STAC Alchorne

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

Alchorn, Isaac

  • STAC 5/A28/39 - B A Rn Rr - 24 Eliz - Isaach Alchorne, Nicholas Catt v Henry Nevill Lord Abergany, Henry Hedge, Henry Goble et al
  • STAC 5/A19/12 - I D - 24 Eliz - Isaac Alchorn, Nicholas Catt v Henry Hedge alias Pledge, Roger Jones et al
  • STAC 5/A7/3 - I D - 25 Eliz - Sussex - Isaac Alchorn, Nicholas Catt v Lord Abergavenny et al

Alchorn, John

  • STAC 5/A33/40 - B A - 33 Eliz - Kent - John Alchorne v Jasper Holmeden, Raphe Dryver
  • STAC 5/A45/11 - - 33 Eliz - Kent - John Alchorn v Jasper Holmden

Bevan Case Index

  • Alchorn v Holmden - STAC 5/A33/40, STAC 5/A45/11
  • Alchorn v Lord Abergavenny - STAC 5/A28/39, STAC 5/A7/3, STAC 5/A19/12

Notes, Additions and Corrections

  • STAC 5/A7/3 - Riotous entry by Lord Abergavenny into the dwelling house of Nicholas Catt at Rotherfield
  • In 1591, Ralph Driver, a Kentish husbandman owed an unspecified debt to a yeoman called John Alchorn. Alchorn threatened to have Driver arrested if he did not testify on his behalf. Driver agreed—apparently going against his conscience—and was subsequently sued for perjury. Hillary Taylor, The price of the poor’s words: social relations and the economics of deposing for one’s ‘betters’ in early modern England., Economic History Review (2018) - STAC 5/A45/11, complainant’s interrogatories.