STAC Southcot

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

Southcote, Elizabeth

  • STAC 7/29/41 - - - Elizabeth Southcott v John Davye et al

Southcote, George

  • STAC 5/S71/6 - B A - - George Southcote v Elizabeth Worth, Francis Sparry et al
  • STAC 5/S10/24 - I D - 6 Eliz - George Southcot v Elizabeth Worth, Francis Sparrey et al

Sowthcote, John

  • STAC 5/S39/28 - B A - 21 Eliz - John Sowthcote v William Lee, John Hele et al
  • STAC 5/S32/35 - I D - 16 Eliz - John Sowthcot v William Lee

Southcote, Thomas

  • STAC 5/S15/15 - B A C I D - 44 Eliz - STAC co Devon - Thomas Southcote v John Skyrdon, John Beard et al
  • STAC 5/S10/31 - I D - 44 Eliz - Devon - Thomas Southcot v John Beard, John Will
  • STAC 5/S82/23 - I D - 44 Eliz - Devon - Thomas Southcote v John Wyll, John Byrd
  • STAC 5/S60/26 - B A C I D - 45 Eliz - Thomas Southcott v Nicholas Sprye, Susan Skyndon et al
  • STAC 5/S75/25 - I D - 45 Eliz - Thomas Southcott v Richard Skirdon, Nicholas Sprey et al

Southcott, William

  • STAC 5/S85/39 - B - - William Southcott v Peter Prouse, Richard Cooke et al
  • STAC 5/S44/9 - B - 18 Eliz - William Southcott v Peter Prouse, Richard Cooke et al
  • STAC 5/S38/35 - I D A C - 18 Eliz - William Southcott v Pancras Shere, Richard Cooke et al
  • STAC 5/S36/1 - C I D - 19 Eliz - William Southcott v Peter Prowse, Pancrase Sheere et al
  • STAC 7/29/42 - - - William Southcot v Peter Prowse et al
  • STAC 5/S20/34 - B A - 18 Eliz - Devon - William Soutchcott v Robert Hamlyne
  • STAC 5/S64/2 - I D - 18 Eliz - Devon - William Southcot v Robert Hamlyn

Bevan Case Index

  • Southcott v Davis - STAC 7/29/41
  • Southcott v Hamlyn - STAC 5/S20/34, STAC 5/S64/2
  • Southcott v Lee - STAC 5/S39/28, STAC 5/S32/35
  • Southcott v Prowse - STAC 5/S44/9, STAC 5/S85/39, STAC 5/S36/1, STAC 5/S38/35, STAC 7/29/42
  • Southcott v Skirdon - STAC 5/S15/15STAC 5/S10/31, STAC 5/S75/25, STAC 5/S82/23
  • Southcott v Sprye - STAC 5/S60/26
  • Southcott v Worth - STAC 5/S71/6, STAC 5/S10/24

Notes, Additions and Corrections

  • STAC 5/S64/2 - claim to Spitchweek Park, Devon. Perjury at Exeter assizes.(dk)
  • To be sure, some common people were apparently happy to testify (and modify their stories accordingly) in exchange for payment. William Shepard, a miller in late sixteenth-century Devon, would depose for the highest bidder. He admitted to bragging that he ‘had 4s. a weeke of [a gentleman] for his wages [and that] if he had not good maintenance . . . he wold tell another tale’ in court, one that would ‘do [the parish] twenty poundes worth of good’ in a dispute about grain-grinding tolls. - 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 - STAC 5/S15/15, William Shepard (deposition); Henry Jewell (deposition).*Biography in