STAC Dakin

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

Daken, Henry

  • STAC 5/D11/24 - B A - 19 Eliz - Henry Daken v Richard Hawkins

Dakin, John

  • STAC 5/D11/30 - B A - 30 Eliz - John Dakin v Clement Leaper, Thomas Leaper et al
  • STAC 5/D41/8 - I D - 32 Eliz - John Dakyng v Clement Leaper
  • STAC 7/20/3 - - - John Dakin v Clement Leaper et al

Dakin, Nicholas

  • STAC 5/D11/34 - B - 36 Eliz - Derbyshire - Nicholas Dakin v John Carte et uxor, Ralph Smith et al

Dakin, Thomas

  • STAC 5/D33/18 - B A R Rr - 22 Eliz - Derbyshire - Thomas Dakyn v William Dakyn
  • STAC 5/D28/34 - I D C - 22 Eliz - Derbyshire - Thomas Dakin v William Dabyn
  • STAC 5/D19/27 - I D - 22 Eliz - Derbyshire - Thomas Dakyn v William Dakyn

Dakin, Thomas

  • STAC 5/D13/21 - B - 33 Eliz - Thomas Dakyn v George Carte, Richard Burgs et al

Dakin, Richard

  • STAC 5/D27/18 - B A - 37 Eliz - Richard Daken v Godfrey Northedge, John Cowley, Elizabeth Cryche, John Cryche Raulf Cryche
  • STAC 5/D20/32 - I D - 37 Eliz - Richard Dakin v John Chrych et al
  • STAC 5/D28/10 - Rn Rr - 38 Eliz - Richard Dakin, James Dowman, Thomas Dowse, Leonard Dodington, Nicholas Dier, Margery Doughty, Edward Bridgeman v John Chriche, Oliver Humphrey, Nicholas Humphrey, Robert Thurgood, Andrew Thurgood, Thomas Slaye, Richard Mason, Toby Collins, Andrew Charleton, Thomas Stephenton

Notes, Additions and Corrections

  • Case Book BL Harley MS 2143 fo. 37r. A misdemeanor in usurping the name and office of an herald by that means getting money to give arms to whom he pleased. William Dakyn for usurping and taking upon him the name of a herald by the name of Norroy king of arms, and by colour of the same title had made his letters patents of deputation to one Massey setting his hand and two counterfeit seals thereto authorising him thereby to give and take arms from whom he listed, and to collect certain fees as due to the Earl Marshal, whereby he did visit certain shires and got £39; for which he was adjudged with paper to the pillory in every shire where he thus practised and to lose one of his ears on the pillory and so to be removed to the Fleet. Hillary 22 Elizabeth (kk)