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'''STAC 5/D1/2:'''
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====STAC 5/D1/2:====
 
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Interrs t.b.m.t. (to be ministered to) Henry Holton .............. defendts to the Bill of Willm Dent..
 
Interrs t.b.m.t. (to be ministered to) Henry Holton .............. defendts to the Bill of Willm Dent..
  
- farm house called Somertons Farm, Oxon
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*farm house called Somertons Farm, Oxon
 +
*"did not you .... offer great vyolence unto Gyles Churchill Edmond Kylby and Arthur James ..... keepinge possession thereof to the said Mr Dentons use ..."
  
- "did not you .... offer great vyolence unto Gyles Churchill Edmond Kylby and Arthur James ..... keepinge possession thereof to the said Mr Dentons use ..."
 
  
 
*STAC 5/D1/2 Henry Holton, of Kyddlington on the Green, Oxon, glover, aged 50, made his mark
 
*STAC 5/D1/2 Henry Holton, of Kyddlington on the Green, Oxon, glover, aged 50, made his mark
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'''STAC 5/D1/4:'''
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====STAC 5/D1/4:====
 
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15 Interrs t.b.m.t. Richard Woodall on behalf of Thomas Digbie, including:
 
15 Interrs t.b.m.t. Richard Woodall on behalf of Thomas Digbie, including:
  
- " ... did you demise unto Thomas Wooddall your son ...." term of years of the site & closes of the demesne lands of Middleton & the "Tenne pound Closse" in the county of Bucks
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*" ... did you demise unto Thomas Wooddall your son ...." term of years of the site & closes of the demesne lands of Middleton & the "Tenne pound Closse" in the county of Bucks
 
+
*do you know one Thomas Digbie of Rutland
- do you know one Thomas Digbie of Rutland
+
*did you sell the lease to Thomas Digbie
 
+
*did you mortgage the same lease to Richard Bromley
- did you sell the lease to Thomas Digbie  
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*were your goods & chattles extended for debt about 3 years past, and did you absent yourself for debt & fear of arrest
 
+
*do you know William Sills of Craynefield, Beds, and did he make an antedated conveyance or lease to your son of the manor of Middleton or the ten pound close
- did you mortgage the same lease to Richard Bromley
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*do you owe money to the foresaid Digbie for the bargain of the lease of Middleton and for cattle sold to you, and have you paid any of theat money since you came into prison  
 
+
- were your goods & chattles extended for debt about 3 years past, and did you absent yourself for debt & fear of arrest
+
 
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- do you know William Sills of Craynefield, Beds, and did he make an antedated conveyance or lease to your son of the manor of Middleton or the ten pound close
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- do you owe money to the foresaid Digbie for the bargain of the lease of Middleton and for cattle sold to you, and have you paid any of theat money since you came into prison  
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'''STAC 5/D1/5:'''
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====STAC 5/D1/5:====
 
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Interrs tbmt ......... one of the defts at the suit of Richard Dagg and others Complts, and
 
Interrs tbmt ......... one of the defts at the suit of Richard Dagg and others Complts, and
  
 
Interrs tbmt Digorye Cane, William Cane & Edward Harper at the suit of Richard Dagg and others Complts, including:
 
Interrs tbmt Digorye Cane, William Cane & Edward Harper at the suit of Richard Dagg and others Complts, including:
  
- were you at the assizes at Lanceston, Cornwall
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*were you at the assizes at Lanceston, Cornwall
 +
*refs to trespass being tried at the assizes, between the complts and William Cane for a trespass in a close called Overhill within the parish of St Kewe, Cornwall
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*refs to a lease made by Peter Trebye & his wife to ?Jane? Trehane, Thomas Trehane & Peter Trehane
  
- refs to trespass being tried at the assizes, between the complts and William Cane for a trespass in a close called Overhill within the parish of St Kewe, Cornwall
 
 
- refs to a lease made by Peter Trebye & his wife to ?Jane? Trehane, Thomas Trehane & Peter Trehane
 
  
 
3 July 40 Eliz.
 
3 July 40 Eliz.
 
 
*STAC 5/D1/5 Eppye Addam, of St Kewe, Cornwall, carpenter, aged 43, made his mark
 
*STAC 5/D1/5 Eppye Addam, of St Kewe, Cornwall, carpenter, aged 43, made his mark
 
*STAC 5/D1/5 William Cane, of St C...., Cornwall, ?gent?, aged 34, signed
 
*STAC 5/D1/5 William Cane, of St C...., Cornwall, ?gent?, aged 34, signed
 
*STAC 5/D1/5 Edward Harper, of St Kewe, Cornwall, husbandman, aged 65, made his mark
 
*STAC 5/D1/5 Edward Harper, of St Kewe, Cornwall, husbandman, aged 65, made his mark
  
'''STAC 5/D1/6:'''
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 +
====STAC 5/D1/6:====
  
 
Interrs tbmt to John & George Pattendon, Thomas Croppe, Richard Cole, Stephen Pyende, Arthur Francis & Thomas Crowherst on behalf of .... Delahaye plt
 
Interrs tbmt to John & George Pattendon, Thomas Croppe, Richard Cole, Stephen Pyende, Arthur Francis & Thomas Crowherst on behalf of .... Delahaye plt
  
- Refs breaking into the complts house at Westburyes in the parish of Watringe ...., Kent
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*Refs breaking into the complts house at Westburyes in the parish of Watringe ...., Kent
 
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*did you hire Stephan Norman & Thomas Webbe of Yaldinge to come to aid John Pattenden to gain possession of the said house
- did you hire Stephan Norman & Thomas Webbe of Yaldinge to come to aid John Pattenden to gain possession of the said house
+
*refs to another Star Chamber suit of the present complt, querying whether Thomas Crowhurst's master, Roger Twisden, was wrongly included as a deft instead of William Sydelye a Justice of Peace of Kent.
 
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*ref to involvement of servants of Sir John Scott of Nettells...., Kent
- refs to another Star Chamber suit of the present complt, querying whether Thomas Crowhurst's master, Roger Twisden, was wrongly included as a deft instead of William Sydelye a Justice of Peace of Kent.
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- ref to involvement of servants of Sir John Scott of Nettells...., Kent
 
  
 
*STAC 5/D1/6 George Pattenden, of Clifford's Inn, Middx, gent, no age, signed
 
*STAC 5/D1/6 George Pattenden, of Clifford's Inn, Middx, gent, no age, signed
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*STAC 5/D1/6 Thomas Croppe, of Watringebury, Kent, gent, no age, signed
 
*STAC 5/D1/6 Thomas Croppe, of Watringebury, Kent, gent, no age, signed
  
'''STAC 5/D1/9:'''
 
  
22 Interrs tbmt Richard Southwell deft on behalf of John Delaber complt
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====STAC 5/D1/9:====
  
- staying of Delaber's suit in Court of Wards
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22 Interrs tbmt Richard Southwell deft on behalf of John Delaber complt
 +
*staying of Delaber's suit in Court of Wards
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*ref to sale of trees on part of lands in 'Herforde'shire (Herefs?) in controversy between Delaber & Lister
  
- ref to sale of trees on part of lands in 'Herforde'shire (Herefs?) in controversy between Delaber & Lister
 
  
 
*STAC 5/D1/9 Richard Sowthwell, of St Fayther, Norfolk, Esq, no age, signed
 
*STAC 5/D1/9 Richard Sowthwell, of St Fayther, Norfolk, Esq, no age, signed
  
'''STAC 5/D1/10'''
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 +
====STAC 5/D1/10====
  
 
18 Interrs tbmt Robert Haude one of the defts on behalf of Robert Dewing complt
 
18 Interrs tbmt Robert Haude one of the defts on behalf of Robert Dewing complt
 +
*refs Thomas Dyn another deft
 +
*queries whether the deponent is a petty chapman, and whether his weights have been found to be faulty, with different weights used for buying and selling
 +
*was the complt bound unto Margaret Corye, wife of William Corey, and did you buy the debt from her
 +
*did you and John Allen depose at the Norfolk assizes at a trial between Margaret Corey & Robert Dewing
  
- refs Thomas Dyn another deft
 
 
- queries whether the deponent is a petty chapman, and whether his weights have been found to be faulty, with different weights used for buying and selling
 
 
- was the complt bound unto Margaret Corye, wife of William Corey, and did you buy the debt from her
 
 
- did you and John Allen depose at the Norfolk assizes at a trial between Margaret Corey & Robert Dewing
 
  
 
30 July 40 Eliz:
 
30 July 40 Eliz:
 
 
*STAC 5/D1/10 Robert Haude, of ?Hackford?, Norfolk, tallow chandler, aged 45, possibly signed
 
*STAC 5/D1/10 Robert Haude, of ?Hackford?, Norfolk, tallow chandler, aged 45, possibly signed
  
'''STAC 5/D1/14'''
 
  
Interr ministered by Phillip David plt for the examination of this witness against Lamentacon Chapman deft
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====STAC 5/D1/14:====
  
- "Doe yow know, or have yow heard, that one Ellen Nicholas sometymes a mayd servant unto the deft is now an excommunicate person, and how long hath she remayned so, and for what cause was she excommunicated, And yow the said Ellen declare upon your othe whither yow be excommunicated, or not, at whose suite, and for what matter, and how long have yow so remayned" signatures of Thomas ?Phes? & John Owen
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Interr ministered by Phillip David plt for the examination of this witness against Lamentacon Chapman deft
 +
*"Doe yow know, or have yow heard, that one Ellen Nicholas sometymes a mayd servant unto the deft is now an excommunicate person, and how long hath she remayned so, and for what cause was she excommunicated, And yow the said Ellen declare upon your othe whither yow be excommunicated, or not, at whose suite, and for what matter, and how long have yow so remayned" signatures of Thomas ?Phes? & John Owen
  
 
Interrs ministered by Lamentation Chapman deft
 
Interrs ministered by Lamentation Chapman deft
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*ref the insertion of words into a lease held by the deft & his wife Margaret by John Morgan & his cousin Harry Johnes
  
- ref the insertion of words into a lease held by the deft & his wife Margaret by John Morgan & his cousin Harry Johnes
 
  
 
*STAC 5/D1/14 Ellen Nicholas, of Llanyhangell/Llanvihangell Abercowyn, Carmarthenshire, spinster, aged 22, no mark (deposes twice)
 
*STAC 5/D1/14 Ellen Nicholas, of Llanyhangell/Llanvihangell Abercowyn, Carmarthenshire, spinster, aged 22, no mark (deposes twice)
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*STAC 5/D1/14 Morice David Dew, of Llanvihangell Abercowen, Carmarthenshire, no occ., aged 50, no mark
 
*STAC 5/D1/14 Morice David Dew, of Llanvihangell Abercowen, Carmarthenshire, no occ., aged 50, no mark
  
'''STAC 5/D1/23'''
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 +
====STAC 5/D1/23:====
  
 
16 June 1600
 
16 June 1600
  
 
Interrs tbmt Thomas Woodford deft to complaint of Thomas Dangerfeild
 
Interrs tbmt Thomas Woodford deft to complaint of Thomas Dangerfeild
 +
*did your father Gamaliel Woodford bring a case of trespass at Kings Bench against Thomas Dangerfeild supposing that he was possessed of 22 packets of silke ?Cipers? which he lost, and which the said TD found & converted to his own use
 +
*did you at any time sell or deliver 19 packets of silke Cipers to the said TD
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*were you a witness at the said trial
  
- did your father Gamaliel Woodford bring a case of trespass at Kings Bench against Thomas Dangerfeild supposing that he was possessed of 22 packets of silke ?Cipers? which he lost, and which the said TD found & converted to his own use
 
  
- did you at any time sell or deliver 19 packets of silke Cipers to the said TD
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*STAC 5/D1/23 Thomas Woodford, of London, grocer, no age, signed
  
- were you a witness at the said trial
 
  
*STAC 5/D1/23 Thomas Woodford, of London, grocer, no age, signed
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====STAC 5/D4/26:====
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 +
Interrs tbmt Erasmus Niccolls, Thomas Niccolls, Phillipp Niccols & Thomas Grene defts at the suit of George Dawtrye
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*Assault upon the complt & his servants at Bramforde, Suffolk while making a ditch on the edge of an acre of land
 +
*Interference with a jury at Ipswich Assizes hearing the case of riot & forcible entry
 +
 
 +
 
 +
23 May 27 Eliz:
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*STAC 5/D4/26 Erasmus Nicolls, of Bramford, Suffolk, gent, no age, signed
 +
*STAC 5/D4/26 Philip Nicolls, of Bramford, Suffolk, gent,no age, signed
 +
*STAC 5/D4/26 Thomas Grene, of Bramford, Suffolk, labourer, no age, no mark
 +
*STAC 5/D4/26 Thomas Nicolls, of Bramford, Suffolk, gent, no age, signed
 +
 
 +
 
 +
====STAC 5/D4/27:====
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 +
23 June 20 Eliz:
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*STAC 5/D4/27 Sir Henry Knevett, of Charleton, Wilts, knight, no age, signed
 +
 
 +
25 June 1578:
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*STAC 5/D4/27 Sir Edward Baynton, of Bromh[a]m, Wilts, knight, no age, signed
 +
 
 +
19 June 20 Eliz:
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*STAC 5/D4/27 Alexander Staples, of Marlebrough, Wilts, gent, no age, signed
 +
*STAC 5/D4/27 Nicholas Prater, of ?La...?, Wilts, gent, no age, signed
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 +
 
 +
====STAC 5/D4/29:====
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 +
Interrs tbm on behalf of Lyonell Duckett complt against Robert Baker deft
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*Do you know one Robert Baker late apprentice to Lyonell Duckett, alderman of the City of London
 +
*Attempt to abduct Angell Duckett, daughter of the complt, on Hounslow Heath
 +
 
 +
 
 +
15 June 11 Eliz:
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*STAC 5/D4/29 Richard Hollyman, of St Michael in Bassingshall Ward, mercer, aged 38, signed
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*STAC 5/D4/29 Joyes Jackeson wife to John Jackeson, of ?London?, haberdasher, aged 50, probable mark
 +
*STAC 5/D4/29 John Jackeson, of St Peter in the .... London, ...., aged 50, signed
 +
*STAC 5/D4/29 Hughe Baskervile servant to Mr Alderman Duckett, aged 28, signed
 +
*STAC 5/D4/29 Jane Duckett wife of the complt, aged 40, no mark
 +
*STAC 5/D4/29 Angell Maynarde wife to William Maynarde, aged 19, made her mark
 +
*STAC 5/D4/29 Henry ?Lewes?, of the Bassingshall in London, taylor, aged 24, made his mark
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 +
 
 +
====STAC 5/D4/30:====
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Interrs tbm on behalf of John Dorney, gent, complt unto Thomas Cook deft
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*Was not the said Dorney one of the sheriff's of the City of Gloucester at the time when John Showen was arrested following a suit brought against him at Kings Bench by the Mayor & burgesses of Gloucester
 +
 
 +
 
 +
4 December 3? Eliz:
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*STAC 5/D4/30 Thomas Cooke, of Ma... in the County of the City of Gloucester, yeoman, no age, made his mark

Revision as of 16:14, 10 November 2018


Contents

STAC 5/D1/2:

Interrs t.b.m.t. (to be ministered to) Henry Holton .............. defendts to the Bill of Willm Dent..

  • farm house called Somertons Farm, Oxon
  • "did not you .... offer great vyolence unto Gyles Churchill Edmond Kylby and Arthur James ..... keepinge possession thereof to the said Mr Dentons use ..."


  • STAC 5/D1/2 Henry Holton, of Kyddlington on the Green, Oxon, glover, aged 50, made his mark
  • STAC 5/D1/2 Christopher Hix, of Wolvercote, Oxon, husbandman, aged 33, made his mark


STAC 5/D1/4:

15 Interrs t.b.m.t. Richard Woodall on behalf of Thomas Digbie, including:

  • " ... did you demise unto Thomas Wooddall your son ...." term of years of the site & closes of the demesne lands of Middleton & the "Tenne pound Closse" in the county of Bucks
  • do you know one Thomas Digbie of Rutland
  • did you sell the lease to Thomas Digbie
  • did you mortgage the same lease to Richard Bromley
  • were your goods & chattles extended for debt about 3 years past, and did you absent yourself for debt & fear of arrest
  • do you know William Sills of Craynefield, Beds, and did he make an antedated conveyance or lease to your son of the manor of Middleton or the ten pound close
  • do you owe money to the foresaid Digbie for the bargain of the lease of Middleton and for cattle sold to you, and have you paid any of theat money since you came into prison


  • STAC 5/D1/4 Richard Bromley, of St Nicholas Shambles in Christs Church parish, London, butcher, aged 50, made his mark


STAC 5/D1/5:

Interrs tbmt ......... one of the defts at the suit of Richard Dagg and others Complts, and

Interrs tbmt Digorye Cane, William Cane & Edward Harper at the suit of Richard Dagg and others Complts, including:

  • were you at the assizes at Lanceston, Cornwall
  • refs to trespass being tried at the assizes, between the complts and William Cane for a trespass in a close called Overhill within the parish of St Kewe, Cornwall
  • refs to a lease made by Peter Trebye & his wife to ?Jane? Trehane, Thomas Trehane & Peter Trehane


3 July 40 Eliz.

  • STAC 5/D1/5 Eppye Addam, of St Kewe, Cornwall, carpenter, aged 43, made his mark
  • STAC 5/D1/5 William Cane, of St C...., Cornwall, ?gent?, aged 34, signed
  • STAC 5/D1/5 Edward Harper, of St Kewe, Cornwall, husbandman, aged 65, made his mark


STAC 5/D1/6:

Interrs tbmt to John & George Pattendon, Thomas Croppe, Richard Cole, Stephen Pyende, Arthur Francis & Thomas Crowherst on behalf of .... Delahaye plt

  • Refs breaking into the complts house at Westburyes in the parish of Watringe ...., Kent
  • did you hire Stephan Norman & Thomas Webbe of Yaldinge to come to aid John Pattenden to gain possession of the said house
  • refs to another Star Chamber suit of the present complt, querying whether Thomas Crowhurst's master, Roger Twisden, was wrongly included as a deft instead of William Sydelye a Justice of Peace of Kent.
  • ref to involvement of servants of Sir John Scott of Nettells...., Kent


  • STAC 5/D1/6 George Pattenden, of Clifford's Inn, Middx, gent, no age, signed
  • STAC 5/D1/6 Richard Cole, of Watringeburie, Kent, husbandman, no age, probable mark
  • STAC 5/D1/6 John Pattenden, of Wattringeburie, Kent, gent, no age, probable mark
  • STAC 5/D1/6 Arthur Franncis, of Yaldeinge, Kent, gent, no age, signed
  • STAC 5/D1/6 Thomas Crowehurste, of Watringeburie, Kent, yeoman, no age, probable mark
  • STAC 5/D1/6 Steven Pyne, of Watringburie, Kent, millard, no age, signed
  • STAC 5/D1/6 Thomas Croppe, of Watringebury, Kent, gent, no age, signed


STAC 5/D1/9:

22 Interrs tbmt Richard Southwell deft on behalf of John Delaber complt

  • staying of Delaber's suit in Court of Wards
  • ref to sale of trees on part of lands in 'Herforde'shire (Herefs?) in controversy between Delaber & Lister


  • STAC 5/D1/9 Richard Sowthwell, of St Fayther, Norfolk, Esq, no age, signed


STAC 5/D1/10

18 Interrs tbmt Robert Haude one of the defts on behalf of Robert Dewing complt

  • refs Thomas Dyn another deft
  • queries whether the deponent is a petty chapman, and whether his weights have been found to be faulty, with different weights used for buying and selling
  • was the complt bound unto Margaret Corye, wife of William Corey, and did you buy the debt from her
  • did you and John Allen depose at the Norfolk assizes at a trial between Margaret Corey & Robert Dewing


30 July 40 Eliz:

  • STAC 5/D1/10 Robert Haude, of ?Hackford?, Norfolk, tallow chandler, aged 45, possibly signed


STAC 5/D1/14:

Interr ministered by Phillip David plt for the examination of this witness against Lamentacon Chapman deft

  • "Doe yow know, or have yow heard, that one Ellen Nicholas sometymes a mayd servant unto the deft is now an excommunicate person, and how long hath she remayned so, and for what cause was she excommunicated, And yow the said Ellen declare upon your othe whither yow be excommunicated, or not, at whose suite, and for what matter, and how long have yow so remayned" signatures of Thomas ?Phes? & John Owen

Interrs ministered by Lamentation Chapman deft

  • ref the insertion of words into a lease held by the deft & his wife Margaret by John Morgan & his cousin Harry Johnes


  • STAC 5/D1/14 Ellen Nicholas, of Llanyhangell/Llanvihangell Abercowyn, Carmarthenshire, spinster, aged 22, no mark (deposes twice)
  • STAC 5/D1/14 Phellip David, of Llanyhangell Abercowyn, Carmarthenshire, yeoman, aged 60, no mark
  • STAC 5/D1/14 Evan Phe David, of Llanvihanglle Abercowen, Carmarthenshire, no occ., aged 60, no mark
  • STAC 5/D1/14 Owen Phellip, Llanvihangell Abercowen, Carmarthenshire, no occ., aged 60, no mark
  • STAC 5/D1/14 John ap Holl ap Jenn, Llanvihangell Abercowen, Carmarthenshire, yeoman, aged 66, no mark
  • STAC 5/D1/14 Morice David Dew, of Llanvihangell Abercowen, Carmarthenshire, no occ., aged 50, no mark


STAC 5/D1/23:

16 June 1600

Interrs tbmt Thomas Woodford deft to complaint of Thomas Dangerfeild

  • did your father Gamaliel Woodford bring a case of trespass at Kings Bench against Thomas Dangerfeild supposing that he was possessed of 22 packets of silke ?Cipers? which he lost, and which the said TD found & converted to his own use
  • did you at any time sell or deliver 19 packets of silke Cipers to the said TD
  • were you a witness at the said trial


  • STAC 5/D1/23 Thomas Woodford, of London, grocer, no age, signed


STAC 5/D4/26:

Interrs tbmt Erasmus Niccolls, Thomas Niccolls, Phillipp Niccols & Thomas Grene defts at the suit of George Dawtrye

  • Assault upon the complt & his servants at Bramforde, Suffolk while making a ditch on the edge of an acre of land
  • Interference with a jury at Ipswich Assizes hearing the case of riot & forcible entry


23 May 27 Eliz:

  • STAC 5/D4/26 Erasmus Nicolls, of Bramford, Suffolk, gent, no age, signed
  • STAC 5/D4/26 Philip Nicolls, of Bramford, Suffolk, gent,no age, signed
  • STAC 5/D4/26 Thomas Grene, of Bramford, Suffolk, labourer, no age, no mark
  • STAC 5/D4/26 Thomas Nicolls, of Bramford, Suffolk, gent, no age, signed


STAC 5/D4/27:

23 June 20 Eliz:

  • STAC 5/D4/27 Sir Henry Knevett, of Charleton, Wilts, knight, no age, signed

25 June 1578:

  • STAC 5/D4/27 Sir Edward Baynton, of Bromh[a]m, Wilts, knight, no age, signed

19 June 20 Eliz:

  • STAC 5/D4/27 Alexander Staples, of Marlebrough, Wilts, gent, no age, signed
  • STAC 5/D4/27 Nicholas Prater, of ?La...?, Wilts, gent, no age, signed


STAC 5/D4/29:

Interrs tbm on behalf of Lyonell Duckett complt against Robert Baker deft

  • Do you know one Robert Baker late apprentice to Lyonell Duckett, alderman of the City of London
  • Attempt to abduct Angell Duckett, daughter of the complt, on Hounslow Heath


15 June 11 Eliz:

  • STAC 5/D4/29 Richard Hollyman, of St Michael in Bassingshall Ward, mercer, aged 38, signed
  • STAC 5/D4/29 Joyes Jackeson wife to John Jackeson, of ?London?, haberdasher, aged 50, probable mark
  • STAC 5/D4/29 John Jackeson, of St Peter in the .... London, ...., aged 50, signed
  • STAC 5/D4/29 Hughe Baskervile servant to Mr Alderman Duckett, aged 28, signed
  • STAC 5/D4/29 Jane Duckett wife of the complt, aged 40, no mark
  • STAC 5/D4/29 Angell Maynarde wife to William Maynarde, aged 19, made her mark
  • STAC 5/D4/29 Henry ?Lewes?, of the Bassingshall in London, taylor, aged 24, made his mark


STAC 5/D4/30:

Interrs tbm on behalf of John Dorney, gent, complt unto Thomas Cook deft

  • Was not the said Dorney one of the sheriff's of the City of Gloucester at the time when John Showen was arrested following a suit brought against him at Kings Bench by the Mayor & burgesses of Gloucester


4 December 3? Eliz:

  • STAC 5/D4/30 Thomas Cooke, of Ma... in the County of the City of Gloucester, yeoman, no age, made his mark