REQ 1/19. List, Trinity Term 40 Eliz I (1598)

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Orders & memoranda

Page Date of Entry Plaintiff(s)/Complainant(s) Defendant(s) Notes/Comments
417[1] 16 June Mathew Beck William Beck Complt has several bills pending
417[2] 16 June Stephen Abthorpe & Edward Abthorpe his son Edward Bett
417[3] 16 June Peter Staple Agnes Staple, widow Ordered that John Staple & John Knight, witnesses for the complt against whom an attachment has been awarded for their contempts, should accept 5s a piece for their charges & then be examined.
417[4] 16 June Paul Peck Oliver Scrogges & John Storer Parties to attend next monday to be heard upon the defts demurrer
418[5] 16 June Edmond Bridges John Grimsteed, William Kinge & others
418[6] 16 June Henry Bowler Thomas Somner Defts proceedings at common law
418[7] 16 June Arthur Lowes Thomas Phettiplace
418[8] 16 June Thomas Seaverne John Strongeintharme & others Parties to enter bond to abide by the order of the Lord Mayor of the City of London
419[9] 16 June Edmond Bridges Sir George Browne & others
419[10] 16 June Henry Correnbeck, clerk & John Stanbridge John Beckenham, clerk Stay of defts proceedings at common law
419[11] 16 June Edmond Nicholson & Christian his wife Francis Eggleton & others Refs decree of 11 October 39 Eliz
419[12] 16 June Roger Mannors & others Margaret, late the wife of William Gardiner decd Complt to be at liberty to procure one Elizabeth Catesbie to be examined as a witness
420[13] 16 June Edward Brasyer & Margery his wife William Lawrence & others Dismissed, if the complt continues his suit at common law regarding the dower in question, contrary to order of 29 May last
420[14] 16 June Nicholas Bonde, President of Magdalen College & the scholars of the same college Thomas Eversfeild & John Parson
420[15] 16 June Margaret Erbury, widow Edward Long
420[16] 16 June Elizabeth Golde, widow & others Robert Longe & others
420[17] 16 June Michael Harris William West Refs to West's suit against Harris, also in this court
421[18] 17 June John Hilpe Henry Parminter Stay of defts proceedings at common law
421[19] 17 June William Kinge & Anne his wife Thomas Turner Complt to be at liberty to examine George Langforde, steward of the manor of Gestonhall, Worcs, as a witness, and whether the lands in question are parcel of the said manor
421[20] 17 June John Dorney Sir Richarde Barkley & Nicholas Veale
421[21] 17 June George Goring John Welles Ordered that the deft is at liberty to proceed in his suit at common law
421[22] 17 June Robert Bridger William Newman & Margaret his wife & others
421[23] 17 June Henry Lovell John Loveden
422[24] 17 June Robert Cole, clerk Adam Holmes
422[25] 17 June James Cromer Thomas Penniston If complt cannot show that his bill in this court is materially different to that depending in Chancery, then to be dismissed from this court
422[26] 17 June Edward Brasyer & Margery his wife William Lawrence & others
422[27] 17 June Peter Prestwood John Goodwin & George Hubert
422[28]423[29] 17 June Mayor & Governors of the Hospital of St Bartholomew near West Smithfeelde, London James Sawle & Edmond Bracie Court informed that the evidences remaining in court appertain to Thomas Pettit, and that the said Pettit is in possession of the house and lands. Ordered that the said Pettit shall be at liberty to put in a bill concerning the same evidences.
423[30] 17 June Robert Waller, clerk Thomas Ashe Ordered that deft stay his proceedings at common law until he has made his answer to the complts bill, after which he may proceed at common law until the complt has brought £22 into court as per an order of 22 May last
423[31] 17 June Richard Hill William Thatcher, John Nelson & Raphe Englishe Complt requests to be discharged from an order of 18 May last to pay 20s each to the defts for their costs. If he cannot show sufficient matter to induce the court to discharge the costs by next thursday, then they are to be increased to 40s each
423[32] 17 June Bridget Markendale, widow Eustace Moone Certificate from the Mayor & Burgesses of Christchurch, Hants, regarding this cause. Confirmation of decree of 28 October 38 Eliz that the complt shall have possession of the barn in question, but if she does not carry out repairs as specified in the decree by 2 November, then to expect no further favour or aid of this court touching the same.
424[33] 17 June Andrew Fisher Sir Stephen Slany & others
424[34] 17 June Daniel Kettle Thomas Yorke & Richard Yorke Dismissed unless complt show ...
424[35] 17 June William Godbolde & others Henry Beamond
424[36] 17 June Toby Snodenham Edward Johnes & others Mem: An obligation of £100 made by the complt & Henry Snodenham his brother delivered to the said complt as per order of 18 May last
424[37] 17 June Thomas Adams Lawrence Hargrave & others Court informed that this cause has formerly been heard in Chancery, where the deft was dismissed with costs
424[38] 19 June Thomas Travis Mary Dingley, widow
425[39] 19 June Thomas White Phillip Onslowe Court is informed that the complt ia able to pay his fees therefore disallowed any longer to follow the suit in forma pauperis
425[40] 19 June Sir Henry Woodhouse Henry Hartstonge & Andrew Fayreman
425[41] 19 June Thomas Lancaster John Lyons
425[42] 19 June Elizabeth Passell, widow & others Thomas Paternoster & others
425[43] 19 June Roger Noniley Rowland Barwick & others
426[44] 19 June Paul Peck Oliver Scrogges & John Storer
426[45] 20 June William Catcott Robert Bowden & Elizabeth his wife
426[46] 20 June John Symondes als Forbie Nicholas Killingtree & George Townesende
426[47] 20 June Leonard Milles Phillip Barnardo & Francis Cipriano, merchant strangers Debts of complt to the defts
426[48] 20 June John Ascoughe & others Edmond Abdie Deft to attend court to show why he should not perform a former decree
426[49] 20 June Thomas Heathe Alexander van Enden Several causes whereby parties are both complt & deft
427[50] 20 June John Lyell Richard Wichalse, Nicholas Mitton & Peter Ball
427[51] 20 June George Froome John Travis Deft to attend and show cause why a decree of 7 June 39 Eliz should not be drawn up and passed
427[52] 20 June William Saxie & Margaret his wife Simon Broome
427[53] 20 June William West Michael Harris
427[54] 20 June Nicholas Lamadey Thomas Andrewes & Humphrey Foxall
427[55] 20 June Henry Fookes Thomas Parsons
427[56]428[57] 20 June Nicholas Bonde, President of Magdalen College, Oxford & the Scholars of the same Thomas Eversfeild & John Parson
428[58] 20 June Charles Howarde & Charity his wife John Gardiner & others
428[59] 21 June Nicholas Stephens Richard Goddard Complt ordered to show an injunction made touching this cause in Chancery dated 29 June 38 Eliz
428[60] 21 June John Humfrey & Elizabeth his wife William Overey
428[61] 21 June Thomas White John Fauston
428[62] 21 June John Hanmer Jonett verch Richard
429[63] 21 June Richard Breton John Breton
429[64] 21 June Thomas Monntague Thomas Latham Deft has defaulted several times, 10s costs over and above the costs previously awarded
429[65] 21 June Clement Bolte William Howse
429[66] 21 June William Hobbie & George Townesende John Higford & Dorothy his wife
429[67] 21 June Richard Paine Richard Parramore
430[68] 22 June Nicholas Stephens Richard Goddard
430[69] 22 June Thomas Chapman Thomas Barefoote & Daniel Hurst Daniel Goldsmith, Robert Papworth & Lucy Wilkinson wife of Thomas Wilkinson to be examined as witnesses for the deft
430[70] 22 June John Aldridge William King
430[71] 22 June John Weston Richard Hyde Complt now at liberty to take an injunction and proceed to the execution of the decree made 20 April 34 Eliz
430[72] 22 June Henry Corenbeck, clerk & John Stanbridge John Becknam, clerk Deft to stay proceedings at common law
431[73] 22 June James Cromer Thomas Penniston & others Awaiting resolution of the same matter in Chancery
431[74] 22 June John Haydon John Sansom Complt to pay 20s as per previous order, and then to proceed or else dismissed
431[75] 22 June John Hilpe Henry Parminter
431[76] 22 June Elizabeth Golde, widow & others Robert Longe & others
431[77] 22 June John Ferne David Popplewell Incorrect name in previous commission, to be amended.
432[78] 23 June Edward Jewkes Nicholas Smith & William Gardiner
432[79] 23 June Henry Kerry Thomas Selman Dismissed unless complt proceeds
432[80] 23 June Thomas Page Giles Wiggington, clerk
432[81] 23 June William West Michael Harris Ref also to bill of Michael Harris
432[82] 23 June Roger Noniley Rowland Barwick & others Complts failure to pay costs
433[83] 23 June Archbishop of Canterbury & Raffe Hayman Stephen Hatche Deft ignored order to pay costs & proceeds at common law. Messenger of court to bring in the deft to answer for his contempts
433[84] 23 June Thomas Fassett Thomas Humfrey & Katherine his wife Defts to stay proceedings at common law until they have provided their answers
433[85] 23 June Charles Johnson & Margaret his wife Nicholas Simpson, clerk & Nicholas Simpson his son
433[86] 23 June Richard Arnold Thomas Rowley To be dismissed
433[87] 23 June Simon Adler Robert Winter & others
434[88] 23 June William Lucas, Grace his wife & others Humphrey Carewe & Thomas his son Defts proceedings at common law
434[89] 23 June Richard Christopher William Baylie & others
434[90] 23 June Michael Potter Richard Wynde
434[91] 26 June Stephen Harvie Robert Beck
434[92] 26 June Robert Grenoughe Dean & Chapter of Westminster & Simon Haynes
434[93] 26 June John Bonner William Poynter & others Messenger to bring in defts to make answer for their contempts
435[94] 26 June Richard Arnold Thomas Rowley
435[95] 26 June John Pasley & Elizabeth his wife Margery Neale, widow
435[96] 26 June John Brushe William Pownde
435[97] 26 June Robert Frost Arthur Clerk Stay of defts proceedings at common law
435[98] 26 June Richard Hill William Thatcher, John Nelson & Raphe Englishe Complt requests the discharge of costs awarded on dismissal on 9th May last.
435[99] 26 June John Fetherston Thomas Watson
436[100] 26 June John Simpson Robert Haywarde & others
436[101] 26 June Thomas Good Elizabeth Shipper, widow
436[102] 26 June John Warner Richard Clark Order to be heard again upon consideration of a certificate sent in under the hands of Edmund Chapman, Doctor in Divinity & Edmund Church
436[103] 26 June Johan Frenche, widow Alice Pinchback, widow Stay of defts proceedings at common law
436[104] 26 June John Hollinshed Barnard Whetstones
436[105] 26 June Richard Breton John Breton
437[106] 26 June Andrew Phillips Rafe Rogers
437[107] 26 June John Ashfeild Christopher Thompson Deft to bring in his books of accounts, and to stay his proceedings at common law
437[108] 26 June Jeffrey Helwies & others Thomas Masters & Simon Ives Points of the issue mentioned in an order of 25 Nov last to be referred to Mr Justice Clenche, one of the judges of Kings Bench
437[109] 26 June Alexander van Enden Thomas Heathe Also cross bill. Bill of Thomas Heathe to be dismissed unless he shows that he has discontinued his suit at Kings Bench
437[110] 26 June Christopher Manfeild & Mary his wife Lyon Lambe Refs certificate of Ezechiell Reyner & Thomas Joslin
438[111] 26 June John Aldridge William King
438[112] 26 June John Hanmer Katherine verch Thomas & Jenett verch Richard Ref to decree of 29 Oct 38 Eliz
438[113] 26 June Thomas Fashin William Badger Mem: 40s costs delivered to West Fashin, son of the complt
438[114] 26 June Owen Vaughan & Katherine his wife David Morris Dismissal following affidavit from the deft.
438[115] 26 June Henry Fookes Thomas Parsons mem: 40s delivered to the complt as per order
438[116] 26 June Adam Plombe Robert Blackborne & Augustine Whall
439[117] 26 June Sir Thomas Coningesbie Thomas Middleton Deft to make his answers or else an injunction will be awarded for stay of proceedings at common law
439[118] 26 June Anne Carewe, widow Christopher Gaylor
439[119] 26 June John Stumpe William Gale
439[120] 26 June William Baylie Henry Sims
439[121] 26 June John Apprice Owen ap Jevan Dee & others If complt has formerly sued the deft in Exchequer, contrary to his agreement, then costs will be awarded or he will receive such punishment as shall be thought fit
439[122] 26 June Thomas Chapman & others Thomas Barefoote & Daniel Hurst Lucy Wilkinson, wife of Thomas Wilkinson, called into court as a witness, took her oath but departed, refusing to be examined. To be brought back to be examined. Deft to stay proceedings at common law
440[123] 26 June John Pulford Millicent Jackson, widow Injunction for stay of defts proceedings at common law
440[124] 26 June John Roberts William Wilson
440[125] 26 June Richard Howland, clerk, parson of Sybson, Leics John Noell & Anne his wife Refs decree of 13 Feb 16 Eliz. Deft John Noell is decd, his son & heir William Noell to be at liberty to exhibit a bill of complt regarding the said decree.
440[126] 26 June Elizabeth Passell, widow & others Thomas Paternoster & others
440[127] 26 June William Wilkinson & Ellen his wife William Browne Parties dwell in Bricklesey, Essex, within the liberties of the Cinque Ports, thus deft to be at liberty to answer the complts bill either in this court or within the said Cinque Ports
440[128] 26 June Elizabeth Chapman John Redman In consideration of a letter sent from the Lord Archbishop & others of the Council of the North, the deft to make his answer to the complts bill
441[129] 26 June Thomas Rowe Benedict Baseley Messenger of the court to bring in deft to answer for his contempts
441[130] 26 June Jevan Davies, clerk Jeffrey Richards If the deft can clear himself of his supposed contempts then to be dismissed as land in question lies within the jurisdiction of the Commission in the Marches of Wales
441[131] 28 June William Wade & Elizabeth his wife John Barnard & Margery his wife
441[132] 28 June Edward, Lord Morley Thomas Bruskett, Robert Okeman & others Defts require evidence remaining in the County of York
441[133] 28 June John Smith Richard Hopton & George Hopton Mem: Obligation in 200 marks is redelivered to George Hopton to be cancelled
442[134] 28 June Alexander Hartley Nicholas Hartley
442[135] 28 June Thomas Heathe Alexander van Enden
442[136] 28 June John Sansom Richard Sansom & others Commission to sit at Exmyster [Exminster], Devon
442[137] 28 June Christian Lyddiarde, widow Vincent Eyres
442[138] 28 June Augustine Belson Thomas Bate
442[139] 28 June John Evenishe John Theyer
442[140] 28 June William Beale Ambrose Warde, clerk
442[141] 28 June Mathie Grey & Jane his wife Jeffrey Roberts
443[142] 28 June Peter Prestwood John Goodwin & George Hubert
443[143] 28 June John Brownlowe Richard Hurte Dismissed unless complt proceeds by monday next
443[144] 28 June Richard Taylor John Trott
443[145] 28 June Andrew Fisher Sir Stephen Slany & others
443[146] 28 June Richard Over Henry Timperley Mem: £21 10s delivered to Richard Barton for the use of the complt, as per order
443[147] 28 June John Buckler Cicely Colmer, widow, Jasper Colmer. William Colmer & others William Colmer made oath that Jasper Colmer is most usually resident in the City of Oxford, and the evidences concerning the lands in question are in his custody
444[148] 29 June Owen Vaughan & Katherine his wife David Morris & others
444[149] 29 June Sir Robert Dormer Stephen Gurney
444[150] 29 June Stephen Abthorpe & Edward Abthorpe Edward Bett The manner of making the assurance of the lands in question to be referred to Robert Snagge of the Middle Temple
444[151] 29 June Agnes Waddelowe, widow Robert Barnes
444[152] 29 June William Beale Ambrose Warde, clerk Complt has an action depending at common law. To show why it should not be dismissed from this court
444[153] 29 June Christian Lyddiard, widow Vincent Ayres
445[154] 29 June Mary Froome, widow William Froome & others
445[155] 29 June William Alston Thomas Alston Mem: Certain evidences delivered to the complt, who has signed an inventory which is to remain in court
445[156] 29 June Anne Smith, widow Thomas Newberry Mem: £12 delivered to John Sharpe to the use of John Westcott as per order
445[157] 29 June Pexall Broccas Nicholas Moore
445[158] 29 June Arthur Lewes & others Thomas Phettiplace & Thomas Stapler Defts, and all others claiming under them, to forbear to stock or plough any more of the common in question
446[159] 29 June Sir Thomas Coningesbie Thomas Middleton Complt to bring in £10, being the remainder of the £40 mentioned in the bill, and also the sum of 4 marks for the charges of the nisi prius at common law. Deft to stay proceedings at common law.
446[160] 29 June William Kinge & Anne his wife Thomas Turnor Both parties to attend monday next to be heard whether George Langford shall be examined as a witness
446[161] 29 June John Whiting Dame Mary Cheeke, widow
446[162] 29 June Roger Noniley Rowland Barwick & others
446[163] 29 June William Whitlock Thomas Milwarde Complt to bring in principal debt in demand & injunction shall be awarded for stay of proceedings at common law
447[164] 29 June Peter Bingley Edward Catlin
447[165] 29 June Thomas Niccolls Thomas Cropwell Parties to attend to be heard as to whether a sequestration of the tythes in question shall be granted, and if so, to whom they should be granted
447[166] 29 June James Rowse & John Hale Nicholas Babbe Defts proceedings at common law
447[167] 29 June Robert Haynes William Allen & others
447[168] 29 June Edward Lewes Edward Price
447[169] 29 June John Hilpe Henry Parminter Deft to stay suit at common law
448[170] 29 June Edward Jewkes Nicholas Smith & William Gardiner
448[171] 29 June Sir Raffe Bourchier & Arthur Hall George Goring
448[172] 29 June Stephen Harvey Robert Beck Complt to bring in £10 principal debt & injunction previously awarded to stand. Complt also to bring in the award supposedly made by William Samwell of Northampton
448[173] 29 June Henry Lovell & Anne his wife John Loveden
448[174] 29 June Sir Henry Woodhouse Henry Harstonge & Andrew Fayreman Dismissed
448[175] 29 June Henry Seckford John Rayner Dismissed if complt does not proceed by 6th day of next term
448[176] 29 June Peter Staple Agnes Staple, widow
449[177] 29 June Richard Hill William Thatcher & others
449[178] 29 June George Martin William Cuffe & Robert Bryne
449[179] 29 June Thomas Good Elizabeth Shipper, widow
449[180] 29 June Richard Baspoole Simon Faireweather Defts proceedings at common law
449[181] 29 June Thomas Page Giles Wiggington, clerk
449[182] 29 June Johan Swaine, widow William Brewer & others Attachment to be continued against the said Brewer, in his right name of William Newbott als Brewer
449[183] 29 June Walter Kirkland & Isabell Kirkland, widow John Hordwick & others Deft to attend & show cause why the matter should not be resumed (the dismission therein granted notwhithstanding)
450[184] 29 June Thomas Stephens als Hawkes Johan Stephens als Hawkes, widow & William Browne
450[185] 30 June Richard Cassye William Glover & others
450[186] 30 June William Sayer Bartholomew Talliafore Mem: £6 delivered to John Madockes to the use of the deft, which he has paid over to Richard Griffin to the use of the deft
450[187] 30 June John Whiting Dame Mary Cheeke, widow
450[188] 30 June Richard Christopher William Baylies, Ellen his wife & others Defts have made several defaults, ordered to attend monday next to show cause why a decree should not be made for the said defts to pay & deliver to the complt 20 marks, 30 shillings & 2 brass pots
451[189] 30 June William Lucas & Grace his wife Humphrey Carewe & Thomas Carewe Proceedings at common law
451[190] 30 June John Cheese Thomas Sowden Deft to attend & show why the award supposed to be made by Anthony Coppleston should not be ratified and confirmed
451[191] 30 June Margaret Carter now the wife of John Sherrington Robert Hogge Deft Hogge, attached by warrant from sheriff of Surrey, violently freed himself with the assistance of John Heaver. Messenger ordered to bring in Hogge & Heaver.
451[192] 30 June Thomas Pope & Thomas Adams Thomas Tasker
451[193] 30 June Nicholas Chamberleine William Huett
452[194] 30 June Henry Townesend, one of Her Majesty's Council in the Marches of Wales & others Thomas Parkes & Richard Parkes
452[195] 30 June Richard Clarck Edward Russell & Thomas Plane
452[196] 30 June Jasper Oseley George Dyer, David Dyer & others
452[197] 30 June George Catchmay Arthur Huett
452[198] 1 July James Jervis & others Richard Vawdrey & others
452[199] 1 July John Boldero Robert Bowyer
453[200] 1 July Mary Crowche Nicholas Mussell & Anthony Walker
453[201] 1 July Richard Payne Richard Parramor Deft defaulted. To attend tuesday next to show why a decree should not be made for the deft to pay the complt 20 marks per acre for the lands in question
453[202] 1 July Reignald Hunne Fardinando Malin Mem: £5 delivered to the deft as per order, and he has left in court the obligation of £10 to be delivered to the complt to be cancelled.
453[203] 1 July John Egglesfeild Sir John Stafford & others
453[204] 3 July Benedict Sharpe & others William Grange & others
453[205] 3 July Thomas Adams Thomas Shercrofte & others
454[206] 3 July Richard Oxenbridge John Carpenter Mem: Deft, having been brought in by virtue of an attachment for his contempts committed in breach of a decree of 9 Nov last, committed to the Warden of the Fleet, to remain there until he has performed the decree.
454[207] 3 July Edmond Bridges Sir George Browne & others Claimed that complt has suit depending at common law. If deft can prove this on wednesday next, then the complts proceedings in this court to be stayed.
454[208] 3 July Jevan Davies, clerk Jeffrey Richardes
454[209] 3 July Peter Cuffeley Thomas Gardiner & William Cuffeley
455[210] 3 July Michael Potter Richard Wynde
455[211] 3 July Henry Condall John Ratcliffe Stay of defts proceedings at common law
455[212] 3 July William Neave Robert Neave Injunction to stay defts proceedings at common law
455[213] 3 July John Apprice Owen ap Jevan Dee & others
455[214] 3 July Robert Gomersall Elizabeth Watkinson
455[215]456[216] 3 July Richard Britten John Britten Cause is recommended to this court from the Lords of Her Majesty's Privy Council by a direction dated 2nd of this instant subscribed with the hand of Sir Robert Cecill. Commission to sit at Rowell, Northants
456[217] 3 July William Lucas & Grace his wife Humphrey Carewe & Thomas his son Defts to be at liberty to proceed to trial at common law on agreement that they will then stay, and not call for judgement or execution, until this court takes further order
456[218] 3 July Roger Mannors, Edward Catesbie & Margaret his sister Margaret Gardiner, executrix of Frement Abraham
456[219] 3 July Peter Bingley, clerk Edward Catlin
456[220] 3 July John Mansfeild Sebastian Harvey Deft stays proceedings at common law
457[221] 3 July Thomas Grave George Somersett
457[222] 3 July William Beale Ambrose Warde, clerk & Roger Beale
457[223] 3 July John Bonner William Pointer & others
457[224] 3 July Mathew Beck William Beck Refs a report made by Christopher Cotes referring to the complts several bills. The first to be dismissed, and the said deft, and Thomas Saunderson a named deft in the second bill, are to make their answers without delay
457[225]458[226] 3 July Roger Longe John Colmer Complt to pay over £7 10s and deft to assign the lease in question. Confirmation of order of 29 May last
458[227] 3 July Andrew Northen Thomas Stephenson & others
458[228] 3 July John Andrewes John Hopkins Refs certificate of Vincent Skinner touching the complts employment in Her Majesty's service. A supersedeas to be awarded for the discharge of the attachment awarded against the complt.
458[229] 3 July John Cotton William Weilde Upon complt bringing in £200, an injunction to be awarded for the stay of defts proceedings in the spiritual court
458[230] 4 July Sir Robert Salisbury Francis Allen
458[231] 4 July Richard Oram William Harbert, John Taylor & Thomas Moore Complt at liberty to amend his bill in the points mistaken
459[232] 4 July Richard Paine Richard Parramore
459[233] 4 July Thomas Fashin William Badger Mem: Obligation of £60 delivered to Anthony Dawley, solicitor to the deft, for the use of the deft
459[234] 4 July Maud Boughton, widow Henry Mayne
459[235] 5 July Robert Helme Anthony Withers & others
459[236] 5 July Lord Archbishop of Canterbury & Raffe Hayman Stephen Hatche Deft to enter bond in £40 to stand to and perform any order, pay the complt 40s costs, deliver a true copy of the deed mentioned in a former order, and pay the messenger 13s 4d for his charges, and he will then be discharged of his contempts and at liberty to proceed at common law
459[237] 5 July James Noble John Frenche
460[238] 5 July Sir Robert Salisbury Francis Allen & Bevis Theloall
460[239] 5 July Michael Potter Richard Wynde Deft seeks commissions to examine witnesses in the counties of Huntingdon & Berkshire. Ordered that he should only sue for one for Huntingdon, and if he wishes to examine witnesses from Berkshire then he is to call them in to be examined in court
460[240] 5 July Christopher Smith Elizabeth Dacres, widow & Richard Fidler While a commission was formerly directed to Richard Lother & others for examination & final determination, it has been shown that this cause has formerly been examined in Wards & Liveries, and also before the Council of the North. Supersedeas to be awarded to discharge the commission
461[241] 5 July Hugh Bossall Raffe Lee, William Beverley, Michael Wreekes, William Scott & Thomas Wilson Commission previously directed to Thomas Hatcliffe & others for the final determination. Injunction awarded against the defts for their failure to appear before the commission, and also for stay of their proceedings at common law. Court informed that before the serving of the injunction, the defts had obtained judgement & execution at common law, as verified by the Archbishop of York and other members of the council. Therefore the injunction dissolved & the complt left at liberty to exhibit a new bill
461[242] 5 July Richard Baspoole Simon Fayrewether
461[243] 5 July Edmond Bridges John Grimsteed & others
461[244] 5 July John Burton Cadwallader Robertes, clerk Attachment awarded against the deft for his breach of a decree of 28 Jan last
461[245] 5 July Thomas Monntague Thomas Latham
462[246] 5 July George Catchmay Arthur Huett Mem: Obligation of £200 delivered to the complt to be cancelled
462[247] 5 July William Hobbie & George Townesende John Higford & Dorothy his wife
462[248] 5 July John Howe John Rockley als Rackley & George Clarck
462[249] 5 July Richard Payne Richard Parramore
462[250] 5 July Elizabeth Golde & others Robert Longe & others Mem: Evidences & writings delivered to John Hardy to the use of the defts
462[251] 5 July William Bridge & Annable his wife Robert Bridge
462[252] 5 July Nicholas Overall John Overall First bill & answers to be dismissed & deft to make his answers to the second bill
463[253] 5 July Robert Bridger William Newman, Margaret his wife & others
463[254] 5 July John Pagrave Nicholas Herne & others
463[255] 5 July Mary Tinner & others John Vivian als Rozugga & others
463[256] 5 July Edmond Bridges Sir George Browne, George Crispe & others Dismissed as the complt is pursuing the same matters at common law
463[257] 5 July Richard Taylor John Trott
463[258] 5 July Andrew Pearson Christopher Fineux Mem: £20 delivered to Thomas Pennant, servant to Sir Michael Sands, to the use of the said Sir Michael
463[259] 5 July William Evans & others John Jones, Mayor of the City of Gloucester & others Mem: Writings & evidences delivered to the complt
463[260] 5 July Francis Moor, widow James Moore & others
464[261] 5 July Richard Fisher Anne Parkins, widow Mem: £52 7s 9d & two obligations of £200 a piece delivered to Anne Fisher, wife of the complt
464[262] 5 July Robert Gomersall Elizabeth Watkinson Deft to make her answer upon her oath. If she denies the material points & allegations of the complts bill then the matter to be dismissed with 40s costs to the deft.
464[263] 5 July Robert Pettus William Medlecott & Lower his wife
464[264] 5 July Leonard Milnes Phillip Barnardo & Francis Cipriani, merchant strangers Mem: £10 17s 10d paid to Henry Welshe, factor of the defts
464[265] 5 July Margaret Puncherdon, widow Edward Gates
464[266] 5 July John Channdler Thomas Rose
464[267] 5 July Giles Domesday John Langton
465[268] 5 July Alexander Hartley Nicholas Hartley
465[269] 5 July Lawrence Evans & Lettice his wife Richard Warren Deft to bring in money due to the complt by virtue of a former order of 26 March 39 Eliz
465[270] 5 July Ellis Brame & others John Posforde & Jane his wife
465[271] 5 July James Rowse & John Hale Nicholas Babbe
465[272] 5 July Francis Metcalf, clerk Thomas Seyliard/Sulyard Mem: Sums of £4 13s 4d, £4 13s 4d & £20 13s 4d delivered to the hands of Nicholas Seyliard, to the use of the deft
465[273] 5 July John Everie Walter Harvie
465[274] 5 July William Thorneburrowe Edward Garnett & Richard Garnett
466[275] 5 July William Thorneburrowe Richard Sheppard & Robert Sheppard
466[276] 5 July Edward Grimston Thomas Knappe
466[277] 5 July Robert Haynes William Allen & others Deft William Allen to be at liberty to examine the residue of the defts (who have not made answer) upon interrogatories concerning the release mentioned in the bill
466[278] 5 July William Saxie & Margaret his wife Simon Broome Mem: Obligation of £300 delivered to Henry Cotes to the use of the deft
466[279] 5 July Edmond Edwardes & Annie his wife John Armiger & Agnes his wife
466[280] 5 July Michael Potter Richard Wynde
466[281] 5 July John Buckler Cicelie Colmer & others Although defts have not yet answered, court is informed that Anne Samwayes, a necessary witness for the complt, is aged and not likely to live long. Ordered that the complt be at liberty to examine this witness by commission or otherwise. It is further ordered that if the said Anne Samwayes lives until the defts have answered, then she should be re-examined, & her former depositions suppressed
467[282] 5 July Johan Haughe, widow Robert Robertes
467[283] 5 July John Ratcliffe & others William Moore & Paul Rock
467[284] 5 July William Neave Robert Neave & Elizabeth his wife
467[285] 10 July Richard Taylor John Trott Deft to make full answer to the complts exceptions before 20 July or else in default to show cause why he should not pay 40s costs to the complt in respect of his former frivolous delays.
467[286] 11 July Stephen Abthorpe & Edward Abthorpe Edward Bett Mem: £135 redelivered to the said Edward Abthorpe
467[287] 11 July Thomas Parkins als Harecorte George Onslowe & others
467[288] 11 July Thomas State & Jane his wife Richard Spyer
467[289] 11 July Richard Oxenbridge John Carpenter & Francis Milles Deft Carpenter has entered bond according to order of 10 July and it is ordered that he be freed from imprisonment
468[290] 11 July John Sudall John Parker & others Defts tp proceed to trial at common law at Cheshire Assizes according to order of 26 Nov last, or else the complt to be at liberty to move for an injunction for the possession of the lands & tenements mentioned
468[291] 11 July John Kent Brian Guybon & others Mem: 3 obligations remaining in court & 50s are delivered to the complt
468[292] 13 July Charles Cornewallis William Swanton See following note
468[293] 13 July George Hanger John van Forden & others Mem: In the several causes between Charles Cornewallis & William Swanton, and between George Hanger & John van Forden & others, the sums of £100 in either suit, being in all £200, and also one obligation of £200, are delivered to John Madockes to the use of such of the said parties shall have right thereunto
468[294] 13 July Sir Drewe Drury John Whitlock
468[295] 17 July Richard Hatche Andrew Worseley & Margaret his wife Mem: £30 delivered to the said deft Andrew Worseley, and he has left in court the obligation in question
468[296] 5 July Richard Hanbury of the City of London, goldsmith John Baker The obligation in £100, wherein the deft stands bound to appear at a day long since past, to be delivered to the complt to put in suit, unless the deft show etc
468[297] 5 July Thomas Adams Thomas Sherecrofte & others
469[298] 16 June Robert Batt, Fellow of the College of the Great Hall of Oxford University Edward Hussey Complt being tutor to the defts son, Richard Hussey, is claiming for disbursements & charges for diet, education & chamber for the period of one year and a quarter. Deft to pay £6 10s 6d for disbursements, 50s for tuition, chamber & lodging, and 40s towards costs & charges in this suit
470[299] 16 June Peter Beavvoyr of London, goldsmith Peter Savage, Thomas Hutchinson & John Cottesford Disputed obligation, deft Savage to stay proceedings at common law
470[300]471[301] 17 June Robert Howe & John Terry, citizens & goldsmiths of London Bartholomew Gilbert, citizen & godlsmith of London Disputed purchase by the parties, formerly partners, of a certain jewel or rough diamond being of great value, and which is currently in Her Majesty's hands awaiting her pleasure. Deft to stay proceedings at common law.
471[302]472[303] 17 June Robert Blackman Thomas Goddard Deft accused, with Henry Reeve, of defrauding the complt of £100 worth of godds, chattles, household stuff etc left in the possession of Reeve at a farm called Coxes in the parish of Great Ryborowe, Norfolk. Complt failed to prove that the goods bought from the wife & brother of the said Reeve were his property, or that the deft had set out to defraud or deceive. Dismissed.
472[304] 17 June William Copland, administrator of Francis Copland his brother Alexander Pett, Robert Evelyn, Henry Wytham & others £30 claimed from the defts. Dismissed
472[305]473[306] 18 June Edward Edwardes & Johan his wife Thomas Mooreton Title to copyhold messuage etc & 30 acres of land etc in the manor of Awconbury, in the right of Joane, sister & heir of Abraham Bonner decd who died thereof seised. Dismissed as the complt has not proceeded as per order of 9 May last past
473[307]474[308]475[309]476[310] 20 June Charles Howarde & Charity his wife, late wife of Richard Leeche late of Shoffeilde, Sussex Francis Jeffrey, John Gardiner & John Rowe, overseers of the will of Edward Mascall decd Complts demands of allowance of diet & other things to the stewards, officers & tenants of the manor of Plompton, Sussex & refs various agreements claimed to have been made as part of the sale of the mansion house & demesne lands of the manor in 1/2 Phillip & Mary by Sir Francis Carewe to John Mascall, grandfather of the decd Edward Mascall
476[311]477[312] 20 June John Kent Thomas Houldbuck and Bryan Guybon & Elizabeth his wife Arrest of complt by deft Houldbuck & imprisonment at Newcastle on behalf of deft Guybon upon an execution at common law obtained against him on a (counterfeit) bond of £40
477[313] 20 June Richard Hatche Andrew Worseley & Margaret his wife
478[314] 21 June Hugh Higgens Raphe Parkenham Late delivery by the complt of a bond. Attachment against the deft for contempt, and arrest by the bailiff of the sheriff of Kent, from which he escaped by force. Ordered that the Pursuivant of this court or one of Her Majesty's Serjeants at Arms to arrest the deft and bring him before the court.
478[315]479[316] 21 June John Symondes als Forbie Nicholas Killingtree & George Townesend Copyhold messuage & 100 acres held of manor of West Acre, Norfolk. Complt failed to prove any matter of trust against William Killingtree decd, late father to the deft Nicholas Killingtree, but court finds that there was £15 6s 8d due to the complt from the said William Killingtree, which the deft Nicholas Killingtree is required to pay
479[317] 21 June Thomas Reynoldes John Mason & William Paine Dismissed as complt has not proceeded
480[318] 21 June Christopher Hunt executor of Katherine Dunt of Henley, Oxon, widow William Goodwin Goods of the decd said to have been taken by the deft in her lifetime. Dismissed as complt has not proceeded
480[319]481[320] 22 June Nicholas Bond, president of Magdalen College, Oxford & the scholars of the college Thomas Eversfeilde & John Person Manor of Ammington, Sussex. Defts proceedings at common law against John Ampleforth, lessee of the manor.
481[321] 21 June John Lyle Richard Wychehalse, Peter Ball & Nicholas Mitton Previously referred to the arbitration of Thomas Trosse & William Tickle, which failed to find resolution. Referred back to the same commissioners for another attempt
482[322] 22 June William Alston Thomas Alston Certain lands, parcel of the manor of Sayham Hall in Newton, Suffolk
482[323] 22 June Richard Over Henry Timperley £21 10s previously brought into court are ordered to be delivered to the complt as the court is informed that the parties have reached agreement
482[324] 22 June Reynold Hunne of Hackney, Middx Fardinando Malin of Kengington, Middx Ordered that £5 previously brought into court by the complt should be paid to the deft.
483[325] 22 June Thomas Adams Thomas Shercrofte, Lawrence Hargrave & John Spencer & others Defts proceedings at common law. Referred to Robert Clerke one of the Barons of the Court of Exchequer.
483[326]484[327] 23 June Leonard Millnes Phillip Barnardo & Francis Cipriany, merchant strangers Settlement of accounts between the parties.
484[328] 23 June John Thompson Robert Howcrofte & John Wyden Messuage, orchard & parcels of ground containing 3 days work in Crayford, Kent which the complt claims as son & heir of William Thomson. Dismissed as more suitable to be tried at common law.
484[329]485[330] 23 June William Mountford John Brewer, Richard Abbes, John Richman & Edward Russell 9 acres of copyhold land in Hemesbie, Norfolk & 1 acre & 3 roods of freehold land, formerly held by Johan Mountford, grandmother of the complt, and her son William Mountford, whose heir the complt is. Dismissed as complt has failed to provide proof.
485[331]486[332] 26 June Nicholas Stephens Richard Goddard Bargain or contract for a down or sheepwalk called Lyddington Downe, Wilts, for which the deft was to pay £2500
486[333] 26 June John Simpson John Howarde, Robert Howarde, Thomas Carpenter, William Higdon, Francis Selles, Freeman Younge, Raphe Martin, William Hatche, John Finche & John Saunders £100 disbursed over 5 years in the prosecuting of a suit by the consent & agreement of the defts against one Wildblood for denying in open pulpit Her Majesty's supremacy. Commission to be awarded to Humphrey Coningesbie, Raphe Coningesbie, Henry Frowick & John Luke to hear and determine the cause if they can
486[334] 26 June William Filby of Halesworth, Suffolk, John Filby, William Filby, Elizabeth Filbie wife of John Rumbilowe & diverse others John Seaman & Nicholas Seaman Messuages etc in Hallesworth Holton & thereabouts within the hundred of Blything, Suffolk and legacies given in the will of John Filby. Dismissed as the complts have delayed for over a year.
487[335] 26 June Nicholas Lamady Humphrey Foxall & Thomas Andrewes Title to messuage & garden in Symperingham Court in the parish of St Sepulchers without Newgate, London of which the complt is possessed for the life of the deft Henry Foxall (sic). Referred for determination to Richard Smith, Alderman's deputy of St Sepulchers, Innholder, George Needler of St Sepulchers, gent, Edward Leightmaker of St Sepulchers, cordwainer, & Raffe Smith of St Sepulchers, merchant taylor, churchwardens of the said parish.
487[336] 26 June Ulrigge Frosse & others John Fearon & others Dismissed as complts have failed to proceed
487[337]488[338] 26 June Anne Smith, widow Thomas Newbery £12 brought into court by Richard Westcott, by appointment of John Westcott, surety for the complt, who was intending to procure an injunction for the stay of defts proceedings at common law upon a bond of £20. Court is informed that parties have reached agreement & the matter ended, with the bond being delivered to the complt. Ordered that the sum of £12 be delivered to John Sharpe to the use of the said John Westcott
488[339] 27 June William Sayer Bartholomew Talliofere £6 brought into court by the complt for safe custody. Ordered to be delivered to John Madockes to the use of the deft.
488[340]489[341] 28 June John Sims als Forde John Sims als Forde The fourth part of a copyhold tenement in Milton which the complt claims as heir to his grandfather by virtue of an agreement between his grandfather & the deft and one Dashwood
489[342]490[343] 28 June Richard Beadell Stephen Challis Complts demand of liberty to reap & carry certain corn growing upon lands lately demised by him to the deft for the term of 3 years, for which the complt was to pay 6s 8d per acre. Deft threatening to go to common law & suspend payment of rent, as the agreement was only word of mouth, and not included in the indenture
490[344]491[345] 28 June John Sutclif & Robert Croysdale Caleb Kempe, vicar of Bradford, Yorks & others Rights to nominate the parish clerk. Defts claimed to court that the Archbishop of York had already dealt with this matter, and it was dismissed & costs awarded against the complts. Court is now informed by complts counsel that the Archbishop had not finally ordered the same cause, and it remains undecided. Ordered to be resumed, and commission directed to The Archbishop of York, John Bennett & John Favor, doctors of the law & Edward Whittacres to examine witnesses & determine the causes if they can.
491[346] 28 June John Dorney Sir Richard Barkley & Nicholas Veale Dismissed
491[347]492[348] 28 June Anthony Buninge & others Thomas Phillips Half yard of land etc late the lands of Giles Lawrence in Manton, Rutland. No court rolls have been shown by the deft to prove a surrender by the said Giles Lawrence. To be referred to the course of the common law, after which trial the matter of equity to be reserved to be heard and determined in this court
492[349] 29 June Archbishop of Canterbury & Raphe Hayman his farmer Stephen Hatche Title to 3 acres of land appertaining to the Archbishop as parcel of the rectory of Sellinge. This court having previously found for the complt, it was also referred to the common law where the verdict also passed for the complt, but the deft has requested a new trial. Deft proceeds at common law, but refuses to pay the 40s costs ordered by this court, or deliver a copy of his deed, and has also failed to make his answer to a new bill preferred by the complt Hayman. Francis Goodwin one of the messengers of Her Majesty's Chamber is authorised to attach & apprehend the deft
493[350] 29 June Johan Frenche late wife of William Frenche Alice Pinchback, sister of the said William Frenche Stay of defts proceedings at common law on an action for detaining certain goods which the deft claims by a deed of gift from the said William Frenche of £20 by quarterly payments of 20s. Defts proceedings stayed & referred to Mr Hampson, Alderman of the Cripplegate Ward, London for determination
493[351]494[352] 29 June John Brushe William Pond, clerk Defts proceedings at common law in an action brought at Queen's Bench against Francis Harris & Martin Powdrell, bailiffs of the City of Oxford on an escape committed by William Hobbes, condemned in an action of debt at the suit of the deft. Complt is the keeper of the goal in Oxford, and Hobbes has been re-apprehended. Proceedings at common law ordered to be stayed and an injunction of £200 awardede for the performance of this order.
494[353]495[354] 29 June Thomas White, clerk, parson of Okeford Fitzpaine, Dorset John & Edmond Fanston Interest in the mansion house & glebe lands, tithes etc by force of a lease made by Robert Rande, late parson. Disputes over the performance of a previous decree of 9 May 39 Eliz. Referred to William Zowche, Francis James & Thomas Hussie for final determination
495[355] 30 June Francis Metcalf, clerk Thomas Seyliard Mortgage of messuage & lands etc of 11 acres called Campers in Gyngmountney als Mountneising, Essex.
496[356] 30 June Elizabeth Golde & others Robert Longe & others
496[357] 30 June John Hopkins Thomas White, John Bolton, Arthur Hibbins & William Cole Concerning the freight of a ship called the Bonaventure of Bristol. Ordered to be dismissed as a matter not suitable to be heard in this court.
496[358] 30 June Anthony Towell & Richard Turnor William Banaster & James Pilkington Question of whether or not 29 loads of faggots were delivered to the complt.
497[359] 1 July Arthur Bainbrick Francis Warcopp & Robert Glenton Tenement claimed by the complt according to the custom of the lordship or manor of Colbye. Ordered to be tried at common law.
497[360] 1 July Andrew Peerson Christopher Fyneux
497[361] 1 July Robert Fenning Thomas Bromley Dismissed as complt has failed to proceed
498[362] 2 July John Paslye & Elizabeth his wife Margery Neale, widow Title to 12 messuages, land etc in Hornecastle [Horncastle], Lincs, which the complt claims in right of the said Elizabeth as daughter & heir of Martin Barbor, son & heir of Richard Barbor who died thereof seised in right of Beatrix his wife. Dismissed as complt has failed to proceed.
498[363]499[364] 3 July Richard Christopher of St Clements, Middx William Baylie, Ellen his wife, John Burges & Joane his wife, Randall Davies & Alice his wife, John Chacie & Christian his wife £30 of household goods which were in the custody of Anne the complts late wife who entrusted them to the defts during the sickness from which she died. Decreed that the defts should bring into court 20 marks & 30s & the said two iron pots for delivery to the complt. Injunction awarded upon pain of £200 for the performance of the decree
499[365]500[366] 3 July Richard Fisher Anne Parkins, widow Referred to the determination of Christopher Wasse & Giles Parslowe, citizens of London
500[367]501[368] 3 July John Andrewes of the City of Bristol & Susan his wife executrix of Richard Yonge late of Bristol, merchant John Hopkins & others Concerning quarter share in the ship called the Tobie of Bristol of the burden of 200 tons which the complts alledge belonged to the said Richard Yonge in his lifetime. Previously dismissed as complt had failed to proceed, and attachment awarded for failure to pay costs. Certificate has been provided by Vincent Skinner that the complt was employed in Her Majesty's service. Supersedeas awarded and directed to the sheriff of Bristol for the stay of execution of the attachment. Cause to be resumed.
501[369] 3 July Henry Bristowe Thomas Smith & Elizabeth his wife Concerning the reversing of a previous decree in a cause where the deft Elizabeth was complt against the now complt. Copyhold lands etc held of the manor of Shellwood, Surrey
501[370]502[371]503[372] 4 July William Holland William Armiger the elder Complts right as parson of Northweeke, Norfolk to the rectory & tythes. Full details of the award of John Pettus, merchant.
503[373]504[374]505[375] 4 July William Evans & others John Jones, mayor of the City of Gloucester & others Writings etc in the hands of the defts as Governor & keepers of the orphans of the citizens & burgesses of the said city. Detailed listing of individual writings
505[376]506[377] 4 July George Hanger, citizen & clothworker of London John Vanfforden, merchant stranger, Robert Jobson & Joachim Beldick
506[378] 4 July John Ashfield of Ferrington, Gloucs Christopher Thompson of London, taylor Stay of defts proceedings in 2 actions of debt at common law
507[379] 4 July Daniel Kettle Thomas Yorke & Richard Yorke Concerning an action of assault & battery brought by the said Thomas Yorke at the Compter in Wood Streeet, London against Alexander Marche for whom the complt became surety. Dismissed as judgement & execution have already taken place in the action of assault.
507[380] 4 July George Catchmay Arthur Hewett
508[381] 4 July William Saxie & Margaret his wife Simon Broome Detention by the deft of somegoods of Robert Goldinge decd, late husband to the said Margaret. Dismissed at the request of the complt.
508[382]509[383] 5 July John Brooke of Bradenham Richard Brooke Three tenements etc in Sowtham Street, Warwick in tenure of Anne Carpenter, widow and Anne Coles, widow, 30 acres of land in Myton Fields, and another tenement in Warrinton als Warritree Street in the tenure of Joane Wering, widow, all formerly the property of Thomas Brooke late of Warwick decd, which he willed to John Brooke, father to the complt, and which came to the complt on the death of his father. Deft is elder brother to the complts father, and is detaining deeds, evidence etc. Deft agrees to yield the lands to the complt.
509[384]510[385]511[386] 5 July William Clarck Adam Tyman, Peter Warde & George Hickson Stay of deft Adam Tyman's proceedings at common law upon a bond of £60
511[387]512[388] 5 July Francis Dent & others his brethren & sisters Leonard Holman als Homan als Howman & Anne his wife, Thomas Allington, Edward Howytt, Remidge Boothe, Everard Boothe, William Dale & Edward Holman Messuage etc in Halloughton, Leics which Edward Dent, the complts father, held for life with remainder to the complt. Defts claim the land was copyhold for the lives of Edward, Anne Boothe his mother, and Johan his daughter, and that Johan intended to surrender before her death. Found in favour of the complt and injunction in £300 awarded for the performance of this order
512[389] 5 July Marlyon Rythe & Urith his wife Richard Day Defts proceedings at common law upon an obligation of £40 for payment of £22. Ordered that proceedings be stayed until the deft has attended & made his answer
513[390]514[391] 5 July Christopher Manfeild & Mary his wife administratrix of Richard Howe of Southminster, Essex, her father Lyon Lambe Legacies specified in will of Richard Howe, administered by his wife Joane, who later married Reignold Houghton, and then Edward Showell as her 2nd & 3rd husbands. Joane died, and Edward Showell later married Phillis, who upon his death married the deft.
514[392] 5 July Alice Haynes, widow Francis Saunders
514[393] 5 July William Palen & Mary his wife Edward Mitton, Richard Hasell & others
515[394] 5 July Stephen Abthorpe & Edward Abthorpe Edward Bett Complts to pay £135 to the deft at his dwelling house at Somersome, Hunts & the deft to deliver the assurance of the lands & tenements purchased by the complts
515[395] 5 July John Imber Peter Polden Affidavit that the Lord Chief Justice would be willing to make a final end of this cause if it were referred to him. Ordered that this be done, and the previous decree suspended until his determination.
515[396]516[397] 23 June Henry Fowkes Thomas Parsons Concerning the lease of a tenement & yardland called Trewmans Close in Shittlehanger Field, Stoke Brewen, Northants conveyed to the complt by his father Thomas Fowkes and mortgaged to the deft
516[398]517[399]518[400] 6 July John Tillesley Simon Tillesley Title to 2 messuages etc in Aspley & Ilsolle in the parish of Eccleshall, Staffs. Very detailed specification of the division of the property.
518[401]519[402] 6 July Augustine Belson, administrator of John Leichpoole late of Newbery[Newbury], Berks Thomas Bate Several leases in and near Newbury. Dismissed as complt has failed to proceed
519[403]520[404]521[405] 7 July Robert Grynnoughe Simon Haynes Customs of the manor of Turston als Turweston, Bucks. Attempts by the deft to levy fines greater than those usually paid. Complt required to put in a new bill including the Dean & Chapter of St Peter in Westminster as owners of the manor.
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