STAC Edolph

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Edolph, Robert

  • STAC 5/E17/28 - B A - 45 Eliz - Robert Edolph v George Waller et al

Edolph, Simon

  • STAC 5/E8/4 - I D - 10 Eliz - Symon Edolphe v Robert Banes et al
  • STAC 5/E3/8 - I D - 10 Eliz - Simon Edolfe v James Child, John Whetnall et al
  • STAC 5/E1/9 - B A Rn - 25 Eliz - Symon Edolf v John Mannyng and the other riotous persons aforesaid
    • One Bill, Four Answers, One Replication
  • STAC 5/E1/2 - B A Rn Rr C I D - 29 Eliz - Oxfordshire - Symond Edolphe v Thomas Gardyner, John Wyse, William Carter, Thomas Ward
    • Bill dirty and incomplete. Possibly five sets of interrogatories. Some depositions and an abstract of depositions
  • STAC 5/E13/10 - I D - 29 Eliz - Symon Edolphe v Thomas Gardener, Thomas Warde
  • STAC 5/E13/36 - I D - 29 Eliz - Symon Edolph v Richard Tucke et al
  • STAC 5/E14/13 - I D - 29 Eliz - Simon Edolph v Thomas Gardner
  • STAC 5/E7/39 - I D - 30 Eliz - Simon Edolph v Thomas Gardener
  • STAC 5/E15/40 - I - - Simon Edolphe v Thomas Gardner

Bevan Case Index

  • Edolph v Banes - STAC 5/E8/4
  • Edolph v Child - STAC 5/E3/8
  • Edolph v Gardiner - STAC 5/E1/2, STAC 5/E7/39, STAC 5/E13/10, STAC 5/E13/36, STAC 5/E14/13, STAC 5/E15/40
  • Edolph v Manning - STAC 5/E1/9
  • Edolph v Waller - STAC 5/E17/28

Notes, Additions and Corrections

  • STAC 5/E1/2 - Adderbury parish tything customs Oxfordshire. Thomas Gardiner characterised as a vexatious litigant
  • STAC 5/E1/2 - To the second he saith that he hath heard that he the said Thomas Gerdyner served wryttes of the Complainant and of one Page and one William Hall but of no others to his remembrance. To the third he saith that the said Thos Gerdyner overtakinge Burford Syse used these threatening wordes to this deponent As you are going to Burford against me and are Surveer of my Lande and hame but I will have A wrytt for you and plye the lawe with you.
  • STAC 5/E1/9 - Verie sodenlie saying these words or the like in effect viz if your hart answer your personnage or if you have but one drop of mans blood in you or one spark of courage, cast from you your two hand sword and take your mans sword and buckler and fight with me but three or four blows and by the faith I bar to almighty god and by the faith of a gentleman I will for ever after be friend with you