STAC co Carmarthen

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Carmarthen

NOTA BENE - These case names are approximate and very likely to be changed.

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

A

Almoner v Griffith

  • STAC 5/A16/33 - B Dr - 39 Eliz - Carmarthen - Almoner v Philip John Griffith, Henry Lloyd et al
    • Edwards: Anthony bishop of Chichester almoner v Rhilip John Griffith, Henry Lloyd coroner of Llanboidy, et al. Wrongful detaining of the possessions of John Philip Jenkin, of Llanboidy, felo de se.
    • see also STAC Griffith

Almoner v Lewis

  • STAC 5/A1/13 - B - 9 Eliz - Carmarthen - Almoner v Thomas Lewis.
    • Parish of Abburgwyllye co Carmarthen - STAC 5/A1/13
    • Edwards: Edmund bishop of Rochester almoner v Thomas Lewis. Thr refusal of the executors to pay a legacy of £4 left by Ellen verch David, daughter of Rice ap Gwalter Vaughan, of the parish of Abergwyllyn (Abergwili).
    • see also STAC Lewis

AG v Jones

  • STAC 5/A30/18 - B A C I D - 41 Eliz - Carmarthen - AG v Sir Thomas Jones, Thomas Powell, Lewis Howell et al
  • STAC 5/A26/8 - C I D - 42 Eliz - Carmarthen - AG v Sir Thomas Jones, Thomas Powell et al
  • STAC 5/A29/9 - I D - 40 Eliz - Carmarthen - AG v Sir Thomas Johnes et al
  • STAC 5/A29/21 - I D - 41 Eliz - Carmarthen - AG v Sir Thomas Jones
  • STAC 5/A30/30 - C I D - 41 Eliz - Carmarthen - AG v Sir Thomas Jones et al
  • STAC 5/A44/28 - I D - 42 Eliz - Carmarthen - AG v Sir Thomas Jones et al
  • STAC 5/A54/38 - Rr - 41 Eliz - Carmarthen - AG v Sir Thomas Jones, Morgan Jones
    • Edwards: Attorney General Edward Coke v Sir Thomas Jones knight, Thomas Powell, Lewis Howell, et al. Misdemeanours of the defendants as deputy-lieutenants, JPs etc. (Ref B33/17, J6/7 vide ‘les Reportes del Cases in Camera Stellata pp 115-117, for an account of the first part of the proceedings)
  • STAC 7/17/45 - - - Carmarthen - AG v Thomas Jones et al
  • STAC 5/A27/14 - B - 40 Eliz - Carmarthen - AG v Sir Thomas Johnes, Thomas Powell et al. Report STAC 5/A27/14r
  • STAC 5/A22/16 - Rn - 41 Eliz - Carmarthen - AG v Sir Thomas Jones, Morgan Jones et al
    • Edwards lists STAC 5/ A30/18 twice, the second time as just a Replication. STAC 7/17/45, STAC 5/A27/14 STAC 5/A22/16 are not in Edwards.
    • see also STAC Jones

Avery v Payne

  • STAC 5/A3/21 - B - 32 Eliz - Carmarthen - Robert Avery v John Piddeley, James How, Edward Payne et al
  • STAC 5/A52/39 - A - 32 Eliz - Carmarthen - Robert Avery v Edward Payne et al
    • Very short Answer of Edward Payne one of the defendants - STAC 5/A52/39
  • STAC 5/A12/23 - Rn - - Carmarthen - Robert Avery v Edward Payne et al
  • STAC 5/A31/28 - I D - 32 Eliz - Carmarthen - Robert Averye v Robert Paine, James Rogers

B

Bedo v David

  • STAC 5/B24/19 - B A C - 24 Eliz - Carmarthen - David Bedoe v Howell David, Owen David et al
  • STAC 5/B110/16 - I D - 23 Eliz - Carmarthen - David Bedo v Powell David, Rothery ap Philip Hoell
    • Edwards: David Bedo of Llandebie v Howell David, Owen David et al. Unlawful assemblies, assaults and forcible entries upon meadows, wood and pasture at Llandebie.
  • STAC 5/B36/23 - A Rn - 24 Eliz - Carmarthen - David Bedo v John ap Howell
  • STAC 5/B55/10 - I D - 28 Eliz - Carmarthen - David Bedo v John ap Howell
    • STAC 5/B36/23, STAC 5/B55/10 are not in Edwards.
    • see also STAC Bedow

Boddy v Penry

  • STAC 5/B33/17 - B - 43 Eliz - Carmarthen - John David Bodie v John ap John Gwin Penry, Thomas Harry Morgan, Reis ap Howel et al
    • Assault on complainant in an attempt to prevent Thomas Harry Morgan from being pressed for service in the war in Ireland.(dk)
    • Edwards: John David Bedo v John ap John, Gwyn Penry, Henry Morgan, Rees ap Howell, et al. Assault upon a petty constable and hindering him in the performance of his duty of bringing a man to the musters for Ireland upon the orders of Sir John Thomas Jones, deputy-lieutenant.
    • Edwards also lists STAC 5/J6/7 and STAC 5/A30/18 which are both for other cases and listed by him elsewhere.
    • see also STAC Body

Bedo v Thomas

  • STAC 5/R3/32 - B A - William Bedo, John Powell v Thomas David, Thomas Griffith.
  • STAC 5/R3/32 - B A - Hil 43 Eliz - - Powels Rede Sr, Powels Rede Jr v Thomas David, Thomas Griffith see STAC Read
  • STAC 7/10/50 - - - Carmarthen - William Bedse, John Powell v David Thomas
    • TNA Note: Mydrim: Tithe of Maner Tregoz - STAC 7/10/50
    • Edwards says STAC 5/R3/32 is William Bedo, John Powell v Thomas David, Thomas Griffith. Corrupt proceedings to secure possession of land in Mydrim before sealing a bond delivering title thereto.
    • see also STAC Bedow

Banister v Parrott

  • STAC 5/B54/20 - B A Rn Rr I D - 4 Eliz - Carmarthen - Edward Bannister v Sir John Parrott, William Phillips
  • STAC 5/B59/25 - I D - 4 Eliz - Carmarthen - Edward Bannester v John Parratt
    • Fine paid 13 November 1562 From Extracts in E159/344 Michaelmas Term, 4-5 Elizabeth. From William Philipps, servant of John Parrott, knight, for his fine for riot: £5. From Peter Dawkyns, servant of said John Parrott for his fine: £5. From Henry Palmer, servant of John Parrott, for his fine: £5. From Lewis Cole, servant of John Parrot for his fine for riot: £5. From Watkyn Cole de Langherne, Carmarthen, yeoman, for his fine for riot: £5. These fines are for the riot in the matter between Banester, plaintiff, and the aforenamed Sir John with the persons aforenamed, defendants.
    • Not in Edwards
    • see also STAC Bannister

C

Craven v Williams

  • STAC 5/C2/29 - B A - 40/41 Eliz - Carmarthen - Robert Craven v David Philip ap Owen alias David Williams, William Morgan, David Williams Jones, David Lewes, Francis Elleder et al
    • Robert Craven of Boltham Lincolnshire - STAC 5/C2/29
  • STAC 5/C70/32 - I D - 40 Eliz - Carmarthen - Robert Craven v David Williams, William Morgan et al
    • Edwards: Robert Craven now of Boltham, Lincolnshire but late of Llanelly yeoman v David Philip Owen alias David William of Llanelly, William Morgan constable of Llanelly, David William Jones, David Lewis, Francis Elidir, et al, all Welshmen. Assault upon the complainant and his wife because they, being English folk, took a farm at Llanelly; illegal imprisonment in the stocks at Llanelly by the constable.
    • see also STAC Craven

D

Daunce v Lloyd

  • STAC 5/D25/20 - B A - 37 Eliz - Carmarthen - Edward Daunce v Hugh Lloyd, Richard Powell, John ap Robert, Robert William
    • Edwards: Edward Dounce of Llandilo v Hugh Lloyd clerk, Richard Powell, John ap Robert, Robert William of Llanstephan. Disputed enclosures at Y Killey, Llandilo. Publishing libels, infamous letters and verses.
  • STAC 5/D13/11 - Rn - 37 Eliz - Carmarthen - Edward Dauncey v Hugh Loid

Donne v Lloyd

  • STAC 5/D23/11 - B - - Carmarthen - Griffithe Donne v Thomas Lloyd, Rice LLoid, John ap Edward
  • STAC 5/D28/29 - B A - 24 Eliz - Carmarthen - Griffith Donne v Thomas Lloyd, Rice Lloyd, John ap Edward
  • STAC 5/D13/18 - I D - 24 Eliz - Carmarthen - Griffith Donne v Rees Loid, Thomas Loid et al
  • STAC 5/D39/32 - I D - 24 Eliz - Carmarthen - Griffith Don v Rice Lloyd
    • Edwards: Griffith Donne of Carew gentleman v Thomas Lloyd of Llanstephan JP. Richard Lloyd and John ap Edward his servants. False sureties in an action for debt before Common Pleas; perjury therein.
    • see also STAC Donne

Donne v Morgan

  • STAC 5/D1/3 - B Dr - 39 Eliz - Carmarthen - Sage Donn v William Morgan et uxor, Thomas Donn, Lewis Phillip Knight, Anthony David, Phillip Charles Phillip
  • STAC 5/D38/27 - Rn - 39 Eliz - Carmarthen - Sage Dunne v Philip David, William Morgan et al
    • Edwards: Sage Donne v William Morgan et uxor, Thomas Donn, Lewis Philip, Anthony David, Philip David Philip. Assault at Green Castle; stealing deeds.
    • see also STAC Donne

David v Chapman

  • STAC 5/D1/14 - B A Rn Rr C I D P - 33 Eliz - Carmarthen - Philip David v Lamentation Chapman et uxor
    • Deponents: Ellen Nicholas, of Llanyhangell/Llanvihangell Abercowyn, Carmarthenshire, spinster, aged 22, (deposes twice). Phellip David, of Llanyhangell Abercowyn, Carmarthenshire, yeoman, aged 60. Evan Phe David, of Llanvihanglle Abercowen, Carmarthenshire, aged 60. Owen Phellip, Llanvihangell Abercowen, Carmarthenshire, aged 60. John ap Holl ap Jenn, Llanvihangell Abercowen, Carmarthenshire, yeoman, aged 66. Morice David Dew, of Llanvihangell Abercowen, Carmarthenshire, aged 50. (dk) - STAC 5/D1/14
  • STAC 5/D27/5 - I D - 33 Eliz - Carmarthen - Philip David, Phillip v Lamentation Chapman, Margaret Chapman uxor

Davis v Read

  • STAC 5/D16/18 - B - 36 Eliz - Carmarthen - Thomas Davyes v James Read, William Luellin et al
    • Complt of Egleskimyn, Carmarthen. Forcible entry into 20 acres in Egleskimyn.(dk)
    • This case is not in Edwards
    • see also STAC Davis

Drowte v Woolf

  • STAC 5/D25/33 - B A R C I D - 29 Eliz - Carmarthen - William Drowte v John Morgan Wolf et uxor, David ap Owen et al
  • STAC 5/D5/13 - C I D - 21 Eliz - Carmarthen - William Drowte v John Morgan Wolfe et uxor et al
    • Deposition 30 June 40 Eliz: James Kydder, of Wodstock, Oxon, gent, aged 37. (dk) - STAC 5/D5/13
  • STAC 5/D37/23 - I D - 28 Eliz - Carmarthen - William Droute v John Morgan Wolfe
  • STAC 5/D24/38 - I D - 29 Eliz - Carmarthen - William Droute v John Morgan Woolfe

E

ap Richard v Vaughan

  • STAC 5/E16/9 - B A - 21 Eliz - Edmond ap Richard ap Lewis v William Vaughan
    • Edwards: Edmund ap Richard ap Lewis of Llangathen v William Vaughan of Llangathen. Subtle use by defendant of a quarel between the complainant and his son-in-law to procure possession of the complainant’s lands; illegal foreclosing and casting into prison; corruption of the Carmarthenshire Commission of the Peace.
    • see also STAC Welsh names E

F

G

Gwilym v Jones

  • STAC 5/G4/31 - B A Dr - Mich 37/38 Eliz - Carmarthen - Griffith Gillam v Morgan Jones, Merys Prytherge
  • STAC 5/G25/4 - Rn - 38 Eliz - Carmarthen - Griffith Gillam, Rees Morgan v Morgan Jones, William Rice
    • Edwards: Griffith Gwilym of Llandilo Fawr v Morgan Jones JP, Morris Prytherch. First defendant being foreman of the Inquest at the Great Sessions to try David Morrice for an alleged fatal assault at Llandilo Fawr, compounded with him and set him free; other misdemeanours as JP.
    • see also STAC Gwillim

Gwilym v Jones

  • STAC 5/G45/3 - B A C I D - 37 Eliz - Carmarthen - Griffin Gillame, Rees Morgan v Morgan Williams, John Lloid, Thomas Lloid et al
  • STAC 5/G33/2 - Rr - 39 Eliz - Carmarthen - Griffith Gillam, Rees Morgan v Morgan Jones, Rice Griffith et al
    • Edwards: Griffith Gwilym and Rice Morgan of Llandilo Fawr v Morgan Jones JP, John Thomas Lloyd, et al. Accusing Morgan Jones of being a papist recusant, having been convicted at the Carmathenshire Sessions about 1590, and a harbourer of papist priests. (Details of the orders of the Court of the Marches to local offices for the suppression of papistry, are given.)
  • STAC 5/G12/10 - I D - 37 Eliz - Carmarthen - Griffith Gyllam, Rees Morgan v Morgan William, Morgan Jones et al

Griffith v Philips

  • STAC 5/G2/37 - B C A - 16 Eliz - Carmarthen - Richard Griffith v Andrew Phillips, Griffith Dunn, Thomas Barlow, Meredith Thomas
    • Edwards: Richard Griffith v Andrew Philip, Griffith Dunn, Thomas Barlow, Meredith Thomas. Forging deeds as to a title of the parsonage and glebe of Llanarthney; assault upon the complainant and the land.
    • see also STAC Griffith

Griffith v Morgan

  • STAC 5/G38/34 - I D - 30 Eliz - Carmarthen - Thomas ap Rice Griffith v Lewis Morgan et al
    • Edwards: Thomas Rees ap Griffith v John Morgan, William David, Harry Griffith, Lewis Morgan, et al of Llandilo Fawr. The abduction, from her husband, of Elizabeth verch John, by her father, John Morgan.
    • see also STAC Welsh names G

Griffith v Harry

  • STAC 5/G23/21 - B - 43 Eliz - Carmarthen - William Griffith v Philip ap Evan Harry, David William Lloyd et al
    • Edwards: William Griffith v Philip ap Evan Harry, David William Lloyd, et al. Riots and assaults at Llangain, armed affray at the fair at Llanfihangel Abercowyn on Michaelmas day.
    • see also STAC Griffith

H

IJ

ap Ievan v Lloyd

  • STAC 5/J11/25 - B A C I D - 32 Eliz - Carmarthen - David ap Ievan v David Lloyd ap Griffith
  • STAC 5/J10/2 - B A Rn - 32 Eliz - Carmarthen - David ap Ievan v David Hoyd ap Griffith, David Edwards et al
  • STAC 5/J12/35 - I D - 33 Eliz - Carmarthen - David ap Ievan v David Lloid Griffith
  • STAC 5/J18/5 - Rr - - Carmarthen - David ap Ievan v David Edwards, Henry Owen et al
    • Edwards: David ap Ievan yeoman of Henllanamgoed v David Lloyd ap Griffith, David Edward, et al. Perjury and corruption in a will dispute at Henllanamgoed, concerning a case of surety, complicated by the complainant being executor of the will.
    • see also STAC Welsh names IJ

ap Ievan v Rees

  • STAC 5/J14/14 - B - Carmarthen - John ap Ievan v Jenken Rees, Richard Jenkins, Griffith Jenkins
    • Edwards: John ap Ievan of Llanfihangel v Jenkin Rees, Richard Jenkin, Griffith Jenkin, et al. Riot and assault in Carmarthen town.
    • see also STAC Welsh names IJ

ap Ievan v Blayney

  • STAC 5/J6/13 - B A C - 17 Eliz - Carmarthen - Philip ap Jevan v David Loid Blayney, Richard Price et al
    • Edwards: Philip ap Ievan of Llanybister v Richard Price senior of Penarthen Montgomeryshire gentleman, David Lloyd Blayney JP, Robert Middleton JP, Thomas David Lloyd. The serving of a writ of subpoena upon Price by leaving it at his door; assaulting the complainant on a solitary mountain on his way home, and enforcing him to appear before two JPs; illegal imprisonment in consequence.
    • see also STAC Welsh names IJ

John, Griffith

  • STAC 5/J6/7 - B A C I D - 39 Eliz - Carmarthen - Griffith John v John Gwyn Peny, Thomas Harry Morgan
  • STAC 5/J1/20 - B C I D - 43 Eliz - Carmarthen - Griffith John v John Gwyn Penry, Thomas Harry Morgan
    • Edwards: Griffith John petty constable of Llandebie v John Gwyn Penry, Thomas Harry Morgan. Assault upon the complainant whilst dutifully arresting Thomas Harry Morgan for the muster on a warrant from Sir Thomas Jones, deputy lieutenant; rescuing him from the complainant’s custody. (Refs STAC 5/A30/18 and STAC 5/B33/17)
    • see STAC John

Jones v Williams

  • STAC 5/J2/37 - B A C I D - 38 Eliz - Carmarthen - Morgan Jones v Philip William, John Gwyn William, William John et al
  • STAC 5/J3/35 - I D - 37 Eliz - Carmarthen - Morgan Johnes v Philip Williams, John Gwyn, William Williams et al
  • STAC 5/J8/32 - A - 37 Eliz - Carmarthen - Morgan Johnes v Philip Williams et al
    • Edwards: Morgan Jones of Llandilo Fawr JP v William Philip JP, John Gwyn William, William John, et 30 aliis. Misdemeanors of the first defendant as JP; wrongful taking of recognizances; attempted hanging of a man who was rescued by the petty constables; unlawful assembly and assault at Llandilo Fawr; riot at the church on Sunday; perjuries and bloodshed.
    • see also STAC Jones

Jones v Lewis

  • STAC 5/J9/13 - B - 19 Eliz - Cardigan - Thomas Jones v Rees Thomas Lewis, John ap Rees Thomas et al
  • STAC 5/J9/35 - I D - 19 Eliz - Cardigan - Thomas Jones v Richard Morres
    • Edwards: Thomas Jones v Rees Thomas Lewis JP, John ap Rees Thomas et al. Assault upon the complainant at the town of Carmarthen, and upon the preacher at Llanarthney after divine service; also an assault at Abergwily led by the first defendant, notwithstanding that he was a JP.
    • see also STAC Jones

Jones v ap Griffith

  • STAC 5/J2/17 - B - 32 Eliz - Carmarthen - Thomas Jones v Loyd ap Griffith et al
    • Thomas Jones and Justices of peace in the County of Carmarthen in behalf of the Freeholders v Loyd ap Griffith et al. the Sherif and others about an undue Election of a Coroner
    • Edwards: Thomas Jones JP, et al, on behalf of the freeholders of the county v David Lloyd ap Griffith sheriff, et al. Illegal election of a coroner.
    • see also STAC Jones

K

L

Llewellyn v Thomas '

  • STAC 5/L5/30 - C I D - 38 Eliz - Carmarthen - John William Lewellyn v Rees Thomas
    • Edwards: John William Llewellyn v Rees Thomas. Devise of land called Y Ddol Wen alias Lletty Gwyn, Y Dylfa Las, Maen Isa and Gweirglodd Pen y Bontbren, in the parishes of Llanllowthog (LLanllawddog) and Abergwilly.
    • see also STAC Llewellyn

Llewellyn v Davies

  • STAC 5/L12/17 - B Dr - 36 Eliz - Carmarthen - William Llewellyn, James Llewellyn v David ap Rice, Thomas Davis et al
    • Edwards: William and James Llewellyn of Eglwys Gymun yeomen v Thomas Davies clerk, David ap Rees yeomen. Plurality; hankering after other people’s property; assaults and affrays upon arable land in Eglwys Gymun.
    • see also STAC Lloyd

Lloyd v Davis

  • STAC 5/L1/9 - B A I D - 42 Eliz - Carmarthen - David Lloyd v John Davis, Griffith John
  • STAC 5/L12/15 - C I D - 44 Eliz - Carmarthen - David Lloyd v Griffith John, John David
  • STAC 5/L13/26 - I D - 44 Eliz - Carmarthen - David Loyd v John David, Griffith John
  • STAC 5/L21/2 - C I D - 44 Eliz - Carmarthen - David Lloyd v John Griffith, David John
  • STAC 5/L31/30 - B - 43 Eliz - Carmarthen - David Lloid v Jenkin Ievan Hoell, Walter Morice et al
  • STAC 5/L46/12 - B C I D - 45 Eliz - Carmarthen - David Lloyd v Griffith John, John David
    • Edwards: David Lloyd JP of the Forest v John David and Griffith John gentlemen. Perjury in an action for trespass at the Hereford Assizes, concerning common of pasture on land called Glyngarw in Llanfihangel Ararth, parts of the Forest of Glyncothi.
    • see also STAC Lloyd

Lloyd v Owen

  • STAC 5/L5/4 - B A C I D - 40 Eliz - Carmarthen - David Loyd v Hugh Owen, Ann Owen, Thomas Vaughan et uxor, William Wogan et uxor, Hugh Griffith et al
  • STAC 5/L9/19 - I D - 40 Eliz - Carmarthen - David Lloid v William Morgan et uxor, Henry Owen et al
  • STAC 5/L15/38 - Rn - 41 Eliz - Carmarthen - David Loid v William Wogan, Hugh Owen et al
  • STAC 5/L42/22 - B A Rn C I D - 41 Eliz - Carmarthen - David Lloid v Catherine Vaughan, Robert Owen et al
  • STAC 5/L47/7 - Rr - 41 Eliz - Carmarthen - David Lloid v William Wogan, Henry Owen et al
    • Edwards: David Lloyd JP of the Forest v Hugh and Anne Owen, Thomas Vaughan et uxor, William Morgan et uxor, HughGriffith, et al, all of Monckton and Wiston Bembrokeshire. Disputed marriage jointure; forcibly entering the complainant’s house and abducting his wife, daughter of the first defendant. (vide STAC 5/L42/30
    • see also STAC Lloyd

Lloyd v Rees

  • STAC 5/L26/13 - B A Rn Rr - 18 Eliz - Carmarthen - David William Lloyd v Richard Rees, Walter Vaughan et al
    • Edwards: David William Lloyd v Richard Rees, Walter Vaughan. Assaults and murders.
    • Edwards does not list a Bill
    • see also STAC Lloyd

Lloyd v William '

  • STAC 5/L3/2 - B A C - Trin 39 Eliz - Carmarthen - Griffith Lloyd v Thomas Bynon, William Bynon, Lewes Bynon, Rees Bynon
    • Edwards: Griffith Lloyd gentleman of Abergwilly v Thomas William, Lewis and Rees David Beynon, et al. Devise of a tenement in Abergwilly, once belonging to the complainant’s deceased brother; riots and misdemeanours in the town of Carmarthen.
    • see also STAC Lloyd

Lloyd v Philip

  • STAC 5/L31/32 - B - 43 Eliz - Carmarthen - Griffith Lloid v Lewes Philip, William John Richard et al
    • Edwards: Griffith Lloyd of Merthyr gentleman v Lewis Philip and William John Richard of Carmarthen gentlemen, et al. Assaults and affrays upon the complainant at the market in Darkgate, Carmarthen.
    • see also STAC Lloyd

Lloyd v Lloyd '

  • STAC 5/L27/37 - B A Rn C I D - 38 Eliz - Carmarthen - Griffith John Llewellyn Lloyd v James ap Thomas Ievan Lloyd, Thomas, William Thomas ap Retherche
  • STAC 5/L18/32 - I D - 38 Eliz - Carmarthen - Griffith John Llewellyn Lloyd v Thomas Howell
    • Edwards: Griffith John Llewellyn Lloyd of Llanfihangel Ararth v James ap Thomas Ievan Lloyd and Thomas William Thomas ap Rhytherch, servants of David Lloyd esquire of the Forest. Assault upon the complainant as he stepped out of his house in the morning, bareheaded, bearfooted, and barelegged, to go to remove a fold; hauling him to the castle of Carmarthen, ten miles distant, where they imprisoned him in irons. Defendants demur that they were the deputy-bailiffs of the bailiff of Cethinog and that they were but serving a writ upon the complainant at the bailiff’s orders.
    • see also STAC Llewellyn

Lawrence v John

  • STAC 5/L4/25 - B - 36 Eliz - Carmarthen - David Lawrence v Griffith John Loyd et uxor, Philip John, David Howell ap Jevan, Lewys David Loyn
  • STAC 5/L3/29 - Rn - 42 Eliz - Carmarthen - David Laurence v Griffith John, Lewellen Loyd, Lewis David Loyd
  • STAC 5/L11/1 - I D - 37 Eliz - Carmarthen - David Lawrence v John Griffith, David Lloid Lewis
  • STAC 5/L29/1 - Rn - 38 Eliz - Carmarthen - David Lawrence v Llewellyn John Griffith Lloyd, Philip John et al
  • STAC 5/L30/13 - B A C - 36 Eliz - Carmarthen - David Lawrence v Llewellyn John Griffith Lloyd, David Lewis Lloyd
  • STAC 5/L37/25 - Rn - 38 Eliz - Carmarthen - David Lawrence v John Griffith Llewellyen, David Lewis Lloyd
    • Edwards: David Lawrence yeoman of Llanfihangel Ararth v Griffith John Lloyd gentleman et uxor, Philip John, David Howell ap Ievan. Assault upon the complainant and his friends at Llanfihangel Ararth.
    • see also STAC Lawrence

Lewis v Vaughan

  • STAC 5/L41/21 - B A Rn C I D - 44 Eliz - Carmarthen - David Lewys v Sir John Vaughan, Sir Thomas Jones
  • STAC 5/L31/33 - A I D - 44 & 45 Eliz - Carmarthen - David Lewis v Sir John Vaughan
    • Edwards: David Lewis gentleman, a lunatic v Sir John Vaughan knight of Golden Grove, Sir Thomas Jones knight of Abermarle. Confederacy by indirect means to get possession of the complainant’s lands and chattels at Llangatog.
    • see also STAC Lawrence

Lewis v Jones

  • STAC 5/L37/20 - B A I D - Carmarthen - Rice Thomas Lewes v Rice Jones, David Philip, Peregrine Davies, Evan Griffith
  • STAC 5/L41/35 - B A - 19 Eliz - Carmarthen - Rees Thomas Lewis v Richard Jones, David Phelip et al
  • STAC 5/L31/8 - I D - 19 Eliz - Carmarthen - Rees Thomas Lewes v Richard Jones, Davy Philipps et al
    • Edwards: Rees Thomas Lewis JP of Abergwilly v Richard Jones JP, David Philip, Peregrine Davies, Evan Griffith, et al. Assaults upon the complainant in various towns and villages, mainly on market days, also in the church yard at Abergwilly; attempted murder of the complainant at his lodging at the Great Sessions.
    • see STAC Lewis

Lloyd v Thomas

  • STAC 5/L36/38 - B A - 38 Eliz - Carmarthen - Henry Lloid, John Lloid, Griffith Lloid v Howell Thomas, Margaret Thomas Philip
    • Edwards: Rees Thomas Lewis JP of Abergwilly v Howell Thomas gentleman, Margaret Thomas Philip widow, et al. Disputed possession of lands called Tyddyn Kelly Jenkin Lloyd in the parish of Trelegge (Trelech ar Betws?); riotous assault; pulling down the roof and walls of the house and ouster.
    • see also STAC Lloyd

Lloyd v Lloyd

  • STAC 5/L42/30 - B A C I D - 37 Eliz - Carmarthen - Llewellyn John Griffith Lloid v David Lloid, David Lawrence
    • Edwards: Rees Thomas Lewis JP of Abergwilly v David Lloyd of the Forest JP, David Lawrence of Brechfa Cothi, et al. Maintenance in Star Chamber suits; riotous assembly at Pencader; attempted abduction; setting free a man arrested by the petty constables, as well as as men arrested by other officers.
    • see also STAC Lloyd

Lloyd v Hopkin

  • STAC 5/L25/10 - B A C I D - 39 Eliz - Carmarthen - Humphrey Lloid, Woodford Jones v David Hopkyn, William Philippe et al
    • Edwards: Humffrey Lloyd of Llandilo Talybont, Woodford Jones his servant v David Hopkyn, William Philip, et al. Assaults due to long-standing feuds between gentry, and JPs, constables through fear being unable to execute their duty, affrays at the Sessions at Carmarthen and also upon the high-way near that town.
    • see also STAC Lloyd

Lloyd v Lloyd

  • STAC 5/L10/5 - B - 39 Eliz - Carmarthen - Katherine Lloid v Richard Lloid
  • STAC 5/L16/10 - A - 40 Eliz - Carmarthen - Catherine Loid v Richard Loid
  • STAC 5/L37/39 - B I D - 40 Eliz - Carmarthen - Katherine Lloid v Richard Lloid
    • Edwards: Kathreine Lloyd an infant of six years of age v Richard Lloyd. Will dispute relating to a minor concerning tenements at Merthyr and Conwil.
    • see also STAC Lloyd

Lucas v Morgan

  • STAC 5/L49/2 - B - - Carmarthen - James Lucas v Thomas Morgan et al
    • Edwards: James Lucas of London yeoman v Howell ap Day Morgan, Morgan Thomas, et al. Assault and forcible entry upon a mansion house at Talley, which the complainant farmed by bailiff.
    • see also STAC Lucas

M

Morgan v Nicholas

  • STAC 5/M19/31 - B A - 36 Eliz - Carmarthen - Griffith Morgan v Thomas Nicholas, William Roberts et al
    • Edwards: Griffith Morgan of Llangain gentlemen v Thomas Nicholas, William Roberts and Robert ap Gwilym of Llangunog. Unlawful assemblies, forcible entry, uprooting hedges and filling ditches on land at Llangunnog. (cf STAC 5/M29/2)
    • see STAC Morgan

Morgan v Griffiths

  • STAC 5/M29/2 - B A - 36 Eliz - Carmarthen - Griffith Morgan v Evan ap John Griffith, David John Thomas Meredith et al
    • Edwards: Griffith Morgan of Llangain gentlemen v Griffith John Ievan Nicholas, David Griffith, Thomas David Meredith, Thomas John Howell. Perjury at a court held at Carmarthen, according to the customs of the manor of Llanstephan, concerning encroachments upon the common Allt Llechog.
    • see STAC Morgan

Morgan v Fisher

  • STAC 5/M3/37 - B A - 31 Eliz - Carmarthen - William Morgan v John Fisher, Thomas Jones, John Edward Austin, William Hurley et al
    • Edwards: William Morgan of St Ishmael v Edward Lloyd, coroner and mayor of Carmarthen, John Fisher, et al, coroner’s jurymen. Corrupt returning by a coroner’s jury of a verdict of not guilty in the trial for murder of Rees Morgan and for the fatal wounding of John Tucker, a watchman of the town of Carmarthen.
    • see STAC Morgan

Morgan v Penry

  • STAC 5/M51/12 - B A C I D - 36 Eliz - Carmarthen - Mawd Morgan, William Morgan v David Penry, William Jones
    • Edwards: William Morgan et Maud uxor of St Ishmael’s v David Penry et Elizabeth uxor of Llangain, William Jones, William Morgan. Riotous assembly at Llanstephan and assault upon Maud Morgan, in pregnancy, mainly by the said Eliz. The dispute arose out of the incontinency of Maud with William Morgan, et al.
  • STAC 5/M57/21 - B A Rn C I D - 37 Eliz - Carmarthen - Maud Morgan, William Morgan v Elizabeth Penrye, David Penrye, William Jones et al
  • STAC 5/M13/38 - I D - 36 Eliz - Carmarthen - William Morgan et uxor v David Penry
    • Edwards: David Penry et Elizabeth uxor, William Jones, et al v William Morgan et Maud uxor of St Ishmael. Devise of lands in Llangain to three daughters, the matter being complicated by the fact that one of the three was the father’s favourite and that she was left all his money by him with the moral duty to support her other two sisters; she married the defendant who ill-treated the other two sisters to such an extent that one became a lunatic.
    • see STAC Morgan

N

O

ap Owen v ap Morgan

  • STAC 5/O2/11 - B A - 23 Eliz - Carmarthen - David ap Owen v Rees Thomas ap Morgan
    • Edwards: David ap Owen of Newton gentleman v Rees Thomas ap Morgan. Perjury in an action in Chancery in a land dispute at Llandebie and Llandilo Fawr, in swearing that the value of the land was too small to be taken cognizance of in that court.
    • see also STAC Welsh names O

P

Parry v Philips

  • STAC 7/4/27 - - - Carmarthen - Richard Parrye v Katherine Phelippes, alias Jones, Llykey Howell et al
    • TNA Note: Carmarthen: Kidnapping plaintiff's son-in-law, aged thirteen
    • Edwards: Richard Parry v Katherine Philips alias Jones, Llykey Howell et al. Kidnapping the complainant’s son-in-law aged thirteen at Carmarthen.
    • see also STAC Parry

Parry v Morrice

  • STAC 5/P34/28 - B A C - 41 Eliz - Carmarthen - Thomas Parry v John Morrice, Walter Lawrence et al
    • Edwards: Thomas Parry of Bristol gentleman v John Morrice, Walter Lawrence, et al. Possession of the Friary, late the dissolved Friary of Carmarthen; destruction of the great gates and porches thereof; assaults and forcible entries.
    • see also STAC Parry

Penry v Williams

  • STAC 5/P28/36 - B - 20 Eliz - Carmarthen - William Penry v David ap Ievan William, Robert ap Rees et al
    • Edwards: William Penry gentleman v David ap Ievan William, Robert ap Rees, et al. Assault upon the complainant at Ynys Gwendraeth when at his business, and also at the parish church of Llanddarog on Sunday.
    • see also STAC Penry

Parry v ap Philip

  • STAC 5/P66/3 - B A - 10 Eliz - Carmarthen - William Parry v David Ievan ap Philippe, David Edwards et al
  • STAC 5/P53/29 - I D - 10 Eliz - Carmarthen - William Parry v David Edwards, Owen ap Thomas
    • Edwards: William Parry JP sheriff v David Ievan ap Philip of Carmarthen JP, David Edward et al. Assault by the defendant and 30 people, all urged on by the first defendant, upon the complainant and other JPs and upon the mayor and aldermen of Carmarthen, whilst hearing divine service and clebrating Holy Communion on Whitsuntide in St Peter’s Church there. The dispute arose out of the complainant’s refusal to consent to his daughter’s marriage to the defendant, a widower, she being but 14 years of age.
    • see also STAC Parry

Penry v Morgan in Edwards, see Morgan v Penry above.

Penry v ap Morgan

  • STAC 5/P13/10 - I D - 36 Eliz - Carmarthen - David Penry et uxor v Griffith ap Morgan, William Morgan et al
    • Edwards: David Penry et uxor v Griffith ap Morgan, William Morgan, et al. Corruption and indirest means in the devise by John Reade of his lands at Greencastle.
    • see also STAC Penry

Perrott v Perle

  • STAC 7/4/38 - - - Carmarthen - Thomas Perrote clericus, Edward Wyngrave, Philip Willyame v Owen Done, Jevan Llewelyn ap Eynon, William Jones clericus et al
    • TNA Note: Llandefeilog: Assault in chapel - STAC 7/4/38
    • Edwards: Thomas Perrot clerk, Edward Wyngrane, Philip William v Owen Done, Ievan Llewellyn ap Einion, William Jones clerk, et al. Assault in the church of Llandefaelog.
  • STAC 5/P26/33 - B A - 16 Eliz - Carmarthen - Thomas Pyrryott v Henry Eynon, James Addam, et al

Philips v Roberts

  • STAC 5/P35/14 - B A - 36 Eliz - Carmarthen - Philip David v John Roberts, John Lloyd et al
    • Edwards: Philip David of Llanwonno gentleman v John Robert and John Lloyd of Llanstephan et al. Feigned buying of titles, maintenance, champerties and riots concerning lands called Kydland, in the parishes of Llanfihangel and Mydrim, parcel of the possessions of the Earl of Bedford.
    • see also STAC Philips

Philips v Roberts

  • STAC 5/P16/35 - I D - 36 Eliz - Carmarthen - David Phillips, Robert ap Owen v Edward Rogers, Francis Rogers
    • Edwards: David Philip and Robert ap Owen, executors v Edward Rogers, Francis Rogers. Burning deeds and general hindrance of the complainants, executors of the will of Agnes verch Rhytherch.(BL MSS Addit 27045 f 9 certificate of Mr William Mill)
    • see also STAC Philips

Philips v Price

  • STAC 5/P26/2 - B A Dr B C I D - 24 Eliz - Carmarthen - John William Phillips v Hugh Pryce, James Lloyd, et al
    • Edwards: John William Philip v Hugh Price v James Lloyd, et al. Riots unlawful assemblies and bearing of arms in a dispute concerning messuages called Glyntai belonging to the Complainant’s wife.
    • see also STAC Philips

Philips v Davies

  • STAC 5/P29/15 - B A - 18 Eliz - Carmarthen - John Thomas Phillip v Lewis Davies, Martyn Davies
    • Edwards: John Thomas Philip of Llanfihangel Abercowyn v Lewis and Martin Davies. Forged obligation for debt.
    • see also STAC Philips

Philips v Davies

  • STAC 5/P14/9 - B A - 23 Eliz - Carmarthen - Rees Philips v William Davies, John Davies et al
    • Edwards: Rees Philip of Chalfield Wiltshire gentleman v William Davies JP, John Davies, et al. Assault upon the complainant whilst at Carmarthen on business.
    • see also STAC Philips

Philips v ap Owen

  • STAC 5/P33/19 - B A Rn Rr - 16 Eliz - Carmarthen - Richard Phillippes v Griffith ap Owen, David William Bedo, William David et al
  • STAC 5/P25/4 - D - 16 Eliz - Carmarthen - Richard Philips v Henry Owen
  • STAC 5/P52/37 - D - 16 Eliz - Carmarthen - Richard Phillips v William David
  • STAC 7/27/35 - - - Carmarthen - Richard Phillip v David William Rede et al
    • Edwards: Richard Philip mayor of the town of Carmarthen v Griffith ap Owen, David William Bedo, William David, et al. The election of mayor, bailiffs, recorder, town-clerk, sword-bearer and serjeants of the town of Carmarthen. The complainant was elected mayor, but, after he had departed, the recorder and other officers took it upon themselves to hold another election and they elected another mayor.
    • see also STAC Philips

Powell v ap Richard

  • STAC 5/P29/25 - B A C I D - 19 Eliz - Carmarthen - Rytherch Powell v Rychard ap Ievan, Rytherch ap Richard
    • Edwards: Rhytherch Powell one of the officers of your Majest’s Buttery v Richard ap Ievan of Bettws, Rhytherch ap Richard. Perjury and corruption in a dispute in the Court of Requests, concerning lands in Llanerch yr Haidd.
    • see also STAC Powell and STAC co Caernarvon

Prytherch v Lloyd

  • STAC 5/P57/7 - B - 44 Eliz - Carmarthen - James Prytherch v Rice Lloyd, David Barrett et al
    • Edwards: James Prytherch of Hawkesbrook JP late deputy-steward of the Crown Lordship of Llanstephan v Rice Lloyd gentleman, David Barrett, et al. Assault upon the complainant by the defendants at St Rects in the Lordship of Laugharne caused by the illwill they bore him on account of fines and amercements at a Court Baron; terrifying the officers of the county so that they dare not arrest the defendants on a conviction at the Carmarthen Sessions; rescuing men pressed by the deputy-lieutenant for service in Ireland.
    • see also STAC Prytherch

Price v ap Howell

  • STAC 5/P17/39 - B - 25 Eliz - Carmarthen - David ap Price, John ap Howell v David John
    • Edwards: David ap Price, John ap Howell v David John, Perjury in an affidavit concerning the serving of a writ of subpoena and the executing of a commission of rebellion upon two former suits in the Star Chamber.
    • see also STAC Welsh names P

Price v Williams

  • STAC 5/P50/29 - B A - 25 Eliz - Carmarthen - Davyd Pryce v Thomas Williams, Davyd Thomas et al
    • Edwards: David Price of Llansafill gentleman v Thomas Williams, David Thomas, et pluribus aliis. Assaults and riots concerning Crown lease of land called Tir Nant, in the manor of Caio, messuages and a dwelling house in Llansafill (Llansawel) and common of pasture in their right on a common called Garthynty, in the parish of Conwil Caio.
    • see also STAC Price

Phillips v Price

  • STAC 5/P52/16 - I D - 25 Eliz - Carmarthen - John William Phillips v Philip Price

Q

R

Reynolds v Gwyon

  • STAC 5/R22/18 - B A Rn - 16 Eliz - Carmarthen - Lawrence Raynold, David Gwalter v John Gwyon, Agnes Howell et al
  • STAC 5/R43/11 - I D - 17 Eliz - Carmarthen - Laurence Reynolde, Walter David v Gwyon, Llewelyn, Lloyd, John Gwyon
    • Edwards: Lawrence Reynold, Gwalter David v Llewellyn Lloyd Gwyon, Agnes Howell, Griffith ap Ievan ap Rees Goch, Ievan Gwyon, John Gwyon, Rees Gwyon, et al. Assaulting the complainants whilst attemptin near Llanybyther to serve process of Letters Placards, lately granted out of Chancery, for the arresting of David Gwyon at the suit of David Lewis, one of the yeomen of the Queen’s chamber.
    • see also STAC Reynolds

Reade v Lloyd

  • STAC 5/R27/39 - B A - 43 Eliz - Carmarthen - James Reade v Rees Boulde, William Jones et al
  • STAC 5/R31/6 - B A C I D - 43 Eliz - Carmarthen - James Reade v Thomas Lloyd, William Jones et al
    • Edwards: James Reade junior gentleman of Laugharne v Thomas Lloyd of Killikiffith Pembrokeshire JP, Rees Bould of Castle Martin Pembrokeshire gentlemen, William Jones of Llangloffan Pembrokeshire gentleman, Thomas Hugh of Uppershilley yeoman, et al. Assault, forcible entry and carrying away cattle and chattels by the defendants, led by the first defendant, upon and from a farm called Penskelly, in the parish of Mathrie, Pembrokeshire, contrary to the verdict of the Court of the Marches.
  • STAC 5/R37/16 - B A - 43 Eliz - Carmarthen - James Reade v Rice Bolde
    • STAC 5/R37/16 is not in Edwards
    • see also STAC Read

Rede v David

  • STAC 5/R3/32 - B A - Hil 43 Eliz - Carmarthen - Powels Rede Sr, Powels Rede Jr v Thomas David, Thomas Griffith
    • Land in Carmarthen - STAC 5/R3/32
    • Not in Edwards
    • see also STAC Read

Reade v Wolfe

  • STAC 5/R4/14 - B - 39 Eliz - Carmarthen - James Reade v John Morgan Wolfe et uxor, Jevan Harry Deyo, Morgan Llewellyn, Hugh David Taylor et al
    • Edwards: James Reade junior gentleman of Laugharne v John Morgan Wolfe JP et uxor of Whitland, Ievan Harry Deyo, Morgan Llewellyn, Hugh David Taylor, et
  • STAC 5/R10/28 - Dr - 39 Eliz - Carmarthen - James Reade v John Morgan Wolphe, Hugh David et al. The farming of all the enrolments and lands belonging to the chapel of the Blessed Lady of Llantarne, once seised by Sir Gelly Meyrick knight, and all the tithes belonging to the dissolved monastery of Whitland, including the right to hold five fairs yearly near the chapel. (cf STAC 5/R4/16)

Reade v ap Griffith

  • STAC 5/R4/16 - B - 39 Eliz - Carmarthen - Richard Reade v Griffith ap Jevan, Rees Walter
    • Edwards: Richard Reade of Carmarthen gentleman v Griffith ap Ievan of Llanfihangel, Rees Walter of Llanarthney. Perjury in an action for debt and before the Court of the Marches; defrauding the complainant of divers bushels of corn and grain; pitching shanties in the churchyard to defame fairs of which the complainant was deputy-steward; assault upon the complainant upon his ordering the defendants to remove the shanties.
    • see also STAC Read

Reade v Rees

  • STAC 5/R2/36 - B A C I D - 43 Eliz - Carmarthen - Richard Reed, Harry Eyvon v David Rees, Llewellyn Lewes, John David Loyd, John David Griffith, Jevan John Gytto et al
  • STAC 5/R22/7 - I D - 43 Eliz - Carmarthen - Richard Reed, Eynon Harry v John David, David Griffith, John Griffith et al
    • Edwards: Richard Reade and Eynon Harry of Laugharne v David Rees, Llewellyn Lewis, John David Lloyd, John David Griffith, Ievan John Griffith, et al. Assaults at Carmarthen.
    • see also STAC Read

Rethergh v Davies

  • STAC 5/R22/3 - B A C - 44 Eliz - Carmarthen - Jenkyn Ritherch v William Davies, Rees Williams
  • STAC 5/R20/33 - B A - 44 Eliz - Carmarthen - Jenekyn Rethergh v William Bedoe, David Rice et al
  • STAC 5/R32/8 - I D - 44 Eliz - Carmarthen - Jenkyn Retherge v Rice David, William Bedo
    • Edwards: Jenkyn Rhytherch of Llandebie yeoman v William Davies of Bettws JP, Rice William, William John David, et al. Misdemeanours of the first defendant as JP, riots outrages churchyard and highway assaults; perjury and the breaking of his oath of JP.
    • see also STAC Retherch

ap Rees v Goch

  • STAC 5/R20/4 - B - 12 Eliz - Carmarthen - David ap Rees v John ap Howel Goch, Harry ap David Jenkyn et al
    • Edwards: David ap Rees of London gentleman v Howell ap John Goch, John David, et al. Assault upon the complainant at the parish church of Conwil Caio, whilst gathering his tithe belonging to that church.
    • see also STAC Welsh names R

ap Rees v ap Thomas

  • STAC 5/R34/3 - B - 45 Eliz - Carmarthen - Rees ap Rees Thomas v Rees ap Thomas, Morgan Ievan et al
    • Edwards: Thomas ap Rees of Llanegwad Fawr yeoman v James ap Rees, Ievan ap Rees, Francis ap Rees, Thomas ap Rees, Morgan Ievan, gentleman coroner. Consequent upon the marriage of David Lloyd Jones esquire, to a widow, Agnes Gwyon, the complainant was put in a chamber of the house of David Lloyd Jones in Llansafill to guard the household stuff and apparel of the said Agnes, which was of great value; forcible entry by defendants into the chamber, assault upon the complainant and refusal to depart therefrom upon the order of two JPs; they departed however upon the entreaty of the sheriff.
    • see also STAC Welsh names R

ap Rice v ap Morgan

  • STAC 5/R12/14 - B A Rn - 30 Eliz - Carmarthen - Thomas ap Rice v John Morgan, Harry ap Griffith et al
  • STAC 5/R7/6 - C I D - 31 Eliz - Carmarthen - Thomas ap Reece v John Morgan, Henry Gruf et al
    • Edwards: Thomas ap Rice of Llandevayson Carmarthenshire yeoman v John ap Morgan, Harry ap Griffith, et al. Assault upon the complainant whilst travelling from Llandevayson to Llangyfelach on business; abducting Elizabeth whom the complainant had married six months previously, and detaining her at Carmarthen at the house of John ap Morgan. The defendants aver that the girl was under thirteen when the married the complainant.
    • see also STAC Welsh names R

Rytherge v John

  • STAC 5/R9/37 - I D - 38 Eliz - Carmarthen - Ievan ap Rotherith v Ievan John
    • Edwards: Ievan ap Rhytherch v Ievan John of Llanpumsaint yeoman, et al. Refusal of the petty constable of Llanpumsaint to carry out a warrant of arrest.
    • see also STAC Welsh names R

S

T

Thomas v ap Ievan

  • STAC 5/T3/21 - B A - 18 Eliz - Carmarthen - John Thomas v Griffith ap Ievan, Lewis Davie, Rees ap Rees et al 
    • Edwards: John Thomas of London brother of the sheriff v Griffith ap Ievan gentleman Lewis Davies, Rees ap Rees, et al. Assault upon the complainant at Carmarthen.
    • see also STAC Thomas

Thomas v Vaughan

  • STAC 5/T11/33 - B A - 43 Eliz - Carmarthen - John Thomas v Sir John Vaughan, William Morgan
    • Edwards: John Thomas of Llangatog gentleman v Sir John Vaughan of Goldengrove knight, William Morgan his servant. Bidding the complainant to a feast, making him drunk, and then causing him whilst drunk, to convey away all his hereditary lands in Llangatog and Ellansowen.
    • see also STAC Thomas

UV

Vaughan v Prichard

  • STAC 5/V6/33 - B A Rn C I D - 42 Eliz - Carmarthen - David Vaughan v Thomas Prichard, Griffith Bardney, William Powell et Margaret uxor et al
  • STAC 5/V3/5 - B I D - 43 Eliz - Carmarthen - David Vaughan v Thomas Pritchard et al
  • STAC 5/V9/19 - D - 44 Eliz - - [blank] Vaughan v Margaret Vaughan, Thomas Pritchard et al
  • STAC 5/V3/33 - C I D - 43 Eliz - Carmarthen - David Vaughan v Griffith Bardney et al
  • STAC 5/V9/11 - C I D - 44 Eliz - Carmarthen - David Vaughan v Margaret Powell, William Powell, Griffith Bardney et al
    • Edwards: David Vaughan gentleman v William Powell et Margaret uxor; Griffith Bardney, Thomas Pritchard, et al. Forgery of a will, perjury and undue influence over the complainant when he was an infant in order to secure his inheritance, — 40 messuages, 3 water grist mills and a fulling mill in the parishes of Llanddarog, Llanarthney, Pembrey, Llangidewine, Llanelly, Llangernech and Kidwelly.
    • see also STAC Vaughan

Vaughan v Lloyd

  • STAC 5/V3/34 - B - 18 Eliz - Carmarthen - Henry Vaughan v Thomas Loid, Rice Loid, John Edward
    • Edwards: Henry Vaughan of Carmarthen gentleman v Thomas Lloyd, Crown steward of the Lordships of Llanstephan, Ustloyth (Ystlwyf) and Clynton; Rice and Thomas Lloyd his sons and deputies, John Edward his under-deputy. Extortionate practices in office, especially in Courts Baron, thus impoverishing the inhabitants and enriching themselves.
    • see also STAC Vaughan

Vaughan v ap Rice

  • STAC 5/V9/27 - B - 17 Eliz - Carmarthen - Richard Vaughan v William ap Ryce, Owen ap William et al
  • STAC 5/V8/32 - A - 17 Eliz - Carmarthen - Richard Vaughan v William ap Owen, Ievan ap Meyrick
    • Edwards: Richard Vaughan JP v William ap Rice, Owen ap William, et al. Wrongful detaining of certain tithe lanfds belonging to the parsonage of Cilrhedyn.
    • see also STAC Vaughan

Vaughan v Jones

  • STAC 5/V5/20 - B - 43 Eliz - Carmarthen - Sir John Vaughan v Morgan Jones, Walter Jones, Harry David et al
    • Edwards: Sir John Vaughan of Golden Grove knight JP v Morgan Jones of Llandilo Fawr JP, Walter Jones gentleman, Harry David, et al. Unlawful affection for Recusants, hating the complainant for his forwardness in their persecution and vowing his death; affrays at the Great Sessions; assault upon the complainant, and attempted murder at the market at Llandilo; vexatious suits in the Court of the Marches; and corruption in a trial for murder at the Sessions at Carmarthen; complaints of the increase of Recusancy in the county.
    • see also STAC Vaughan

Vaughan v Thomas

  • STAC 5/V2/35 - B Dr - 39 Eliz - Carmarthen - Walter Vaughan v Lewis Thomas clericus, Thomas William Bedowe et al
    • Edwards: Walter Vaughan of Golden Grove JP v Lewis Thomas clerk, Thomas William Bedo, et al, a jury of enquiry set up upon a Commission from the Exchequer. Land dispute at Llangathen, in the lordship of Alltygaer, complicated by a trial for murder at Brecon Assizes and a death in the Crown service in France; a commission of enquiry being set up in Llangathen church, the jury is corrupted and the depositions perjured.
    • see also STAC Vaughan

W

Wolfe, John Morgan

  • STAC 5/W65/33 - B A - 33 Eliz - Carmarthen - John Morgan Wolfe v David Harry ap Ievan, Gwalter David ap David, Griff ap Thomas et al
    • Edwards: John Morgan Wolfe of Whitland esquire v David Harry ap Ievan, Gwalter David ap David, Griffith ap Thomas, et al. Perjury in an action before the Court of the Marches, brought by the defendants against the complainant for the supposed stealing of a gelding, wherein witnesses were examined at the town hall of Carmarthen; deposing that the gelding was thaken away by the complainant from under the harrow and conveyed to a secret place in the lordship of Kidwelly.
    • see also STAC Wolfe

Wolfe, John Morgan

  • STAC 5/W37/29 - B A - 33 Eliz - Carmarthen - John Morgan Wolfe v James Reade, William Jenkyn, Robert Ellyott, Rees ap Rhytherch et al
  • STAC 5/W57/9 - I D - 30 Eliz - Carmarthen - John Morgan Wolfe v William Drought et al
  • STAC 5/W57/40 - Rn - 39 Eliz - Carmarthen - John Morgan Wolfe v James Read, William Jenkin et al
  • STAC 5/W58/6 - I D - 38 Eliz - Carmarthen - John Morgan Wolfe v James Reade Sr, James Reade Jr, Henry David et al
    • Edwards: John Morgan Wolfe of Whitland esquire v James Reade of Eglwys Gymun gentleman, William Jenkin, Robert Elliot, Rees ap Rhytherch, et al. The disputed rights to a fair held upon every Lady Day near a place called Lady’s Chapel in the parish of Llanboidy, which once belonged to the dissolved monastery of Whitland. The chapel and its rights having been granted by the Crown to the complainant, the first defendant assembled 100 people at the fair at Eglwys Fair and riotously took the profits of the fair. James Reade avers that he is the steward of the Crown manor of Trayen March, lately purchased by Sir John Perrot, and that, as the steward of the manor, he has the right to rule the fair.
  • STAC 5/W50/26 - B A - 38 Eliz - Carmarthen - John Morgan Wolfe v James Reade Sr, Rice Hancock et al
    • STAC 5/W50/26 not in Edwards
    • Edwards also lists STAC 5/W78/8 - I D - 34 Eliz - - John Morgan Wolfe v Lamentation Chapman
    • see also STAC Wolfe

Wolfe, Walter Morgan

  • STAC 5/W54/16 - B A C - 44 Eliz - Carmarthen - Walter Morgan Wolfe, John Edward v Sir Thomas Jones, John Lewis Sr, John Lewis Jr, John Jenkin, Evan Thomas, Philip Edward, Henry Watkin et al
    • Edwards: Walter Morgan Wolfe of Whitland esquire, John Edward. v Sir Thomas Jones knight, John Lewis senior and junior, Jenkin John, Evan Thomas, Philip Edward, Henry Watkin, et al. Assault, forcible entry and ouster on a corn mill in the parish of Llanboidy; issuing a forged writ of arrest in the name of Sir Thomas Jones; illegally apprehending the miller, and then entering the mill in his enforced absence.
  • STAC 5/W3/12 - B A - Mich 43/44 Eliz - Carmarthen - John Morgan Wolphe v Sir Thomas Jones, John Lewis Sr, John Lewis Jr, Jenkin John, John Jenkin et al
  • STAC 5/W60/35 - I D - 43 Eliz - Carmarthen - John Morgan Wolf v John Lewis Sr, John Lewis Jr, George Jenkins et al
    • STAC 5/W3/12, STAC 5/W60/35 not in Edwards
    • Edwards also lists STAC 5/W61/26 - I D - 19 Eliz - - Walter Morgan Wolph, John Edwards v William Morgan, Philip Morgan Edward et al
    • see also STAC Wolfe

Williams, David

  • STAC 5/W73/2 - B - 17 Eliz - Carmarthen - David Williams v John ap Ievan, John Morrys, Ievan Lloyd ap Rhytherch, Thomas William
    • Edwards: David William of Carmarthen v John ap Ievan, John Morrice, Ievan Lloyd ap Rhytherch, Thomas William. Assault upon the complainant as he was coming from divine service in the parish church of Llandilo Fawr; failure of a JP to curb the fury of the defendants.
    • see also STAC Williams

Williams v Harry

  • STAC 5/L40/17 - B - 17 Eliz - Carmarthen - David Lloyd v David Morgan Harrye et al see STAC Lloyd
    • Edwards: David Lloyd William et Margaret uxor of Llandebie v Morgan David Harry et pluribus aliis. Assault upon the complainants, their home and chattels.

William, Griffith

  • STAC 5/W28/36 - B A Dr Rn - 32 Eliz - Carmarthen - Griffith William v Griffith Howell, Jenkin Griffith, David Nicholas
    • Edwards: Griffith William of Llandefaelog v Griffith Howell, Jenkin Griffith, David Nicholas. Waylaying and assaulting the complainant at a place called Pibur, near Llandefaelog, when he was travelling homeward from the market at Carmarthen
    • see also STAC Williams

Williams v Price

  • STAC 5/W20/35 - B - 19 Eliz - Carmarthen - John William v Hugh Price, Lewis Price et al
    • Edwards: John William of Llandebie v Hugh Price, Lewis Price et 20 aliis. Assaults and affrays in a quarrel as to the possession by the complainant, in the right of his wife, of certain lands called Glynytai, in Llandebie.
    • see also STAC Williams

Williams v William

  • STAC 5/W64/12 - B A Rn - 11 Eliz - Carmarthen - Philip Williams v Henry William ap Rhytherch Sr, Griffith Arthur, John David ap Rhytherch et al
  • STAC 5/W75/36 - I D - 11 Eliz - Carmarthen - Philip Williams v Henry William, Henry Evans et al
    • Edwards: Philip William of the Inner Temply gentleman (having continued at his learning in London this four years at the Inns of Court) v Henry William ap Rhytherch senior, Griffith, arthur and John David ap Rhytherch. Waylaying the complainant at night on his way to his father’s house at Llandilo Fawr at Christmas; assault upon his return from divine service.
    • see also STAC Williams

Williams v William

  • STAC 5/W41/29 - B A - 16 Eliz - Carmarthen - Philip William v John Morrice, Morgan Jones, Thomas William et al
    • Edwards: Philip William JP v John Morrice, Morgan Jones, Thomas William, et pluribus aliis, The forcible rescue of a suspected felonwho has been committed unto certain inhabitants of Llandilo Fawr; assault upon the complainant on his return from the parish church of Llandilo in the exercise of his duty of arresting the rescuers.
    • see also STAC Williams

Williams v Jones

  • STAC 5/W58/30 - B A - 45 Eliz - Carmarthen - Rhytherch Williams v Walter Jones, Mary Griffith et al
  • STAC 5/W60/30 - I D - 45 Eliz - Carmarthen - Rhytherch William v Walter Jones
    • Edwards: Rhytherch William of Llandebie v Walter Jones of Llandilo Fawr deputy-sheriff to Morgan Jones, Mary Griffith, et al. Assault upon the complainant at Llandilo Fawr; illegal demeanor of the first defendant, especially at the Sessions held at Newcastle Emlyn, holding privy Quarter Sessions, accepting a false bill against the complainant, impanelling thereupon a partial jury, securing corrupt evidence and returning a corrupt verdict. The action being taken before the Court of the Marches, it was sent for re-trial to the Great Sessions; further bribery and corruption there.
    • see also STAC Williams

Rees

  • STAC 5/W63/25 - B - 43 Eliz - Carmarthen - Rees ap Ievan William v Lewis Philip, James Thomas et al
    • Edwards: Rees ap Ievan William of Llanllowthog yeoman v Lewis Philip of Llandyssul gentleman, James Thomas, et al. Forgery of warrants purporting to come from the Court of Wards; ordering the complainant to appear at the church of Llanpumsaint with a view to drawing compositions.
    • see also STAC Welsh names W

XYZ


  • Details in A Catalogue of Star Chamber Proceedings Relating to Wales compiled by Ifan ab Owen Edwards, Cardiff U P 1929


  • Case Book BL Harley MS 2143 fo. 34v. Walter Vaughan, High Sheriff of Carmarthenshire, for staying to do execution of a prisoner convicted for a murder contrary to his oath and duty and the commandment of the justice £500 and half a year’s imprisonment. Easter 20 Elizabeth (kk)


Palmer's cumulative totals of Star Chamber fines preserved in the E159s (rp)

  • TNA E159/379 Easter Term, 22 Elizabeth. Fine Paid 1586
    • From Walter Vaughan de Kidwelley, Carmarthen, armiger: £200.
  • TNA E159/397 Trinity Term, 31 Elizabeth. Fine Paid 1589
    • From Rice Morgan de Kydwelly, Carm, gent: 40 marks.
    • From Morgan David Powell de Tynby, Pembs, gent: £6 13s 4d.
    • From Griffin Lloide de Llanstenham, Carm, gent: £6 13s 4d.
  • TNA E159/420 Michaelmas Term, 42-43 Elizabeth. Fines Paid 1600
    • From Griffith Fermor de Kenwell Cayo, Carm: 100 marks.
    • From Henry Powell de Kenwell Cayo, Carm: £40.
  • TNA E159/420 Michaelmas Term, 42-43 Elizabeth. 1600 Recognizance for £300 by Edward Owen de Abergelley, Denb, armiger; Henry Williams de Cochwyllan, Carm, gent; George Salusbury of Denbigh, Denb, gent; and Rice Lloid de Llanbadarn Vaur, Card, gent; and each of them with conditional defeasance by Edward Owen's personal appearance in Star Chamber.)