STAC Wollascott

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

Wollascot, Edward

  • STAC 5/W64/30 - B - 33 Eliz - Edward Wollascott, Richard Babington v Michael Chambers, Edmund Meyrick et al

Wollascot, William

  • STAC 5/W63/12 - B Dr - - William Wollascot v Olyver Freeborne, John Goddard et al
  • STAC 5/W51/37 - B A C I D - 30 Eliz - William Woolascot v Jane Harcourt, Robert Freeman et al
  • STAC 5/W28/14 - B A I D - 30 Eliz - William Woolascot v Thomas Hyde, William Spencer et al
  • STAC 5/W76/24 - I D - 30 Eliz - William Wollascott Sr v Jane Lady Brydges, William Spencer et al
  • STAC 5/W26/26 - B A Rn Rr C I D - 31 Eliz - Bedfordshire - William Woolascott, William Winch v Thomas Hale et al
  • STAC 5/W79/11 - I D - 30 Eliz - Bedfordshire - William Wollascot, William Winch v Thomas Hale et al
  • STAC 5/W45/32 - B A - 37 Eliz - Bedfordshire - William Wollescott v Edward Hale, Ann Hale, John Colebeck et al
  • STAC 5/W51/13 - I D - 36 Eliz - Bedfordshire - William Wollascot v Ann Hale
  • STAC 5/W71/9 - C I D - 34 Eliz - Bedfordshire - William Wollascott v Thomas Hale et al
  • STAC 5/W38/7 - I D - 34 Eliz - Bedfordshire - William Wollascott, William Wynch v Thomas Hale et al
  • STAC 5/W20/18 - I D - 34 Eliz - Bedfordshire - William Wollascott v Thomas Hale et al
  • STAC 5/W10/36 - I D - 34 Eliz - Bedfordshire - William Wallescott, William Wynche v Thomas Hale et al
  • STAC 5/W10/7 - I D - 37 Eliz - Bedfordshire - William Wollascott v John Clarke Jr

Bevan Case Index

  • Wollascott v Chambers - STAC 5/W64/30
  • Wollascott v Freeborne - STAC 5/W63/12
  • Wollascott v Hales - STAC 5/W26/26, STAC 5/W45/32, STAC 5/W10/7, STAC 5/W10/36, STAC 5/W20/18, STAC 5/W38/7, STAC 5/W51/13, STAC 5/W71/9, STAC 5/W79/11
  • Wollascott v Harcourt - STAC 5/W51/37
  • Wollascott v Hyde - STAC 5/W28/14, STAC 5/W76/24

Notes, Additions and Corrections

  • Case Book BL Harley MS 2143 fo. 49r. Witnesses accused here of perjury not admitted again upon a trial as witness until the cause heard in a title for the same land. Wolloscott et al, plaintiffs; Hall et al, defendants: perjury which the plaintiff informed was in substance confessed and yet the defendants brought an action for the trial of the land and meant to use as witness the defendants accused of the perjury at the trial which the court staid by injunction upon an affidavit thereof made. Trinity 32 Elizabeth (kk)
  • In the 1590s, a Bedfordshire labourer was given a few pence by a gentleman for whom he had testified and told that ‘was enowghe for [his] dayes work’, but he reckoned that he was entitled to at least 4d. more because the amount that he had been given ‘was too littell because [he lost] that dayes worke’. 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/W10/36.