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| Debt on an obligation:  £6; Penal Bond; undefended; (21s damages)
 
| Debt on an obligation:  £6; Penal Bond; undefended; (21s damages)
 
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| Thomas Balden
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| John Pocock
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| Indebitatus Assumpsit:  a hiring to thick, scour, and burl broadecloth for 6s8d; undefended; inquest of damages; verdict for 33s, costs of 4d; increment of £4
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| KB27/1676, m.  94  [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT2/C1/KB27no1676/aKB27no1676fronts/IMG_0177.htm]
 
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! 1642
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| Trin
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| Kent
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| George Dennys, executor with a certain Nicholas Miller, armiger, of Thomas Terrey de Shoreham, yeoman
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| John Best de Sutton Athone, yeoman
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| Debt on an obligation:  £60; Penal Bond
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| KB27/1676, m.  92  [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT2/C1/KB27no1676/aKB27no1676fronts/IMG_0173.htm]
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! Year !! Term !! County !! Plaintiff !! Defendant !! Details !! Reference !!
 
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! 1642
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| Trin
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| Kent
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| Thomas Ibbott
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| George Polley, armiger; John Wouldham; Richard Baker; John Due; Robert Willis; James Styles; and Richard Waller
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| Trespass:  breach of close:  Hoppers Deane in Shoreham; coal; demurrer
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| KB27/1676, m.  91  [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT2/C1/KB27no1676/aKB27no1676fronts/IMG_0171.htm], d[http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT2/C1/KB27no1676/bKB27no1676dorses/IMG_1552.htm]
 
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| Trespass:  breach of close in Bradbourne
 
| Trespass:  breach of close in Bradbourne
 
| KB27/1676, m.  51 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT2/C1/KB27no1676/aKB27no1676fronts/IMG_0099.htm]
 
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! 1642
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| Trin
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| Kent
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| Josias Jeffery (Lessor:  David Wooddie)
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| John Checksell
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| Ejectment:  in Brenchley; verdict for damages of 4d, costs of 40s; increment of £5
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| KB27/1676, m.  95  [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT2/C1/KB27no1676/aKB27no1676fronts/IMG_0179.htm]
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! 1642
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| Trin
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| Monm
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| William Jones
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| John Thomas de Llanbrenach, Brecon, gent
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| Debt on an obligation:  £3/3/-; undefended; (40s damages)
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| KB27/1676, m.  99  [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT2/C1/KB27no1676/aKB27no1676fronts/IMG_0186.htm]
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! 1642
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| Trin
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| Monm
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| William Jones
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| John Thomas de Llanbrenach, Brecon, gent
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| Debt on an obligation:  £40; undefended; (21s damages)
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| KB27/1676, m.  99  [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT2/C1/KB27no1676/aKB27no1676fronts/IMG_0186.htm]
 
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! 1642
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| Trin
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| Sussex
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| Thomas Markwick
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| John Pocock
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| Indebitatus Assumpsit:  an account insimul for divers merchandise with arrears of £9/11/6; undefended; inquest of damages.  With no enrollment of a verdict, in Hilary Term, 20 Charles I, acknowledgment of full satisfaction.
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| KB27/1676, m.  93  [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT2/C1/KB27no1676/aKB27no1676fronts/IMG_0175.htm]
 
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| Ejectment:  in Long Compton; verdict with damages of 1d, costs of 53s4d; judgment omitted
 
| Ejectment:  in Long Compton; verdict with damages of 1d, costs of 53s4d; judgment omitted
 
| KB27/1676, m.  24 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT2/C1/KB27no1676/aKB27no1676fronts/IMG_0047.htm]
 
| KB27/1676, m.  24 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT2/C1/KB27no1676/aKB27no1676fronts/IMG_0047.htm]
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! 1642
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| Trin
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| Monm
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| William Prichard
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| Nicholas Moore, armiger, lately sheriff of Monmouthshire
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| Debt on an Escape:  £9/8/4; non debet
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| KB27/1676, m.  98  [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT2/C1/KB27no1676/aKB27no1676fronts/IMG_0184.htm]
 
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| Trespass on the Case:  John Devey and John Beddous intended a foot race from Upton Field Gate in Upton to Lee Greene in Le Hall; Isaac Allen and Thomas Smyth entered into a wager to be placed in the hands of William Stockhall; race did not take place
 
| Trespass on the Case:  John Devey and John Beddous intended a foot race from Upton Field Gate in Upton to Lee Greene in Le Hall; Isaac Allen and Thomas Smyth entered into a wager to be placed in the hands of William Stockhall; race did not take place
 
| KB27/1676, m.  41 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT2/C1/KB27no1676/aKB27no1676fronts/IMG_0079.htm]
 
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| Trin
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| Kent
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| Henry Soman
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| Mathew Allen
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| Indebitatus Assumpsit:  3 mares, a wagon, 5 horse harnesses, a cart with wheels, a stack of straw, a colt, a pile of hop poles for £20/9/-; undefended; inquest of damages
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| KB27/1676, m.  97  [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT2/C1/KB27no1676/aKB27no1676fronts/IMG_0183.htm]
 
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| Trespass:  assault in London; self defence
 
| Trespass:  assault in London; self defence
 
| KB27/1676, m.  19 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT2/C1/KB27no1676/aKB27no1676fronts/IMG_0023.htm]
 
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! 1642
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| Trin
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| Monm
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| Robert Watkyn
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| Richard Roberts & Matilda his wife
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| Trespass:  assault in Abergavenny; verdict for 6d, costs of 40s; increment of £5
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| KB27/1676, m.  100  [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT2/C1/KB27no1676/aKB27no1676fronts/IMG_0188.htm]
 
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| Indebitatus Assumpsit: 30s for a demicaster and band and a 12s loan
 
| Indebitatus Assumpsit: 30s for a demicaster and band and a 12s loan
 
| KB27/1676, m.  16 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT2/C1/KB27no1676/aKB27no1676fronts/IMG_0016.htm]
 
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| Trin
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| Kent
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| Thomas Weller
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| Richard Austen
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| Indebitatus Assumpsit:  undertaking to pay all Richard's debts in return for conveyance of land and surrender of all possessions except the wearing apparel of Richard, his wife and children
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| KB27/1676, m.  96  [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT2/C1/KB27no1676/aKB27no1676fronts/IMG_0181.htm]
 
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Revision as of 19:14, 1 July 2019


Modern Index for KB27/1676-1678, arranged by plaintiff (not including fines or Rex roll)
By Robert C. Palmer


Picture of roll KB27/1676: Link[1]
Picture of roll KB27/1677: Link[2]
Picture of roll KB27/1678: Link[3]

Search this index by using the Control-F function.

Under Construction: KB27/1676: started July 1, 2019 (day 3) on m. 54 fronts


Contents

A

£

Year Term County Plaintiff Defendant Details Reference
1642 Trin Staffs Humfrey Alden George Swan & Elizabeth his wife Trespass: breach of close: The Backside alias Neerer Croft and Further Croft in Bridgford; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1676, m. 79 [4]


B

£

Year Term County Plaintiff Defendant Details Reference
1642 Trin Som Mathew Baker Mary Burridge de Over Stratton in South Petherton, spinster Debt on an obligation: £6; Penal Bond; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1676, m. 28 [5]
1642 Trin Kent Thomas Balden John Pocock Indebitatus Assumpsit: a hiring to thick, scour, and burl broadecloth for 6s8d; undefended; inquest of damages; verdict for 33s, costs of 4d; increment of £4 KB27/1676, m. 94 [6]
1642 Trin Suff Michael Barnes Robert Mickleburgh de Hales, Norf Debt on an obligation: £50; undefended; (23s4d damages) KB27/1676, m. 90 [7]
1642 Trin Norf Milicent Bewinge, widow, administrtrix of Henry Bewinge, lately her husband Stephen Carver de Horsford, Norf, cleric Debt on an obligation: £12; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1676, m. 46 [8]
1642 Trin Som Marmaduke Bennett Robert Chicke of Ashill, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £20; Penal Bond; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1676, m. 29 [9]
1642 Trin Derbs Robert Bybbie John Tayleur de Horsedghall, Lancs, gent; James Baker de Royton, Lancs, husbandman; Robert Rothill de Royton, Lancs, husbandman; and Thomas Chippinge de Royton, husbandman Trespass KB27/1676, m. - [10]
1642 Trin Derbs Katherine Blackshawe John Henshawe alias Fogg de Whitebottom, husbandman Indebitatus Assumpsit: marriage agreement for a marriage between John and Katherine, in which John promised to pay Katherine £20 if he did not marry her before a certain date KB27/1676, m. - [11]
1642 Trin Derbs John Bretland, a clerk assigned to hold pleas in King's Bench Edweard Foard de Whaley Bridge, yeoman Indebitatus Assumpsit: an account insimul with arrears of £4/3/5 KB27/1676, m. - [12]
1642 Trin Derbs Edmund Browne Thomas Cawdell de Reddich, Lancs, husbandman Trespass: assault in Glossop KB27/1676, m. - [13]
1642 Trin Norf Hugh Browne, gent John Osborne, gent Trespass: breach of close in East Dereham; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1676, m. 67 [14]
1642 Trin Norf Edmund Bullock, armiger Robert Jenny Indebitatus Assumpsit: a lease for £14 of all houses and lands in Shipdham devised to Edmund by Michael Bullock of Shipdham except those lands surrendered to the use of Thomas Platfoote; paid to appointee KB27/1676, m. 65 [15]
1642 Trin Leics Richard Bullymer William Dracott de Garthorpe, Leics, husbandman Debt on an obligation: £8; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1676, m. 32 [16]
1642 Trin (Staffs) German Buxton, gent, a clerk of Robert Henley and Samuel Wightwick, armigers, chief clerks of King's Bench William Houlden de Ridgley, yeoman Supplicavit on a King's Bench judgment in Debt for £3/17/8 plus 21s damages for detention and costs KB27/1676, m. 53 [17]
1642 Trin (Derbs) Robert Buxton Hugh Waddy de Grindlow, husbandman Supplicavit on a King's Bench judgment in Debt for £17 plus 21s damages for detention and costs KB27/1676, m. 53 [18]


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£

Year Term County Plaintiff Defendant Details Reference
1642 Trin Essex Alice Canham, widow Robert Farrington; and Thomas Shynn Trespass: breach of close: The Mansion House and The Yard in Maningtree; warrant of Common Pleas to them as sheriff's bailiffs; verdict for damages of 15s, costs of 40s; increment of £7 KB27/1676, m. 71 [19], d[20]
1642 Trin Norf Alice Capes, widow Henry Henby Trespass: breach of close: Hookes & Pigeons; and Haymers at Hoe; and then Hill Close in Hoe; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1676, m. 67 [21]
1642 Trin Notts Nicholas Castledine George Lambe de Orston, Notts,blacksmith Debt on an obligation: £24; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1676, m. 81 [22]
1642 Trin Suff James Caston, gent, a clerk of Robert Henley and Samuel Wightwick, armigers, chief clerks of King's Bench Richard Allyn Indebitatus Assumpsit: Jonas Tumner defaulted on a penal bond of £6 to secure the payment of a debt of £3. Caston sued for the penalty amount in King's Bench under Bill of Middlesex procedure (described in detail), and Allyn promised to pay original debt plus costs to that point to prevent the arrest of Tumner (thus £3 plus 10s) KB27/1676, m. 22 [23], d[24]
1642 Trin Suff James Caston, gent, a clerk of Robert Henley and Samuel Wightwick, armigers, chief clerks of King's Bench John Smythe Supplicavit on a King's Bench judgment in Trespass on the Case for £71/3/4 KB27/1676, m. 23 [25]
1642 Trin Derbs John Chadwicke Robert Holt de Lower Place, Lancs, yeoman; Richard Romsbotham de Romsbottom, yeoman; Robert Chadwicke de Dunnisbooth (?), yeoman & Jane his wife; and John Armwood de Croshall, yeoman Trespass: assault in Glossop KB27/1676, m. - [26]
1642 Trin (Suff) Thomas Chapman Nicholas Clarke de Eye, woolen draper Supplicavit on a King's Bench judgment in Debt for £6 plus 21s damages for detention and costs KB27/1676, m. 73 [27]
1642 Trin Suff James Clarke Edward Gilde Indebitatus Assumpsit: 20 firkins of butter at 10s per firkin and 10 pounds of tobacco KB27/1676, m. 89 [28]
1642 Trin Som John Clarke, executor of James Clarke, lately his father Leonard Witheman Indebitatus Assumpsit: £7; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1676, m. 31 [29]
1642 Trin Notts Gervase Clifton, knight and baronet George Gunthorpe de Hickling, Notts, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £60; undefended; (23s4d damages) KB27/1676, m. 78 [30]
1642 Trin Notts Gervase Clifton, knight and baronet Thomas Hall de Cortlingstock Debt on an obligation: £100; undefended; (25s damages) KB27/1676, m. 80 [31]
1642 Trin Notts Gervase Clifton, knight and baronet William Welch de Willoughby on the Wolds, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £60; undefended; (23s4d damages) KB27/1676, m. 80 [32]
1642 Trin Derbs William Cockayne, jr Nicholas Hurt de Knyveton, Derbs, gent Trespass: assault in Ashbourne; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1676, m. 54 [33]
1642 Trin Suff William Coleman, gent, administrator of Francis Muriel de Bardwell, gent, during the minority of Elizabeth Muriell and Ann Muriell with nuncupative will annexed Nicholas Clarke de Eye, woolen draper Debt on an obligation: £30; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1676, m. 72 [34]
1642 Trin Norf John Cooper, gent John Barnes Indebitatus Assumpsit: 50s loan; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1676, m. 47 [35]
1642 Trin Derbs Thomas Cottrell Arthur Slacke de Buxton, yeoman; William Barber de Thornsett Fields, yeoman; Henry Hyde de Shallcross, yeoman; and George Lingard de Chapel Milne, yeoman Trespass: breach of close in Glossop KB27/1676, m. - [36]
1642 Trin London Richard Coventrey Edward Parratt de Cambridge, Cambs, sadler Indebitatus Assumpsit: £7/18/- for divers merchandise KB27/1676, m. 18 [37]
1642 Trin Derbs Richard Crichlawe Lawrence Cottam de Claughton, Lancs, yeoman Trespass: assault in Glossop KB27/1676, m. - [38]


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£

Year Term County Plaintiff Defendant Details Reference
1642 Trin Notts Roger Dame Roger Warde de Radford, Notts, husbandman Debt on an obligation: £8; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1676, m. 75 [39]
1642 Trin Leics Thomas Danford alias Davenport & Dorothy his wife, administrators of John Averne de Hinckley, Leics, mercer Henry Thame Indebitatus Assumpsit: £5 KB27/1676, m. 25 [40]
1642 Trin London Anthony Dearing John Arwaker, chapman Indebitatus Assumpsit: account for debts from sales of stockings with arrears of £54, of which £14/16/6 has been satisfied KB27/1676, m. 17 [41]
1642 Trin Kent George Dennys, executor with a certain Nicholas Miller, armiger, of Thomas Terrey de Shoreham, yeoman John Best de Sutton Athone, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £60; Penal Bond KB27/1676, m. 92 [42]
1642 Trin Berks John Dewell, gent Michael Molyns de Clapcott, Berks Indebitatus Assumpsit: cloth (detailed) for £30/3/8 KB27/1676, m. 3 [43], d[44]
1642 Trin Yorks Jaques Dint, gent Thomas Winder de Croole, Lincs Indebitatus Assumpsit: an account insimul with arrears of £21/-/12 KB27/1676, m. 15 [45]
1642 Trin Nottingham Griffin Divall (of Nottingham), gent Edward Marsh (de Horncastle), armiger Debt on a lease the impropriated chapel in Maryn on Hill by Horncastle: £41; undefended; (40s damages) KB27/1676, m. 34 [46]
1642 Trin Som George Dunn Francis Hendey Indebitatus Assumpsit: all the hemp growing in a close called Pitt Furlong in Seavington Abbots for 50s; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1676, m. 30 [47]


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£

Year Term County Plaintiff Defendant Details Reference
1642 Trin Som Phillip, earl of Pembroke and Montgomery; John,lord Pawlet; Robert Gorden, knight and baronet; and Robert Pre, knight, executors of Lady Frances, duchess dowager of Richmond and Lenox Marmaduke Clarke de Southarpe in South Petherton, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £240; undefended; (26s8d damages) KB27/1676, m. 27 [48]
1642 Trin Middx Walter Edge, gent, a clerk of Robert Henley and Samuel Wightwick, armigers, chief clerks of King's Bench William Johnson Debt on a hiring as attorney (fee of 3s/4d per term plus costs): £8/2/8; undefended; verdict with damages of 12d, costs of 20s; increment of £6 KB27/1676, m. 76 [49]
1642 Trin Suff Anthony Elge William Coleman Trespass: assault in Beccles; self defence KB27/1676, m. 84 [50]


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£

Year Term County Plaintiff Defendant Details Reference
1642 Trin London Robert Faireberd John Balden de London, gent Trespass: assault in London KB27/1676, m. 19 [51]
1642 Trin Suff Richard Fasset Nicholas Dawes alias Dause de Mendham, Suff, sherman Debt on an obligation: £6; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1676, m. 86 [52]
1642 Trin London Edmund Fisher, armiger Edmund Fletcher de London, innholder Indebitatus Assumpsit: £25 for hay KB27/1676, m. 17 [53]
1642 Trin Leics Edward Flemyng Anthony Robinson, cleric Indebitatus Assumpsit: 7 yards of black stitched mohair for 3s6d and other cloth, buttons, etc (detailed) for a total of £5/5/9; undefended; inquest of damages; verdict for damages of £6/10/-, costs of 2d; increment of £4 KB27/1676, m. 60 [54], d[55]
1642 Trin Derbs Edward Fowler Nicholas Hurt de Atlow, Derbs, genbt Debt on an account insimul: £3/4/-; undefended; (40s damages) KB27/1676, m. 51 [56]
1642 Trin Derbs Edward Fowler George Walker de River, Derbs, gent Debt on a loan and a purchase of cloth: £5/5/5 and £4/5/5; undefended; (40s damages) KB27/1676, m. 52 [57]


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£

Year Term County Plaintiff Defendant Details Reference
1642 Trin Notts Thomas Gamble Thomas Threves, administrator of John Gamble de Radcliff on Trent, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £40; Penal Bond; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1676, m. 81 [58]
1642 Trin Suff Henry Goodwyn John Berrie alias Berry of Thebberton, Suff, husbandman Debt on an obligation and a loan: 40s; undefended; (40s damages) KB27/1676, m. 87 [59]
1642 Trin London Peter Griffyn Roger Barton de St Mary Savoy or The Strand, victualer Trespass: assault in London KB27/1676, m. 18 [60]


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£

Year Term County Plaintiff Defendant Details Reference
1642 Trin Derbs George Hallowes Phillip Jackson de Stanshope in Alstonefield, Staffs, gent; and William Jackson alias Wilhelm Jackson, son and heir of said Phillip de Stanshope, gent Debt on an obligation: £57; undefended; (24s damages) KB27/1676, m. 38 [61]
1642 Trin Sussex Thomas Hartley William Drewe de Trotton, Sussex, yeoman Trespass: breach of close: in Trotton; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1676, m. 1 [62]
1642 Trin Sussex Thomas Hartley William Smyth de Trotton, Sussex, yeoman Trespass: breach of close: in Trotton; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1676, m. 2 [63]
1642 Trin Derbs Elizeus Haslome John Symonds de Rochdale, Lancs, mercer; John Tayler de Rochdale, husbandman; James Whittaker de Rochdale, husbandman; and Reginald Yelley de Rochdale, husbandman Trespass: assault in Glossop KB27/1676, m. - [64]
1642 Trin London Joan Hatcher, widow James Pickering, citizen and fishmonger of London (aborted) KB27/1676, m. 90 [65]
1642 Trin Derbs Hamnet Hyde, armiger Edward Shawe de Hide, Ches, yeoman Indebitatus Assumpsit: £60 for a demise for a term of lives KB27/1676, m. - [66]
1642 Trin Derbs Nicholas Hibbert William Boardman de Karsay, Lancs, yeoman Defamation: "Thow art a thief and hast stolen three fustian ends of me." KB27/1676, m. - [67]
1642 Trin Derbs Christofer Horton, armiger, sheriff of Derbyshire Robert Ridgway de Aspinshaw, Derbs, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £400; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1676, m. 50 [68]
1642 Trin Derbs Christofer Horton, armiger, sheriff of Derbyshire Anthony Shore de Chapel, Derbs, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £400; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1676, m. 50 [69]
1642 Trin Derbs Thomas Hunt, gent Timothy Greenewood, gent, a clerk of Robert Henley and Samuel Wightwick, armigers, chief clerks of King's Bench Indebitatus Assumpsit: 4 to have plaintiff stay a suit against defendant's mother KB27/1676, m. 54 [70], d[71]
1642 Trin Kent John Huwes, gent John Bishopp, executor of Robert Bishopp de Little Chart, carpenter Debt on a lease of The Great Hooke, the Half Acre, The Long Meadow, and The Wood in Little Chart: £10/10/-; undefended; (41s damages) KB27/1676, m. 20 [72]


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£

Year Term County Plaintiff Defendant Details Reference
1642 Trin Kent Thomas Ibbott George Polley, armiger; John Wouldham; Richard Baker; John Due; Robert Willis; James Styles; and Richard Waller Trespass: breach of close: Hoppers Deane in Shoreham; coal; demurrer KB27/1676, m. 91 [73], d[74]
1642 Trin Derbs Silvester Ingham William Clarkson de Lancaster, cordwainer Trespass on the Case: cheating at a card game called "le cutt" (?) KB27/1676, m. - [75]


J

£

Year Term County Plaintiff Defendant Details Reference
1642 Trin Derbs Richard James; John Mellor; Thomas Mellor; Henry Mellor; and Robert James Thomas Willis de Bradborne, husbandmand Trespass: breach of close in Bradbourne KB27/1676, m. 51 [76]
1642 Trin Kent Josias Jeffery (Lessor: David Wooddie) John Checksell Ejectment: in Brenchley; verdict for damages of 4d, costs of 40s; increment of £5 KB27/1676, m. 95 [77]
1642 Trin Monm William Jones John Thomas de Llanbrenach, Brecon, gent Debt on an obligation: £3/3/-; undefended; (40s damages) KB27/1676, m. 99 [78]
1642 Trin Monm William Jones John Thomas de Llanbrenach, Brecon, gent Debt on an obligation: £40; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1676, m. 99 [79]


K

£

Year Term County Plaintiff Defendant Details Reference
1642 Trin Sussex Robert Kempe Thomas Reade Trespass: assault in Warbleton, and imprisonment KB27/1676, m. 42 [80]


L

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1642 Trin Norf John Lane John Finch & Mary his wife Indebitatus Assumpsit: an account insimul with arrears of a total of £3/16/5 for cloth (detailed in part) KB27/1676, m. 66 [81]
1642 Trin Suff William Larling Reginald Francis de Swaffham, cooper Debt on an obligation: £8; Penal Bond; non est factum; verdict for damages of 1s, costs of 40s; increment of £5 KB27/1676, m. 69 [82]
1642 Trin Leics Isabel Latham, widow John Smyth de Wickham, yeoman / gent Debt on an obligation: £10; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1676, m. 32 [83]
1642 Trin Notts Gervase Lee, armiger William Greene de Norwell, Notts, yeoman Trespass: breach of close: Woodhouse Hurst alias Woodhouse Hurst Springe in Norwell; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1676, m. 79 [84]
1642 Trin Derbs Samuel Lees Ralph Haslome de Ratchdale, Lancs, husbandman Indebitatus Assumpsit: a yoke of oxen for £9/10/- KB27/1676, m. - [85]
1642 Trin Derbs Francis, lord Deyncourt Bennett Vougham de Holmsfield, Derbs, husbandman Debt on an obligation: £5; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1676, m. 55 [86]
1642 Trin Suff Roger Lowdall, gent Robert Browne, gent, lately alderman of Bury St Edmunds and warden of that jail Trespass on the Case: Escape; demurrer KB27/1676, m. 70 [87], d[88]


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1642 Trin Sussex Thomas Markwick John Pocock Indebitatus Assumpsit: an account insimul for divers merchandise with arrears of £9/11/6; undefended; inquest of damages. With no enrollment of a verdict, in Hilary Term, 20 Charles I, acknowledgment of full satisfaction. KB27/1676, m. 93 [89]
1642 Trin Suff Edmund Mayhew George Farrington de Bredfield, Suff, gent Debt on an obligation: £16; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1676, m. 21 [90]
1642 Trin Som Robert Merefield John Haninge, jr, Furland in Crewkerne, Som, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £20; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1676, m. 26 [91]
1642 Trin Som Robert Merefield John Haninge, jr, Furland in Crewkerne, Som, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £20; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1676, m. 26 [92]
1642 Trin Sussex Thomas Mills, armiger Richard Smyth de Hardam Conversion sur Trover: a cow, price of 100s; undefended; inquest of damages: verdict for 60s, costs of 10s; increment of £3/10/- KB27/1676, m. 2 [93]
1642 Trin Leics Henry Mitton, armiger Thomas Hoyes Trespass: breach of close: Sysonby Close in Sysonby in Melton Mowbray; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1676, m. 61 [94], d[95]
1642 Trin Leics Henry Mitton, armiger James Shallcrosse Trespass: breach of close: The Ladies Meadow in Melton Mowbray; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1676, m. 59 [96]
1642 Trin Leics Henry Mitton, armiger James Shallcrosse Trespass: breach of close: a meadow called Scawcie Nooke in West Field in Melton Mowbray; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1676, m. 64 [97]
1642 Trin Leics Henry Miton, armiger Anthony Stokes Trespass: breach of close: a meadow called Scawcie Nooke in West Field in Melton Mowbray; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1676, m. 56 [98]
1642 Trin Leics Henry Mitton, armiger Anthony Stokes Trespass: breach of close: a meadow called Scawcie Nooke in West Field in Melton Mowbray; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1676, m. 56 [99], d[100]
1642 Trin Leics Henry Mitton, armiger Henry Trigge Debt on a lease of Sysonby Close and of the Hall Close in Melton Mowbray: £100; non debet KB27/1676, m. 33 [101]
1642 Trin Leics Henry Mitton, armiger Henry Trigge Account: as bailiff of his manor of Melton Mowbray KB27/1676, m. 63 [102]
1642 Trin Leics Henry Mitton, armiger William Trigge Trespass: breach of close: Sysonby Close in Sysonby in Melton Mowbray; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1676, m. 61 [103]
1642 Trin Leics Henry Mitton, armiger Henry Trigge Trespass: breach of close: Sysonby Close in Melton Mowbray; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1676, m. 59 [104]
1642 Trin Leics Henry Mitton, armiger, one of the gentlemen of the private chamber of King Charles I Thomas Willcockes Defamation: "He is a forsworn man and a dishonest man and a petty gentleman." KB27/1676, m. 62 [105]


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1642 Trin Derbs John Osborne, gent John Lowe de Denby, gent Debt on an obligation: £16; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1676, m. 38 [106]
1642 Trin Notts William Osborne Richard Bate de Mansfield in Sherwood, gent or of Little Chester, Derbs, gent Debt on an obligation: £4; Penal Bond; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1676, m. 75 [107]


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1642 Trin Derbs Richard Pattison Richard Browne de Newcastle upon Tyne, brewer; John Browne de Newcastle upon Tyne, mariner; and George Milborne de North Shields, Northumb, gent Trespass: taking of goods and chattels KB27/1676, m. - [108]
1642 Trin Derbs Richard Pattison Timothy Newton de Newcastle upon Tyne, plumber; and Thomas Middleton de Sedgfield, Durham, yeoman Trespass: assault in Glossop, and imprisonment KB27/1676, m. - [109]
1642 Trin Suff Edward Pells Henry Todd of Great Yarmouth, Norf, gent Debt on an obligation: £7; Penal Bond; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1676, m. 85 [110]
1642 Trin Essex John Pettyward Humfrey Glascocke de Sevington, Hants Indebitatus Assumpsit: £5/5/- for outlays KB27/1676, m. - [111]
1642 Trin Derbs Thomas Pym Robert Storer alias Mellor de Ireton Wood, yeoman Trespass: breach of close: Watfield in Itherich Hay; a pedestrian right of way from the close to the common called Holland Ward; insufficient repair of a gate; verdict for damages beyond the path: 2d; costs of 53s4d; increment of £4/6/8 KB27/1676, m. 48 [112], d[113]
1642 Trin Notts Richard Porter Brian Wheatley de Bingham, Notts, yeoman Trespass: breach of close: Hades in Bingham and Marsh Close; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1676, m. 74 [114]
1642 Trin Leics Nathaniel Potter; and James Slacke, executors of William Noble Robert Bunnys de Waltam (Waltham or Walton?), Leics, gent Debt on an obligation: £16; (no plea) KB27/1676, m. 57 [115]
1642 Trin Warw Stephen Power (Lessor: Mary Harris de Long Compton, Warw, widow Ejectment: in Long Compton; verdict with damages of 1d, costs of 53s4d; judgment omitted KB27/1676, m. 24 [116]
1642 Trin Monm William Prichard Nicholas Moore, armiger, lately sheriff of Monmouthshire Debt on an Escape: £9/8/4; non debet KB27/1676, m. 98 [117]


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1642 Trin Derbs Richard Ramsbotham Richard Rawstrone de Tottington, Lancs, woolen webster Defamation: "Thow art a bankrupt rogue and a thief." KB27/1676, m. - [118]
1642 Trin London Salomon Richardson John Lenthall de London, knight; Nicholas Harman de London, armiger; and Edward Cox de London, tailor Trespass: assault in London, and imprisonment KB27/1676, m. 18 [119]
1642 Trin Beds John Russell; and Henry Smyth, executors of John Smyth John Turney de Ampthill, innholder & Sara his wife (Sara, lately wife of John Fletcher) Indebitatus Assumpsit: 69s/10d owed by Sara to Smyth for malt KB27/1676, m. - [120]


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1642 Trin Derbs Richard Saunders & Jane his wife Henry Tomlinson de Parwich, webster & Alice his wife; John Brownson of the same, tailor; and Thomas Alsopp of the same, husbandman Trespass: assault in Bradbourne, and imprisonment; self defence; verdict for damages of £3/6/8, costs of 53s4d; increment of £4/6/8 KB27/1676, m. 49 [121], d[122]
1642 Trin Staffs James Scott & Elizabeth his wife, lately Elizabeth Coke, spinster William Amery de Marchington in Hanbury, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £20; Penal Bond KB27/1676, m. 82 [123]
1642 Trin Rutl John Smith William Hacke, administrator of Roger Hacke de Whissondine, Rutl, yeoman, lately his father Debt on an obligation: £80; plene administravit KB27/1676, m. 58 [124]
1642 Trin Salop Thomas Smyth William Stockhall Trespass on the Case: John Devey and John Beddous intended a foot race from Upton Field Gate in Upton to Lee Greene in Le Hall; Isaac Allen and Thomas Smyth entered into a wager to be placed in the hands of William Stockhall; race did not take place KB27/1676, m. 41 [125]
1642 Trin Kent Henry Soman Mathew Allen Indebitatus Assumpsit: 3 mares, a wagon, 5 horse harnesses, a cart with wheels, a stack of straw, a colt, a pile of hop poles for £20/9/-; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1676, m. 97 [126]
1642 Trin Notts Roland Somersall Richard Wilde, gent; Richard Walker; and Thomas Crookes Trespass: assault in Bingham, and imprisonment KB27/1676, m. 77 [127]
1642 Trin Norf Augustine Sotherton, knight William Brierton Trespass: breach of close: Bulgrave Common containing ca. 100 acres extending from The Gravel Pit to Gallow Hill in Taverham KB27/1676, m. 44 [128]
1642 Trin Norf Augustine Sotherton, knight William Brierton Trespass: breach of close: Bulgrave Common containing ca. 100 acres extending from The Gravel Pit to Gallow Hill in Taverham KB27/1676, m. 45 [129]
1642 Trin Derbs Richard Spicer, cleric Robert Annable de Hognaston, Derbs, yeoman Indebitatus Assumpsit: a piece of land inn Hognaston for 57s6d KB27/1676, m. 52 [130]
1642 Trin Notts Christofer Stevenson Roger Bayliffe & Dorothy his wife; Richard Bennett; Elizabeth Knight; and Edward Bayliffe Trespass: breach of close: The Lee alias Lees in Kirkby; verdict for damages of 2d; costs of 53s4d; increment of £4/6/8 KB27/1676, m. 39 [131]
1642 Trin Staffs Katherine Strongitharmes, spinster Richard Aston de Marchington, Staffs, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £24; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1676, m. 83 [132]
1642 Trin Staffs Katherine Strongitharmes, spinster Richard Lynnis de Uttoxeter, Staffs, yeoman Debt on an obligation: £24; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1676, m. 83 [133]
1642 Trin Notts William Sumner John Mafield de fiskerton; and John Dunn de Fiskerton Trespass: breach of close: West Marsh in East Stoke; right of way of a ferryboat from Fiskerton to the River Trent and overland to West Marsh KB27/1676, m. 35 [134], d[135]


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1642 Trin Salop John Tenche William Davis Trespass: breach of close: house in Shrewsbury KB27/1676, m. 40 [136]
1642 Trin Notts Ann Teverey, widow Francis Hill de Bilborough, Notts, yeooman Debt on an obligation: £100; undefended; (25s damages) KB27/1676, m. 78 [137]
1642 Trin London Henry Thomas Morgan Lewis de Newport, Monm, yeoman Defamation: in Welsh "Harry Thomas did steal a beast out of the pound of Newpark and carried it home and killed it and eat it." KB27/1676, m. 4 [138]
1642 Trin Derbs Thomas Tory George Clarke alias Robinson Defamation: "Thow art a traitor and I will prove thee a traitor." KB27/1676, m. 37 [139]
1642 Trin Derbs Henry Travis William Buckley de Brassington, miner Trespass: assault in Glossop KB27/1676, m. - [140]
1642 Trin Sussex Edward Tredcrofte, cleric, rector of Warbleton Cornelius Morris Indebitatus Assumpsit: all manner of tithes that Cornelius owed to Edward for 50s for one year; undefended; inquest of damages; verdict for 58s, costs of 12d; increment of £4 KB27/1676, m. 42 [141]
1642 Trin Sussex William Trym alias Tailer Elias Sheafe Conversion sur Trover: household furnishings and agricultural implements (detailed) in Heyfield KB27/1676, m. 43 [142]


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1642 Trin London Thomas Walkley Richard Hodgkinson de London, stationer Trespass: assault in London; self defence KB27/1676, m. 19 [143]
1642 Trin Monm Robert Watkyn Richard Roberts & Matilda his wife Trespass: assault in Abergavenny; verdict for 6d, costs of 40s; increment of £5 KB27/1676, m. 100 [144]
1642 Trin Norwich Thomas Weld & Christiana his wife, executrix of Daniel Shanke Richard Jenkinson de Norwich, armiger Indebitatus Assumpsit: 30s for a demicaster and band and a 12s loan KB27/1676, m. 16 [145]
1642 Trin Kent Thomas Weller Richard Austen Indebitatus Assumpsit: undertaking to pay all Richard's debts in return for conveyance of land and surrender of all possessions except the wearing apparel of Richard, his wife and children KB27/1676, m. 96 [146]
1642 Trin London Richard Whatley de London, _hoker baker Edmund Lloyd de Stocton, Salop, gent Supplicavit on a King's Bench judgment in Debt for £24 plus 21s damages for detention and costs KB27/1676, m. 40 [147]
1642 Trin Derbs Francis White John Jodrell de Leek, Staffs Debt on an obligation: £20; undefended; (21s damages) KB27/1676, m. 55 [148]
1642 Trin Notts John Widoson Henry Carrington de Burton Joyce, husbandman Trespass: took away two harrows in Burton Joyce; and breach of close: Willwonge in Burton Joyce; undefended; inquest of damages KB27/1676, m. 36 [149]
1642 Trin (Suff) William Wiffen William Wragge Supplicavit on a King's Bench judgment in Trespass on the Case for £9/3/4 KB27/1676, m. 73 [150]
1642 Trin Suff Robert Wiseman Richard Balls Indebitatus Assumpsit: 17 cartloads of timber at 17s/6d per each cart, at Ellingham Stath in Ellingham and fish KB27/1676, m. 88 [151]
1642 Trin Yorks Robert Witton Robert Torksey de ___, Lincs, gent Assumpsit: failure to provide promised good security for surrender of two customary tenements in the manor of Hatfield in a sales agreement KB27/1676, m. 15 [152]
1642 Trin London Thomas Woodcock; and Vincent Gregston Richard Greene de Ellingham, blacksmith Indebitatus Assumpsit: £31/10/3 for divers meerchandise KB27/1676, m. 17 [153], d[154]


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