Modern Index for KB27no1675

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Modern Index for KB27/1675, arranged by plaintiff (not including fines or Rex roll)
By Robert C. Palmer


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Contents

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Year Term County Plaintiff Defendant Details Reference
1642 Easter England William Acton, knight and baronet & Jane his wife, administratrix of William Byrde, knight and Doctor of Laws Michael Welles de Glatton, Hunts Error mainpernors in a case of Debt with recovery of £140: William Clarke de Tilney, Norf, yeoman; and Edward Wells de Glatton, Hunts, yeoman, who bind themslves in £280 KB27/1675, m. 59 [2]
1642 Easter London William Acton, knight and baronet & Jane his wife, administratrix of William Byrde, knight and Doctor of Laws, principal official of the Court of Arches, lately her husband Michael Welles de Glatton, Hunts, gent Debt on an obligation: £140; Performance Bond for payment of legacies made by John Walmesley of Bleadon, Som, cleric, to his daughter Judith Walmesley, etc KB27/1675, m. 109 [3], d[4]
1642 Easter London Cicilia Adams, widow, executrix of Richard Adams de Rickling, Essex, lately her husband Edward Clarke de Thriplow, Cambs, husbandman Debt on an obligation: £40; undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 239 [5]
1642 Easter Lincs Henry Ayscoughe, gent William Beedell Trespass: breach of close in Halton Holgate; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1675, m. 308 [6]
1642 Easter London John Allain Lawrence Johnson de Stepney, Middx, ropemaker Debt on an obligation: £10; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 195 [7]
1642 Easter Norf Richard Anger William Bridgis de Hoe by East Dereham, Norf, yeoman Supplicavit on a King's Bench judgment in Debt for £6 plus 21s damages KB27/1675, m. 162 [8]
1642 Easter London Richard Ansell Peter Woodland de Smeeth, Kent, husbandman Debt on an obligation: £20; undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 31 [9]
1642 Easter London John Archer James Wrighte Indebitatus Assumpsit: an account insimul with arrears of £8; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1675, m. 208 [10]
1642 Easter Middx Michael Arnold William Whitley Indebitatus Assumpsit: an account insimul for divers sums for beer, with arrears of £6/8/-; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1675, m. 321 [11]
1642 Easter Middx Bartholomew Ashdowne, gent, a clerk of Robert Henley and Samuel Wightwick, armigers, chief clerks of King's Bench Joseph Holdinge de Hammersmith, sr, brewer Debt on an obligation: £100; undefended (25s damages) KB27/1675, m. 102 [12]
1642 Easter London Thomas Astley, armiger John Saunders, citizen and grocer of London Indebitatus Assumpsit: James Astley, son of Thomas and with his consent, became apprentice to Saunders, who would pay £30; verdict for £30, costs of 53s4d; increment of £5/6/8 KB27/1675, m. 285 [13], d[14]
1642 Easter Northt William Astwood, gent Thomas Blewitt Debt on a lease of Thorpe Closes in Earls Barton: £10; undefended (40s damages) KB27/1675, m. 45 [15]
1642 Easter Middx Clement Auston (Lessor: Charles Lisle, gent) William Lane de St Giles in the Fields, yeoman Ejectment: in St Giles in the Fields KB27/1675, m. 363 [16]
1642 Easter (Sussex) Richard Aylewine William Alderton de Kerdford, yeoman; and William Strudwick de Amberley, yeoman, administrators of Elizabeth Boys, widow Indebitatus Assumpsit: £16 for divers merchandise; Exigent order KB27/1675, m. 189 [17], d[18]


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Year Term County Plaintiff Defendant Details Reference
1642 Easter Essex Mathew Badcocke Brice Noke de Writtle, yeoman Trespass: assault in Writtle KB27/1675, m. - [19]
1642 Easter London Juliana Bagford, widow, executrix of Lewis Bagford William Marsh de Marten, Surrey, yeoman Conversion sur Trover: 26 sheep, value of £20 KB27/1675, m. 367 [20]
1642 Easter London Giles Bagge Edward Lee Assumpsit: 60 chaldrons of seacoal at the rate of £34/10/- for each 20 chaldrons, warranted to be good and merchantable, but in fact would not burn; verdict of £30, costs of 53s4d; increment blank KB27/1675, m. 209 [21], d[22]
1642 Easter Middx Richard Baily Richard Over Trespass on the Case: Baily was possessed of a messuage on Russell Street, St Martin in the Fields, and of 60 cartloads of hay; Over negligently placed a burning light and burned down the stable and the hay KB27/1675, m. 350 [23]
1642 Easter (Som) Thomas Baker John Lacye Supplicavit on a King's Bench judgment in Trespass on the Case for £18 KB27/1675, m. 126 [24]
1642 Easter London Richard Ballard William Patrickson, gent Debt on an obligation: £10; Penal Bond; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 166 [25], d[26]
1642 Easter London Richard Ballard, gent Henry Patrickson of Frizington, Cumber, gent Debt on an obligation: £10; Penal Bond; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 168 [27]
1642 Easter Essex Peter Barker Barnabas Hill Indebitatus Assumpsit: 4 cartloads of hay for £3/16/-; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1675, m. 60 [28]
1642 Easter London Robert Barker Roland Wilson, gent Debt on a loan: £200; confessed; (40s damages) KB27/1675, m. 260 [29]
1642 Easter London Samuel Barker, gent, an attorney of King's Bench Edward Overton de London, cleric; and John Armestrong de London, cleric Trespass: assault in London KB27/1675, m. - [30]
1642 Easter London Mary Barley, widow, administratrix of Thomas Barley de London, gent Joseph Kynnett de London St Nicholas Acons, clothworker Debt on an obligation: £20; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 166 [31]
1642 Easter London Hatton Barner, gent, a clerk of Robert Henley and Samuel Wightwick, armigers, chief clerks of King's Bench Francis Rolfe, gent Debt on an obligation: £50; undefended; (20s damages)(satisfied Hilary Term, 1654) KB27/1675, m. 349 [32]
1642 Easter London George Barrowe, executor of Frideswed Barrowe, widow John Dunkin de Elmsted, Kent, gent Debt on an obligation: £100; undefended (25s damages) KB27/1675, m. 31 [33], d[34]
1642 Easter Devon Phillip Barry Edward Wellington Indebitatus Assumpsit: £6/18/6 for worsted yarn; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1675, m. 151 [35]
1642 Easter Kent Thomas Barton, gent Mathew Hartridge de Pembury alias Pepingbury, tanner Debt on an obligation: £100; undefended (25s damages) KB27/1675, m. 47 [36]
1642 Easter Kent Thomas Barton, gent Thomas Wood de Capel, clothier Debt on an obligation: £100; undefended (25s damages) KB27/1675, m. 47 [37]
1642 Easter London John Basset Adam Gurnett Indebitatus Assumpsit: there were controversies in Court Christian concerning scandalous words between Rachael, wife of one Edward Yeomans and Adam said by Adam about Rachael; John and Adam agreed that Rachael would agree to an arbitration by Caleb Rawlins and Michael Pindar, and if they could not agree, then Thomas Waterhowse would finish the dispute; Adam would do likewise; John and Adam each promised security of £100 for their own side; the award was that Adam would pay Rachael £3; verdict for damages of 20 marks, costs of 53s4d; and increment left blank. KB27/1675, m. 201 [38], d[39]
1642 Easter London William Bateman; and Thomas Kynaston, executors of Edward Kynaston, citizen and vintner of London Robert Chernock de Hulcote, Beds, knight Debt on an obligation: £600; undefended (50s damages) KB27/1675, m. 111 [40]
1642 Easter Worcs Thomas Baylies Lewis Bolton de Brierley, Staffs, mason Debt on an obligation: £14; undefended (damages blank) KB27/1675, m. 265 [41]
1642 Easter London John Beale William Reynoldes Indebitatus Assumpsit: 100 tons of English copperas (centum dolea calcanthi) at rate of £7 for each ton and to procure lighters at the Copperis Wharf at Redriffe, Surrey, etc., and £300 for divers merchandise KB27/1675, m. 204 [42]
1642 Easter Som Milo Bebys Nicholas Symonds Indebitatus Assumpsit: two cows for £7; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1675, m. 117 [43]
1642 Easter London Thomas Beedham James Fawcett, citizen and merchant tailor of London Debt on an obligation: £40; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 333 [44]
1642 Easter London Thomas Beedham James Fawcett, citizen and merchant tailor of London Debt on an obligation: £200; undefended; (30s damages) KB27/1675, m. 335 [45]
1642 Easter London Mary Bell, widow, administratrix of Thomas Bell Thomas Addams; and John Warner, lately sheriffs of London Indebitatus Assumpsit: Escape: Thomas Bell became mainpernor for John Lourtault, sr, at suit of William Towerson, in which case the award was for £233; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1675, m. 183 [46]
1642 Easter Sussex Ann Bennett, widow George Lord de Warbleton, Sussex, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £400; demurrer; award of debt plus £3 damages KB27/1675, m. 226 [47]
1642 Easter London Elizabeth Bennyon, widow Willliam Hatten de Cotton, Salop, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £200; imprisoned KB27/1675, m. 137 [48]
1642 Easter Herefs George Benson, professor of Sacred Theology James Boughan de Madley, Herefs, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £40; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 324 [49], d[50]
1642 Easter Herefs George Benson, professor of Sacred Theology John Lawrence de Madley, Herefs, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £40; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 324 [51]
1642 Easter Yorks Richard Berrie, gent William Horne de Hunsworth, Yorks, gent Debt on an obligation: £30; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 328 [52]
1642 Easter Derbs John Berry John Travis de Droylsden, Lancs, yeoman; George Jackson de Droylsen, Lancs, yeoman; Maurice Worsley de Ashton under Lyne, Lancs, husbandman; Oates Beeley de Ashton under Lyne, Lancs, husbandman; Richard Eller de Openshaw, Lancs, husbandman; William Haughton de Openshaw, Lancs, husbandman; and William Chorlton de Bradford, Lancs, collier Trespass: assault KB27/1675, m. - [53]
1642 Easter London Drugo Best Henry Hoyle de Tottenham High Cross, Middx, surgeon & Sara his wife, executrix of Lucretia Bowman, widow Indebitatus Assumpsit: £20 for beer KB27/1675, m. 19 [54]
1642 Easter (London) Francis Bickley, armiger George Reniger de Bourne, Lincs, draper Supplicavit on a King's Bench judgment in Debt for £1,200 plus £4 KB27/1675, m. 289 [55]
1642 Easter (London) Francis Bickley, armiger Richard Reniger de Bourne, Lincs, draper Supplicavit on a King's Bench judgment in Debt for £1,200 plus £4 KB27/1675, m. 289 [56]
1642 Easter London Thomas Bingham Grace Harding, citizen and wax chandler of London Debt on an obligation: £100; undefended; (25s damages) KB27/1675, m. 306 [57]
1642 Easter Derbs Katherine Blackshawe John Henshawe alias Fogg de Whitbotham, husbandman Trespass on the Case KB27/1675, m. - [58]
1642 Easter Dorset Edmund Blanford Robert Muston de Shaftesbury, baker Trespass: beating and taking a cow in Blanford Forum KB27/1675, m. 302 [59]
1642 Easter Northt Samuel Bletsoe Paul Dennytt de Wellingborough, Northt, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £60 (debt owed to Samuel Bletsoe and William Bletsoe, but Samuel survived William); undefended; (24s damages) KB27/1675, m. 113 [60]
1642 Easter Northt Samuel Bletsoe Thomas Hensman de Wellingborough, Northt, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £60 (debt owed to Samuel Bletsoe and William Bletsoe, but Samuel survived William); undefended; (24s damages) KB27/1675, m. 113 [61]
1642 Easter (Corn) Sampson Bloye John Halls de Fenton Gowan, Corn, armiger Supplicavit on a King's Bench judgment in Debt for £80 plus 25s KB27/1675, m. 291d [62]
1642 Easter (London) John Bludworth Edward Knightley, grocer; Robert Knightley, grocer; and William Guy, haberdasher Supplicavit on a King's Bench judgment in Debt for £300 plus 35s damages KB27/1675, m. 182 [63]
1642 Easter London Samuel Bonfoy Henry Cole de Acton, Midd, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £40; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 94 [64]
1642 Easter London Samuel Bonfoy Henry Cole de Acton, Midd, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £10; undefended; (40s damages) KB27/1675, m. 94 [65], d[66]
1642 Easter Sussex William Booker John Deerling de Horsham, husbandman Debt on an obligation: 80s; undefended (21s) KB27/1675, m. 130 [67]
1642 Easter London Stephen Borneman Henry Sefton, citizen and merchant tailor of London Debt on an obligation: £63/1/3; mainpernors KB27/1675, m. 161 [68]
1642 Easter Exeter Robert Borrough John Foote de Crediton, Devon, weaver Debt on an obligation: £4; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 149 [69]
1642 Easter London Noell Boteler de Barnwell All Saints, Northt, gent Thomas Hustwaite de Brington, Hunts, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £10; Penal Bond; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 158 [70]
1642 Easter Notts Thomas Boulton John Nodes de Hatfield, Yorks, gent Debt on an obligation: £30; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 270 [71]
1642 Easter Exeter Edward Bovey John Wislake de Topsham, Devon, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £5; Penal Bond; confessed at nisi prius; award of debt plus £6 costs KB27/1675, m. 152 [72]
1642 Easter Sussex Richard Bragg John Latter de Rotherfield, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £200; undefended (damages blank) KB27/1675, m. 74 [73]
1642 Easter Middx William Brayne Henry Furnes of St Clement Danes, sadler Debt on an obligation: £30; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 320 [74]
1642 Easter London John Brelsford George Roulston of St Clement Danes, taylor Debt on an obligation: £12; Penal Bond; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 262 [75]
1642 Easter Derbs John Bretland, gent, a clerk of King's Bench Edward Foard de Whaley Bridge, yeoman Trespass on the Case KB27/1675, m. - [76]
1642 Easter London Edmund Brewer, cleric Henshawe Alliston alias Elliston de Halsted, Essex, yeoman, son of Grace Alliston alias Elliston de Acton, Suff, widow Debt on an obligation: £180; undefended; (28s damages) KB27/1675, m. 103 [77]
1642 Easter Yorks James Bright Anthony Urton de Lightwood in Norton, Derbs, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £200; undefended; (30s damages) KB27/1675, m. 355 [78]
1642 Easter London Thomas Brockett, armiger Richard Thornton de South Hykeham, Lincs, cleric Debt on an obligation: £80; undefended; (25s damages) KB27/1675, m. 101 [79]
1642 Easter Som Phillip Brodford Thomas Furber de Stony Stratton in Evercreech, Som, husbandman Debt on an obligation: £20 (owed to Phillip and one George Joyce, gent, whom Phillip survived); undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 220 [80]
1642 Easter (London) Martin Brooke Anthony Edwards de ___, Kent, yeoman Indebitatus Assumpsit: timber for £6; exigent KB27/1675, m. 212 [81]
1642 Easter Bucks William Brooks John Theede Debt on a loan: £6; undefended (40s damages) KB27/1675, m. 81 [82]
1642 Easter London Thomas Brothers, cleric Richard Wetnall & Elizabeth his wife Defamation: "Brothers is a forsworn, perjured fellow, and I will prove him one; he is a perjured fellow, he is a rogue." Undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1675, m. 169 [83]
1642 Easter London Thomas Browker, armiger John Hayes de Mistley, Essex, gent Debt on an obligation: £120; undefended; (26s8d damages) KB27/1675, m. 357 [84]
1642 Easter Wilts Benedict Browne, gent Andrew Mortimer de Bromham, Wilts, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £100; undefended (25s damages) KB27/1675, m. 62 [85]
1642 Easter Wilts Benedict Browne, gent George Mortimer de Kennett in Avebury, Wilts, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £100; undefended (25s damages) KB27/1675, m. 62 [86]
1642 Easter Derbs Edmund Browne Thomas Cawdall de Reddish, Lancs, husbandman Trespass: assault KB27/1675, m. - [87]
1642 Easter Gloucs Francis Browne, armiger Richard Batten de Yrate (Yate?), Gloucs, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £50; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 361 [88]
1642 Easter (Middx) John Browne Robert Lanuder Supplicavit on a King's Bench judgment in Debt for £115 plus £12 KB27/1675, m. 268 [89]
1642 Easter London John Browne & Margaret his wife Edward Bacon Trespass: assault on wife at London; self defence KB27/1675, m. 276 [90]
1642 Easter London Richard Browne John Francks, sailor Assumpsit: 162 chaldrons of sea coal computing 21 chaldrons for each 20 with warranty that the coal was good and merchantable at rate of £33/10/- for each 21 chaldrons, but not good and merchantable KB27/1675, m. 284 [91]
1642 Easter Norf William Brundish Thomas Elmy de Harlston, beer brewer Debt on an obligation: £40; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 348 [92]
1642 Easter (Middx) Thomas Bubbyn John Jefferson de Wickham Market, Suff, tailor Supplicavit on a King's Bench (James I) judgment in Debt for £6/-/6 plus 53s4d KB27/1675, m. 97 [93], d[94]
1642 Easter Corn Richard Buller, knight John Paulley alias Polle de St Mabyn, husbandman Debt on an obligation: £11/13/4; Penal Bond; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 213 [95]
1642 Easter London Edward Bullock, armiger Elias Wright Indebitatus Assumpsit: £10 for divers quarters of malt; delivered a bond of £5 for part; as to the rest undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1675, m. 53 [96]
1642 Easter Essex Edward Bullock, armiger Elias Wright de Tillingham, Essex, barber surgeon Debt on an obligation: £5; undefended (damages blank) KB27/1675, m. 54 [97]
1642 Easter England Milo Burkett, cleric William Burkett, cleric Error mainpernors in a case of Debt with recovery of £200: Thomas Burkett de St Dunstan in the East, London, merchant; William Frowde de St Katherine Coleman, London, citizen and clothier of London; John Dawson de All Saints, Barking, London, mercer; and Mathew Kinston de St Olaves, Hart Street, London, wine cooper, who bind themselves in £400 KB27/1675, m. 58 [98]
1642 Easter Exeter Robert Burrough Joan Borrough, widow, executrix of Gilbert Borrough, husbandman, lately her husband Debt on an obligation: £24; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 150 [99], d[100]
1642 Easter Som John Burton Lewis Parr of Dulverton, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £10; Penal Bond; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 229 [101]
1642 Easter Yorks Thomas Burton John Marshe Indebitatus Assumpsit: £10/4/- for a flax or line iron and rye; undefended; inquest of damages; £11/11/8, costs of 6d; increment of £4 KB27/1675, m. 238 [102]
1642 Easter Derbs Robert Bythe John Tayler de HorsedghaLL, Lancs, gent; James Cocker de Royton, Lancs, husbandman; Robert Hothill de Royton, Lancs, husbandman; and Thomas Chipping de Royton, Lancs, husbandman Trespass KB27/1675, m. - [103]


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Year Term County Plaintiff Defendant Details Reference
1642 Easter (Norwich) Peter Capon Peter Clayton de Norwich, rough mason Error on a Common Pleas case of Trespass on the Case for building a wall such that rain fell on and destroyed his roof and so close that it blocked his window and light; verdict of £5 and costs of 20s; and increment of £7/10/- KB27/1675, m. 342 [104], d[105]
1642 Easter Corn George Carewe, gent Robert Goode de St Teath, husbandman Debt on an obligation: £14/10/-; Penal Bond; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 272 [106]
1642 Easter Corn George Carewe, gent William Hockin of St Teath, husbandman Debt on an obligation: £14/10/-; Penal Bond; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 272 [107]
1642 Easter Derbs Richard Carier, cleric Edward Summers, administrator of Roger Harrison de Smerell Grange in Youlgreave, Derbs Debt on an obligation: £60; undefended (15s damages) KB27/1675, m. 199 [108]
1642 Easter Corn William Carmynowe, armiger Reginald Rogers de St Breward, Corn, gent Debt on an obligation: £5; Penal Bond; undefended; (24s damages) KB27/1675, m. 298 [109]
1642 Easter Oxon Edward Carpenter, armiger Ann Franclin, widow, executrix of Thomas Franclin, lately her husband Debt on an obligation: £51; plene administravit KB27/1675, m. 141 [110]
1642 Easter London Judith Carpenter, executrix of Ann Hughes, widow, lately executrix of Rowland Hughes William Hill & Cicilia his wife, lately Cicilia Stephens of London, widow Debt on an obligation: £4; undefended (£3 damages KB27/1675, m. 119 [111]
1642 Easter Sussex John Carrill, knight William Pratt Debt on a loan: £120; undefended; (40s damages) KB27/1675, m. 191 [112]
1642 Easter London Ann Carter, widow Edmund Wastropp de Horndon on the Hill, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £40; undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 39 [113]
1642 Easter London Anselm Carter James Lidsey de London, merchant Debt on an obligation: £106; Penal Bond; demurrer KB27/1675, m. 250 [114]
1642 Easter Beds William Carter Thomas Field de Barton, sr, yeoman; and Thomas Field de Barton, jr, yeoman Trespass: assauylt in Ampthill KB27/1675, m. - [115]
1642 Easter London John Catherall alias Hookes Henry Collopp of Flitton, Beds, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £12; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 356 [116]
1642 Easter Derbs John Chadwicke Robert Holt de Lowerplace, Lancs, yeoman; Richard Romsbotham de Ramsbottom, Lancs, yeoman; Robert Chadwick de Dunnisbooth, Lancs, yeoman & Jane his wife; and John Armwood de Cross Hall, Lancs, yeoman Trespass: assault KB27/1675, m. - [117]
1642 Easter Essex Robert Chambers, gent Thomas Hutton Debt on an obligation: £5; undefended; (40s damages) KB27/1675, m. 104 [118]
1642 Easter London Francis Chamberlaine & Sara his wife Thomas Rylie Defamation: Thow art a whore and a bawd, are not you the housewife that keeps this bawdy house; are not you that knave Chamberlens wife? I know you; you have been the bawd to my wife and Creswell (Robert Creswell, gent) night by night." Verdict for £13/6/8, costs of 53s4d; increment of £6/6/8 KB27/1675, m. 322 [119]
1642 Easter London John Chapman & Margaret his wife, administratrix of John Wolfall Paul Partoone Indebitatus Assumpsit: £15/1/6 for divers merchandise; verdict for £18, costs of 53s4d; increment of £4/16/8 KB27/1675, m. 251 [120], d[121]
1642 Easter London John Chappell de London, merchant George Sharpulls de London, merchant Debt on an obligation: £120; undefended; (26s8d damages) KB27/1675, m. 244 [122]
1642 Easter London John Chare John Trott de Chelsey, Middx, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £12; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 193 [123]
1642 Easter London John Chare John Trott de Chelsey, Middx, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £12; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 193 [124]
1642 Easter Middx John Cheek George Southwaite, jr Debt on a purchase of skins: 60s; Penal Bond; undefended (40s damages) KB27/1675, m. 226 [125]
1642 Easter London Phillip Chetwind Richard Whitakers, citizen and stationer of London Debt on an obligation: £100; Penal Bond; verdict for debt, damages of 12d, costs of 53s4d; and increment £4/6/8 KB27/1675, m. 203 [126]
1642 Easter Derbs William Chorlton Richard Hallywell de Manchester, Lancs, vintner; Richard Fox de Manchester, Lancs, gent; Ranulf Tippinge de Manchester, Lancs, shoemaker; William Stockdale de Manchester, Lancs, sadler; Thomas Walworke alias Richardson de Manchester, shoemaker; Ralph Hunt de Manchester, shoemaker; and Robert Coppocke de Manchester, shoemaker Trespass KB27/1675, m. - [127]
1642 Easter Sussex George Churchar, armiger, sheriff of Sussex Henry Penthecost de Lindfield, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £80; Performance Bond for appearance before Justices in Westminster in a plea of Debt for £80 KB27/1675, m. 99 [128]
1642 Easter (London) James Clarke Richard Milton of Linton, Cambs, mercer Supplicavit on a King's Bench judgment in Debt for £100 plus 25s KB27/1675, m. 268 [129], d[130]
1642 Easter London John Clarke John Bushell, armiger Debt on an obligation: £600; Penal Bond; undefended; (40s damages) KB27/1675, m. 287 [131], d[132]
1642 Easter London William Clarke Richard Weller, gent, a clerk of Robert Henley and Samuel Wightwick, armigers, chief clerks of King's Bench Debt on an obligation: £40; undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 107 [133]
1642 Easter (London) Samuel Clarkeson Thomas Farrer of the Middle Temple, London, gent, a clerk of Robert Henley and Samuel Wightwick, armigers, chief clerks of King's Bench Supplicavit on a King's Bench judgment in Debt for £200 plus 21s KB27/1675, m. 278 [134]
1642 Easter (Norf) James Clayborne John Bircham de Hundolneston, grocer Error on a Common Pleas case in Defamation: "Thow livest by deceiving, cozening, and common cheating of every man with whom thou buyest or sellest and thou art a cheating knave, and I will prove it: question me if thow darest." KB27/1675, m. 341 [135], [136]
1642 Easter Middx William Clayborne, armiger Thomas Wannerton Trespass: assault in St Margaret, Westminster, and imprisonment KB27/1675, m. 61 [137]
1642 Easter (York City) William Clayton, gent, a clerk of King's Bench Francis Burley de Crofton, Yorks, cleric Error on a King's Bench case of Trespass: assault in York, outlawry KB27/1675, m. 371 [138]
1642 Easter Oxon William Cleburne (Lessor: William Rawlinson, gent) Henry Walker de Bucknell alias Buckenhall, gent; and Richard Freeman de Bucknell alias Buckenhall, ueoman Ejectment: in Bucknell; undefended; inquest of damages; verdict for possession and 6d damages, costs of 2d; increment of £4 KB27/1675, m. 259 [139]
1642 Easter London Edward Cleggatt, administrator of Andrew Jones Peter Nephewe Conversion sur Trover: 310 pounds of compeach wood, value of £200 KB27/1675, m. 167 [140]
1642 Easter London George Clement Michael Gatwood de London, merchant Debt on an obligation: £150; undefended; (28s damages) KB27/1675, m. 211 [141]
1642 Easter Derbs Francis Cleyton, gent Robert Bowdon de Whittle, yeoman Trespass KB27/1675, m. - [142]
1642 Easter London Edward Cludd; and Thomas Walmesley Edward Ireland Indebitatus Assumpsit: £173/4/7 for merchandise; plea that by subsequent agreement plaintiffs would receive 200 from Robert Hayes and Richard Ellys then owed to Ireland; verdict for £200, costs of 53s4d; increment of £9/6/8 KB27/1675, m. 286 [143], d[144]
1642 Easter Devon William Cockram Hugh Melhuish de Witheridge, gent Debt on an obligation: £80; undefended; (damages blank) KB27/1675, m. 230 [145]
1642 Easter (Middx) Robert Cole, gent; and Rex, qui tam Cramner Herris de Woodham Mortimer, Essex, knight Supplicavit on a Common Pleas judgment in Trespass on the Case for £38 KB27/1675, m. 160 [146]
1642 Easter London Edward Coles John Robinson de Shiplake, Oxon, laborer Trespass: assault in London KB27/1675, m. 49 [147]
1642 Easter (London) John Colme, gent, a clerk of Robert Henley and Samuel Wightwick, armigers, chief clerks of King's Bench Elizabeth Lowe de St Clement Danes, widow; and Vincent Lowe, son and heir apparent of said Elizabeth (Vincent now being deceased) Supplicavit on a King's Bench judgment in Debt for £800 plus 40s KB27/1675, m. 147 [148]
1642 Easter (London) John Colme, gent, a clerk of Robert Henley and Samuel Wightwick, armigers, chief clerks of King's Bench John Scudamore de Chalkhill, Middx, armiger Debt on an obligation: £200; undefended (damages blank) KB27/1675, m. 147 [149]
1642 Easter Norf Richard Constable, jr Edward Stoakeley de Burnham Westgate, blacksmith; William Tucke de Burnham Westgate, grocer; and Thomas Wullwes de Burnham Westgate, husbandman Error on a Common Pleas case in Trespass: breach of close in Great and Little Ringstead; undefended; inquest of damages: damages of £29, costs of 20s; increment of £5/10/- KB27/1675, m. 340 [150], d[151]
1642 Easter Norf John Cooper, gent John Durrant Debt on a lease in Reymerston: £8; jury KB27/1675, m. 34 [152]
1642 Easter (Norf) Margaret Cooper, widow, executrix of Nicholas Cooper, lately her husband William Darcye de Whinburgh, Norf, yeoman alias William Basse de Whinberidge, Norf, yeoman Debt: fieri facias for recovery of £100 plus 25s damages KB27/1675, m. 162 [153]
1642 Easter (Exeter) Elizabeth Copplestone, widow John Maddocke Error on a case in Exeter City Court in Indebitatus Assumpsit for a commensal arrangement for Elizabeth Maddocke, John's daughter for as much as merited, duration of 4 months (60s for the food, drink, and lodging) and an account insimul with arrears of £11/8/5.5; verdict for £11/8/6.5 KB27/1675, m. 281 [154], d[155]
1642 Easter Essex John Corey John Slipper de West Ham, miller; George Jorden de West Ham, miller; George Miller de West Ham, laborer; Freeman Reynolds de Stratford Bowe, miller; George Wilding de St Leonard, Middx, miller; and Thomas Cowdon de St Leonard, Middx, miller Trespass: breaking an aquaduct and diverting the ancient course of the stream to his mill KB27/1675, m. - [156]
1642 Easter London Thomas Costew, gent Richard Jorne de St Martin in the Fields, Middx Debt on an obligation: £80; undefended; (25s damages) KB27/1675, m. 282 [157]
1642 Easter Corn William Courtney, gent; Francis Courtney, gent; Thomas Burne; and Nichola Camell John Hambly de St Ethe (St Teath?), yeoman Debt on an obligation: £20; Penal Boond; undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 211 [158]
1642 Easter Berks Francis Coxed, gent Nicholas Shawe; Robert Evans; and Nicholas Roberts alias Robins Trespass: assault in Newbury, imprisonment KB27/1675, m. 353 [159]
1642 Easter London John Cranfield & Mary his wife Thomas Stevens Trespass: assault on wife; verdict for £5; costs of 53s4d; increment of £4/6/8 KB27/1675, m. 237 [160]
1642 Easter Derbs Richard Crichlawe Lawrene Cottam de Claughton Trespass: assault KB27/1675, m. - [161]
1642 Easter Som Lawrence Cridland Lewes Sandford of North Curry, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £80; Penal Bond; undefended; (25s damages) KB27/1675, m. 303 [162]
1642 Easter London Thomas Crowdey Henry Hodgkin & Grace his wife, lately Grace Richards, widow Indebitatus Assumpsit: £106 KB27/1675, m. 294 [163]
1642 Easter London Robert Cruse (Lessor: Thomas Champyon) Thomas Wagstaffe Ejectment: London, St Benet Fink; verdict for possession plus 12d damages, 53s4d in costs; increment of £4/6/8 KB27/1675, m. 176 [164]
1642 Easter Exeter William Cruse (a mercer of Dulverton) Amias Upham de Dulverton, Som, husbandman Error on a Common Pleas case of Defamation: "William Cruse must shut up his shop windows and run away, for he is undone for all that he hath will not satisfy Master Sidenham (John Sidenham de Dulverton)." Undefended; inquest of damages; verdict of damages of £40, costs of 10s, increment of £13/10/- KB27/1675, m. 131 [165], d[166]


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Year Term County Plaintiff Defendant Details Reference
1642 Easter Corn Peter Dagg John Jeffry Trespass: breach of close in St Teath; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1675, m. 271 [167]
1642 Easter London Phillip Danyell William Chester, armiger Debt on an account: £60; confessed; (30s damages) KB27/1675, m. 165 [168]
1642 Easter London Francis Dashwood Jaques le Grand de St Botolph without Bishopsgate, London, weaver Debt on a loan: £1000; undefended; (damages blank) KB27/1675, m. 263 [169]
1642 Easter Som William Davis Henry Talbott Debt on a purchase of a mare: £4; undefended; (damages erased) KB27/1675, m. 227 [170]
1642 Easter Bucks Henry Deane, gent John Ashe Debt on a loan: £4; undefended; (damages blank) KB27/1675, m. 337 [171]
1642 Easter Bucks Henry Deane, gent William Asheby Debt on a loan: £4 (shillings blank); undefended; (damages blank) KB27/1675, m. 337 [172]
1642 Easter (London) Henry Dennys John Jervis de London, pewterer Error on a suit in Common Pleas in Indebitatus Assumpsit for £10 for various household items (detailed); verdict for £11, costs of 53s4d; increment of £7/6/8 KB27/1675, m. 312 [173]
1642 Easter Beds Nicholas Denton, armiger, executor of Mathew Denton de Barton, armiger William Doo de Branfield, Beds, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £40; undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 63 [174]
1642 Easter London Robert Dycer Henry Rowland, citizen and salterer of London Debt on an obligation: £30; Penal Bond; verdict for debt plus damages for detention of 12d, costs of 53s4d, and increment of £4/6/8 KB27/1675, m. 175 [175], d[176]
1642 Easter Warw Job Dighton, armiger Thomas Clopton de Clopton, ermiger Debt: £1000; (aborted) KB27/1675, m. 359 [177]
1642 Easter London John Dynes Henry Fleetewood de Fleet Street, London, gent Debt on an obligation: £100; confessed; (25s damges) KB27/1675, m. 295 [178]
1642 Easter London George Dipford, merchant Francis Harvey, merchant Indebitatus Assumpsit: bills of exchange involving St Malo, France, London and Lyme Regis; 806 crowns; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1675, m. 138 [179], d[180]
1642 Easter Middx Michel Dyson (Lessor: Abraham Corcellis) Michael Hutchinson Ejectment: in Westminster Drury Lane in St Martin in the Fields; non prosecution before jury KB27/1675, m. 317 [181]
1642 Easter Middx Richard Dixe William Wright de Edmonton, chapman Trespass: breach of close: house and barn in Edmonton KB27/1675, m. 301 [182]
1642 Easter (Newcastle upon Tyne) Francis Dobson de York City, master (of the ship The Willing Minde of Yorke) and sailor Henry Hardcastle de London, merchant Error on a case in the Town Court of Newcastle upon Tyne in Indebitatus Assumpsit: delivery of coal from Newcastle to London and alternative arrangments, at 20s per chaldron of sea coal (64 chaldrons) plus £37 for customs and costs for total of £101; verdict for £94/7/6 in damages, 12s1d.in costs KB27/1675, m. 310 [183], d[184]
1642 Easter London Thomas Dodd, gent Benjamin Alston, citizen and clothworker of London Debt on an obligation: £5; Penal Bond; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 258 [185]
1642 Easter London Thomas Dodd, gent Benjamin Alston, citizen and clothworker of London Debt on an obligation: £5; Penal Bond; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 260 [186]
1642 Easter London Ann Doggett, spinster Nathaniel Andrewe Defamation: "I met with her without the gate upon the green, and there I did kiss her; and I did ask her where their folkes were (meaning the sons and seervants of John Dogget); and she told me they were in bed; and I took her by the hand and led her into the house, and there Ilaid her down and did occupy her on the floor." (and when asked why he did not marry her:) "What? Shall I marry a whore?" KB27/1675, m. 336 [187]
1642 Easter London Cornelius Dowse, gent, attorney of King's Bench Edward Warde de Bagshot, Surrey, innholder Debt on an obligation: £40; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 248 [188]
1642 Easter (London) Timothy Drake John Read de London, merchant Supplicavit on a King's Bench judgment in Debt for £85 plus 25s KB27/1675, m. 254 [189]
1642 Easter Lincs Edmund Draper (Lessor: Edward Younge) William Clarke de Langtoft, Lincs, yeoman Ejectment: in Langtoft KB27/1675, m. 87 [190]
1642 Easter Suff Margaret Drury, spinster Thomas Jermyn de Little Thurlow, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £40; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 239 [191]
1642 Easter England William Dudley Robert Jenney, gent Error mainpernors in a case of Debt with recovery of £40: Martin Calthorpe de The Inner Temple, gent; and Thomas Church de St James, Clarkenwell, gent, who bind themselves in £80 KB27/1675, m. 59 [192]
1642 Easter London Robert Duke Thomas Carpenter Trespass on the Case (aborted) KB27/1675, m. 161 [193]
1642 Easter Staffs John Duncalfe Thomas Doughty of Wolverhampton, gent Debt on an obligation: £40; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 240 [194]


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1642 Easter London Edmund Edlyn Robert Buntinge, citizen and vintner of London Debt on a loan: £400; confessed; (40s damages) KB27/1675, m. 319 [195]
1642 Easter Wilts George Edwards, executor of James Elliott de Redlinch in Downton, yeoman James Reynolds de Downton, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £6; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 323 [196], d[197]
1642 Easter London Renatus Edwards Henry Lee; and Hugh Cartwright Trespass: breach of close: house and shopin St Peter, Cheapside; mainpernors KB27/1675, m. 275 [198]
1642 Easter London George Elcock; and William Turpyn William Willcockes & Elianor his wife, administratrix of James Willan Indebitatus Assumpsit: many sewing materials (detailed) for £52/17/2; verdict for £48, costs of 53s4d; increment of £6/6/8 KB27/1675, m. 296 [199], d[200]
1642 Easter London Thomas Elyott, gent, a clerk of Robert Henley and Samuel Wightwick, armigers, chief clerks of King's Bench Ralph Willett, gent Indebitatus Assumpsit: an account with arrears of £11/2/2; undefended; inquest of damages; verdict of £12/10/-, costs of 26s/8d; increment of 53s4d KB27/1675, m. 135 [201]
1642 Easter (Middx) Lawrence Erisby, administrator of William Mountsteven de Stanford, Lincs Mountague Orisby, gent Supplicavit on a King's Bench judgment in Trespass on the Case for £224/4/6 KB27/1675, m. 100 [202]
1642 Easter London William Essington Henry Finch, citizen and vintner of London Debt on an obligation: £60; undefended (24s damages) KB27/1675, m. 136 [203]
1642 Easter Devon Gilbert Eveleigh, gent, a clerk of King's Bench Thomas Tresilian de St Levan, Corn, yeoman Indebitatus Assumpsit: forbearance from prosecuting further a case of debt in the Court of Whitehall KB27/1675, m. 331 [204]
1642 Easter Middx Henry Evens Mathew Cooke de Launceston, Corn, gent Debt on an obligation: £10; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 297 [205]
1642 Easter Middx Richard Evens, gent, an attorney of King's Bench James Mooney Debt on a a loan: £40; undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 209 [206]
1642 Easter Som William Everye, armiger, lately sheriff of Somerset Walter Combe de Closworth, Som, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £300; Performance Bond for appearance of William Holway in King's Bench to answer Maximilian Bard in Trespass; plea that Holway appeared in Trinity Term (1641?) KB27/1675, m. 372 [207]


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1642 Easter London Daniel Ferbancks; and Isaac Legay, merchants Abraham de la Fortree, merchant; and James de la Fortree, merchant Indebitatus Assumpsit: bills of exchange between London and Antwerp (aborted) KB27/1675, m. 178 [208], d[209]
1642 Easter London Daniel Ferbancks; and Isaac Legay, merchants Isaac Romyer, merchant Indebitatus Assumpsit: bills of exchange between London and Rouen; 1,000 crowns (£220/16/8); verdict for 220/16/8; costs of 53s/4d (stops before increment and judgment) KB27/1675, m. 177 [210], d[211]
1642 Easter London Daniel Ferbancks; and Isaac Legay, merchants Robert Wake, administrator of Lionel Wake, jr Indebitatus Assumpsit: bills of exchange between London and Rouen; 800 crowns (£176/13/4); verdict for 206; costs of 53s/4d (stops before increment and judgment) KB27/1675, m. 174 [212], d[213]
1642 Easter London John Ferne Richard Dancey de Adisham, Kent, gent Debt on an obligation: £20; undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 70 [214], d[215]
1642 Easter Northt Henry Fish John Richardson de Warmington, Northt, tailor Debt on an obligation: £140; Penal Bond; undefended (28s damages) KB27/1675, m. 112 [216], d[217]
1642 Easter Beds Henry Fish Humfrey Newton de Oundle, Northt, esq Debt on an obligation: £15; Penal Bond; undefended; (damages blank) KB27/1675, m. 365 [218]
1642 Easter Middx Francis Fisher, gent Noel Boteler de Barnwell, Northt, gent Debt on an obligation: £100; undefended (25s damages) KB27/1675, m. 65 [219]
1642 Easter Exeter Robert Flemynge James Gammon de Barnstaple, Devon, merchant Debt on an obligation: £200; undefended; (30s damages) KB27/1675, m. 304 [220]
1642 Easter London Roger Fletcher Thomas Poole Debt on a purchase of black thread and brown thread: £14/18/-; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 236 [221]
1642 Easter Notts John Flower de Everton, husbandman John Rogers, gent Trespass: non-prosecution KB27/1675, m. 127 [222]
1642 Easter (Surrey) Susanna Folliott, widow, executrix of Roger Folliott Ann Burford Supplicavit on a judgment in the Palace Court of Westminstr in Indebitatus Assumpsit for £5/19/- KB27/1675, m. 215 [223], d[224]
1642 Easter London Robert Forrest Edmund Lambe de Boyton, Wilts, armiger Debt on an obligation: £400; undefended (40s damages) KB27/1675, m. 206 [225]
1642 Easter London Richard Forster, gent John Gage de Raunds, Northt, armiger Debt on an obligation: £200; undefended; (30s damages) KB27/1675, m. 368 [226]
1642 Easter London Richard Forster, gent John Gage de Raunds, Northt, armiger Debt on an obligation: £200; undefended; (30s damages) KB27/1675, m. 368 [227]
1642 Easter Kent William Furner Thomas Lambe Debt on an account: £11/2/10; undefended (40s damages) KB27/1675, m. 32 [228]
1642 Easter London Henry Futter Humfrey Bradborne, citizen and clothworker of London Debt on an obligation: £60; undefended; (24s damages) KB27/1675, m. 251d [229]


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1642 Easter England William Gale Christofer Crowson alias Cookeson de Durham, gent Error mainpernors on a case of Debt with recovery of £80: Thomas Ogle de Barras Hall, Northumb, armiger; Peter Smart a prebendary of Durham Cathedral, and John Jerome de St Lawrence in the Old Jewry, London, gent, who bind themselves in £160 KB27/1675, m. 57 [230]
1642 Easter Dorset Robert Galpin Robert Rydett of St Andrew Melbron (Milborne St Andrew), miller Debt on an obligation: £26; Penal Bond; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 362 [231], d[232]
1642 Easter Dorset Christofer Gardiner, gent Robert Fookes de Iwerne Courtney, Dorset, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £8; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 124 [233]
1642 Easter Dorset Christofer Gardiner, gent Robert Fowkes de Iwerne Courtney, Dorset, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £16; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 124 [234]
1642 Easter London James Garrad, citizen and alderman of London, now knight William Murray de St Martin in the Fields, armiger Debt on an obligation: £60; undefended (24s damages) KB27/1675, m. 305 [235]
1642 Easter London James Garrad, citizen and alderman of London, now knight Samuel Wilson de St Martin in the Fields, gent Debt on an obligation: £60; undefended (24s damages) KB27/1675, m. 305 [236]
1642 Easter Bucks Robert Gates Richard Harrison de Newport Pagnell, Bucks, carpenter Debt on an obligation: £7; Penal Bond; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 245 [237]
1642 Easter Wilts Emanuel Gauntlett Samuel Lynch, gent Indebitatus Assumpsit: various cloths, ribbons, sewing equipment (all detailed) for £66/15/3; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1675, m. 123 [238], d[239]
1642 Easter Hants Joan Geale Edward Barnard de Basingstoke, tanner Debt on an obligation: £240; undefended; (31s damages) KB27/1675, m. 134 [240]
1642 Easter Hants Joan Geale Edward Barnard de Basingstoke, tanner Debt on an obligation: £100; undefended; (25s damages) KB27/1675, m. 134 [241]
1642 Easter London George Gent, armiger; and Thomas Bagley, gent Edward Nurse de St Alphage, London, vintner Debt on an obligation: £600; undefended; (50s damages) KB27/1675, m. 319 [242]
1642 Easter Sussex Daniel German, cleric Edward Hanchett, gent, administrator of Henry Garton, armiger Debt on an obligation: £80; undefended (25s damages) KB27/1675, m. 72 [243]
1642 Easter London William Gibbes Conam Catelyne, citizen and haberdasher of London Debt on an obligation: £100; undefended; (25s damages) KB27/1675, m. 290 [244]
1642 Easter London Lawrence Gibson, gent, a clerk of Robert Henley and Samuel Wightwick, armigers, chief clerks of King's Bench Thomas Barker de Westminster, Middx, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £8; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 164 [245]
1642 Easter London Lawrence Gibson, gent, a clerk of Robert Henley and Samuel Wightwick, armigers, chief clerks of King's Bench William Ceely de The Middle Temple, London, armiger Debt on an obligation: £40; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 164 [246]
1642 Easter Leics Nicholas Gilbert, sr Henry Wise Debt on a purchase of a cow: £3; undefended; (40s damages) KB27/1675, m. 234 [247]
1642 Easter Leics Robert Gilbert, gent William Squire de Gaddesby, Leics, gent Debt on an obligation: £8; Penal Bond; undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 64 [248]
1642 Easter Lincs Robert Gilbert Robert Wolmer, executor of Thomas Wolmer de Ingoldsby, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £4 (debt owed to Plaintiff and one Adam Chapman, whom Plaintiff survived); undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 85 [249]
1642 Easter Lincs Robert Gilbert, administrator of John Gilbert de Ingoldsby, yeoman Robert Wilmer, executor of Thomas Wolmer de Ingoldsby, Lincs, locksmith Debt on an obligation: 40s; undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 86 [250]
1642 Easter Devon John Gill John Hole de Bow, Devon, gent Debt on an obligation: £20; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 301 [251]
1642 Easter Essex Robert Gill John Perman de East Horndon, yeoman & Mary his wife Trespass: breach of close: The Orchard and the Garden in Emgrave (Ingrave) KB27/1675, m. - [252]
1642 Easter London Bartholomew Gilman Thomas Horth de Great Yarmouth, Norf, merchant Debt on an obligation: £400; undefended (40s damages)(satisfied next Hilary Term, 1643) KB27/1675, m. 252 [253], d[254]
1642 Easter London Bartholomew Gilman Robert Seaman, citizen and fishmonger of London Debt on an obligation: £400; undefended (40s damages) KB27/1675, m. 252 [255]
1642 Easter Suff John Godbold Hugh Verdon de Cretingham, Suff, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £24; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 96 [256]
1642 Easter Corn Lewis Godfrey, gent, a clerk of Robert Henley and Samuel Wightwick, armigers, chief clerks of King's Bench Henry Michell, gent Debt on an account insimul: £9/15/6 KB27/1675, m. 271 [257]
1642 Easter Middx Flower Godman, widow Mathew Emerson de Stretham, Surrey, gent Debt on an obligation: £60; undefended; (24s damages) KB27/1675, m. 215 [258]
1642 Easter Lincs Edward Goodyere, gent Michael Roberts Indebitatus Assumpsit: an account insimul with arrears of £4/10/-; undefended; inquest of damages; verdict: £4/11/-; costs 2d; increment £4 KB27/1675, m. 29 [259]
1642 Easter London John Gould Robert Waterhouse de London, gent, a clerk of Thomas Fanshawe, armiger and John Keeling, armiger, coroners and attorneys of King's Bench Debt on an obligation: £15; undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 81 [260]
1642 Easter Suff Ann Greene, widow Edward Harfy de Cuckfield, Sussex, woolen draper Debt on an obligation: £40; undefended (damages blank) KB27/1675, m. 74 [261]
1642 Easter (Middx) John Greene, gent, a clerk of Robert Henley and Samuel Wightwick, armigers, chief clerks of King's Bench Richard Banester de St Clement Danes, Middx, clothworker Supplicavit on a King's Bench judgment in Debt for £28 plus 20s KB27/1675, m. 75 [262]
1642 Easter (Middx) John Greene, gent, lately bailiff of the liberty of the Duchy of Lancaster at the Stand Richard Basse, gent, a clerk of Robert Heath, knight, and George Paule, knight, chief clerks for enrolling pleas in King's Bench Supplicavit on a King's Bench judgment in Debt for £50 plus 40s KB27/1675, m. 77 [263]
1642 Easter London Henry Grimston, knight Thomas Lathum de London, gent, a King's Bench attorney Debt on an obligation: £100; undefended (25s damages) KB27/1675, m. 101 [264]


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Year Term County Plaintiff Defendant Details Reference
1642 Easter Som John Hadye John Pope de Chard, tailor Trespass: breach of close: house in Chard; assault on Elizabeth Hody, servant; undefended; inquest of damages; verdict for 3s4d damages, costs of 40s; increment of 40s KB27/1675, m. 224 [265], d[266]
1642 Easter London Ralph Hall Ralph Asmall de Gorton, Lancs, yeoman Conversion sur Trover: a sow, price of 60s in London KB27/1675, m. 19 [267]
1642 Easter Derbs Ralph Hall Thomas Knott de Ashton under Lyne, Lancs, yeoman Trespass KB27/1675, m. - [268]
1642 Easter London Thomas Hampson, armiger James Graves, citizen and cordwainer of London Debt on an obligation: £600; Performance or Penal Bond: Thomas Beech was employed by Hampson in the Office of Statutes and was behind in his accounts, so the condition is that Thomas Beech, James Grove and Lawrence Stanley pay the amounts that appear in the books of account of that office KB27/1675, m. 200 [269]
1642 Easter London William Hardingham Thomas Hamor, grocer Debt on an obligation: £12; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 347 [270]
1642 Easter London Richard Hargrave William Murray, armiger Indebitatus Assumpsit: oats, beans, and chandlers wares for £16/17/-; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1675, m. 140 [271]
1642 Easter London John Harrington, armiger; Richard Longe, armiger; and Samuel Crooke, cleric, exxecutors of Edward Chetwyne, doctor of Sacred Theology George Hunt de Shrewsbury, Salop, clothworker Debt on an obligation: £600; undefended; (50s damages) KB27/1675, m. 223 [272]
1642 Easter Essex Leonard Harrington, gent William Alliston de Sturmer, gent Debt on a loan: £80; confessed; (20s damages) KB27/1675, m. 103 [273]
1642 Easter Leics Francis Harris William Squire Debt on a loan: £30; undefended (40s damages) KB27/1675, m. 66 [274]
1642 Easter Oxon Giles Harris John Osbaston de Chadlington, Oxon, gent Debt on an obligation: £2,000; confessed; (damages blank) KB27/1675, m. 185 [275]
1642 Easter (London) Robert Harris & Joan his wife, lately Joan Rawlyn de London, spinster Phillip Rawlin de Ingatestone, Essex, yeoman (now deceased) Debt: 20 plus 21s damages recovered in King's Bench: fieri facias KB27/1675, m. 364 [276]
1642 Easter (York) Marmaduke Harrison Thomas Story Error on a case in the Palace Court of York in Indebitatus Assumpsit: 2 black oxen for £10/10/-; verdict for £10/11/-, costs of 2d KB27/1675, m. 330 [277], d[278]
1642 Easter London Percival Hart Edmund Bacon, gent Debt on a loan: £11/12/-; undefended; (40s damages) KB27/1675, m. 195 [279]
1642 Easter Devon Emanuel Harvey John Friend Trespass: abducted and rode off with animals in Chudleigh KB27/1675, m. 150 [280]
1642 Easter London John Hatt, gent Mathew Mynnes alias Mennes, knight of the Bath Debt on an obligation: £800; undefended; (£3 damages KB27/1675, m. 288 [281]
1642 Easter London Robert Hawes, gent, executor of John Fisher, gent Anthony Chester de Chicheley, Bucks, knight and baronet Debt on an obligation: £60; undefended; (damages blank) KB27/1675, m. 365 [282]
1642 Easter (London) Robert Hayes; and Anthony Hayes John Egerton de London, yeoman Error on a Common Pleas case in Trespass: taking of 24 barrels of soap value of £100 KB27/1675, m. 86 [283], d[284]
1642 Easter Corn Walter Headdon, executor of Augustine Headdon Richard Arnell of Cheriton Bishop, Devon, husbandman Debt on an obligation: £5; undefended; (40s damages) KB27/1675, m. 291 [285]
1642 Easter (London) Adrian Henrix Thomas Clopton de La Savoy in the Strand, Middx, gent Supplicavit on a Common Pleas judgment in Debt for £600 plus £13 damages KB27/1675, m. 163 [286]
1642 Easter London Townsend Hereford, gent Bennett Richardson de Hereford, gent Debt on an obligation: £40; undefended (damages blank) KB27/1675, m. 185 [287]
1642 Easter Middx Ralph Heygate George Conyers, gent, a clerk of Robert Henley and Samuel Wightwick, armigers, chief clerks of King's Bench Debt on an obligation: £5; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 145 [288]
1642 Easter Berks Elizabeth Heyter, widow, executrix of Thomas Heyter, lately her husband Andrew White de Sutton, sr, husbandman or de Deverell Longbridge, Wilts Debt on an obligation: £20; undefended (20s/12d damages) KB27/1675, m. 153 [289]
1642 Easter Berks Elizabeth Heyter, widow, executrix of Thomas Heyter, lately her husband Andrew White de Sutton, jr, de Deverell Longbridge, Wilts, husbandman Debt on an obligation: £20; undefended (20s/12d damages) KB27/1675, m. 153 [290]
1642 Easter London John Hickes Charles Crompton de Badley, Suff, gent Debt on an obligation: £20; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 269 [291]
1642 Easter (Lincs) Richard Hickson, armiger Richard Brandon de Long Bennington, Lincs, yeoman Supplicavit on a King's Bench judgment in Debt for £160 plus 30s KB27/1675, m. 85 [292]
1642 Easter London Elizabeth Hyett, widow, administratrix of Henry Hyett, lately her husband John Charnock de Great Harrowden, Northt, gent Debt on an obligation: £20; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 320 [293]
1642 Easter London Ann Hill Robert Morris de Ash Priors, Som, yeoman & Prudence his wife Defamation: "I (Prudence) brought Mistress Anne Hill abed with John Gard and did heal them up hot and so departed and by the time I came down the bottom of the bed fell out." Ended an agreed upon marriage. KB27/1675, m. 18 [294], d[295]
1642 Easter Som Fabian Hill Thomas Parsivall de Weston, Som, gent Debt on an obligation: £320; undefended (35s damages) KB27/1675, m. 223 [296]
1642 Easter Bucks Roland Hynde Robert Compton de Wooburn, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £100; undefended; (25s damages) KB27/1675, m. 339 [297]
1642 Easter Bucks Roland Hynde Christofer Kinge de Wooburn, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £100; undefended; (25s damages) KB27/1675, m. 339 [298]
1642 Easter (Norf) Anthony Hobart, jr, gent Elizabeth Holland, widow Supplicavit on a King's Bench judgment in Debt for £3/10/- plus £7/3/4 damages KB27/1675, m. 52 [299]
1642 Easter England Anthony Hobart, gent Robert Mickleborowe, jr Error mainpernors in a case of Debt with recovery of £19/10/-: Henry Humberston de Loddon, Norf, gent; William Thurbarne de St Dunstan in the West, London, gent, who bind themselves in £39 KB27/1675, m. 58 [300]
1642 Easter London Anthony Hobart, jr, gent Robert Mickleborowe, jr Defamation: "Mistress Hobart (Ann Hobart, mother of Anthony)may now go to see her son Anthony Hobart hanged, and for that he hath committed high treason by forging, and counterfeiting of the King's privy seal." Verdict for £50, costs of 53s4d; increment of £12/6/8 KB27/1675, m. 180 [301]
1642 Easter (Norf) John Hobart, knight and baronet Thomas Bastard, gent, an attorney of Common Pleas Supplicavit on a Common Pleas case in Debt for £200 plus 20s damages KB27/1675, m. 345 [302]
1642 Easter (Norf) John Hobart, knight and baronet John Haggar, gent, a clerk of Robert Henley and Samuel Wightwick, armigers, chief clerks of King's Bench Supplicavit on a Kings Bench case in Trespass on the Case for £40 KB27/1675, m. 345 [303]
1642 Easter Lincs William Hobson, gent (Lessor: William Geere, armiger; William Turlington; and Robert Bavand) William Rawlett; and William Porey Ejectment: in Sutton St Edmund KB27/1675, m. 309 [304]
1642 Easter Middx John Hodges, gent, a clerk of Robert Henley and Samuel Wightwick, armigers, chief clerks of King's Bench John Hartwell Debt on an account insimul: £4; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 142 [305]
1642 Easter London Denzel Hollis, armiger Nicholas Arnold de Llanthony, Monm, armiger Debt on an obligation: £300; undefended; (25s damages); satisfied in 1655 KB27/1675, m. 49 [306]
1642 Easter London Thomas Hollister; and Daniel Hollister, executors of Dorothy Hollister, widow Alexander Neale de Yate, Gloucs, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £60; Penal Bond; undefended KB27/1675, m. 334 [307]
1642 Easter London William Hood Francis Medcalfe Indebitatus Assumpsit: a loan of £5 (aborted) KB27/1675, m. 361 [308]
1642 Easter London John Hope John Evans Debt on a loan: £60; confessed KB27/1675, m. 65 [309]
1642 Easter (Dorset) John Hoskins, gent John Syms de Cotleigh in Mapperton, yeoman Supplicavit on a King's Bench judgment in Debt for £100 plus 25s KB27/1675, m. 132 [310]
1642 Easter (Dorset) John Hoskins, gent John Williams de Perry House in Sturminster Newton Castle, Dorset, gent Supplicavit on a King's Bench judgment in Debt for £200 plus 30s KB27/1675, m. 132 [311]
1642 Easter Dorset John Hoskins, gent John Dod de North Cadbury, Som, cleric Debt on an obligation: £100; Penal Bond; undefended; (25s damages) KB27/1675, m. 133 [312]
1642 Easter London Dido Howell, administratrix of Rice Thomas alias Rees Thomas William, lately her husband Morgan Rosser de Bedwellty, Monm, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £3/19/10; undefended; (40s damages) KB27/1675, m. 360 [313]
1642 Easter London Dido Howell, administratrix of Rice Thomas alias Rees Thomas William, lately her husband Thomas Rosser de Bedwellty, Monm, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £3/19/10; undefended; (40s damages) KB27/1675, m. 358 [314]
1642 Easter Norf William Howlett Henry Hullyard de King's Lynn, Norf, yeoman; together with Margaret Bell de King's Lynn, spinster Conversion sur Trover: 10 gold rings, 2 silver bodkins, 1 handkercher with 8s in money, and a half crown piece of silver, worth in all £20. Non prosecution with award to defendant of 50s in costs KB27/1675, m. 198 [315]
1642 Easter London Ann Hudson, widow, administratrix of Jonathan Hudson, lately her husband Gilbert Meacklins of York, skinner Covenant: bargain and sale of 5,000 gray cony skins (detailed); demurrer KB27/1675, m. 318 [316], d[317]
1642 Easter (Hants) Robert Hudson, armiger John Oglander, knight, lately sheriff of Hampshire Supplicavit on a King's Bench judgment in Debt for £30 plus £8/-/6 KB27/1675, m. 249 [318]
1642 Easter Leics Edward Huggeford, gent Michael Payne de Medbourne, Leics, gent Debt on an obligation: £100; undefended (25s damages) KB27/1675, m. 25 [319]
1642 Easter Leics Edward Huggeford, gent Henry Presgrave de Gretton, Northt, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £100; undefended (damages blank) KB27/1675, m. 25 [320]
1642 Easter Essex Benjamin Hulke William Whitebread; and Roger Hulke Replevin: non-prosecution KB27/1675, m. 66 [321]
1642 Easter Notts William Hunt Michael Roberts, son of Richard Roberts, sr, de Long Bennington, Lincs, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £100 (debt owed to Plaintiff and one Michael Robinson, whom plaintiff survived); undefended (25s damages) KB27/1675, m. 79 [322]
1642 Easter London Ann Hurt, spinster Richard Ludgold de Wakering, Essex, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £20; undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 38 [323]
1642 Easter London Edward Hutchins John Gregorie de Abingdon, Berks, jr, gent Indebitatus Assumpsit: an account insimul with arrears of £46/15/4 KB27/1675, m. 18 [324]


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1642 Easter Derbs Silvester Ingham William Clarkson de Lancaster, cordwainer Trespass on the Case KB27/1675, m. - [325]
1642 Easter (London) Thomas Insley Henry Hopkins de London, armiger, warden of the Fleet Prison; James Ingam de London, armiger; and Thomas Rivett de London, gent Error on a suit in Common Pleas in Trespass: assault in London and imprisonment; the reasonable fees owed to the warden of the Fleet Prison and collection thereof KB27/1675, m. 311 [326], d[327]
1642 Easter Oxon Christofer Irons William Cotton Indebitatus Assumpsit: £9/6/8 for two cows; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1675, m. 253 [328], d[329]
1642 Easter Oxon Christofer Irons John Smith Indebitatus Assumpsit: £22/10/- for seven cows; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1675, m. 254 [330], d[331]
1642 Easter Oxon Christofer Irons Richard Wright Indebitatus Assumpsit: £13 for four cows; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1675, m. 255 [332], d[333]


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1642 Easter London John Jameson Peter Scott Indebitatus Assumpsit: an account with arrears of £38/10/- for divers merchandise; verdict for £20/13/4, costs of 53s/4d; increment of £4/16/8 KB27/1675, m. 262 [334]. d[335]
1642 Easter Wilts Thomas Jarvis, gent Mathias Wallys, gent, an attorney of King's Bench Indebitatus Assumpsit: an account insimul with arrears of 55s; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1675, m. 224 [336]
1642 Easter Yorks Robert Jeffrason Robert Godson Indebitatus Assumpsit: 4 oxen for £19; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1675, m. 366 [337]
1642 Easter Kent Richard Jemmett, gent Richard Pelsett de Leigh, jr Debt on an obligation: £20; undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 33 [338]
1642 Easter Norf Robert Jermy, armiger Gilbert Parker de Alborough, gent Debt on an obligation: £300; undefended (35s damages) KB27/1675, m. 35 [339]
1642 Easter Norf Thomas Jessopp John Forby; and Thomas Wiseman Replevin: in Letton KB27/1675, m. - [340]
1642 Easter Essex Thomas Johnson John Ayleward de Feering, Essex, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £20; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 258 [341]
1642 Easter Monm William Jones Henry Lewes de Matherne, Monm, gent Debt on an obligation: £200; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 220 [342]


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1642 Easter Derbs John Kay Samuel Parsivall de Salford, Lancs, yeoman & Hester his wife Trespass: assault KB27/1675, m. - [343]
1642 Easter Devon Walter Kelland Henry Ellacott de Broadclist, Devon, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £100; undefended; (15s damages) KB27/1675, m. 291 [344]
1642 Easter Essex Richard Kempe Thomas Rochell de Latchingdon, yeoman Trespass: breach of close: in Latchingdon (no plea) KB27/1675, m. 71 [345]
1642 Easter London Thomas Kenne; and Francis Newton Thomas Johnson Indebitatus Assumpsit: cloth (detailed: black plush, black stain, black lukes satin, black parragon, black towers grogran, etc) for £61/15/10 to be sold at the request of Johnson to one Thomas Lunsford ; exoneration KB27/1675, m. 217 [346]
1642 Easter London Elizabeth Kennede, widow Humfrey Farley, citizen and grocer of London Debt on an obligation: £200; undefended; (30s damages) KB27/1675, m. 275 [347]
1642 Easter Salop William Keysall John Warter de Worfield or of Stableford, jr, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £20; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 240 [348]
1642 Easter Dorset Richard Kinge, armiger Francis Rose alias Rosse, jr of Shepton Beauchamp, Som, gent Debt on an obligation: £27; Penal Bond; undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 227 [349]
1642 Easter London William King Edmund Purpett Debt on a loan: £40; undefended; (40s damages) KB27/1675, m. 287 [350]
1642 Easter Middx Thomas Knowlis John Child Debt on a loan: £200; undefended; (40s damages) KB27/1675, m. 142 [351]


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1642 Easter Lincs George Lacon Thomas Veale of Bilsby, Lincs, butcher Debt on an obligation: £10; Penal Bond; plaintiff outlawed in prior case KB27/1675, m. 28 [352], d[353]
1642 Easter Devon Robert Lacey John Hamlett, executor of Joan Bone, widow Debt on an obligation: £6; plene administravit KB27/1675, m. 149 [354]
1642 Easter London John Lambert, gent Samuel Dawson de Bromley in Leeds, Yorks, husbandman Debt on an obligation: £20; undefended; (21s damages)(satisfied Michaelmas Term 1651) KB27/1675, m. 248 [355]
1642 Easter Wilts Philipp Lambert Henry Lacocke de Corton in Boyton, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £200; undefended (30s damages) KB27/1675, m. 126 [356]
1642 Easter Essex John Lane, cleric William Mott de Rochford, Essex, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £100; undefended; (25s damages) KB27/1675, m. 357 [357]
1642 Easter Kent William Langgreeg Robert Remington de Capell, clothier Debt on an obligation: £40; undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 46 [358]
1642 Easter (Middx) Edward Langton Arthur Tench de London, merchant Supplicavit on a King's Bench judgment in Debt for £80 plus 25s KB27/1675, m. 328 [359]
1642 Easter Leics James Leake, cleric Henry Hill de Sewstern, Leics, gent Debt on an obligation: £20; Penal Bond; undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 22 [360]
1642 Easter London Joseph Lee & Helen his wife Robert Warner Defamation: "Thow art a thieving ___ go steal more pottle pots and kettles out of the Harrowe (the mansion house of one __ Gullett, known as The Sign of the Harrowe)." "Will youjustify that I did steal any pots and kettles." "I will justify it and prove it." Verdict for £5, costs of 53s4d; increment of £4/6/4 KB27/1675, m. 314 [361]
1642 Easter Derbs Samuel Lees Ralph Haslome de Rochdale, Lancs, husbandman Trespass on the Case KB27/1675, m. - [362]
1642 Easter (Middx) Elizabeth Leigh Nevill Poole de Oaksey, Wilts, knight, lately sheriff of Wiltshire Error on a Common Pleas case that he made a false return that a defendant had no goods or chattels available for execution of a judgment KB27/1675, m. 214 [363], d[364]
1642 Easter London John Leigh John Southam, citizen and clothworker of London Debt on an obligation: £300; undefended; (30s damages) KB27/1675, m. 173 [365]
1642 Easter Monm Edward Lewis, armiger, lately sheriff of Brecon Henry Williams de St Michael Cwmdwy, Brecon Debt on an obligation: £40 (no plea) KB27/1675, m. 353 [366]
1642 Easter London Richard Libb, armiger, lately sheriff of Oxfordshire William Lovell de Bloxham, Oxon, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £100; Performance Bond for appearance of Lovell in King's Bench to answer Rodolph Warcopp in Trespass KB27/1675, m. 110 [367]
1642 Easter Norf William Lyfe, sr Robert Colman Indebitatus Assumpsit: 56s, 3 obols for divers merchandise; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1675, m. 41 [368]
1642 Easter Oxon John Lyn, gent Samuel Fulkes Indebitatus Assumpsit: an account insimul with arrears of £49 (for 90 quarters of hay and for £4 for costs in a suit) KB27/1675, m. 48 [369]
1642 Easter (Middx) Thomas Lloyd, gent Ann Hide, widow Supplicavit on a King's Bench judgment in Trespass for £31/10/- KB27/1675, m. 327 [370]
1642 Easter Som John Lock, sr William Tayler de Glastonbury, Som, chandler Debt on an obligation: £48; undefended; (24s damages) KB27/1675, m. 279 [371]
1642 Easter London Mary Lovett, widow, executrix of Richard Lovett William Spencer de Claverdon, Warw, knight and baronet Indebitatus Assumpsit: £11/10/- for a gold ring adorned with diamonds and one emerald and for a silver and gilt tablet KB27/1675, m. 18 [372]
1642 Easter England Samuel Lownes, gent, underage Mathew Browne de Stratford Bowe, Middx, armiger Error mainpernors for recovery of £800: George Willmer de Stratford Bowe, armiger and Edward Browne de St Michael le Royal, London, merchant, who bind themselves in £1,600 KB27/1675, m. 57 [373]
1642 Easter Essex William Luckyn (lately sheriff of Essex) Francis Cuttmer de Dagenham, Essex, laborer Debt on an obligation: £4 (unpaid amount of a £40 debt); undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 355 [374]
1642 Easter Corn Richard Luky David Martyn Trespass: assault in Launceston, and imprisonment; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1675, m. 293 [375]


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1642 Easter London Abigale Mace, widow James Deleane de Canning Street, London, merchant Debt on an obligation: £200; undefended (30s damages) KB27/1675, m. 232 [376]
1642 Easter Devon Robert Mayne William Dennys of Pyworthy, Devon, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £10; Penal Bond; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 151 [377]
1642 Easter Essex Elizabeth Mall, widow John Warner Damages for defendant for want of a count after arrest KB27/1675, m. 61 [378]
1642 Easter London Edward Maninge, armiger Phillip Brookesbye, citizen and merchant tailor of London Debt on an obligation: £200; undefended (30s damages)(satisfied next Trinity Term) KB27/1675, m. 222 [379]
1642 Easter London Edward Maninge, armiger William Mercer, citizen and merchant tailor of London Debt on an obligation: £200; undefended (30s damages)(satisfied next Trinity Term) KB27/1675, m. 222 [380]
1642 Easter London Thomas Manley, gent Francis Bewty de Densy, Essex, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £40; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 192 [381]
1642 Easter London Thomas Manley, gent Robert Gardiner de St Clement Danes Debt on an obligation: £40; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 194 [382]
1642 Easter London Thomas Manley, gent Francis Plaidon de Tillingdon, Essex, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £40; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 192 [383]
1642 Easter (Pontefract) John Marre William Scoley Error on a case in Pontefract Town Court in Trespass: breach of close in Northgate and broke a stone wall; non prosecution; award to defendant for costs of 18s8d KB27/1675, m. 241 [384], d[385]
1642 Easter Kent Richard Martyn, gent, a clerk of Robert Henley and Samuel Wightwick, armigers, chief clerks of King's Bench Susanna Robins, widow, administratrix of Thomas Robins de Ashford (Esheford), Kent, woolendraper, sr, lately her husband Debt on an obligation: £200; confessed KB27/1675, m. 21 [386]
1642 Easter London Grace Mason, widow John Sayer de Aldham, Essex, armiger Debt on an obligation: £100; undefended; (25s damages) KB27/1675, m. 155 [387]
1642 Easter London Henry Mason Selwin Parker de St Martin in the Fields, Middx, knight Debt on an obligation: £120; undefended; (26s8d damages) KB27/1675, m. 298 [388]
1642 Easter Lincs Robert Mason, gent (Lessor: Ann Reresby, widow) Robert Skelton Ejectment: in Hundleby; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1675, m. 27 [389]
1642 Easter London Edward Master, gent James Delean de London, merchant Debt on an obligation: £200; undefended; (30s damages) KB27/1675, m. 235 [390]
1642 Easter London Richard Mawditt, citizen and haberdasher of London William Webb de Covent Garden, tailor Debt on a loan: £26; confessed; (20s damages) KB27/1675, m. 245 [391]
1642 Easter Essex Edward Maynard, administrator of Arthur Maynard de Epping, gent Thomas Hutton Debt on a loan: £5; undefended; (40s damages) KB27/1675, m. 104 [392]
1642 Easter Wilts Mayor of the Borough of Wilton and The Burgesses of the Guild of Merchants of Wilton John Everton de Wilton, broadweaver Debt on an obligation: £25; undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 125 [393], d[394]
1642 Easter Som Thomas Meare John Pollard de Shapwick, husbandman Debt on an obligation: £20; Penal Bond; undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 118 [395]
1642 Easter Yorks Alexander Metcalfe, gent Clement Stephenson de Shadwell, Yorks, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £80; undefended; (25s damages) KB27/1675, m. 329 [396]
1642 Easter London Ann Middleton, spinster Thomas Johnson, citizen and pharmacist of London Debt on a loan: £40; confessed; (20s damages) KB27/1675, m. 261 [397]
1642 Easter London William Middleton, baronet Henry Patrickson de Frizington, Cumber, armiger Debt on an obligation: £30; Henry had agreed to pay William, then marshal of the Marshalsea, 4s weekly for lodging or chamber rent of John Salkeld, then a prisoner; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 168 [398], d[399]
1642 Easter (Corn) Humfrey Millard Phillip Symons Supplicavit on a King's Bench judgment in Trespass on the Case for £12 KB27/1675, m. 272 [400]
1642 Easter London Thomas Mille, armiger Francis Michelborne de London, merchant Debt on an obligation: £200; undefended; (30s damages)(satisfied the following Trinity Term) KB27/1675, m. 139 [401]
1642 Easter Leics Henry Mitton, armiger John Spencer Trespass: breach of close: Anclehill in Melton Mowbray; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1675, m. 24 [402]
1642 Easter Leics Henry Mitton, armiger Henry Trigge Trespass: breach of close: Sysonby Close in Sysonby in Melton Mowbray; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1675, m. 26 [403]
1642 Easter London Adam Moesler, doctor in medicines and doctor of Charles I William Rastell & Elizabeth his wife, executrix of Gertrude Swanne, widow Indebitatus Assumpsit: Gertrude had a cancerous ulcer on her shoulder and hired Moesler to instruct and advise apothecaries and surgeons for the application of medicines etc for a cure for as much as reasonably merited (£40) KB27/1675, m. 315 [404]
1642 Easter London Thomas Mollinex, merchant (Lessor: Robert Eyre, cleric) John Eason Ejectment: in London New Fish Street; verdict guilty, damages 12d, costs 53s4d; increment of £4/6/8 KB27/1675, m. 184 [405]
1642 Easter London William Mongre, gent John Marshall Indebitatus Assumpsit: a cloak (described in detail) delivered on credit for as much as reasonably merited (£3/19/7) KB27/1675, m. 242 [406]
1642 Easter (Middx) John Moore William Warren de Beaconsfield, Bucks, gent Supplicavit on a King's Bench judgment in Debt for £29/1/- plus £3 KB27/1675, m. 267 [407]
1642 Easter London John Morris Roderic ap Richard de Llanychayarn, Card, yeoman Defamation: In Welsh: "Thow art a thief; thow has stolen plow irons." (no plea) KB27/1675, m. 264 [408], d[409]
1642 Easter London Thomas Morris & Susanna his wife, lately Susanna Chettinge John Worsopp de Windsor, armiger Debt on an obligation: £300; undefended; (50s damages) KB27/1675, m. 306 [410]
1642 Easter London Nicholas Moseley Richard Cudworth de London, factor; and Robert Whitehead de London, innholder Debt on a loan: £400; undefended; (40s damages) KB27/1675, m. 287 [411]
1642 Easter London Mark Mott, gent, underage, by Adrian Mott, gent, his guardian specially admitted Francis Hawkins Debt on a lease in Booking (full terms): £16; undefended (50s damages) KB27/1675, m. 154 [412], d[413]
1642 Easter Kent William Moums (de Waldershare, Kent), baronet Thomas Harvey (de Studdell in Northborne), yeoman Debt on a lease in Waldershare: £180 KB27/1675, m. 67 [414], d[415]


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1642 Easter Som Lawrence Nehellin John Cooke de Cannington, Som, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £8; Penal Bond; undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 218 [416]
1642 Easter Notts Paul Neile, knight William Coleby de Stroby, Notts, gent Debt on an obligation: £280; undefended; (28s damages) KB27/1675, m. 328 [417]
1642 Easter Sussex Richard Nevill, armiger Robert Burden de Fletching, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £200; undefended (24s damages) KB27/1675, m. 46 [418]
1642 Easter London Nicholas Newton Francis Newton Debt on a loan: £300; confessed; (30s damages) KB27/1675, m. 267 [419]
1642 Easter Middx William Niccols, gent John Towse; and Abraham Reynardson, sheriffs of Middlesex Debt on an Escape from imprisonment for a King's Bench recovery: £7/1/-; undefended (40s damages) KB27/1675, m. 80 [420]
1642 Easter London Harman Nicholls John Glover Trespass: assault in London; John, a parishioner in St Mary Abchurch, was seated in the church during divine services; Harman, not a parishioner, sat on the top of the seat interposed between John and the minister so John could not hear and would not move; verdict: damages 40s, costs of 53s4d; increment of £5/6/8 KB27/1675, m. 190 [421]
1642 Easter London George Nodes, gent John Gray de London St Botolph without Aldersgate, clothier Debt on an obligation: £100; undefended; (25s damages) KB27/1675, m. 307 [422]
1642 Easter London George Nodes, gent Edward Hanchett de Woolavington, Sussex, armiger, administrator of Henrty Garton, armiger Debt on an obligation: £600; undefended; (50s damages) KB27/1675, m. 307 [423]
1642 Easter Suff Elizabeth Noothe, widow Hugh Verdon de Cretingham, Suff, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £40; undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 97 [424]
1642 Easter Wilts Richard North Martin Card de Cloferd (Cloverd), Som, carpenter Debt on an obligation: £12; undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 20 [425]
1642 Easter Kent Joshua Nower Susanna Robyns, administratrix of Thomas Robyns, sr, lately her husband Debt on an obligation: £100; confessed; (25s damages) KB27/1675, m. 91 [426]


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1642 Easter London James Olliver; and Thomas Clarke, executors of William Bringfield during the minority of Olliffe Bringfield and James Bringfield Hugh White Indebitatus Assumpsit: receipt of money owed to Willilam Bringfield as if he were still alive; undefended; inquest of damages; verdict of £18, costs of 26s8d; increment of 63s4d KB27/1675, m. 300 [427]
1642 Easter London James Olliver; and Thomas Clarke, executors of William Bringfield during the minority of Olliffe Bringfield and James Bringfield Hugh White Indebitatus Assumpsit: will provision to sell the manors of Eagle and North Skarle to pay debts; confgessed; inquest of damages; verdict for 283, costs of 26s8d; no increment listed; (satisfied ) KB27/1675, m. 299 [428], d[429]
1642 Easter Staffs Elizabeth Orton, widow, executrix of John Orton, lately her husband John Bagnold de Heywall Grange, Staffs, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £20; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 136 [430], d[431]
1642 Easter London Lambert Osbalstone Thomas Michell de London or of Codicote, Herts Error on a case in Common Pleas in Debt on an obligation for £100: undefended: award of debt plus £31/3/4 in damages KB27/1675, m. 313 [432], d[433]
1642 Easter Som Henry Osborne George Hutchins Trespass: breach of close: Frarthing and Huntshaie in Kingstone; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1675, m. 221 [434]
1642 Easter London William Ouldbury Jane Williams, widow Debt on a loan: £40; undefended; (damages blank) KB27/1675, m. 139 [435]
1642 Easter (Northt) Christofer Ousterby Joseph Curtis Supplicavit on a case in the Town court of Northampton in Trespass on the Case: £15/11/8 KB27/1675, m. 30 [436]
1642 Easter (Northt) Christofer Ousterby Joseph Curtis Supplicavit on a case in the Town court of Northampton in Trespass on the Case: £10/6/10 KB27/1675, m. 30 [437]
1642 Easter (London) Heriot Washbourne Robert Ownsteed de Croydon, Surrey, tanner Error on a Common Pleas case of Debt on an obligation: £40; Penal Bond; undefended (40s damages) KB27/1675, m. 369 [438]
1642 Easter London Isaac Owton Edward Ockendon Indebitatus Assumpsit: £17/1/9 for dung KB27/1675, m. 179 [439]


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1642 Easter Norf Thomas Padfield Robert Mickleburgh de Hales, Norf, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £120; confessed; (25s damages) KB27/1675, m. 159 [440]
1642 Easter Hunts Robert Payne, armiger John Jackson de St Neots, dyer Error on a Common Pleas case of Defamation: "Your master keeps a false bushel with which he cheats and cozens the poor." KB27/1675, m. 44 [441], d[442]
1642 Easter London Thomas Paradyne, executor of Peter Paradine de London, gent George Dannett de London, gent Debt on an obligation: £400; undefended (40s damages) KB27/1675, m. 82 [443]
1642 Easter London John Parker, armiger Gilbert Havers, citizen and clothworker of London Debt on an obligation: £200; undefended; (30s damages)(committed to the Marshalsea next Michaelmas Term) KB27/1675, m. 325 [444]
1642 Easter London John Parker, armiger Arthur Tench de London, merchant Debt on an obligation: £200; undefended; (30s damages)(committed to the Marshalsea next Michaelmas Term) KB27/1675, m. 325 [445], d[446]
1642 Easter London William Parr, merchant Richard Bennett, merchant Indebitatus Assumpsit: bills of exchange between London and Rouen; 500 crowns; verdict for £135 damages, costs of 53s/4d; increment of £7/6/8 KB27/1675, m. 171 [447], d[448]
1642 Easter London William Parr, merchant Richard Bennett, merchant Indebitatus Assumpsit: bills of exchange between London and Rouen; 500 crowns; verdict for £135 damages, costs of 53s/4d; increment of £6/16/8 KB27/1675, m. 172 [449], d[450]
1642 Easter London Joan Parsemore, widow, administratrix of Thomas Man alias Manne, rector of St Olaves, Silver Street, lately her brother Nicholas Harris de Long Itchington, Warw, gent Debt opn an obligation: £12/7/-; undefended; (damages erased) KB27/1675, m. 265 [451]
1642 Easter Leics John Pate, armiger, lately sheriff of Leicestershire Augustine Lowe de Belton, Leics, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £100; undefended (25s damages) KB27/1675, m. 64 [452]
1642 Easter Som Richard Paule Alfonse Hamlyn Indebitatus Assumpsit: 2 oxen for £13/5/-; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1675, m. 128 [453]
1642 Easter London John Peacocke, gent John Charriott de St Clement Danes, merchant tailor Debt on a loan: £100; undefended; (25s damages) KB27/1675, m. 246 [454]
1642 Easter Middx Richard Peir Michael Coomes Defamation: "Dick Peir is a rogue and a thief and stole his father's bacon, for which another man was like to be hanged; will you (Sara Hayward, spinster, intended bride)) have such a base fellow as he is? His father nor any of his generation was ever good." KB27/1675, m. 290 [455], d[456]
1642 Easter London Robert Pemberton Goddard Pemberton, gent, executor of Lewis Pemberton de Rushden, Northt, knight Debt on an obligation: £2,000; confessed; (£6 damages) KB27/1675, m. 194 [457]
1642 Easter Bucks Henry Pen Martin Kinge de Lathbury, Bucks, gent Debt on an obligation: £100; Penal Bond; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 338 [458]
1642 Easter (London) Isaac Pennyngton; and John Wollaston, lately sheriffs of London Henry De Rensine de Cony Hoop Lane in le Poultrey, London Supplicavit on a King's Bench judgment in Debt for £50 plus 40s KB27/1675, m. 256 [459]
1642 Easter Kent John Perch, gent Pricilla Osborne de Sittingborne, Kent, widow Debt on an obligation: £25; undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 83 [460]
1642 Easter London John Perkyns Edmund Clough Defamation: "John Perkins is a cheating cozening rogue; and I will prove he hath cheated and cozened Anthony Graves of tallow to the value of forty shillings." Verdict of £5 damages, 53s4d costs, and increment of £6/6/8 KB27/1675, m. 283 [461], d[462]
1642 Easter London Thomas Pincke William Thomas de Westerton in Ludchurch, Pemb, gent Debt on an obligation: £12; undefended; (21s damages); Defendant committed to Marshalsea in Trinity term KB27/1675, m. 76 [463]
1642 Easter London Susanna Pinker, widow, administratrix of Edward Pinker de St Clement Danes, lately her husband Robert Pylande Indebitatus Assumpsit: an account with arrears of £22 for divers merchandise; undefended; inquest of damages; verdict for 12/10/-, costs of 26s8d; increment of 53s4d KB27/1675, m. 247 [464]
1642 Easter London James Pinckney Robert Price Indebitatus Assumpsit: an account with arrears of £18 and a sale of 500 tiles for 10s and a coat for as much as Plaintiff would lay out (18s) KB27/1675, m. 120 [465]
1642 Easter London James Pinckney Robert Price Indebitatus Assumpsit: loans of £3 and £5 and 3s and 2s KB27/1675, m. 121 [466]
1642 Easter London Francis Playne & Ann his wife Adam Hamon de Godmersham, Kent, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £20; undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 70 [467]
1642 Easter London William Plomer, armiger, lately sheriff of Bedfordshire William Dyne de Houghton Regis, Beds, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £40; undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 63 [468]
1642 Easter London Richard Poole, gent John Whitlache de St Ann Blackfriars, clock maker Debt on an obligation: £10; undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 231 [469], d[470]
1642 Easter London Eudymion Porter de London, armiger John Stone de London, armiger Debt on an obligation: £3,000; Performance Bond for indenture articles; demurrer KB27/1675, m. 144 [471], d[472]
1642 Easter London John Porter, armiger John Waite Debt on a lease in Margaretting, Essex: £21; undefended (40s damages) KB27/1675, m. 181 [473]
1642 Easter Middx John Porter Richard Ellis Indebitatus Assumpsit: £327/4/9 for bricks, lime, sand, nails, tiles, etc and for work of bricklaying KB27/1675, m. 243 [474]
1642 Easter Som Richard Pounsett & Alice his wife, executrix of Richard Wright John Chamber alias Chamberlen of North Cadbury, glover Debt on an obligation: 46s; Penal Bond; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 229 [475]
1642 Easter (Corn) John Prideaux, armiger Phillip Wallis de Blisland, Corn, gent Supplicavit on a King's Bench judgment in Debt for £100 plus £5 KB27/1675, m. 117 [476]
1642 Easter Devon Peter Prydeaux, knight and baronet William Denney de Bodmin, Corn, upholsterer Debt on an obligation: £16; undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 130 [477]
1642 Easter Sussex Thomas Pume John Copper de Hailsham, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £200; undefended (30s damages) KB27/1675, m. 50 [478]


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1642 Easter Som Humfrey Quicke, gent George Bridge Trespass: breach of close: Easthay in West Monkton; undefended; inquest of damages; 2d damages, 40s costs; increment of 40s KB27/1675, m. 224d [479]


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1642 Easter Yorks Christofer Radley Nichoals Whittles de Herringthorpe Debt on an obligation: £4; undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 270 [480]
1642 Easter Norf Thomas Randall, cleric Thomas Whick de West Walton, jr, gent Debt on an obligation: £50; undefended (24s damages) KB27/1675, m. 42 [481]
1642 Easter Yorks Thomas Rasine Gregory Danby de Doncaster, Yorks, gent Debt on an obligation: £20; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 335 [482]
1642 Easter London Christofer Reddinge Christofer Pierse de Wooburn, Bucks, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £50; undefended; (23s4d damages) KB27/1675, m. 338 [483]
1642 Easter Devon Clement Redlake John Payne, sr, de Clyst Honiton, husbandman Debt on an obligation: £12; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 302 [484]
1642 Easter Devon Richard Ridlake Ralph Merson de Cullompton, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £6; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 303 [485]
1642 Easter (London) Richard Riley, armiger Phillip Welbye de Gedney, Lincs, armiger Supplicavit on a King's Bench judgment in Debt for £600 plus £8/12/- KB27/1675, m. 78 [486]
1642 Easter London John Roberts, gent Thomas Turpin de Lambeth, Surrey, gardiner Debt on an obligation: £100; undefended (25s damages) KB27/1675, m. 205 [487]
1642 Easter London John Roberts, gent Thomas Turpin de Lambeth, Surrey, gardiner Debt on an obligation: £100; undefended (25s damages)(satisfied in Michaelmas Term 23 Charles I) KB27/1675, m. 205 [488]
1642 Easter Norf Robert Rockley John Forby; and Thomas Wiseman Replevin: The Yard in Cranworth KB27/1675, m. - [489]
1642 Easter Norf Robert Rockley John Mason; and William ___ Replevin: The Yard in Cranworth KB27/1675, m. - [490]
1642 Easter Rutl Elizabeth Rogers, widow, administratrix of Robert Rogers, armiger, lately her husband Thomas Levett de Tixover, Rutl, armiger Debt on an obligation: £1000; undefended (£3/10/- damages) KB27/1675, m. 127 [491]
1642 Easter (Sussex) John Rogers Edward Piper de South Stoke, Sussex, yeoman (whose pledge was John Beale de Bury, yeoman) Supplicavit on a King's Bench judgment in Debt for £20 plus 21s KB27/1675, m. 72 [492]
1642 Easter England Richard Rogers William Speeringe de London, confectioner Error mainpernors for case with recovery of Debt of £32/10: John Cardrow de St Dunstan in the West, London, gent;; and John Clapton of the same, gent, who bind themselves in £65 KB27/1675, m. 57 [493]
1642 Easter Devon Valentine Rolle, gent Thomas Wood de Orchard, Devon, armiger Debt on an obligation: £80; Penal Bond; undefended; (damages blank) KB27/1675, m. 277 [494]
1642 Easter Derbs Richard Romsbotham Richard Rawstrone de Tottington, Lancs, woolen webster Trespass on the Case KB27/1675, m. - [495]
1642 Easter Devon George Rooke John Rous de Hellon, Corn, cleric Debt on an obligation: £10; Penal Bond; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 279 [496]
1642 Easter Som Edward Rowswell William Edmonds de Moore Hasscocke in South Petherton, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £14; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 352 [497]
1642 Easter Som Edward Rowswell John Edmonds de Moore Hasscocke in South Petherton, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £14; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 352 [498]
1642 Easter Gloucs Arthur Rudge William Walker de Prestow, Gloucs, husbandman Debt on an obligation: 80s; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 230 [499]
1642 Easter Beds John Russell; and Henry Smyth, executors of John Smyth John Turney de Ampthill, innholder & Sara his wife (Sara being lately wife of John Fletcher) Indebitatus Assumpsit: 69s10d for malt KB27/1675, m.- [500]
1642 Easter London Zacharias Ruytynok, tallow chandler Lambert Wilson, citizen and embroiderer of London Debt on an obligation: £17; undefended; (£4 damages) KB27/1675, m. 173 [501], d[502]
1642 Easter Som William Ryall, executor of Gregory Riall Stephen Triptree de Yeovil, Som, glover Debt on an obligation: £6/12/-; Penal Bond; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 221 [503], d[504]
1642 Easter England Humfrey Ryman David Bymings (master and proprietor of the ship The David de Pettingwin in Scotland going from Bordeaux to Southampton) Prohibition Hearing: admiralty, Statutes 13 & 15 Richard II and 2 Henry IV and Common Law courts' right to construe statutes KB27/1675, m. 266 [505], d[506]


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1642 Easter (Cambs) Adam Sabye John Kirby Supplicavit on a King's Bench judgment in Trespass for £8/-/1 KB27/1675, m. 114 [507]
1642 Easter Corn Mary Samble Thomas Mason Trespass: assault in West Looe, and imprisonment; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1675, m. 297 [508]
1642 Easter (London) Peter Samwayes John Shawe de London, vintner Error on a Common Pleas case of Indebitatus Assumpsit on an account with arrears of £20; verdict for damages of £20, costs of 53s4d; increment of £5/16/8 KB27/1675, m. 197 [509]
1642 Easter Derbs John Sandford William Baguley de Broughton, Lancs, yeoman Trespass: assault KB27/1675, m. - [510]
1642 Easter Corn John Sargent, executor of William Lucas, gent John Bere de Warleggan, Corn, gent Debt on an obligation: £80; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 292 [511]
1642 Easter Corn John Sargent, executor of William Lucas, gent George Lobb de Warleggan, Corn, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £80; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 292 [512]
1642 Easter London Thomas Scott; and Richard Tyler John Sames de London, hatmaker Indebitatus Assumpsit: £6/12/- for drink served to Sames KB27/1675, m. - [513]
1642 Easter (Bucks) Isaac Seare; and John Younge John Garrett de Edlesborough, yeoman; John Besouth de Edlesborough, yeoman; Daniel Garrett de Edlesborough, yeoman; and Oliver Simpson de Studham, Herts Error on a Common Pleas case in Trespass: breach of close: in Edlesborough; White Acres; Brocas Wood; common of pasture; verdict for 6d, costs of 40s; increment of £8/19/6 KB27/1675, m. 186 [514], d[515]
1642 Easter London Stephen Seare alias Sayer, jr, gent Adam Hamon de Tonge, Kent, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £40; undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 69 [516]
1642 Easter Beds John Sell Thomas Pearles de Greenfield in Flitton, Beds Debt on an obligation: £5; Penal Bond; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 356 [517]
1642 Easter London John Seller, jr Robert Westcombe of The Inner Temple, gent Debt on an obligation: £50; undefended (damages blank) KB27/1675, m. 278 [518]
1642 Easter Middx John Shalmer Thomas Pols alias Powle; and John Boreman Trespass: breach of close in St Andrew Holborn near Gray's Inn Lane; and Bishop's Head Court; licence to enter to work on The Brick Wall KB27/1675, m. 210 [519]
1642 Easter (London) Thomas Shaxton, gent Thomas Needham de Barking, Suff, armiger Supplicavit on a King's Bench (James I) judgment in Debt for £200 plus 30 KB27/1675, m. 346 [520]
1642 Easter Suff Nicholas Sheene, gent Henry Kinge Trespass: digging up pales, posts, and rails in Framlingham KB27/1675, m. 96 [521]
1642 Easter London Richard Shelbery Lady Sara Howell, widow, executrix of John Howell de Wrotham, Kent, knight, lately her husband Debt on an obligation: £1,300; confessed; (£4 damages) KB27/1675, m. 122 [522]
1642 Easter Dorset Francis Sheldon, gent Thomas Bennett de Shaftesbury, gent Debt on an obligation: £10; undefended (25s damages) KB27/1675, m. 20 [523]
1642 Easter (London) Edward Sheppard John Price de Chesterblade in Evercreech, Som, yeoman Supplicavit on a King's Bench judgment in Debt for £200 (?) plus 21s KB27/1675, m. 280 [524]
1642 Easter (Kent) Robert Sherwood (Lessor: Thomas Gilbert) Leonard Cooleby de St James, Isle of Grain, Kent, yeoman Supplicavit on a Common Pleas judgment in Ejectment: in St James, Isle of Grain, including both fresh and salt marshes KB27/1675, m. 95 [525]
1642 Easter Exeter George Short George Clarke Indebitatus Assumpsit: half of a hundred-weight of white sugar for £3/4/-; undefended; inquest of damages; verdict for £3/5/-, costs of 10s; increment of £3/10/- KB27/1675, m. 304 [526]
1642 Easter Essex Christofer Symonds William Payton de Fryerning, cleric Trespass: breach of close: Hayles and Hagbushes in Fryerning KB27/1675, m. - [527]
1642 Easter London Joseph Symonds, goldsmith William Beecher, knight; Edward Johnson, armiger; Gilbert Harrison; John Wallaston, citizen and alderman of London; and WIlliam Gibbes Trespass on the Case: Statute 21 James I on monopolies, the Proclamation of 18 January, 11 Charles I, and the Society of Goldsmiths of London KB27/1675, m. 274 [528], d[529]
1642 Easter Yorks John Simpson John Craven of Fressenall, Yorks, yeoman; and William Pollard de Heaton in Bradford, husbandman Debt on an obligation: £14; Penal Bond; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 329 [http//aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT2/C1/KB27no1675/aKB27no1675fronts/IMG_0616.htm]
1642 Easter Kent Henry Sisley Thomas Lambe Debt on an account for wool: £17/3/4; undefended (40s damages) KB27/1675, m. 32 [530]
1642 Easter (Plymouth) Anthony Skynner Thomas Patterson Error on a case in the Plymouth Borough Court in Debt on an obligation (Penal Bond) for £17/16/-, payment due at the return of the ship Le Margaret & Fraunces de Plymouth from St Christopher KB27/1675, m. 115 [531], d[532]
1642 Easter Lincs Edward Skipwith, gent John Balland alias Baleham de Golbertown (Gosberton?), Lincs, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £30; Penal Bond; undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 84 [533], d[534]
1642 Easter Norf John Skottowe William Stumpe of Hackford Debt on a loan: 60s; Penal Bond; undefended (40s damages) KB27/1675, m. 35 [535]
1642 Easter London Joseph Skottowe Edward Harrys, merchant, administrator of Richard Dowse of London, merchant Debt on an obligation: £270/10/-; confesssed; (£10 damages) KB27/1675, m. 170 [536]
1642 Easter London Richard Smallwood Harrison Letclan Indebitatus Assumpsit: £12/1/4 for Spanish wine (Canary sacke); undefended; inquest of damages; verdict for 13/1/4, costs of 26s4d; increment of 53s4d KB27/1675, m. 354 [537]
1642 Easter Herefs Ann Smyth, spinster John Jakeman, administrator of William Boddenham de Bringwin, Herefs, gent Debt on an obligation: £50; undefended; (24s damages) KB27/1675, m. 323 [538]
1642 Easter (Surrey) Anthony Smith, gent Thomas Shudd de Thursley, yeoman Error on a Common Pleas case in Trespass: breach of close: in Witley (Whiteley?); licence to enter; verdict for £5/10/-, costs of 40s; increment of £7/10/- KB27/1675, m. 188 [539], d[540]
1642 Easter London Warbora Smith, spinster Ranulph Willie de Wapping, Middx, vintner Trespass: assault in London; self defence; verdict for £20, costs of 53s4d; increment of £4/6/8 KB27/1675, m. 316 [541]
1642 Easter (Norwich) Richard Snell, gent, a clerk of Thomas Cory, armigere, chief prothonotary of Common Pleas William Tooke Error on a Common Pleas case of Debt on a lease in Cringlefield for £36 KB27/1675, m. 343 [542], d[543]
1642 Easter Norf Augustine Sotherton, knight Stephen Jervice Trespass: breach of close: Fishers Meadowes and Dunstall Meadowes and Westlond Heath in Taverham KB27/1675, m. 36 [544]
1642 Easter Norf Augustine Sotherton, knight Stephen Jervice Assumpsit: leaving leased closes (Fishers Meadowe and Westland Close in Taverham) not in good repair at end of lease KB27/1675, m. 37 [545]
1642 Easter Norf Martin Southous, gent, a clerk of Robert Henley and Samuel Wightwick, armigers, chief clerks of King's Bench; and Rex, qui tam Nathaniel Garye de Beachamwell (Bitcham Well), cleric (parson and rector of Beachamwell not personally resident) Debt on Statutes of 1529 for non-resident rectors: not resident for 15 months: £150; plea of non debet KB27/1675, m. 40 [546]
1642 Easter London Hugh Sowden de London, merchant George Sharpulls de London, merchant Debt on an obligation: £160; undefended (28s damages) KB27/1675, m. 244 [547]
1642 Easter London Thomas Squyer, armiger Thomas Stutley de Canning Street, London, citizen and merchant taylor of London Debt on an obligation: £300; undefended; (35s damages)(committed to the Marshalsea next Trinity Term) KB27/1675, m. 326 [548]
1642 Easter London Thomas Squyer, armiger Arthur Tench de Lad Lane, London, merchant Debt on an obligation: £300; undefended; (35s damages)(committed to the Marshalsea next Trinity Term) KB27/1675, m. 326 [549]
1642 Easter Norf William Stafford Robert Bougyn Indebitatus Assumpsit: 2 steers for £10; undefended; inquest of damages: £12 damages; costs of 1d; increment of £4 KB27/1675, m. 349 [550]
1642 Easter (London) Robert Stapylton, armiger & Hope his wife, lately Hope Hamom, widow James Wilsford de Bekesbourne, Kent, armiger Supplicavit on a King's Bench judgment in Debt for 100/16/- KB27/1675, m. 69 [551]
1642 Easter Middx John Stepkyn, armiger Nathaniel Burt Defamation: "He is a papist and a traitor and a rogue." KB27/1675, m. 105 [552]
1642 Easter London Benjamin Stoakes John Hare de Henlow, Beds, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £20; undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 43 [553]
1642 Easter London James Stone Peter Stubber, citizen and grocer of London Debt on an obligation: £120; Penal Bond; demurrer KB27/1675, m. 207 [554]
1642 Easter London Thomas Stocke Maurice Phillipps Indebitatus Assumpsit: raisins, prunes, currants, saunders powder, brown candy, white candy, rice, annis seeds, tobacco pipes, bags, baskets (all detailed further in quantity and price), value total of £51/-/11 and more for £17/9/1 and more for £30/7/5; undefended; inquest of damages; verdict for damages of £105, costs of 26s8d; increment of £6/3/4; reviewed with writ of error KB27/1675, m. 219 [555], d[556]
1642 Easter London William Stonestreete John Bulfinch Debt on an account insimul: £20/-/7; undefended; (damages blank) KB27/1675, m. 295 [557]
1642 Easter London Robert Strode John Butler de London, grocer; and Henry Terrey de London, woodmonger Debt on an obligation: £46/2/6; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 206 [558]
1642 Easter Middx Ann Such, widow (Lessor: George Rowell) John Somaster Ejectment: messuage, garden and stables in St John Street; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1675, m. 106 [559]
1642 Easter London William Sumner, gent Robert Mitchel, clothier Debt on an obligation: £58; confessed; (24s damages) KB27/1675, m. 246 [560]
1642 Easter Rutl Richard Swanne, cleric Christofer Hickman de Glaston, Rutl Debt on an obligation: £30; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 163 [561]


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1642 Easter Yorks John Taylor Ann Leedalls Indebitatus Assumpsit: 4 for 4 quarters of malt; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1675, m. 257 [562]
1642 Easter England William Tayler Richard Arthur; and Walter Denninge Prohibition Hearing: Court Christian: Statute 2 Edward VI: Modus Decimandi in Topsham, Devon KB27/1675, m. 148 [563]
1642 Easter Kent Isaac Terry (de Milton by Chartham, Kent, yeoman) Abel Terry (de Reculver, Kent, yeoman) Debt on a lease of the tenements of Richard Terry, now deceased, Isaac's uncle, in Minster in the Isle of Thanet: £12; gavelkind partible inheritance; demurrer KB27/1675, m. 90 [564], d[565]
1642 Easter London Henry Thomas Morgan Lewis de Newport, Monm, yeoman Defamation: In Welsh "Harry Thomas stole a beast out of the pound of New Park and carried it home and killed it." Exigent KB27/1675, m. 88 [566], d[567]
1642 Easter England Samuel Thomas, armiger John Hudson Error mainpernors on a case of Debt with recovery of £6: Nehemiah Rawson de Reasby, Lincs, gent; and Thomas Kirke de Bourne, tanner, who bind themselves in £12 KB27/1675, m. 58 [568]
1642 Easter London Nicholas Thorby Thomas Gill Indebitatus Assumpsit: £72/18/- for cloth (sayes) in different transactions; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1675, m. 261 [569], d[570]
1642 Easter Norf Robert Thorowgood William Mason, jr Debt on an account: £60; confessed; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 199 [571]
1642 Easter (Notts) William Tirwhitt, armiger (farmer of tithes in Laneham) John Sandes de Laneham, armiger Error on a Common Pleas case in Debt on the Statute of 2 Edward VI concerning tithes for £20 KB27/1675, m. 129 [572], d[573]
1642 Easter Middx John Tomkins (Lessor: Dorothy Sparke, widow) Richard Forster; and Humfrey Hamond Ejectment: in St Andrew Holborn; verdict for damages of 12d; costs of 20d; increment of £6 KB27/1675, m. 344 [574]
1642 Easter London Robert Tompson William Hanscombe de Moggerhanger, Beds, husbandman Debt on an obligation: £20; undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 43 [575]
1642 Easter London Robert Towers, gent Robert Chernock de Hulcote, Beds, knight Debt on an obligation: £200; undefended; (30s damages) KB27/1675, m. 111 [576], d[577]
1642 Easter London John Towse Michael Aseldyne alias Asselden of Wisbridge, Cambs, mercer Debt on a loan: £70/11/6; undefended; (45s damages) KB27/1675, m. 269 [578]
1642 Easter London John Towse Richard Freeman Debt on a loan: £41/14/4; undefended; (£5 damages) KB27/1675, m. 268 [579]
1642 Easter London Simon de Towse; and Charles Rape, merchant Michael Gatwood, merchant Debt on an account: £100; undefended (£6 for damages and costs) KB27/1675, m. 181 [580]
1642 Easter Derbs Henry Travis William Buckley de Brassington, miner Trespass: assault KB27/1675, m. - [581]
1642 Easter Dorset John Tregonwell, armiger Robert Walter de West Pennard, Som, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £7; Penal Bond; undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 133 [582]
1642 Easter Som Thomas Trevillian, gent Canamell Barnard de Pitney, Som, cleric Debt on an obligation: £10; Penal Bond; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 218 [583]
1642 Easter London Moses Tryon, armiger James Pickering; Anthony Larder; and Edward Grove Debt on an account: £100; undefended; (30s damages) KB27/1675, m. 165 [584]
1642 Easter London Moses Tryon, armiger Edward Thornhill de Hitchin, Herts, gent Debt on an obligation: £200; undefended; (21s damages)(committed to Marshalsea next Hilary Term) KB27/1675, m. 333 [585]
1642 Easter (Bucks) Ann Troughton, widow, lately wife of Richard Troughton, sr Henry Newman Error on a Common Pleas case in Dower in Hanslope, Bucks KB27/1675, m. 370 [586]
1642 Easter (Bridgwater) John Tucker, merchant John Roberts, merchant Error on a case in the Borough Court of Bridgwater in Indebitatus Assumpsit: that they would adventure to Ireland and do their best to sell (detailed) cloth for £21/5/11 to be paid to Plaintiff KB27/1675, m. 116 [587], d[588]
1642 Easter Devon John Tucker Henry Ellacott de Broadclist, Devon, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £40; undefended; (15s damages) KB27/1675, m. 291 [589]
1642 Easter Sussex Stephen Tuttie Thomas Elliott de Warbleton, husbandman Debt on an obligation: £4; Penal Bond; undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 50 [590]
1642 Easter Wilts Edward Twogood & Elizabeth his wife (lately Elizabeth Cowdrey, spinster) John Everton de Wilton, broadweaver Debt on an obligation: £4; undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 125 [591]


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1642 Easter Middx Thomas Underwood William Rymes de Lyons Inn, gent Debt on an obligation: £18; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 231 [592]


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1642 Easter Som William Viger John Pride de Shepton Mountague, husbandman Debt on an obligation: £40; undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 228 [593]
1642 Easter Som William Viger James Bale de Walton, husbandman; and Anthony Bale de Balsborough, baker Debt on an obligation: £30; undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 228 [594]
1642 Easter Gloucester City William Vynor (Lessor: Gilbert Jones, gent) Richard Mayricke Ejectment: in Churchdown, Gloucester City; confessed; inquest of damages KB27/1675, m. 362 [595]


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1642 Easter Lincs George Walker, gent, an attorney of King's Bench William Turbervile de Lincoln bailiwick, innkeeper Debt on an obligation: £36; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 225 [596]
1642 Easter London Thomas Walkley Richard Hodkinson de London, stationer Trespass: assault in London KB27/1675, m. - [597]
1642 Easter Oxon Rodolph Warcopp, armiger, lately sheriff of Oxfordshire William Lovell de Bloxham, Oxon, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £40; Performance Bond for appearance of Lovell in King's Bench to answer John Driden, baronet, in Trespass KB27/1675, m. 109 [598]
1642 Easter Derbs Joseph Ward Edward Ashenhirst de Brownside, gent Trespass on the Case KB27/1675, m. - [599]
1642 Easter London Thomas Ward Joseph Cradocke de Boresworth, Leics, gent Debt on an obligation: £8; Penal Bond; verdict for debt, damages of 12d; costs of 53s4d; increment of £4/6/8 KB27/1675, m. 332 [600]
1642 Easter London John Wardall Thomas Juniper de London, gent, King's Bench clerk for enrolling pleas Debt on an obligation: £35; undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 253 [601]
1642 Easter Som Thomas Warre, armiger Robert Randall de Babington, cleric Debt on an obligation: £60; undefended (24s damages) KB27/1675, m. 119 [602]
1642 Easter Suff Thomas Warren Stephen Freman de Occold, Suff, cleric Debt on an obligation: £200; undefended (50s damages) KB27/1675, m. 55 [603]
1642 Easter (Som) Agnes Warry, widow Richard Bond Supplicavit on a King's Bench judgment in Trespass on the Case for 17/10/- KB27/1675, m. 280 [604]
1642 Easter Devon Judith Watts, executrix of John Watts, lately her husband Richard Pry de Colbrooke, armiger Debt on an obligation: £100; undefended; (damages blank) KB27/1675, m. 277 [605]
1642 Easter Middx William Wayle James Money Debt on a purchase of wine: £31; undefended; (£4/10/- damages) KB27/1675, m. 114 [606], d[607]
1642 Easter Lincs William Welbye, gent, executor of Richard Hickson, armiger Henry Cole de Grantham, Lincs, gent Debt on an obligation: £40; undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 83 [608]
1642 Easter Lincs William Welbye, gent, executor of Richard Hickson de Gonerby (Gunwarby), armiger William Carter de Belton, Lincs, cleric Debt on an obligation: £80; undefended (25s damages) KB27/1675, m. 84 [609]
1642 Easter London Thomas Weld Richard Smithson de St Martin in the Fields, gent Debt on an obligation: £20; undefended; (21s damages KB27/1675, m. 282 [610], d[611]
1642 Easter London Richard Wells, gent Cosme Madock de Aberston, Hants, cleric Debt on an obligation: £9; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 95 [612]
1642 Easter Yorks Francis West John Mason de York, merchant Debt on an obligation: £48; undefended; (£3/10/- damages) KB27/1675, m. 156 [613]
1642 Easter Yorks Francis West William Weddell of Earswick, Yorks, armiger Debt on an obligation: £48; undefended; (£3/10/- damages) KB27/1675, m. 157 [614]
1642 Easter Northt Giles West Thomas Tresham de Pilton, Northt, armiger Debt on an obligation: £20; Penal Bond; undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 112 [615]
1642 Easter London Edmund Weston & Dorothy his wife, lately Dorothy Beard, widow Henry White de Langley Burrell, Wilts Debt on an obligation: £120; undefended (28s8d damages) KB27/1675, m. 213 [616]
1642 Easter Norf Francis Whalley Thomas Anthony of Wisbech, Isle of Ely, Cambs, starch maker Debt on an obligation: £8; Penal Bond; coercion KB27/1675, m. 196 [617]
1642 Easter Suff Peter Whisson William Mansfield de Ewerston, Suff, clothier Debt on an obligation: £24; undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 56 [618]
1642 Easter (Southwark) Oliver Whitby (long pastor and preacher in St Olaves, Southwark under Thomas Turner, doctor of Theology Henry Clarke Error on a case in the Southwark Borough Court in Indebitatus Assumpsit: he received money from the inhabitants for his preaching annually; he had a discussion with Henry Clarke about a marriage between Clarke and Mary Shilley that Whitby would permit a certain parson known as William Tutty, a familiar friend of the defendant to preach in St Olaves at the marriage; Clarke promised to pay Whitby 10s for benevolence KB27/1675, m. 108 [619], d[620]
1642 Easter London Arthur White, administrator of Robert White of Whitechapel, Middx Francis Tetherington Conversion sur Trover: £40 in money, a barrel of ale, a barrel of beer, 13 pewter dishes, 7 saucers, 3 pewter pottingers, 2 pewter saltsellers, 2 pewter candlesticks, 4 pewter pots, one earthen dish, an earthen basin, a cheney pot, 2 cheney dishes, a glass case, 2 earthen cups tipped with pewter, 5 wooden platters, 2 pictures of lions, 2 simulacra of boys, a white botte, a looking glass, 2 water tubs, a bowl, a pail, and 3 half tubs, 4 brass bottles (and many more detailed items) KB27/1675, m. 89 [621], d[622]
1642 Easter Middx Phillip White Randolph Burdett Debt on an obligation: £150; confessed; (30s damages) KB27/1675, m. 231 [623]
1642 Easter Middx Robert Whitinge, gent (Lessor: Thomas Swade) Robert Maltlane, gent Ejectment: in Whitechapel; undefended; (damages remitted) KB27/1675, m. 170 [624], d[625]
1642 Easter Kent Thomas Wickenden Richard Pelsett de Leigh, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £12; undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 33 [626]
1642 Easter London Humfrey Wigan Elizabeth Pares, widow Debt on an obligation: £100; confessed; (25s damages) KB27/1675, m. 263 [627]
1642 Easter Northt Ann Wildeboare, widow, administratrix of Stephen Wildeboare (de Busson, Lincs, yeoman), lately her husband Edmund Draper (de Stamford Baron, Northt, felmonger) Debt on a lease in Stamford Baron: £15; undefended (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 23 [628]
1642 Easter England Lewis Williams, gent Robert Heighmer de Hampreston, Dorset, cleric Error mainpernors in a case of Debt with recovery of £80: William Speare de Winterborne Stickland, Dorset, yeoman; Robert Smyth de St Dunstan in the West, London, gent;; and Francis Bownes de Little Canford, Dorset, gent, who bind themselves in £160 KB27/1675, m. 59 [629]
1642 Easter London Rowland Wilson, armiger Richard Royce Debt on a loan: £500; undefended; (45s damages) KB27/1675, m. 202 [630]
1642 Easter London Rowland Wilson, armiger Richard Tiffin Debt on a loan: £600; undefended (50s damages) KB27/1675, m. 202 [631]
1642 Easter England William Wilson, gent (of Fletching, Sussex) Ralph Beard of the Inner Temple, esq; Benjamin Scarlett of the same, gent; and John Watson of Cliffords Inn, London, gent Indenture Enrollment: bargain and sale of all Wilson's tenements in Fletching and Maresfield KB27/1675, m. 73 [632]
1642 Easter London George Wynn Thomas Poole Indebitatus Assumpsit: £9; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1675, m. 233 [633]
1642 Easter Som Augustine Winter John Howe de Luxborough, yeoman Trespass: chasing with dogs and damaging 100 sheep on the Common of Brundon; undefended; inquest of damages; verdict of damages of 1d, costs of 40s and increment of 40s KB27/1675, m. 119 [634]
1642 Easter Norf Thomas Winter, cleric Stephen Mallowes de Watlington, Norf, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £40; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 347 [635]
1642 Easter (London) Thomas Wood John Lawrence Supplicavit on a King's Bench judgment in Indebitatus Assumpsit for 130 KB27/1675, m. 122 [636]
1642 Easter Essex William Wood Andrew Guyver; and Richard Wright, jr Trespass: breach of close: Water Lane Fields in Thaxted; undefended; inquest of damages; verdict for £6,costs at 2d, increment of £4 KB27/1675, m. 98 [637]
1642 Easter London Francis Woolley John Simpson de London, gent; Francis Sympson de London, gent; ad David Lewes de London, yeoman Trespass: assault in London KB27/1675, m. - [638]
1642 Easter Kent William Worsley Susanna Robyns, widow, administratrix of Thomas Robyns, lately her husband Debt on an obligation: £60; confessed (21s damages) KB27/1675, m. 91 [639]
1642 Easter Notts John Wright de Everton William Raynes Trespass: non-prosecution KB27/1675, m. 127 [640]


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1642 Easter London John Yardley William Melledge de Dorchester Debt on an obligation: £1174/10/-; undefended; (28s damages) KB27/1675, m. 191 [641]
1642 Easter Sussex Richard Yeates, gent Robert Bannester de Wisborough Green, Sussex, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £600; confessed; (30s damages) KB27/1675, m. 92 [642]
1642 Easter Sussex Richard Yeates, gent Robert Bannester de Wisborough Green, Sussex, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £700; confessed; (30s damages) KB27/1675, m. 93 [643]
1642 Easter Sussex Richard Yeates, gent John Nightingall de Wisborough Green, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £600; confessed; (30s damages) KB27/1675, m. 92 [644]
1642 Easter Sussex Richard Yeates, gent John Nightingall de Wisborough Green, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £700; confessed; (30s damages) KB27/1675, m. 93 [645]
1642 Easter Middx John Yong Mary Meares alias Meese, widow, executrix of Reignald Meares alias Meese, lately her husband Indebitatus Assumpsit: 110,000 laths for £66, £38/8/- already paid; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1675, m. 143 [646]
1642 Easter (Kent) John Younge, armiger Peter Stowell, gent Supplicavit on a King's Bench judgment in Trespass on the Case for £33/-/4 after being affirmed in error KB27/1675, m. 68 [647]


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1642 Easter London Richard Zouche, doctor of Laws Robert Meese de Over Worton, Oxon, armiger Debt on an obligation: £200; undefended; (30s damages) KB27/1675, m. 359 [648]