STAC co York

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

A

B

Boynton and Wormald v Hammond and Barker

  • TNA Note: Yorkshire, Debt STAC 10/2/18
  • STAC 10/2/18 - - - Yorkshire - Francis Boynton and John Wormall v William Hammond and Thomas Barker
  • STAC 5/B78/11 - I D - 40 Eliz - Yorkshire - Francis Boynton, John Woormall v William Hammond
  • STAC 5/B63/40 - Rn - 40 Eliz - Yorkshire - Francis Boynton, John Wormall v William Hammond, Thomas Barker
  • STAC 5/B103/2 - I D - 41 Eliz - Yorkshire - Francis Boynton, John Woormall v William Hamond, Thomas Barker
  • STAC 5/B20/1 - C I D - 41 Eliz - Yorkshire - Francis Baynton, John Wormell v William Hamond, Thomas Barker
  • STAC 5/B47/5 - C I D - 42 Eliz - Yorkshire - Francis Boynton, John Woormall v William Hamonde, Thomas Barker
  • STAC 5/B92/3 - B A - 40 Eliz - Yorkshire - Francis Boyninton, John Wormall v John Barker, Thomas Robinson et al
  • see also STAC Boynton

C

Cage v Swayne

  • Bill of Edward Cage, citizen and grocer of London, in re land in the county of York. A very difficult document - there is mention of a heap of charcoal
  • STAC 5/C14/5 - B A C I D - 34 Eliz - Yorkshire - Edward Cage v Robert Swayne, Robert Bayldon et al
  • STAC 5/C56/33 - Rn - 34 Eliz - Yorkshire - Edward Cage v Robert Swayne, Robert Baildon et al
  • STAC 5/C36/16 - I D - 34 Eliz - Yorkshire - Edward Cage v Robert Swaine, Thomas Warren et al
  • STAC 5/C44/17 - I D - 34 Eliz - Yorkshire - Edward Cage v William Rawson et al
  • see also STAC Cage

Conyers v Wright

  • Nicholas Coniers of Whytbie v Robert Wright, William Fychett, John Sannder, Thomas Dale. Purchase by Coniers of a boat wrecked near Newham Becke, Staxby from officers of the Lord Admiral in the North parts. Dispute whether the boat was originally found on Crown land, or that of Sir Richard Cholmley. Perjury claimed at trial at York Assizes. Yorkshire.(dk) STAC 5/C80/1
  • Nicholas Coniers v Robert Wright. Ref to Assizes at York, finding of boot (?boat?). Possibly Staxbye (?Stakesby nr Whitby?).(dk) STAC 5/C78/19
  • STAC 5/C80/1 - B - 18 Eliz - Yorkshire - Nicholas Coniers v Robert Wright, William Fitchett et al
  • STAC 5/C63/13 - A - 18 Eliz - Yorkshire - Nicholas Conyers v Robert Wright
  • STAC 5/C78/19 - Rn - - Yorkshire - Sir Nicholas Coniers v Robert Wrighte
  • see also STAC Conyers

D

E

Elwick v Crossthwait

  • Jane Elwick widow of George Elwick late of the City of York. In re a house in York. STAC 5/E1/33
  • STAC 5/E17/29 - I D - 44 Eliz - Yorkshire - Jane Elwicke v Robert Crosthwaite
  • STAC 5/E12/2 - B - 43 Eliz - Yorkshire - Jane Elwicke v Robert Crostwhate, Christian Barker, William Tewe et al
  • STAC 5/E1/33 - B A - 44 Eliz - Yorkshire - Jane Elwick v Robert Crossthwait, William Hawley, John Buson, William Riley et al
  • see also STAC Elwick

F

Fairfax v Fairfax

  • See GANG, T. M. “The quarrel between Edward Fairfax and his brother” Notes and Queries, 214 (1969) 28-33. STAC 5/F31/33
  • STAC 5/F31/33 - B - 42 Eliz - Yorkshire - Edward Fairfax, John Holmes v Sir Thomas Fairfax Jr, Robert Holmes et al
  • see also STAC Fairfax

Fairfax v Fairfax

  • Sir Thomas Fairfax of Denton in co York. Land in Appleton (Anstey) - STAC 5/F1/15
  • Thomas Fairefax of Denton in the co of York WR Esquire. STAC 5/F22/12
  • TNA Note: Inheritance of Sir William Fairfax, first plaintiff's father. STAC 7/12/17
  • Interrs refer to the manor of Bylboroughe. Deposition of Thomas Fayerfax of Denton, Yorks.(dk) - STAC 5/F17/11
  • STAC 5/F29/7 - B - 16 Eliz - Yorkshire - Thomas Fayrefaxe, Robert Bullock v Gabriel Fayrefaxe, Robert Ashe et al
  • STAC 5/F23/7 - B - 17 Eliz - Yorkshire - Thomas Fairefax v Gabriell Fairefax
  • STAC 5/F27/9 - C I D - 16 Eliz - Yorkshire - Thomas Fairfaxe, Robert Bullock v Robert Aske, Thomas Green et al
  • STAC 5/F17/11 - I D - 16 Eliz - Yorkshire - Thomas Fairefax v Gabriell Fairefax
  • STAC 5/F11/13 - I D - 16 Eliz - Yorkshire - Thomas Fairfax, Robert Bullocke v Gabriel Fairfax, Robert Aske et al
  • STAC 7/12/17 - - - Yorkshire - Thomas Fairfaxe, Robert [Bullock] v Gabriel Fayrefaxe, Robert Aske, Thomas Grene
  • STAC 5/F22/12 - B - 16 Eliz - Yorkshire - Thomas Fairfax v Gabriell Fairfax.
  • STAC 5/F1/15 - B A Dr C - Hil 44 Eliz - Yorkshire - Sir Thomas Fairfax v William Fairfax, James Thompson, Robert Usherwoode.
  • STAC 5/F27/18 - B A Rn Rr C I D - 43 Eliz - Yorkshire - Sir Thomas Fairfaxe v William Fairfax, John Carrock et al
  • STAC 5/F26/27 - I D - 44 Eliz - Yorkshire - Thomas Fairfaxe v Robert Usherwood, James Thompson et al
  • STAC 5/F13/35 - B A C D - 44 Eliz - Yorkshire - Sir Thomas Fairefax v James Thompson
  • see also STAC Fairfax

Fairfax v Moyser

  • TNA Notes: Yorkshire: Forgery of pleadings concerning land at Appleton (Anstey). STAC 7/2/33
  • STAC 5/F29/36 - B - 39 Eliz - Yorkshire - Thomas Fayrefaxe v James Moyser, Lawrence Lenton et al
  • STAC 5/F10/19 - I D - 44 Eliz - Yorkshire - Sir Thomas Fairfax v Francis Moyser
  • STAC 7/2/33 - - - Yorkshire - Sir Thomas Fairfax v Francis Moyse, John Frobisker
  • see also STAC Fairfax

Fuller v Babbington

  • Mortgaged land in the Co of York - Udall exhibited a bill in Chancery. Sir Wm Babington Knight and Mr Edmund Babbington. STAC 5/F22/28
  • STAC 5/F22/28 - B - 16 Eliz - Yorkshire - John Fuller v Avery Uvedall et al
  • STAC 5/F26/33 - I D - 17 Eliz - Yorkshire - John Fuller v Averye Uvedall, Edmund Babington et al
  • STAC 5/F24/13 - B A C I D - 16 Eliz - Yorkshire - John Fuller v Avery Uvedall, Anne Uvedall
  • STAC 5/F8/25 - I D - 16 Eliz - Yorkshire - John Fullar v William Babington et al
  • see also STAC Fuller

G

H

Hansby v Hillyard

  • STAC 5/H78/11 - B A C I D - 43 Eliz - Yorkshire - Ralf Hansby v Sir Christopher Hyldyard, Robert Wilkinson et al
  • STAC 5/H70/31 - Rn - 43 Eliz - Yorkshire - Ralph Hansby v Sir Christopher Hildyard, Henry Swann et al
  • STAC 5/H75/27 - I D - 43 Eliz - Yorkshire - Ralf Hansby v Sir Christopher Hildiard et al
  • STAC 5/H11/33 - I D - 43 Eliz - Yorkshire - Ralph Hansbie v Sir Christopher Hyldyard et al
  • STAC 5/H32/12 - I D - 43 Eliz - Yorkshire - Raph Hansbye v Sir Christopher Hylleard, Henry Swann, George Barret, et al
  • STAC 5/H42/6 - I D - 44 Eliz - Yorkshire - Ralph Hanstey v Sir Christopher Hilliard et al
  • STAC 5/H56/5 - I D - 43 Eliz - Yorkshire - Ralph Hausby v Robert Cartwright, William Jackson et al
  • STAC 5/H59/8 - C I D - 43 Eliz - Yorkshire - Ralph Hausbye v Sir Christopher Hyldyard, Henry Swanne et al
  • see also STAC Hansby

Huntingdon v Watson

  • Case Book Report STAC 5/H26/14r
  • STAC 5/H26/14 - B A - 34 Eliz - Yorkshire - Henry Earl of Huntingdon v John Watson
  • STAC 5/H29/19 - I D - 35 Eliz - Yorkshire - Earl of Huntingdon v John Watson
  • see also STAC Huntingdon

I J

Jenkynson v Dalton

  • TNA Note: York: Perjury in a suit by first defendant against plaintiff for slander.
  • Case Book BL Harley MS 2143 fo. 55v. Costs. Five defendants 2 of them give release to the plaintiff of the whole cost yet the other 3 took out process for their part. Jenkinson, plaintiff; Chew et al, defendants: £40 costs awarded to 5 defendants and two of them gave releases to the plaintiff for the whole cost to defraud the other three of their parts which came to £8 apiece and therefore they prayed that they might have several process against the plaintiff to pay to every of them £8 apiece which the court ordered accordingly. Michaelmas 35 Elizabeth (kk)
  • STAC 5/J16/31 - B A C - 31 Eliz - Yorkshire - James Jenkynson v Elizabeth Dalton
  • STAC 7/3/20 - - - Yorkshire - James Jenkinson v Elizabeth Dalton, William Chewe, John Sproxton, alias Sprowston, Leonard Chewe, John Skinner. Transcribed STAC 7/3/20
  • STAC 5/J21/15 - A - 31 Eliz - Yorkshire - James Jenkinson v William Chewe, John Skynner et al
  • see also STAC Jenkinson

Jobson v Story

  • STAC 5/J3/1 - B - 38 Eliz - Yorkshire - Walter Jobson v Richard Story
  • see also STAC Jobson

Johnson v Smyth

  • TNA Notes: Frivolous suits and perjuries. STAC 7/3/21
  • STAC 7/3/21 - - - Yorkshire - Robert Johnson, v John Smyth, Richard Smyth, William Cutting, Nicholas Smyth
  • see also STAC Johnson

K

L

Lacy v Farror

  • STAC 5/L27/12 - B A - 12 Eliz - Yorkshire - John Lacie, Henry Farror v Robert Waterhouse, Gregory Waterhouse
  • STAC 5/L47/20 - C - 12 Eliz - Yorkshire - John Lacye et al v Robert Waterhowse et al
  • STAC 5/L20/27 - I D - 14 Eliz - Yorkshire - John Lacy, Henry Farror v Gregory Waterhouse
  • see also STAC Lacy

M

Mason v Foljamb

  • TNA Note: Estate of the late Sir Godfrey Foljamb. STAC 7/4/25
  • STAC 7/4/25 - - - Yorkshire - James Mason, Mathias Bromley v Francis Foljamb, Godfrey Platts, Hercules Foljamb, Arthur Hollingsworth, William Tagg
  • see also STAC Mason

Micklethwaite v Parker

  • TNA Note: York: Perjury concerning the arrest of William Pennington. Ralph Micklethwaite and Robert Askwith, late sheriffs of York STAC 7/9/24
  • STAC 7/9/24 - - - Yorkshire - Ralph Micklethwaite, Robert Askwith v Thomas Parker, Richard Secker
  • see also STAC Micklethwaite

N

Nettleton v Nettleton

  • Case Book BL Harley MS 2143 fo. 46r. A sheriff for refusing to return an attachment into this court committed. Netleton et al, plaintiffs; Netleton, defendant: the sheriff of York was (upon an affidavit made that he refused to return a writ of proclamation of this court) committed. Trinity 29 Elizabeth (kk)

Neville v Blithe

  • Blithe contends that Nevill was excomunicated (province of York).STAC 5/N1/36
  • STAC 5/N1/11 - B Dr - 31 Eliz - Yorkshire - Isabell Nevell v William Blyth, George Kirk, Henry Carter, John Foster et al
  • STAC 5/N1/36 - Dr - 32 Eliz - Yorkshire - Isabell Nevill v William Blithe
  • see also STAC Neville

O

Oglethorpe v Watson

  • William Oglethorpe v Thomas Watson, Robte Harrison, Robte Gilman and John Morden. Partnership of Thomas Oglethorpe & Thomas Thornell in trading merchandise beyond the seas, and debts to the complt. Depositions from the following: Robte Hudson, City of York, merchant, 46; Peter Smithe, City of York, merchant, 50; John Plewman, City of York, taylor, 35; William Prewdome, City of York, haberdasher, 22; Henry Hall, City of York, merchant, 50; Richarde Wilson, City of York, taylor, 30; Miles Franklande, City of York, taylor, 22; Richard Pocklington, City of York, yeoman, 21; Robte Siddall, City of York, yeoman, 34; Thomas Awmocke, Oglethorpe, yeoman, 30; John Bell, Kirkefenton, husbandman, 28; John Wrighte, City of York, merchant, 47; Thomas Hudson, Howley, yeoman, 23; Robte Wilkinson, City of York, apothecary, 23. STAC 5/O8/43
  • Rn of William Oglethorpe & depositions of defts. STAC 5/O8/48
  • STAC 5/O8/43 - B A C I D - 39 Eliz - Yorkshire - William Oglethorpe v Thomas Watson, Robert Gilman, Robert Harryson et al.
  • STAC 5/O8/48 - Rn I D - 39 Eliz - Yorkshire - William Oglethorp v Thomas Watson, Robert Gilman, John Morden et al.
  • STAC 5/O4/15 - Rr - 38 Eliz - Yorkshire - William Oglethorpe v Robert Harrison, Thomas Watson et al.
  • STAC 5/O6/13 - I D - 38 Eliz - Yorkshire - William Oglethorpe v Thomas Watson, Robert Harryson, Robert Gilman et al.
  • STAC 5/O2/33 - I D - 38 Eliz - Yorkshire - William Oglethorpe v Thomas Watson, Thomas Harryson et al.
  • see also STAC Oglethorpe

P

Parker v Gascoyne

  • TNA Note: Ferrybridge: Rescue of a sheriff's prisoner and assault on plaintiff's son. STAC 7/4/37
  • STAC 5/P38/25 - B A - 35 Eliz - Yorkshire - William Parker v Thomas Whitewhood et al
  • STAC 5/P55/18 - B A C - 36 Eliz - Yorkshire - William Parker v William Gascoyne, Thomas Whytwood et al
  • STAC 7/4/37 - - - Yorkshire - William Parker v William Gascoygne and his servants
  • see also STAC Parker

Proctor v Fitton

  • See WOOD, Andy, “Subordination, Solidarity and the Limits of Popular Agency in a Yorkshire Valley c.1596-1615”, Past & Present 193 (2006) 41-72. (STAC 5/P35/24, 40/6, 48/21, 58/14, and 27/34 mentioned in footnote on p 47, as part of the same man’s earlier career.) STAC 5/P14/21
  • STAC 5/P35/24 - B A Rn - 38 Eliz - Yorkshire - Stephen Proctor v Sir Edward Phitton, Charles Shallcrosse
  • STAC 5/P40/6 - I D - 38 Eliz - Yorkshire - Stephen Proctor v Sir Edward Phitton, Charles Shalecrosse
  • STAC 5/P27/34 - I D - 40 Eliz - Yorkshire - Steven Procter v Sir Edward Fitton
  • STAC 5/P14/21 - B A - 44 Eliz - Yorkshire - Stephen Proctor v Sir William Mallory, Sir Edward Yorke et al
  • see also STAC Proctor

Proctor v Chatterton

  • See WOOD, Andy, “Subordination, Solidarity and the Limits of Popular Agency in a Yorkshire Valley c.1596-1615”, Past & Present 193 (2006) 41-72. (STAC 5/P35/24, 40/6, 48/21, 58/14, and 27/34 mentioned in footnote on p 47, as part of the same man’s earlier career.) STAC 5/P14/21
  • STAC 5/P58/14 - A - 39 Eliz - Yorkshire - Stephen Procter v John Chatterton et al
  • STAC 5/P48/21 - I D - 39 Eliz - Yorkshire - Stephen Proctor v John Chatterton
  • see also STAC Proctor

Proctor v Sherborne and Bridge

  • TNA Note: York: False charge of vagrancy. STAC 7/4/33
  • STAC 7/4/33 - - - Yorkshire - Stephen Proctor v Robert Sherborne, John Bridge et al
  • see also STAC Proctor

Proctor v Levett

  • TNA Note: Warsell: Non-fulfilment of contracts concerning a mortgage on the manor. STAC 7/4/34
  • STAC 7/4/34 - - - Yorkshire - Thomas Proctor v Richard Levett, William Levett
  • see also STAC Proctor

Q

R

S

Soame v Killingbeck

  • STAC 5/S69/17 - Stephen Soame v Francis Killingbeck, Christopher Maltbie late mayor of York and Ralfe Bushie. Refs Stephen Some v Peter Swayle, chapman of the City of York in Sheriff's Court at York on action of debt.(dk)
  • STAC 5/S4/17 - B A Rn Rr C I D - Easter 26 Eliz - Yorkshire - Stephen Soame v Francis Killingbecke, Christopher Mawbye, Ralph Bushe
  • STAC 5/S69/17 - I D - 27 Eliz - Yorkshire - Stephen Soame v Francis Killingbeck, Ralf Bushie
  • see also STAC Soame

T

Turner v Hilton

  • STAC 7/7/24 - - - Yorkshire - Christopher Turner v Matthew Hilton, Henry Baylie, Edward Hornebie
  • see also STAC Turner

UV

W

Wheatman v Brunskell and Hilton

  • TNA Note: Perjury in a suit by plaintiff against Sir Simon Musgrave in the Council of the North. STAC 7/9/8
  • STAC 5/W58/16 - B - Yorkshire - Jane Wheatman v Peter Brunskell, Thomas Hiltal et al
  • STAC 5/W74/35 - Dr - Yorkshire - Janett Wheatman v Thomas Hylton, Peter Brimskill
  • STAC 5/W68/28 - Dr - Yorkshire - Jane Wheatman v Michael Brunskell et al
  • STAC 7/9/8 - - - Yorkshire - Jane Wheatman v Peter Brunskell, Thomas Hilton, Michael Brunskell
  • STAC 5/A25/30 - Rn - 33 Eliz - Yorkshire - Richard Araye et uxor v Peter Bruskill, Thomas Hilton
  • STAC 5/A55/17 - C I D - 34 Eliz - Yorkshire - Richard Ayrey et uxor v Thomas Hilton, Peter Brunskel
  • see also STAC Wheatman

XYZ

Almoner

Almoner v Myres

  • STAC 5/A33/7 - B A - 37 Eliz - Yorkshire - Almoner v Matthew Myers
  • STAC 5/A7/14 - I D - 37 Eliz - Yorkshire - Almoner v Matthew Myres
  • see also STAC Myers

Attorney General

AG v Wood

  • Depositions from Yorkshire. STAC 5/A7/4
  • STAC 5/A18/14 - B A - 43 Eliz - Yorkshire - AG v Edmund Wood et uxor, John Beckwith et al
  • STAC 5/A31/13 - I D - 44 Eliz - Yorkshire - AG v Edmond Wood
  • STAC 5/A7/4 - I D - 44 Eliz - Yorkshire - AG v Edmund Wood et al
  • see also STAC Wood


  • Case Book BL Harley MS 2143 fo. 16v. Conspiracy Sir Robert Stapleton and others convicted for a conspiracy to accuse the Archbishop of York of adultery. Sir Robert Stapleton et al, convicted upon an information at Mr Attorney’s suit for a notable conspiracy and practise in accusing the Archbishop of York to have committed adultery with Ann Sisson at Doncaster by conveying her into his bed chamber at midnight, which was done by them purposely to slander religion, and to get by that means great sums of money from the Archbishop rather than he would have his name questioned, the which they did to the value of £900 and that chiefly by the persuasion of Sir Robert who had feignedly pretended love to the Archbishop: for which offences standing confessed by some of the defendants and other proofs they were committed to the Fleet for three years’ space, and at the Queen’s pleasure afterward, and Sir Robert left at the Queen’s pleasure to be degraded of his knighthood and to pay £3000 fine and to ask the Bishop forgiveness upon his knees openly at an assizes, and the other defendants two of them to lose their ears on the pillory, and five pounds fine and £300 fine of the other in regard the first confessed the offences, and all to make restitution of the money so by them gotten and to remain prisoners until the money were restored and the order performed. Easter 25 Elizabeth (kk)
  • Case Book BL Harley MS 2143 fo. 46r. A sheriff for refusing to return an attachment into this court committed. Netleton et al, plaintiffs; Netleton, defendant: the sheriff of York was (upon an affidavit made that he refused to return a writ of proclamation of this court) committed. Trinity 29 Elizabeth (kk)
  • Case Book BL Harley MS 2143 fo. 65v. Cepi corpus returned the sheriff bringeth not in the party fined and the plaintiff to proceed with ordinary process. The sheriff of York fined at £5 for not brining in the body of Richard Worsley, esquire, according to the return of the process and the plaintiff to proceed with ordinary process of the court to bring him notwithstanding, and so in all cases. Easter 38 Elizabeth (kk)


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

  • TNA E159/372 Hilary Term, 19 Elizabeth. Fine paid
    • From Leonard Babthorpe of York, gent: £100.
    • From John Launder of York: £40.
  • TNA E159/372 Hilary Term, 19 Elizabeth. Fine paid
    • From Richard Yorke de Stoke, Kent, gent: £20.
    • From Susanna Yorke, his wife: £20.
    • From Stephan Yorke de Donnington, Yorks: £20.
  • TNA E159/404 Trinity Term, 34 Elizabeth. Fines Paid 1592
    • From Thomas Herberte of the City of York: £10.
    • From Christofer Turnor of the City of York: £10.
  • TNA E159/411 Easter and Trinity Terms, 38 Elizabeth. Fine Paid 1596
    • From Christofer Hellier, knight, now sheriff of Yorkshire: £5.
  • TNA E159/413 Easter Term, 39 Elizabeth. Fine Paid 1597
    • From Thomas Bosvile de Newhall, Yorks, armiger: £200.
    • (Order that Bosvile will pay the fine of Williamson (below) if Williamson cannot.)
    • From Humfrey Darnell de Bromeley, Lincs, gent: £40.
    • From Roger Goodwyn de Frothingham, Lincs, cleric: £40.
    • From Edward Williamson de Newhall, Yorks: £20.
  • TNA E159/416 Michaelmas Term, 40-41 Elizabeth. Fine Paid 1598
    • From Elizabeth Dalbye de Owerton, Yorks, widow: £5.
    • From William Oglethorpe de Oglethorpe, Yorks, armiger: £40.
  • TNA E159/418 Michaelmas Term, 41-42 Michaelmas. Fine Paid 1599
    • From Henry Mercer of the City of York: £20.
  • TNA E159/420 Michaelmas Term, 42-43 Elizabeth. Fine Paid 1600
    • From William Bayldon de Bayldon, Yorks, gent: £40.
  • TNA E159/421 Hilary Term, 43 Elizabeth. Fines Paid 1601
    • From Jasper Pecke de Topliffe, Yorks, gent: £20.
  • TNA E159/421 Hilary Term, 43 Elizabeth. Fines Paid 1601
    • From Thomas Reresbye de Thybargh, Yorks, knight: 500 marks.
    • From William Wentworth de Wentworth Woodhouse, Yorks: 500 marks.
  • TNA E159/421 Michaelmas Term, 43-44 Elizabeth. Fines Paid 1601
    • From Marmaduke Constable de Cliff, Yorks, armiger: £20.
  • TNA E159/422 Hilary Term, 44 Elizabeth. Fines Paid 1602
    • From William Ewre de Oldmolton, Yorks, armiger: 200 marks.
    • From William Hyllyarde of the City of York, Yorks, gent: £20.
    • From Richard Cholmeley de Whitby, Yorks: £20.
    • From Stephen Hutchinson de Wikam, Yorks: £20.
    • From George Smyth de Oldmolton, Yorks: £100.
    • From William Borne de Huton Bushell, Yorks: £10.
  • TNA E159/424 Michaelmas Term, 44-45 Elizabeth. Fines Paid 1602
    • From Edmond Wood de Dallagill, Yorks, yeoman: 100 marks.