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225v Lincs 1635, Oct 15 Attorney General Barkham, Dame Jane; Sir Edward Barkham; and Robert Barkham Concerning certain marsh lands supposed to be lately gained from the sea and withheld from the King by the defendants [1]
66r Middx 1632, June 7 Attorney General Bateman, Katherine Concerning the manor house and certain lands parcel of the prebend and manor of Tottenhall alias Tottenham Court in the parish of Pancras alias Kentish Town. [2]
67r Middx 1632, June 7 Attorney General Bateman, Katherine An interlocutory order [3]
99r Som 1633, May 9 Attorney General Baynton, Henry; John Jesse; John Corpe; Edward Mugg; David Dibbien; Jerome Barnes; Richard Barnes; Steven Symes?; Roger Sweete; Thomas Smith; Richard Perfelt; Jane Ivy; and Mary Ditty Concerning 240 acres of pasture or waste ground parcel of a tenement called Standale in the parish of Wincanton within the late Forest of Froome Sellwood sometime belonging to the dissolved priory of Tanton. [4]
28r Glouc 1631, June 16 Attorney General Berkley, Sir Maurice; and others An order as to hearing the cause. [5]
21r Glouc 1631, May 12 Attorney General Berkley, Sir Maurice; Sir Theodor Newton; Thomas Chester; and William Player An order as to hearing the cause [6]
298r London 1638, Feb 1 Attorney General Bett, Owen Concerning a debt to the Crown from one Humfrey Gravenor, which it is sought to recover out of twelve messuages in the parish of St Mary Magdalen in Milk Street, London, held by the defendant [7]
108r Wilts 1633, June 27 Attorney General Bishop of Salisbury; Sir Georege Speake; Edward Midlecott; and others Concerning the manor of Bishopstrow and other lands and certain jewels, plate, household stuff, and others goods late belonging to the earl of Castlehaven who was attainted of felony. [8]
47v Yorks 1632, Feb 9 Attorney General Bourchier, Sir John; and others Concerning the Forest of Galtres [9]
274v Middx 1637, June 22 Attorney General Bourne, Nehemiah; and others Concerning encroachments and purprestures upon the River Thames from the Hermitage to Dickshore. [10]
319r Dover 1638, Oct 18 Attorney General Brames, Jacob; and others An order as to hearing the cause [11]
328v Kent 1639, Jan 24 Attorney General Brames, Jacob; and others An order as to the rejoinder of the defendants [12]
329r Kent 1639, Jan 31 Attorney General Brames, Jacob; and others An order as to hearing the cause [13]
309r Dover 1638, Apr 26 Attorney General Brames, Jacob; Arnold Brames; Bartholomewe Windsor; Timothy Faunt; and others An order as to witnesses [14]
319r Kent/Dover 1638, Oct 25 Attorney General Brames, Jacob; Arnold Brames; Bartholomewe Windsor; Timothy Faunt; and others An order as to depositions [15]
118v Suff 1633, Oct 10 Attorney General Brooke, Sir Richard; Charles Vesey; Robert Snelling; and others An order that cause go without day. [16]
16r London 1631, Apr 28 Attorney General Burlemachy, Phillipp; Robert Delabarr; Giles Vandeputt; Leonard Sweres; and others Concerning a contribution for the suppression of pirates especially those of Argier and Tunis [17]
84r Worcs 1632, Nov 22 Attorney General Chapman, Thomas Concerning a certain parcel of ground called Stapenhall in the parish of Blockley [18]
101v Worcs 1633, May 9 Attorney General Chapman, Thomas AND v. William Sheldon; William Warmestrey; and others An order as to hearing the causes [19]
206r Oxon 1635, Apr 23 Attorney General Churchill, Giles; George Browne; Thomas Robins; John Shreeve; and Thomas Allen Concerning certain lands in Blackthorne alleged to have been given for superstitious purposes and therefore to belong to the King. [20]
208v Oxon 1635, Apr 16 Attorney General Churchill, Giles; Thomas Roberts; John Sheriffe; and Thomas Allen An order as to hearing the cause and as to a relator [21]
329v Notts 1639, Jan 31 Attorney General Earl of Chesterfield; Sir Edward Mansfield; Henry Mansfield; and others Concerning the recusancy of Henry Mansfield [22]
12r Leics 1631, Jan 27 Attorney General Earl of Devon Concerning a claim to right of common in Leicester Forest [23]
20r Leics 1631, May 12 Attorney General Earl of Devon Concerning a claim to compensation for a right of common in Leicester Forest [24]
253v Northt 1636, May 19 Attorney General Elmes, William; and others Concerning the rectory of Warmington [25]
1r Lancs 1630, Nov 4 Attorney General Fleetwood, Sir Richard; and Thomas Eyre Concerning the possessions of Sir Richard Fleetwood an outlaw and a lease made to Thomas Eyre of the manor of Newton in Mackerfield and other lands and tenements of the said Sir Richard Fleetwood [26]
88r England 1633, Feb 11 Attorney General Gooche, William; Richard Sibbes; and others Vacated on 10 March 1648 [27]
92r London 1633, Jan 31 Attorney General Gooche, William; Richard Sibbes; and others Concerning divers sums of money entrusted to the defendants to buy impropriations and for other purposes. [28]
3r Worcs 1630, Nov 18 Attorney General Greene, John; Thomas Padey; and others An order as to hearing the cause. [29]
84r Brecon 1632, Nov 22 Attorney General Gwyn, Thomas An order as to hearing the cause. [30]
67r London 1632, June 7 Attorney General Harby, Clement; Jos Harby; and Robert Charleton An order as to the pleading of the defendants [31]
266r London 1637, May 4 Attorney General Hippesley, Sir John; Sir Peter Heyman; and James Hugeson Concerning divers goods and merchandise shipped in a ship called the "Blessing" of Burnt Island in the port of Dover claimed for the King as being the property of certain Spanish merchants during the late hostility and warehoused at Dover in the storehouse of one Michael Burneley [32]
308r Do ver 1638, Apr 19 Attorney General Hippesley, Sir John; Sir Peter Heyman; and James Hugeson Concerning divers goods and merchandise shipped in a ship called the "Blessing" of Burnt Island in the port of Dover claimed for the King as being the property of certain Spanish merchants during the late hostility and warehoused at Dover in the storehouse of one Michael Burneley [33]
316v Dover 1638, June 7 Attorney General Hippesley, Sir John; Sir Peter Heyman; and James Hugeson Concerning divers goods and merchandise claimed for the King as being the property of certain Spanish merchants during the late hostility [34]
329v Dover 1639, Jan 31 Attorney General Hippesley, Sir John; Sir Peter Heyman; and James Hugeson An order as to hearing the cause [35]
140r Cambs 1634, Feb 6 Attorney General Hudleston, Sir Robert Concerning intrusions into a toft and 40 acres of land in Great Wilbraham and defacing boundaries [36]
68v Wilts 1632, June 14 Attorney General Longe, Walter; Edward Littleton; Edward Kirton; Robert Mason; William Longe; and Thomas Longe Concerning a conveyance by Walter Longe of Whaddon Manor and lands and tenements in Whaddon, Trowbridge; and Melksham; and Southwicke manor, Preston Manor, and Roddmerton Manor to the other defendants in order to defeat a fine imposed in the Star Chamber [37]
83r Warw 1632, Nov 22 Attorney General Lord Dunsmore and Lord Boteler of Bramfield Concerning the manor of Church Lawford and other lands [38]
78v Monmouth 1632, Oct 11 Attorney General Lord Herbert of Cherbury An order as to a default of the defendant and costs and as to hearing the cause [39]
78r Monmouth 1632, Oct 18 Attorney General Lord Herbert of Cherbury Concerning the manor of Lesweery [40]
46r Yorks 1632, Feb 9 Attorney General Lord Savile; and others Concerning the Forest of Galtres [41]
319r London 1638, Oct 18 Attorney General Master, Warden, and Company of Feltmakers and others An order as to hearing the cause [42]
330r London 1639, Jan 31 Attorney General Masters, Wardens, Assistants, and Commonalty of Feltmakers Concerning the searching and sealing of beavers and felts and as to duties and fees claimed by the Duke of Lenox, the king's alnager [43]
274v Kingston upon Hull 1637, June 22 Attorney General Mayor and Burgesses of Kingston upon Hull; and others Concerning the Castle and Blockhouses at Kingston upon Hull and the manors of Kingston upon Hull and Tupcotts cum Mitton and the sixth part of the manor of Sutton in Holderness and other things [44]
266v Kingston upon Hull 1637, May 11 Attorney General Mayor and Burgesses of Kingston upon Hull; and others Concerning the Castle and Blockhouses at Kingston upon Hull and the manors of Kingston upon Hull and Tupcotts cum Mitton and the sixth part of the manor of Sutton in Holderness and other things [45]
110r Bristol City 1633, June 27 Attorney General Mayor, Commonalty, and Burgesses of Bristol Concerning a pretended right of common in certain wastes in South Braham in the Forest of Selwood alias Froome Sellwood and other common in the said Forest. [46]
206v Exeter City 1635, Apr 30 Attorney General Mayor, Commonalty, and Citizens of Exeter An order that the said cause shall stand without day. [47]
214v Lancs 1635, June 4 Attorney General Midleton, Thomas; and others An order that the cause shall stand without day [48]
121r Middx 1633, Oct 24 Attorney General Moore, Marie; and others Concerning divers messuages, tenements, wharfes, and docks upon or near the Thames near Wapping and Shadwell [49]
203r Middx 1635, Feb 10 Attorney General Moore, Marie; and others Concerning encroachments upon the River Thames in or near Wapping, Shadwell, Ratcliffe, and Lymehouse [50]
281r Middx 1637, Oct 26 Attorney General Moore, Marie; Nehemiah Bourns; John Morris; and others Concerning divers messuages, tenements, wharfes, and docks upon or near the Thames near Wapping, Shadwell, Ratacliffe, and Lymehouse [51]
13v Carmarthen/Corn 1631, Jan 27 Attorney General Nanton, Sir Robert, master of the court of Wards and Liveries, & The Lady Penelope his wife An order as to hearing the cause and as to witnesses. [52]
255r Hunts/Bucks 1636, May 19 Attorney General Newman, John; Christofer Newman; and Thomas Hampson (among others) Concerning the manors of Hemingford Gray and Hemingford Abbots and certain lands once belonging to the late fraternity or guild of St Margaret and St Katherine at Fenny Stratford [53]
284v Lincs 1637, Nov 16 Attorney General Oldfield, John, son and heir apparent of Anthony Oldfield deceased; William Hobson the elder; John Hobson; Richard Hobson; William Hobson the younger; Bevill Wimberley; Martin Johnson; Christopher Greaves; William Sneath; and Robert Ram clerk Concerning the rectory of Spalding [54]
331v Oxon 1639, May 2 Attorney General Osbaldstone, Hercules; and John Neweman Concerning the manor and town of Chadlington with th appurtenances [55]
283r Middx 1637, Nov 9 Attorney General Pett, Elizabeth; John Riche; John Totton; Richard Cooper; Elizabeth Gunstgon Concerning a house in the occupation of the defendant Elizabeth Pett at Wapping and several houses, whargs, and docks in the several tenures or occupations of the other defendatns in Ratcliffe and Lymehouse. [56]
169v London 1634, Oct 16 Attorney General Pett, Phineas; Elizabeth Pett administratrix of Peter Pett the elder; and Peter Pett the younger Concerning a sum of money paid to the defendants by Sir William Russell treasurer of the Navy by a decree of the court [57]
169v London 1634, Oct 16 Attorney General Pett, Phineas; Elizabeth Pett; Peter Pett; ; and Elizabeth Barnett An order as to hearing the cause [58]
36r Middx 1631, Nov 26 Attorney General Phillpott, Gregory; John Taylor; Thomas Mace; Adry Mooter; John Hone; Thomas Cobb; John Cox; Peter Mooteham; John Bradie; and others Concerning encroachments and purprestures upon the River Thames at or near Wapping [59]
21v Middx 1631, May 5 Attorney General Phillpott, Taylor; and others Concerning encroachments and purprestures upon the River Thames at or near Wapping [60]
260r Northumb 1637, Feb 9 Attorney General Ridle, Sir Peter; Albert Hodgson; Robert Shaftoe; George Milburne; John Osborne; and others Concerning several intrusions into the manor of Benwell and into divers coal-mines within the said manor [61]
265r Northumb 1637, May 4 Attorney General Ridle, Sir Peter; Albert Hodgson; Robert Shaftoe; George Milburne; John Osborne; and others Concerning several intrusions into the manor of Benwell and into divers coal-mines within the said manor [62]
308r Hants 1638, Apr 19 Attorney General Rigges, Robert; John Perkins; Wiliam Elson; and others Concerning intrusions into a certain parcel of ground called Hulsey Marsh [63]
83r Yorks 1632, Nov 22 Attorney General Robinson, Jerome An order as to hearing the cause [64]
91v Yorks 1633, Jan 24 Attorney General Robinson, Jerome Concerning a certain piece or parcel of ground lying within the walls of the castle of Ravensworth alias Ravonsworth [65]
124r Yorks 1633, Nov 14 Attorney General Runthwaite, Nynion; John Runthwaite; Thomas Wells; and others Concerning the manors of Studley Roger and Ilkton. [66]
123r Yorks 1633, Nov 4 Attorney General Runthwaite, Nynion; John Runthwaite; Thomas Wells; and others Concerning the manors of Studley Roger and Ilkton heretofore given for the maintenance of chantry priests to have continuous forever within the Hospital of St Mary Magdalens in the parish of Ripon [67]
238r Wilts/Yorks 1635, Nov 19 Attorney General Shawe, Robert; George Towrie; and others Concerning the rectories of Uphaven and Kirkeby in Grindaleigh with their appurtenances [68]
242r Worcs 1635, Nov 26 Attorney General Shelden, William; William Warmestrey; and others Concerning certain disrespectful expressions alleged to be in the information against Robert Mason and Thomas Gates who were appointed arbitrators by the court. [69]
110r Worcs 1633, July 4 Attorney General Sheldon, William; William Warmstrey; and others Concerning divers manors, messuages, lands, and tenements in Blockley, Tredington, and elsewhere [70]
102r Worcs 1633, May 16 Attorney General Sheldon, William; William Warmstrey; and others Concerning divers manors, messuages, lands, and tenements in Blockley, Tredington, and elsewhere [71]
125r Worcs 1633, Nov 21 Attorney General Sheldon, William; William Warmstrey; and others An order as to a certificate [72]
119v Worcs 1633, Oct 17 Attorney General Sheldon, William; William Warmstrey; and others Concerning divers manors, messuages, lands, and tenements in Blockley, Tredington, and elsewhere [73]
80r London 1632, Nov 22 Attorney General Sibbes, Richard; William Googe; and others Concerning accounts of divers sums of money given to the defendants to be employed for good and charitable purposes [74]
66v London 1632, June 7 Attorney General Sibbs, Richard; William Gonge, John White; Samuell Browne; and others Concerning certain sums of money given to the defendants to buy impropriations and other possessions and accounts of the same and as to certain advowsons impropriations and other things bought with the said money [75]
34r Middx 1631, Oct 20 Attorney General Tayler, John; George Phillpott; and others Concerning encroachments and purprestures upon the River Thames at or near Wapping [76]
328v Glouc 1639, Jan 24 Attorney General Throckmorton, Sir Bingham; Sir Sackvile, Crow; and others An order as to witnesses and books and writings to be used in the cause [77]
305r Lincs 1638, Apr 19 Attorney General Tirwhitt, Sir Phillipp; Dame Elizabeth Tirwhitt; and Sir Gervis Clifton Concerning certain lands in Stamfield called Trusses Fram, the capital messuage of Apley and appurtenances, the manors of Carleton in Morland, Eaglie, North Searle, Swinthropp, and Urforth with appurtenances, and the site and demesnes of the late monastery of Urforth, the wood called bassingham Park, the manors of Stainton in the Hole, and Southrey, late belonging to Sir Edward Tirwhitt deceased and charged with a debt to the Crown [78]
2r Lincs 1630, Nov 4 Attorney General Torkesey, William; and others Concerning certain commonable grounds lying within the manor of Edworth and Isle of Axholme [79]
320r Cardigan 1638, Oct 18 Attorney General Vaughan, John; James Lewys; Richard Newell; and Henry Vaughan Concerning mines of lead and lead ore in the parish of Llanvyhangell 7 Croythen [80]
330r Ches 1639, Jan 31 Attorney General Vavasour, Sir Charles; Dame Ellinor his wife; and others Concerning certain debts owing by Sir Charles Vavasour to one Nicholas Delavale and assigned to the Crown [81]
233v Staffs 1635, Oct 22 Attorney General Watson, John An order as to hearing the cause [82]
207r Staffs 1635, Apr 30 Attorney General Watson, John, the younger; and others An order that the said cause shall be set down "eat sine die" and as to costs. [83]
317v Middx 1638, June 7 Attorney General Wetherfield, Henry; William Watkins; Arthur Cundall; Richard Vesey; Grace Whyniard; William Gamble alias Bowyer; Henry Beale; John Lune; and William Kempe Concerning encroachments and intrusions into and upon the King's possessions within the palace of Westminster and within the limits, bounds, and precincts thereof [84]
55v Ches 1632, Apr 19 Attorney General Whitby, Edward, & Alice his wife; Francis Gamull; Thomas Urmes alias Urmeston; and John Amyon Concerning certain lands and tenements formerly belonging to the nunnery of Chester leased by the bishop of Chester to one Edward Planekney [85]
141r London 1634, Jan 30 Attorney General Wright, Anne, widow of John Wright deceased; John Wright; Nathaniell Wright; Jaques Oyles; John Corsellis; Michael Corsellis; Lucas Corsellis, and others Concerning certain possessions of Sir Thomas Edmonds which the late John Wright had got into his hands and which are liable to be charged with a debt to the Crown. [86]
12v Surrey 1631, Jan 27 Attorney General Zouche, Sir Edward, lord of the manor of Woking; Robert Garrett; John Rooke, & Damoris his wife; and others, tenants of the said manor Concerning fines in Woking manor [87]
102r Ireland 1633, May 16 Attorney General (entered with Smith v. Earl of Carlisle) Smith, Sir Samuell An order for postponement [88]
328r Worcs 1639, Jan 24 Attorney General at the relation of Francis Steward Sheldon, William; Thomas Child; and others Concerning certain lands and tenements in Blockley, Tredington, and elsewhere [89]
103r Pembroke 1633, May 12 Attorney General at the relation of John Barlowe (entered with Barlowe v. Canon and Canon v. Barlowe) Elliott, John; and others An order as to hearing the causes [90]
34v Derbs 1631, Oct 20 Attorney General at the relation of Josua Galliard receiver general of Notts and Derbs Horton, Christopher; Walter Horton; and Oliver Clerke Concerning a sum of money which remained in the hands of the defendant Christopher Horton for a legacy due to Sara Clarke found by inquisition to be liable to the payment of debts to the Crown. [91]
248r Northt 1636, Feb 11 Attorney General at the relation of Sir Francis Crane Fleetwood, Sir Miles; John Cooke; John Marriott; and Francis Butler Concerning frauds alleged against the defendants in compounding for certain lands in the manor of Ashton within the honor of Grafton [92]
28r Carmarthen/Corn 1631, June 16 Attorney General at the relation of Sir Maurice Dromant Nanton, Sir Robert, master of the court of Wards and Liveries, & The Lady Penelope his wife Concerning profits of certain lands formerly belonging to Sir William Lowre deceased now in the possession of Sir Robert Nannton in right of his wife as committee of the body and lands of Thomas Posthumus Lowre her son. [93]
207v Suff 1635, Apr 30 Attorney General at the relation of The Lady Anne Blunt Brooke, Sir Richard; Charles Vesey; Robert Snelling; and others An order for dismissing the cause with costs [94]
300r London/Dover 1638, Feb 8 Attorney General by the relation of William Murray Hippesley, Sir John; Sir Peter Heyman; and James Hugeson Concerning divers goods, wares, merchandise, money, plate, bullion, and jewels confiscated during the late hostility with France and Spain. [95]
3v Berks 1630, Nov 18 Attorney General on behalf of Henry Henn fee farmer and patentee of Folley John Park Earl of Pembroke and Mongomery, lord chamberlain; Lord Powis; Lady Ellianor his wife; Sir Richard Pearcy; Sir Josselin Pearcy; Thomas Burgesse; William Hawthorne; Thomas Hilliard; John Langton; and Walter Langton Concerning the possession of the lodges houses and deer of Folley John Park [96]
22r London 1631, May 5 Attorney General on behalf of the Crown and of the East India Company Jesson, Randall; Samuell Warner; and Edward Gregge Concerning certain frauds committed by the defendants against the East India Company or against the Crown [97]
18v Derby 1631, May 12 Attorney General on behalf of the Crown and of the miners of the High Peak Deyncourte, Lord; and others Concerning the tithe of lead ore gotten in the parishes of Bakewell, Tidswell, and Hope in the High Peak [98]
220v Middx 1635, June 11 Attorney General, late Tytler, Edward; Marie his wife; and others Concerning the estate of Thomas Allablaster deceased who died an outlaw. [99]
35v Worcs 1631, Oct 20 Attorney General, late (Sir Francis Bacon) Milton, William; Thomas Powell; William Fidoe; Edward Tombes; and others Concerning certain spoils of wood supposed to be committed in Altons Wood [100]
102v Herts 1633, May 23 Attorney General, late (Sir Robert Heath) Cleaver, Richard; and others Concerning a debt from Lewis Bowles to Richard Miller receiver general of Kent and Suffolk assigned by him to the King. [101]
84v Bucks 1632, Nov 8 Attorney General, late (Sir Robert Heath) Dynham, Sir John; and others Concerning the disafforestation of Barnewood Forest [102]
185r Dorset 1634, Nov 27 Attorney General, late (Sir Robert Heath) Gyar, Thomas; John Blachford; Thomas Waltham; and others Concerning a conspiracy to avoid payment of customs at Weymouth and violent assaults on one John Gardner while in the execution of his duty. [103]
122r Monmouth 1633, Oct 24 Attorney General, late (Sir Robert Heath) Lord Herbert of Cherbury and Castle Iland Concerning the manors of Liswery and Lebeneth [104]
143r Yorks 1634, Feb 6 Attorney General, late (Sir Robert Heath) Runthwaite, Nynion; John Runthwaite; Thomas Wells; John Paylor; William Smirke; Allen Lambert; and Robert Horseman Concerning the manors of Studley Roger and Ilkton heretofore given for the maintenance of chantry priests to have continuous forever within the Hospital of St Mary Magdalens in the parish of Ripon [105]
172v Lincs 1634, Oct 30 Attorney General, late (Sir Robert Heath) Tully, William; Anthony Oldfield; and John Oldfield Concerning certain lands claimed to belong to the manor of Holbech [106]
179r Ches 1634, Nov 13 Attorney General, late (Sir Robert Heath) Wilbraham, Sir Richard; and Charles Harbert Concerning certain wastes of the manor of Songhall [107]
29r Glouc/Som 1631, June 23 Attorney General, late (Sir Thomas Coventry) Newton, Sir Theodor, late deceased; and William Player AND v. Sir Morris Berkeley; and Thomas Chester Concerning intrusions in the Forest of Kingswood [108]
214v London 1635, June 4 Attorney General, late (William Noye) Bishop of Landaffe; Sir Thomas Penyston, & Dame Elizabeth his wife; Henry Skynner; John Worsopp; William Smith; and Richard Wiche Concerning the estate of Sir Thomas Watson deceased who was indebted to Thomas Gibbes a crown debtor. [109]
216v Salop 1635, June 11 Attorney General, late (William Noye) Walcott, Humfrey Concerning the rectory of Clun and its appurtenances [110]
231r Kent 1635, Oct 12 Attorney General, late (William Noye) at the relation of Jacob Brames customer of Sandwich Haynes, William; and Thomas Rookes Concerning the allowing of the transportation of certain horses without warrant, entry, and payment of duties. [111]
234r Middx 1635, Nov 26 Attorney General, late (William Noye) Belfour, Sir William, lieutenant of the Tower of London Concerning certain goods late belonging to the earl of Castlehaven who was convicted of felony and executed. [112]
286r Dorset1637, Nov 15 Attorney General, late (William Noye) Grobham, John, brother and heir of Sir Richard Grobham deceased; and Edwared Wareham Concerning an extent upon the manor of Osmington and other lands and tenements [113]
235v Yorks 1635, Nov 26 Attorney General, late (William Noye) Malleverer, Thomas; and others Concerning certain mills at Burghbrigg alias Burroughbrigg and their appurtenances [114]
207r Kent 1635, Apr 23 Attorney General, late, at the relation of Jacob Brames customer of Sandwich Haynes, William; and Thomas Rookes Concerning the allowing of the transportation of certain horses without warrant, entry, and payment of duties. [115]
334r Carmarthen 1639, May 9 Awbrey, William; and William Samyne Harvey, William An order as to a sum of money which the plaintiffs were ordered to bring into court [116]
310r London 1638, Apr 26 Baker, Edward Hanson, Thomas; John Gardener; Steven Sedgwicke; George Robbins; Robert Collett; Raphe Flower; Judith Marshe; and Richard Mattocks Concerning several sums of money alleged to be owing to the King by the defendants for the price of divers reprisal goods brought into the port of London and other ports between the year 1625 and the year 1629. [117]
316r London 1638, May 31 Baker, Edward Hanson, Thomas; John Gardener; Steven Sedgwicke; George Robbins; Robert Collett; Raphe Flower; Judith Marshe; and Richard Mattocks Concerning several sums of money alleged to be owing to the King by the defendants for the price of divers reprisal goods brought into the port of London and other ports between the year 1625 and the year 1629. [118]
1v Westmorland 1630, Nov 4 Bancrofte, Thomas; and John Keelinge Pickering, Thomas; and others Concerning a park or enclosed ground called Crosby Gill [119]
103r Pembroke 1633, May 12 Barlowe, John; and Henry Lovell (entered with AG v. Elliott) Canon, Sir Thomas; John Elliott; and others An order as to hearing the causes [120]
125r Pembroke 1633, Oct 31 Barlowe, John; and others (entered with cross suit) Elliott, John; and others An interlocutory order [121]
275v Middx 1637, June 22 Baseley, Edward, & Anne his wife, executrix of Elias Jolly deceased Fountenay, Julian de, executor of Sir Peter Anthony deceased Concerning bonds [122]
45v Cumber 1632, Feb 9 Blencow, Anne, daughter and heir of John Blencow late deceased Bellassis, James Concerning a tenement called the Hallrigg [123]
102v Cumber 1633, May 23 Blencow, Anne, daughter and heir of John Blencow late deceased by Anthony Blencowe her guardian Bellassis, James An order as to a default of the plaintiff and costs [124]
206r Corn 1635, Apr 23 Bluett, Francis; and the Lady Jane Kelligrewe his wife Bancroft, Thomas Concerning an extent of the lands of Sir John Kelligrewe deceased, the former husband of the Lady Jane Kelligrewe [125]
301r Yorks 1638, Feb 1 Bourne, Phillipp, one of the messengers of his Majesty's Chamber Bethell, Sir Hugh; John Ibson; Henry Jeffery, clerk; and others Concerning certain fees claimed by the plaintiff for arresting the defendants by virtue of a warrant from Sir Robert Heath formerly attorney general [126]
148v Glouc 1634, May 8 Bowen, Jenkin, clerk Bartlett, Rowland; William Brand; Walter Millerd; John Millerd; and Henry Collett Concerning tithes payable out of the maor of Little Dorsington claimed by the plaintiff as incumbent of Welford [127]
253r Northt 1636, May 19 Breton, John Ward, William, clerk Concerning the tithes of certain pasture grounds and other lands belonging to the vicarage of Norton [128]
242v Herts 1635, Nov 19 Burges, Cornelius, vicar of Watford Attorney General, late; and the Lady Salton Concerning a payment formerly made to the dissolved abbey of St Albans by the vicars of Watford out of the oblations of a shrine dedicated to an image called The Lady of Pity. [129]
103r Pembroke 1633, May 12 Canon, Sir Thomas; John Elliott; and others (entered with AG v. Elliott Barlowe, George; John Barlowe; and others [130]
227r Kent 1635, Oct 22 Carey, Sir Phillipp; and John Williams Lord Wootton; William Cleybrooke; Edward Crispe; George Cleygett; Boyse Owre; Peter Ambrose; William Gouldfinch; James Dorrell; Henry Parramour; Richard Terrey; Edward Fuller; Henry Jones; Daniell Pamphlett; Adam Tirrey; and Steven Griedire Concerning the repair of a sea-wall called the Groyne or Ebfleete constructed to protect certain lands in the manor of Minster. [131]
79r Essex/Herts 1632, Nov 15 Carter, Nathaniel; and Lewis Covill Jerrard, Nicholas; and others Concerning a messuage called parvilles and certain lands in Kings Hatfield, Matching, and Starford [132]
118v Oxon/Berks 1633, Oct 10 Chamberlaine, John Halstead, Lawrence; Henry Hamer; Charles Breach; and others Concerning the farms of Eye farm and Bishops Barne in the manor of Suning and as to certain coppices [133]
169r Oxon 1634, Oct 16 Chamberlaine, John Halsteed, Lawrence; Thomas Newman; Thomas Chamberleine; Abraham Chamberleine; Henry Hamer the younger; and Charles Breache Concerning the farms of Eye farm and Bishops Barne in the manor of Suning and as to certain coppices [134]
297r Glouc 1638, Feb 1 Chetwind, Edward, dean of Bristol and vicar of Berkley Fust, Edward, clerk; Phillipp Davies, clerk; William Quinton, clerk; and Charles Bornes Concerning the small tithes and the offerings and oblations within the township of Hill alias Hull [135]
83v London 1632, Nov 15 Clobery, Oliver Jacobson, Lucas; Jacob Lucason; and others Concerning a sum of money claimed by the defendant Jacob Lucason for the freight and average of a certain ship called the "Redd Harte" [136]
103r Durham 1633, May 23 Clopton, William Tunstall, Francis; Thomas Wray; Thomas Pudsey; and Christopher Cantley Concerning divers sums of money levied by the defendants of the sureties of the plaintiff late a deputy receiver of the revenues of the Crown in Northumberland and elsewhere [137]
124r Durham 1633, Oct 31 Clopton, William Tunstall, Francis; Thomas Wray; Thomas Pudsey; and Christopher Cantley Concerning divers sums of money levied by the defendants of the sureties of the plaintiff late a deputy receiver of the revenues of the Crown in Northumberland and elsewhere [138]
124v Essex 1633, Oct 31 Clopton, William; Roger Witherington; Anthony Dale; and Thomas Clopton Nevill, Jane An order for dismissing the cause. [139]
140v Durham 1634, Feb 6 Cloxton, William Tunstall, Francis; Thomas Wray; Thomas Pudsey; and Christopher Cantley Concerning divers sums of money levied by the defendants of the sureties of the plaintiff late a deputy receiver of the revenues of the Crown in Northumberland and elsewhere [140]
177v Northt 1634, Nov 13 Compton, Sir Henry; and Francis Towneley Pargiter, William; James Walbranche clerk; Thomas Taylor; Richard Hancocke; Richard Warde; and Thomas Dadford Concerning the enclosures of certain lands in Greetworth [141]
235r Yorks 1635, Nov 26 Constable, Francis; and Francis Morris Dawney, John; John Legard the younger; Richard Warton; Anthony Wright; and Francis Palmer An order for dismissing the cause with costs [142]
117v Som 1633, Oct 10 Coteele, Thomas Earl of Thannett; Arthur Wrothmill; Rowland Braugh; William Douthwaite; and others An order for dismissing the cause [143]
3r Cumber 1630, Nov 11 Countess of Arrundell Lancaster, Thomas Concerning the tithes of hay, corn, and grain in Dacre Park, parcel of the possessions of the late College of Kirkeswald [144]
169v Northt 1634, Oct 30 Crane, Sir Francis Cooke, John; Sir Myles Fleetwood; and Sir Oliver Luke Concerning certain lands belonging to the manor of Asthon [145]
77r England/Middx 1632, Oct 11 Crane, Sir Francis Napper, Sir Robert Concerning a sum of money taken from a chest by the defendant as possessing a share in the making and uttering of certain farthing tokens [146]
77r England/Middx 1632, Oct 18 Crane, Sir Francis Napper, Sir Robert Concerning a sum of money taken from a chest by the defendant as possessing a share in the making and uttering of certain farthing tokens [147]
208r Yorks 1635, Apr 30 Davie, Katerine; Marie Davie; and Margaret Davie, daughters and coheirs of Thomas Davie deceased by Marie Davie their mother and guardian Alford, Henry; and others Concerning certain lands and tenements called Birsilland and a cottage and lands in Sutton and Sidcotts and certain closes and pastures [148]
214v Yorks 1635, June 4 Davie, Katerine; Marie Davie; and Margaret Davie, daughters and coheirs of Thomas Davie deceased by Marie Davie their mother and guardian Lister, Sir John; Henry Alford; and others An order as to hearing the cause [149]
182r Yorks 1634, Nov 20 Davy, Katherine; Mary Davy; and Margaret Davy, daughters and heirs of Thomas Davy deceased by Mary Davy their mother and guardian Alford, Henry; and others Concerning the rectory and chapel of Sutton and the site of the college or rectory of Sutton and a tenement called Bersilland alias Horton Farm or Horton Farmland or King's Hold Land; and a cottage in Sutton and a bovate of land called Bersilland alias Oxlands and a tenement in Sidcotes alias Sudcotes and certain closes and pastures [150]
140r Northt 1634, Feb 6 Dayrall, Thomas, clerk Randolph, William; John Battison; Richard Prentice; William Stamford; Christopher Dickenson; and Richard Walker Concerning certain tithes in kind out of certain lands in the parish of Preston [151]
181r Sussex 1634, Nov 13 Dean (Francis Dee) and Chapter of Chichester Wilson, William, clerk; and Alexander Wilson Concerning certain lands called Medmeny in the parish of Selsey [152]
177r Sussex 1634, Nov 6 Dean and Chapter of Chichester Wilson, Alexander; and William Wilson clerke Concerning certain lands called Medmeny in the parish of Selsey [153]
284r Staffs 1637, Nov 16 Deane, Michael Crompton, Thomas; and John Palmer Concerning certain lands in Whitgrave in the parish of the Blessed Lady of Stafford and divers moveable rents of divers inhabitants of Whitgrave called Frithfee and Wakefee and divers tithes and other things. [154]
91v Cardigan 1633, Jan 24 DeQuester, Mathew; and Josse DeQuester Vaughan, Edward Concerning certain mines of lead and lead ore and casualties thereof in the parish of Llanvihangell y Croythin [155]
18r London 1631, May 12 Dickenson, John; John Moore; and George Moore Burlamachie, Phillip; and Mathew Dequester Concerning several accusations of debt prosecuted against the plaintiffs in the office of pleas in extent upon a bond [156]
13r London 1631, Jan 27 Dickenson, John; John Moore; and George Moore Burlemachy, Phillipp; and Mathew Dequester Concerning several accusations of debt prosecuted against the defendants in the office of pleas and an extent upon a bond. [157]
299r Surrey 1638, Feb 1 Earl of Annandale Henn, Hugh; Humfrey Rogers; and others Concerning the not performing of certain covenants and articles of agreement. [158]
166r Surrey 1634, June 12 Earl of Argile; and others Countess of Anglesey; and Henry Gibb An order as to hearing the cause and as to certain leases [159]
166r Surrey 1634, June 12 Earl of Argile; Countess of Argile; Lord Hantire; and others Countess of Anglesey; and Henry Gibb; and others Concerning a capital messuage called Ashley and certain parcels of land, meadow, and pasture in Walton [160]
80v Cumber 1632, Oct 25 Earl of Arrundell and Surrey Henderson, Robert; Thomas Tyffon; William Rittson; John Hodgson; Thomas Ritson; John Pattison; John Scott; John Smallwood; John Pearson; Robert Lawson; and others Concerning a refusal of the defendants to obey a decree of the court as to the barony of Brough [161]
60v 1632, Apr? Earl of Arundell and Surrey Skelton, George; and others Concerning fines within the barony of Brough [162]
55r Cumber 1632, May 3 Earl of Arundell and Surrey, earl marshall of England Skelton, George; Robert Lawson; John Wattinson; Robert Henrderson; Thomas Tiffin; William Ritson; John Scott; John Hodgson; John Smalewood; Thomas Ritson; John Pearson; George Barne; and others Concerning fines within the barony of Brough [163]
213r Yorks 1635, June 4 Earl of Danby; Thomas Reeve;and Thomas Swinfield Guevara, Francis; and the Attorney General Concerning an extent of the manor of Ebberston with the appurtenances and of divers messuages lands and tenements late belonging to Sir Richard Etherington [164]
320v Coventry City 1638, Nov 22 Earl of Leicester Johnson, Edward Concerning a farm called Asthills grove [165]
321r Herefs 1638, Nov 15 Earl of Lindsey Harley, Sir Robert; Francis Fox; Somersett Fox; William Littleton; William Bird clerk Edward Mathewes; Ricahrd Gwilt; Jame Fletcher; and others Concerning the disafforestation of the forests of Mochtree and of Bringwood or Prestwood [166]
148r Beds 1634, May 1 Earl of Peterborough Master, Fellows, and Scholars of Trinity College, Cambridge; and John Gill Concerning the manor, rectory, and tithes of Stachden [167]
117v Hants 1633, Oct 10 Earl of Worcester Rous, Edmond; Anthony Rous; Henry Rous; and Nicholas Greenwood Concerning the defacing of the meares and bounds of certain copyhold lands belonging to a tenement called Neathly in the manor of Chaulton and the felling of certain timber [168]
59v Middx 1632, Apr 26 Elliott, William Browne, Samuell Concerning a fence or mound between a tenement at Uxbridge called The Antelopp and a tenement held by the defendants and as to a certain agreement [169]
267r Denbigh 1637, May 11 Evans, Robert Salisbury, Sir Thomas; Evan Morrice; Katherine Verch; William Wynn; Thomas ap Thomas; David ap Edward; John Thomas ap John; Jevan John Lewis; Piers ap Rees; Fulke ap Thomas; Robert ap Morris; Mathew ap Morris; John Morris; Thomas ap Hugh; William Pierce; and William Price Concerning certain lands in Beraigne Maes y Kaye Bodescaren and Tallibrin and other lands and a mill called Llewyeny mill. [170]
207v Derbs 1635, Apr 30 Fanshawe, Sir Thomas Vicar and Churchwardens of Dronfield (Governors of the Grammar School there) Concerning alleged mismanagement of the property of Dronfield Grammar School [171]
66r Derbs 1632, June 7 Foljambe, Sir Francis Alsoppe, Thomas; and others Concerning certain lands etc called The Guildes of the Blessed Mary and The Holy Cross in Chesterfield and elsewhere [172]
140v London 1634, Feb 6 Francis, Mathew Wright, Robert; Abraham Halsey; William Blundell; and Marie Hobie Concerning a bill and a debt [173]
112v Derbs 1633, June 27 Fuljambe, Sir Francis Parker, Thomas An order for awarding a supersedeas to a distringas to discharge the trial. [174]
84v Carnarvon 1632, Nov 15 Glynn, William Owen alias Glynn, Lowry Concerning a sum on money levied by one Harry Hughes late undersheriff to Robert Owen the defendant's late husband [175]
169r Cardigan 1634, Oct 16 Gwynn, Jevan Morris, Francis Concerning tithes of the rectory of Llandisilio [176]
235r Yorks 1635, Nov 26 Hanson, Jervase, & Elizabeth his wife; and Izabell Castleford Elmehurst, Richard; Thomas Roades, & Olive his wife; Gilbert Cudworth; and others An order as to dismissing the cause and as to an injunction [177]
112r London 1633, July 4 Harbie, Job; Robert Charleton; and Clement Harbie Symonds, Thomas Concerning bonds [178]
18r Brecon 1631, Apr 28 Hart, Sir Percival Herbert, Edward; and John Herbert An order as to hearing the cause [179]
80r Oxon 1632, Nov 8 Hayne, Abraham, clerk Shires, George; and George Whitney Concerning the manor of Hensington [180]
280r London 1637, Nov 16 Heydon, Sir John, Administrator of Sir William Heydon deceased Leechland, William; Francis Everton; Rowland Foster; John Francklyn; and Thomas Stevens Concerning a sum of money disbursed by Sir William Heydon being lieutenant of his Majesty's Ordinance to the defendant Everton a maker of armour plate and for stay of a suit commenced by the defendant Leechland against the other defendants. [181]
206v London 1635, Apr 23 Hippesley, Sir John Hallam, Nathaniel Concerning certain accounts [182]
17v Kent 1631, Apr 28 Horsmanden, Daniel, vicar of Goudherst Burrowes, Thomas Concerning certain tithes belonging to the vicarage of Goudherst [183]
21r Kent 1631, May 12 Horsmanden, Daniel, vicar of Goudherst Burrowes, Thomas An order as to hearing the cause [184]
252v Lincs 1636, May 19 Howard, Sir Francis; and Sir John Smith Browne, Sir John; and Lady Bagnall Concerning a parcel of land called the new buildings alleged to be part of the manor of Crofte and certain marshes, commons, wastes, and fishings part also of the manor of Crofte situate in Skignes and certain lands called Persalls lands parcel also of Crofte manor and the forbidding of courts leet and courts baron in the said manor. [185]
183v Cumber 1634, Nov 20 Hudleston, Joseph Grave, Cutbert; and others, tenants of the manor of Hutton John An interlocutory order [186]
226r Cumber 1635, Oct 15 Hudleston, Joseph Grave, Cutbert; William Dawson; and others Concerning fines and services on the manor of Hutton John [187]
41v Montgomery 1631, Nov 3 Jones, Gilbert Purs, Robert An order as to dismissing the cause [188]
78r Middx 1632, Nov 8 Kent, Francis Bowsey, Charles de; and John Brooke An order for dismissing the cause with costs and as to certain recongizances [189]
280v Devon 1637, Oct 12 Lange, William, clerk Chappell, Samuel Concerning a certain close or field alleged to be parcel of the glebe land belonging to the vicarage of Bradworthy [190]
281v Staffs 1637, Nov 16 Lawton, Robert Brooke, James; and Richard Wilson Concerning a messuage with the appurtenances called Eaves Farm in Stoke upon Trent and a messuage called Brook House. [191]
127v Salop 1633, Nov 21 Lee, Lancelott, son, heir, and administrator of Thomas Lee deceased Dovey, Francis; John Dovey his son; John hite; Thomas Bache; John Martin the elder; Humfrey Jordan; Thomas Fletcher; Elizabeth his wife; William Woolriche; Thomas Woolrich his son; Roger Perry; Richard Dovey; Francis Dovey his son; Stephen James; and others, tenants and freeholders within the manor of King's Nordley Concerning heriots, services, rents, and dues for certain lands and tenements in the manor of King's Nordley alias Nordley Regis [192]
226v Northt 1635, Oct 22 Lewis, John, & Katherine his wife Mayor, Bailiffs, and Burgesses of Northampton Concerning a messuage called St George's Hall in Abington Street at Northampton and cerrtain fish stalls in the parish of All Saints and two cottages and two gardens in Abington Street and certain stalls in Grope Lane in the parish of St Giles [193]
46r Yorks 1632, Feb 9 Lister, Anne Hildyard, Sir William; and Francis Oliver Concerning 18 oxgangs of land in the manor of Bishop Wilton [194]
45v Notts 1632, Feb 9 Lord Deyncourt Palmes, Sir Guy; William Leeke; and Francis Leeke Concerning the manor of Kawton [195]
123v Notts/Derbs 1633, Nov 14 Lord Deyncourt Palmes, Sir Guy; William Leeke; and Francis Leeke Concerning the manor of Hawton, Moreton, Pillisley, and Parkhall, and other lands and tenements [196]
161r Essex 1634, May 1 Lucas, John Gilson, William; Samuell Ottewaye; Robert Tallcott; Henry Barrington; and others Concerning the breaking down of a dam belonging to Canwicke Mille in Colchester [197]
117r Lancs 1633, Oct 31 Lucye, Sir Thomas Fleetwood, Sir Paule; Edmond Fleetwood; Robert Fleetwood; and John Browne Concerning a capital messuage with appurtenances in Thornton or Rossall and 500 acres of land and a capital messuage with appurtenances in Hackensall and 60 acres of land. [198]
225v Kent 1635, Oct 15 Maxwell, Robert Brockman, Sir William; and William Hamon Concerning a parsonage house and certain glebe lands alleged to belong to the rectory of Newington [199]
18r Dorset 1631, May 12 Mayor and Aldermen of Weymouth Crossing, Thomas An order as to hearing the cause [200]
2v Som 1630, Nov 11 Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses of Bridgewater Phillipp Woodruffe; and others An order as to a default of the defendants and costs and as to hearing the cause [201]
35v Yorks 1631, Oct 20 Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses of Doncaster Peake, Thomas An order as to the replication of the plaintiffs [202]
49v Som 1632, Feb 9 Mayor, Aldermen, and Head Burgesses of Bridgewater Woodruffe, Phillipp Concerning dues for morage, cranage, etc at Bridgewater [203]
29r Dorset 1631, June 23 Mayor, Aldermen, Bailiffs, Burgesses; and Commonalty of Weymouth and Melcombe Regis; and Jeremy Babbidge Crossing, Thomas Concerning petty customs [204]
70v Exeter City 1632, June 14 Mayor, Bailiffs, and Commonalty of Exeter Copleston, Anthony; and Thomas Coplestone his son Concerning the plaintiffs' mill in the manor of Durryard and Pines Mill owned by the defendants [205]
334v Som 1639, May 16 Michell, Richard; Bartholomew Michell; John Michell; Thomas Michell; Sir Francis Popham; Alexander Popham; and Thomas Smith Huckmore, Gregory; William Dowthwaite; Richard Spoore; Daniell Donn; and Randolph Davenport Concerning a grant of the goods and chattels, trusts, and benefits of Richard Michell and Thomas Ashford and also as to a judgment obtained by the defendants against Sir Francis Popham and others. [206]
328r London 1639, Jan 24 Morehead, William Doughlas, James An order as to security to be put in by the plaintiff [207]
2v London 1630, Nov 11 Mowse, Arthur; and Edward Mowse Griffith, Mathewe, clerk; and others An order as to a default of the plaintiffs and costs and as to hearing the cause [208]
35r London 1631, Oct 20 Mowse, Arthur; and Edward Mowse Griffith, Mathewe, clerk; Henry Alman; and Thomas Jolly Concerning the possession of certain tenements and cottages in the parish of St Mary Magdalen in Old Fish Street and for stay of a suit commenced in the office of pleas [209]
120r Som 1633, Oct 17 Oliver, Richard Selleck, William; and John Oliver Concerning certain transactions as to two messuages and 40 acres of land in Spexton and Stowye [210]
125r Som 1633, Oct 17 Oliver, Richard Selleck, William; and John Oliver Concerning certain transactions as to two messuages and 40 acres of land in Spaxton and Stowye [211]
67r England and Port of London 1632, June 14 On behalf of Abraham Dawes An order for cancelling several recognizances for Abraham Dawes as a collector of tonnage and poundage [212]
17v Som 1631, Apr 28 On behalf of Edmund Leversage Concerning a bond entered into by John Thynn and Thomas Grymes for payment of rent for a tenement in Selwood Forest [213]
175v Merioneth 1634, Nov 6 On behalf of Francis Herbert and Margaret Herbert Concerning a reprize charged upon the rectory of Llanegrin [214]
260v Hunts 1637, Feb 9 On behalf of John Newman and Christofer Newman Concerning certain reprises charged upon the manors of Hemingford Gray and Hemingford Abbotts [215]
81r Yorks 1632, Nov 22 On behalf of John Scroope alias James alias Sandford Concerning the profits of certain lands and tenements in Redmire [216]
79r Derbs 1632, Nov 15 On behalf of John Wigley Concerning the rectory of Kaynor and Codnor [217]
3v Yorks 1630, Nov 25 On behalf of Nicholas Kamerton Concerning certain moneys raised upon debts from Robert Haldenby and John Rutter to Nicholas Hamerton a Crown Debtor [218]
82v Kent 1632, Nov 22 On behalf of Robert Grymes executor of John Gilbert Concerning certain bonds [219]
215v England 1635, June 11 On behalf of Robert Walthew Concerning the payment of a debt to Robert Walthew from the Crown. [220]
292v England 1637, Nov 23 On behalf of Sir Thomas Bludder; Sir John Trevor; and others Concerning duties on coals [221]
126v England 1633, Dec 23 On behalf of Sir Thomas Bludder; Sir Sampson Darell; Sir John Trevor; and Lancelot Lake Concerning duties on coals [222]
183v England 1634, Nov 27 On behalf of Sir Thomas Bludder; Sir Sampson Darell; Sir John Trevor; and Lancelot Lake Concerning duties on coals [223]
244r England 1635, Nov 26 On behalf of Sir Thomas Bludder; Sir Sampson Darell; Sir John Trevor; and Lancelot Lake Concerning duties on coals [224]
9r England 1630, Nov 25 On behalf of Sir Thomas Lake, Sir John Trevor, Sir Marmaduke Darrell, and Sir Thomas Bludder Concerning duties on coals [225]
41v England 1631, Nov 25 On behalf of Sir Thomas Lake, Sir John Trevor, Sir Marmaduke Darrell, and Sir Thomas Bludder Concerning duties on coals [226]
165r Port of London 1634, June? On behalf of the Crown Concerning the lading and unlading of clothes woolen manufactures and haberdashery [227]
273r Yorks 1637, June 22 On behalf of The Duke of Lenox Concerning certain lands in Sterington [228]
330v Coventry City 1639, Feb 7 On behalf of the Earl of Leicester Concerning a farm called Astell Gorve [229]
19r Bucks 1631, May 12 On behalf of the freeholders, tenants, and inhabitants of Brill and Oakeley, two forest towns within the late Forest of Barnewood Concerning the disafforestation of Barnewood Forest and certain lands called Brill Hills, Pensill Waste, Stonehurst Gravelpits, and Cartbridge Waste [230]
299v Hunts 1638, Feb 1 On behalf of the gentlemen of Huntingdonshire Concerning the settlement of profers tales of reward and other fees connected with the shrievalty of Huntingdonshire, which formerly had one sheriff in common with the Ely and Cambridge [231]
39v London/Middx 1631, Nov 3 On behalf of the heirs and executors of Sir William Worthington and Walter Agard Concerning a sum in super in the accounts of the receiver general charged upon the executors or administrators of Sir William Worthington and Walter Agard [232]
29v London/Middx 1631, June 23 On behalf of the heirs and executors of Sir William Worthington; Edward Lane; and Thomas Cock Concerning several debts in charge upon the heirs and executors of Sir William Worthington deceased late collector of the chantry rents in the City of London and Middlesex and upon Walter Agard and Edward Lane and Thomas Cock his deputies [233]
155v Yorks 1634, May 12 On behalf of the inhabitants and commoners of the several townships in or near to the Forest of Galtres Concerning the disafforestation of the Forest of Galtres [234]
78v London 1632, Oct 11 On behalf of Thomas Ivatt An order as to certain gold and silver seized by Thomas Ivatt as searcher in the Port of London [235]
39r Dorset 1631, Oct 27 On the affidavits of William Kinge and John Fawne Concerning the misdemeanor and contempt of Justinian Bagg oen of the sergeants of the mace of Weymouth and Melcombe Regis in arresting John Fawne, a material witness for the King before a commission. [236]
314r London 1638, May 31 Paule, Anthony, & Hester his wife Waller, Sir William Concerning the profits of butlerage and prisage of wines [237]
174v Derbs 1634, Nov 6 Perrott, Francis Manners, Sir Roger; and Henry Westby Concerning one messuage and divers lands and tenements in Holme in the parish of Whitwell [238]
13r Kent/London 1631, Jan 27 Pett, Elizabeth, administratrix of Peter Pett her late husband; and Peter Pett Russell, Sir William; and Kenrick Edgbury An order as to a former decree and as to certain money. [239]
19v London 1631, May 12 Pett, Elizabeth, administratrix of Peter Pett her late husband; and Peter Pett Russell, Sir William; and Kenrick Edgbury Concerning certain money [240]
152v London 1634, Apr 24 Pinder, Sir Paule; Sir John Wolstenholme; Sir Abraham Dawes; and Sir John Jacob Burlamachie, Phillip; Sir William Russell; and others Concerning an interest in certain sugar duties [241]
333r Oxon 1639, May 2 Potter, Christopher, dean of Worcester Coghill, Sir Thomas; Thomas Warberton; and John Triplet Concerning tithes payable from certain lands in the parish of Bletchington [242]
216r Devon 1635, June 11 Prestwood, Thomas Dean and chapter of Salisbury; and Nicholas Gilberd Concerning certain tithes called a Mary dole out of certain parts of the parish of Malbrough claimed by the plaintiff to belong to the rectory of Totnes and by the defendant Nicholas Gilberd to belong to the rectory of West Alvington [243]
283r Devon 1637, Nov 16 Prestwood, Thomas, fee farmer of Totness Rectory Dean and chapter of Salisbury; and Nicholas Gilberd Concerning a portion of tithe of corn grain and hay called a "Mary Dole" growing and renewing in four several parts of the parish of Marleburgh. [244]
45r Devon 1632, Jan 26 Prideaux, Thomas, the elder; Thomas Prideaux his son; Thomas Harris; and Richard Harris Ford, Thomas; Thomas Ford his son; William Abarrowe; and Sir John Bruwen Concerning the toll of the market and shambles at Aishburton and for stay of several actions commenced at the Common Law [245]
98r Devon 1633, May 23 Prydeaux, Sir Peter Peter, John; John Veryard alias Miller; William Maynard; and Robert Stephens Concerning grinding of corn by the tenants of Sidmouth manor and certain new mills erected at Rodway. [246]
234v Norf 1635, Nov 26 Reimycke, Edward Parker, Sir Phillipp; John Boston, clerk; Thomas Beeston; Henry Rust; Harbert Ward, clerk; and others Concerning divers liberties and privileges within the town of Burnham Westgate alias Burnham St Mary [247]
216r Herts 1635, June 11 Roberts, Griffith, clerk Blunt, Sir Thomas Pope; Willilalm Nicols; Thomas Neale; and others Concerning a barn and certain arable land called Priestfield in the parish of Ridge and as to certain tithes [248]
199r Som 1634, Nov 10 Rocke, Thomas; Phillipp Perry; and William Perry, freeholders of certain lands and tenements in Butleigh manor on behalf of themselves and the rest of the freeholders of the said manor Levington, James; Thomas Powlett; Andrewe Whitington; Thomas Brooke; John Gutche; and William Dowthwaite Concerning the manor of Butleigh Street and Glaston; and a moor and wood ground called Southmoor alias Aldermoor in the said manor of Glaston. [249]
329r Som 1639, Jan 31 Rogers, Sir Francis; Richard Michell; Bartholomew Michell; John Michell; Thomas Michell; Sir Francis Popham; John Popham; and Alexander Popham Dowthwaite, William; Gregory Huckmore; and others An order as to a bill of revivor and as to hearing the cause [250]
2r London 1630, Nov 4 Russell, Sir William; and William Cater Alderman Hamersley; and others of the Muscovia Company An order as to hearing the cause [251]
21v Flint 1631, May 12 Salisbury, Robert Lewis, Richard; Kenrick Evan; Edward Griffith Rees; and Hugh Jones An order for dismissing the cause with costs except the plaintiff show cause to the contrary [252]
40r Brecon 1631, Nov 24 Sawyer, Sir Edmond Williams, John; William ap Rees; William David alias William David ap Jevan; Phillipp Morris; ; David Lloyd, William Jenkin; and others Concerning tolls within the town and lordship of Built [253]
309v Worcs 1638, Apr 26 Sheldon, William; and Walter Savage Attorney General; William Bury; and William Willett Concerning a bond wherein the plaintiffs were bound to the defendant Bury [254]
59v Westmorland 1632, May 3 Sheppard, George; and Mathew Sheppard Duckett, James; George Harrison; Thomas Willson; and George Lickborrowe Concerning a certain moor and waste ground called Sadgill moor and Sadgill head in the manor of Stapeley [255]
100r Som 1633, May 23 Smith, Jervase Pine, Arthur; Alexander Towse; John Borough; and Roger Waggott Concerning the payment of tithes for certain lands in the manor of Mochelney called the new demesnes [256]
30r Norf 1631, June 23 Smith, John Attorney General; Sir John Heydon; and Phillipp Eden Concerning a rent charge on the manors of Baconthorpe and Woodhalls and other lands late belonging to Sir Christopher Heydon and arrears thereof. [257]
28v London 1631, June 23 Smith, Phillipp Jones, John, deceased; Anthony Stubbes; and James Duppa Concerning a sum of money claimed by the plaintiff for his part of a stock in a Brewhouse called the Hartes Horne in East Smithfield [258]
21r London 1631, May 5 Smith, Phillipp Jones, Katherine; Anthony Stubbs; and James Duppa An order as to hearing the cause [259]
102r Ireland 1633, May 16 Smith, Sir Samuell (entered with AG v. Smith) Earl of Carlisle; the Attorney General; and others An order for postponement [260]
175r Bucks 1634, Nov 6 Stafford, Thomas Dillon, William, rector of Shenley Concerning tithes of certain grounds in Shenley [261]
150r Denbigh 1634, May 8 Stoke, Randle Lancelott, William; Kenricke Edisburg; and Edward ap John Robert Concerning a messuage and certain lands called The Crofte Roc Berve and acre Wilcock, parcel of the manor of Bromfield and Yale [262]
79r Warw 1632, Nov 8 Stonehowse, Sir James Greenewood, George Concerning an extent of the rectory impropriate of Bishops Itchinton seized into the King's hands as the lands of one Thomas Coxe. [263]
234v Dorset 1635, Oct 22 Swetman, Lawrence; and Edward Moore Woolfreyes, Henry; William Maynard; and Richard Bacheler Con cerning the tithes of Doddingsbeere mill and Chamberlaines Mill in Beere Regis [264]
119r Yorks 1633, Oct 17 Thompson, William; and Francis Thompson Richardson, Robert Concerning an oxgang of land in Elsternwich conveyed with the manor of Humbleton intruded upon by the defendant [265]
66r Oxon 1632, June 7 Trowell, Richard, & Jane his wife; Edward Miller, & Katherine his wife Gregorie, Francis; William Castle; John Bigger; and Thomas Phipps Concerning certain lands in Wootton and a parcel of land called King's Hill and a certain closed called Punlease and one close in Hardley called Little Publease alleged to be held under Woodstocke Manor [266]
330v Som 1639, Feb 7 Vanlore, Sir Peter Powell, Sir Edward; and others An order as to a deed [267]
334r Som 1639, May 2 Vanlore, Sir Peter Powell, Sir Edward; Mary his wife; Thomas Crompton; and others An order as to hearing the cause [268]
4r Yorks 1630, Nov 25 Viscount Dunbarr Mayor, Bailiffs, and Burgesses of Hedon; William Ombler; Thomas Burton; Thomas Stephenson; Thomas Robinson; Elizeus Bonfrey; Lancelot Jackson; William Lister; William Potts; John Bursthall; and George Horsley Concerning certain lands and tenements and certain privileges, jurisdictions, and franchises in the town and borough of Hedon as being member and parcel of the manor of Burstwicke in the seignorie and wapentake of Holderness. [269]
111r Notts/Surrey 1633, July 4 Walker, Mathew Lea, Henry, administrator of Robert Stokes deceased Concerning several accusations commenced against the plaintiff by Henry Lea upon several obligations [270]
17r London 1631, Apr 28 Wall, John Coker, Edward Concerning certain bonds [271]
297v Norf 1638, Feb 1 Walsingham, Sir Thomas Ramsey, Robert Concerning the manor of West Deerham and certain lands [272]
2r Surrey 1630, Nov 11 Weston, Sir Richard Wolley, Mary; Henry Wrothe, & Janes wife Concerning a watercourse made through the land of Mary Wolley [273]
2v Hants 1630, Nov 11 White, Richard; and Edmond Plowden Symes, Thomas; Thomas Elliott; George Churcher; George Forder; and Robert Wright An order as to a default of the plaintiff and costs and as to hearing the cause [274]
28r Hants 1631, June 23 White, Richard; and Edmond Plowden Symes, Thomas; Thomas Elliott; George Churcher; George Forder; and Robert Wright An order as to a default of the plaintiffs and costs and as to hearing the cause [275]
35r Northt 1631, Oct 20 White, Richard; and Edmond Plowden Symes, Thomas; Thomas Elliott; George Churcher; George Forder; and Robert Wright An order for dismissing the cause with costs [276]
49r Berks 1632, Jan 26 Wollascott, William Hide, John Concerning the erection of a new mill at Brimpton [277]
148r Yorks 1634, May 1 Wright, Roger Woodruffe, Katherine; and Fulke Woodruffe her son Convcerning costs and damages sustained by the plaintiff in defence of a suit prosecuted against him at the Common Law by one John Savill touching a close called Oxpasture in Newhay in the parish of Drax [278]
25v Denbigh 1631, Apr 28 Yardley, Roger Foster, Thomas An order as to a commission [279]
225r Durham 1635, Oct 15 Younge, Edward, clerk Porrett, Robert; Richard Moody; and John Cooke Concerning certain tithes of hay growing upon certain meadow grounds called Solmeadow and certain small and petty tithes called Brevings claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Hart cum Harlepoole [280]