STAC co Middlesex

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NOTA BENE - These case names are approximate and very likely to be changed.

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

A

Alley v Startuppe

  • Hugh Alley of Westminster co Middlesex yeoman. STAC 5/A52/30
  • STAC 5/A52/30 - B A Dr C - 40 Eliz - Middlesex - Hugh Alley v Nicholas Startuppe, Paul Lanye et al
  • see also STAC Alley

Ashley v Mouse

  • Suzan Ashley of the City of London widow, a sole daughter and heir of property in Middlesex. STAC 5/A52/31
  • STAC 5/A52/31 - B A - 33 Eliz - Middlesex - Suzan Ashley v George Mouse, Phelix Phesey
  • STAC 5/A38/23 - D - 33 Eliz - Middlesex - Susan Ashley v Thomas Cartwright, George Mowse, Anthony Stevenson, Raph Tailor
  • STAC 5/A46/25 - I D - 33 Eliz - Middlesex - Suzan Ashley v Phelix Phesy, William Sonly, John Hill
  • STAC 5/A20/28 - Dr - 34 Eliz - Middlesex - Susan Ashlye v Thomas Cartwright, George Mowse et al
  • STAC 5/A15/1 - I D - 34 Eliz - Middlesex - Susan Ashley v Mary Mowse, Elizabeth Herne et al
  • STAC 5/A16/38 - Rn - 34 Eliz - Middlesex - Susan Ashlye v George Mowse, Thomas Cartwright et al
  • STAC 5/A30/7 - I D - 35 Eliz - Middlesex - Susan Ashley v George Mouse et uxor, Thomas Cartwright et al
  • STAC 5/A12/36 - I D - 36 Eliz - Middlesex - Susan Ashley alias Waterwarte v George Mowse
  • see also STAC Ashley

Aske v Payne

  • James Aske of London gent and Susan his wife v William Payne of Pallenswick [Palingswick] Middlesex. An Inn called the Sign of the Red Lyon in new Brayneford Middlesex. STAC 5/A5/30
  • STAC 5/A5/30 - B Dr - 39 Eliz - Middlesex - James Aske et Susan uxor v William Payne et uxor, Henry Bristow
  • see also STAC Aske

Aunsell v Davey

  • STAC 5/A5/33 - B A - 26 Eliz - Middlesex - John Aunsell v William Davye, Thomas Ballinger, James Wylde, Symond Strete et al
  • STAC 5/A54/6 - I D - 26 Eliz - Middlesex - John Amwell v Thomas Ballenger
  • see also STAC Auncell

B

Briskett v Hellen

  • Michael Briskett of London. Fraud. Conveyance of water corn mill & paper mill at Colbrooke. Middx which had been security for a large loan from the complt.(dk) - STAC 5/B3/24
  • STAC 5/B3/24 - B A - Mich 44/45 Eliz - Middlesex - Michael Briskett v John Turner, John Hellen
  • STAC 5/B45/9 - I D - 45 Eliz - Middlesex - Michael Briskett v John Hellen et al
  • see also STAC Briskett

C

Cotton v Holden

  • James Blunt Lord Momnay and Lady Katherine his wife were seized of a house in High Holbourne Midd. STAC 5/C14/8
  • STAC 5/C14/8 - B A Rn - 22 Eliz - Middlesex - Sir Thomas Cotton v Nicholas Houlden, William Perry
  • STAC 5/C60/12 - I D - 23 Eliz - Middlesex - Sir Thomas Cotton v Nicholas Holden, William Perry
  • see also STAC Cotton

Counsell v Yorke

  • Thomas Counsell gent v Bartholemew Yorke late of Twickenham, Middlesex. Joanne Platt widow of Roger Platt late of London, Merchant Taylor, deceased. STAC 5/C1/11
  • STAC 5/C1/11 - B A - 14 Eliz - Middlesex - Thomas Counsell gent v Bartholemew Yorke, Edward Dickenson, Anthony Martyn, Thomas Yorke, Richard Neelson, James Asheton
  • STAC 5/C11/39 - I D - 15 Eliz - Middlesex - Thomas Councell v Bartholemew Yorke
  • STAC 7/19/56 - - - Middlesex - Thomas Counsell v Bartholomew Yorke et al
  • STAC 5/C24/29 - I D - 15 Eliz - Middlesex - Thomas Councell v Anthony Martyn, Thomas Yorke
  • see also STAC Counsell

D

Daniell v Vaghan

  • TNA Note: Hackney: Embezzlement of goods and corrupt sale of the parsonage. Edward Vaghan et al, commissioners for sequestering complainant's property. STAC 7/11/28
  • STAC 7/11/28 - - - Middlesex - John Daniell v Edward Vaghan et al
  • see also STAC Daniel

E

Elmer v Linnett

  • Interrogatories to be ministered to John Argall, John Newton & Nicho Heynes Edward Elmer complt against Ipolito Lynnell deft, include: Do you know Edward Elmer, citizen & grocer of London & Ipolito Lynnell of Hackney. Do you know that Mathew Feilde was owner of a house & orchard in Hackney, Middx. Do you know that the old brook that comes from the Stonebrydge in Church Street did run near the fish pond that was in the said orchard into a pightell at the east end of the said orchard beyong the ash trees there, and do the said trees stand in Church Field. Do you know who stopped and filled up the old brook and caused a new brook to be made and cut out of the field called Church Field. Refs to a trial at assizes between the Elmer and Will Thatcher. (dk) - STAC 5/E10/7
  • Interrogatories to be ministered to Robert Danyell, [blank] Turke & others on behalf of Edward Elmer, include: Do you know that William Thatcher prosecuted an assise against Edward Elmer & others. Do you know that the said Ipolito Lynnell was brought in as a witness on behalf of William Thatcher. (dk) - STAC 5/E10/7
  • Interrogatories to be ministered on behalf of [Edward] Elmer complt against Hypollyto Lynnel deft to Christopher Fysher & others. (dk) - STAC 5/E10/7
  • STAC 5/E10/7 - B A Rn I D - 29 Eliz - Middlesex - Edward Elmer v Hippollito Lynnell
  • STAC 5/E12/4 - I D - 29 Eliz - Middlesex - Edward Elmer v Hippollito Linnett
  • STAC 5/E7/29 - I D - 30 Eliz - Middlesex - Edward Elmer v Hipoilito Linnett
  • See also STAC Elmer

Emerson v Sheppard

  • Messuage, land etc in the manor of Istellworth Sion [Middx]. Deft Thomas Shepperd is citizen & draper of London.(dk) - STAC 5/E6/35
  • STAC 5/E6/35 - I D - 28 Eliz - Middlesex - Thomas Emerson, John Browne v Thomas Shepard et al
  • STAC 5/E10/13 - A - 38 Eliz - Middlesex - Thomas Emerson, John Browne v Thomas Sheppard et al
  • see also STAC Emerson

F

Fox v Trovell

  • Edmonde Foxe of Clements Inn, Middlesex. STAC 5/F2/3
  • STAC 5/F2/3 - B - 18 Eliz - Middlesex - Edmond Fox v Richard Trovell, George Pycharde et al
  • see also STAC Fox

G

Gooch & Aldridge v Worliche

  • Case Book Report STAC 5/G39/20r
  • STAC 5/G44/28 - Rr - 35 Eliz - Middlesex - Richard Gooche, John Aldrich v Richard Worliche, Edward Partridge et al
  • STAC 5/G34/26 - I D - 36 Eliz - Middlesex - Richard Gooch, John Aldridge v Robert Werlitch et al
  • STAC 5/G39/20 - B A Rn I D - 35 Eliz - Middlesex - Richard Gooch, John Aldridge v Robert Werlitch, Thomas Whetcraft et al
  • STAC 5/G32/29 - I D - 34 Eliz - Middlesex - Richard Gooche, John Aldrich v Richard Worlrich
  • STAC 5/G30/21 - I D - 35 Eliz - Middlesex - Richard Gooch v Robert Werlitch et al
  • See also STAC Gooch

H

I J

Justice v Vaughan

  • Assault, swords and daggers, Holborne. STAC 5/J3/27
  • Case Book BL Harley MS 2143 fo. 13v. Only 2 defendants and yet the one convicted for a riot and outrage done to the plaintiff being a constable. William Justice, plaintiff; Henry Winston and Thomas Vaughan, defendants: for a riot and outrage, the said Winston in his answers confessed he had disobeyed a proclamation made for reformation of long swords and daggers and had hurt the plaintiff (being a constable)
  • STAC 5/J6/4 - B A - 22 Eliz - Middlesex - William Justice v Thomas Vaughan, Henry Winston et al
  • STAC 5/J3/27 - I D - 23 Eliz - Middlesex - William Justice v Thomas Vaughan, Henry Wynston
  • see also STAC Justice

K

L

M

Mellershe, Richard

  • Interrogatories on the part of Richard Mellarshe and Richard Crosse Complts unto Geofferey Buckfold one of the defts. About a Lease made in the late dwelling house of Philip Barton without Temple Bar. Deposition: Geffery Buckfould of Brayneford (now Brentford) Middlesex, gent, STAC 5/M1/4
  • STAC 5/M14/2 - B A Rn Rr I - 30 Eliz - Middlesex - Richard Mellershe, Richard Crosse v Nicholas Lawrence, William Dove et al
  • STAC 5/M1/4 - I D - 30 Eliz - Middlesex - Richard Mellarshe, Richard Cross v Geoffrey Buckford, Philip Barton
  • STAC 5/M10/16 - I D - 30 Eliz - Middlesex - Richard Mellershe, Richard Crosse v Philip Barton, Lawrence Nicholson et al
  • STAC 5/M49/33 - I D - 31 Eliz - Middlesex - Richard Mellersh v Nicholas Lawrence, Philip Barton
  • STAC 5/M56/9 - I D - 31 Eliz - Middlesex - Richard Mellorsh v Jeffry Buckfold, Philip Barton et al
  • STAC 5/M56/15 - I D - 31 Eliz - Middlesex - Richard Mellersh v Susan Ellicock, Thomas Ellicock, John Blackman et al
  • STAC 5/M57/13 - I D - 31 Eliz - Middlesex - Richard Mellersh, Richard Crosse v William Dove et al
  • STAC 5/M57/32 - I D - 31 Eliz - Middlesex - Richard Mellersh v William Dove, Geoffry Buckefold et al
  • STAC 5/M39/14 - I D - 31 Eliz - Middlesex - Richard Mellersh et al v William Dove et al
  • STAC 5/M31/3 - I D - 31 Eliz - Middlesex - Richard Mellersh et al v William Dove et al
  • STAC 5/M21/17 - I D - 31 Eliz - Middlesex - Richard Mellersh et al v William Dove, Alan Downer et al
  • see also STAC Mellersh

N

Nevill v Taylor

  • Susanne Nevell of Littleton in co Middlesex, widow. STAC 5/N1/37
  • STAC 5/N1/37 - B - - Middlesex - Susan Nevill v Robert Taylor
  • see also STAC Neville

O

Onslowe v Pinchbeck

  • Lease of lands in Hillingdon, Middx & suit in Kings Bench. Forgery of deed & perjury. Ref also to suit in Star Chamber, John Robinson of Woxbridge, Middx, decd v Willm Pynchebeck, Geoffrey Preston et al, see also STAC Robinson (dk) - STAC 5/O7/26
  • STAC 5/O7/26 - B Dr - 22 Eliz - Middlesex - William Onslowe v William Pynchbeck, Geoffrey Preston, William Herberd et al
  • see also STAC Onslowe

P

Prickett v Knight

  • Ints: words spoken in Clement’s Inn “say that you would rather see then all hanged then you would foresware yourself what consideration was given or promised you for deposing in this cause. Deponent: Abel Myer of Allcombe co Kent - STAC 5/P8/21
  • STAC 5/P5/9 - B A Rn C I D - 40 Eliz - Middlesex - Robert Pricket v Nicholas Barnes, William Knight
  • STAC 5/P52/34 - I D - 41 Eliz - Middlesex - Robert Prickett v William Knight, Nicholas Bownies
  • STAC 5/P57/39 - I D - 40 Eliz - Middlesex - Robert Prickett v William Knight, Nicholas Barnes
  • STAC 5/P47/9 - I D - 40 Eliz - Middlesex - Robert Prickett v William Knight, Nicholas Barnes
  • STAC 5/P42/30 - I D - 43 Eliz - Middlesex - Robert Prickett v William Knight
  • STAC 5/P39/3 - D - 43 Eliz - Middlesex - Robert Pryckett v William Knight, Nicholas Barnes
  • STAC 5/P33/34 - I D - 42 Eliz - Middlesex - Robert Prickett v William Knight, Nicholas Barnes
  • STAC 5/P8/21 - I D - 43 Eliz - Middlesex - Robert Prickett v William Knight et al
  • STAC 5/P10/26 - I D - 41 Eliz - Middlesex - Robert Prickett v Nicholas Barnes, William Knighte
  • STAC 5/P12/38 - I D - 41 Eliz - Middlesex - Robert Prickett v William Knight, Nicholas Barnes
  • STAC 5/P15/38 - I D - 40 Eliz - Middlesex - Robert Prickett v William Knight et al
  • STAC 5/P9/13 - I D - 41 Eliz - Middlesex - Thomas Prickett v William Knight, Richard Barnes
  • STAC 5/P16/23 - I D - 40 Eliz - Middlesex - Robert Prickett v John Oldham, Abel Wyer et al
  • see also STAC Prickett

Q

R

Robinson v Pinchbeck

  • STAC 7/5/5 - TNA Note: Perjury concerning title to land in Hillingdon.
  • Case Book Report STAC 5/R26/11r
  • STAC 5/R26/11 - A Rn Rr - 22 Eliz - Middlesex - John Robynson v William Pynchebeck, Jeffry Preston et al
  • STAC 5/R35/8 - I D - 22 Eliz - Middlesex - John Robynson v William Pynchebeck
  • STAC 7/5/5 - - - Middlesex - [blank] Robinson v William Pynchbecke, Geoffrey Preston, Richard Herd, William Herberd
  • see also STAC Robinson

Robsart v Warren Arthur and Margaret Robsart guardians of Arthur Corkett within the age of 14 years son and heir of Anthony Corkett of Sipton co Suffolk deceased. Land in South Mymys Middlesex. One John Massy of London merchant taylor and others seized the boy, property and cattle.

  • STAC 5/R3/33 - B A - 2 Eliz - Middlesex - Arthur Robsart et uxor v John Warren, Thomas Lewes, William Marshe, William Nicholls et al
  • STAC 5/R9/8 - I D - 3 Eliz - Middlesex - Arthur Robsard et uxor v John Warren, Thomas Lewes
  • See also STAC Robsart

Rythe v Boyes

  • Depositions of Robert Hopkin of Yelyng [Ealing] co Middlesex labourer, Robert Skelton of Elyng co Middlesex Labourer, Davy Baughe of Burgavenny in co Monmouth, William Nele of Elyng, William Ladyman of Elyng Labourer. STAC 5/R43/6
  • STAC 5/R41/39 - B A - - Middlesex - Christopher Rythe v Edward Boyes, William Ladyman et al
  • STAC 5/R43/6 - D - 1 Eliz - Middlesex - Christopher Rithe v Edward [blank]
  • STAC 5/R12/23 - I D - 1 Eliz - Middlesex - Christopher Rythe v Edward Boys et al
  • see also STAC Rithe

S

Sheres v Mules

  • Henry Sheres of London, taylor & Elizabeth his wife & Hughe Fawkes of Clauson, Leics. Will of Michael Guyes, lands etc in St Clements Danes, Harrow on the Hill, Weale, Pynner, Ashperton, Hatchend & Kenton als Kenyton, all Middx.(dk) - STAC 5/S40/21
  • STAC 5/S40/21 - B A - 35 Eliz - Middlesex - Elizabeth Sheres, Henry Sheres, Hugh Fawks v Margaret Mules, John Mules
  • see also STAC Shere

T

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W

Warner and Hargeaves v Crapnell

  • Item whether have you with any other or others stollen any horse or horses mare or mares in any other Countie or Counties then the said Counties of Suffolk and Middlesex - STAC 5/W3/24
  • STAC 5/W3/24 - I D - 25 Eliz - Middlesex, Suffolk - Francis Warner et al v John Crampnell. Interrogatories Transcribed STAC 5/W3/24
  • STAC 5/W71/17 - I D - 27 Eliz - Middlesex, Suffolk - Francis Warner et al v John Crapnell alias Cracknell
  • STAC 5/W48/12 - I D - 27 Eliz - Middlesex, Suffolk - Francis Warner, James Hargrave et al v John Crapnell
  • STAC 5/H59/24 - B A Rn Rr I D - 26 Eliz - Middlesex, Suffolk - James Hargraves, Walter Kerrick et al v John Cracknell alias Crapnell
  • see also STAC Warner

XYZ

Attorney General

AG v Pye

  • Case Book Report STAC 5/A48/31r
  • STAC 5/A48/31 - I D - 44 Eliz - Middlesex - AG v Robert Pye
  • STAC 5/A24/17 - I D - 44 Eliz - Middlesex - AG v Robert Pye
  • STAC 5/A25/31 - I - 44 Eliz - Middlesex - AG v Robert Pye
  • See also STAC Pye

Almoner

Almoner v Chamberlain

  • Lewes Dyarnyald, a stranger born, felo de se. St Martin in the field co Middlesex. STAC 5/A39/15
  • STAC 5/A39/15 - B - 4 Eliz - Middlesex - Almoner v Richard Chambreleyn
  • see also STAC Chamberlain

Almoner v Gravesnor

  • One Thomas Chadsley late of Henley upon Teames co Oxford a bargeman, being in a bardge called the Currey laden with corn wood and meal upon the river of Teames against Lambeth nigh unto Westminster, Middlesex, by misfortune was drowned. Inquest at St Clement Danes. deodand. STAC 5/A3/35
  • STAC 5/A3/35 - B - 16 Eliz - Middlesex - Almoner v William Gravesnor
  • see also STAC Grosvenor

Almoner v Johnson

  • In re Thomas Wright late of Somerset House in the Strand in Middlesex gent. felo de se. STAC 5/A59/10
  • STAC 5/A1/19 - A - - Middlesex - Almoner v Thomas Johnson
  • STAC 5/A59/10 - B - 42 Eliz - Middlesex - Almoner v Thomas Johnson, Henry Beast, Robert Redhead
  • see also STAC Johnson see also STAC Whittingham and see also STAC Style

Almoner v Style

  • Almoner v Martin Kirby, Agnes his wife, Robert Harrington, Thomas Jennynges, John Shawe, Anne Kendall, Elizabeth Styles, James Weekes. STAC 5/A59/10
  • in re Thomas Wright of Somersett House felo de se - STAC 5/A59/10
  • STAC 5/A59/10 - B - 42 Eliz - Middlesex - Almoner v Elizabeth Styles
  • see also STAC Style see also STAC Johnson and see also STAC Whittingham

Almoner v Whittingham

  • Alice Whittingham had been the widow of Thomas Wright of Somersett House, felo de se. STAC 5/A59/10
  • STAC 5/A2/28 - A - 43 Eliz - Middlesex - Almoner v Alice Whittingham, Katherine Robinson
  • STAC 5/A59/10 - B - 43 Eliz - Middlesex - Almoner v Alice Whittingham, Katherine Robinson
  • see also STAC Whittingham and STAC Style and STAC Johnson


  • Case Book BL Harley MS 2143 fo. 15v. Certain gentlemen of the Inns of Court expulsed their houses for disorders by order of this court. Light and other gentlemen of Lincoln’s Inn and New Inn upon a complaint to the lords of the counsel in the Inner Chamber after dinner, for divers riots and abuses committed by them in London upon sundry His Majesty’s officers were by order of this court expulsed their several houses where they were admitted and were bound to their good behaviours and ordered not to be admitted any more of Inns of Court or Chancery hereafter. Michaelmas 25 Elizabeth (kk)


Palmer's cumulative totals of Star Chamber fines preserved in the E159s (rp)

  • TNA E159/342 Hilary Term, 3 Elizabeth. Fine paid Last day of January, 1560/1
    • From Thomas Blackwall of Grays Inn, gent, for a fine for riot: £3 6s 8d.
    • From the same Thomas Blackwall for the fine of ____ Oliver for riot: 40s.
  • TNA E159/379 Easter Term, 22 Elizabeth. Fine Paid 1581
    • From Ambrose Griffyn of Lincolns Inn, Middx, gent: £40.
    • From Robert Bridge de Stratford, Middx: £10.
  • TNA E159/395 Trinity Term, 30 Elizabeth. Fine Paid 1588
    • From Thomas Harrison de Brayneford, Middx, gent and from John Harding and Stepehen Harvye, servants of Thomas Harrison, to be paid by the said Thomas: £40.
  • TNA E159/398 Michaelmas Term, 31-32 Elizabeth. Fine Paid 1589
    • From Walter Heath de Holborne, Middx, yeoman: £5.
    • From John Lighterfoote of Kentish Town, Middx, gent: £10.
    • From Nicholas Holden de St Gilses, Middx, gents: £20.
  • TNA E159/404 Fines Paid After Hilary Term 33 Elizabeth. Fines Paid 1591
    • From William Goola of the parish of Clerkenwell, Middx: £4.
    • From Thomas Parkes de High Holborne, Middx, innholder: £6.
    • From John Toogood de ___: £10.
    • From Arthur Moore of the parish of St Mary Matfellon extra Algate: 20s.
    • From William Awsten of the parish of St Martin in the Fields, Middx, carpenter: 40s.
  • TNA E159/404 Trinity Term, 34 Elizabeth. Fines Paid 1592
    • From Richard Gibbes de Stevunhuth, Middx: £3 6s 8d.
    • From Thomas Manninge de Ratcliff, Middx: £3 6s 8d.
    • From John Moundeford de Wapping, Middx: £3 6s 8d.
    • From John Smythe de Wapping, Middx, mariner: £5.
    • From Thomas Russell of the parish of White Chapel, Middx: £26 6s 8d.
    • From Richard Warren de Towrestreet, London: £3.
    • From Nicholas Baguley of the parish of Clerkenwell, Middx: £3.
    • From William Wilson de Clerkenwell, Middx: 20s.
    • From Walter Thompson de Clerkenwell, Middx: £3.
    • From Robert Gaudye de Wapping, Middx: 40s.
    • From Thomas Gaudye de Paternoster Rowe, London: 20s.
    • From Robert Hunte de Thames Street, London, sailor: 20s.
    • From Thomas Jackson de Wapping, Middx: 20s.
    • From Griffin Jones de Turmyll Street, Middx: 20s.
    • From Thomas Bedome of the parish of St Catherines, Middx: £3 6s 8d.
    • From Richard Seakins de Mooregate, London: 20s.
    • From Robert Sparrowe de Newgate, London: 20s.
    • From Robert Ryckman of the parish of Stebunhuth: 40s.
    • From William Freeman of the parish of Stebunhuth, mariner: 40s.
    • From Jane Pemerton of the parish of Stebunhuth, widow: £3.
    • From Richard Sharpe of London, wax chandler: £5.
  • TNA E159/404 Michaelmas Term, 34-35 Elizabeth. Fines Paid 1592
    • From Walter Wotton de Highgate, Middx, armiger: £30.
  • TNA E159/408 Easter Term, 36 Elizabeth. Fine Paid 1594
    • From Frances Smyth, wife of Robert Smyth within the parish of Bromley, Middx, gent: £10.
    • From William Tipto of the parish of Bromley, Middx, miller: 40s.
    • From Richard Warde of the parish of Bromley, Middx, miller: 40s.
    • From William Waterman of the parish of Bromley, Middx, miller: 40s.
    • From John Waterman of the parish of Bromley, Middx, yeoman: 40s.
  • TNA E159/413 Easter Term, 39 Elizabeth. Fine Paid 1597
    • From Robert Longe of the City of Westminster, gent: £100.
  • TNA E159/414 Trinity Term, 39 Elizabeth. Fine Paid 1597
    • From Humfrey Waters de ____, Middx: £5.
    • From Robert Hall de ____, Middx: £5.
    • From Simon Hamonde de ____, Middx: £5.
    • From John Draper de ____, Middx: £5.
    • From Richard Laverock de ____, Middx: £5.
    • From Richard Adenbrooke de ____, Middx: £5.
  • TNA E159/414 Hilary Term, 40 Elizabeth. Fine Paid 1598
    • From Richard Hunte de Holborne, Middx, vintner: £40.
  • TNA E159/416 Hilary Term, 40 Elizabeth. Fine Paid 1598
    • From Richard Westgate de Sething, Norf: £40.
    • From Edward Kirkham and Peter Baynes de le Stronde, Middx: £40.
  • TNA E159/416 Michaelmas Term, 40-41 Elizabeth. Fine Paid 1598
    • From Henry Slofelde of London, gent: £100.
    • From Anthony Ethell de Fetter Lane, London, gent: £50.
    • From Anna, wife of said Anthony Ethell: £50.
    • From Robert Witham late of Ledston, Yorks, gent: £10.
    • From William Penington de Holborne, Middx, and Alivce his wife: £40.
    • From Thomas Skelhorne de le Stronde, Middx: £10.
    • From Reginald Silvester de Houlborne, Middx: £10.
    • From William Grymshawe de Holborne, Middx: £5.
    • From James Lyvesey de Holborne, Middx, yeoman: £5.
    • From John Starkye de Oulton, Ches, armiger: £10.
    • From Henry Ferrers now prisoner in the prison of the Fleet: £5.
    • From John Baldwyne now prisoner in the prison of the Fleet: £5.
    • From Henry Rowe and John More now sheriffs of Middlesex: 53s 4d.
  • TNA E159/416 Hilary Term, 41 Elizabeth. Fine Paid 1599
    • From Edward Sharpham of the Middle Temple, London: £20.
  • TNA E159/417 Easter Term, 41 Elizabeth. Fine Paid 1599
    • From Leonard Tucker de le Strand, Middx, yeoman: 100 marks.
  • TNA E159/417 Easter Term, 41 Elizabeth. Fine Paid 1599
    • From Barnabas Lewes of the City of Westminster, gent: £30.
  • TNA E159/419 Fines Paid Easter and Trinity Terms, 42 Elizabeth
    • From Thomas Dutton de Isleworth, Middx, gent: £10.
  • TNA E159/421 Easter Term, 43 Elizabeth. Fines Paid 1601
    • From Arthur Bedell of the City of Westminster, Middx, gent: 100 marks.
  • TNA E159/421 Trinity Term, 43 Elizabeth. Fines Paid 1601
    • From William Sweeper de le Strand, Middx: £10.
  • TNA E159/421 Michaelmas Term, 43-44 Elizabeth. Fines Paid 1601
    • From Isaack Hopkins and Mary his wife de Chancery Lane, London: £40.
    • From Edward Want and Mary his wife of Fleet Street, London: £40.
  • TNA E159/425 Michaelmas Term, 44-45 Elizabeth. Fines Paid 1602
    • From John Hancock in the parish of St Dunstan in Fleet Street, yeoman: £20.
    • From David Jones by Smithfield Barrs, Middx: £30.
    • From Valentine Cuttes by Smithfield Barrs, Middx: £10.
    • From Adam Gwyn of the City of London, yeoman: £5.
    • From Samuel Maunsfield of the City of London, yeoman: £5.
    • From John Clerck by Holborne Bridge, Middx, tallow chandler: £5.
    • From William Skewtes of the parish of St Sepulchre, yeoman: £5.