STAC Barwick

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B Bill of Complaint Dr Demurrer A Answer Rn Replication Rr Rejoinder C Commission I Interrogatories D Deposition

Barwyck, John, Dorothy and Ann

  • STAC 5/B110/14 - B - 1 Eliz - John Barwicke, Ann Barwicke, Dorothy Barwicke v Gabriel Pledall, Edward Johnson et al
  • STAC 5/B77/18 - A - - Doll Barwyck, Ann Barwyck, John Barwyck v Gabryell Pleydell

Barwick, Humphry

  • STAC 5/B53/2 - B - 37 Eliz - Humphry Barwick v Nicholas Bravenor, William Tenant et al

Barwick, William

  • STAC 5/B7/36 - B A - 33 Eliz - Norfolk - William Barwick v Philip Lovell et uxor, Elizabeth alias Great Bess his maid
  • STAC 5/B6/30 - B A - 33 Eliz - Norfolk - William Berwick v Philip Lovell, Richard Costen
  • STAC 5/B103/30 - I D - 33 Eliz - Norfolk - William Barwick v Robert Costen
  • STAC 5/B97/40 - I D - 33 Eliz - Norfolk - William Barwicke v Philip Lovell et al
  • STAC 5/B2/16 - B A C I D - 37 Eliz - Norfolk - Wiliiam Barwicke v Philip Lovell
  • STAC 5/B18/8 - I D - 37 Eliz - Norfolk - William Barwicke v Philip Lovell
  • STAC 5/B55/40 - B A Dr C - 38 Eliz - Norfolk - William Barwick v Hellen Lovell, Elizabeth Coster
  • STAC 5/B80/18 - C I D - 39 Eliz - Norfolk - William Barwicke v Elizabeth Costen
  • STAC 5/B57/30 - Rn - 39 Eliz - Norfolk - William Barwicke v Robert Costen
  • STAC 5/C51/10 - Rn - 38 Eliz - Norfolk - William Barwicke v Philip Lovell
  • STAC 5/B101/7 - moved to STAC Barwell

Bevan Case Index

  • Barwick v Bravenor - STAC 5/B53/2
  • Barwick v Lovell - STAC 5/B2/16, STAC 5/B6/30, STAC 5/B7/36, STAC 5/B55/40, STAC 5/B18/8, STAC 5/B57/30, STAC 5/B80/18, STAC 5/B97/40, STAC 5/B103/30, STAC 5/C51/10
  • Barwick v Pleydell - STAC 5/B77/18, STAC 5/B110/14

Notes, Additions and Corrections

  • Earlier that decade [1590s], a widow from Garboldisham (Norfolk) who was threatened with a subpoena, said ‘that before she wold testifie anie thinge eyter against [a local gentleman] or anie that belonged unto him, she wold be torne in peces [by] wyld horses’. STAC 5/B2/16, Thomas Barwick (deposition). Hillary Taylor, The price of the poor’s words: social relations and the economics of deposing for one’s ‘betters’ in early modern England., Economic History Review (2018) https://doi.org/10.1111/ehr.12773
  • A Norfolk gentleman who deposed for the complainant (also a gentleman) claimed that Elizabeth Costens had approached him and voluntarily confessed that she had ‘forsworne herselfe against [the complainant]’, before adding that she had been ‘drawne and persuaded soe to doe by . . . hir mistris’. - STAC 5/B2/16, Edward Barwick (deposition). Costen’s case suggests that there could be a gendered pressure involved in subornation: Costen herself was approached about testifying by her mistress, Mrs Lovell, and her husband was approached by Mr Lovell. However, the evidence does not permit a more thoroughgoing exploration of this issue. Hillary Taylor, The price of the poor’s words: social relations and the economics of deposing for one’s ‘betters’ in early modern England., Economic History Review (2018) https://doi.org/10.1111/ehr.12773