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! 1642
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| Trin
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| Mathew Baker
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| Mary Burridge de Over Stratton in South Petherton, spinster
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| Debt on an obligation:  £6; Penal Bond; undefended; (21s damages)
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| KB27/1676, m.  28 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT2/C1/KB27no1676/aKB27no1676fronts/IMG_0055.htm]
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| Trin
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| Som
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| Marmaduke Bennett
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| Robert Chicke of Ashill, yeoman
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| Debt on an obligation:  £20; Penal Bond; undefended; (21s damages)
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| KB27/1676, m.  29 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT2/C1/KB27no1676/aKB27no1676fronts/IMG_0057.htm]
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! 1642
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| Trin
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| Suff
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| James Caston, gent, a clerk of Robert Henley and Samuel Wightwick, armigers, chief clerks of King's Bench
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| Richard Allyn
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| Indebitatus Assumpsit:  Jonas Tumner defaulted on a penal bond of £6 to secure the payment of a debt of £3.  Caston sued for the penalty amount in King's Bench under Bill of Middlesex procedure (described in detail), and Allyn promised to pay original debt plus costs to that point to prevent the arrest of Tumner (thus £3 plus 10s)
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| KB27/1676, m.  22 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT2/C1/KB27no1676/aKB27no1676fronts/IMG_0043.htm], d[http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT2/C1/KB27no1676/bKB27no1676dorses/IMG_1464.htm]
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! 1642
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| Trin
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| Suff
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| James Caston, gent, a clerk of Robert Henley and Samuel Wightwick, armigers, chief clerks of King's Bench
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| John Smythe
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| Supplicavit on a King's Bench judgment in Trespass on the Case for £71/3/4
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| KB27/1676, m.  23 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT2/C1/KB27no1676/aKB27no1676fronts/IMG_0045.htm]
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! 1642
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| Trin
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| Leics
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| Thomas Danford alias Davenport & Dorothy his wife, administrators of John Averne de Hinckley, Leics, mercer
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| Henry Thame
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| Indebitatus Assumpsit:  £5
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| KB27/1676, m.  25 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT2/C1/KB27no1676/aKB27no1676fronts/IMG_0049.htm]
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! 1642
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| Trin
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| Som
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| George Dunn
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| Francis Hendey
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| Indebitatus Assumpsit:  all the hemp growing in a close called Pitt Furlong in Seavington Abbots for 50s; undefended; inquest of damages
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| KB27/1676, m.  30 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT2/C1/KB27no1676/aKB27no1676fronts/IMG_0059.htm]
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| Phillip, earl of Pembroke and Montgomery; John,lord Pawlet; Robert Gorden, knight and baronet; and Robert Pre, knight, executors of Lady Frances, duchess dowager of Richmond and Lenox
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| Marmaduke Clarke de Southarpe in South Petherton, yeoman
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| Debt on an obligation:  £240; undefended; (26s8d damages)
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| KB27/1676, m.  27 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT2/C1/KB27no1676/aKB27no1676fronts/IMG_0053.htm]
 
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| Trin
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| Suff
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| Edmund Mayhew
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| George Farrington de Bredfield, Suff, gent
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| Debt on an obligation:  £16; undefended; (21s damages)
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| Trin
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| Som
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| Robert Merefield
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| John Haninge, jr, Furland in Crewkerne, Som, yeoman
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| Debt on an obligation:  £20; undefended; (21s damages)
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| Robert Merefield
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| John Haninge, jr, Furland in Crewkerne, Som, yeoman
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| Debt on an obligation:  £20; undefended; (21s damages)
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| KB27/1676, m.  26 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT2/C1/KB27no1676/aKB27no1676fronts/IMG_0052.htm]
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| Stephen Power (Lessor: 
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Revision as of 12:51, 30 June 2019


Modern Index for KB27/1676-1678, arranged by plaintiff (not including fines or Rex roll)
By Robert C. Palmer


Picture of roll KB27/1676: Link[1]
Picture of roll KB27/1677: Link[2]
Picture of roll KB27/1678: Link[3]

Search this index by using the Control-F function.

Under Construction: KB27/1676: started June 30, 2019 (day 2) on m. 21 fronts


Contents

A

£

Year Term County Plaintiff Defendant Details Reference


B

£

Year Term County Plaintiff Defendant Details Reference
1642 Trin Som Mathew Baker Mary Burridge de Over Stratton in South Petherton, spinster Debt on an obligation: £6; Penal Bond; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1676, m. 28 [4]
1642 Trin Som Marmaduke Bennett Robert Chicke of Ashill, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £20; Penal Bond; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1676, m. 29 [5]
1642 Trin Derbs Robert Bybbie John Tayleur de Horsedghall, Lancs, gent; James Baker de Royton, Lancs, husbandman; Robert Rothill de Royton, Lancs, husbandman; and Thomas Chippinge de Royton, husbandman Trespass KB27/1676, m. - [6]
1642 Trin Derbs Katherine Blackshawe John Henshawe alias Fogg de Whitebottom, husbandman Indebitatus Assumpsit: marriage agreement for a marriage between John and Katherine, in which John promised to pay Katherine £20 if he did not marry her before a certain date KB27/1676, m. - [7]
1642 Trin Derbs John Bretland, a clerk assigned to hold pleas in King's Bench Edweard Foard de Whaley Bridge, yeoman Indebitatus Assumpsit: an account insimul with arrears of £4/3/5 KB27/1676, m. - [8]
1642 Trin Derbs Edmund Browne Thomas Cawdell de Reddich, Lancs, husbandman Trespass: assault in Glossop KB27/1676, m. - [9]


C

£

Year Term County Plaintiff Defendant Details Reference
1642 Trin Suff James Caston, gent, a clerk of Robert Henley and Samuel Wightwick, armigers, chief clerks of King's Bench Richard Allyn Indebitatus Assumpsit: Jonas Tumner defaulted on a penal bond of £6 to secure the payment of a debt of £3. Caston sued for the penalty amount in King's Bench under Bill of Middlesex procedure (described in detail), and Allyn promised to pay original debt plus costs to that point to prevent the arrest of Tumner (thus £3 plus 10s) KB27/1676, m. 22 [10], d[11]
1642 Trin Suff James Caston, gent, a clerk of Robert Henley and Samuel Wightwick, armigers, chief clerks of King's Bench John Smythe Supplicavit on a King's Bench judgment in Trespass on the Case for £71/3/4 KB27/1676, m. 23 [12]
1642 Trin Derbs John Chadwicke Robert Holt de Lower Place, Lancs, yeoman; Richard Romsbotham de Romsbottom, yeoman; Robert Chadwicke de Dunnisbooth (?), yeoman & Jane his wife; and John Armwood de Croshall, yeoman Trespass: assault in Glossop KB27/1676, m. - [13]
1642 Trin Derbs Thomas Cottrell Arthur Slacke de Buxton, yeoman; William Barber de Thornsett Fields, yeoman; Henry Hyde de Shallcross, yeoman; and George Lingard de Chapel Milne, yeoman Trespass: breach of close in Glossop KB27/1676, m. - [14]
1642 Trin London Richard Coventrey Edward Parratt de Cambridge, Cambs, sadler Indebitatus Assumpsit: £7/18/- for divers merchandise KB27/1676, m. 18 [15]
1642 Trin Derbs Richard Crichlawe Lawrence Cottam de Claughton, Lancs, yeoman Trespass: assault in Glossop KB27/1676, m. - [16]


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£

Year Term County Plaintiff Defendant Details Reference
1642 Trin Leics Thomas Danford alias Davenport & Dorothy his wife, administrators of John Averne de Hinckley, Leics, mercer Henry Thame Indebitatus Assumpsit: £5 KB27/1676, m. 25 [17]
1642 Trin London Anthony Dearing John Arwaker, chapman Indebitatus Assumpsit: account for debts from sales of stockings with arrears of £54, of which £14/16/6 has been satisfied KB27/1676, m. 17 [18]
1642 Trin Berks John Dewell, gent Michael Molyns de Clapcott, Berks Indebitatus Assumpsit: cloth (detailed) for £30/3/8 KB27/1676, m. 3 [19], d[20]
1642 Trin Yorks Jaques Dint, gent Thomas Winder de Croole, Lincs Indebitatus Assumpsit: an account insimul with arrears of £21/-/12 KB27/1676, m. 15 [21]
1642 Trin Som George Dunn Francis Hendey Indebitatus Assumpsit: all the hemp growing in a close called Pitt Furlong in Seavington Abbots for 50s; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1676, m. 30 [22]


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£

Year Term County Plaintiff Defendant Details Reference
1642 Trin Som Phillip, earl of Pembroke and Montgomery; John,lord Pawlet; Robert Gorden, knight and baronet; and Robert Pre, knight, executors of Lady Frances, duchess dowager of Richmond and Lenox Marmaduke Clarke de Southarpe in South Petherton, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £240; undefended; (26s8d damages) KB27/1676, m. 27 [23]


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Year Term County Plaintiff Defendant Details Reference
1642 Trin London Robert Faireberd John Balden de London, gent Trespass: assault in London KB27/1676, m. 19 [24]
1642 Trin London Edmund Fisher, armiger Edmund Fletcher de London, innholder Indebitatus Assumpsit: £25 for hay KB27/1676, m. 17 [25]


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Year Term County Plaintiff Defendant Details Reference
1642 Trin London Peter Griffyn Roger Barton de St Mary Savoy or The Strand, victualer Trespass: assault in London KB27/1676, m. 18 [26]


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Year Term County Plaintiff Defendant Details Reference
1642 Trin Sussex Thomas Hartley William Drewe de Trotton, Sussex, yeoman Trespass: breach of close: in Trotton; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1676, m. 1 [27]
1642 Trin Sussex Thomas Hartley William Smyth de Trotton, Sussex, yeoman Trespass: breach of close: in Trotton; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1676, m. 2 [28]
1642 Trin Derbs Elizeus Haslome John Symonds de Rochdale, Lancs, mercer; John Tayler de Rochdale, husbandman; James Whittaker de Rochdale, husbandman; and Reginald Yelley de Rochdale, husbandman Trespass: assault in Glossop KB27/1676, m. - [29]
1642 Trin Derbs Hamnet Hyde, armiger Edward Shawe de Hide, Ches, yeoman Indebitatus Assumpsit: £60 for a demise for a term of lives KB27/1676, m. - [30]
1642 Trin Derbs Nicholas Hibbert William Boardman de Karsay, Lancs, yeoman Defamation: "Thow art a thief and hast stolen three fustian ends of me." KB27/1676, m. - [31]
1642 Trin Kent John Huwes, gent John Bishopp, executor of Robert Bishopp de Little Chart, carpenter Debt on a lease of The Great Hooke, the Half Acre, The Long Meadow, and The Wood in Little Chart: £10/10/-; undefended; (41s damages) KB27/1676, m. 20 [32]


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Year Term County Plaintiff Defendant Details Reference
1642 Trin Derbs Silvester Ingham William Clarkson de Lancaster, cordwainer Trespass on the Case: cheating at a card game called "le cutt" (?) KB27/1676, m. - [33]


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Year Term County Plaintiff Defendant Details Reference
1642 Trin Derbs Samuel Lees Ralph Haslome de Ratchdale, Lancs, husbandman Indebitatus Assumpsit: a yoke of oxen for £9/10/- KB27/1676, m. - [34]


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£

Year Term County Plaintiff Defendant Details Reference
1642 Trin Suff Edmund Mayhew George Farrington de Bredfield, Suff, gent Debt on an obligation: £16; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1676, m. 21 [35]
1642 Trin Som Robert Merefield John Haninge, jr, Furland in Crewkerne, Som, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £20; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1676, m. 26 [36]
1642 Trin Som Robert Merefield John Haninge, jr, Furland in Crewkerne, Som, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £20; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1676, m. 26 [37]
1642 Trin Sussex Thomas Mills, armiger Richard Smyth de Hardam Conversion sur Trover: a cow, price of 100s; undefended; inquest of damages: verdict for 60s, costs of 10s; increment of £3/10/- KB27/1676, m. 2 [38]


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1642 Trin Derbs Richard Pattison Richard Browne de Newcastle upon Tyne, brewer; John Browne de Newcastle upon Tyne, mariner; and George Milborne de North Shields, Northumb, gent Trespass: taking of goods and chattels KB27/1676, m. - [39]
1642 Trin Derbs Richard Pattison Timothy Newton de Newcastle upon Tyne, plumber; and Thomas Middleton de Sedgfield, Durham, yeoman Trespass: assault in Glossop, and imprisonment KB27/1676, m. - [40]
1642 Trin Essex John Pettyward Humfrey Glascocke de Sevington, Hants Indebitatus Assumpsit: £5/5/- for outlays KB27/1676, m. - [41]
1642 Trin Warw Stephen Power (Lessor: Mary Harris de Long Compton, Warw, widow Ejectment: in Long Compton; verdict with damages of 1d, costs of 53s4d; judgment omitted KB27/1676, m. 24 [42]


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£

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Year Term County Plaintiff Defendant Details Reference
1642 Trin Derbs Richard Ramsbotham Richard Rawstrone de Tottington, Lancs, woolen webster Defamation: "Thow art a bankrupt rogue and a thief." KB27/1676, m. - [43]
1642 Trin London Salomon Richardson John Lenthall de London, knight; Nicholas Harman de London, armiger; and Edward Cox de London, tailor Trespass: assault in London, and imprisonment KB27/1676, m. 18 [44]
1642 Trin Beds John Russell; and Henry Smyth, executors of John Smyth John Turney de Ampthill, innholder & Sara his wife (Sara, lately wife of John Fletcher) Indebitatus Assumpsit: 69s/10d owed by Sara to Smyth for malt KB27/1676, m. - [45]


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1642 Trin London Henry Thomas Morgan Lewis de Newport, Monm, yeoman Defamation: in Welsh "Harry Thomas did steal a beast out of the pound of Newpark and carried it home and killed it and eat it." KB27/1676, m. 4 [46]
1642 Trin Derbs Henry Travis William Buckley de Brassington, miner Trespass: assault in Glossop KB27/1676, m. - [47]


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Year Term County Plaintiff Defendant Details Reference
1642 Trin London Thomas Walkley Richard Hodgkinson de London, stationer Trespass: assault in London; self defence KB27/1676, m. 19 [48]
1642 Trin Norwich Thomas Weld & Christiana his wife, executrix of Daniel Shanke Richard Jenkinson de Norwich, armiger Indebitatus Assumpsit: 30s for a demicaster and band and a 12s loan KB27/1676, m. 16 [49]
1642 Trin Yorks Robert Witton Robert Torksey de ___, Lincs, gent Assumpsit: failure to provide promised good security for surrender of two customary tenements in the manor of Hatfield in a sales agreement KB27/1676, m. 15 [50]
1642 Trin London Thomas Woodcock; and Vincent Gregston Richard Greene de Ellingham, blacksmith Indebitatus Assumpsit: £31/10/3 for divers meerchandise KB27/1676, m. 17 [51], d[52]


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