden and Abbey Hall in Salcott [255]
110v Essex 1626, Nov 9 On behalf of Jasper Dartnoll; Thomas Gamble; Nicholas Dickins; and Jarvis Hackett Concerning a bond (due to the late King by the Earl of Suffolk) given as compensation for a lease of a wharf belonging to the Tower of London [256]
179r London 1627, Oct 18 On behalf of John Grett Concerning the payment of double customs by the sons of foreigners [257]
342v Cambs 1630, Feb 4 On behalf of Lady Hudleston Concerning certain corn seized from the manor and tectory of Wilbraham Magna and other lands extended for a debt from Sir Robert Hudleston to john Harvey assigned to the King [258]
222v London/Essex/ Lancs 1628, Feb 7 On behalf of Lawrence Courthopp; Stephen Saffold; and William Offenen Concerning a bond as to delivery of some fulling earth [259]
100r Herts 1626, June 22 On behalf of Nicholas Roberts Concerning extents upon the manor of Stockinge Pelham for a abond from Henry Hudleston to Isaac Sutton [260]
131r Lincs 1627, Feb 8 On behalf of Phillipp Tirwhit An order to repay £20 levied on the lands of Phillip Tirwhitt [261]
295r Yorks 1629, Feb 5 On behalf of Robert Fussee An order as to a bond wherein Robert Fussee and Richard Horsley were bound to the King with conditions respecting the recusancy of the said Robert Fussee [262]
34r Lincs 1624, Nov 25 On behalf of Robert Smith An order for paying to Robert Smith a sum of money levied by Thomas Taylor as sheriff of Lincoln on the lands of Thomas Browne in Belton for his debt to Robert Walthewe since assigned to Robert Smith [263]
188v Lincs 1627, Nov 15 On behalf of Robert Smith and William Hunston Robert Smith and Edward Burgh were debtors to the Crown and William Hunston of Leake was a debtor to R Smith, which debt was levied in payment to the Crown of R. Smith's debt. [264]
39r Lincs 1625, Feb 3 On behalf of Robert Willson Richard Peare and Robert Willson were debtors to the King. An order concerning sums levied on the lands of Robert and Edward Davenporte debtors to Robert Willson. [265]
320r Northt 1629, Oct 15 On behalf of Sir Alexander Temple and Sir Thomas Culpepper Concerning certain lands in Bugbrooke seized into the King's hands towards payment of a debt from one Richard Wallopp to one John Cowper but claimed by Sir Alexander Temple and Sir Thomas Culpepper [266]
338r London/Yorks 1630, Jan 28 On behalf of Sir Allen Appesley Concerning the manors of Sutton, Esingwould, and Hubye in the Forest of Galtres [267]
228v Essex 1628, May 1 On behalf of Sir Arthur Gorge Concerning a debt from Sir Arthur Gorge, George Tuke, and Richard Erswick to Richard Miller receiver general for Suffolk and Cambridgeshire [268]
252r Warw 1628, July 3 On behalf of Sir Francis Nethersole Concerning the manor of Polesworth and other lands seized for the outlawry of Sir Henry Goodere and John his son to which Sir John Nethersole's wife has a claim as daughter of Sir Henry Goodere's nephew. [269]
261v Ches 1628, Nov 13 On behalf of Sir George Vernon, one of the barons of this court Concerning a writ of privilege for stay of a suit wherein Sir Ranulph Crewe and richard Fowler clerk are plaintiffs and Sir George Vernon defendant concerning tithes of the manor of Haslington [270]
18r London 1624, Oct 14 On behalf of Sir John Wolstenholme Concerning an annuity charged upon the manor of Huntington English and Huntington Welsh and the borough of Kingston in Herefordshire extended and delivered to Sir John Wolstenholme which annuity is claimed by one Roger Glover and others [271]
301v Port of Sandwich 1629, Apr 23 On behalf of Sir Richard Yonge Concerning a bond and recognizances wherein Sir Richard Yonge was bound as customer and collector of subsidies and dues at the port of Sandwich and within all places thereto belonging. [272]
49v London 1625, May 5 On behalf of Sir Robert Sandye alias Napper; Hewett Stapers; Lawrence Greene; William Angell; George Bolles; Humfrey Robinson; Thomas Symons; Thomas Alporte; Robert Mildemay; and others Concerning bonds given as sureties for Sir Simon Harvey late receiver general of Worcestershire, Herefordshire, Shrophsire, and Staffordshire [273]
84r London 1626, Apr 27 On behalf of Sir Thomas Bludder one of the farmers of the imposts of sea coals Concerning the goods of Robert Dorrington who died owing £40 to Sir Thomas Bludder [274]
261r Kent 1628, Nov 13 On behalf of Sir Thomas Edlophe Concerning the site and boundaries of certain lands of the late dissolved monastery of St Radigundes from which a certain rent is payable to the Crown. [275]
118r England 1626, Nov 23 On behalf of Sir Thomas Lake; Sir John Trevor; Sir Marmaduke Darrell; and Sir Thomas Bludder Concerning duties on coals [276]
190r England 1627, Nov 22 On behalf of Sir Thomas Lake; Sir John Trevor; Sir Marmaduke Darrell; and Sir Thomas Bludder Concerning duties on coals [277]
263v England 1628, Nov 27 On behalf of Sir Thomas Lake; Sir John Trevor; Sir Marmaduke Darrell; and Sir Thomas Bludder Concerning duties on coals exported particularly to Guernsey, Jersey, Man, and Ireland [278]
333r England 1629, Nov 26 On behalf of Sir Thomas Lake; Sir John Trevor; Sir Marmaduke Darrell; and Sir Thomas Bludder Concerning duties on coals and the farmers' rents and accounts [279]
385r England 1630, June 10 On behalf of Sir Thomas Lake; Sir John Trevor; Sir Marmaduke Darrell; and Sir Thomas Bludder Concerning duties on coals exported [280]
222v London 1628, Feb 7 On behalf of Sir William Waller Concerning prisage of wines [281]
37v England 1625, Feb 3 On behalf of the Crown Concerning licenses to eat flesh [282]
78v England 1626, Feb 9 On behalf of the Crown Concerning neglect of their accounts by escheators and contempts committed by Edward Chamberlyn, Ralfe Ratcliffe, Tobias Rosse, Henry Taylor, Francis Gray, and Alexander Dennett [283]
209r Leics 1628, Feb 7 On behalf of the Crown Concerning the disafforestation of Leicester Forest [284]
343r Leics 1630, Feb 4 On behalf of the earl of Devon Concerning the disafforestation of Leicester Forest [285]
44r Ches 1625, Feb 14 On behalf of the present Sir Edward Fitton Concerning a debt upon a bond wherein one Sir Edward Fitton and one John Pile of Goseworth became bound to the King to carry out certain surveys and valuations of underwood and timber in the manor of Morsehowse in Staffordshire and in Shrewston, Overstonhall, Nether Stonhall, and Thorne, also in Staffordshire. [286]
119v Lincs 1626, Nov 23 On behalf of the proprietors of the rectories and churches of Barholme and Stowe Concerning extents and sums levied for payment of a debt due to the Crown by Robert Johnson clerk archdeacon of Leicester [287]
138v Denbigh 1627, Apr 12 On behalf of the sheriff of Denbigh Concerning an amercement imposed upon the sheriff for not bringing into court the body of Edward Crewe at the suit of Roger Bellott. [288]
162r Lincs 1627, Jun 14 On behalf of Thomas Gilby Concerning a sum levied on the lands of Thomas Gilby who was outlawed at the suit of William Barker but has now paid his debt [289]
159r England 1627, June 7 On behalf of William Blome bailiff of the earl of Dorset for the manor of Seavenoke in Kent Concerning neglect to account for escheats [290]
310v Bucks 1629, June 18 On behalf of William Rise and Richard Ingram Concerning suits commenced by Anne Beard and Peter Clarke against William Rise as collector of a subsidy and Richard Ingram a constable for seizing certain of their property in payment of sums due by one Thomas Beard [291]
337r Hants 1630, Jan 28 On the affidavit of Henry Sparke Concerning contempts and misdemeanors of one Thomas Taylor and others in refusing to deliver up the manor of Bradley to Sir Kenelme Digby in accordance with an order of this court and in offering a forcible resistance to the sheriff of the county and others [292]
63r Sussex 1625, Nov 10 On the affidavit of Henry Whitinge Concerning contempts and violence offered to the persons appointed to carry out a writ of the court for removing Robert Throgmorton and his assigns from a certain house and lands called Gates and Glossomes and for putting Henry Whitinge and William Relfe in possession of the same by Mary Abington, Walter Gittoes, Edward Gwilliams, John Winter, and others [293]
345r London 1630, Feb 11 On the information of Mr Sergeant Finche recorder of London re Thomas Singleton Concerning certain recognizances and a fine imposed upon one Thomas Singleton chosen to be fueller by the ward of Cheap [294]
121r Bucks 1626, Nov 23 On the motion of the Attorney General Concerning the disafforestation of Barnewood Forest [295]
127r Bucks 1627, Feb 1 On the motion of the Attorney General Concerning the allotments made to Edward Harte and John Dynham in lieu of a right of common in Barnewood Forest [296]
179v London 1627, Oct 18 On the motion of the Attorney General An order as to a writ of delivery of certain tobacco to one Raphe Akehurst [297]
244v Suff 1628, June 26 On the motion of the Attorney General Concerning a bond wherein George Acton and Thomas Hailes were bound to the King who granted the profit to Richard Williams [298]
320r Wilts 1629, Oct 22 On the motion of the Attorney General Concerning the disafforestation of Brayden Forest [299]
309r London 1629, June 11 On the motion of the Attorney General re Snowden Concerning a bond wherein Sir Egremont Thynne was bound to Thomas Singleton a debtor to the Crown, the interest of which bond is claimed by one Edward Snowden [300]
303v Essex 1629, May 7 On the petition of Thomas Digby Concerning a tenement in the parish of St Rumbald at Colchester now belonging to Thomas Digby but which formerly belonged to Adam Barwich a debtor to the Crown [301]
295v Cardigan/Merioneth/ Montgomery 1629, Feb 5 On the petititon of Sir Peter Younge An order as to a bond wherein the Lady Gwenne Price, Sir John Lewes, Sir James Price, James Lewes, and Rowland Pugh were bound to the King, the profits of which were granted to Sir Peter Younge [302]
100v Merioneth 1626, June 29 Orwick, Edward; and Hugh ap Eliza Owen alias Borwell, Ellen; and Thomas ap Humfrey Concerning a certain tenement called Erecoid alias Erevawr in the township of Dollgleder and certain other lands, houses, and buildings thereupon made [303]
34v Suff 1624, Nov 18 Page, William Tasburgh, Sir John Concerning a bond wherein the plaintiff with one John Marvin became bound to the defendant as surety for one John Oakes [304]
244v Suff 1628, June 26 Page, William Tasburgh, Sir John; and John Marvyn Concerning bonds [305]
151r Worcs 1627, May 31 Pitt, Sir James; John Culpepper; and Dame Marcye Sandys late wife of Sir Samuell Sandys deceased Collier, Henry, & Elianor his wife Concerning the amount of fine payable on the descent of copyhold tenements in the manor of Ombersley especially with regard to certain tenements called Goodmans and Reignolds in the tithing of Uphampton in the said manor. [306]
222r Salop 1628, Feb 7 Popham, John, & Mary his wife Bludder, Sir Thomas; and others An order as to hearing the cause [307]
206r Salop 1628, Jan 31 Popham, John, & Mary his wife Bludder, Sir Thomas; and others An order for postponement [308]
245r Cambs 1628, June 26 Ramsey, Edward; Robert Ramsey; and Sir Robert Heath (Attorney General) Hinson, Thomas; Roger Morden; and others, tenants of the manor of Soham Concerning rights of common in Soham manor [309]
232v Cambs 1628, May 15 Ramsey, Edward; Robert Ramsey; and Sir Robert Heath (Attorney General) Hinson, Thomas; Roger Morden; and others, tenants of the manor of Soham Concerning right of common in Soham manor [310]
359r London 1630, Apr 15 Reade, Frances, executrix of Richard Pierce deceased her former husband Salter, Sir Nicholas; Henry Garway; and Willliam Garway executors of Sir William Garway deceased Concerning a 24th part of the wine farm according to an indenture between Sir William Garway and Sir Nicholas Salter on the one part and Ricahrd Pierce on the other part [311]
360r London 1630, Apr 22 Reade, Frances, executrix of Richard Pierce deceased her former husband Salter, Sir Nicholas; Henry Garway; and Willliam Garway executors of Sir William Garway deceased Concerning a 24th part of the wine farm. [312]
161v Som 1627, June 7 Rogers, Edward Pullman, Robert; and Samuell Sandys Concerning a rent issuing out of a tenement called Thorney Mills and disturbing the plaintiff in the quiet enjoying of the royalties of all fishing, fowling, hawking, and hunting in the manor of Kingsbury and other things [313]
235r Surrey 1628, May 15 Rogers, Edward; Robirt Royden, John Hall, Richard Wapshott, John Drewe, Henry Dyndinge, and Ralphe Badger copyhold tenants (among other) of Chertsey manor Attorney General; Sir John Walter, lord chief baron of this court; Sir James Fullerton; and Sir Thomas Trevor, one of the barons of this court Concerning rthe rights of copyhold tenants in the manor of Chertesey alias Chertsey alias Chertsey Beamond [314]
325r London 1629, Nov 12 Russell, Sir William; and William Carter Hamerley, Sir Hugh; Raphe Freeman; and others of the Muscovia Company An order as to hearing the cause [315]
311v London 1629, June 18 Russell, Sir William; and William Carter Hamersley, Hugh; Raphe Freeman, alderman of London; and others of the Muscovia Company An order as to hearing the cause [316]
361v London 1630, Apr 29 Russell, Sir William; and William Carter Hamersley, Sir Hugh, alderman; Raphe Freeman; Christopher Clitherowe, alderman; Robert Bateman; Benjamin Decrowe; William Lee; and others of the Muscovia Company An order as to a commission [317]
332av London 1629, Nov 26 Russell, Sir William; and William Carter Hamersley, Sir Hugh; Raphe Freeman; and others of the Muscovia Company Concerning a tax imposed upon the plaintiffs sometime members of the Muscovia Company [318]
345v London 1630, Feb 11 Russell, Sir William; and William Carter Hamersley, Sir Hugh; Raphe Freeman; and others of the Muscovia Company Concerning a tax imposed upon the plaintiffs sometime members of the Muscovia Company [319]
337v London 1630, Jan 28 Russell, Sir William; and William Carter Hamersley, Sir Hugh; Raphe Freeman; and others of the Muscovia Company An order as to hearing the cause [320]
163r Suff 1627, June 7 Ryvett, Katherine Symonds, Edmond; Thomas Baker; and others Concerning certain copyhold lands in the manor of Rattlesdene [321]
150r Suff 1627, May 31 Ryvett, Katherine Symonds, Edmond; Thomas Baker; and others Concerning certain lands in the manor of Rattlesdene [322]
180r Suff 1627, Oct 25 Ryvett, Katherine; and Thomas Ryvet late deceased Symonds, Edmond; Thomas Baker; and others Concerning certain lands in the manor of Rattlesdene [323]
153r Worcs 1627, May 31 Sandis, Dame Mercy Nashe, Thomas; Thomas Sanders; and others Concerning a lease of the rectory and parsonage of Weston in Lincolnshire alleged to have been made by the prior and convent of the monastery of our Lady and St Nicholas of Spalding to one William Coney [324]
2v London 1624, Apr 22 Seryll, Rafe; and Robert Bould Chamber, Simon Concerning certain profits of old debts granted to Sir Thomas Sherley and to the plaintiff Seryll and others [325]
1v London 1624, Apr 29 Seryll, Rafe; and Robert Bould Chamber, Simon An order as to hearing the cause [326]
10r London 1624, June 10 Seryll, Rafe; and Robert Bould Chamber, Simon Concerning certain profits of old debts granted to Sir Thomas Sherley and to the plaintiff Seryll and others [327]
108v Worcs 1626, Oct 19 Sheldon, Francis Child, William Concerning debts and bonds and a recognizance [328]
19v Worcs 1624, Nov 4 Sheriffe, Richard Parsons, John; Judith Tompkins; and others An order as to hearing the cause [329]
118r London 1626, Nov 23 Smith, Phillipp Jones, John; and Anthony Stubbs Concerning bonds [330]
131r London 1627, Feb 1 Smith, Phillipp Jones, John; and Anthony Stubbs An order as to witnesses and despositions [331]
177r London 1627, Oct 18 Smith, Phillipp Jones, John; and Anthony Stubbs; and James Duppa An order for proceeding by bill of revivor owing to the decease of the defendant Jones [332]
303r London 1629, Apr 30 Smith, Phillipp Jones, Katherine, late wife and administratrix of John Jones deceased; Anthony Stubbs; and James Duppa Concerning certain dealings and accounts [333]
378r London 1630, June 10 Smith, Phillipp Jones, Katherine, late wife and administratrix of John Jones deceased; Anthony Stubbs; and James Duppa Concerning certain sums of money [334]
376v London 1630, June 3 Smith, Phillipp Jones, Katherine, late wife and administratrix of John Jones deceased; Anthony Stubbs; and James Duppa Concerning certain sums of money [335]
322v Warw 1629, Oct 15 Smith, Raphe Whitney, Sir Robert Concerning a certain meadow called Flaxdams in the parish of Clifton [336]
294v Warw 1629, Feb 5 Smith, Raphe Whitney, Sir Robert; and others An order as to a certain ledger book [337]
310r Warw 1629, June 11 Smith, Raphe Whitney, Sir Robert; Henry Pratt; and others Concerning the chapel of Newton and one barnyard, croft, and certain lands and a piece of meadow called Bullhooke claimed by the plaintiff under a lease from the late King James [338]
88v London 1626, June 11 Smith, Sir Richard; Sir William Russell; and William Cater Hamersley, Hugh; Raphe Freeman, alderman of London; and others Concerning a tax imposed upon the plaintiffs sometime members of the Muscovia Company [339]
51v Norwich City 1625, May 12 Soame, John, late deceased Grymes, John Concerning a statute and some bonds [340]
38r Monmouth/Bristol 1625, Feb 3 Somerset, Charles Ham, Jerom; Abell Kitchin; John Dowle; Richard Holworthye; Robert Kitchin; John Barker; and William FitzHerbert Concerning two tons of prize wines [341]
344r London 1630, Feb 4 Southwell, Donsanny Eyans, Christopher, administrator of Humfrey Tuckey deceased Concerning a judgment obtained by Humfrey Tuckey against the plaintiff in the court of King's Bench [342]
231v England/London 1628, May 15 Stanford, James Michell, Barnard Concerning fees claimed by the plaintiff as a King's messenger [343]
37r London 1625, Jan 27 Swinnerton, Dame Thomazine Wolstenholme, Sir John; Abraham Jacob; William Garwaye; and others Concerning subsidies and imposts of sweet wine. [344]
78r London 1626, Feb 9 Swinnerton, Dame Thomazine Wolstenholme, Sir John; Abraham Jacob; William Garwaye; and others Concerning the imposts of sweet wines [345]
126v London 1627, Jan 23 Swinnerton, Dame Thomazine Wolstenholme, Sir John; and others Concerning the impost of sweet wines [346]
202v London 1628, Jan 24 Swinnerton, Dame Thomazine Wolstenholme, Sir John; and others Concerning the impost of sweet wines [347]
138r London 1627, Apr 12 Swinnerton, Dame Thomazine, executrix of Sir John Swinnerton deceased Wolstenholme, Sir John; Abraham Jacob; William Garwaye; and others Concerning the impost of sweet wines [348]
274v London 1628, Nov 27 Swinnerton, Dame Thomazine, late wife and executrix of Sir John Swinnerton deceased Wolstenholme, Sir John; Abraham Jacob; William Garwaye; William Garwaie the younger; Barnard Hide; George Wilmer; Richard Bishop; Richard Warde; and William Willett Concerning duties on wines [349]
20r Hants 1624, Nov 18 Taylor, Thomas Lambert, Thomas; and Dyones Knight Concerning the manors of Bewrap, Cranes, Bradley, Stevington, Worthfaidham, Clinham Bulsden, and Bentworth, of which a twelfth part belonged to one Richard Burrell and the remainder to the plaintiff and concerning certain bonds. [350]
75r Som 1626, Feb 9 Teynte, Edward; and Richard Warre Tennant, Richard Concerning a Statute acknowledged to the defendant by one Edward Dyer with which the defendant attempts to charge the manors of Middlesowey and Otherye purhased by the plaintiffs [351]
114r London 1626, Nov 16 The Crown Gorge, Sir Arthur Concerning a bond wherein Sir Arthur Gorge was surety for Lord Cromwell [352]
55v Yorks 1625, May 19 The Crown Mynn, George, debtor to the late King Concerning certain annuities supposed to be charged upon the manors of Tribargh, Great Dalton, Little Dalton, Mexborough, and Denbigh [353]
60v Merioneth 1625, July 7 The Crown Nanney, Griffith; and John Lewis Owen Concerning extents upon a bond given as security for one David Lloyd late collector of a subsidy [354]
91v Merioneth 1626, June 22 The Crown Nanney, Griffith; and John Lewis Owen Concerning a bond given as security for one David Lloyd late collector of a subsidy [355]
14r Merioneth 1624, June 10 The Crown Price, Cadwallader?; John Vaughan; and Howell Morgan Concerning a recognizance satisfied by extents upon lands of the defendants [356]
92r Merioneth 1626, June 22 The Crown Price, Cadwallader?; John Vaughan; and Howell Morgan Concerning a recognizance satisfied by extents upon lands of the defendants [357]
66v London 1625, Nov 17 Thelwall, Sir Bevis; and Henry Richardson Ball, John; Thomas Pemberton; William Whorwood late deceased; Robert Nunne; William Wayte; John Crabb; William Tomlinson; William Smith; George Barrett; Richard Knight; Moyses Cox; Elizabeth Fisher; Robert Tilly; and Robert Tyler Concerning six messuages and six gardens to the same adjoining in the parish of All Hallowes at the Hay [358]
324r Lincs 1629, Oct 22 Thompson, Anthony Boteler, Sir Oliver; John Marshall; Gabriel Hutchinson; and others Concerning certain tithes appertaining to the rectory of Sutton [359]
188r London 1627, Nov 15 Thorold, Edmond Hoby, Sir Thomas Posthumus Concerning a bond for payment of the rent of a certain messuage in Blackfriars and for performance of the covenants of a lease [360]
189r London 1627, Nov 22 Thorold, Edmond Hoby, Sir Thomas Posthumus Concerning a bond for payment of the rent of a certain messuage in Blackfriars and for performance of the covenants of a lease [361]
244r London 1628, June 26 Thorold, Edmond Hoby, Sir Thomas Posthumus An order for giving the plaintiff more time, viz, until Michaelmas next to deliver up a house in Blackfriars to the defendant [362]
386r England 1630, June 10 Thorold, Edmond, marshall of this court Dendy, Edward, sergeant at arms attending the lord high treasurer Concerning the apprehending of sheriffs, bailiffs, escheators, and other accountants in this court that account not at the fixed times or are found indebted to the King and taking the fees due for their arrests or imprisonments [363]
258r Sussex 1628, Nov 6 Throgmorton, Robert Relfe, William; and Henry Whiting Concerning the manor of Gates and Glossomes seized into the King's hands upon the attainder of Thomas Abington [364]
257r Sussex 1628, Oct 23 Throgmorton, Robert Whiting, Henry Concerning the manor of Gate and Glossomes [365]
321v Lincs 1629, Oct 22 Todderick, William; and Sir Thomas Mounson Concerning two obligations of 1,000 marks each for payment of two several sums of £365 for the dignity of a baronet conferred upon the defendant by King James I [366]
164v Essex 1627, June 14 Tuke, George; and ___ Ediswick Miller, Richard receiver general of Suffolk and Cambridgeshire; and Sir Arthur Gorge Concerning a debt assigned to the King wherein the plaintiffs and Sir Arthur Gorge were bound to Richard Miller [367]
55r Suff 1625, May 19 Twyne, Thomas Ellis, James; and Henry Ellis Concerning a way to certain lands called Tollneys Hull [368]
51r Som 1625, May 19 Tynte, Edward; and Richard Warre Tennant, Richard Concerning an old Statute Staple without defeasance wherein Edward Deyer deceased stood bound to Richard Tennant [369]
342v London 1630, Feb 4 Uphill, Anthony Warde, John An interlocutory order [370]
150v Merioneth 1627, May 31 Vaughan, John David, Rowland; and others Concerning the boundaries of eight gavells in the commote of Penllin [371]
227r Cumber 1628, May 15 Vaux, John; and Robert Lowden Stephenson, Frances; Dorothy Stephenson; and John Rashall Concerning a tenement and certain closes in Wragmire [372]
342r Yorks 1630, Feb 4 Viscount Dunbarr Mayor, Bailiffs, and Burgesses of Hedon; and others An order as to hearing the cause [373]
376r Yorks 1630, June 3 Viscount Dunbarr Mayor, Bailiffs, and Burgesses of Hedon; and others An order as to hearing the cause [374]
377r Yorks 1630, June 10 Viscount Dunbarr Mayor, Bailiffs, and Burgesses of Hedon; William Ombler; and others An order as to hearing the cause [375]
361v Yorks 1630, Apr 29 Viscount Dunbarr Mayor, Bailiffs, and Burgesses of Hedon; William Ombler; Thomas Burton; Thomas Stevenson; Thomas Robinson; Elizeus Bonfray; Lancelot Jackson; William Lister; William Potts; John Bursthall; Thomas Savage; William Bursthall; and George Horsley Concerning certain lands and tenements and certain privileges, jurisdictions, and franchises in the town and borough of Hedon as being members parcel of the manor of Burstwicke in the seignorie and wapentake of Holderness. [376]
203v Yorks 1628, Jan 31 Viscount Dunbarr, lord constable Brake, Robert, mayor of Hedon; Thomas Burton; Thomas Stevenson; Lancelott Jackson; Elizeus Bonefray; Thomas Robinson; John Burstall; William Ombler; William Potts; William Lister; and Thomas Savidge Concerning the right and inheritance of the Corporation of the town of Headon [377]
208v Hants 1628, Feb 7 Viscount Mountague Tindall, William, clerk, vicar of Aulton with the chapels of Halliborne, Bensteed, and Kingsley Concerning the small tithes upon the manor of Northam [378]
117r Yorks 1626, Nov 23 Viscount Rochford Hewett, Sir John; and others Concerning Phirsbie Moor alleged by the plaintiff to be within the manor of Cunsborowe and a weir to a mill which ought to be repaired by the tenants of Great Dalton, Little Dalton, Brewell, Harthill, Cunsborowe, Clifton, Ranfield, and Crockewell [379]
312r Yorks 1629, June 18 Viscount Rochford, now earl of Dover Frenche, George; and Thomas Waterhouse Concerning the manor of Conysbrough and grinding of corn and other services by the tenants of Braithwell, Micklebringe, and elsewhere within the said manor [380]
37r London 1625, Feb 3 Wall, William Philipps, Augustine; Richard Clarke; and John Wellyns Concerning the buying of ten Coventry clothes violette and stannette in grain [381]
24r Devon 1624, Nov 11 Waltham, Richard; Nicholas Ducke; and Christopher Maynwaringe Courtney, Sir William; Francis Courtney; Nicholas Batten; and others Concerning the right of salmon and other fishing in the Exe [382]
343v Norf 1630, Feb 4 Warwick, Thomas Fulches, Henry Concerning a certain rent for the Castle, gaol, and Shirehouse of Norwich and premises thereto belonging [383]
361r London 1630, Apr 22 Weedon, John; and John Dynes, waiters at the custom house Filmer, Reynold Concerning an accusation brought against the plaintiffs by the defendant in the office of pleas for seizing certain tobacco. [384]
261v Bucks 1628, Nov 20 Wheeler, Hanbery; and others Kedermister, Sir John; James Palmer; William Bennell; Walter Morgan; William Wynne; and Walter Gouldinge Concerning a default of the plaintiffs and costs and as to hearing the cause [385]
203r Hants 1628, Jan 31 White, Richard; and Edmond Plowden Mason, Robert; and others Concerning security and costs [386]
294r Hants 1629, Feb 5 White, Richard; and Edmond Plowden Symonds, Thomas; and others An order as to certain depositions [387]
270r Anglesey 1628, Nov 20 White, Rowland Williams, William; and Pierce Prythergh Concerning a certain meadow alleged by the plaintiff to belong to the township and lands of Carnan Uchaff and Matislider alias Messelider and by the defendants to belong to Bodlew, Yssa alias Trefnant [388]
158r London 1627, June 7 Wragg, John Paule, Francis, & Anne his wife Concerning several bills obligatory made to one Robert Christian [389]
339v Kingston upon Hull 1630, Jan 28 Wright, Peter Nicholson, Edmond (farmer and collector of pretermitted customs) An order as to the examination of witnesses [390]
308r Essex 1629, June 11 Younge, Edward, clerk Cooke, Thomas Concerning tithes on certain lands claimed by the plaintiff as incumbent of Haydon [391]