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Easter Term 39 Eliz (1597)


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Page Date of Entry Plaintiff(s)/Complainant(s) Defendant(s) Notes/Comments
[1] 13 April Elizabeth Passell & others ?Thomas ...... & others
[2] Ellen Androwes, widow Samuel Woodcocke ..... Samuel Weller Complt to bring into court the 5s arrears of rent
[3] John Whelton & Margaret his wife George Downinge
[4] Henry Thompson Edward Rogers & Richard Rogers
[5] ...... [King]eswell William Kingeswell
[6] Francis Jaye Robert Jay & Thomas Morgan Defts to stay proceedings at common law until they have made their answers here
[7] Thomas Symondes Daniel Sparhawke
[8] John Barker Charles Gibson
[9] Thomas Shewell Richard Truslowe
[10] Jeffrey Helwyes & others Thomas Masters & Simon Ives Injunction to be awarded to put the complts in possession of the lands mentioned in their bill
[11] Lawrence Havercampe Nicholas Hore & Richard Wyott Defts to attend & speak for the maintenance of their demurrer, or else an injunction to be awarded for the stay of their proceedings at common law until they have made their answers
[12] William Gardyner James White & Jane Fer..., widow
[13] Robert Rodes & Raffe Rodes William Connden & John Ferne
[14] William Gale Lawrence Rogers
[15] Frannces Pratt Nicholas Winniffe
[16] John Pigeon & Ellen his wife Thomas Wattes Deft Wattes & James Wattes his son to swear an oath before the court that the writings delivered into the court are all they possess or can conveniently come by
[17] Mary Thwaites Dame Adelin Nevell Complt to be at liberty to call Sir Henry Constable to attend and testify
[18] Thomas Barnes George Frevill & Thomas Clifton Attachment awarded against the defts, and an injunction to stay their proceedings at common law
[19] Robert Waylande John Toogood
[20] Christopher Simcockes John Hamme
[21] John Hull William Glover
[22] Margaret Witham, widow William Freeman
[23] Robert Shacklocke George Typpinge
[24] William Pates Roger Medhopp Refs certificate sent in by William Tempest
[25] James Bisse, doctor in divinity & others Phillip Lowman
[26] Dame Mary Cheeke, widow Thomas Whytinge
[27] Thomas Lane Stephen Gurnay
[28] Peter Slade John Frannces & Thomas Prowse Affidavit to be made concerning the breach of the injunction awarded against the defts
[29] Robert Waylande John Toogood Refs former decree in this cause
[30] Francis Metcalf, clerk Thomas Suliarde
[31] James Jervis & others Richard Vawdry & others
[32] Mark Ive & William Ive William Gillinge
[33] Owen Haddocke William Fynche
[34] John Chapman Christopher Preston
[35] Henry Warner John Goodman
[36] Edward Crane Anne Stonarde, widow & ..... Sutton Complt has entered bond for the debt in question, and injunction awarded for stay of defts proceedings at common law
[37] Thomas Seagrave, clerk John Killingworthe & Thomas Colston
[38] John Awbrey Hugh George Deft to bring leases into court
[39] Henry, Lord Seymor Roger Hollande
[40] Agnes Ingery, widow Gregory Androwes
[41] John Reynoldes Agnes Reynoldes, widow & others Dismissed unless complt proceeds
[42] Hipocrates de Otten & others Bradshawe Drewe & James Drewe Mem: Bradshawe Drewe was (for using of bad unreverent & slanderous speeches against the complts counsel) comitted to the custody of the Warden of the Fleet. Ref to previous decree.
[43] Richard Hippon & others Robert Lee
[44] John Sewell Robert Jeckes Dismissed unless complt proceeds
[45] Winifred Worley John Parker, Stephen Worley & others
[46] John Griffin John Iremonger
[47] Nicholas Coker Thomas Draper & Robert Draper Stay of defts proceedings at common law
[48] Reignald Williams John Clarke
[49] Francis Atmere & others Francis Woodhouse New commission to be awarded & directed to William, Bishop of Norwich, Sir Nicholas Bacon, Sir John Heigham, Nicholas Hare, Nathaniel Bacon & Raffe Furnes, clerk
[50] John Grinkin Sir John Harte
[51] 15 April Thomas Barnes George Frevill & Thomas Clifton Pauper.
[52] Walter Newman & others Myles Carpenter als Harriden
[53] Henry Lovell John Haynes Deft to answer the complts second bill, and if the case goes against the complt, he shall pay costs according to his several suits
[54] John Coxe Griffin Jones
[55] Clement Bolte Edward Boston Attachment awarded against the deft for his contempts. Deft to enter bond to attend court 'de die in diem' until he has been examined upon the complts interrogatories
[56] Phillip Cursine, merchant stranger Andrew Furslande Stay of defts proceedings at common law
[57] James Noble & Rebecca his wife John Frenche
[58] Edmond Niccolson Henry Beckenham & others
[59] Robert Leader Thomas Chamberley Mem: sum of £10 is (according to an order of 14 April) paid to Simon Muskett for the use of the complt
[60] Peter Lawrence William Frisbie & Thomas Parker
[61] 16 April Johan Spragin Martin Spragin & Richard Levens Defts to be brought to court to answer for their contempts & breaches of orders
[62] William Bowell Anthony Bowell
[63] Samuel Thomas Edward Davies
[64] William Payne [blank] Glover
[65] John Forde als Syms John Syms als Forde
[66] Thomas Symondes Daniel Sparhawke
[67] Richard Fogge Richard Huffham
[68] Edward Moore Sir Walter Waller & others Injunction that complt shall enjoy quiet possession of the house & lands in question until further order is made
[69] 18 April Johan Earle John Earle & others
[70] Raffe Chambers & others Leonard Chamberleyn
[71] William Bennett, clerk & others Edward Symondes Attachment against the deft for his contempts & injunction for stay of his proceedings at common law
[72] William Fonnteyn John Taylor
[73] William Gardyner James Whyte & Jane Ferrers, widow '..forasmucheas bothe the said defendts having been examined in her majesties highe Corte of Starr Chamber towchinge the C li in question betwene the said parties do therein confesse that they do knowe the same was payed but do not sett downe to whome Therefore yt ys ordered that the said defendanntes shall without delay at their perills Amende their Annsweres in that poynt And therein sett downe A reason of their knowledge to whom the same was payed'
[74] William Chapman & William Angell Baptiste Hickes & Oliver Roe
[75] John Homes Robert Andrewes als Paynter & John Clay
[76] Lawrence Dutton John Rogers Deft, who has appeared by force of a commission of rebellion, shall enter bond in £100 with condition to attend court de die in diem until such time as he shall be examined upon interrogatories touching his supposed contempts
[77] Henry Seckforde Sir William Wray
[78] George Ryder Edward Wigmore & John Trusser Dismissal to stand, and if complt attempts a new suit against these defts then he to pay 40s costs to the defts.
[79] Francis Kelway Ambrose Button
[80] Phillip Cursine, merchant stranger Andrew Furslande Defts proceedings at common law
[81] John Flower John Allen Complt to relinquish his suit against John & henry Allen in Chancery, and proceed in this court
[82] Thomas Adkins Simon Bowde & Joshua Cull.. injunction for stay of defts proceedings at common law
[83] Katherine Meredeth ap Owen, widow, John Meredith her son & John Gittens Elionor George, widow & others
[84] James Harrington Henry Dymocke Defts lease for term of life
[85] Alexander Oldfeild Edward Walter
[86] Ambrose Hill & John Hill the younger John Hill the elder
[87] Thomas Page Giles Wiggington, clerk
[88] Margaret Rutter Richard Pennarde Mr Kittermister & Mr Fleetwood to attend court to testify their knowledge
[89] John Sherrington William Bury
[90] Henry Archer Thomas Thomas complt to bring in £25 for principal debt, otherwise to be dismissed
[91] Nicholas Lamadie Humfrey Foxall & Thomas Andrew
[92] Robert Shacklocke George Typpinge Mem: the deft has left in this court a copy of the outlawry pleaded in his answer, and subscribed with the hand of Edward Robinson, the under sheriff of Lancashire
[93] Thomas White, clerk John Fanston & Edmond Fanston
[94] Peter Lawrence William Frisbie & Thomas Parker
[95] Richard Holman Henry Elnor als Barnabie
[96] Reignald Goldinge & Johan his wife Richard Ringe & Henry Ringe Complt to attend & show why this cause should not be referred to a trial at the Lord's court of the manor where the lands in question lie
[97] 19 April William Gale Lawrence Rogers Mem: the sum of 20s for costs which was left in court by the deft is delivered to Thomas Lowndes, son in law & solicitor of the complt
[98] Anne Garforth, widow & William her son William Shipman & Thomas Higgons
[99] John de Boys Nicholas Oseley complt has submitted a frivolous replication and since then delayed the cause. Dismissed unless the complt proceeds by or before monday next
[100] John Aubrey Hugh George Deft to bring in the Letters Patents & leases mentioned in the bill & answer
[101] Henry Seckforde John Hughe ap John
[102] William Gwercye Walter Pewes
[103] William Cole & others John Palmer & others
[104] David Aubrey, Avies his wife & Thomas Cheyney, an infant of 14 years William Ottley, Christian Shipman & Richard Hockwell Defts to suggest the names of commissioners for the taking of accounts of the rents etc of the premises which they have received on behalf of the said infant. Defts also to enter bond for the true & just accounting of the profits of the said premises to the best benefit of the infant during his minority, or else yield the guardianship to some other person who will enter such bond
[105] Thomas Keble, clerk Richard Howse £10 16s brought in by the deft was paid to the complt
[106] William Frenche Anne Langridge, widow Pauper. To be dismissed to the Court of Arches
[107] 20 April Thomas Standishe & Scolastica his wife Thomas Hollis
[108] Robert Ellis George Ryder
[109] Ellen Androwes, widow Samuel Woodcocke & Samuel Weller A writ of withernam shown to court, defts have proceeded at common law contrary to previous injunctions, attachment awarded against them
[110] Thomas Harrison Edward Atcheley Injunction for stay of defts suits at common law
[111] James Jervis & others Richard Vawdry & others
[112] Edmond Emery Thomas Emery
[113] Thomas Clarke John Clarke Pauper. Deft defaulted 20s costs
[114] William Bray John Bourne To be dismissed if complt doesn't proceed
[115] Richard Sachefield & others John Hodges & others
[116] Edmond Niccolson Henry Bettingham & others Complt has shown a copy of an execution had at common law for the money in demand between the parties, endorsed with an acknowledgement of satisfaction. Therefore ordered that £20 left in this court by the complt be redelivered to him, and also £20 which he had left in the Lord Mayor's Court of the City of London
[117] John Pigeon & Ellen his wife Thomas Wattes
[118] John Tillesley Simon Tillesley
[119] John Flower John Allen & Henry Allen
[120] William Salter Raffe Salter
[121] James Parkinson Esay Whittiffe
[122] Peter Banes Anthony Flowerdewe & others Injunction for stay of defts suits at common law
[123] 21 April Thomas Blounte George Mylsham Mem: Sum of £20 & an obligation of £100 delivered to Edward Garrarde for the use of the complt, as per order
[124] Richard Robbins Thomas Saunders & William Mynce
[125] Christian Danyell, widow John Thynne Dismissed if complt doesn't proceed by 28th
[126] John Pearson & William Howse John Hilwell & Robert Gilbert If deft Hilwell makes oath that the said Gilbert is a necessary and material witness, then he will be at liberty to examine him as a witness, notwithstanding he is also named as a deft in the bill
[127] Lawrence Dutton John Rogers
[128] John Burton Cadwallader Robertes & others
[129] John Forde als Syms John Syms als Forde Deft has defaulted to attend & speak in maintenance of his demurrer, therefore ordered that he is to make his answer & also to pay 10s costs
[130] John Holte & others Robert Witnall als Eles
[131] Thomas Keble, clerk Richard Howe & others According to previous decree, 8 years arrears of an annuity of £4 per annum due to the complt, of which £10 has so far been paid. Deft to attend next monday with his counsel to show why the remainder should not be paid
[132] Anne Gostlinge, widow Thomas Osborne & James Osborne his son Pauper. Defts to make answer by monday next, or an order to be made for the sequestration of the profits of the parsonage of Great Yarmouth until further order be taken
[133] Clement Bolte Edward Boston
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