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| [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/Eliz/REQ1no48/IMG_0094.htm] || ||Robert Leworthie & Mary his wife ||Stephen Braddon & others ||Pauper. Refs certificate sent in by Hugh Acklande & George Peard
 
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| [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/Eliz/REQ1no48/IMG_0095.htm] ||17 June ||James Wingefeild ||Thomas Wheeler || Deft has entered bond, therefore set free from his imprisonment
 
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| [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/Eliz/REQ1no48/IMG_0095.htm] ||15 June ||Edmond Niccolson & Christian his wife, administratrix of Michael Brookes ||Thomas Knappe & others || Deft Knappe to attend on 7th day of next term to enter bond with condition to answer the mean profits of the lands & tenements in question, to the use of the infant mentioned in the bill. And in the mean time the deft Knappe shall not do or suffer to be done any wilful waste or spoil upon the houses or lands in question
 
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| [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/Eliz/REQ1no48/IMG_0095.htm] ||18 June ||Henry Archer ||Thomas Thomas ||Mem: 2 obligations of £150 & £27 mentioned in a decree of 13 June are paid to the complt.
 
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| [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/Eliz/REQ1no48/IMG_0095.htm] || ||Robert Chamberleyn ||Stephen Woodforde ||Mem: £3 paid to the deft as per order
 
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| [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/Eliz/REQ1no48/IMG_0095.htm] ||15 June ||William Bydawhile & Margaret his wife ||Lewes Lloyde & others ||
 
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| [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/Eliz/REQ1no48/IMG_0096.htm] || ||William Leeche ||Frideswide Radley, widow & others ||
 
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| [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/Eliz/REQ1no48/IMG_0096.htm] || ||Thomas Blenerhassett ||Thomas Sherewood & William Agar ||
 
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| [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/Eliz/REQ1no48/IMG_0096.htm] || ||Phippe Amisham, clerk ||Myles Kedgell ||
 
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| [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/Eliz/REQ1no48/IMG_0096.htm] ||15 June ||Robert Wrothe ||John Banckes & John Taylor (feoffees in trust of the lands mentioned in the complts bill) ||
 
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| [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/Eliz/REQ1no48/IMG_0096.htm] || ||Charitie Leeche, widow ||Francis Jeffrey & others || Defts answered at the beginning of this term, Complt has since married Charles Howarde, and they have exhibited a new bill. Ordered that, if there is new substance, then the defts to make answer again, otherwise the original answers to stand.
 
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| [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/Eliz/REQ1no48/IMG_0096.htm] || ||James Kidwell & Johan his wife ||John Pope ||
 
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| [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/Eliz/REQ1no48/IMG_0096.htm] ||18 June ||John Griffin ||John Iremonger ||Mem: £17, parcel of £19 mentioned in an order of 15 June, paid to the complt.
 
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| [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/Eliz/REQ1no48/IMG_0097.htm] || ||Oliver Godfrey ||Richard Fayreman & Elizabeth his wife ||Mem: £20 paid to Richard Fayreman as per order
 
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| [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/Eliz/REQ1no48/IMG_0097.htm] || ||Anthony Dowe ||John Jefferey als Sponer ||
 
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| [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/Eliz/REQ1no48/IMG_0097.htm] || ||William Whitheade ||Thomas Vachell ||
 
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| [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/Eliz/REQ1no48/IMG_0097.htm] ||20 July ||Thomas Kery ||Francis Pyncke ||Mem: £8 10s paid to the complt as per order
 
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| [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/Eliz/REQ1no48/IMG_0097.htm] || ||Thomas Clarke ||Lawrence Mitchell ||Pauper.
 
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| [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/Eliz/REQ1no48/IMG_0097.htm] || ||William Domeright & Jeremy Domeright ||Richard Newe & Richard Heathe ||Pauper.
 
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| [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/Eliz/REQ1no48/IMG_0098.htm] || ||John Swayne the elder & John Swayne the younger ||John Shobbrocke ||
 
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Revision as of 16:22, 20 May 2019

REQ 1/48. List, Easter Term 39 Eliz I (1597)


in progress

Trinity Term 39 Eliz (1597)


List

Page Date of Entry Plaintiff(s)/Complainant(s) Defendant(s) Notes/Comments
[1] 27 May William Hannam & Margaret his wife Thomas Wallis Commission to be held at Shaftesbury, Dorset
[2] Francis Pratt Nicholas Winniffe
[3] George Smedley Robert Newdicke & others Since the complt exhibited his bill, he has also commenced suit at common law, therefore dismissed from this court.
[4] Prudence Cawston, widow Nicholas Gilborne & William Petley
[5] Michael Farrer als Turner John Allen & Elizabeth his wife Dismissed unless complt proceeds by thursday next
[6] Alice Langton, widow Thomas Fletcher Pauper
[7] George Hewson & Grace his wife George Sheppey & Edward Graveley Defts to attend & show cause why they should not bring into court the writings confessed in their answers
[8] Elizabeth Goulde & others Robert Longe & others Deft Robert Longe to attend & show cause why he should not bring into court the writings confessed in his answer
[9] William Redmar John Wilson & others Complt at liberty to amend his bill on the mistaken points, upon payment of 10s costs to the deft
[10] Thomas Snagge Humfrey Fitxwilliams Deft to attend monday next to speak in maintenance of his demurrer or else make his full answer without delay
[11] Robert Myles Giles Allen & others Refs bill in Chancery, but as persons named are not the same, case retained in this court & deft to make answer
[12] William Palen & Mary his wife Edward Mytton, Henry Bowrne & Richard Hasells Defts (appearing by virtue of an attachment) to be examined touching their supposed contempts, and not to depart without the license of her Majesty's counsel
[13] Richard Chibnall Edmond Toppe Defts suits at common law
[14] Elizabeth Passell, widow & others Thomas Paternoster & others Defts to attend & show cause why order should not be taken to establish the complts in possession of the lands & tenements in question
[15] John Dorney Richard Barkley & others
[16] John Snelhawke George Dyeke & others
[17] John Holmes Robert Paynter als Androwes Parties are both plt & deft
[18] Alice Haynes, widow Francis Saunders
[19] Henry, Lord Seymor Roger Hollande
[20] William Samson Dudley Hawkes & others Complt to bring in the rent due to the deft by the lease in question & 40s more, to remain in court until further order, and deft to show cause why the complt should not be established in possession of the house mentioned in the lease
[21] Johan Earle John Earle & others Claimed that Thomas Goodman & William Prior, two other of the defts, have colluded to procure the bond of £300 in question & that it does not in any way in law concern the complt. Complt claims to be administrator of Thomas Earle, but deft John Earle claims Thomas Earle made a will naming him as executor. Complt to attend and show cause why the matter should not be tried at common law.
[22] Robert Whyte & others Nicholas Kendid & others
[23] 28 May William Hannam & Margaret his wife Thomas Wallis Mem: 20s for costs paid by Richard Costley, brother in law to the deft, to Francis Conditt, son in law & solicitor for the complt, for the use of the complt, as per order
[24] Robert Hardinge Alexander Halie
[25] James Winstanley & Mary his wife William Dethicke als Garter, principal king at arms & others
[26] William Day Richard Kitter Dismissed
[27] Ewen Haddocke William Fynche
[28] Francis Hollinshed William Bennett Dismissed upon showing a dismission from Chancery dated 3 Feb last
[29] Richard Hanbury John Baker
[30] Nicholas Lamadey Thomas Androwes & others
[31] Anthony Frisbie & others James Howson Deft to make his answer, and then the court will take further order for transferring the case to the Court of Orphans in the City of London
[32] Francis Kelway Ambrose Button
[33] James Wingfeild Thomas Wheeler Deft, appearing by virtue of a commission of Rebellion and an injunction awarded for his contempts in breach of an order, was committed to the Fleet, to remain until he submits to perform the previous order
[34] Richard Oxenbridge John Carpenter & Francis Mylles Defts to pay 20s costs for their delays.
[35] Anne Garforthe, widow & William her son Thomas Higgens & William Shipman
[36] William Kinge John Kinge & John Kinge Defts to pay 10s costs for their delays, and to make his (sic) answers by 6 June, or else pay 2s further costs for every day it si further delayed
[37] John Ascoughe & others Edmond Abdey & others
[38] William Tirrie & others Thomas Gooche
[39] Thomas Standishe & Scolastica his wife Thomas Hollis
[40] William Gwercye Walter Pewes Affidavit that deft is employed in her Majety's service about provision for ships.
[41] John Glassington Richard Sayer & John Hooke
[42] 30 May Francis Egglinton & Anne his wife Thomas Knappe & others Defts, tenants of lands etc whereof Michael Brookes was seized at his death, shall attend to show cause why they should not bring into court the rents due on the same lands, for the use of Anne Brookes, daughter & heir of the said Michael
[43] Myles Southwell & others William Mowlton Deft to show in court the outlawry against the complt Myles Southwell, or provide his answer by monday next
[44] John Trevor & Thomas Smythe Dame Katherine Copley, widow Deft to provide answer by monday next, and pay 20s costs to the complts for the insufficiencies of her former answer
[45] Thomas Clarke Lawrence Mitchell, clerk
[46] Henry Traske, clerk John Bulkley & Stephen Bownde Sheriff of Hants, to whom an attachment was formerly awarded for the apprehension of the defts for their contempts, shall upon pain of £20 make a return of the same attachment to this court by 6 June
[47] Thomas Duncombe Richard Arnolde & Katherine his wife
[48] Robert Grenenoughe & William Cooke Simon Heyns Attachment awarded against the deft for his contempts
[49] Thomas Lee benedict Winchecombe & Robert Haynes
[50] Dean & Canons of Windsor Thomas Pelham
[51] Raffe Waller John Thorie Defts suits at common law
[52] Johan Earle John Earle & others
[53] John Fletcher George Rose & others
[54] Thomas Roe Edward Tirrey Deft employed in her Majesty's service
[55] Mathew Bigge Johan ...., widow Dismissed as the complt has a suit pending against the deft at common law
[56] John Reade Thomas Rochell
[57] Robert Atkins William Rayner
[58] James Parry John Mabbe the younger Deft, appearing by virtue of a proclamation of rebellion, is to attend de die in diem until he has been examined and licensed to depart
[59] John Jacobbe als Reygnoldes John Trigge & others
[60] John ...ington William Burye
[61] John Burton Cadwallader Robertes & others
[62] 31 May Peter Slade John Francis & Thomas Prowse
[63] Nicholas Ratchforde & John Deacon William Kymaston Dismissed as judgement & execution is already passed at common law
[64] Edward Chapman & others George Hancocke & others Defts to bring in deed of feoffment
[65] Richard Fogge Richard Huffham
[66] Thomas Hunt Richard Palmer
[67] Mathye Grey & Jane his wife Rowland Eyre & others
[68] William Palen & Mary his wife Edward Mytton & others
[69] William B...feild & Faith his wife Andrew Trolloppe & others
[70] Oliver Godfrey Richard Fairman Complt to bring in £20 for principal debt. Defts suits at common law
[71] Thomas Bynde Raffe Massye & Robert Stainsham
[72] William Forde John ........... Ezechiell Grosse
[73] Rice Sutton Francis Glanvile & Richard Glanvile Refs to commissioners Thomas Hunt, fishmonger & Randall Woolley, merchant taylor. And also to depositions of Fardinando Alvaries, merchant stranger, who can speak no English, and which are claimed to have been misinterpreted
[74] Prudence Cawston Nicholas Gilborne & William Petley
[75] Jane Armiger, widow Margaret Pettit, widow
[76] Agnes Ingery/Jugery, widow Gregory Androwes Deft defaulted, 20s costs
[77] Mark Ive & William Ive William Gillinge Deft, contrary to previous order & injunction, has procured the arrest of Mark Ive from the court of common pleas, notwithstanding he also had a suit pending at Kings Bench. Attachment or the court's messenger (at the choice of the complt) to be sent for the deft to answer for his contempts
[78] John Wheeler Richard Boothe
[79] John Fetherston Thomas Watson
[80] Edward Mylle Francis Cheveley & others
[81] Johan Spragin Martin Spragin & others Pauper.
[82] William Kinge John Kinge the father & John his son
[83] Michael Crowche Thomas Cason
[84] Mark Ive William Monox, executor of John Aubrey Value of pearls. Complt is presently on a voyage
[85] 2 June Edmond Grave John Neale
[86] Michael Cawley William Cawley
[87] Robert Bridger William Newman & Margaret his wife Pauper. Defts to speak in maintenance of their demurrer, or else make their answers
[88] Phillip Cursine, merchant stranger Andrew Fursland Defts proceedings at common law
[89] Alice Haynes Francis Saunders
[90] Thomas Williams als Thomas Meredithe John Jones, William ap John & others, the under tenants of the said John Jones No further process to be awarded against the under tenants, John Jones & William ap John to make their answers
[91] Myles Southwell & others William Mowlton Outlawries shown to court show that the complt stands outlawed at the suit of Thomas Funston, and the rest of the complts at the suit of Millicent Browne, widow, therefore to be dismissed
[92] Henry Sekforde Sir William Wray
[93] Henry Trippe William Glover
[94] Roger Wyndham Thomas Mabbe
[95] William Saxey Simon Broome
[96] Nicholas Lee John Tracie
[97] Nicholas Errington William Kente Defts proceedings at common law
[98] William Alston Thomas Alston
[99] Richard Thurborne Robert Olliver Complt has brought in the £14 principal debt & submitted himself to stand to the court's order, thus injunction awarded for stay of defts proceedings at common law
[100] James Wingfeild Thomas Wheeler
[101] Michael Godwin Edward Yonge
[102] Edmond Wallis John Barnes Deft to bring in 20s interest for the loan of £20 mentioned in the bill, and injunction will be awarded for stay of defts proceedings at common law
[103] Edmond Emery Thomas Emerye
[104] John Holte & others Robert Witnall als Eiles
[105] Lawrence Dutton John Rogers Deft to answer by monday next or else an attachment will be awarded for his contempts
[106] Thomas Harrison Edward Acheley Deft to stay suit at common law
[107] Margaret Puncherdon, widow Edward Gates Pauper.
[108] Thomas Keble, clerk Peter Withipole, Thomasin his wife & Richard Howe
[109] John Alcocke Richard Bolt & Anne his wife Defts suits at common law
[110] Ewen Haddocke Willm Finche Mem: Defts obligation of £100, made for his appearance in this court, is delivered to the deft to be cancelled as he has made his answer
[111] William Whyte & Johan his wife Thomas Throgood
[112] Thomas Day & Jane his wife Robert Flicke & others Defts claim that complt Jane, who is a troublesome person who refuses to be ruled by her husband, is prosecuting this cause without the privity or consent of her husband. Ordered that her husband attends 8th day of the next term to avow the suit or else to be dismissed
[113] Robert Mennell John Layton Complt has shown in court the reversal of the outlawry pleaded in the defts demurrer, under the hand of Thomas Antrobus, clerk of the outlawries, therefore deft to make his answer
[114] George Oxley Thomas Cowchman Dismissed
[115] Thomas Williams als Thomas Meredeth John Jones & others Certificate from the Council in the Marches of Wales. Dismissed
[116] George Froome John Travis
[117] Stephen Skelton Daniel Broker Pauper. Deft to show cause why the complt should not be awarded possession of the lands in question, and his suits at common law stayed.
[118] Anthony Draper William Finkell Deft paid in March last was 12 months for the barley mentioned in the bill at 9s per quarter, to be delivered about 8 months later, which was within 6d per quarter of the full market price. Deft has offered to abate the delivery of 3 quarters of the total which he should have had about 8 months ago, in order that the residue is delivered by midsummer day, which the court thinks to be reasonable. Complt to attend to show why he should refuse this offer
[119] Margaret Hull Richard James Pauper. Referred to the final order & determination of Thomas Cesar & John Hale, counsel of the two parties.
[120] Thomas Graves George Somersett Pauper.
[121] William Catcott Henry Fynche Pauper.
[122] George Hill & others John Gibbons & others
[123] John Fludd Thomas Britton & Elizabeth his wife
[124] Robert Waylande John Toogood Messenger of the court to summon the deponents who have failed to appear as required by order of 21 April
[125] Nicholas Smythe William Romeridger, Richard Holden & others
[126] Thomas Whyte, clerk John Fanston & Edmond his son Claimed that both parties have breached a former decree, therefore summoned to court to be examined.
[127] Anne Gostlinge, widow Thomas Osborne & James Osborne
[128] John Aubrey Hugh George
[129] Richard Bulkley, administrator of Thomas Bulkley William Whalle & others Deft Whalle to attend & show why he should not assign to the complt the bill obligatorie made by Anne Allington
[130] John Brooke Richard Brooke
[131] John Griffin & Alice his wife John Iremonger Mem: Obligation of £40 delivered to the deft as per order
[132] 6 June Edward Carmarden Richard Edwardes Mem: John Allington, solicitor for the complt, was comitted to the custody of the Warden of the Fleet for abusing Mr sergeant Williams with bad terms or speeches by means whereof the court was disturbed. The Mr sergeant Williams, at the request of the court, is contented not take any advantage against the said Allington at common law.
[133] James Parry John Mabbe the younger
[134] Thomas Duncombe Richard Arnolde & Katherine his wife
[135] Phillip Cursine, merchant stranger Andrew Furslande Debt of £239
[136] John Pigeon & Elionor his wife Thomas Wattes Mem: A book of accounts together with certain evidences & writings containing in number 44 pieces, formerly brought in by James Wattes son of the deft, and mentioned in a decree of 31 May last, are delivered to John Pigeon
[137] Oliver Godfrey Richard Fayrman Defts suit at common law
[138] Robert Rodes & Raffe Rodes William Connden & others Defts have not proceeded at common law as they were directed to do, therefore to attend this court & show why they should not deliver the deed of assignment & other conveyances complained of, and possession of the house in question
[139] John Pargrave Nicholas Herne & others
[140] John Fletcher George Rose & others
[141] John Osborne & Thomas Digbie Richard Worsley & others his undertenants Deft Worsley has assured court that his undertenants will abide by the court's decision, therefore requests that they be spared the need to provide their answers to the complts bill
[142] John Priestman & others John Martyn
[143] William Kinge John Kinge the father & John his son
[144] Lawrence Evans & Lettice his wife Richard Warren Decree of 26 March last to be stayed. Parties to attend monday next to be heard on the points of the decree
[145] Thomas Williams John ap John & others
[146] Elizabeth Passell & others Thomas Paternoster & others
[147] Edward Mill Jane Clovell, widow, Frances Cheveley & others
[148] John Peirson & William Howse John Hilwell &Robert Gilbert Dismissed unless complts proceed
[149] Thomas Day & Jane his wife Robert Flicke & others
[150] Nicholas Bonde Thomas Haughton & others
[151] Thomas Lee Benedict Winchcombe Complt to deliver into court the principal debt, otherwise to be dismissed
[152] Thomas Cason Michael Crowche The third attorney in this court (who represents neither party) is to consider the suffiency of the defts answer
[153] Nowell de Caroone John Watson Deft to bring into court the obligation of £400 & to stay suits at common law
[154] Ambrose Lacie Percival Bell & others
[155] Richard Hurrell & Nathaniel Howell Roger Godbolde Upon sight of an affidavit made by William Coppin, ordered that the complt bring in £26, injunction to be awarded for stay of defts suits at common law until deft has made his answer
[156] 7 June Richard Bowers & Elizabeth his wife George Wright Pauper.
[157] John Fletcher George Rose & others
[158] [blank] Hartley [blank] Hartley
[159] Henry Goodericke Lewes Snagge
[160] Jane Armiger, widow Margaret Pettit, widow
[161] William Cory & Mary his wife Jonas Wyndell
[162] John Rowles Richard Francklin & John Francklin
[163] Anne Mascall Edward Hawtofte Pauper.
[164] Edward Catesbie & others William Gardyner & Margaret his wife Pauper.
[165] Richard Frannces George Hudson & others Although the deft Hudson appeared & made his answer on 8 & 15 April, an attachment was procured 14 May against Hudson as well as Robert Rayner another deft, and Hudson has been attached unjustly. Therefore Hudson to be discharged with his costs for his wrongful vexation. Attachment against Rayner to stand.
[166] John Trevor & Thomas Smythe Dame Katherine Copley, widow
[167] Ambrose Hill & John Hill the younger John Hill the elder Pauper.
[168] Stephen Ridge Peter & Thomas Knight
[169] William Seliocke Edward Burrowes
[170] 8 June Henry Archer Thomas Thomas Mem: sumsof £25 and £6 13s 4d delivered to the deft as per order
[171] John Pasley & Elizabeth his wife Margery Neale, widow Clement Cooke, solicitor for the deft, to attend upon Mr Cason, counsel for the complt in forma pauperis, & show proofs for the defts title to the houses & lands in question, and then to compound the cause if they can
[172] Anne Garforthe, widow & William her son William Shipman & Thomas Higgens Defts have defaulted several times, and court informed that they are sick. Court requires an affidavit to attest to the defts sickness, if not provided, then a decree will be drawn and passed for the complts
[173] Anne Gostlinge, widow Thomas Osborne & James Osborne his son Refs to Thomas Osborne's examination in Court of Exchequer. Profits of the parsonage in question to be sequestered into the hands of the Bailiff of Yarmouthe until the matter is heard, or else the defts to be bound in the sum of £1000 to stand to this court's order
[174] John Glassington Richard Sayer & others
[175] Robert Hardinge Alexander Haley
[176] John Burton Cadwallader Robertes & others
[177] Anne Creswell, widow Mary Thwaites
[178] Jervase Eyre Roger Wilbore & Robert Baxenden
[179] 9 June William Burye John Sherrington
[180] Thomas Kelke Richard Balston
[181] Henry Traske, clerk John Bulkley & Stephen Bownde Defts to attend de die in diem until they have been examined
[182] Stephen Skelton Daniel Brooker
[183] John Carter Robert Savage & Dionis his wife
[184] William Bradfield & Faith his wife Andrew Trollopp & others If the said Faith come into court & disclaim this suit depending in her name, then it shall be dismissed
[185] John Fletcher George Rose & others
[186] Henry Goodericke Lewes Snagge Complt to bring in £24 17s, parcel of the debt due to the deft & enter bond to stand to the court's order regarding the residue of debt, costs & charges, and the deft to bring in the obligation of £130 in question & to stay proceedings at common law
[187] William Sloughe John Bolte & others Deft to pay the 50s mentioned in the lease in the complts bill
[188] Edward Chapman & others George Hancockes & others Complt to be at liberty to put in a bill of complaint against John Shelbury, mentioned in the defts answer regarding a deed of feoffment
[189] Roger Mannors Thomas Marsham
[190] Nicholas Bonde Thomas Hawton & others
[191] George Ognell John Ferrers & others Mem: two obligations of £500 & £200 delivered to the said Ferrers as per order
[192] Sir Richard Bulkley William Whalle & others Deft offers that, if the complt agree to pay his costs & charges, he would authorise the complt to put in suit the bill of debt mentioned in a former order, which the court thought reasonable
[193] Francis Clement & Thomas Clement Robert Warner & Edward Phithion Injunction for stay of defts proceedings at common law
[194] Rose Davies, widow Thomas Foster & others Unless defts show cause to the contrary, the complt to be restored to possession of the lands & tenements mentioned in her bill
[195] Jane Trehane, widow & others Degory Canne
[196] Thomas White, clerk John Fanston Deft to be re-examined on the second interrogatory & to answer plainly & directly
[197] John Swayne the father & John his son John Shobbrooke Complt to bring in the £6 13s mentioned in an affidavit by George Isackes & an injunction will be awarded for stay of defts proceedings at common law
[198] John Ashebie & others Peter Prestwoode Messenger to bring in the deft. Injunction to stay proceedings at common law
[199] Anne Creswell, widow Mary Thwaites
[200] John Pettus William Robbinson Deft to bring in the statute mentioned in his answer
[201] John Wheeler Richard Boothe
[202] Aden Berrisforde & Ursula his wife Phillip Ablett & Mary his wife Mem: £8 paid to William Browne for the use of the complts as per order
[203] 10 June Henry Machen & Anne his wife John Golborne & others
[204] Robert Batte Edward Hussey
[205] Thomas Baker Henry Manfeild
[206] John Burton Cadwallader Robertes & others
[207] John Bennett & Henry Bennett Agnes Snoden
[208] George Tubbe John Hoell & John Baker
[209] George Howson & Grace his wife George Sheppey & Edward Graveley
[210] John Watkins Edmond Lillie
[211] Edmond Wallis John Barnes
[212] John Ashebie & others Peter Prestwoode Mem: Deft was enjoined to stay his proceedings at common law, to which he agreed, and it is ordered that the complt pay unto the deft for his nisi prius at common law & other costs such as this court shall award
[213] 11 June Alexander Hartley Nicholas Hartley
[214] Edward Catesbie & others William Gardyner & Margaret his wife, executrix of Frement Abraham
[215] 11 June William Coras & Mary his wife Jonas Wyndle
[216] Richard Robbins & Giles Robbins Richard Dorney & Evan Lloyde
[217] Henry Martyn John Martyn
[218] James Parkinson Esay Whittiffe
[219] Henry Hayter, clerk Nicholas Yelf
[220] Edward Catesbie & others William Gardyner & Margaret his wife
[221] Peter Lee John Tracie
[222] Richard Oxenbridge Francis Mylles & John Carpenter
[223] William Whitheade Thomas Vachell Pauper.
[224] Richard Bowers & Elizabeth his wife George Wright In consideration of defts delays a decree to be drawn for the complt according to their demand in the bill of complt
[225] John Fletcher George Rose & others
[226] Thomas Showell Richard Truslowe
[227] John Glassington Richard Sayer & John Hooke
[228] James Pemberton Christopher Preston Deft brought in by an attachment, comitted to the Fleet for refusing to comply with an order of 2 May last
[229] John Pasley & Elizabeth his wife Margery Neale, widow Pauper. Ordered that complts be confirmed in possession of three houses.
[230] Francis Taylor Henry Woodwarde & Jane his wife
[231] Jane Armiger, widow Margaret Pettit, widow £34 claimed from the deft for arrears of rent
[232] Cicelie Stile, widow John Goode
[233] Richard Hanbury John Baker
[234] Raffe Turnor & John Cheesman John Harris Mem: £30 delivered to the said John Haris as per order
[235] 13 June Hubert Hacon Richard Coane
[236] John Hawkins & others Anne Walton The opinion of some of the judges of the common law to be sought regarding the lease in question
[237] Henry Machen & Anne his wife John Golborne & others
[238] Lawrence Dutton John Rogers Mem: £40 delivered to the complt as per order
[239] Anne Garforthe, widow & William her son William Shipman & Thomas Higgens
[240] Edward Dyser Bartholomew Grene & others
[241] Richard Fysher Agnes Parkins, widow
[242] John Osborne & Thomas Digbie Richard Worsley & others
[243] John Aubrey Hugh George Defts to deliver into court the deeds etc mentioned in the complts bill
[244] Robert Rodes & Raffe Rodes William Counden & John Fearne
[245] Edmond Bridges John Grimsteed & others Complt ordered to discontinue his suit at common law
[246] Andrew Fysher Sir Stephen Slanye & others
[247] John Griffin John Iremonger
[248] Francis Atmere & others Francis Woodhouse
[249] John Smythe Richard Bartholemewe
[250] John Weston Richard Hyde Opinions of judges of the Common Pleas as to whether a lease os for 50 years or 55 years
[251] Alice Hunt, widow Thomas Pitt, John Keinton, John Badnedge & John Moude
[252] Robert Phillice Henry Baynton & others
[253] Francis Jesopp Henry Nevell & Ruth his wife
[254] John Middleton Giles Clarke & William Hamlin
[255] Thomas Whyte, clerk John Fanston
[256] 14 June Fulke Emerson & Johan his wife Thomas Rowe & John Hickes
[257] George Hughson & Grace his wife George Sheppye & Edward Graveley To be referred to the determination of the counsels of the two parties, as to their wisdom shall seem best to agree with equity and good conscience
[258] 15 June William Gale John Stumpe
[259] William Forde John Legha als Trelodevas & Ezechiel Grosse
[260] Anthony Draper & others William Finkell
[261] Thomas Bridges, clerk Robert Wells & others Pauper.
[262] John Osborne & Thomas Digbie Richard Worsley & others
[263] Anne Gostlinge, widow Thomas Osborne & James Osborne
[264] Ambrose Stephens Edmond Arthure Mem: Four obligations, 3 of £10 each made by George Burrell & the 4th of 100 marks made by Raphaell Veysey are delivered to Roger Hitchcocke to the use of the complt, as per order of 7 June
[265] Stephen Price Anne Gostlett, widow
[266] Andrew Pearson Christopher Fenix Complt to enter bond to abide by the court's decision, and injunction will be awarded for the stay of defts proceedings at common law
[267] John Preistman John Martyn
[268] Beatrice Lamberte, widow Dame Katherine Copley, widow Deft to be at liberty to proceed at commpon law, but to trial only, not to proceed to judgement or execution
[269] Thomas Knowles, executor of Anne Osborne Anne Odway, widow
[270] Edward Chapman & others George Hancockes & others John Shelbury to bring into court the deed of feoffment mentioned in a previous order
[271] Rose Davies, widow Thomas Foster & others
[272] Robert Pearte John Nicholson & Margaret Crosse, widow Injunction for stay of defts proceedings at common law
[273] Robert Witnall als Eles Walter Cary & others
[274] Thomas Adkis Simon Bowde & Josua Culley Defts to be at liberty to proceed at common law, but to trial only, and to show all books of accounts & reckoning, according to the offer they have made
[275] Raffe Chambers & others Leonard Chamberleyn
[276] Rose Tipladie, widow John Price Rents of the lands in question to be brought into court for safe keeping
[277] John Trevor & Thomas Smythe Dame Katherine Copley, widow Complt to be at liberty to reap & carry away all corn & grain which they can show to have sown on the lands in question
[278] Thomas Seagrave John Killingworth
[279] William Sayer Bartholomew Talliafero
[280] Henry Machen Thomas Jorden, one of the yeoman warders of her Majesty's tower Injunction previously awarded to be made void & deft at liberty to proceed at common law, while complt at liberty to prefer a new bill into this court
[281] Nicholas Bonde & others Thomas Hawtayne & others
[282] Stephen Ridge Peter Knight & others
[283] Anthony Palmer & others Christopher Dye
[284] Clement Bolte William Howse
[285] Robert Hardinge Alexander Heyley
[286] Richard Crosley Simon Storre Pauper.
[287] James Harrington Henry Dymocke
[288] William Sloughe John Bolte & others Ordered that for a final end to the cause, the deft to pay 40s to the complt, and the complt to provide a general acquittance for all matters in question 'from the beginning of the world', and further ordered that if the complt should attempt any further suit against the deft for this cause, then before it is heard the complt to pay 20 nobles for the defts costs
[289] Nicholas Lamadey Humphrey Foxall & Thomas Andrewes
[290] John Downer Richard Rose & John Wickham Attachment against Thomas Bisshopp for his attendance as a witness to be discharged as he is employed in Her Majesty's service
[291] Charles Morgan Francis Boovans Complt to enter bond in 20 marks to pay 20 nobles costs as per order of 9 May last
[292] Walter Pyne William Baseley & others
[293] Joakim Eighler & others Phillip Cursine
[294] William Redmar John Wilson & others
[295] Stephen Price & Anne his wife Anne Gostlett, widow
[296] Thomas Wigge Richard Bonyon & others Deft requires conference with two other defts Barnard Turney & Agnes Godfrey before he can make his answer
[297] John Burton Cadwallader Robertes & others
[298] James Pemberton Christopher Preston Mem: £52 10s paid to the complt as per order
[299] Mathew Grey & Jane his wife Rowland Eyre
[300] David George John Foxe
[301] Rice Sutton Francis Glandvile & Richard Glandvile
[302] William Gwercie Walter Pewes
[303] James Noble John Frenche Refs certificate sent in by Andrew Paschall the elder & William Ayliffe
[304] William Tirrey & others Thomas Gooche Refs certificate sent in by Thomas Joselin & Robert Raynsforde
[305] Richard Robbins & Giles Robbins Richard Dorney & Jevan Lloyde
[306] Mary Tynner & others John Vivian als Rozngga
[307] Anne Wilcox, widow Edward Wilcox Pauper.
[308] Thomas Harrison Edward Acheley Deft to be at liberty to proceed at common law, but to trial only.
[309] William Russell & others Peirce Witchalls & John Parris
[310] 16 June Anthony Draper & Jasper Lucas William Finckle Although order was given 15 June allowing the deft to proceed to trial at common law, court has been informed that complt has brought in the money required, therefore the injunction for stay of defts proceedings shall remain.
[311] 15 June Anthony Frisbie & others James Howson
[312] Christian Baylie, widow Nicholas Dunne & Margaret his wife Pauper. Defts to attend to speak in maintenance of their demurrer or else provide their answer
[313] Robert Leworthie & Mary his wife Stephen Braddon & others Pauper. Refs certificate sent in by Hugh Acklande & George Peard
[314] John Filbie & others William Seaman & others
[315] 17 June James Wingefeild Thomas Wheeler Deft has entered bond, therefore set free from his imprisonment
[316] 15 June Edmond Niccolson & Christian his wife, administratrix of Michael Brookes Thomas Knappe & others Deft Knappe to attend on 7th day of next term to enter bond with condition to answer the mean profits of the lands & tenements in question, to the use of the infant mentioned in the bill. And in the mean time the deft Knappe shall not do or suffer to be done any wilful waste or spoil upon the houses or lands in question
[317] 18 June Henry Archer Thomas Thomas Mem: 2 obligations of £150 & £27 mentioned in a decree of 13 June are paid to the complt.
[318] Robert Chamberleyn Stephen Woodforde Mem: £3 paid to the deft as per order
[319] 15 June William Bydawhile & Margaret his wife Lewes Lloyde & others
[320] William Leeche Frideswide Radley, widow & others
[321] Thomas Blenerhassett Thomas Sherewood & William Agar
[322] Phippe Amisham, clerk Myles Kedgell
[323] 15 June Robert Wrothe John Banckes & John Taylor (feoffees in trust of the lands mentioned in the complts bill)
[324] Charitie Leeche, widow Francis Jeffrey & others Defts answered at the beginning of this term, Complt has since married Charles Howarde, and they have exhibited a new bill. Ordered that, if there is new substance, then the defts to make answer again, otherwise the original answers to stand.
[325] James Kidwell & Johan his wife John Pope
[326] 18 June John Griffin John Iremonger Mem: £17, parcel of £19 mentioned in an order of 15 June, paid to the complt.
[327] Oliver Godfrey Richard Fayreman & Elizabeth his wife Mem: £20 paid to Richard Fayreman as per order
[328] Anthony Dowe John Jefferey als Sponer
[329] William Whitheade Thomas Vachell
[330] Thomas Kelke & Johan his wife Richard & John Balston
[331] 20 July Thomas Kery Francis Pyncke Mem: £8 10s paid to the complt as per order
[332] Thomas Clarke Lawrence Mitchell Pauper.
[333] William Domeright & Jeremy Domeright Richard Newe & Richard Heathe Pauper.
[334] Joell Barnarde Thomas Eustace
[335] William Howse & John Pereson John Hilwell
[336] John Swayne the elder & John Swayne the younger John Shobbrocke
[337] Christopher Manfeild & Mary his wife Lyon Lambe
[338] Robert Duglace Thomas Browne
[339] 23 June Thomas Alies John Morley
[340] Winifred Worley John Parker Mem: The first answer put into this court by the deft dated 18 Nov last is cancelled, made void, and delivered to the complt as per order.