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**Martin Adams clerk of Bedford Bedfordshire. Henry Gullson reader, Robert Rude, William Mason, William Martin yeomen. A most vile abominable detestable seditions and factious libel, on the market cross.
 
**Martin Adams clerk of Bedford Bedfordshire. Henry Gullson reader, Robert Rude, William Mason, William Martin yeomen. A most vile abominable detestable seditions and factious libel, on the market cross.
 
*STAC 5/A25/29 - I D - 25 Eliz - - Bedfordshire - Martyn Adams v Robert Rudd, Henry Galsom et al
 
*STAC 5/A25/29 - I D - 25 Eliz - - Bedfordshire - Martyn Adams v Robert Rudd, Henry Galsom et al
*see also [[STAC Adam]]
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**see also [[STAC Adam]]
  
 
'''Adams v Rotheram'''  
 
'''Adams v Rotheram'''  
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**Deponents Nicholas Rotharam of Somers co Bedford, Edward Ames of Laighton co Bedford gent.
 
**Deponents Nicholas Rotharam of Somers co Bedford, Edward Ames of Laighton co Bedford gent.
 
**BL MSS La. 67/7. A case concerning the Parsonage of Offeley, Hertfordshire, to be heard in the Star-Chamber; Edward Adams plaintiff, George Gravely, &c. defendants, 1591.
 
**BL MSS La. 67/7. A case concerning the Parsonage of Offeley, Hertfordshire, to be heard in the Star-Chamber; Edward Adams plaintiff, George Gravely, &c. defendants, 1591.
*see also [[STAC Adam]]
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**see also [[STAC Adam]]
  
 
'''Albany v Sutton'''
 
'''Albany v Sutton'''
 
*STAC 5/A52/5 - B - - Bedfordshire - Francis Albanye v Thomas Sutton, Ann Sutton, William Trentam, Richard Pancost, Henry Ashwell, Richard Smith  
 
*STAC 5/A52/5 - B - - Bedfordshire - Francis Albanye v Thomas Sutton, Ann Sutton, William Trentam, Richard Pancost, Henry Ashwell, Richard Smith  
 
**Francis Albanye of Lincoln's Inn, seized of a messuage in Bedd. in co Bedd. v Thomas Sutton of Bedford, draper.
 
**Francis Albanye of Lincoln's Inn, seized of a messuage in Bedd. in co Bedd. v Thomas Sutton of Bedford, draper.
*see also [[STAC Albany]]
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**see also [[STAC Albany]]
  
 
'''Adlington v Killingworth'''
 
'''Adlington v Killingworth'''
 
*STAC 5/A39/11 - B A - 37 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Gilbert Adlington v John Killingworth, Clement Bailye, Edward Woodward et al  
 
*STAC 5/A39/11 - B A - 37 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Gilbert Adlington v John Killingworth, Clement Bailye, Edward Woodward et al  
 
**Gilbert Adlington of Ampthill in co Bedds, chapman.
 
**Gilbert Adlington of Ampthill in co Bedds, chapman.
*see also [[STAC Adlington]]
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**see also [[STAC Adlington]]
  
 
'''Astry v Grafton and Hall'''
 
'''Astry v Grafton and Hall'''
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*STAC 5/A32/29 - I D - 39 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Raphe Astrey Sr v William Hall, William Pecocke  
 
*STAC 5/A32/29 - I D - 39 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Raphe Astrey Sr v William Hall, William Pecocke  
 
**Pegsdon Bedfordshire.
 
**Pegsdon Bedfordshire.
*see also [[STAC Astry]]
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**see also [[STAC Astry]]
  
 
''' B '''  
 
''' B '''  
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*STAC 7/10/53 - - - Bedfordshire - Christopher Barnardyston, George Barnardyston v William Bridges
 
*STAC 7/10/53 - - - Bedfordshire - Christopher Barnardyston, George Barnardyston v William Bridges
 
**TNA Note: Ickwell: Rescue of a distress of sheep.
 
**TNA Note: Ickwell: Rescue of a distress of sheep.
*see also [[STAC Barnardiston]]
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**see also [[STAC Barnardiston]]
  
 
''' C '''  
 
''' C '''  
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*STAC 5/C14/33 - B A - 17 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Lord Henry Cheyne v John Garland, William Spencer, John Faierclough, Henry Everard, William Hasilden, William Stringer, Thomas Wotton, John Searle, John Tichemarshe  
 
*STAC 5/C14/33 - B A - 17 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Lord Henry Cheyne v John Garland, William Spencer, John Faierclough, Henry Everard, William Hasilden, William Stringer, Thomas Wotton, John Searle, John Tichemarshe  
 
**Answer, dated 4 May 1575, of William Gylman deft to the bill of complaint of the right honorable Henry Lord Cheney complt. The joint and several answers of John Garland William Spencer John Faierclough Henry Everard William Hasilden William Stringer Thomas Wotton John Searle John Tichemarshe defts.
 
**Answer, dated 4 May 1575, of William Gylman deft to the bill of complaint of the right honorable Henry Lord Cheney complt. The joint and several answers of John Garland William Spencer John Faierclough Henry Everard William Hasilden William Stringer Thomas Wotton John Searle John Tichemarshe defts.
*see also [[STAC Cheyney]]
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**see also [[STAC Cheyney]]
  
 
''' Cheyney v Johnson '''  
 
''' Cheyney v Johnson '''  
 
*STAC 5/C52/10 - B A - 33 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Lady Jane Cheney v Richard Johnson, Thomas Reeve
 
*STAC 5/C52/10 - B A - 33 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Lady Jane Cheney v Richard Johnson, Thomas Reeve
 
*STAC 5/C58/11 - I D - 33 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Lady Jane Cheyney v Richard Johnson, Thomas Reve
 
*STAC 5/C58/11 - I D - 33 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Lady Jane Cheyney v Richard Johnson, Thomas Reve
*see also [[STAC Cheyney]]
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**see also [[STAC Cheyney]]
  
 
''' Cheyney v Sheppard '''  
 
''' Cheyney v Sheppard '''  
 
*STAC 10/2/8 - - Bedfordshire - Sir Henry Cheyney v Ralph Shepparde, Thomas Pedder et al
 
*STAC 10/2/8 - - Bedfordshire - Sir Henry Cheyney v Ralph Shepparde, Thomas Pedder et al
 
**TNA Note: Sir Henry Cheyney v Ralph Shepparde, Thomas Pedder and others. Perjury, Todington, Beds.
 
**TNA Note: Sir Henry Cheyney v Ralph Shepparde, Thomas Pedder and others. Perjury, Todington, Beds.
*see also [[STAC Cheyney]]
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**see also [[STAC Cheyney]]
  
 
''' Compton v Grey '''  
 
''' Compton v Grey '''  
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*STAC 5/C71/3 - I D - 9 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Sir Henry Compton v Margery Piggott, Reginald Grey et al
 
*STAC 5/C71/3 - I D - 9 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Sir Henry Compton v Margery Piggott, Reginald Grey et al
 
**TNA E159/356 Hilary Term, 10 Elizabeth. Fine paid 1567/8. **From Rouland Nickson de Gravenour, Beds, for his fine: 40s. **From Peter Richardson de Over Gravenhurst, Beds, husbandman, for his fine: 40s. **From Richard Nickson, servant of said Peter Richardson of Over Gravenhurst, Beds, for his fine: 40s. **From Richard Worsley de Over Gravenhurst, Beds, laborer, for his fine: 40s. **From Thomas Bridges de Over Gravenhurst, Beds, for his fine: 40s. **From George Fitz servant of Reginald Gray, armiger, for his fine: 40s. **From John Coste de Over Gravenhurst, Beds, laborer, for his fine: 20s. **From Nicholas Eaton de Flytton, Beds, gent, for his fine: 20s. **From Edward Hill de Selsowe, Beds, yeoman, for his fine: 20s. **From Simon Ordewaye, servant of Reginald Gray, armiger, for his fine: 20s. **From Robert Lathebury, servant of Reginald Gray, armiger, for his wife: 20s. **From William Wallis de Selsowe, Beds, laborer, for his fine: 20s. **From Robert Childe de Pulloxhill, Beds, husbandman, for his fine: 20s. **From Nicholas Childe de Fildon, Beds, husbandman, for his fine: 20s. **From John Stringer de Mepsall, Beds, husbandman, for his fine: 20s. **From Robert Chester de Selsaulle, Beds, husbandman, for his fine: 20s. **From John Westalle, servant of Reginald Gray, armiger, for his fine: 20s. **From John Jackson, servant of Reginald Gray, armiger, for his fine: 20s. **From Margaret Pyotte, widow, de Nether Gravenhurst, Beds: 20s.
 
**TNA E159/356 Hilary Term, 10 Elizabeth. Fine paid 1567/8. **From Rouland Nickson de Gravenour, Beds, for his fine: 40s. **From Peter Richardson de Over Gravenhurst, Beds, husbandman, for his fine: 40s. **From Richard Nickson, servant of said Peter Richardson of Over Gravenhurst, Beds, for his fine: 40s. **From Richard Worsley de Over Gravenhurst, Beds, laborer, for his fine: 40s. **From Thomas Bridges de Over Gravenhurst, Beds, for his fine: 40s. **From George Fitz servant of Reginald Gray, armiger, for his fine: 40s. **From John Coste de Over Gravenhurst, Beds, laborer, for his fine: 20s. **From Nicholas Eaton de Flytton, Beds, gent, for his fine: 20s. **From Edward Hill de Selsowe, Beds, yeoman, for his fine: 20s. **From Simon Ordewaye, servant of Reginald Gray, armiger, for his fine: 20s. **From Robert Lathebury, servant of Reginald Gray, armiger, for his wife: 20s. **From William Wallis de Selsowe, Beds, laborer, for his fine: 20s. **From Robert Childe de Pulloxhill, Beds, husbandman, for his fine: 20s. **From Nicholas Childe de Fildon, Beds, husbandman, for his fine: 20s. **From John Stringer de Mepsall, Beds, husbandman, for his fine: 20s. **From Robert Chester de Selsaulle, Beds, husbandman, for his fine: 20s. **From John Westalle, servant of Reginald Gray, armiger, for his fine: 20s. **From John Jackson, servant of Reginald Gray, armiger, for his fine: 20s. **From Margaret Pyotte, widow, de Nether Gravenhurst, Beds: 20s.
*see [[STAC Compton]]
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**see also [[STAC Compton]]
  
 
''' Conquest v Dixwell '''
 
''' Conquest v Dixwell '''
 
*STAC 5/C14/34 - B A Rr Rn - 28 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Richard Conquest v Faustine Dixwell
 
*STAC 5/C14/34 - B A Rr Rn - 28 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Richard Conquest v Faustine Dixwell
 
**Bill of Richard Conquest of Houghton Conquest of Bedfordshire esq. In re a mill and pastures in Lytlingtone [Lidlington] Beds.
 
**Bill of Richard Conquest of Houghton Conquest of Bedfordshire esq. In re a mill and pastures in Lytlingtone [Lidlington] Beds.
*see also [[STAC Conquest]]
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**see also [[STAC Conquest]]
  
 
'''Cowper v Page'''  
 
'''Cowper v Page'''  
 
*STAC 5/C2/11 - B - 23 Eliz - Bedfordshire - William Cowper v John Page et uxor, Thomas Bartlett, Edmund Cowper, John Cooke, Thomas Tilcocke et al.
 
*STAC 5/C2/11 - B - 23 Eliz - Bedfordshire - William Cowper v John Page et uxor, Thomas Bartlett, Edmund Cowper, John Cooke, Thomas Tilcocke et al.
 
**William Cowper Citizen and haberdasher of London. In re lands in town of Arlesey in Bedfordshire.
 
**William Cowper Citizen and haberdasher of London. In re lands in town of Arlesey in Bedfordshire.
*see also [[STAC Cooper]]
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**see also [[STAC Cooper]]
  
 
''' D '''  
 
''' D '''  
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*STAC 5/D42/25 - I D - 38 Eliz - Bedfordshire - James Dowman v Thomas Taylor
 
*STAC 5/D42/25 - I D - 38 Eliz - Bedfordshire - James Dowman v Thomas Taylor
 
**Interrs mention Ampthill (no county given, ?Beds?), and will of Nicholas Fletcher. Deponent from Morryll, Beds.(dk)
 
**Interrs mention Ampthill (no county given, ?Beds?), and will of Nicholas Fletcher. Deponent from Morryll, Beds.(dk)
*see also [[STAC Dowman]] for other possible references
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**see also [[STAC Dowman]] for other possible references
  
 
''' Drury v Amyas '''  
 
''' Drury v Amyas '''  
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**Interrogatories tbm on behalf of Robert Drewry complt to Edward Amias, Edward Willyams & Christopher Holyman defts, include: Was the said Francis Pygott possessed of the said Rectory & parsonage of Quenton [Quinton]. Deponents: Edward Amyas, of Layghton Buzzard, Beds, gent, Edward Williams, of Houghton Conquest, Beds, gent, Christopher Holyman (dk)
 
**Interrogatories tbm on behalf of Robert Drewry complt to Edward Amias, Edward Willyams & Christopher Holyman defts, include: Was the said Francis Pygott possessed of the said Rectory & parsonage of Quenton [Quinton]. Deponents: Edward Amyas, of Layghton Buzzard, Beds, gent, Edward Williams, of Houghton Conquest, Beds, gent, Christopher Holyman (dk)
 
*STAC 5/D41/6 - B - - Bedfordshire - Robert Drewry v Amias,[blank], Christopher Moleman et al
 
*STAC 5/D41/6 - B - - Bedfordshire - Robert Drewry v Amias,[blank], Christopher Moleman et al
*See also [[STAC Drury]]  
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**see also [[STAC Drury]]  
  
 
''' E '''
 
''' E '''
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**Kempston, Beds.(dk)  
 
**Kempston, Beds.(dk)  
 
*STAC 5/E11/28 - I D - 43 Eliz - Bedfordshire - John Earle v John Newold Sr, John Newold Jr  
 
*STAC 5/E11/28 - I D - 43 Eliz - Bedfordshire - John Earle v John Newold Sr, John Newold Jr  
*see also [[STAC Earle]]
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**see also [[STAC Earle]]
  
 
''' F '''  
 
''' F '''  
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*STAC 5/F17/37 - I D - 20 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Elizabeth Forster v John Maydber et al
 
*STAC 5/F17/37 - I D - 20 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Elizabeth Forster v John Maydber et al
 
*STAC 7/21/22 - - - Bedfordshire - Elizabeth Foster v John Medberye et al
 
*STAC 7/21/22 - - - Bedfordshire - Elizabeth Foster v John Medberye et al
*see also [[STAC Foster Forster]]
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**see also [[STAC Foster Forster]]
  
 
'''Fyshe v Mountford '''
 
'''Fyshe v Mountford '''
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*STAC 5/F14/16 - I D - 21 Eliz - Bedfordshire - George Fyshe armiger v Henry Mountford, Richard Clerke
 
*STAC 5/F14/16 - I D - 21 Eliz - Bedfordshire - George Fyshe armiger v Henry Mountford, Richard Clerke
 
**George Fish plt Mountford et al touching perjurie one Spencer present att the Barr at heareing of this Cause and a Commissioner heretofore for the Deftes Informed upon his oath that the deposicions Certifyed by the Commissioners were Certified without his privitie albeit hee required to joyne with the plts Commissioners therein & that they did varie from the first draught by him & them taken in many materiall pointes the which the Court much misliked and thereupon presantly dismissed the Cause for that the deponent soe unduely and Corruptly Certifyed ought not to leade the Court to judgment. BL Harley 2143 f.10 - P 23 Eliz
 
**George Fish plt Mountford et al touching perjurie one Spencer present att the Barr at heareing of this Cause and a Commissioner heretofore for the Deftes Informed upon his oath that the deposicions Certifyed by the Commissioners were Certified without his privitie albeit hee required to joyne with the plts Commissioners therein & that they did varie from the first draught by him & them taken in many materiall pointes the which the Court much misliked and thereupon presantly dismissed the Cause for that the deponent soe unduely and Corruptly Certifyed ought not to leade the Court to judgment. BL Harley 2143 f.10 - P 23 Eliz
*see also [[STAC Fishe]]  
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**see also [[STAC Fishe]]  
  
 
'''Fyshe v Dyche '''
 
'''Fyshe v Dyche '''
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*STAC 5/F18/21 - I D - 36 Eliz - Bedfordshire - George Fyshe v George Diche et al
 
*STAC 5/F18/21 - I D - 36 Eliz - Bedfordshire - George Fyshe v George Diche et al
 
*STAC 5/F17/26 - C I D - 36 Eliz - Bedfordshire - George Fyshe v George Dithe, Nicholas Sharpe
 
*STAC 5/F17/26 - C I D - 36 Eliz - Bedfordshire - George Fyshe v George Dithe, Nicholas Sharpe
*see also [[STAC Fishe]]  
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**see also [[STAC Fishe]]  
  
 
''' Fishe v Marbury '''
 
''' Fishe v Marbury '''
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*STAC 5/F30/1 - I D - 38 Eliz - Bedfordshire - George Fyshe v John Fyshe et al
 
*STAC 5/F30/1 - I D - 38 Eliz - Bedfordshire - George Fyshe v John Fyshe et al
 
*STAC 5/F25/14 - I D - 38 Eliz - Bedfordshire - George Fissh v John Fissh et al
 
*STAC 5/F25/14 - I D - 38 Eliz - Bedfordshire - George Fissh v John Fissh et al
*See also [[STAC Fishe]]
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**see also [[STAC Fishe]]
  
 
'''Foster v Odyll'''
 
'''Foster v Odyll'''
 
*STAC 7/12/18 - - - Bedfordshire - Elizabeth Foster v Richard Odyll, Robert Woodward
 
*STAC 7/12/18 - - - Bedfordshire - Elizabeth Foster v Richard Odyll, Robert Woodward
 
**TNA Note Tenancy of a house belonging to plaintiff. See Name Index for possible others.  
 
**TNA Note Tenancy of a house belonging to plaintiff. See Name Index for possible others.  
*see also [[STAC Foster Forster]] for other possible references.  
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**see also [[STAC Foster Forster]] for other possible references.  
  
 
''' G '''  
 
''' G '''  
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**John Glemster of Bedlowe, Beds, bailiff to the Sheriff of Beds. Forcible resistance to attempt to arrest Thomas Spillinge of Clophill, Beds following case at Kings Bench. (dk)
 
**John Glemster of Bedlowe, Beds, bailiff to the Sheriff of Beds. Forcible resistance to attempt to arrest Thomas Spillinge of Clophill, Beds following case at Kings Bench. (dk)
 
**TNA E159/409 Easter Term, 37 Elizabeth. Fine Paid 1595. **From Thomas Spillinge de Claphill, Beds, laborer: £10.
 
**TNA E159/409 Easter Term, 37 Elizabeth. Fine Paid 1595. **From Thomas Spillinge de Claphill, Beds, laborer: £10.
*see also [[STAC Glenister]]
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**see also [[STAC Glenister]]
  
 
''' Grubbe v Deacon '''
 
''' Grubbe v Deacon '''
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**Henry Grubbe of Overstandon, Beds & Elizabeth his wife. Assault at Clophill, Beds. Goods & estate of Nicholas Hawks late of Clophill.(dk)
 
**Henry Grubbe of Overstandon, Beds & Elizabeth his wife. Assault at Clophill, Beds. Goods & estate of Nicholas Hawks late of Clophill.(dk)
 
*STAC 5/G9/36 - I D - 35 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Henry Grubbe et uxor v Richard Deacon, William Costin et al
 
*STAC 5/G9/36 - I D - 35 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Henry Grubbe et uxor v Richard Deacon, William Costin et al
*see also [[STAC Grubbe]]
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**see also [[STAC Grubbe]]
  
 
''' H '''  
 
''' H '''  
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*STAC 5/H28/16 - I D - 30 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Christopher Hoddesdon v William Jakeman et al
 
*STAC 5/H28/16 - I D - 30 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Christopher Hoddesdon v William Jakeman et al
 
**ODNB Hoddesdon, Sir Christopher (1533/4–1611), merchant by James Hodsdon. “in 1582 he acquired a country property, when he bought from the Barne family the manor of Leighton Buzzard in Bedfordshire. Like other new proprietors, he sought to improve his estates by enclosures. This and his stance on customary rights brought lengthy disputes with his tenants”  
 
**ODNB Hoddesdon, Sir Christopher (1533/4–1611), merchant by James Hodsdon. “in 1582 he acquired a country property, when he bought from the Barne family the manor of Leighton Buzzard in Bedfordshire. Like other new proprietors, he sought to improve his estates by enclosures. This and his stance on customary rights brought lengthy disputes with his tenants”  
*see also [[STAC Hoddesden]]  
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**see also [[STAC Hoddesden]]  
  
 
''' Hoddesden v Taylor '''
 
''' Hoddesden v Taylor '''
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*STAC 5/H36/8 - I D - 31 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Christopher Hoddesdene v William Taylor, Thomas Taylor et al
 
*STAC 5/H36/8 - I D - 31 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Christopher Hoddesdene v William Taylor, Thomas Taylor et al
 
**ODNB Hoddesdon, Sir Christopher (1533/4–1611), merchant by James Hodsdon. “in 1582 he acquired a country property, when he bought from the Barne family the manor of Leighton Buzzard in Bedfordshire. Like other new proprietors, he sought to improve his estates by enclosures. This and his stance on customary rights brought lengthy disputes with his tenants”  
 
**ODNB Hoddesdon, Sir Christopher (1533/4–1611), merchant by James Hodsdon. “in 1582 he acquired a country property, when he bought from the Barne family the manor of Leighton Buzzard in Bedfordshire. Like other new proprietors, he sought to improve his estates by enclosures. This and his stance on customary rights brought lengthy disputes with his tenants”  
*see also [[STAC Hoddesden]]  
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**see also [[STAC Hoddesden]]  
  
 
''' Hoddesden v Wells '''
 
''' Hoddesden v Wells '''
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*STAC 5/H57/38 - I D - 32 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Christopher Hoddesdon v Joane Pratt, Elizabeth Johnson et al
 
*STAC 5/H57/38 - I D - 32 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Christopher Hoddesdon v Joane Pratt, Elizabeth Johnson et al
 
**ODNB Hoddesdon, Sir Christopher (1533/4–1611), merchant by James Hodsdon. “in 1582 he acquired a country property, when he bought from the Barne family the manor of Leighton Buzzard in Bedfordshire. Like other new proprietors, he sought to improve his estates by enclosures. This and his stance on customary rights brought lengthy disputes with his tenants”  
 
**ODNB Hoddesdon, Sir Christopher (1533/4–1611), merchant by James Hodsdon. “in 1582 he acquired a country property, when he bought from the Barne family the manor of Leighton Buzzard in Bedfordshire. Like other new proprietors, he sought to improve his estates by enclosures. This and his stance on customary rights brought lengthy disputes with his tenants”  
*see also [[STAC Hoddesden]]  
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**see also [[STAC Hoddesden]]  
  
 
''' Hoddesden v Theede and Matthew '''
 
''' Hoddesden v Theede and Matthew '''
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*STAC 5/H49/28 - I D - 38 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Christopher Hoddesdon v Gabriel Matthew et al
 
*STAC 5/H49/28 - I D - 38 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Christopher Hoddesdon v Gabriel Matthew et al
 
**ODNB Hoddesdon, Sir Christopher (1533/4–1611), merchant by James Hodsdon. “in 1582 he acquired a country property, when he bought from the Barne family the manor of Leighton Buzzard in Bedfordshire. Like other new proprietors, he sought to improve his estates by enclosures. This and his stance on customary rights brought lengthy disputes with his tenants”  
 
**ODNB Hoddesdon, Sir Christopher (1533/4–1611), merchant by James Hodsdon. “in 1582 he acquired a country property, when he bought from the Barne family the manor of Leighton Buzzard in Bedfordshire. Like other new proprietors, he sought to improve his estates by enclosures. This and his stance on customary rights brought lengthy disputes with his tenants”  
*see also [[STAC Hoddesden]]  
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**see also [[STAC Hoddesden]]  
  
 
''' Hoddesden v Foster and Saunders '''
 
''' Hoddesden v Foster and Saunders '''
 
*STAC 5/H49/33 - B A - 40 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Christopher Hoddesdon v Charles Foster, Thomas Saunders
 
*STAC 5/H49/33 - B A - 40 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Christopher Hoddesdon v Charles Foster, Thomas Saunders
 
**ODNB Hoddesdon, Sir Christopher (1533/4–1611), merchant by James Hodsdon. “in 1582 he acquired a country property, when he bought from the Barne family the manor of Leighton Buzzard in Bedfordshire. Like other new proprietors, he sought to improve his estates by enclosures. This and his stance on customary rights brought lengthy disputes with his tenants”  
 
**ODNB Hoddesdon, Sir Christopher (1533/4–1611), merchant by James Hodsdon. “in 1582 he acquired a country property, when he bought from the Barne family the manor of Leighton Buzzard in Bedfordshire. Like other new proprietors, he sought to improve his estates by enclosures. This and his stance on customary rights brought lengthy disputes with his tenants”  
*see also [[STAC Hoddesden]]  
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**see also [[STAC Hoddesden]]  
  
 
''' Hyde, Robert '''
 
''' Hyde, Robert '''
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*STAC 5/H34/18 - I D - 41 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Robert Hide v Thomas Putnam
 
*STAC 5/H34/18 - I D - 41 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Robert Hide v Thomas Putnam
 
*STAC 5/H16/4 - I D - 41 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Robert Hyde v Thomas Patnam
 
*STAC 5/H16/4 - I D - 41 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Robert Hyde v Thomas Patnam
*see also [[STAC Hyde]]
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**see also [[STAC Hyde]]
  
 
''' I J '''  
 
''' I J '''  
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*STAC 5/J20/24 - I D - 10 Eliz - Bedfordshire - William Jackman v Roger Duncombe et al
 
*STAC 5/J20/24 - I D - 10 Eliz - Bedfordshire - William Jackman v Roger Duncombe et al
 
*STAC 5/J17/12 - I D - 10 Eliz - Bedfordshire - William Jackman v William Duncombe
 
*STAC 5/J17/12 - I D - 10 Eliz - Bedfordshire - William Jackman v William Duncombe
*see also [[STAC Jackman]]
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**see also [[STAC Jackman]]
  
 
''' K '''  
 
''' K '''  
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''' Kensham v Wakefield '''
 
''' Kensham v Wakefield '''
 
*STAC 5/K1/28 - B A C I D - 24 Eliz - Bedfordshire - George Kensham v Thomas Wakefeild, Stephen Searrel, Thomas Parsley, William Chessame, George Gray et al
 
*STAC 5/K1/28 - B A C I D - 24 Eliz - Bedfordshire - George Kensham v Thomas Wakefeild, Stephen Searrel, Thomas Parsley, William Chessame, George Gray et al
*see also [[STAC Keynsham]]  
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**see also [[STAC Keynsham]]  
  
 
''' Earl of Kent v Knight and Taverner '''
 
''' Earl of Kent v Knight and Taverner '''
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**Harrowlde park, Bedfordshire, hunting and stealing deer.
 
**Harrowlde park, Bedfordshire, hunting and stealing deer.
 
*STAC 5/K12/28 - I D - 40 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Henry Earl of Kent v Thomas Taverner, William Abraham, John Kirby, John Knight, Robert Cobs, Richard Lunner, John Bulton
 
*STAC 5/K12/28 - I D - 40 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Henry Earl of Kent v Thomas Taverner, William Abraham, John Kirby, John Knight, Robert Cobs, Richard Lunner, John Bulton
*see also [[STAC Kent]]
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**see also [[STAC Kent]]
  
 
''' L '''  
 
''' L '''  
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*STAC 5/N3/14 - I D - 20 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Robert Newdegate, Robert Pynchenor v Henry Earl of Kent
 
*STAC 5/N3/14 - I D - 20 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Robert Newdegate, Robert Pynchenor v Henry Earl of Kent
 
*STAC 5/N2/15 - I D - 20 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Robert Nudygale, Robert Pinchmore v Henry Earl of Kent  
 
*STAC 5/N2/15 - I D - 20 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Robert Nudygale, Robert Pinchmore v Henry Earl of Kent  
*see also [[STAC Newdigate]]
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**see also [[STAC Newdigate]]
  
 
''' Newdigate v Amps and Leaper '''
 
''' Newdigate v Amps and Leaper '''
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*STAC 5/N15/25 - I D - 37 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Robert Newdegate v Adam Amps
 
*STAC 5/N15/25 - I D - 37 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Robert Newdegate v Adam Amps
 
*STAC 5/N2/34 - I D - 38 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Robert Newdigate v Adam Ampes
 
*STAC 5/N2/34 - I D - 38 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Robert Newdigate v Adam Ampes
*see also [[STAC Newdigate]]
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**see also [[STAC Newdigate]]
  
 
''' Norwich v Lawrence '''
 
''' Norwich v Lawrence '''
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**Henry Norwyche of Brampton, Northants. Armed assault upon the complt at a house called the sign of the Swanne in Bedford. Assailants all men of Bedford.(dk) -
 
**Henry Norwyche of Brampton, Northants. Armed assault upon the complt at a house called the sign of the Swanne in Bedford. Assailants all men of Bedford.(dk) -
 
*STAC 5/N2/35 - I D - 14 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Henry Norwiche v Henry Lawrence alias Gyles, William Paradyne et al
 
*STAC 5/N2/35 - I D - 14 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Henry Norwiche v Henry Lawrence alias Gyles, William Paradyne et al
*see also [[STAC Norwich]]
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**see also [[STAC Norwich]]
  
 
''' O '''  
 
''' O '''  
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*STAC 5/O1/15 - B A Rn - Hil 30 Eliz - Bedfordshire - William Ordwaye Jr v Rowland Bennet, Thomas Collin, Thomas Tyler, Thomas Bardsley et al
 
*STAC 5/O1/15 - B A Rn - Hil 30 Eliz - Bedfordshire - William Ordwaye Jr v Rowland Bennet, Thomas Collin, Thomas Tyler, Thomas Bardsley et al
 
*STAC 5/O8/27 - I D - 30 Eliz - Bedfordshire - William Ordeway Jr v Rowland Bennett, Nicholas Parratt, Elizabeth Bennett et al.
 
*STAC 5/O8/27 - I D - 30 Eliz - Bedfordshire - William Ordeway Jr v Rowland Bennett, Nicholas Parratt, Elizabeth Bennett et al.
*see also [[STAC Ordway]]
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**see also [[STAC Ordway]]
  
 
''' P '''
 
''' P '''
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*STAC 5/R3/1 - B A Rn - Trin 38 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Isaac Rotherham v Edward Huggford, Julius Ferres, John Ferres, Rotherham Marshe, Richard Heath
 
*STAC 5/R3/1 - B A Rn - Trin 38 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Isaac Rotherham v Edward Huggford, Julius Ferres, John Ferres, Rotherham Marshe, Richard Heath
 
**Manor of Farley, Bedfordshire
 
**Manor of Farley, Bedfordshire
*See also [[STAC Rotherham]]  
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**see also [[STAC Rotherham]]  
  
 
''' S '''  
 
''' S '''  
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**In the 1590s, a Bedfordshire labourer was given a few pence by a gentleman for whom he had testified and told that ‘was enowghe for [his] dayes work’, but he reckoned that he was entitled to at least 4d. more because the amount that he had been given ‘was too littell because [he lost] that dayes worke’. 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) https://doi.org/10.1111/ehr.12773
 
**In the 1590s, a Bedfordshire labourer was given a few pence by a gentleman for whom he had testified and told that ‘was enowghe for [his] dayes work’, but he reckoned that he was entitled to at least 4d. more because the amount that he had been given ‘was too littell because [he lost] that dayes worke’. 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) https://doi.org/10.1111/ehr.12773
 
*STAC 5/W10/7 - I D - 37 Eliz - Bedfordshire - William Wollascott v John Clarke Jr
 
*STAC 5/W10/7 - I D - 37 Eliz - Bedfordshire - William Wollascott v John Clarke Jr
*See also [[STAC Wollascott]]
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**see also [[STAC Wollascott]]
  
 
''' XYZ '''  
 
''' XYZ '''  
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**James Cowper late of Dunstable co Bedford, drowned himself, felo de se.
 
**James Cowper late of Dunstable co Bedford, drowned himself, felo de se.
 
*STAC 5/A13/10 - B - 17 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Almoner v Margery Cowper, John Carter
 
*STAC 5/A13/10 - B - 17 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Almoner v Margery Cowper, John Carter
*see also [[STAC Cooper]]
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**see also [[STAC Cooper]]
  
 
''' Almoner v Newman '''
 
''' Almoner v Newman '''
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*STAC 5/A39/27 - B A - 30 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Almoner v William Newman, William Sibley, Robert Smith  
 
*STAC 5/A39/27 - B A - 30 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Almoner v William Newman, William Sibley, Robert Smith  
 
**John Sibley late of Shoppesley in the co of Bedd, hanged himself.
 
**John Sibley late of Shoppesley in the co of Bedd, hanged himself.
*see also [[STAC Newman]]
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**see also [[STAC Newman]]
 
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''' Palmer's cumulative totals of Star Chamber fines preserved in the E159s ''' (rp)
 
''' Palmer's cumulative totals of Star Chamber fines preserved in the E159s ''' (rp)

Revision as of 05:06, 31 March 2019

Bedfordshire

NOTA BENE - These case names are approximate and very likely to be changed.

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

A

Adams v Gullson

  • STAC 5/A58/34 - Rn - - Bedfordshire - Martyn Addams v Henry Gullsunne, Robert Rudde et al
  • STAC 5/A5/25 - B A - 25 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Martin Adams v Henry Gullstonne, Robert Rude, William Mason, William Martin
    • Martin Adams clerk of Bedford Bedfordshire. Henry Gullson reader, Robert Rude, William Mason, William Martin yeomen. A most vile abominable detestable seditions and factious libel, on the market cross.
  • STAC 5/A25/29 - I D - 25 Eliz - - Bedfordshire - Martyn Adams v Robert Rudd, Henry Galsom et al

Adams v Rotheram

  • STAC 5/A26/38 - B A Dr I - 35 Eliz - Hertfordshire - Edward Adams v Nicholas Retheram, George Graveley, Luke Norton et al
  • STAC 5/A46/39 - I D - 35 Eliz - - Edward Adams v John Nicholson
  • STAC 5/A39/17 - I D - 36 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Edward Adams v Edward Grawly
    • Deponents Nicholas Rotharam of Somers co Bedford, Edward Ames of Laighton co Bedford gent.
    • BL MSS La. 67/7. A case concerning the Parsonage of Offeley, Hertfordshire, to be heard in the Star-Chamber; Edward Adams plaintiff, George Gravely, &c. defendants, 1591.
    • see also STAC Adam

Albany v Sutton

  • STAC 5/A52/5 - B - - Bedfordshire - Francis Albanye v Thomas Sutton, Ann Sutton, William Trentam, Richard Pancost, Henry Ashwell, Richard Smith
    • Francis Albanye of Lincoln's Inn, seized of a messuage in Bedd. in co Bedd. v Thomas Sutton of Bedford, draper.
    • see also STAC Albany

Adlington v Killingworth

  • STAC 5/A39/11 - B A - 37 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Gilbert Adlington v John Killingworth, Clement Bailye, Edward Woodward et al
    • Gilbert Adlington of Ampthill in co Bedds, chapman.
    • see also STAC Adlington

Astry v Grafton and Hall

  • STAC 5/A21/26 - B A - 39 Eliz - - Ralph Astrie Jr v William Grafton, William Hale
  • STAC 5/A53/23 - I D - 39 Eliz - - Raffe Astrey Jr v William Grafton
  • STAC 5/A32/29 - I D - 39 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Raphe Astrey Sr v William Hall, William Pecocke

B

Bernardiston v Bridges

  • STAC 5/B23/24 - C I D - 8 Eliz - Bedfordshire - George Bernardiston, Christopher Bernardiston v William Bridges et al
  • STAC 5/B13/14 - I D - 8 Eliz - Bedfordshire - George Barnardiston, Christopher Barnardiston v William Bridges, Edmond Redmonde, Richard Hawkins et al
  • STAC 5/B9/25 - - 8 Eliz - Bedfordshire - George Barnardiston, Christofer Barnardiston v William Bridges, Richard Scroggs, George Gibbons et al
  • STAC 7/10/53 - - - Bedfordshire - Christopher Barnardyston, George Barnardyston v William Bridges

C

Cheyney v Garland

  • STAC 5/C14/33 - B A - 17 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Lord Henry Cheyne v John Garland, William Spencer, John Faierclough, Henry Everard, William Hasilden, William Stringer, Thomas Wotton, John Searle, John Tichemarshe
    • Answer, dated 4 May 1575, of William Gylman deft to the bill of complaint of the right honorable Henry Lord Cheney complt. The joint and several answers of John Garland William Spencer John Faierclough Henry Everard William Hasilden William Stringer Thomas Wotton John Searle John Tichemarshe defts.
    • see also STAC Cheyney

Cheyney v Johnson

  • STAC 5/C52/10 - B A - 33 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Lady Jane Cheney v Richard Johnson, Thomas Reeve
  • STAC 5/C58/11 - I D - 33 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Lady Jane Cheyney v Richard Johnson, Thomas Reve

Cheyney v Sheppard

  • STAC 10/2/8 - - Bedfordshire - Sir Henry Cheyney v Ralph Shepparde, Thomas Pedder et al
    • TNA Note: Sir Henry Cheyney v Ralph Shepparde, Thomas Pedder and others. Perjury, Todington, Beds.
    • see also STAC Cheyney

Compton v Grey

  • STAC 5/C25/26 - B A - 9 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Henry Compton v Reginald Greye et al
  • STAC 5/C60/33 - A Rr - - Bedfordshire - Sir Henry Compton v Reynold Gray, Peter Richardson et al
  • STAC 5/C78/28 - B A Rn Rr - Bedfordshire - Henry Compton v Rowland Nickson, Richard Worsley et al
    • Sir Henry Compton of Compton Wynyates, Warks v Margery Pygote, John Wastall, John Jackson, Reynolde Grey, Rowland Nickson, Peter Richardson, Richard Nickson, George Fytz, Richarde Worseley, Thomas Bridges, Symon Ordwaye, Nicholas Eton, Edward Hill, William Walles, Robte Lathburye, Nichas Childe, Robert Childe, John Guste, John Strynger & Robert Chester. Parcel of ground in Nether Grovenhirste, Beds.(dk)
  • STAC 5/C25/22 - I D - 9 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Henry Compton v Rowland Nickson, Reginald Grey, Peter Richardson et al
  • STAC 5/C71/3 - I D - 9 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Sir Henry Compton v Margery Piggott, Reginald Grey et al
    • TNA E159/356 Hilary Term, 10 Elizabeth. Fine paid 1567/8. **From Rouland Nickson de Gravenour, Beds, for his fine: 40s. **From Peter Richardson de Over Gravenhurst, Beds, husbandman, for his fine: 40s. **From Richard Nickson, servant of said Peter Richardson of Over Gravenhurst, Beds, for his fine: 40s. **From Richard Worsley de Over Gravenhurst, Beds, laborer, for his fine: 40s. **From Thomas Bridges de Over Gravenhurst, Beds, for his fine: 40s. **From George Fitz servant of Reginald Gray, armiger, for his fine: 40s. **From John Coste de Over Gravenhurst, Beds, laborer, for his fine: 20s. **From Nicholas Eaton de Flytton, Beds, gent, for his fine: 20s. **From Edward Hill de Selsowe, Beds, yeoman, for his fine: 20s. **From Simon Ordewaye, servant of Reginald Gray, armiger, for his fine: 20s. **From Robert Lathebury, servant of Reginald Gray, armiger, for his wife: 20s. **From William Wallis de Selsowe, Beds, laborer, for his fine: 20s. **From Robert Childe de Pulloxhill, Beds, husbandman, for his fine: 20s. **From Nicholas Childe de Fildon, Beds, husbandman, for his fine: 20s. **From John Stringer de Mepsall, Beds, husbandman, for his fine: 20s. **From Robert Chester de Selsaulle, Beds, husbandman, for his fine: 20s. **From John Westalle, servant of Reginald Gray, armiger, for his fine: 20s. **From John Jackson, servant of Reginald Gray, armiger, for his fine: 20s. **From Margaret Pyotte, widow, de Nether Gravenhurst, Beds: 20s.
    • see also STAC Compton

Conquest v Dixwell

  • STAC 5/C14/34 - B A Rr Rn - 28 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Richard Conquest v Faustine Dixwell
    • Bill of Richard Conquest of Houghton Conquest of Bedfordshire esq. In re a mill and pastures in Lytlingtone [Lidlington] Beds.
    • see also STAC Conquest

Cowper v Page

  • STAC 5/C2/11 - B - 23 Eliz - Bedfordshire - William Cowper v John Page et uxor, Thomas Bartlett, Edmund Cowper, John Cooke, Thomas Tilcocke et al.
    • William Cowper Citizen and haberdasher of London. In re lands in town of Arlesey in Bedfordshire.
    • see also STAC Cooper

D

Dowman v Taylor

  • STAC 5/D42/25 - I D - 38 Eliz - Bedfordshire - James Dowman v Thomas Taylor
    • Interrs mention Ampthill (no county given, ?Beds?), and will of Nicholas Fletcher. Deponent from Morryll, Beds.(dk)
    • see also STAC Dowman for other possible references

Drury v Amyas

  • STAC 5/D13/28 - B A - 26 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Robert Drurie v Edward Amyas et al
  • STAC 5/D5/34 - I D - 26 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Robert Drury v Christian Holeman, Edward Amyas, Edward Williams
    • Interrogatories tbm on behalf of Robert Drewry complt to Edward Amias, Edward Willyams & Christopher Holyman defts, include: Was the said Francis Pygott possessed of the said Rectory & parsonage of Quenton [Quinton]. Deponents: Edward Amyas, of Layghton Buzzard, Beds, gent, Edward Williams, of Houghton Conquest, Beds, gent, Christopher Holyman (dk)
  • STAC 5/D41/6 - B - - Bedfordshire - Robert Drewry v Amias,[blank], Christopher Moleman et al

E

Earle v Newbold

  • STAC 5/E15/18 - B A C I D - 44 Eliz - Bedfordshire - John Earle v John Newold Sr, John Newold Jr et al
    • Kempston, Beds.(dk)
  • STAC 5/E11/28 - I D - 43 Eliz - Bedfordshire - John Earle v John Newold Sr, John Newold Jr

F

Foster v Medbury

  • STAC 5/F6/37 - B Rn - - Bedfordshire - Elizabeth Foster v John Medburye, Thomas Rogers et al
  • STAC 5/F11/28 - I D - 11 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Elizabeth Foster v John Medley et al
  • STAC 5/F12/14 - I D - 11 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Elizabeth Forster v John Maydburye Sr, John Maydburye Jr, John Letten et al
    • Interrs refer sessions of peace at Bedford, & entry by force into a house at Sawforde/Sallforde, Beds.(dk)
  • STAC 5/F8/15 - I D - 11 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Elizabeth Foster v John Meydbury Sr, John Meydbury Jr, John Lettice et al
  • STAC 5/F17/37 - I D - 20 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Elizabeth Forster v John Maydber et al
  • STAC 7/21/22 - - - Bedfordshire - Elizabeth Foster v John Medberye et al

Fyshe v Mountford

  • STAC 5/F11/35 - B A Rn - 19 Eliz - Bedfordshire - George Fyshe v Henry Mountforde, James Este et al
  • George Fyshe gent your majesty’s surveyor of your county of Bedf . . . manor of Southill in co Bedf.
  • STAC 5/F7/38 - I D - 19 Eliz - Bedfordshire - George Fyshe v Henry Mountford
  • STAC 5/F15/27 - I D - 20 Eliz - Bedfordshire - George Fyshe v Henry Momford, James East
  • STAC 5/F14/22 - I D - 20 Eliz - Bedfordshire - George Fyshe v James East
  • STAC 5/F28/16 - D - 22 Eliz - Bedfordshire - [blank] Fyshe v James Easte
  • STAC 5/F14/16 - I D - 21 Eliz - Bedfordshire - George Fyshe armiger v Henry Mountford, Richard Clerke
    • George Fish plt Mountford et al touching perjurie one Spencer present att the Barr at heareing of this Cause and a Commissioner heretofore for the Deftes Informed upon his oath that the deposicions Certifyed by the Commissioners were Certified without his privitie albeit hee required to joyne with the plts Commissioners therein & that they did varie from the first draught by him & them taken in many materiall pointes the which the Court much misliked and thereupon presantly dismissed the Cause for that the deponent soe unduely and Corruptly Certifyed ought not to leade the Court to judgment. BL Harley 2143 f.10 - P 23 Eliz
    • see also STAC Fishe

Fyshe v Dyche

  • STAC 5/F22/4 - B A - 34 Eliz - Bedfordshire - George Fyshe v George Dyche
    • George Fyshe of Southall in co Bedfordshire. Common of pasture & enclosures on ground in Wardon, Beds.(dk)
  • STAC 5/F13/21 - I D - 34 Eliz - Bedfordshire - George Fyshe armiger v George Dycke
  • STAC 5/F18/21 - I D - 36 Eliz - Bedfordshire - George Fyshe v George Diche et al
  • STAC 5/F17/26 - C I D - 36 Eliz - Bedfordshire - George Fyshe v George Dithe, Nicholas Sharpe

Fishe v Marbury

  • STAC 5/F10/3 - Rr - 36 Eliz - Bedfordshire - George Fishe v John Marburye, John Woodgate et al
  • STAC 7/21/17 - - - Bedfordshire - George Fishe v John Marburye et al
  • STAC 5/F1/26 - B Dr A - 38 Eliz - Bedfordshire - George Fishe v John Fish, Richard Sutton, George Maxey
    • George Fishe of Southill Bedfordshire gentleman. In re the manor of Henlow Bedfordshire.
  • STAC 5/F8/40 - I D - 38 Eliz - Bedfordshire - George Fyshe v George Maxey Jr, John Fyshe
  • STAC 5/F30/1 - I D - 38 Eliz - Bedfordshire - George Fyshe v John Fyshe et al
  • STAC 5/F25/14 - I D - 38 Eliz - Bedfordshire - George Fissh v John Fissh et al

Foster v Odyll

  • STAC 7/12/18 - - - Bedfordshire - Elizabeth Foster v Richard Odyll, Robert Woodward
    • TNA Note Tenancy of a house belonging to plaintiff. See Name Index for possible others.
    • see also STAC Foster Forster for other possible references.

G

Glenister v Spilling

  • STAC 5/G8/37 - B - 22 Eliz - Bedfordshire - John Glenister v Thomas Spillinge, Margaret Spillinge, John Spillinge
    • John Glemster of Bedlowe, Beds, bailiff to the Sheriff of Beds. Forcible resistance to attempt to arrest Thomas Spillinge of Clophill, Beds following case at Kings Bench. (dk)
    • TNA E159/409 Easter Term, 37 Elizabeth. Fine Paid 1595. **From Thomas Spillinge de Claphill, Beds, laborer: £10.
    • see also STAC Glenister

Grubbe v Deacon

  • STAC 5/G9/15 - B A - 35 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Henry Grubbe v Richard Deacon, Thomas Marshall et al
    • Henry Grubbe of Overstandon, Beds & Elizabeth his wife. Assault at Clophill, Beds. Goods & estate of Nicholas Hawks late of Clophill.(dk)
  • STAC 5/G9/36 - I D - 35 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Henry Grubbe et uxor v Richard Deacon, William Costin et al

H

Hoddesden v Jackman

  • STAC 5/H25/14 - B A Rn Rr C I D - 29 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Christopher Hoddesden v William Jackman, Thomas Townshend et al
  • STAC 5/H28/16 - I D - 30 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Christopher Hoddesdon v William Jakeman et al
    • ODNB Hoddesdon, Sir Christopher (1533/4–1611), merchant by James Hodsdon. “in 1582 he acquired a country property, when he bought from the Barne family the manor of Leighton Buzzard in Bedfordshire. Like other new proprietors, he sought to improve his estates by enclosures. This and his stance on customary rights brought lengthy disputes with his tenants”
    • see also STAC Hoddesden

Hoddesden v Taylor

  • STAC 5/H7/38 - B A Rn - Mich 30/31 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Christopher Hoddesden v Thomas Felce, William Taylor, William Clobber et al
  • STAC 5/H26/6 - I D - 30 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Christopher Hoddesden v William Taylor, Thomas Taylor et al
  • STAC 5/H36/8 - I D - 31 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Christopher Hoddesdene v William Taylor, Thomas Taylor et al
    • ODNB Hoddesdon, Sir Christopher (1533/4–1611), merchant by James Hodsdon. “in 1582 he acquired a country property, when he bought from the Barne family the manor of Leighton Buzzard in Bedfordshire. Like other new proprietors, he sought to improve his estates by enclosures. This and his stance on customary rights brought lengthy disputes with his tenants”
    • see also STAC Hoddesden

Hoddesden v Wells

  • STAC 5/H77/36 - I D - 32 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Christopher Hoddesdon v William Ashwell, Francis Wells et al
  • STAC 5/H18/32 - I D - 32 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Christopher Hoddesden v William Ashewell et al
  • STAC 5/H55/18 - B A Rn Rr - 32 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Cristopher Hodgesden v Thomas Colman, Francis Wells, et al
  • STAC 5/H25/34 - I D - 29 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Christopher Hodson v Francis Wells, William Wells et al
  • STAC 5/H57/38 - I D - 32 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Christopher Hoddesdon v Joane Pratt, Elizabeth Johnson et al
    • ODNB Hoddesdon, Sir Christopher (1533/4–1611), merchant by James Hodsdon. “in 1582 he acquired a country property, when he bought from the Barne family the manor of Leighton Buzzard in Bedfordshire. Like other new proprietors, he sought to improve his estates by enclosures. This and his stance on customary rights brought lengthy disputes with his tenants”
    • see also STAC Hoddesden

Hoddesden v Theede and Matthew

  • STAC 5/H65/27 - B A - 37 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Christopher Hoddesden v Richard Theede, Gabriell Matthew et al
  • STAC 5/H3/16 - A - 37 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Christopher Hoddesden v William Theed, Nicholas Theed
  • STAC 5/H44/21 - I D - 36 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Christopher Hoddesdon v Richard Theede
  • STAC 5/H15/2 - I D - 37 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Christopher Hoddesdon v William Theede, Nicholas Theede
  • STAC 5/H39/23 - C I D - 38 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Christopher Hoddesdoun v Gabriel Matthew, John Neat
  • STAC 5/H43/14 - I D - 37 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Christopher Hoddesdon v Gabriel Matthew, John Neate
  • STAC 5/H49/28 - I D - 38 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Christopher Hoddesdon v Gabriel Matthew et al
    • ODNB Hoddesdon, Sir Christopher (1533/4–1611), merchant by James Hodsdon. “in 1582 he acquired a country property, when he bought from the Barne family the manor of Leighton Buzzard in Bedfordshire. Like other new proprietors, he sought to improve his estates by enclosures. This and his stance on customary rights brought lengthy disputes with his tenants”
    • see also STAC Hoddesden

Hoddesden v Foster and Saunders

  • STAC 5/H49/33 - B A - 40 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Christopher Hoddesdon v Charles Foster, Thomas Saunders
    • ODNB Hoddesdon, Sir Christopher (1533/4–1611), merchant by James Hodsdon. “in 1582 he acquired a country property, when he bought from the Barne family the manor of Leighton Buzzard in Bedfordshire. Like other new proprietors, he sought to improve his estates by enclosures. This and his stance on customary rights brought lengthy disputes with his tenants”
    • see also STAC Hoddesden

Hyde, Robert

  • STAC 5/H6/14 - B A - 40 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Robert Hyde v Thomas Puttenham
    • Robert Hide of Aldeburye, Herts. Rectory & parsonage of Eyton, Beds. Perjury at Common Pleas.(dk)
  • STAC 5/H69/10 - Rn - 41 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Robert Hyde v Thomas Puttnam
  • STAC 5/H54/10 - C I D - 41 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Robert Hyde v Thomas Putnam
  • STAC 5/H34/18 - I D - 41 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Robert Hide v Thomas Putnam
  • STAC 5/H16/4 - I D - 41 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Robert Hyde v Thomas Patnam

I J

Jackman v Duncombe

  • STAC 5/J21/33 - B A Rn Rr - 10 Eliz - Bedfordshire - William Jackman v William Duncombe, Edward Holland et al
    • William Jackman of Billingdon in the parish of Laighton in the co of Bedd gent.
  • STAC 7/24/3 - - - Bedfordshire - William Jackeman v Edward Holland,
  • STAC 5/J20/24 - I D - 10 Eliz - Bedfordshire - William Jackman v Roger Duncombe et al
  • STAC 5/J17/12 - I D - 10 Eliz - Bedfordshire - William Jackman v William Duncombe

K

Kensham v Wakefield

  • STAC 5/K1/28 - B A C I D - 24 Eliz - Bedfordshire - George Kensham v Thomas Wakefeild, Stephen Searrel, Thomas Parsley, William Chessame, George Gray et al

Earl of Kent v Knight and Taverner

  • STAC 5/K8/16 - B A Rn I D - 39 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Henry Earl of Kent v Thomas Taverner, William Abraham et al
  • STAC 5/K4/18 - I D - 39 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Henry Earl of Kent v John Kynght, Thomas Taverner et al
    • Harrowlde park, Bedfordshire, hunting and stealing deer.
  • STAC 5/K12/28 - I D - 40 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Henry Earl of Kent v Thomas Taverner, William Abraham, John Kirby, John Knight, Robert Cobs, Richard Lunner, John Bulton

L

M

N

Newdigate v Pinchmore

  • STAC 5/N1/7 - B A Rn - 19 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Robert Newdigate, Robert Pynchmore v John Earl of Kent, John Manneering, Gyles Blofeld, Richard Salter, John Dytchefeild, John Paul et al
    • Robert Newdigate Justice of Peace Bedfordshire, Robert Pynchmore of London yeoman. That whereas the rt hon Henry Earl of Kent having of late conceived very great displeasure malice and hatred against the said Robert Newdigate without any desert or cause geven. A burglarie within the parish of Hawnes, Newdigate's servants arrested.
  • STAC 5/N5/9 - I D - 19 Eliz - Robert Newdigate, Robert Pynchmor v John Dytchfield, Richard Salter et al
  • STAC 5/N3/14 - I D - 20 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Robert Newdegate, Robert Pynchenor v Henry Earl of Kent
  • STAC 5/N2/15 - I D - 20 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Robert Nudygale, Robert Pinchmore v Henry Earl of Kent

Newdigate v Amps and Leaper

  • STAC 5/N1/15 - B - 37 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Robert Newdigate v, Adam Amps et uxor, Thomas Leapor
    • Robert Newdigate of Hawns [Haynes] co Bedford.
  • STAC 5/N10/16 - A I - 37 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Robert Newdigate v Thomas Leaper et al
  • STAC 5/N16/30 - Rr - 37 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Robert Newdigate v Thomas Leaper, Adam Amps
  • STAC 5/N5/6 - A Rn - 37 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Robert Newdigate v William Ampes et al
  • STAC 5/N13/34 - I D - 37 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Robert Newdigate v William Mann
  • STAC 5/N15/25 - I D - 37 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Robert Newdegate v Adam Amps
  • STAC 5/N2/34 - I D - 38 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Robert Newdigate v Adam Ampes

Norwich v Lawrence

  • STAC 5/N10/14 - B A - 15 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Henry Norwick v Henry Lawrence, William Parradine et al
    • Henry Norwyche of Brampton, Northants. Armed assault upon the complt at a house called the sign of the Swanne in Bedford. Assailants all men of Bedford.(dk) -
  • STAC 5/N2/35 - I D - 14 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Henry Norwiche v Henry Lawrence alias Gyles, William Paradyne et al

O

Ordway v Bennett

  • STAC 5/O1/15 - B A Rn - Hil 30 Eliz - Bedfordshire - William Ordwaye Jr v Rowland Bennet, Thomas Collin, Thomas Tyler, Thomas Bardsley et al
  • STAC 5/O8/27 - I D - 30 Eliz - Bedfordshire - William Ordeway Jr v Rowland Bennett, Nicholas Parratt, Elizabeth Bennett et al.

P

Q

R

Rotheram v Huggford

  • STAC 5/R3/1 - B A Rn - Trin 38 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Isaac Rotherham v Edward Huggford, Julius Ferres, John Ferres, Rotherham Marshe, Richard Heath

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UV

W

Wollascot v Hale

  • STAC 5/W79/11 - I D - 30 Eliz - Bedfordshire - William Wollascot, William Winch v Thomas Hale et al
  • STAC 5/W26/26 - B A Rn Rr C I D - 31 Eliz - Bedfordshire - William Woolascott, William Winch v Thomas Hale et al
  • STAC 5/W45/32 - B A - 37 Eliz - Bedfordshire - William Wollescott v Edward Hale, Ann Hale, John Colebeck et al
  • STAC 5/W51/13 - I D - 36 Eliz - Bedfordshire - William Wollascot v Ann Hale
  • STAC 5/W71/9 - C I D - 34 Eliz - Bedfordshire - William Wollascott v Thomas Hale et al
  • STAC 5/W38/7 - I D - 34 Eliz - Bedfordshire - William Wollascott, William Wynch v Thomas Hale et al
  • STAC 5/W20/18 - I D - 34 Eliz - Bedfordshire - William Wollascott v Thomas Hale et al
  • STAC 5/W10/36 - I D - 34 Eliz - Bedfordshire - William Wallescott, William Wynche v Thomas Hale et al
    • In the 1590s, a Bedfordshire labourer was given a few pence by a gentleman for whom he had testified and told that ‘was enowghe for [his] dayes work’, but he reckoned that he was entitled to at least 4d. more because the amount that he had been given ‘was too littell because [he lost] that dayes worke’. 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) https://doi.org/10.1111/ehr.12773
  • STAC 5/W10/7 - I D - 37 Eliz - Bedfordshire - William Wollascott v John Clarke Jr

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Almoner

Almoner v Cooper

  • STAC 5/A21/29 - I D - 17 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Almoner v Margaret Cowper, William Cowper Jr
  • STAC 5/A59/40 - Rn - - Bedfordshire - Almoner v Margaret Cowper
  • STAC 5/A47/25 - I D - 17 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Almoner v William Cowper Sr
  • STAC 5/A4/2 - B - 16 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Almoner v Margery Cooper, William Cooper Sr, William Cooper Jr. Transcribed STAC 5/A4/2
    • James Cowper late of Dunstable co Bedford, drowned himself, felo de se.
  • STAC 5/A13/10 - B - 17 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Almoner v Margery Cowper, John Carter

Almoner v Newman

  • STAC 7/17/14 - - - Bedfordshire - Almoner v Thomas Newman
  • STAC 5/A39/27 - B A - 30 Eliz - Bedfordshire - Almoner v William Newman, William Sibley, Robert Smith
    • John Sibley late of Shoppesley in the co of Bedd, hanged himself.
    • see also STAC Newman


Palmer's cumulative totals of Star Chamber fines preserved in the E159s (rp)

  • TNA E159/352 Michaelmas Term, 7-8 Elizabeth. Fine paid 1565
    • From of Sir John Gascoigne, knight, of Cardington, Beds: £10.
    • From William Johnson of Cardington, Beds: 40s.
    • From John Fesaunt of Cardington, Beds: 40s.
    • From Thomas Hodge of Cardington, Beds: 40s.
    • From William Cowper of Cardington, Beds: 40s.
    • From Thomas Bull of Cardington, Beds: 40s.
    • From John Welfard of Cardington, Beds: 40s.
    • From Christofer Wyldersey of Cardington, Beds: 40s.
  • TNA E159/356 Hilary Term, 10 Elizabeth. Fine paid 1567/8
    • From Rouland Nickson de Gravenour, Beds, for his fine: 40s.
    • From Peter Richardson de Over Gravenhurst, Beds, husbandman, for his fine: 40s.
    • From Richard Nickson, servant of said Peter Richardson of Over Gravenhurst, Beds, for his fine: 40s.
    • From Richard Worsley de Over Gravenhurst, Beds, laborer, for his fine: 40s.
    • From Thomas Bridges de Over Gravenhurst, Beds, for his fine: 40s.
    • From George Fitz servant of Reginald Gray, armiger, for his fine: 40s.
    • From John Coste de Over Gravenhurst, Beds, laborer, for his fine: 20s.
    • From Nicholas Eaton de Flytton, Beds, gent, for his fine: 20s.
    • From Edward Hill de Selsowe, Beds, yeoman, for his fine: 20s.
    • From Simon Ordewaye, servant of Reginald Gray, armiger, for his fine: 20s.
    • From Robert Lathebury, servant of Reginald Gray, armiger, for his wife: 20s.
    • From William Wallis de Selsowe, Beds, laborer, for his fine: 20s.
    • From Robert Childe de Pulloxhill, Beds, husbandman, for his fine: 20s.
    • From Nicholas Childe de Fildon, Beds, husbandman, for his fine: 20s.
    • From John Stringer de Mepsall, Beds, husbandman, for his fine: 20s.
    • From Robert Chester de Selsaulle, Beds, husbandman, for his fine: 20s.
    • From John Westalle, servant of Reginald Gray, armiger, for his fine: 20s.
    • From John Jackson, servant of Reginald Gray, armiger, for his fine: 20s.
    • From Margaret Pyotte, widow, de Nether Gravenhurst, Beds: 20s.
  • TNA E159/398 Hilary Term, 32 Elizabeth. Fines Paid 1590
    • From Joan Jackman de Layton Bussard, Beds, widow: 40s.
    • From Juliana Fenne, wife of Michael Fenne de Layton Bussard, Beds: 20s.
    • From Alice Hogge, wife of William Hogge de Layton Bussard, Beds: 20s.
    • From Agnes Townesende, wife of Thomas Townesende de Layton Bussard, Beds: 20s.
  • TNA E159/404 Michaelmas Term, 34-35 Elizabeth. Fines Paid 1592
    • From John Colbeck de Temesforde, Beds, gent: £20.
    • From William Chaffer de Everton, husbandman: £20.
    • From Christofer Mayes de Temesford: £20.
    • From Agnes Barrett, wife of Richard Barrett de Tetworth, Hunts: £20.
    • From Simon Stringer de Shidlington, Hunts, husbandman: £20.
  • TNA E159/406 Michaelmas Term, 35-36 Elizabeth. Fine Paid 1593
    • From William Dyer of the county and City of Coventry: £10.
    • From George Fishe de Sowthiell, Beds: £10.
    • From John Fishe, gent, de Sowthiell, Beds: £6 13s 4d.
  • TNA E159/411 Easter and Trinity Terms, 38 Elizabeth. Fine Paid 1596
    • From William Smithe de Collingburne, Wilts, yeoman: £20.
    • From Robert Johnson de Newport Pannel, Beds, yeoman: £10.
    • From William Cooke de Newport Pannell, Beds, yeoman: £5.
    • From Thomas Cooke de Newport Pannell, Beds, yeoman: £5.
  • TNA E159/411 Easter and Trinity Terms, 38 Elizabeth. Fine Paid 1596
    • From John Fishe now or lately de Southill, Beds, gent: £20.
  • TNA E159/411 Easter and Trinity Terms, 38 Elizabeth. Fine Paid 1596
    • From William Golde now or lately de Warden, Beds, yeoman: £20.
    • From John Marbury de Warden, Beds, armiger: £10.
    • From Leonard de Cade de Eckwell, Beds, yeoman: 20s.
    • From John Woodgate de Warden, Beds, yeoman: 20s.
    • From John Haddon de Warden, Beds, yeoman: 20s.
  • TNA E159/412 Michaelmas Terms, 38-39 Elizabeth. Fine Paid 1596
    • From George Fishe de Southill, Beds, armiger: £20.
  • TNA E159/413 Easter Term, 39 Elizabeth. Fine Paid 1597
    • From George Fishe de Southill, Beds, armiger: £100.
  • TNA E159/413 Easter Term, 39 Elizabeth. Fine Paid 1597
    • From Edward Higforde de Cranfelde, Beds, gent: £100.
    • From Robert Scarnell de Cranfield, Beds: £20.
    • From Ralf Scarnell de Cranfield, Beds: £10.
    • From Martin Browne de Cranfield, Beds: £10.
  • TNA E159/416 Michaelmas Term, 40-41 Elizabeth. Fine Paid 1598
    • From Oliver Thorowgoode de Rowney, Beds: £10.
    • From James Martyn de Rowney, Beds: £10.
    • From John Cox de Rowney, Beds: £10.
  • TNA E159/418 Michaelmas Term, 41-42 Michaelmas. Fine Paid 1599
    • From Paul Peck de Ronehall, Beds, gent: £100.
    • From John Gray de Partnoll, Beds, yeoman: £50.