STAC Fullwood

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Fullwood, John & William

  • STAC 5/F21/24 - B A - 25 Eliz - John Fullwood, William Fullwood, John Dent v William Sherington, Thomas Walbutt
  • STAC 5/F5/27 - I - 24 Eliz - John Fulwood, William Fulwood, John Bent v William Sherington et al
  • STAC 5/F27/23 - D - 26 Eliz - William Fullwood v William Sherington, Thomas Walbutt et al
  • STAC 5/F29/39 - I - 26 Eliz - John Fulwood, William Fulwood et al v Thomas Walbutt, William Sherington
  • STAC 5/F24/10 - B A - 27 Eliz - John Fullwood, John Bent v William Sherington, Thomas Walbutt

Fullwood, William

  • STAC 5/F8/7 - B A Dr - 33 Eliz - London - William Fullwoode v John Gaskine, William Hampton et al
  • STAC 5/F6/3 - I D - 34 Eliz - London - William Fullwood v John Gaskyn et al

Notes, Additions and Corrections

  • STAC 5 B35/29; B102/28; F5/27; F.6/3; F.8/7; F.27/23; F29/39; G9/19 G37/21; S.5/24; S.23/3; S.25/7; S.29/40; S.76/4; S.83/22 ODNB Fulwood [Fullwood], William (d. 1593), by Cathy Shrank Fulwood himself appeared in at least four cases in the court of Star Chamber. In 1574 he was accused of conspiracy against a painter, Raphe Brooke, a case to which Fulwood returned in 1589 when he vindicated himself by publishing A Spectacle for Perjurers, printed by Alde, comprising a perjured deposition of one John Jones, whose earlier perjury had condemned Fulwood and his co-defendant, John Doughtie, in 1574. In 1580 Fulwood was charged with inducing one Henry Franckland to write his will in Fulwood's favour (despite Fulwood's apparent responsibility for Franckland's imprisonment in the Fleet). That year he was also accused of wrongfully acquiring the rents of properties in the London parish of St Sepulchre, where Fulwood dwelt in Long Lane. During the prolonged course of this case (which also involved proceedings in the court of wards, chancery, and Guildhall), Fulwood appeared before the queen's bench charged with the stabbing and attempted murder of the key witness, Thomas Walbutt, a defrocked minister castigated in Robert Crowley's Apologye or defence of those Englishe wryters and prechers which Cerberus the thre headed dog of hell chargeth with false doctryne (1566). Fulwood's hasty temper is also apparent from the fourth case brought before the Star Chamber, where in 1590 he refuted a charge of assault on London pewterer John Gaskyn. Gaskyn had been accused by Fulwood of manufacturing false-bottomed tankards, and of manhandling Fulwood's wife, Anne, daughter of the London brewer John Wood.

see also STAC Brooke STAC Grimsditch STAC Sherington