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| 20 Jan.
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| William Giles, John Brighte, Robert Brighte, Anthony Brighte v Sir Anthony Ashley.
 
| William Giles, John Brighte, Robert Brighte, Anthony Brighte v Sir Anthony Ashley.
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! 1604
| 26 Jan.
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| 26 Jan
 
| 1
 
| 1
| John Turbervile v William Porthbury, Richard Ward.
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| John Turbervile of Southwark, Surrey v William Portbury, Richard Warde.
 
| Agreement for the conveyance of leases on the Inn called the 'George', borough of Southwark.
 
| Agreement for the conveyance of leases on the Inn called the 'George', borough of Southwark.
 
| C78/155, no. 9 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C78no155/IMG_0033.htm]
 
| C78/155, no. 9 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C78no155/IMG_0033.htm]
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| 27 Jan
 
| 27 Jan
 
| 1
 
| 1
| John Fulmerston v Roberte Cage.
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| John Fulmerston of Thetford, Norfolk v Roberte Cage.
 
| Possession of messuage and lands in Stow Bedon, Stoure Beckerton and Rockland All Saints, Norfolk.
 
| Possession of messuage and lands in Stow Bedon, Stoure Beckerton and Rockland All Saints, Norfolk.
 
| C78/450, no. 16 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C78no450/IMG_0124.htm]
 
| C78/450, no. 16 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C78no450/IMG_0124.htm]
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| 1 Feb.
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| 1 Feb
 
| 1
 
| 1
| John Cawshie, Elizabeth his wife, Jonas Tebbott, Amye Coles v Henry Gynsworth.
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| John Cawsbie of Chappell Brampton, Northants & Elizabeth his wife; Jonas Tebbott of Molton, Northants & Jone his wife; Amye Coles of Molton, three of the daughters & heirs of George Coles late of Molton decd v Henry Gynsworth.
 
| Estate of Thomas Coles, deceased. Farm at Molton, Northamptonshire. Disputed will.
 
| Estate of Thomas Coles, deceased. Farm at Molton, Northamptonshire. Disputed will.
 
| C78/154, no. 11 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C78no154/IMG_0027.htm]
 
| C78/154, no. 11 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C78no154/IMG_0027.htm]
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| 6 Feb.
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| 6 Feb
 
| 1
 
| 1
| William Symmes alias Dorchester v Oliver Francklyn, Peter Francklyn and Josua Francklyn.
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| William Symmes als Dorchester v Oliver Francklyn; Peter Francklin and Josua Francklyn, sons of the said Oliver.
 
| Disputed lease on the manor of Sutton Lucye, Devon.
 
| Disputed lease on the manor of Sutton Lucye, Devon.
 
| C78/143, no. 10 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C78no143/IMG_0041.htm]
 
| C78/143, no. 10 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C78no143/IMG_0041.htm]
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! 1604 ?
| 11 Feb.
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| 11 Feb
 
| 2 ?
 
| 2 ?
| Thomas Ingram v Andrew Luttrell and James Baker.
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| Thomas Ingram v Andrew Luttrell; Thomas Luttrell; Hugh Luttrell; and James Baker.
 
| Estate of Nicholas Luttrell. Manor of Honeybeare and Lilstocke, Somerset. Dispute over a lease to John Ingram, deceased.
 
| Estate of Nicholas Luttrell. Manor of Honeybeare and Lilstocke, Somerset. Dispute over a lease to John Ingram, deceased.
 
| C78/150, no. 12 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C78no150/IMG_0002.htm]
 
| C78/150, no. 12 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C78no150/IMG_0002.htm]
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! 1604
| 13 Feb.
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| 13 Feb
 
| 1
 
| 1
| William Brooke v Robert Smith, Frances Smyth.
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| William Brooke of Southwarke, Surrey, freemason & Agnes his wife v Francis Smythe, widow, late the wife of Robert Smyth late of Southwarke decd & Robert Smyth son & heir of the said Robert & Francis.
 
| Tenement called the Sign of the Cage, Southwark, Surrey.
 
| Tenement called the Sign of the Cage, Southwark, Surrey.
 
| C78/150, no. 11 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C78no150/IMG_0009.htm]
 
| C78/150, no. 11 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C78no150/IMG_0009.htm]
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! 1604
 
! 1604
| 17 Feb.
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| 17 Feb
 
| 1
 
| 1
| Cristofer Readman, John Gibson & John Siggeswick v Richard Cholmeley & his father in law Gerrard Lowther.
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| Cristopher Readman, John Gibson & John Siggeswick of Ingleton, Yorks v Richard Cholmeley & his father in law Gerrard Lowther.
 
| Plea for retention of customary dues and fines in the manor of Ingleton and Benton als Bentham, Yorks which has been purchased by deft Lowther from deft Cholmeley. Refs previous decree of 23 June 34 Eliz in a similar cause where the deft Richard Cholmeley's father, also Richard Cholmeley, was deft, and the tenantright was confirmed. Defts claim that decree no longer applies as Richard Cholmeley the father was only tenant for life of the estate. Refs also Richard Cholmeley, Knight, late grandfather of the deft. Decree confirms tenants rights, but also makes certain concessions in favour of the deft Lowther.
 
| Plea for retention of customary dues and fines in the manor of Ingleton and Benton als Bentham, Yorks which has been purchased by deft Lowther from deft Cholmeley. Refs previous decree of 23 June 34 Eliz in a similar cause where the deft Richard Cholmeley's father, also Richard Cholmeley, was deft, and the tenantright was confirmed. Defts claim that decree no longer applies as Richard Cholmeley the father was only tenant for life of the estate. Refs also Richard Cholmeley, Knight, late grandfather of the deft. Decree confirms tenants rights, but also makes certain concessions in favour of the deft Lowther.
 
| C78/157, no. 25 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C78no157/IMG_0006.htm]
 
| C78/157, no. 25 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C78no157/IMG_0006.htm]
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|  
 
| ca. 2
 
| ca. 2
| Edward A Barrowe, Honor his wife v George Luttrell.
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| Edward A Barrowe of Sechfield, Hants & Honor his wife v George Luttrell and others (not named).
 
| Estate of Sir John Luttrell, Castle and borough of Dunster, Somerset.
 
| Estate of Sir John Luttrell, Castle and borough of Dunster, Somerset.
 
| C78/150, no. 1 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C78no150/IMG_0085.htm]
 
| C78/150, no. 1 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C78no150/IMG_0085.htm]
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|  
 
|  
 
| 2
 
| 2
| Henry Coles, Thomas Dible v George Luttrell.
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| Henry Coles, Thomas Dible and others (not named) of Kylton, Somerset v George Lutterell.
 
| Leases on property on the manor of Kylton, Somerset. Dispute over the customs of the manor.
 
| Leases on property on the manor of Kylton, Somerset. Dispute over the customs of the manor.
 
| C78/150, no. 4 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C78no150/IMG_0060.htm]
 
| C78/150, no. 4 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C78no150/IMG_0060.htm]
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|  
 
| 2
 
| 2
| Edward Dennys v Robert Carie and Edward Carie.
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| Edward Dennys of Sheriton Fitzpayne, Devon; Hugh Langworthie of Saint Sires Newton, Devon v Robert Carie and Edward Carie.
 
| Estate of Richard Bidwell. Tenements called Gutton, Tripland, Credy and others, in the parishes of Sebrook, Saint Cyres, Newton and Crewys Morchard, Devonshire. Disputed will.
 
| Estate of Richard Bidwell. Tenements called Gutton, Tripland, Credy and others, in the parishes of Sebrook, Saint Cyres, Newton and Crewys Morchard, Devonshire. Disputed will.
 
| C78/150, no. 6 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C78no150/IMG_0045.htm]
 
| C78/150, no. 6 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C78no150/IMG_0045.htm]
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| 26 Apr.
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| 26 April
 
| 2
 
| 2
| Robert Hewett and others (named) v Nicholas Myller.
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| Robert Hewett of Crundall, Kent; Thomas Nott of Sutton, Kent; Thomasyn Philpott of Chartham, Kent, widow, executrix of George Philpott her late husband decd v Nicholas Myller of Wrotham, Kent.
 
| Debts and bonds payable from lands in Petham, Kent.
 
| Debts and bonds payable from lands in Petham, Kent.
 
| C78/157, no. 24 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C78no157/IMG_0010.htm]
 
| C78/157, no. 24 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C78no157/IMG_0010.htm]
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| 1 May
 
| 1 May
 
| 2
 
| 2
| Henry Hubbert of Pentney, Middlesex v Michael Hare.
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| Henry Hubbert of Pentney, Norfolk v Michael Hare.
 
| Bill re trust settlement of lands in Norfolk and Suffolk.
 
| Bill re trust settlement of lands in Norfolk and Suffolk.
 
| C78/160, no. 6 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C78no160/IMG_0019.htm]
 
| C78/160, no. 6 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C78no160/IMG_0019.htm]
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| 2 May
 
| 2 May
 
| 2
 
| 2
| Edward Stanhope v Margaret Lady Stanhope, Sir John Hollis and John France.
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| Edward Stanhope second son of Sir Thomas Stanhope late of Shelford, Notts now decd v Margaret, Lady Stanhope; Sir John Hollis and John Frannces.
 
| Estate of Sir Thomas Stanhope. Property at East Stocke [East Stoke], Nottinghamshire. Disputed sale of lands to George, Earl of Huntingdon.
 
| Estate of Sir Thomas Stanhope. Property at East Stocke [East Stoke], Nottinghamshire. Disputed sale of lands to George, Earl of Huntingdon.
 
| C78/133, no. 22 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C78no133/IMG_0028.htm]
 
| C78/133, no. 22 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C78no133/IMG_0028.htm]
 
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| 2 May
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| Ellys Brame; Richard Shawe; Thomas Shawe; Henry Dowsing; James Watson; Thomas Fulcher; John Greene; Thomas Smyth; William Wilby; Hugh Murrell; John Murrell; Abraham Hyndbeast; William Brome; Thomazen Pulley, widow, copyholders of the manor of Hoohall in Oakley, Suff. v Sir Thomas Cornwallies, lord of the manor and Sir William Cornwallies his son.
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| Ratification of copyhold grants to plt made by Sir Thomas Cornwallis of parcels of Oakley Common.
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| C78/130, no. 13 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C78no130/IMG_0016.htm]
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! 1604
 
| 7 May
 
| 7 May
 
| 2
 
| 2
| Richard Kilcuppe alias Fielde, John Mylward v Richard Farrington, Robert Parkhurste, William Browne.
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| Richard Kilcuppe als Fielde; John Mylward the elder v Richard Farrington; Robert Parkhurste; William Browne.
 
| Bonds due to Edward Elmere of London, linen draper.
 
| Bonds due to Edward Elmere of London, linen draper.
 
| C78/151, no. 13 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C78no151/IMG_0016.htm]
 
| C78/151, no. 13 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C78no151/IMG_0016.htm]
 
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|-
 
 
! 1604
 
| 2 May
 
| 2
 
| Ellys Brame, Richard Shawe, Thomas Shawe, Henry Dowsing, James Watson and nine others, copyholders of the manor of Hoohall in Oakley, Suff. v Sir Thomas Cornwallis, lord of the manor and Sir William Cornwallis his son.
 
| Ratification of copyhold grants to plt made by Sir Thomas Cornwallis of parcels of Oakley Common.
 
| C78/130, no. 13 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C78no130/IMG_0016.htm]
 
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| 10 May
 
| 10 May
 
| 2
 
| 2
| Lewes Pyne and others v Edward Canham and others.
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| Lewes Pyne; Edward Pyne and others (not named), children of Phillip Pyne late of the parish of Eastdowne, Devon decd v Edward Canham, clerk and others (not named).
 
| Bill re payments from trust settlement of lands in Walihanger and Bradnynche, Devon.
 
| Bill re payments from trust settlement of lands in Walihanger and Bradnynche, Devon.
 
| C78/160, no. 7B [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C78no160/IMG_0013.htm]
 
| C78/160, no. 7B [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C78no160/IMG_0013.htm]
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| 14 May
 
| 14 May
 
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| Sir Raphe Conyngesbye v Thomas Harrison.
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| Sir Raphe Conyngesbye of North Myms, Herts, cousin & heir of Humphrey Conyngesbie late of Newbarnes, Herts decd, that is to say son & heir of Sir Henry Conyngesbie decd, elder brother of the said Humphrey Conyngesbie v Thomas Harrison.
 
| Mortgage of messuage and lands of dissolved hospital of St Julyans, Herts.
 
| Mortgage of messuage and lands of dissolved hospital of St Julyans, Herts.
 
| C78/156, no. 23 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C78no156/IMG_0009.htm]
 
| C78/156, no. 23 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C78no156/IMG_0009.htm]
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| 2
 
| 2
 
| Sir John Harpur v William Jackson and Henry Jackson
 
| Sir John Harpur v William Jackson and Henry Jackson
| Dispute arising from the enclosure and partition of the common fields of the manor of Anstenfield. Yorkshire?)
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| Dispute arising from the enclosure and partition of the common fields of the manor of Austenfield. Yorkshire?)
 
| C78/133, no. 23 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C78no133/IMG_0012.htm]
 
| C78/133, no. 23 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C78no133/IMG_0012.htm]
 
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1604 C78/, no. []
1604 20 Jan 1 William Giles, John Brighte, Robert Brighte, Anthony Brighte v Sir Anthony Ashley. Estate of Sir Walter Hungerford: provision for his servants. C78/155, no. 11 [2]
1604 26 Jan 1 John Turbervile of Southwark, Surrey v William Portbury, Richard Warde. Agreement for the conveyance of leases on the Inn called the 'George', borough of Southwark. C78/155, no. 9 [3]
1604 27 Jan 1 John Fulmerston of Thetford, Norfolk v Roberte Cage. Possession of messuage and lands in Stow Bedon, Stoure Beckerton and Rockland All Saints, Norfolk. C78/450, no. 16 [4]
1604 1 Feb 1 John Cawsbie of Chappell Brampton, Northants & Elizabeth his wife; Jonas Tebbott of Molton, Northants & Jone his wife; Amye Coles of Molton, three of the daughters & heirs of George Coles late of Molton decd v Henry Gynsworth. Estate of Thomas Coles, deceased. Farm at Molton, Northamptonshire. Disputed will. C78/154, no. 11 [5]
1604 6 Feb 1 William Symmes als Dorchester v Oliver Francklyn; Peter Francklin and Josua Francklyn, sons of the said Oliver. Disputed lease on the manor of Sutton Lucye, Devon. C78/143, no. 10 [6]
1604 ? 11 Feb 2 ? Thomas Ingram v Andrew Luttrell; Thomas Luttrell; Hugh Luttrell; and James Baker. Estate of Nicholas Luttrell. Manor of Honeybeare and Lilstocke, Somerset. Dispute over a lease to John Ingram, deceased. C78/150, no. 12 [7]
1604 13 Feb 1 William Brooke of Southwarke, Surrey, freemason & Agnes his wife v Francis Smythe, widow, late the wife of Robert Smyth late of Southwarke decd & Robert Smyth son & heir of the said Robert & Francis. Tenement called the Sign of the Cage, Southwark, Surrey. C78/150, no. 11 [8]
1604 17 Feb 1 Cristopher Readman, John Gibson & John Siggeswick of Ingleton, Yorks v Richard Cholmeley & his father in law Gerrard Lowther. Plea for retention of customary dues and fines in the manor of Ingleton and Benton als Bentham, Yorks which has been purchased by deft Lowther from deft Cholmeley. Refs previous decree of 23 June 34 Eliz in a similar cause where the deft Richard Cholmeley's father, also Richard Cholmeley, was deft, and the tenantright was confirmed. Defts claim that decree no longer applies as Richard Cholmeley the father was only tenant for life of the estate. Refs also Richard Cholmeley, Knight, late grandfather of the deft. Decree confirms tenants rights, but also makes certain concessions in favour of the deft Lowther. C78/157, no. 25 [9]
1604 ca. 2 Edward A Barrowe of Sechfield, Hants & Honor his wife v George Luttrell and others (not named). Estate of Sir John Luttrell, Castle and borough of Dunster, Somerset. C78/150, no. 1 [10]
ca, 1604 2 Henry Coles, Thomas Dible and others (not named) of Kylton, Somerset v George Lutterell. Leases on property on the manor of Kylton, Somerset. Dispute over the customs of the manor. C78/150, no. 4 [11]
ca. 1604 2 Edward Dennys of Sheriton Fitzpayne, Devon; Hugh Langworthie of Saint Sires Newton, Devon v Robert Carie and Edward Carie. Estate of Richard Bidwell. Tenements called Gutton, Tripland, Credy and others, in the parishes of Sebrook, Saint Cyres, Newton and Crewys Morchard, Devonshire. Disputed will. C78/150, no. 6 [12]
1604 26 April 2 Robert Hewett of Crundall, Kent; Thomas Nott of Sutton, Kent; Thomasyn Philpott of Chartham, Kent, widow, executrix of George Philpott her late husband decd v Nicholas Myller of Wrotham, Kent. Debts and bonds payable from lands in Petham, Kent. C78/157, no. 24 [13]
1604 1 May 2 Henry Hubbert of Pentney, Norfolk v Michael Hare. Bill re trust settlement of lands in Norfolk and Suffolk. C78/160, no. 6 [14]
1604 2 May 2 Edward Stanhope second son of Sir Thomas Stanhope late of Shelford, Notts now decd v Margaret, Lady Stanhope; Sir John Hollis and John Frannces. Estate of Sir Thomas Stanhope. Property at East Stocke [East Stoke], Nottinghamshire. Disputed sale of lands to George, Earl of Huntingdon. C78/133, no. 22 [15]
1604 2 May 2 Ellys Brame; Richard Shawe; Thomas Shawe; Henry Dowsing; James Watson; Thomas Fulcher; John Greene; Thomas Smyth; William Wilby; Hugh Murrell; John Murrell; Abraham Hyndbeast; William Brome; Thomazen Pulley, widow, copyholders of the manor of Hoohall in Oakley, Suff. v Sir Thomas Cornwallies, lord of the manor and Sir William Cornwallies his son. Ratification of copyhold grants to plt made by Sir Thomas Cornwallis of parcels of Oakley Common. C78/130, no. 13 [16]
1604 7 May 2 Richard Kilcuppe als Fielde; John Mylward the elder v Richard Farrington; Robert Parkhurste; William Browne. Bonds due to Edward Elmere of London, linen draper. C78/151, no. 13 [17]
1604 10 May 2 Lewes Pyne; Edward Pyne and others (not named), children of Phillip Pyne late of the parish of Eastdowne, Devon decd v Edward Canham, clerk and others (not named). Bill re payments from trust settlement of lands in Walihanger and Bradnynche, Devon. C78/160, no. 7B [18]
1604 14 May 2 Sir Raphe Conyngesbye of North Myms, Herts, cousin & heir of Humphrey Conyngesbie late of Newbarnes, Herts decd, that is to say son & heir of Sir Henry Conyngesbie decd, elder brother of the said Humphrey Conyngesbie v Thomas Harrison. Mortgage of messuage and lands of dissolved hospital of St Julyans, Herts. C78/156, no. 23 [19]
1604 14 May 2 Sir John Harpur v William Jackson and Henry Jackson Dispute arising from the enclosure and partition of the common fields of the manor of Austenfield. Yorkshire?) C78/133, no. 23 [20]
1604 15 May 2 William Bonner, Flower his wife v John Dawbney, Thomas Hutchins, William Chubb and Walter Sheppard. Will of Richard Graye. Bequest to Thomas Graye. C78/150, no. 3 [21]
1604 19 May 2 George Ryves, Warden of Saint Mary College, Winton, Oxfordshire v Rt. Hon. Sir Henrie Lea Dispute over forty acres of land of the manor of Bridethome, Buckinghamshire. Also Segars Close C78/495, no. 11 [22]
1604 22 May 2 Elizabeth Grudgfild, Richard Porter, Robert Foxe and others, customary tenants of the manor of South Elmham, Suff. v Dorothy, Lady North and Dudley, Lord North, lord of the manor of South Elmham, William Forthe and Arthur Forthe, gents. Composition between the parties to establish a custom of fixed fines and rights to fell timber. C78/130, no. 12 [23]
1604 9 June 2 Thomas Fracye of Langham, Rut., lab. v Sir Andrew Noell, lord of the manor of Langham. Refusal to admit the plt to a copyhold tenement and two yardlands in Langham: enclosure of the lands by the dft and loss of the plt's common. C78/130, no. 11 [24]
1604 12 June 2 Gregory Ballard, Margery his wife v Thomas Heyes and Richard Henne. Property and a garden at Bewdeley, Worcestershire. Purchased from Sir George Blunt. C78/144, no. 11 [25]
1604 12 June 2 Anthony and Alice Curson v Sir Oliver St John and others (named). Legacy payable from manor of Salford Priors, Warwicks C78/156, no. 22 [26]
1604 12 June 2 William Skeffington v John Harperfield alias Mitton, and Edward Harperfield. Estate of John Mitton of Weston under Lysiarde, Staffordshire. Messuages at Horton, Staffordshire. Also Horton Hall at Hagley and other property at Tamhorne Newton, Staffordshire. C78/135, no. 5 [27]
1604 16 June 2 John Ford v Henry Knevett and Magdalen his wife. Dispute over the lease of a house in Chancery Lane, London. C78/144, no. 9 [28]
1604 19 June 2 Charles Keilwaye gent. and Mary his wife v Thomas Garland, trustee on behalf of Elizabeth Dodsone decd. Performance of a marriage settlement between Elizabeth Dodsone wid. and Andrew Foster whereby covenanted that Dodsone's trustees would pay £100 to Mary Keilwaye on her marriage. C78/114, no. 17 [29]
1604 20 June 2 William Marshall v Christopher Chiborne, William Brighte. Estate of Richard Hurte; manor of Orsett, Essex. C78/151, no. 14 [30]
1604 20 June 2 Isabell, Countess Dowager of Rutland v Roger, Earl of Rutland. Estate of Henry, late Earl of Rutland. Manor of Eckering [Eakring], Nottinghamshire. C78/155, no. 10 [31]
1604 25 June 2 Richard Aldeworth v John Withens and others (named). Tythes payable to parish of Wanting, Berks, from lands in West Locking, formerly payable to Abingdon. C78/156, no. 21 [32]
1604 27 June 2 Margery Payne v Humphrey Cantrell. Estate of John Payne, deceased. Property called 'The Falcon' in the Parish of Saint Sepulchre Without, London. C78/144, no. 12 [33]
1604 27 June 2 Thomas Dalston v John Dalston. Interests in two tenements and lands in Ulton and Dockeray, Cumberland. C78/157, no. 23 [34]
1604 27 June 2 Thomas Wightman (for tenants of Burbage, Leicestershire) v Henry, Earl of Kent and others. Bill (of late) quoting agreement (22 October 37 James I) to surrender and exchange copyholds and enclose part of waste for lord's own use, and alleging difficulties over surrenders of copyholds C78/160, no. 5 [35]
1604 27 June 2 Henry Killinghall v Bartholomew Mathewson, William Lampkin, Richard James and John Kirkeham. Dispute over the ship 'Primrose' of London, owned by Mathewson: purchase of shares in the ship and other transactions. C78/495, no. 1 [36]
1604 30 June 2 Thomas Banckes v John Sheppde The manors of Dadington, Clifton and Hempton, Oxfordshire: the property of the Dean and Chapter of Cathedral of Christ Church Oxford. Clyfton Mill also included. C78/495, no. 10 [37]
1604 7 Oct. 2 James Gray of Cotuam, Alice his wife v Adam Birkdell and Anne his wife. The estate of John Gregory of Clerkenwell, lands in Yorkshire. C78/495, no. 8 [38]
1604 12 Oct. 2 Richard Brewer v John Cowthorpe and others (named). Legacy and debts payable from marriage settlement of lands in Hurstperpound, Sussex. C78/157, no. 22 [39]
1604 16 Oct. 2 Sir William Brereton of Brereton, Ches. v Phillip Lord Wharton and Dorothy his wife, widow of Sir Francis Willoughby, Sir Michael Mollens and Sir Percival Willoughby of Middleton, Warw., who married Bridget, eldest dau. of Sir Francis Willoughby. Debts of Sir Francis Willoughby decd; statutes for money lent by plt and extents of Willoughby's lands. Mortgage of the manor of Smallwood, Ches. and proposed conveyance to plt. C78/113, no. 13 [40]
1604 19 Oct. 2 Thomas Mynn v William Cobb and others (named) Debts payable by will of Elizabeth Mynn from lands in Olde Walsingham, Norfolk and Lyllington, Warwicks C78/450, no. 17 [41]
1604 ? 20 Oct. 2 ? Edward Dennys, Hugh Langworthye v Robert Carie and Edward Carie. Property of Richard Bidwell, in the parishes of Sebrooke, Saint Syres, Newton and Crewys

Morchard, Devonshire. Disputed execution of his will.

C78/147, no. 13 [42]
1604 23 Oct. 2 Nicholas Ashton and others (named) v Symon Lenton. Arrears of rent from lease of lands in Aldwinde, Northants C78/320, no. 8 [43]
1604 27 Oct. 2 Ellyn Fisher v Henry Fisher, George Aishborne and others (named). Estate of Thomas Fisher, deceased. Provision of portions for his children from the manor of Weeke, Wiltshire. C78/136, no. 10 [44]
1604 29 Oct. 2 John Feltham the elder v Robert Kettle & others. Title to forfeited copyhold lands in the manor of Vettles (No County given). C78/319, no. 18 [45]
1604 29 Oct. 2 Margaret Coleman v Edward Coleman Lands at Twiford, disputed marriage settlement. C78/495, no. 9 [46]
1604 31 Oct. 2 John Woode and another (named) v John Shelton. Debts in connection with recovery of incumbency of parsonage of Winterflowe, Wilts. C78/156, no. 20 [47]
1604 2 Nov. 2 Sir Edward Seymour, Baron Beauchampe and Earl of Hertford v John Bartram. Dispute involving the late Francis Newdigate over the manor of Littleton, Middlesex. C78/136, no. 11 [48]
1604 9 Nov. 2 John Jacobb v George Hull and another (named). Title to copyhold tenements in Tolpuddle, Dorset. C78/162, no. 13 [49]
1604 15 Nov. 2 Robert Pyncke v Peter Carleman and others. Dispute over land at Riplington, Parish of East Meane, Hants. C78/144, no. 8 [50]
1604 15 Nov. 2 The Hospital of Saint Katherines, Middlesex v Robert Livesey and Gabrial Livesey. Dispute over a property called 'Dandeley' , Isle of Sheppey, Kent C78/147, no. 12 [51]
1604 19 Nov. 2 Thomas Brockalls v Henry Eyry, Provost of Queens College, Oxford, Sybil Burges, Edmond Francklyn and others. Estate of William Burges, property at Garsington, Oxfordshire. C78/151, no. 12 [52]
1604 20 Nov. 2 Thomas Saunders, Thomas Thatcher, John Milmore, William Prestwood, Alice Lovelack, and Frisewood Thatcher v. Edmond Wiseman esq. Dispute arising from the enclosure of the common land of the Berkshire manor of Wolston. C78/144, no. 7 [53]
1604 20 Nov. 2 Edward Raynsford v John Logan and Robert Logan. Dispute over pasture at Michell Tew, Devonshire. C78/151, no. 11 [54]
1604 20 Nov. 2 Francis Fulford, Elizabeth his wife v Francis Asheley, William Bond, Jeremye Harvye. Estate of the late Barnard Samwaies: messuages called Reme, Carrantes and Chantry Lands, Winterborne Saint Martin and other towns in Dorset. C78/155, no. 8 [55]
1604 21 Nov. 2 William Paston v Sir Henrie Woodhouse & others (named). Arrears of rent due after exchanges of lands in Bacton, Paston and Edingthorpe, Norfolk. C78/318, no. 7 [56]
1604 22 Nov. 2 Thomas Atwood, Agnes Rotheram v Sir John Rotheram. Estate and will of George Rotheram. Dispute over an annuity. C78/144, no. 3 [57]
1604 22 Nov. 2 Thomas Sabbe v Thomas Wightman. Estate of Robert Church of Greene, deceased. C78/151, no. 7 [58]
1604 26 Nov. 2 Thomas Gerrard v Edward Elliot, Alice his wife. Projected marriage of Alice Elliot, disputed portion. C78/143, no. 19 [59]
1604 26 Nov. 2 Robert Bathurst gentleman v Reynold Nicholas and Francis Clampard. Dispute over an extent of the manor of Lechlade, Gloucestershire. Also several statutes for debt. C78/144, no. 10 [60]
1604 26 Nov. 2 John and Richard Milner v John Owen and another (named). Possession of lease of lands in Abington, Cambs. C78/227, no. 15 [61]
1604 1 Dec. 2 Robert Snagge v Thomas Snagge, Sir Edward Ratcliffe and Thomas Saunders. Dispute over the manor of Marston Mortayne, Bedfordshire, also the parsonage of

Marston Mortayne, partly owned by Thomas Hynton.

C78/147, no. 11 [62]