SCF 1576

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From Extracts in E159/370 [1]

Hilary Term, 18 Elizabeth

  • From Lady Dorothy Jossulyn, widow, of High Roding, Essex: £5.
  • From Richard Lucas, servant to the same Lady Jossulyn: £3 6s 8d.
  • From Edward Sworder, servant to the same Lady Jossulyn: 40s.
  • From John Escall alias Miller, servant to the same Lady Jossulyn: 40s.
  • From Robert Waskett of High Roding: 40s.
  • From John Bowles, servant to the same Lady Jossulyn: 40s.
  • From George Dybney de Colchester, Essex: £20.
  • From Christofer Johnson de Colchester: £20.


From Extracts in E159/371 [2]

Easter Term, 18 Elizabeth

  • First, from William Holwall de Wootton, Dorset, gent: £10.
  • From William Welsted de Wymborne Minster, Dorset, yeoman: £10.
  • From Hugh Browne de Loders, Dorset: £10.
  • From Thomas Forde alias Symmes de Toller Porcorum, Dorset: £10.
  • From Richard Edgerton de Loders, Dorset: £3 6s 8d.
  • From Robert Good de Newton, Dorset: £3 6s 8d.
  • From Robert Ryves alias Symes de Askerswell, Dorset: £3 6s 8d.
  • From John Wryxon de Poorestock, Dorset: £3 6s 8d.
  • From Henry Darbye de Astpudell, Dorset: £3 6s 8d.
  • From Walter Edmondes de Podletowne, Dorset: £3 6s 8d.
  • From Walter Chalcott de Helton, Dorset: £3 6s 8d.
  • From Mathew Arrundell knight sheriff of Dorset: £10.


From an enrollment in E159/371 [3] Trinity Term Enrollment of recognizances of £100 to ensure obedience to regulations for sale of French wine by William Abraham, Mathew Colclowghe, Ralph Rydley; Dominic Pytchyon, George Crowder, John Hall, and Cuthbert Buckell. The sums are not included in the fines, since they were not yet debts owed.


From Extracts in E159/372 [4]

Michaelmas Term, 18-19 Elizabeth

  • From Thomas Hylls de Chichester, Sussex: £50.

(The remainder of this extract is rendered along with the fines of 1577.)