STAC Lumley

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B Bill of Complaint Dr Demurrer A Answer Rn Replication Rr Rejoinder C Commission I Interrogatories D Deposition

Lord Lumley, John

  • STAC 5/L44/38 - B A Rn Rr I D - 8 Eliz - John Lord Lumley v David ap Owen, Meredith ap Richard et al
  • STAC 5/L26/12 - I D - 8 Eliz - Lord Lumley v Morrys ap Meredith, David ap Owen et al

Lord Lumley, John

  • STAC 5/L7/15 - I D - 11 Eliz - Lord Lumley v Richard Lloid, Richard Loid alias Brackman et al
  • STAC 5/L48/15 - Rn - - John Lord Lumley v Richard Coyd, Robert Lloyd et al
  • STAC 5/L41/4 - B A - - John Lord Lumley v Richard Lloid, Thomas ap John

Lord Lumley, John

  • STAC 5/L42/36 - B A Rn C I D - 15 Eliz - Northumberland - John Lord Lumley v John Lawson, Richard Fenwick

Lord Lumley, John

  • STAC 5/L16/26 - I D - 29 Eliz - John Lord Lumley v Clement Dorrell, Thomas Foster et al
  • STAC 5/L22/18 - A - 35 Eliz - John Lord Lomley v William Leaffe et al
  • STAC 5/L32/23 - Rn - 35 Eliz - John Lord Lumley v John Forster, Thomas Clifford
  • STAC 5/L28/24 - I D - 34 Eliz - John Lord Lumley v John Foster, Thomas Clyfford alias Clotheir

Lord Lumley, John

  • STAC 5/L3/16 - B A - Easter 41 Eliz - John Lord Lumley v George Upcott, John Dearing, Henry Shelley, Mark A Pytte
  • STAC 5/L36/20 - I D - 41 Eliz - John Lord Lumley v George Upcotte, Marke Apitte

Lord Lumley, John

  • STAC 5/L25/5 - B - 44 Eliz - John Lord Lumley v Richard Stannye, John Standen et al

Lumley, Henry

  • STAC 5/L13/32 - B A - 41 Eliz - Henry Lumley alias Morse v Jeffrey Pyckford, William Pewe et al

Notes, Additions and Corrections

  • Case Book BL Harley MS 2143 fo. 12v. See the Lord Lumley and the Earl of Southampton for the like (for his contempt in receiving, succoring, and entertaining of Jesuits and seminaries) (kk)
  • Case Book BL Harley MS 2143 fo. 28r. A prisoner in the Tower for treason by Her Majesty’s mercy punished by fine by the Lords of the Council. The Lord Lumley being prisoner was called by special commandment of Her Majesty before the lords of the Privy Council in the inner Star Chamber where he was charged that he advised the Duke of Norfolk to take and keep the Tower against the Queen and for having secret conference with one Ridolfi, a traitor escaped beyond the seas, and receiving letters from him; which he acknowledging and promising to become a loyal subject, the Queen was pleased in clemency to deal with him thus favourably, and not to arraign him for treason as she might and so fined him at £1000 and restrained to his house. Easter 15 Elizabeth (kk)