REQ 1/47

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REQ 1/47 from Easter Term 38 Eliz onwards


REQ 1/47. List, Easter Term 38 Eliz I (1596)

REQ 1/47. List, Trinity Term 38 Eliz I (1596)

Michaelmas Term 38/39 Eliz:

Page Date of Entry Plaintiff(s)/Complainant(s) Defendant(s) Notes/Comments
[1] 9 Oct John, Archbishop of Canterbury & Raffe Hayman Stephen Hatche
[2] Margaret Carter Robert Hogge
[3] Richard Collard Dame Isabel, Countess of Rutland
[4] Richard Sands Thomas Foster, Jonas Hynds & others
[5] John Heydon John Hollingbrigge Defts proceedings at Common Law
[6] Henry Lovell & Anne his wife William Whyte
[7] Anthony Warren Phillip Cursine & John Alden Deft to answer, or injunction for stay of suits at Common Law
[8] .... Parsons John Parris
[9] George Gypps Francis Cherry Mem: 44s 4d paid to the complt as per order
[10] Barnard Carter John Thomas Injunction to be dissolved & deft to pay 20s to the complt for his costs due to the deft failing to attend the arbitrators
[11] Henry Hopkins Thomas Shuter
[12] Phillip Carter Thomas Strowde & others
[13] Robert Linge & Peter Linge George Glascocke & Humfrey Corbett
[14] Judith Flower Mark Mulborne
[15] Anne Goslinge, widow Thomas Osborne
[16] John Sharpe John Inglishe
[17] Humfrey Gunston & George Halle Thomas Jellibrande & Edmond Grey
[18] William Atkinson Henry Dowe
[19] 11 Oct Walter Newman Myles Carpenter als Harroden Court has been informed that the complt is a man well able to live and of good wealth, therefore ordered that not to be allowed to continue in forma pauperis
[20] John Twyne Raffe Hill
[21] William Farrand, doctor of law & Mary his wife Arthur Langworthe
[22] Giles Rose George Burfott & Giles Metforth
[23] Anne Wilcox Edward Wilcox
[24] William Bente Richard Bannister & others Defts to attend 6 Nov to show why an injunction should not be awarded to put the plaintiff in possession of the houses in question
[25] Robert Smythe William Gardyner
[26] .... ..wood Henry Michelborne
[27] John Meere & Dorothy his wife, executrix of John Golde Audrey Golde By a bill of revivor. Plts interrs to be referred to Mr Padgett of the Middle Temple & Mr Goldinge of the Inner Temple for their opinions.
[28] Margaret Smythe, widow Mary Lockett, widow
[29] Thomas Yewle & Elizabeth his wife George Ha... & Christian his wife Defts to attend or else be re-comitted to the Fleet for their contempts
[30] Roger Bateman & Annable his wife Robert Slipper
[31] Lancelot Hoskins John Mudye & Zachary Hoskins
[32] John James, doctor of phisicke & others Bradshawe Drewe & James Drewe
[33] William Scrogges Thomas Stanley
[34] Raffe Astry John Penredd & others
[35] William Alston Thomas Alston
[36] John Eccleston John Helwys the father & Jervase Helwys his son
[37] Richard Crosley Simon Storre Possession of the house etc in question to be established in the complt unless the deft show ...
[38] 12 Oct Robert Davye William Partheridge, Afra his wife & Mary Mooreton, widow Defts Partheridge & his wife have made imperfect answers, to be re-examined in court. Process to be awarded against Mary Mooreton for her appearance in court to be examined
[39] Walter ..rry, Agnes his wife & others Robert Witnall als Eeles Deft to bring into court the indenture of demise made by Henry Fleetwood
[40] Richard Clarke John Alforde
[41] Thomas Lynde John Carter
[42] Thomas Chapman & others Francis Ashbashe & Leonard Mylles Defts proceedings at Common Law
[43] Johan Warde, widow William Colmer
[44] Richard Sachefeild & others Francis ................... widow & John Hodges
[45] Francis Atmere & others Francis Woodhowse
[46] Christopher Parris Robert Shipwashe & others Unless defts answer by 4 Nov, attachment to be awarded for their contempts
[47] Thomas Wrenche & William Wrenche William Blackhead
[48] Rice Sutton Richard Glanfill & Francis Glan....
[49] William Thomas & Margaret his wife Dunstan Mathewe, George Holdinge, Fortune his wife & [blank] Atkinson Rent of a house in St Buttolphe in Southwark
[50] Thomas Dye & others Christopher Dye
[51] William Dannsey Elizabeth Smythe, widow
[52] Leonard Boxe Thomas Boxe
[53] William Langley James Niccolls To be dismissed
[54] John de Boys Nicholas Oseley To be dismissed unless complt proceed
[55] William Jurden Jasper Greedy
[56] John Sybley William Claybroke & Paul Claybrooke
[57] 13 Oct George Castellowe William Lownde
[58] Richard Arnolde John Bayly Complt spared the bringing in of £10 specified in a previous order as deft has contemptuously proceeded at the Common Law
[59] Phillip Gratwicke Henry Gratwicke & others
[60] Pexall Broccas & others William Washborne & Thomas Clarke Complt to attend & show why case should not be dismissed
[61] Christopher Hunt William Goodwyn To be dismissed if complt does not proceed
[62] John Chapman Christopher Preston Deft defaulted, 40s costs, but as the defts counsel informed the court that the deft had mistaken the date, award of costs suspended
[63] Susan Fray & Henry Woodall William Mydmore Complt has delivered the £44 principal debt. Injunction awarded for stay of defts suits at Common Law
[64] .... Turnor John Harris & John Cheesman Defts proceedings at Common Law
[65] Thomas Clarke John Clarke
[66] John Sulyarde & others Edward Boddie & John Russell
[67] 14 Oct Thomas Seagrave, clerk John Killingworth & Thomas Colson Deft attended but complt not ready to proceed, 40s costs to deft
[68] Eborde Ferries & Margaret his wife George Sydenham & Richard Sulley
[69] George Wanderton Vincent Norrington
[70] Richard Crosley Simon Storre
[71] William Niccolson Alexander Reddishe
[72] William Squier Thomas Warner
[73] Thomas Yewle & Elizabeth his wife George Hatley & Christian his wife
[74] John Weaver Mathew Bolte
[75] William Alston Thomas Alston
[76] Robert Waylande John Toogood & others Deft to enter bond in £100 to stand & perform such order or decree made of this court
[77] Leonard Boxe Thomas Boxe
[78] 15 Oct Henry Fowkes Thomas Parsons
[79] John Cole Richard Kidder
[80] Rowland Fludd Nicholas Nelson
[81] Bridget Martendale, widow Eustace Moone
[82] William Colwall William Vaughan To be dismissed unless complt show ... Deft to be examined regarding his supposed contempts, and if he should clear himself, then costs will be awarded against the complt
[83] John Taylor Thomas Russell & Lewes Hewes Defts proceedings at Common Law
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