STAC 5/K4/9

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STAC 5/K4/9 - I D - 30 Eliz - Richard Kilcuppe alias Field v John Milwarde Sr , Richard Hunt et al. See also STAC Kilcupp

Interrogatories to be ministred to John Milwarde the elder Richard Botton and Richard Hunt on the parte and behalf of Richard Kilcuppe alias Fielde Complaynant

1 Imprimis Knowe you or have credibly hard that the Complainant was about three yeres past taken in her Majestes highe wair neere Birmingham in the Countie of Warwycke and thens caried awaie to the house of one Thomas Thornton and where ys the said house scituate

2 Item whoe did take the said complainant and caried or Conveyed him to the said house in what place was he taken what personnes were present att the takinge of him and whoe were present there about aydinge the same or Consentinge thereunto & what are there names

3 Item what guyftes rewardes or Somes of mony did your or any other promyse Thomas Milwarde or any other for the takinge & carryinge awaie of the said Complainant, and what somes of mony were you or any other bounde to paie for the said Consideracions

4 Item what weapons had you or any other att the tyme of the said takinge of the said Complainant either in the place where he was taken or nere thereabout

5 Item in what manner & by what waies & upon what horse was the said Complainant soe taken and Carried awaie to the house of the said Thorneton & was he Carried unwillinglie did he make any signes of greif sorrowe att suche his usage howe and in what manner & was he caried by any places out of any Highe Waies & through what places & what Company brought him to the said house.

6 In what had you or any other that soe did take awaie the said Complainant to do with him Sid yow doe yt by his consent & what was your intention herein.

7 Item where did you and the personnes which did soe take the said Complainant meete before the takinge of him what conferens had yow concerninge the same & whoe was pryvye to the said takinge of the said Complainant before the same was done where howe and in what manner

8 Item did yow or any other cause the said Complainant to be locked in a Chamber in the house of the said Thorneton howe and in what manner

9 Item did you or an . . . . acquaynt any the frendes of the said Complainant of the said takinge him aw . . . . before he was soe taken

10 Item did you or any others bring Cycely daughter of John Milwarde to the said house whoe brought her thither & for what Cause

11 Item before her Cominge thither had thyther had there ever ben any mocion of marrage betwene her and the said Complainant by either of them to the other . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . with the other

12 Item whoe had access to the said Complainant duringe suche tyme he was in the said Thornetons house & what age was he of att his first cominge thither

13 Item did the said Complainant or any his Frendes move yow that he might mary the said Cycely & in what manner did you /\ or any of you /\ move the said Complainant to marrye the said Cycely & howe often & what and answers made hee to yow & in what manner did the said Thorneton /\ soe /\ move the said Complainant

14 Item did the said Complainant ever move the said Cicely for her goodwill in mariage

15 Item what Some of monye or other thinge did yow or any other promisse to give or bestowe with the said Cycely in marrage with the said Complainant Item did you

16 Item did you or any other threatten the said Complinant to /\ therby consent to /\ marrye the said Cycely what wordes to suche effect were used to him

17 Item in what Churche and by what minister was the supposed mariage of the said Complainant to the said Cycely & what personnes were present att the said marriage what were there names & whoe procured there Comminge thither

18 Item what Somes of monye Rewardes or guiftes did yow promisse or weare bounde to paie to the said Thorneton for his travellinge in the matters aforesaid or any of them howe and in what manner

19 Item knowe you of any reason that shoulde move the said Complainant to marye the said Cecely of his owne goodwill and doe not yow in your consciens thinke the said supposed mariage was contrarye to the good lykinge of the said Complainant

20 Item did you or any other after the said supposed marriage locke the said Complainant in the Chamber in the said Thornetons house howe and in what . . .

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