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''' NOTA BENE ''' - These case names are approximate and very likely to be changed.  
 
''' 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
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''' B ''' Bill of Complaint ''' Dr ''' Demurrer ''' A ''' Answer ''' Rn ''' Replication ''' Rr ''' Rejoinder
 
''' C ''' Commission ''' I ''' Interrogatories ''' D ''' Deposition
 
''' C ''' Commission ''' I ''' Interrogatories ''' D ''' Deposition
  
 
''' A '''  
 
''' A '''  
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''' Almoner v Maderyn '''
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*STAC 5/A23/2 - B - 4 Eliz - Caernarvon - Almoner v Griffith Maderyn, William Glyn et al
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**Edwards: Edmund Bishop of Rochester almoner v Griffith Madryn escheator, William Glyn sheriff. Appropriating property of a felo de se.
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**see also [[STAC Maderyn]]
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''' B '''  
 
''' B '''  
  
 
''' Bodward v Lewis '''  
 
''' Bodward v Lewis '''  
*STAC 5/B75/39 - B A - 41 Eliz - Caernarvon - Hugh Bodward v John Lewis ap Hugh et al
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*STAC 5/B75/39 - B A - 41 Eliz - Caernarvon - Hugh Bodward v John Lewis ap Hugh, et al
 
*STAC 5/B20/14 - I D - 41 Eliz - Caernarvon - Hugh Bodward v John ap Hugh Lewis
 
*STAC 5/B20/14 - I D - 41 Eliz - Caernarvon - Hugh Bodward v John ap Hugh Lewis
*see also [[STAC Bodward]]
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**Edwards: Hugh Bodwrda v John ap Hugh Lewis, et al. Attempted poisoning, assaults upon ploughmen, and stealing growing barley on land caleed Tir yn Penrhyn Llewellyn, in Ultradaron.
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**see also [[STAC Bodward]]
  
 
''' C '''  
 
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''' D '''  
 
''' D '''  
  
 
''' Dutton v Hampton '''  
 
''' Dutton v Hampton '''  
*Interrogatories (dated Nov 1598) tbm on behalf of William Dutton plt to Richard Hampton deft, include: Did you commence suit against William Dutton at the Council in the Marches for title to a messuage & lands called Tythyn Lloyden, Carnarvonshire. Did the court not order that the said Dutton & his assigns should retain possession of the said messuage. Did you bring an action at the Carnarvon Assizes against Edward Smyth, lessee of the said messuage. Deponent 16 November Anno 40 Eliz: Richard Hampton, of Hentlys, Anglesey, gent. (dk) - STAC 5/D5/27
 
 
*STAC 5/D24/28 - B A - 40 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Dutton v Richard Hampton, Edward Smythe, Henry ap William  
 
*STAC 5/D24/28 - B A - 40 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Dutton v Richard Hampton, Edward Smythe, Henry ap William  
 
*STAC 5/D5/27 - I D - 40 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Dutton v Richard Hampton
 
*STAC 5/D5/27 - I D - 40 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Dutton v Richard Hampton
*See also [[STAC Dutton]]  
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**Interrogatories (dated Nov 1598) tbm on behalf of William Dutton plt to Richard Hampton deft, include: Did you commence suit against William Dutton at the Council in the Marches for title to a messuage & lands called Tythyn Lloyden, Carnarvonshire. Did the court not order that the said Dutton & his assigns should retain possession of the said messuage. Did you bring an action at the Carnarvon Assizes against Edward Smyth, lessee of the said messuage. Deponent 16 November Anno 40 Eliz: Richard Hampton, of Hentlys, Anglesey, gent. (dk) - STAC 5/D5/27
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**STAC 5/D24/28, STAC 5/D5/27 are not in Edwards
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**see also [[STAC Dutton]]  
  
 
''' E '''
 
''' E '''
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''' Ellis v Gwin '''
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*STAC 5/E8/2 - B A I D - 43 Eliz - Caernarvon - Rowland Ellis v Richard Gwinn et al
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*STAC 5/E12/22 - B A C - 43 Eliz - Caernarvon - Rowland Ellis v Rowland ap William John, Richard Gwinne, John Smith et al
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*STAC 5/E3/35 - I D - 42 Eliz - Caernarvon - Rowland Ellis v Rowland ap William John
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**Edwards: Rowland Ellis of the Inner Temple gentleman v Richard Gwin of Caernarvon JP. Misdemeanours of the defendant,— secret labouring to be put in the Commission, he being an insufficient man; using the office for his own enrichment; false imprisonment in fetters and manacles; connivance at the murder of a serjeant of a band of soldiers at Caernarvon; enticing young gentlemen to his house to gamble; armed riotous assembly in the Jubilee Hall in Caernarvon and wounding of the complainant; perjury in an action at the Court of the Marches; combinations and conspiracies in a former Star Chamber bill. (ref STAC 5/P57/13)
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**see also [[STAC Ellis]]
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''' Meredith v Eaton '''
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*STAC 5/E4/40 - I D - 13 Eliz - Caernarvon - Meredith ap Edward v James Eaton
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**Edwards: Meredith ap Edward v James Eaton of Eaton Denbighshire esquire. Breaking seats in the Bangor Church
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*STAC 5/E8/30 - B A C - 13 Eliz - Caernarvon - Meredith ap Edward v Edward Eyton, Robert ap Howell et al
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**STAC 5/E8/30 is not in Edwards
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**see also [[STAC Welsh names E]]
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''' Evans v Morice '''
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*STAC 5/E15/26 - B A - 38 Eliz - Caernarvon - Hugh Evans clericus v John Gwyn Morice et al
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*STAC 5/E12/7 - I D - 38 Eliz - Caernarvon - Hugh Evans v John Wynne Morice et als
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*STAC 5/E14/1 - Rn - 38 Eliz - Caernarvon - Hugh Evans v John Gwinn Morice
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**Edwards: Hugh Evan clerk v John Wyn Morrice et al. Commons at Clynnog.
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**see also [[STAC Evans]]
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''' Margaret verch Evan v John David '''
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*STAC 5/E5/34 - B A C - 35 Eliz - Caernarvon - Margaret verch Evane v Griffith ap Nicholas, Lowcie Lewes
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*STAC 5/E1/25 - B A C - 35 Eliz - Caernarvon - Margaret verch Evan v John David ap Howell, Robert Lewis, William ap William, Evan ap David ap Howell, William Vaughan ap Morrice et al
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*STAC 5/E8/35 - B A - 35 Eliz - Caernarvon - Margaret verch Evan v John David ap Howell et al
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*STAC 5/E13/27 - I D - 36 Eliz - Caernarvon - Margaret verch Evan v William ap William et al
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*STAC 5/J8/2 - Rn - 36 Eliz - Caernarvon - Margaret verch Ievan v William ap William, Lewis ap Richard et al see [[STAC Welsh names IJ]]
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*STAC 5/J16/1 - I D - 35 Eliz - Caernarvon - Margaret verch Ievan v Robert Lewis
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**Edwards: Margaret verch Evan of Beddgelert a widow with a large family v Lowry Lewis, John David ap Howell, Griffith ap Nicholas, et al. Dispute between two widows about land called Hafodnyther, Beddgelert; assault upon the chattles, animals and lands of the complainant, — pulling down her house, and rendering her homeless.
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**see also [[STAC Welsh names E]]
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''' Evans v Davis '''
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*STAC 5/E7/27 - B - 24 Eliz - Caernarvon - Richard Evans v Morris Davis
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**Edwards: Richard Evan of Jesus College Oxford v Morrice Davies. Grant of the curacy of Llanaelheaern to the complainant by the bishop of Bangor; bringing an action into Star Chamber, though the matter is subjudice in the Court of the Marches.
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**see also [[STAC Evans]]
  
 
''' Evans v Meredith ap Thomas '''
 
''' Evans v Meredith ap Thomas '''
*One of the deponents is of a parish in co Caernarvon - STAC 5/E1/36
 
 
*STAC 5/E1/36 - B A Rn Rr C I D - 31 Eliz - Caernarvon - Richard Evans v Meredith ap Thomas, John Evans
 
*STAC 5/E1/36 - B A Rn Rr C I D - 31 Eliz - Caernarvon - Richard Evans v Meredith ap Thomas, John Evans
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**One of the deponents is of a parish in co Caernarvon
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**STAC 5/E1/36 is not in Edwards
 
*STAC 5/E3/16 - I D - 32 Eliz - Caernarvon - Richard Evans v [blank] ap Thomas, John Evans
 
*STAC 5/E3/16 - I D - 32 Eliz - Caernarvon - Richard Evans v [blank] ap Thomas, John Evans
 
*STAC 5/E14/23 - I D - 31 Eliz - Caernarvon - Richard Evans v Meredith ap Thomas, John Evans
 
*STAC 5/E14/23 - I D - 31 Eliz - Caernarvon - Richard Evans v Meredith ap Thomas, John Evans
*see also [[STAC Evans]]
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**Edwards: Richard Evan of Jesus College Oxford now rector of Llanaelhaearn v Meredith ap Thomas, John Evans. Right of the rector to the title upon a farm called Tyddyn Mawr y Cwm.
 
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**see also [[STAC Evans]]
''' Margaret verch Evan v John David '''
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*STAC 5/E1/25 - B C A - 35 Eliz - Caernarvon - Margaret verch Evan v John David ap Howell, Robert Lewis, William ap William, Evan ap David ap Howell, William Vaughan ap Morrice et al
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*STAC 5/E5/34 - B A C - 35 Eliz - Caernarvon - Margaret verch Evane v Griffith ap Nicholas, Lowcie Lewes
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*see also [[STAC Welsh names E]]
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''' F '''  
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''' G '''  
 
''' G '''  
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''' Glynn v Owen '''
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*STAC 5/G33/9 - B - 42 Eliz - Caernarvon - Thomas Glynn v Thomas Owen, Hugh Morgan et al
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*STAC 5/G30/18 - B A Rn - 38 Eliz - Caernarvon - Thomas Glynn v Thomas Owen, Meredith ap Hugh ap Owen
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*STAC 5/G41/38 - I D - 37 Eliz - Caernarvon - Thomas Glynn v Meredyth ap Hugh ap Owen, Thomas Owen
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**Edwards: Thomas Glyn of Glynllifon v Thomas Owen, Hugh Morgan et al. Bribery and corruption in a dispute concerning land in Caernarvonshire before Quarter Sessions and Assizes.
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*STAC 5/G28/31 - Rr - 38 Eliz - Caernarvon - Thomas Glynne v Thomas Owen et al
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*STAC 5/G17/6 - B A - - Caernarvon - Thomas Glyn v Hugh Morgan, Hugh Jones
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**STAC 5/G28/31, STAC 5/G17/6 are not in Edwards
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**see also [[STAC Glynn]]
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''' Glynne v Griffith '''
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*STAC 5/G16/26 - B - 36 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Glynne v Ellis Griffith
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*STAC 5/G33/19 - B A C I D - 38 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Glynn v Ellys Griffith
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*STAC 5/G30/23 - Rn Rr - 38 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Glynn v Ellis Griffith
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*STAC 5/G13/7 - C I D - 39 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Glynn v Ellis Griffith
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**Edwards: William Glyn of Lincoln’s Inn grandson of William Glyn of Glynllifon v Ellis Griffith of Caernarvon, Corruption and perjury in an action in the Court of the Marches concerning Tyddyn Grugan isa, in Dinllech. (cf STAC 5/G24/37)
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**see also [[STAC Glynn]]
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''' Glynne v Hugh ap Ievan '''
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*STAC 5/G45/5 - B A C - 38 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Glynne v Hugh ap Evan, Rees ap William ap Graff
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*STAC 5/G13/36 - B A - 37 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Glynne v Ievan ap Hugh ap Madox, Humphrey ap Jevan et al
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*STAC 5/G29/21 - Rn - 21 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Glynn v John ap Maddock ap Hugh
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*STAC 5/G8/22 - I D - 37 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Glyn v Ievan ap Hugh ap Madocks, Humphrey ap Jevan ap Hugh et al
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*STAC 5/G44/11 - B A C I D - 39 Eliz - Anglesey, Caernarvon - William Glynn v Hugh ap Jenn ap Henry, Richard Owen et al
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*STAC 5/G40/33 - C I D - 39 Eliz - Anglesey, Caernarvon - William Glynn v Maddox ap Hugh ap Evan et al
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**Edwards: William Glyn of Edernion v Hugh ap Evan, Rees ap William ap Griffith, Richard Owen, Ievan ap Hugh ap Madoc, et al. Purchase of messuages and a water grist mill at moelfre in Edernion; assaults, vexatious actions at law and the blocking of the road from the mill to the market town of Pwllheli.
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*STAC 5/G41/30 - A Rn Rr - 38 Eliz - Anglesey, Caernarvon - William Glynn v Richard Owen, Hugh ap Ievan
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**STAC 5/G41/30 not in Edwards for Caernarvon.
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**see also [[STAC Glynn]]
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''' Griffith v Edward ap Evan '''
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*STAC 5/G23/16 - B - 43 Eliz - Caernarvon - Margaret Griffith, Edward Griffith v Edward ap Evans
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**Edwards: Margaret Griffith widow and Edward her son both of Caernarvon v Edward ap Evan. Corruption and perjury in an action in the Exchequer against Evan ap William Lewis of Trawsfynydd, and William ap Evan his son, concerning Tir y Felin, Trawsfynydd.
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**see also [[STAC Griffith]]
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''' Griffith v Davies '''
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*STAC 5/G32/20 - B A Rn Rr - 17 Eliz - Caernarvon - Edward Griffith v Morris Davis, Robert ap Evans ap Thomas
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*STAC 5/G22/7 - I - 17 Eliz - Caernarvon - Edward Griffith v Morris Davies
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**Edwards: Edward Griffith v Morris Davies of Caernarvon deputy-chamberlain of North Wales, Robert ap Evan ap Thomas. Extortions; converting money contributed as alms to charitable institutions to his own use; corruption in office; forging the signatures of JPs.
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**see also [[STAC Griffith]]
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''' Griffith v Glynne '''
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*STAC 5/G24/37 - B A C I D - 38 Eliz - Caernarvon - Ellice Griffith v William Glynne
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*STAC 5/G12/1 - C I D - 40 Eliz - Caernarvon - Ellis Griffith v William Glinne
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*STAC 5/G11/28 - Rn - 40 Eliz - Caernarvon - Ellice Griffith v William Glynn
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*STAC 5/G21/3 - I D - 42 Eliz - Caernarvon - Alicia Griffith v William Glynn
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**Edwards: Ellis Griffith of Caernarvon v William Glyn junior JP of Glynllifon. The sealing of a bond at the northwest door of the parish church of Llanddwrog, relating to a mortgage upon Tythyn Grugan; action in the Court of Common Pleas and in the Court of the Marches. In the meantime William Glyn senior dies, and is followed by William Glyn junior, who refuses to be bound by the bond.
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**see [[STAC co Caernarvon]]
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''' Griffith v Morrice '''
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*STAC 5/G21/7 - B A Rn - 35 Eliz - Caernarvon - Griffith ap Morris v William Maurice, Griffith ap Owen et al
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*STAC 5/G8/24 - I D - 37 Eliz - Caernarvon - Maurice Griffith v William Maurice, Owen ap Griffith et al
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*STAC 5/G36/3 - C I D - 38 Eliz - Caernarvon - Morrice Griffith v William Morrice et al
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*STAC 5/G37/36 - A - 36 Eliz - Caernarvon - Griffith ap Morrice v Richard Owen et al
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*STAC 5/G38/22 - I D - 37 Eliz - Caernarvon - Griffith v William Morris, Hugh ap Richard ap David
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**Edwards: Morrice Griffith v William Morrice of Cleneny JP deputy-lieutenant and Custos rotulorum, Griffith ap Owen, et al. Forcible rescue of the first defendant from the complainant, who had arrested him upon a writ from the Court of Common Pleas; riotously leading his servants and continuing to sit on the bench nowithstanding that he had been rescued from arrest; refusal to obey the sheriff (William William of Cochwillan); assaulting the sheriff, and threatening to put him to death. The Defendant avers that the writ was made out for the arresting of William Morrice of Porkington, Shropshire, his son.
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**see also [[STAC Griffith]]
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''' Griffith v Puleston '''
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*STAC 5/G13/21 - B - 17 Eliz - Caernarvon - Robert Griffith v Rowland Puleston, William Thomas et al
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**Edwards: Robert Griffith mayor of Caernarvon v Rowland Puleston sheriff, William Thomas et al. Dispute between the mayor bailiffs and burgesses of caernarvon on the one part and the sheriff of the shire and his followers on the other as to the rights of the townsmen; riot within the town and the casting of many into prison in irons.
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**see also [[STAC Griffith]]
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''' Griffith v Thomas ap Harry '''
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*STAC 5/G3/2 - B Dr - Easter 37 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Griffith v Thomas ap Harry ap William
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**Edwards: William Griffith of Caernarvon gentleman v Thomas ap Harry ap William a burgess of Caernaevon. The rights of the corporate town of Caernarvon, especially in the election of bailiffs; refusal to obey a warrant from JPs; misdemeanours within the town and resisting the town officers.
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**see also [[STAC Griffith]]
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*Miscellanea Bundle 4/- - I D
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*Edwards: John Gwyneth clerk of Clynnog Fawr v Pohn Puleston clerk of Conway, Hugh Lewis. The possessions and appurtenances of the late Dr Glyn at Clynnog Fawr in Llanwnda and Llanfaglan.
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*This might possibly be STAC 5/G6/36 - I D - 36 Eliz - - John Gwynneth v Edward Keble, Rice Loyd et al
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''' H '''  
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''' Heward v Gwyn '''
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*STAC 5/H69/23 - B A C - 44 Eliz - Caernarvon - John Heward v Hugh Gwyn, Rethers ap Richard
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*STAC 5/H42/31 - C I D - 44 Eliz - Caernarvon - John Heward v Hugh Gwyn, John Lewis et al
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**Edwards: John Heward of Fletherhill Pembrokeshire v Hugh Gwyn of Penarth sheriff, Richard ap Rhytherch, et al. The stealing by the defendants of malt, rye, wheat, cheese and butter stored by the complainant at Llandegla, part of the cargo of a shipwreck. Defendats aver that the ship was wrecked at Dinas Dinlle, and that they saved the cargo, which was not according to the entry at the customs-houde of Pembroke. Defendants accuse the complainant of giving evidence contrary to that of the mariners.
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*STAC 5/H20/34 - B A - 44 Eliz - Caernarvon - John Heward v Hugh Gwyn, Owen Gwyn, Richard ap Rytherge et al
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*STAC 5/H17/22 - I D - 44 Eliz - Caernarvon - John Howard v Hugh Gwyn, Owen Gwyn, Richard Prothoroghe et al
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**STAC 5/H20/34, STAC 5/H17/22 are not in Edwards
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**see also [[STAC Heward]]
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''' Ievan ap Howell v Williams  '''
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*STAC 5/H49/32 - B A - 31 Eliz - Caernarvon - Ievan ap Howell v Edward Williams, Maddock ap Rees ap Robert
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*STAC 5/P29/20 - I D - 31 Eliz - - Caernarvon - Evan Powell v Edward Willyams
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**Edwards: Evan ap Howell servant to the Rt Hon Sir Francis Walsingham knight v Edward Williams, Maddock ap Rees ap Robert. Plea in the Court of Wards and Liveries concerning the renting of Bronyfedw, Mynydd y Fedw, Rhos y Main Bras and Cwm y Derwenydd in the township of Llanfair, comote of Iscoed, of the Crown Feodary of the county of Caernarvon; assault and forcible ouster.
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**see also [[STAC Welsh names H]]
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''' IJ '''  
 
''' IJ '''  
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''' William ap Maddock v Thomas '''
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*STAC 5/J12/23 - B A Rn Rr C I D - 22 Eliz - Caernarvon - William ap Madock ap Ievan v William Thomas, Rees Walter et al
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*STAC 5/J13/34 - I - - Caernarvon - William Madocke Jemy v William Thomas, Richard ap Jemy, Rhees Walter see [[STAC Maddock]]
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**Edward has J13/24 but this is an error for J13/34
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*STAC 5/M47/24 - I D - 22 Eliz - Caernarvon - Madocke ap Joan ap William v Rees Walter, William Thomas et al
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**Edwards: William ap Maddock ap Ievan v William Thomas JP of Caernarvon ex-sheriff of Anglesey, Rees Walter, Richard ap Ievan, et al. Assault and forcible entry upon a tenement called Tyddynygeufron, Llanwnda; misdemeanours in office; using their relationship with the JPs of Anglesey to their own gain.
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*STAC 7/26/1 - - - Caernarvon - William Madocke v William Thomas
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**STAC 7/26/1 is not in Edwards
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**see also [[STAC Maddock]]
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''' Morgan ap John v Wyn '''
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*STAC 5/J18/1 - B - 11 Eliz - Caernarvon - Morgan ap John v John Wyn ap Hugh
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**Edwards: Morgan ap John yeoman v John Wyn ap Hugh chief captain of the pirates of Ynys Enlli (Bardsey Island). The ignorant people of Caernarvonshire induced by the defendant to help the pirates, are indicted for so doing. The defendant uses Ynys Enlli as his chief headquarters for storage purposes and has a factor there, one William Morgan; the pirate’s booty is carried thence to Chester and sold there in the markets and fairs; the defendant is a man of good countenance great power, ability and friendship in the county, so that no one will object ought against him or his men and no jury will indict them.
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**see also [[STAC Welsh names IJ]]
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''' Jones v Griffith '''
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*STAC 5/J22/2 - B - - Caernarvon - Owen Jones v Griffith Kiffin senior, Owen ap Hoell
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**Edwards: Owen Jones servant to John Wyn ap Cadwalader of Caernarvon v Sir Richard Kiffen and Sir Richard ap Howell, et al clerks, their wives sons and daughters. Assault upon the complainant at Erw’r Bwth near Llanrwst; keeping sons and sons-in-law of evil living as ministers of religion; gathering commorthau; tippling, hunting, carding and dicing, loading dice and setting cards; forging wills and testaments; taking no order in their churches, at even service being too drunk to walk; kidnapping wealthy minors and forcing them to marry their daughters.
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**see also [[STAC Jones]]
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''' Jones v Gronwy '''
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*STAC 5/J14/25 - B A - 34 Eliz - Caernarvon - Morryce Jones v Richard Gronow
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*STAC 5/J16/19 - I D - 34 Eliz - Caernarvon - Morres Jones v Rees Groome et al
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**Edwards: Morrice Jones now dwelling in Sussex v Richard Gronwy, et al. Assault upon the complainant on the highway at Llanrhaiadr, and also upon his land there, — Tyddyn Dafydd Pritchard.
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**see also [[STAC Jones]]
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''' L '''  
 
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''' Lewis v David '''  
 
''' Lewis v David '''  
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*STAC 5/L12/28 - B A C I D - 42 Eliz - Caernarvon - Gwenhwyfar ferch Richard Lewis v Alice uxor Harry ap David et Grace et Anne filiae
 
*STAC 5/L1/14 - B - 41 Eliz - Caernarvon - Gwenhwyvar verch Richard Lewes v Harry David et uxor, Grace David, Ann David
 
*STAC 5/L1/14 - B - 41 Eliz - Caernarvon - Gwenhwyvar verch Richard Lewes v Harry David et uxor, Grace David, Ann David
 
*STAC 5/L39/34 - Rn - 42 Eliz - Caernarvon - Gwenwhyvar verch Richard Lewes v David ap Harry  
 
*STAC 5/L39/34 - Rn - 42 Eliz - Caernarvon - Gwenwhyvar verch Richard Lewes v David ap Harry  
*STAC 5/L12/28 - B A C I D - 42 Eliz - Caernarvon - Gwenhwyfar ferch Richard Lewis v Alice uxor Harry ap David et Grace et Anne filiae
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**Edwards: Gwenhwyfar ferch Richard Lewis of Glyn v Alice the wife of Harry ap David of Castell, her daughters Grace and Anne. Assault on the high way near Castell. When the complainant was down the first defendant with a stone knocked the complainant’s teeth our, smashing her chin, and disfiguring her for life.
 
*STAC 5/G21/9 - C I D - 44 Eliz - Caernarvon - Gwenhwyfar verch Richard Lewis v David ap Harry, Alice verch Harry et al
 
*STAC 5/G21/9 - C I D - 44 Eliz - Caernarvon - Gwenhwyfar verch Richard Lewis v David ap Harry, Alice verch Harry et al
*see also [[STAC Lewis]]  
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**STAC 5/G21/9 is not in Edwards.
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**see also [[STAC Lewis]]  
  
 
''' Lloyd v Griffith '''
 
''' Lloyd v Griffith '''
 
*STAC 5/L23/2 - I D - 16 Eliz - Caernarvon - John Lloyd v Grifith ap John Griffith, William Jones, Edward Rowland, Robert Madryn et al
 
*STAC 5/L23/2 - I D - 16 Eliz - Caernarvon - John Lloyd v Grifith ap John Griffith, William Jones, Edward Rowland, Robert Madryn et al
*see also [[STAC Lloyd]]
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**Edwards: John Lloyd of Tyddyn Mawr Pwllheli gentleman, servant to the Rt Hon Lord Henry Seymour v Griffith ap John Griffith, William Jones, Edward Rowland, Robert Madryn, et al. Marriage of the complainant’s son to a daughter of Edward Rowland, without the complainant’s consent, in the town of Pwllheli; consequent assaults, riots and affrays.
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**see also [[STAC Lloyd]]
  
 
''' Lloyd v Williams '''  
 
''' Lloyd v Williams '''  
 
*STAC 5/L20/8 - B A - 2 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Lloyd v Henry Williams
 
*STAC 5/L20/8 - B A - 2 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Lloyd v Henry Williams
 
*STAC 5/L12/2 - I D - 11 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Lloyd v Hugh Williams
 
*STAC 5/L12/2 - I D - 11 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Lloyd v Hugh Williams
*see also [[STAC Lloyd]]
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**Edwards: William Lloyd v Hugh William. Perjury in an action in Chancery concerning lands at Llanfair, Caernarvon.
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**see also [[STAC Lloyd]]
  
 
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''' M '''  
  
''' Almoner v Maderyn '''
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*STAC 5/M11/14 - B - 25 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Maurice v Hugh Gwyn, Jevan ap John ap Hugh et al
*STAC 5/A23/2 - B - 4 Eliz - Caernarvon - Almoner v Griffith Maderyn, William Glyn et al
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**Edwards: William Morrice of Cleneney ex-sheriff, William Morrice junior deputy-sheriff his son v Hugh Gwyn of Bodfel, Ievan ap John ap Hugh, et 50 aliis (including three women). Assault at Pistyll upon the deputy-sheriff and his men whilst they were attempting to execute a writ of distraint from Chancery, upon a bond of £1000; forcible resistance to the distraint and the maiming of the deputy-sheriff and seventeen of his men.
*see also [[STAC Maderyn]]
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**see also [[STAC Morris]]
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''' Meredith v ap David '''
 +
*STAC 5/M23/31 - B A - 38 Eliz - Caernarvon - Humfry Meredith, William Glyn v Rice ap David, Hugh ap David David
 +
**Edwards: Humffrey Meredith, William Glyn v Robert ap Richard Wyn, David ap Hugh ap David. The parishioners of Clynnog decide to have a new bell fixed in the steeple; the bell is cast by Thomas Fryer, who, on his own authority, stamps on the bell the arms of the complainants; this enrages the defendants and, on Sunday during divine service, they enter the church and break the bell in pieces.
 +
**see also [[STAC Meredith]
 +
 
 +
''' ap Meredith v Griffith '''
 +
*STAC 5/M11/21 - B A - 40 Eliz - Caernarvon - William ap Richard ap Meredith v Edward Griffith, David William ap Rees et al
 +
**Edwards: William ap Richard Meredith v Edward Griffith, David William ap Rees, et al. Converting the rent of a messuage at Llanengan from 22 measures of oatmeal or pilcorn to four pounds, six shillings and eight pence in money.
 +
 
 +
''' Morgan v Wood '''
 +
*STAC 5/M18/8 - B A C - 35 Eliz - Caernarvon - Thomas Morgan, Thomas Rowland v Owen Wood, Howel Lewes
 +
*STAC 5/M25/15 - Rn - 36 Eliz - Caernarvon - Thomas Morgan, Rowland Thomas v Howell Lewis, Owen Wood
 +
*STAC 5/M34/21 - A I D - 34 Eliz - Caernarvon - Thomas Morgan, Rowland Thomas v Howell Lewys
 +
*STAC 5/M36/32 - B A - 33 Eliz - Caernarvon - Thomas Morgan, Rowland Thomas v Owen Wood, Howell Lewis
 +
**Edwards: Thomas Morgan clerk, Rowland Thomas DL v Owen Wood esquire, Howell Lewis. Perjury at the Court of Wards and Exchequer and the prerogative Court of the Archbishop of Canterbury, concerning the will of the late Rowland Thomas DL, dean of the cathederal church of Bangor, foster father of the second defendant. (counter suit STAC5/L34/24)
 +
*STAC 5/M42/39 - I D - 28 Eliz - Caernarvon - Thomas Morgan v Thomas Cottrell, Christopher Forte alias Force
 +
*STAC 5/M45/8 - C I D - 37 Eliz - Caernarvon - Thomas Morgan et al v Owen Wood et al
 +
**STAC 5/M42/39, STAC 5/M45/8 are not in Edwards
 +
**Edwards includes STAC 5/M27/31 - I D - 26 Eliz - - Thomas Morgan v William Hopkyn, Gwylyn Phelypp but this is part of another case.
 +
**see also [[STAC Welsh names M]]  
  
 
''' N '''  
 
''' N '''  
*
+
 
 
''' O '''  
 
''' O '''  
*
+
 
 +
''' Owen v Vaughan '''
 +
*STAC 5/O9/18 - B - 19 Eliz - Caernarvon - - Thomas Owen v Richard Vaughan et al
 +
*STAC 5/O7/22 - A Rn Rr C I D - 22 Eliz - Caernarvon - - Thomas Owen v Richard Vaughan et al.
 +
*STAC 5/O8/17 - I D - 22 Eliz - Caernarvon - - Thomas Owen v Richard Vaughan, Hugh ap William Maddock et al.
 +
**Edwards: Thomas Owen of Pencoed esquire v Richard Vaughan sheriff, Hughap William ap Madock, Richard Owen ap Rice Vaughan. Malice culminating in the defendants accusing the complainant of high treason and imprisoning him in irons; refusal to obey a decree of the Privy Council to bring the matter to a speedy trial at the Shropshire Assizes; false indictment for suspected Papistry against the complainant at Quarter Sessions held at Caernarvon and illegal proceedings to secure his conviction there, the first defendant using his office to secure the enrolment of a conviction which was never put before the jury, whereupon the complainant secured a commission out of the Court of the Marches to enquire into the premises. (The case develops into one of Papistry, throwing much new light upon religion in North Wales at that period and the connection with the Welsh papist priests of Europe.)
 +
**see also [[STAC Owen]]
 +
 
 
''' P '''  
 
''' P '''  
  
 
''' Parry v ap David '''
 
''' Parry v ap David '''
 
*STAC 5/P18/25 - B - 37 Eliz - Caernarvon - John Parry v Richard ap David
 
*STAC 5/P18/25 - B - 37 Eliz - Caernarvon - John Parry v Richard ap David
*see also [[STAC Parry]]  
+
**Edwards: John Parry v Richard ap David. Perjury and forgery concerning a devise of lands at Pengwern.
 +
**see also [[STAC Parry]]  
  
 
''' Pennant v Ellis '''
 
''' Pennant v Ellis '''
 
*STAC 5/P57/13 - B - 42 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Pennant v Rowland Ellis, Richard Owen, John Williams et al  
 
*STAC 5/P57/13 - B - 42 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Pennant v Rowland Ellis, Richard Owen, John Williams et al  
*see [[STAC Pennant]]  
+
*STAC 5/P5/13 - A - 42 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Pennant v Rowland Ellis
 +
**Edwards: William Pennant of London gentleman keeper of the Crown house called Justice Court at Caernarvon where the ancient records and the armour of the said county were kept v Rowland Ellis of Middle Temple gentleman, Richard Owen, John Williams et 8 aliis. Scaling the walls of the Justice Court and forcibly entering and quartering two geldings in the stables of the house; assault upon complainant when he tooks defendants before Richard Gwyn JP. (ref STAC 5/E8/2)
 +
**see also [[STAC Pennant]]  
  
 
''' Philips v Owen '''
 
''' Philips v Owen '''
 
*STAC 5/P42/19 - B A - 29 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Phillippes v Robert Owen, Rowland Jones
 
*STAC 5/P42/19 - B A - 29 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Phillippes v Robert Owen, Rowland Jones
*see [[STAC Philips]]  
+
**Edwards: William Philip of Wells Somerset v Robert Owen of Wells, Rowland Jones et al. Robert Owen, a Welshman and a suspected Papist, about 12 years last past was made minister of Dolbenmaen and Penmorfa in the diocese of Bangor; leasing out the curacy, he still received the profits. Thence he came to Wells, outwardly as a serving-man to one John Bishop, a proctor of the spiritual law and a notorious Papist, and soon became a proctor himself, and a deputy-judge at the archdeacon’s court. Assault upon the complainant by Robert Owen and others his friends at the fair at Wells, because the complainant suspected Robert Owen and his friends of Papistry.
 +
**see also [[STAC Philips]]  
  
 
''' Powell v ap Evan '''
 
''' Powell v ap Evan '''
 
*STAC 5/P4/23 - B A Rn C - 18 Eliz - Caernarvon - Rhytherch Powell v Richard ap Evan, Thomas ap William, Retherch ap Richard et al
 
*STAC 5/P4/23 - B A Rn C - 18 Eliz - Caernarvon - Rhytherch Powell v Richard ap Evan, Thomas ap William, Retherch ap Richard et al
 
*STAC 5/P40/23 - I D - 18 Eliz - Caernarvon - Retherch Powell v William ap Thomas
 
*STAC 5/P40/23 - I D - 18 Eliz - Caernarvon - Retherch Powell v William ap Thomas
*see [[STAC Powell]]  
+
*STAC 5/P12/10 - I D - 18 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Powell v Retheredge ap RIchard, Robert ap John ap Robert
 +
**Edwards: Rytherch Powell v Richard ap Evan, Thomas ap William, Rhytherch ap Richard, et al. Riots at Penmachno upon the serving of a writ of arrest issued out of the court of Requests.
 +
**see also [[STAC Powell]] and [[STAC co Carmarthen]]
  
 
''' Price v Vaughan '''
 
''' Price v Vaughan '''
 
*STAC 5/P46/35 - B A Dr C I D - 29 Eliz - Caernarvon - Ellis Price, William Baineham, Henry Townshend, Robert Turbridge v John Vaughan, Hugh ap Robert ap Ievan, William Morrice Conway, Griffith ap John, Hugh Gwyn, Thomas Madryn, Richard Peake, John Gwyn, Robert Gwyn, Griffith Gwyn et al
 
*STAC 5/P46/35 - B A Dr C I D - 29 Eliz - Caernarvon - Ellis Price, William Baineham, Henry Townshend, Robert Turbridge v John Vaughan, Hugh ap Robert ap Ievan, William Morrice Conway, Griffith ap John, Hugh Gwyn, Thomas Madryn, Richard Peake, John Gwyn, Robert Gwyn, Griffith Gwyn et al
*see [[STAC Price]]
+
**Edwards: Ellis Price DCL, William Baineham esquire, Henry Townshend one of the Council of the Marches, Robert Turbridge esquire v John Vaughan sheriff, Hugh ap Robert ap Ievan, William Morrice, Edward Conway, Griffith ap John, Hugh Gwyn, Thomas Madryn, Richard Peake, John Gwyn, Robert and Griffith Gwyn, et pluribis aliis. Perjury in a suitin the Exchequer concerning a breach of contract; corrupting returning of a partial jury.
 +
**see also [[STAC Price]]
  
''' Price v ap John'''
+
''' Price v Morgan ap John '''
 
*STAC 5/P33/39 - B - 43 Eliz - Caernarvon - Meredith Price v Morgan ap John ap Ievan et al
 
*STAC 5/P33/39 - B - 43 Eliz - Caernarvon - Meredith Price v Morgan ap John ap Ievan et al
*see [[STAC Price]]
+
**Edwards: Meredith Price of Llanathley Anglesey gentleman v Morgan ap John ap Ievan, et al. Attempt to wrest water tuck-mills at Dinlle from the Glyns of Glynllifon and to divert a water course running from the Triban or Mynydd Mawr and Cae Newydd or Bym; corruption and false oaths in an action thereupon at the Court of the Marches.
 +
**see also [[STAC Price]]
  
 
''' Q '''  
 
''' Q '''  
*
+
 
 
''' R '''  
 
''' R '''  
*
+
 
 +
''' ap Rees v Vaughan '''
 +
*STAC 5/R22/25 - B - 23 Eliz - Caernarvon - Owen ap Rees v Richard Vaughan, David ap Griffith ap William et al
 +
**Edwards: Owen ap Rees clerk v Richard Vaughan, William ap Griffith ap David et al. Riots following upon a grant of land in Llanrhuddir.
 +
**see also [[STAC Welsh names R]]
 +
 
 +
''' ap Rhytherch v Wyn '''
 +
*STAC 5/R15/32 - B - 18 Eliz - Caernarvon - William ap Rytherch v Rowland Wyne ap David ap Williams et al
 +
**The 1741 listing has ‘William ap Rytherch’ but Edwards ‘Richard ap Rhytherch’ is more likely to be correct.
 +
**Edwards: Richard ap Rhytherch of Caernarvon v Rowland Wynn ap David ap William of Penhesken Anglesey, et al. Assault upon the complainant in Caernarvon; upon his rescue by William Thomas JP the rioters fled into Anglesey.
 +
**see also [[STAC Welsh names R]]
 +
 
 +
''' ap Richard v ap William '''
 +
*STAC 5/R19/12 - B - 36 Eliz - Caernarvon - Cadwallader ap Richard alias Vaughan v Meredith ap William et al
 +
**Edwards: Cadwalader ap Richard alias Vaughan v Milliam ap Meredyth of Penychen, Agnes and Lowry Verched William, Griffith and Cadwalader ap Griffith. Perjury and subornation to perjury of the witnesses before a Commission examining evidence in a suit at the Court of the Marches brought by the first defendant agains the complainant for assault.
 +
**see also [[STAC Welsh names R]]
 +
 
 +
''' Roberts v Robinson '''
 +
*STAC 5/R9/27 - B A - 27 Eliz - Caernarvon - David Roberts v Humphrey Robinson, Hugh ap Richard ap David et al
 +
*STAC 5/R24/7 - I D - 27 Eliz - Caernarvon - David Roberts v David ap Richard ap Hugh, Richard ap Griffith et al
 +
**Edwards: David Robert clerk v Humffrey Robinson clerk, Hugh ap Richard ap David, et pluribus aliis. Crown grant of the advowsons of the rectory of Llanbedrog to the complainant; refusal to allow him to hold religious services; refusal of the rioters to listen to a proclamation from the Court of the Marches; assault upon the complainant at the altar, tearing off his clothes and snatching the Book of Common Prayer from his hands. (ref STAC 5/9/26)
 +
**see also [[STAC Roberts]]
 +
 
 +
''' ap Robert v Gwyn '''
 +
*STAC 5/R23/12 - B - 36 Eliz - Caernarvon - Hugh ap John ap Robert v Richard Gwin, Richard Jones et al
 +
**Edwards: Hugh ap John ap Robert of Eifionydd v Richard Gwyn JP, Richard Jones, et al. Assault upon a widow and her son at Nantmor, which did not cease until the people of the country-side rose to their aid; affray at Aber.
 +
**see also [[STAC Welsh names R]]
 +
 
 +
''' ap Robert v Owen '''
 +
*STAC 5/R42/36 - B - - Caernarvon - Ievan ap Robert v Kadwallader Owen, Wynn John Owen, Howell ap Morrys
 +
*STAC 5/R2/14 - A - 29 Eliz - Caernarvon - Evan ap Robert v Kedwallader Owen
 +
*STAC 5/R23/40 - I D - 29 Eliz - Caernarvon - Ievan ap Robert v Kadwallader Owen
 +
**Edwards: Ievan ap Robert of Criccieth v Cadwalader Owen esquire, John Wyn Owen esquire, Morrice ap Howell et 100 aliis. Whereas certain merchants of France, possessed of certain wines and oils, to the value of 100 marks, did freight a ship meaning to carry the cargo to Rouen, and appointed Iustin Ialis and Cardin de la Haye and others being Frenchmen, to be their factors in the said ship, and to deal for them in the sale of the merchandise, the ship setting sail, was driven to Criccieth and became a wreck. The gentlemen of that county entered the ship, assaulted the crew, carried away and consumed the cargo, the remainder being put into the complainant’s house. The complainant was loath to take it and be answerable for it, but did so at the request of William Morrice, Robert Vaughan, Robert William ap Eliza, and Ellis ap Cadwalader, but the defendants, pretending to be burgesses of Criccieth and saying that some custom or duty was payable upon the wine, assaulted the house and person of the complainant.
 +
**see also [[STAC Welsh names R]]
 +
 
 +
''' ap Robert v Wyn '''
 +
*STAC 5/R37/18 - B A - 38 Eliz - Caernarvon - William ap Robert v John ap Thomas Wynn, William Morris et al
 +
*STAC 5/R41/18 - I D - 38 Eliz - Caernarvon - William ap Robert v John ap Thomas Wynne et al
 +
**Edwards: William ap Robert of Pwllheli chapman v William Morrice David, William ap John Wyn, Henry ap Humffrey, Thomas ap John Wyn (gentlemen of Pwllheli). Assaulting the complainant’s house and servants for four days and four nights, and refusing to let them have food; further assaults upon the complainant in other counties and in London. The defendants aver that they were accompanying the bailiff of the town in executing processes from the Court of Wards and from the Assizes.
 +
**see also [[STAC Welsh names R]]
 +
 
 +
''' Robinson v Owen '''
 +
*STAC 5/R9/26 - B A - 27 Eliz - Caernarvon - Humfrye Robynson v Lewis Roberts, David Owen et al
 +
*STAC 5/R38/14 - I D - 27 Eliz - Caernarvon - Humfry Robinson v Griffith Roberts, Griff Ievan ap Griff Lloid et al
 +
**Edwards: Humffrey Robinson clerk parson of Llanbedrog v David Owen clerk, Lewis ap Robert alias Annwyl, Griffith John Wyn, John ap Robert ap Richard, Griffith ap Ievan William, John Rees Wyn, Hugh ap Rees, Ievan Lloyd ap Humffrey, Ievan David clerk, Humffrey ap Ievan Lloyd, John Lewis, “persons of desparate and disordered conditions, most of them cormorant in foreign parts, common disturbers of the peace of the realm.”  Disputed rights to the parsonage of Llanbedrog. The defendants accompanied by 30 others, forcibly entered the church, assaulted the complainant on Good Friday and took the service-book out of his hands. (ref STAC 5/R9/27)
 +
**see also [[STAC Robinson]]
 +
 
 +
''' Rowland, Thomas'''
 +
*STAC 5/R42/40 - B - 35 Eliz - Caernarvon - Thomas Rowland v David Lloyd, John Lloyd, Thomas Owen et al
 +
**Edwards: Thomas Rowland of Westminster gentleman v John Lloyd, David Lloyd his son, Thomas Owen, et al. Assaults upon the complainant and upon Robert Madryn JP, repairing to Pwllheli on business in company with Griffith ap Griffith JP; inability of the JPs of the country to bring the offenders to justice.
 +
**see also [[STAC Rowland]]
 +
 
 +
''' Rutter, Reynold '''
 +
*STAC 5/R8/24 - B A Dr - 36 Eliz - Caernarvon - Reynold Rutter v Humfrey David Loyd, John Morrice ap Eliza et al
 +
*STAC 5/R28/18 - I D - 36 Eliz - Caernarvon - Reynald Rutter v John Moris ap Elizabeth, David Humfrey Lloyd
 +
*STAC 5/R12/13 - B - 36 Eliz - Caernarvon - Reynold Ruther v William ap Humfrey ap David, Humfrey David Loid et al
 +
**Edwards:  Reynold Rutter of Beddgelert gentleman v Humffrey ap David Lloyd, Robert ap Richard ap William, John Morrice ap Eliza, et al. Assault upon the complainant after serving a process from the Court of the Marches upon the first defendant near his dwelling house at Nantmor, Merioneth; outrages and riots; contempts of the Court of the Marches. Complaint of the failure of that court to curb evil-doers. (Sergeant’s certificate BL MSS Addit 37045 f13a)
 +
**Edwards includes STAC 5/R7/28 - I D - 37 Eliz - Denbigh - Fowlke Rutter, Henry Walton v David ap Jevan, which is part of another case
 +
**see also [[STAC Rutter]]
 +
 
 
''' S '''  
 
''' S '''  
 +
 +
''' Stanley v Williams '''
 +
*STAC 5/S66/28 - B  - 17 Eliz - Caernarvon - Sir Rowland Stanley v Wynn, Robert Williams et al
 +
**Edwards: Sir Rowland Stanley knight v Morrice Wyn William esquire, William William esquire, Roland William gentleman, et al. Riotous entry and pulling down of hedges on a messuage called Pengally, within the liberties of the town of Caernarvon.
 +
**see also [[STAC Stanley]]
  
 
''' St John v Maddock ap Hugh '''
 
''' St John v Maddock ap Hugh '''
*STAC 5/S29/36 - B A Rn - 37 Eliz - Carnarvon - Lord John St John v Madock ap Hugh ap Jenn, Owen Thomas Owen
+
*STAC 5/S29/36 - B A Rn - 37 Eliz - Caernarvon - Lord John St John v Madock ap Hugh ap Jenn, Owen Thomas Owen
*STAC 5/S58/2 - Rr - 37 Eliz - Carnarvon - John St Johns v Madock ap Hugh ap Jen’n, Owen Thomas Owen et al
+
*STAC 5/J14/35 - I D - 37 Eliz - Caernarvon - Lord St John of Bletsoe v Owen Thomas Owen, John ap Howel ap Owen, Owen ap Robert ap John Wynn, et al
*STAC 5/S1/14 - C I D - 37 Eliz - Carnarvon - John Lord St John of Blettish v Ievan ap Hugh ap Madock et al  
+
*STAC 5/S1/14 - C I D - 37 Eliz - Caernarvon - John Lord St John of Blettish v Ievan ap Hugh ap Madock et al  
*see also [[STAC St John]]
+
*STAC 5/S58/2 - Rr - 37 Eliz - Caernarvon - John St Johns v Madock ap Hugh ap Jen’n, Owen Thomas Owen et al
 +
**Edwards: Lord John St John of Bletsoe v William William, Hugh Gwyn, Griffith ap John Griffith, Ievan ap Hugh ap Madock esquires,
 +
William Glyn, Owen Thomas Owen, William Glyn of Edernion, Robert ap Rees Wyn, John ap Howell ap Owen, Robert ap Richard of Llecheiddior, David ap William ap Howell ap Robert, Owen ap Robert ap John Wyn, John William of Bodfaio, Griffith ap John Griffith of Uchor, and Lewis ap William Griffith gentlemen, Lewis ap Ievan ap Rees, Robert Griffith Lloys, Robert ap Hugh ap robert, Robert ap Hugh ap Rees, Morgan ap Ievan ap Wyilliam, Owen Griffith ap Howell ap Ievan yeomen. Inquisitions into encroached lands of the Forest of Snowdonia in Caernarvonshire granted by the Queen unto the Robert Earl of Leicester reserving unto the Crown certain fees. Several of these lands, by intrusion and wrongful entry, afterwards came into the possession of the defendants; during the Earl’s lifetime the tenants paid rent for the lands which then descended to Ambrose Earl of Warwick; he conveyed them to the Lady Anne now Countess of Warwick, and the complainant bought them of her. But sithence the defendants have obstinately refused to pay, for which refusal they were sued at the Exchequer. Forming a common fund, they made collection in all parts of Caernarvonshire to maintain that suit. A commission of the great men of the North was thereupon appointed to enquire into the encroachment of the lands, and warrents were issued to the sheriff, Robert Wyn of Brynkir, to summon a jury of the competent number of men on their oaths; but the defendants, owing to their scheming, caused themselves to be summoned on that Jury, and refused to take evidence saying that they knew of their own knowledge all that was to be known; they thereupon returned a verdict that the information that the complainant desired was not available.
 +
**see also [[STAC St John]]
 +
 
 +
''' ap Thomas v ap Ievan '''
 +
*STAC 5/P64/31 - B A C - 36 Eliz - Caernarvon - Robert ap Thomas v Morgan ap Ievan, William ap Rees ap Robert
 +
**Edwards: Robert ap Thomas servant and daily attendant upon Lord Charles Howard, baron Effingham, Lord Admiral v Thomas Morgan ap Ievan, William ap Rees ap Robert. Perjury and subornation in a devise of land in Penmachno and Bettws.
 +
**see also [[STAC Welsh names P]]
  
 
''' T '''  
 
''' T '''  
*
+
 
 
''' UV '''  
 
''' UV '''  
  
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*STAC 5/V3/6 - B A - 33 Eliz - Caernarvon - Mary Vaughan v Ievan ap Madocke, John ap Rees ap Robert et al
 
*STAC 5/V3/6 - B A - 33 Eliz - Caernarvon - Mary Vaughan v Ievan ap Madocke, John ap Rees ap Robert et al
 
*STAC 5/V2/29 - I D - 34 Eliz - Caernarvon - Mary Vaughan v John ap Rice ap Robert, Ievan ap Madocks
 
*STAC 5/V2/29 - I D - 34 Eliz - Caernarvon - Mary Vaughan v John ap Rice ap Robert, Ievan ap Madocks
*see also [[STAC Vaughan]]
+
**Edwards: Mary Vaughan widow of John Vaughan, one of Her Majesty’s gentlemen v Ievan ap Madock, John ap Rees ap Robert, et al, ancient tenants of the township of Penychen. Crown grant of the township of Penychen.
 +
**see also [[STAC Vaughan]]
 +
 
 +
''' Vaughan v Watkins '''
 +
*STAC 5/V3/23 - B A - 11 Eliz - Brecon, Caernarvon - Henry Vaughan, William Lewis Havard v William Watkins et uxor, Ievan Jones et al
 +
**Edwards: Richard Vaughan esquire v Thomas Owen. Contempt in a former Star Chamber action.
 +
*STAC 5/V7/32 - B A Rn I D - 12 Eliz - Brecon, Caernarvon - Henry Vaughan, William Lewis v William Watkins, Ievan Jones et al
 +
**STAC 5/V7/32 is not in Edwards
 +
**see also [[STAC Vaughan]]
  
 
''' W '''  
 
''' W '''  
  
''' Williams v Lloyd '''
+
''' Wonwey v Birkdall '''
*STAC 5/W63/33 - B - - Caernarvon - William Williams v Humphrey Lloyd Sr, Humphrey Lloyd Sr, Robert Lloyd, John Lloyd, Rice Lloyd, Thomas Lloyd et al
+
*STAC 5/W1/5 - B A - 26 Eliz - Caernarvon - Thomas Wonwey v Nicholas Birkdall, John Birkdall, Hugh Hookes, John ap Owen Griffyth, John ap John, William ap Robert ap Howel ap Llewellyn, Edward ap Griffith ap Richard, Henry Birkdall, Richard Pigote, Henry ap Richard
*see also [[STAC Williams]]  
+
**Edwards: Thomas Wo nwey of Conwy v Nicholas Birkdale, John Birkdale, Hugh Hookes, John ap Owen Griffith, John ap John, et al, all of Conway. Leasing lands once the property of Sir Richard Bulkeley of Beaumaris, called Cae Donald and Cae Du Roth in the hamlet of Castell, commote of Isaph.
 +
*STAC 5/W50/37 - I D - 26 Eliz - Caernarvon - Thomas Wonwey v Nicholas Brikdale, Hugh Hookes et al
 +
**STAC 5/W50/37 is not in Edwards
 +
**see also [[STAC Wonwey]]
  
''' Williams v Williams '''
+
''' Williams v Griffith '''
*STAC 5/W78/37 - B - 18 Eliz - Caernarvon - William William v Edward William, Thomas William
+
*STAC 5/W55/4 - B - 17 Eliz - Caernarvon - Hugh Williams v Morrice Griffith, Edward Griffith, et al
*STAC 5/W68/31 - I D - 18 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Williams v Edward Williams, Thomas Williams
+
**Edwards: Hugh William v Morrice Griffith esquire, Edward Griffith, et al his retainers. Forcible entry into part of an estate called Cwm Ffynnon, in Dinorwig and Llanberis, granted to the complainant by letters patent; driving away and detaining of cattle.
*STAC 5/W46/24 - A Rn - 18 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Williams v Edward Williams, Thomas Williams
+
**see also [[STAC Williams]]
*STAC 5/W13/20 - I D - 18 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Williams v Edward Williams
+
*see also [[STAC Williams]]
+
 
+
''' Williams v Pyllaston '''
+
*STAC 5/W3/31 - B - 19 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Williams v Robert Pyllaston, Richard Flesher
+
*see also [[STAC Williams]]  
+
  
 
''' Williams v Owen '''
 
''' Williams v Owen '''
 
*STAC 5/W79/5 - B - 21 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Williams v Richard Owen et al
 
*STAC 5/W79/5 - B - 21 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Williams v Richard Owen et al
*see also [[STAC Williams]]  
+
**Edwards: William Griffiths servant to the Right Honourable the Earl of Leicester v Richard Owen et al. Sale of lands, houses, and buildings in Dolbenmaen; riotsand assaults at Coedyfron, and illtreating of tenants.
 +
**see also [[STAC Williams]]
 +
 
 +
''' Williams v Williams '''
 +
*STAC 5/W78/37 - B - 18 Eliz - Caernarvon - William William v Edward William, Thomas William
 +
*STAC 5/W3/31 - B - 19 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Williams v Robert Pyllaston, Richard Flesher
 +
*STAC 5/W13/20 - I D - 18 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Williams v Edward Williams
 +
*STAC 5/W46/24 - A Rn - 18 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Williams v Edward Williams, Thomas Williams
 +
*STAC 5/W68/31 - I D - 18 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Williams v Edward Williams, Thomas Williams
 +
**Edwards: William William of Cochwillan JP v Edward William, Thomas William. Devise of two tenements in the township of Castell, Caernarvon, namely Tyddyn Robin and Yr Erw Hir, and Caergo in the hundred of Isaph; forging and proving of a will in the prerogative court of the city of London, and before the Court of the Marches, out of which a Commission was granted; forgery, false depositions, perjury, and publishing forgery.
 +
*STAC 5/W44/14 - Rr I D - 19 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Williams v Edward Williams, Thomas Williams
 +
**STAC 5/W44/14 is not in Edwards
 +
**see also [[STAC Williams]]  
  
 
''' Williams v Wynne '''
 
''' Williams v Wynne '''
 
*STAC 5/W20/25 - B - 34 Eliz- Caernarvon - William Williams v John Wynne, Morrice Lewis
 
*STAC 5/W20/25 - B - 34 Eliz- Caernarvon - William Williams v John Wynne, Morrice Lewis
*see also [[STAC Williams]]  
+
**Edwards: William William of Cochwillan JP v John Wyn JP of Gwydir, deputy-lieutenant, sheriff of Merioneth; Morrice Lewis his deputy. A dispute having arisen at the Great Sessions held for Caernarvonshire at Conway, John Wyn, at a Commission sitting in the church to assess the subsidy, struck the complainant, then standing at the Commission Table, a blow upon the face. The complainant describes John Wyn as “forgetting his own birth being but by bastardy descended from the complainant’s house and his great grandfather, being mean by birth, was the only advancer of his posterity, by and through the means of the complainant’s ancestors, whose servant he was.” Assault by John Wyn upon the server of a writ susequent upon the former assault; misdemeanours as sheriff of Merioneth, in secretly indicting and then compounding with felons — “the harsh and cruel dealings of John Wyn have caused many people to commit suicide,” examples being cited in the bill. (ref STAC 5/W27/37)
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**see also [[STAC Williams]]
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''' Williams v Lloyd '''
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*STAC 5/W63/33 - B - - Caernarvon - William Williams v Humphrey Lloyd Sr, Humphrey Lloyd Sr, Robert Lloyd, John Lloyd, Rice Lloyd, Thomas Lloyd et al
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**Edwards: William William of Cochwillan JP sheriff of Montgomeryshire v Humffrey Lloyd senior, Humffrey Lloyd junior, Robert Lloyd, John Lloyd, Richard Lloyd, Thomas Lloyd (being father and 5 sons). Plotting lying in wait, ambush, and assault upon the complainant whilst he was riding with his deputy-sheriff from Guildfield in Montgomeryshire to the mansion of Griffith Lloyd esquire, Maesmawr; assault upon a petty constable.
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**see also [[STAC Williams]]  
  
 
''' Williams v Bulkley '''
 
''' Williams v Bulkley '''
 
*STAC 5/W77/23 - B - 41 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Williams v Richard Bulkley, Edward Owen, John Prytherch et al
 
*STAC 5/W77/23 - B - 41 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Williams v Richard Bulkley, Edward Owen, John Prytherch et al
 
*STAC 5/W39/17 - A Dr - 41 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Williams v Hugh Bulkley, Edward Yeo
 
*STAC 5/W39/17 - A Dr - 41 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Williams v Hugh Bulkley, Edward Yeo
*see also [[STAC Williams]]  
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**Edwards: William William of Cochwillan JP v Ricard Bulkeley sheriff of Anglesey, Edward Owen deputy-sheriff, John Prytherch clerk, et al. Commencement of a suit in the Court of Common Pleas upon an action for debt for which the complainant had become surety at the request of Edward Comy of Bryncyn, Denbighshire esquire, and Hugh Comy his son; the complainant compounded his obligation, nevertheless the defendant as sheriff, issued a warrant to enquire into the complainant’s goods although a writ from the Court of Common Pleas had been sent to the defendant to stay proceedings; taking an inquisition at Bellum Mariscum (Beaumaris), the defendant found that the complainant possessed tenements called Bodlew or Trefnant in Porthamell, Tyddyn Ty Hen, Clegyrog, Tyddyn David ap Hugh ap Ievan, Llanfawr, and Tir Robert Owen, Crafgoes, smith’s lands, a corn-mill and chattles within the boundaries of Beaumaris. The defendant thereupon sold the land at half its price to his own brother.
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**see also [[STAC Williams]]  
  
''' Wonwey v Birkdall '''
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''' Wyn v Wyn '''
*STAC 5/W1/5 - B A - 26 Eliz - Caernarvon - Thomas Wonwey v Nicholas Birkdall, John Birkdall, Hugh Hookes, John ap Owen Griffyth, John ap John, William ap Robert ap Howel ap Llewellyn, Edward ap Griffith ap Richard, Henry Birkdall, Richard Pigote, Henry ap Richard  
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*STAC 5/W23/11 - B A C I D - 41 Eliz - Caernarvon - John Wyn ap Robert Wyn v Robert Gryffith ap John Gryffith, Robert Griffith filius, John ap Richard
*STAC 5/W50/37 - I D - 26 Eliz - Caernarvon - Thomas Wonwey v Nicholas Brikdale, Hugh Hookes et al
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**TNA Note: Forcible entry on a tenement - STAC 7/15/61
*see [[STAC Wonwey]]
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**Edwards: John Wyn ap Robert Wyn of Waenfawr gentleman v Robert Griffith ap John Griffith JP, Robert Griffith his son, John ap Richard of Penllech. Assault upon the complainant at a market at Pwllheli; refusal of the first defendant to do his duty as JP, he being the instigator of the assault.
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**Edwards: Miscellanea Bundle 14 - I D (not identified here)
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**see also [[STAC Wynne]]  
  
 
''' Wyne v Williams '''
 
''' Wyne v Williams '''
*STAC 5/W39/21 - B A C I D - 31 Eliz - Caernarvon - John Wyne, Robert Wyne v Jonett verch Thomas alias Anwyl, William Jenkin ap Owen et al
 
 
*STAC 5/W27/23 - B A - 34 Eliz - Caernarvon - John Wynn v John Wyn, William Williams
 
*STAC 5/W27/23 - B A - 34 Eliz - Caernarvon - John Wynn v John Wyn, William Williams
 
*STAC 5/W9/13 - I D - 34 Eliz - Caernarvon - John Wynn v John Williams
 
*STAC 5/W9/13 - I D - 34 Eliz - Caernarvon - John Wynn v John Williams
*STAC 5/W83/11 - Rn - 35 Eliz - Caernarvon - John Wyn, Robert Wyn v Jonnett verch Thomas alias Anywell, William Owen ap Jenkin et al
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**Edwards: John Wyn of Gwydir JP deputy-lieutenant v John Wyn of Llanllechid and William William of Cochwillan JP. Assault at the time of devine service within the parish church of Conway,; defendants brought forward a false bill of indictment against the complainant in the Great Sessions of Caernarvon as the instigated of that strife; William William is accused of being the buyer of doubtful titles to his own enrichment. (ref STAC 5/W20/25)
*STAC 5/W44/37 - B - 43 Eliz - Caernarvon - John Wyn, Robert Wyn v Ievan ap David ap Meredyth, William ap Robert ap Rees, John ap Hugh ap Robert
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*see [[STAC Wynne]]
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''' Wyn v Wyn '''
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''' Wyne v Anwyl '''
*TNA Note: Forcible entry on a tenement - STAC 7/15/61
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*STAC 5/W39/21 - B A C I D - 31 Eliz - Caernarvon - John Wyne, Robert Wyne v Jonett verch Thomas alias Anwyl, William Jenkin ap Owen et al
*STAC 5/W23/11 - B A C I D - 41 Eliz - Caernarvon - John Wyn ap Robert Wyn v Robert Gryffith ap John Gryffith, Robert Griffith filius, John ap Richard
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*STAC 5/W83/11 - Rn - 35 Eliz - Caernarvon - John Wyn, Robert Wyn v Jonnett verch Thomas alias Anywell, William Owen ap Jenkin et al
*STAC 5/W71/34 - I D - 37 Eliz - Caernarvon - John Wynne ap Humfrey v Robert Wynne ap Elissa alias Brynker
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*STAC 7/15/61 - - - Caernarvon - John Wynne, Robert Wynne v Jonett Amayll et al
 
*STAC 7/15/61 - - - Caernarvon - John Wynne, Robert Wynne v Jonett Amayll et al
*see [[STAC Wynne]]  
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**Edwards: John  Wyn esquire, Robert Wyn esquire v Jonett verch Thomas alias Anwyl, William Jenkin ap Owen et 6 aliis. Forcible entry on a tenement called Hafod y Riske. (cf W57/16)
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''' Wyne v Williams '''
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*STAC 5/W44/37 - B - 43 Eliz - Caernarvon - John Wyn, Robert Wyn v Ievan ap David ap Meredyth, William ap Robert ap Rees, John ap Hugh ap Robert
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**Edwards: John ap Robert Wyn v Ievan ap david ap Meredith, William ap Robert ap rees, John ap Hugh ap Robert; et al. Riotous assembly, assault and wounding in the town of Conway on a Sunday in a fair held upon that day.
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**see also [[STAC Wynne]]  
  
 
''' Wyn v William '''
 
''' Wyn v William '''
 
*STAC 5/W57/16 - B - 35 Eliz - Caernarvon - Robert Wyn v William William, James Bourdman
 
*STAC 5/W57/16 - B - 35 Eliz - Caernarvon - Robert Wyn v William William, James Bourdman
*see [[STAC Wynne]]  
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**Edwards: Robert Wyn gentleman v William William sheriff of Cochwillan, James Bourdman deputy-sheriff. Forcible entry into lands in W(N?)anhoynen, called Hafod yr Hesg and Wenallt and ouster of the complainant; bribery and corruption in an action in Exchequer.
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**see also [[STAC Wynne]]  
  
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''' Robert v Morgan '''
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*STAC 5/P64/31 - B A C - 36 Eliz - Caernarvon - Robert ap Thomas v Morgan ap Ievan, William ap Rees ap Robert
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*see also [[STAC Welsh names P]]
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more in A Catalogue of Star Chamber Proceedings Relating to Wales compiled by Ifan ab Owen Edwards, Cardiff U P 1929  
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*A Catalogue of Star Chamber Proceedings Relating to Wales compiled by Ifan ab Owen Edwards, Cardiff U P 1929  
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''' Palmer's cumulative totals of Star Chamber fines preserved in the E159s ''' (rp)
 
*TNA E159/379 Easter Term, 22 Elizabeth. Fine Paid. 1582
 
*TNA E159/379 Easter Term, 22 Elizabeth. Fine Paid. 1582
 
**From Hugh ap Willim ap Maddock de Coytgay, Carnarvon: £20.
 
**From Hugh ap Willim ap Maddock de Coytgay, Carnarvon: £20.
 
**From Richard Owyn ap Richard Vaughan de Llangubby, Carnarvon: 20 marks.
 
**From Richard Owyn ap Richard Vaughan de Llangubby, Carnarvon: 20 marks.

Latest revision as of 03:44, 8 September 2019

Caernarvon

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

Almoner v Maderyn

  • STAC 5/A23/2 - B - 4 Eliz - Caernarvon - Almoner v Griffith Maderyn, William Glyn et al
    • Edwards: Edmund Bishop of Rochester almoner v Griffith Madryn escheator, William Glyn sheriff. Appropriating property of a felo de se.
    • see also STAC Maderyn

B

Bodward v Lewis

  • STAC 5/B75/39 - B A - 41 Eliz - Caernarvon - Hugh Bodward v John Lewis ap Hugh, et al
  • STAC 5/B20/14 - I D - 41 Eliz - Caernarvon - Hugh Bodward v John ap Hugh Lewis
    • Edwards: Hugh Bodwrda v John ap Hugh Lewis, et al. Attempted poisoning, assaults upon ploughmen, and stealing growing barley on land caleed Tir yn Penrhyn Llewellyn, in Ultradaron.
    • see also STAC Bodward

C

D

Dutton v Hampton

  • STAC 5/D24/28 - B A - 40 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Dutton v Richard Hampton, Edward Smythe, Henry ap William
  • STAC 5/D5/27 - I D - 40 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Dutton v Richard Hampton
    • Interrogatories (dated Nov 1598) tbm on behalf of William Dutton plt to Richard Hampton deft, include: Did you commence suit against William Dutton at the Council in the Marches for title to a messuage & lands called Tythyn Lloyden, Carnarvonshire. Did the court not order that the said Dutton & his assigns should retain possession of the said messuage. Did you bring an action at the Carnarvon Assizes against Edward Smyth, lessee of the said messuage. Deponent 16 November Anno 40 Eliz: Richard Hampton, of Hentlys, Anglesey, gent. (dk) - STAC 5/D5/27
    • STAC 5/D24/28, STAC 5/D5/27 are not in Edwards
    • see also STAC Dutton

E

Ellis v Gwin

  • STAC 5/E8/2 - B A I D - 43 Eliz - Caernarvon - Rowland Ellis v Richard Gwinn et al
  • STAC 5/E12/22 - B A C - 43 Eliz - Caernarvon - Rowland Ellis v Rowland ap William John, Richard Gwinne, John Smith et al
  • STAC 5/E3/35 - I D - 42 Eliz - Caernarvon - Rowland Ellis v Rowland ap William John
    • Edwards: Rowland Ellis of the Inner Temple gentleman v Richard Gwin of Caernarvon JP. Misdemeanours of the defendant,— secret labouring to be put in the Commission, he being an insufficient man; using the office for his own enrichment; false imprisonment in fetters and manacles; connivance at the murder of a serjeant of a band of soldiers at Caernarvon; enticing young gentlemen to his house to gamble; armed riotous assembly in the Jubilee Hall in Caernarvon and wounding of the complainant; perjury in an action at the Court of the Marches; combinations and conspiracies in a former Star Chamber bill. (ref STAC 5/P57/13)
    • see also STAC Ellis

Meredith v Eaton

  • STAC 5/E4/40 - I D - 13 Eliz - Caernarvon - Meredith ap Edward v James Eaton
    • Edwards: Meredith ap Edward v James Eaton of Eaton Denbighshire esquire. Breaking seats in the Bangor Church
  • STAC 5/E8/30 - B A C - 13 Eliz - Caernarvon - Meredith ap Edward v Edward Eyton, Robert ap Howell et al

Evans v Morice

  • STAC 5/E15/26 - B A - 38 Eliz - Caernarvon - Hugh Evans clericus v John Gwyn Morice et al
  • STAC 5/E12/7 - I D - 38 Eliz - Caernarvon - Hugh Evans v John Wynne Morice et als
  • STAC 5/E14/1 - Rn - 38 Eliz - Caernarvon - Hugh Evans v John Gwinn Morice
    • Edwards: Hugh Evan clerk v John Wyn Morrice et al. Commons at Clynnog.
    • see also STAC Evans

Margaret verch Evan v John David

  • STAC 5/E5/34 - B A C - 35 Eliz - Caernarvon - Margaret verch Evane v Griffith ap Nicholas, Lowcie Lewes
  • STAC 5/E1/25 - B A C - 35 Eliz - Caernarvon - Margaret verch Evan v John David ap Howell, Robert Lewis, William ap William, Evan ap David ap Howell, William Vaughan ap Morrice et al
  • STAC 5/E8/35 - B A - 35 Eliz - Caernarvon - Margaret verch Evan v John David ap Howell et al
  • STAC 5/E13/27 - I D - 36 Eliz - Caernarvon - Margaret verch Evan v William ap William et al
  • STAC 5/J8/2 - Rn - 36 Eliz - Caernarvon - Margaret verch Ievan v William ap William, Lewis ap Richard et al see STAC Welsh names IJ
  • STAC 5/J16/1 - I D - 35 Eliz - Caernarvon - Margaret verch Ievan v Robert Lewis
    • Edwards: Margaret verch Evan of Beddgelert a widow with a large family v Lowry Lewis, John David ap Howell, Griffith ap Nicholas, et al. Dispute between two widows about land called Hafodnyther, Beddgelert; assault upon the chattles, animals and lands of the complainant, — pulling down her house, and rendering her homeless.
    • see also STAC Welsh names E

Evans v Davis

  • STAC 5/E7/27 - B - 24 Eliz - Caernarvon - Richard Evans v Morris Davis
    • Edwards: Richard Evan of Jesus College Oxford v Morrice Davies. Grant of the curacy of Llanaelheaern to the complainant by the bishop of Bangor; bringing an action into Star Chamber, though the matter is subjudice in the Court of the Marches.
    • see also STAC Evans

Evans v Meredith ap Thomas

  • STAC 5/E1/36 - B A Rn Rr C I D - 31 Eliz - Caernarvon - Richard Evans v Meredith ap Thomas, John Evans
    • One of the deponents is of a parish in co Caernarvon
    • STAC 5/E1/36 is not in Edwards
  • STAC 5/E3/16 - I D - 32 Eliz - Caernarvon - Richard Evans v [blank] ap Thomas, John Evans
  • STAC 5/E14/23 - I D - 31 Eliz - Caernarvon - Richard Evans v Meredith ap Thomas, John Evans
    • Edwards: Richard Evan of Jesus College Oxford now rector of Llanaelhaearn v Meredith ap Thomas, John Evans. Right of the rector to the title upon a farm called Tyddyn Mawr y Cwm.
    • see also STAC Evans

F

G

Glynn v Owen

  • STAC 5/G33/9 - B - 42 Eliz - Caernarvon - Thomas Glynn v Thomas Owen, Hugh Morgan et al
  • STAC 5/G30/18 - B A Rn - 38 Eliz - Caernarvon - Thomas Glynn v Thomas Owen, Meredith ap Hugh ap Owen
  • STAC 5/G41/38 - I D - 37 Eliz - Caernarvon - Thomas Glynn v Meredyth ap Hugh ap Owen, Thomas Owen
    • Edwards: Thomas Glyn of Glynllifon v Thomas Owen, Hugh Morgan et al. Bribery and corruption in a dispute concerning land in Caernarvonshire before Quarter Sessions and Assizes.
  • STAC 5/G28/31 - Rr - 38 Eliz - Caernarvon - Thomas Glynne v Thomas Owen et al
  • STAC 5/G17/6 - B A - - Caernarvon - Thomas Glyn v Hugh Morgan, Hugh Jones
    • STAC 5/G28/31, STAC 5/G17/6 are not in Edwards
    • see also STAC Glynn

Glynne v Griffith

  • STAC 5/G16/26 - B - 36 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Glynne v Ellis Griffith
  • STAC 5/G33/19 - B A C I D - 38 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Glynn v Ellys Griffith
  • STAC 5/G30/23 - Rn Rr - 38 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Glynn v Ellis Griffith
  • STAC 5/G13/7 - C I D - 39 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Glynn v Ellis Griffith
    • Edwards: William Glyn of Lincoln’s Inn grandson of William Glyn of Glynllifon v Ellis Griffith of Caernarvon, Corruption and perjury in an action in the Court of the Marches concerning Tyddyn Grugan isa, in Dinllech. (cf STAC 5/G24/37)
    • see also STAC Glynn

Glynne v Hugh ap Ievan

  • STAC 5/G45/5 - B A C - 38 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Glynne v Hugh ap Evan, Rees ap William ap Graff
  • STAC 5/G13/36 - B A - 37 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Glynne v Ievan ap Hugh ap Madox, Humphrey ap Jevan et al
  • STAC 5/G29/21 - Rn - 21 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Glynn v John ap Maddock ap Hugh
  • STAC 5/G8/22 - I D - 37 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Glyn v Ievan ap Hugh ap Madocks, Humphrey ap Jevan ap Hugh et al
  • STAC 5/G44/11 - B A C I D - 39 Eliz - Anglesey, Caernarvon - William Glynn v Hugh ap Jenn ap Henry, Richard Owen et al
  • STAC 5/G40/33 - C I D - 39 Eliz - Anglesey, Caernarvon - William Glynn v Maddox ap Hugh ap Evan et al
    • Edwards: William Glyn of Edernion v Hugh ap Evan, Rees ap William ap Griffith, Richard Owen, Ievan ap Hugh ap Madoc, et al. Purchase of messuages and a water grist mill at moelfre in Edernion; assaults, vexatious actions at law and the blocking of the road from the mill to the market town of Pwllheli.
  • STAC 5/G41/30 - A Rn Rr - 38 Eliz - Anglesey, Caernarvon - William Glynn v Richard Owen, Hugh ap Ievan
    • STAC 5/G41/30 not in Edwards for Caernarvon.
    • see also STAC Glynn

Griffith v Edward ap Evan

  • STAC 5/G23/16 - B - 43 Eliz - Caernarvon - Margaret Griffith, Edward Griffith v Edward ap Evans
    • Edwards: Margaret Griffith widow and Edward her son both of Caernarvon v Edward ap Evan. Corruption and perjury in an action in the Exchequer against Evan ap William Lewis of Trawsfynydd, and William ap Evan his son, concerning Tir y Felin, Trawsfynydd.
    • see also STAC Griffith

Griffith v Davies

  • STAC 5/G32/20 - B A Rn Rr - 17 Eliz - Caernarvon - Edward Griffith v Morris Davis, Robert ap Evans ap Thomas
  • STAC 5/G22/7 - I - 17 Eliz - Caernarvon - Edward Griffith v Morris Davies
    • Edwards: Edward Griffith v Morris Davies of Caernarvon deputy-chamberlain of North Wales, Robert ap Evan ap Thomas. Extortions; converting money contributed as alms to charitable institutions to his own use; corruption in office; forging the signatures of JPs.
    • see also STAC Griffith

Griffith v Glynne

  • STAC 5/G24/37 - B A C I D - 38 Eliz - Caernarvon - Ellice Griffith v William Glynne
  • STAC 5/G12/1 - C I D - 40 Eliz - Caernarvon - Ellis Griffith v William Glinne
  • STAC 5/G11/28 - Rn - 40 Eliz - Caernarvon - Ellice Griffith v William Glynn
  • STAC 5/G21/3 - I D - 42 Eliz - Caernarvon - Alicia Griffith v William Glynn
    • Edwards: Ellis Griffith of Caernarvon v William Glyn junior JP of Glynllifon. The sealing of a bond at the northwest door of the parish church of Llanddwrog, relating to a mortgage upon Tythyn Grugan; action in the Court of Common Pleas and in the Court of the Marches. In the meantime William Glyn senior dies, and is followed by William Glyn junior, who refuses to be bound by the bond.
    • see STAC co Caernarvon

Griffith v Morrice

  • STAC 5/G21/7 - B A Rn - 35 Eliz - Caernarvon - Griffith ap Morris v William Maurice, Griffith ap Owen et al
  • STAC 5/G8/24 - I D - 37 Eliz - Caernarvon - Maurice Griffith v William Maurice, Owen ap Griffith et al
  • STAC 5/G36/3 - C I D - 38 Eliz - Caernarvon - Morrice Griffith v William Morrice et al
  • STAC 5/G37/36 - A - 36 Eliz - Caernarvon - Griffith ap Morrice v Richard Owen et al
  • STAC 5/G38/22 - I D - 37 Eliz - Caernarvon - Griffith v William Morris, Hugh ap Richard ap David
    • Edwards: Morrice Griffith v William Morrice of Cleneny JP deputy-lieutenant and Custos rotulorum, Griffith ap Owen, et al. Forcible rescue of the first defendant from the complainant, who had arrested him upon a writ from the Court of Common Pleas; riotously leading his servants and continuing to sit on the bench nowithstanding that he had been rescued from arrest; refusal to obey the sheriff (William William of Cochwillan); assaulting the sheriff, and threatening to put him to death. The Defendant avers that the writ was made out for the arresting of William Morrice of Porkington, Shropshire, his son.
    • see also STAC Griffith

Griffith v Puleston

  • STAC 5/G13/21 - B - 17 Eliz - Caernarvon - Robert Griffith v Rowland Puleston, William Thomas et al
    • Edwards: Robert Griffith mayor of Caernarvon v Rowland Puleston sheriff, William Thomas et al. Dispute between the mayor bailiffs and burgesses of caernarvon on the one part and the sheriff of the shire and his followers on the other as to the rights of the townsmen; riot within the town and the casting of many into prison in irons.
    • see also STAC Griffith

Griffith v Thomas ap Harry

  • STAC 5/G3/2 - B Dr - Easter 37 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Griffith v Thomas ap Harry ap William
    • Edwards: William Griffith of Caernarvon gentleman v Thomas ap Harry ap William a burgess of Caernaevon. The rights of the corporate town of Caernarvon, especially in the election of bailiffs; refusal to obey a warrant from JPs; misdemeanours within the town and resisting the town officers.
    • see also STAC Griffith
  • Miscellanea Bundle 4/- - I D
  • Edwards: John Gwyneth clerk of Clynnog Fawr v Pohn Puleston clerk of Conway, Hugh Lewis. The possessions and appurtenances of the late Dr Glyn at Clynnog Fawr in Llanwnda and Llanfaglan.
  • This might possibly be STAC 5/G6/36 - I D - 36 Eliz - - John Gwynneth v Edward Keble, Rice Loyd et al

H

Heward v Gwyn

  • STAC 5/H69/23 - B A C - 44 Eliz - Caernarvon - John Heward v Hugh Gwyn, Rethers ap Richard
  • STAC 5/H42/31 - C I D - 44 Eliz - Caernarvon - John Heward v Hugh Gwyn, John Lewis et al
    • Edwards: John Heward of Fletherhill Pembrokeshire v Hugh Gwyn of Penarth sheriff, Richard ap Rhytherch, et al. The stealing by the defendants of malt, rye, wheat, cheese and butter stored by the complainant at Llandegla, part of the cargo of a shipwreck. Defendats aver that the ship was wrecked at Dinas Dinlle, and that they saved the cargo, which was not according to the entry at the customs-houde of Pembroke. Defendants accuse the complainant of giving evidence contrary to that of the mariners.
  • STAC 5/H20/34 - B A - 44 Eliz - Caernarvon - John Heward v Hugh Gwyn, Owen Gwyn, Richard ap Rytherge et al
  • STAC 5/H17/22 - I D - 44 Eliz - Caernarvon - John Howard v Hugh Gwyn, Owen Gwyn, Richard Prothoroghe et al
    • STAC 5/H20/34, STAC 5/H17/22 are not in Edwards
    • see also STAC Heward

Ievan ap Howell v Williams

  • STAC 5/H49/32 - B A - 31 Eliz - Caernarvon - Ievan ap Howell v Edward Williams, Maddock ap Rees ap Robert
  • STAC 5/P29/20 - I D - 31 Eliz - - Caernarvon - Evan Powell v Edward Willyams
    • Edwards: Evan ap Howell servant to the Rt Hon Sir Francis Walsingham knight v Edward Williams, Maddock ap Rees ap Robert. Plea in the Court of Wards and Liveries concerning the renting of Bronyfedw, Mynydd y Fedw, Rhos y Main Bras and Cwm y Derwenydd in the township of Llanfair, comote of Iscoed, of the Crown Feodary of the county of Caernarvon; assault and forcible ouster.
    • see also STAC Welsh names H

IJ

William ap Maddock v Thomas

  • STAC 5/J12/23 - B A Rn Rr C I D - 22 Eliz - Caernarvon - William ap Madock ap Ievan v William Thomas, Rees Walter et al
  • STAC 5/J13/34 - I - - Caernarvon - William Madocke Jemy v William Thomas, Richard ap Jemy, Rhees Walter see STAC Maddock
    • Edward has J13/24 but this is an error for J13/34
  • STAC 5/M47/24 - I D - 22 Eliz - Caernarvon - Madocke ap Joan ap William v Rees Walter, William Thomas et al
    • Edwards: William ap Maddock ap Ievan v William Thomas JP of Caernarvon ex-sheriff of Anglesey, Rees Walter, Richard ap Ievan, et al. Assault and forcible entry upon a tenement called Tyddynygeufron, Llanwnda; misdemeanours in office; using their relationship with the JPs of Anglesey to their own gain.
  • STAC 7/26/1 - - - Caernarvon - William Madocke v William Thomas

Morgan ap John v Wyn

  • STAC 5/J18/1 - B - 11 Eliz - Caernarvon - Morgan ap John v John Wyn ap Hugh
    • Edwards: Morgan ap John yeoman v John Wyn ap Hugh chief captain of the pirates of Ynys Enlli (Bardsey Island). The ignorant people of Caernarvonshire induced by the defendant to help the pirates, are indicted for so doing. The defendant uses Ynys Enlli as his chief headquarters for storage purposes and has a factor there, one William Morgan; the pirate’s booty is carried thence to Chester and sold there in the markets and fairs; the defendant is a man of good countenance great power, ability and friendship in the county, so that no one will object ought against him or his men and no jury will indict them.
    • see also STAC Welsh names IJ

Jones v Griffith

  • STAC 5/J22/2 - B - - Caernarvon - Owen Jones v Griffith Kiffin senior, Owen ap Hoell
    • Edwards: Owen Jones servant to John Wyn ap Cadwalader of Caernarvon v Sir Richard Kiffen and Sir Richard ap Howell, et al clerks, their wives sons and daughters. Assault upon the complainant at Erw’r Bwth near Llanrwst; keeping sons and sons-in-law of evil living as ministers of religion; gathering commorthau; tippling, hunting, carding and dicing, loading dice and setting cards; forging wills and testaments; taking no order in their churches, at even service being too drunk to walk; kidnapping wealthy minors and forcing them to marry their daughters.
    • see also STAC Jones

Jones v Gronwy

  • STAC 5/J14/25 - B A - 34 Eliz - Caernarvon - Morryce Jones v Richard Gronow
  • STAC 5/J16/19 - I D - 34 Eliz - Caernarvon - Morres Jones v Rees Groome et al
    • Edwards: Morrice Jones now dwelling in Sussex v Richard Gronwy, et al. Assault upon the complainant on the highway at Llanrhaiadr, and also upon his land there, — Tyddyn Dafydd Pritchard.
    • see also STAC Jones

K

L

Lewis v David

  • STAC 5/L12/28 - B A C I D - 42 Eliz - Caernarvon - Gwenhwyfar ferch Richard Lewis v Alice uxor Harry ap David et Grace et Anne filiae
  • STAC 5/L1/14 - B - 41 Eliz - Caernarvon - Gwenhwyvar verch Richard Lewes v Harry David et uxor, Grace David, Ann David
  • STAC 5/L39/34 - Rn - 42 Eliz - Caernarvon - Gwenwhyvar verch Richard Lewes v David ap Harry
    • Edwards: Gwenhwyfar ferch Richard Lewis of Glyn v Alice the wife of Harry ap David of Castell, her daughters Grace and Anne. Assault on the high way near Castell. When the complainant was down the first defendant with a stone knocked the complainant’s teeth our, smashing her chin, and disfiguring her for life.
  • STAC 5/G21/9 - C I D - 44 Eliz - Caernarvon - Gwenhwyfar verch Richard Lewis v David ap Harry, Alice verch Harry et al
    • STAC 5/G21/9 is not in Edwards.
    • see also STAC Lewis

Lloyd v Griffith

  • STAC 5/L23/2 - I D - 16 Eliz - Caernarvon - John Lloyd v Grifith ap John Griffith, William Jones, Edward Rowland, Robert Madryn et al
    • Edwards: John Lloyd of Tyddyn Mawr Pwllheli gentleman, servant to the Rt Hon Lord Henry Seymour v Griffith ap John Griffith, William Jones, Edward Rowland, Robert Madryn, et al. Marriage of the complainant’s son to a daughter of Edward Rowland, without the complainant’s consent, in the town of Pwllheli; consequent assaults, riots and affrays.
    • see also STAC Lloyd

Lloyd v Williams

  • STAC 5/L20/8 - B A - 2 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Lloyd v Henry Williams
  • STAC 5/L12/2 - I D - 11 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Lloyd v Hugh Williams
    • Edwards: William Lloyd v Hugh William. Perjury in an action in Chancery concerning lands at Llanfair, Caernarvon.
    • see also STAC Lloyd

M

  • STAC 5/M11/14 - B - 25 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Maurice v Hugh Gwyn, Jevan ap John ap Hugh et al
    • Edwards: William Morrice of Cleneney ex-sheriff, William Morrice junior deputy-sheriff his son v Hugh Gwyn of Bodfel, Ievan ap John ap Hugh, et 50 aliis (including three women). Assault at Pistyll upon the deputy-sheriff and his men whilst they were attempting to execute a writ of distraint from Chancery, upon a bond of £1000; forcible resistance to the distraint and the maiming of the deputy-sheriff and seventeen of his men.
    • see also STAC Morris

Meredith v ap David

  • STAC 5/M23/31 - B A - 38 Eliz - Caernarvon - Humfry Meredith, William Glyn v Rice ap David, Hugh ap David David
    • Edwards: Humffrey Meredith, William Glyn v Robert ap Richard Wyn, David ap Hugh ap David. The parishioners of Clynnog decide to have a new bell fixed in the steeple; the bell is cast by Thomas Fryer, who, on his own authority, stamps on the bell the arms of the complainants; this enrages the defendants and, on Sunday during divine service, they enter the church and break the bell in pieces.
    • see also [[STAC Meredith]

ap Meredith v Griffith

  • STAC 5/M11/21 - B A - 40 Eliz - Caernarvon - William ap Richard ap Meredith v Edward Griffith, David William ap Rees et al
    • Edwards: William ap Richard Meredith v Edward Griffith, David William ap Rees, et al. Converting the rent of a messuage at Llanengan from 22 measures of oatmeal or pilcorn to four pounds, six shillings and eight pence in money.

Morgan v Wood

  • STAC 5/M18/8 - B A C - 35 Eliz - Caernarvon - Thomas Morgan, Thomas Rowland v Owen Wood, Howel Lewes
  • STAC 5/M25/15 - Rn - 36 Eliz - Caernarvon - Thomas Morgan, Rowland Thomas v Howell Lewis, Owen Wood
  • STAC 5/M34/21 - A I D - 34 Eliz - Caernarvon - Thomas Morgan, Rowland Thomas v Howell Lewys
  • STAC 5/M36/32 - B A - 33 Eliz - Caernarvon - Thomas Morgan, Rowland Thomas v Owen Wood, Howell Lewis
    • Edwards: Thomas Morgan clerk, Rowland Thomas DL v Owen Wood esquire, Howell Lewis. Perjury at the Court of Wards and Exchequer and the prerogative Court of the Archbishop of Canterbury, concerning the will of the late Rowland Thomas DL, dean of the cathederal church of Bangor, foster father of the second defendant. (counter suit STAC5/L34/24)
  • STAC 5/M42/39 - I D - 28 Eliz - Caernarvon - Thomas Morgan v Thomas Cottrell, Christopher Forte alias Force
  • STAC 5/M45/8 - C I D - 37 Eliz - Caernarvon - Thomas Morgan et al v Owen Wood et al
    • STAC 5/M42/39, STAC 5/M45/8 are not in Edwards
    • Edwards includes STAC 5/M27/31 - I D - 26 Eliz - - Thomas Morgan v William Hopkyn, Gwylyn Phelypp but this is part of another case.
    • see also STAC Welsh names M

N

O

Owen v Vaughan

  • STAC 5/O9/18 - B - 19 Eliz - Caernarvon - - Thomas Owen v Richard Vaughan et al
  • STAC 5/O7/22 - A Rn Rr C I D - 22 Eliz - Caernarvon - - Thomas Owen v Richard Vaughan et al.
  • STAC 5/O8/17 - I D - 22 Eliz - Caernarvon - - Thomas Owen v Richard Vaughan, Hugh ap William Maddock et al.
    • Edwards: Thomas Owen of Pencoed esquire v Richard Vaughan sheriff, Hughap William ap Madock, Richard Owen ap Rice Vaughan. Malice culminating in the defendants accusing the complainant of high treason and imprisoning him in irons; refusal to obey a decree of the Privy Council to bring the matter to a speedy trial at the Shropshire Assizes; false indictment for suspected Papistry against the complainant at Quarter Sessions held at Caernarvon and illegal proceedings to secure his conviction there, the first defendant using his office to secure the enrolment of a conviction which was never put before the jury, whereupon the complainant secured a commission out of the Court of the Marches to enquire into the premises. (The case develops into one of Papistry, throwing much new light upon religion in North Wales at that period and the connection with the Welsh papist priests of Europe.)
    • see also STAC Owen

P

Parry v ap David

  • STAC 5/P18/25 - B - 37 Eliz - Caernarvon - John Parry v Richard ap David
    • Edwards: John Parry v Richard ap David. Perjury and forgery concerning a devise of lands at Pengwern.
    • see also STAC Parry

Pennant v Ellis

  • STAC 5/P57/13 - B - 42 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Pennant v Rowland Ellis, Richard Owen, John Williams et al
  • STAC 5/P5/13 - A - 42 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Pennant v Rowland Ellis
    • Edwards: William Pennant of London gentleman keeper of the Crown house called Justice Court at Caernarvon where the ancient records and the armour of the said county were kept v Rowland Ellis of Middle Temple gentleman, Richard Owen, John Williams et 8 aliis. Scaling the walls of the Justice Court and forcibly entering and quartering two geldings in the stables of the house; assault upon complainant when he tooks defendants before Richard Gwyn JP. (ref STAC 5/E8/2)
    • see also STAC Pennant

Philips v Owen

  • STAC 5/P42/19 - B A - 29 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Phillippes v Robert Owen, Rowland Jones
    • Edwards: William Philip of Wells Somerset v Robert Owen of Wells, Rowland Jones et al. Robert Owen, a Welshman and a suspected Papist, about 12 years last past was made minister of Dolbenmaen and Penmorfa in the diocese of Bangor; leasing out the curacy, he still received the profits. Thence he came to Wells, outwardly as a serving-man to one John Bishop, a proctor of the spiritual law and a notorious Papist, and soon became a proctor himself, and a deputy-judge at the archdeacon’s court. Assault upon the complainant by Robert Owen and others his friends at the fair at Wells, because the complainant suspected Robert Owen and his friends of Papistry.
    • see also STAC Philips

Powell v ap Evan

  • STAC 5/P4/23 - B A Rn C - 18 Eliz - Caernarvon - Rhytherch Powell v Richard ap Evan, Thomas ap William, Retherch ap Richard et al
  • STAC 5/P40/23 - I D - 18 Eliz - Caernarvon - Retherch Powell v William ap Thomas
  • STAC 5/P12/10 - I D - 18 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Powell v Retheredge ap RIchard, Robert ap John ap Robert
    • Edwards: Rytherch Powell v Richard ap Evan, Thomas ap William, Rhytherch ap Richard, et al. Riots at Penmachno upon the serving of a writ of arrest issued out of the court of Requests.
    • see also STAC Powell and STAC co Carmarthen

Price v Vaughan

  • STAC 5/P46/35 - B A Dr C I D - 29 Eliz - Caernarvon - Ellis Price, William Baineham, Henry Townshend, Robert Turbridge v John Vaughan, Hugh ap Robert ap Ievan, William Morrice Conway, Griffith ap John, Hugh Gwyn, Thomas Madryn, Richard Peake, John Gwyn, Robert Gwyn, Griffith Gwyn et al
    • Edwards: Ellis Price DCL, William Baineham esquire, Henry Townshend one of the Council of the Marches, Robert Turbridge esquire v John Vaughan sheriff, Hugh ap Robert ap Ievan, William Morrice, Edward Conway, Griffith ap John, Hugh Gwyn, Thomas Madryn, Richard Peake, John Gwyn, Robert and Griffith Gwyn, et pluribis aliis. Perjury in a suitin the Exchequer concerning a breach of contract; corrupting returning of a partial jury.
    • see also STAC Price

Price v Morgan ap John

  • STAC 5/P33/39 - B - 43 Eliz - Caernarvon - Meredith Price v Morgan ap John ap Ievan et al
    • Edwards: Meredith Price of Llanathley Anglesey gentleman v Morgan ap John ap Ievan, et al. Attempt to wrest water tuck-mills at Dinlle from the Glyns of Glynllifon and to divert a water course running from the Triban or Mynydd Mawr and Cae Newydd or Bym; corruption and false oaths in an action thereupon at the Court of the Marches.
    • see also STAC Price

Q

R

ap Rees v Vaughan

  • STAC 5/R22/25 - B - 23 Eliz - Caernarvon - Owen ap Rees v Richard Vaughan, David ap Griffith ap William et al
    • Edwards: Owen ap Rees clerk v Richard Vaughan, William ap Griffith ap David et al. Riots following upon a grant of land in Llanrhuddir.
    • see also STAC Welsh names R

ap Rhytherch v Wyn

  • STAC 5/R15/32 - B - 18 Eliz - Caernarvon - William ap Rytherch v Rowland Wyne ap David ap Williams et al
    • The 1741 listing has ‘William ap Rytherch’ but Edwards ‘Richard ap Rhytherch’ is more likely to be correct.
    • Edwards: Richard ap Rhytherch of Caernarvon v Rowland Wynn ap David ap William of Penhesken Anglesey, et al. Assault upon the complainant in Caernarvon; upon his rescue by William Thomas JP the rioters fled into Anglesey.
    • see also STAC Welsh names R

ap Richard v ap William

  • STAC 5/R19/12 - B - 36 Eliz - Caernarvon - Cadwallader ap Richard alias Vaughan v Meredith ap William et al
    • Edwards: Cadwalader ap Richard alias Vaughan v Milliam ap Meredyth of Penychen, Agnes and Lowry Verched William, Griffith and Cadwalader ap Griffith. Perjury and subornation to perjury of the witnesses before a Commission examining evidence in a suit at the Court of the Marches brought by the first defendant agains the complainant for assault.
    • see also STAC Welsh names R

Roberts v Robinson

  • STAC 5/R9/27 - B A - 27 Eliz - Caernarvon - David Roberts v Humphrey Robinson, Hugh ap Richard ap David et al
  • STAC 5/R24/7 - I D - 27 Eliz - Caernarvon - David Roberts v David ap Richard ap Hugh, Richard ap Griffith et al
    • Edwards: David Robert clerk v Humffrey Robinson clerk, Hugh ap Richard ap David, et pluribus aliis. Crown grant of the advowsons of the rectory of Llanbedrog to the complainant; refusal to allow him to hold religious services; refusal of the rioters to listen to a proclamation from the Court of the Marches; assault upon the complainant at the altar, tearing off his clothes and snatching the Book of Common Prayer from his hands. (ref STAC 5/9/26)
    • see also STAC Roberts

ap Robert v Gwyn

  • STAC 5/R23/12 - B - 36 Eliz - Caernarvon - Hugh ap John ap Robert v Richard Gwin, Richard Jones et al
    • Edwards: Hugh ap John ap Robert of Eifionydd v Richard Gwyn JP, Richard Jones, et al. Assault upon a widow and her son at Nantmor, which did not cease until the people of the country-side rose to their aid; affray at Aber.
    • see also STAC Welsh names R

ap Robert v Owen

  • STAC 5/R42/36 - B - - Caernarvon - Ievan ap Robert v Kadwallader Owen, Wynn John Owen, Howell ap Morrys
  • STAC 5/R2/14 - A - 29 Eliz - Caernarvon - Evan ap Robert v Kedwallader Owen
  • STAC 5/R23/40 - I D - 29 Eliz - Caernarvon - Ievan ap Robert v Kadwallader Owen
    • Edwards: Ievan ap Robert of Criccieth v Cadwalader Owen esquire, John Wyn Owen esquire, Morrice ap Howell et 100 aliis. Whereas certain merchants of France, possessed of certain wines and oils, to the value of 100 marks, did freight a ship meaning to carry the cargo to Rouen, and appointed Iustin Ialis and Cardin de la Haye and others being Frenchmen, to be their factors in the said ship, and to deal for them in the sale of the merchandise, the ship setting sail, was driven to Criccieth and became a wreck. The gentlemen of that county entered the ship, assaulted the crew, carried away and consumed the cargo, the remainder being put into the complainant’s house. The complainant was loath to take it and be answerable for it, but did so at the request of William Morrice, Robert Vaughan, Robert William ap Eliza, and Ellis ap Cadwalader, but the defendants, pretending to be burgesses of Criccieth and saying that some custom or duty was payable upon the wine, assaulted the house and person of the complainant.
    • see also STAC Welsh names R

ap Robert v Wyn

  • STAC 5/R37/18 - B A - 38 Eliz - Caernarvon - William ap Robert v John ap Thomas Wynn, William Morris et al
  • STAC 5/R41/18 - I D - 38 Eliz - Caernarvon - William ap Robert v John ap Thomas Wynne et al
    • Edwards: William ap Robert of Pwllheli chapman v William Morrice David, William ap John Wyn, Henry ap Humffrey, Thomas ap John Wyn (gentlemen of Pwllheli). Assaulting the complainant’s house and servants for four days and four nights, and refusing to let them have food; further assaults upon the complainant in other counties and in London. The defendants aver that they were accompanying the bailiff of the town in executing processes from the Court of Wards and from the Assizes.
    • see also STAC Welsh names R

Robinson v Owen

  • STAC 5/R9/26 - B A - 27 Eliz - Caernarvon - Humfrye Robynson v Lewis Roberts, David Owen et al
  • STAC 5/R38/14 - I D - 27 Eliz - Caernarvon - Humfry Robinson v Griffith Roberts, Griff Ievan ap Griff Lloid et al
    • Edwards: Humffrey Robinson clerk parson of Llanbedrog v David Owen clerk, Lewis ap Robert alias Annwyl, Griffith John Wyn, John ap Robert ap Richard, Griffith ap Ievan William, John Rees Wyn, Hugh ap Rees, Ievan Lloyd ap Humffrey, Ievan David clerk, Humffrey ap Ievan Lloyd, John Lewis, “persons of desparate and disordered conditions, most of them cormorant in foreign parts, common disturbers of the peace of the realm.” Disputed rights to the parsonage of Llanbedrog. The defendants accompanied by 30 others, forcibly entered the church, assaulted the complainant on Good Friday and took the service-book out of his hands. (ref STAC 5/R9/27)
    • see also STAC Robinson

Rowland, Thomas

  • STAC 5/R42/40 - B - 35 Eliz - Caernarvon - Thomas Rowland v David Lloyd, John Lloyd, Thomas Owen et al
    • Edwards: Thomas Rowland of Westminster gentleman v John Lloyd, David Lloyd his son, Thomas Owen, et al. Assaults upon the complainant and upon Robert Madryn JP, repairing to Pwllheli on business in company with Griffith ap Griffith JP; inability of the JPs of the country to bring the offenders to justice.
    • see also STAC Rowland

Rutter, Reynold

  • STAC 5/R8/24 - B A Dr - 36 Eliz - Caernarvon - Reynold Rutter v Humfrey David Loyd, John Morrice ap Eliza et al
  • STAC 5/R28/18 - I D - 36 Eliz - Caernarvon - Reynald Rutter v John Moris ap Elizabeth, David Humfrey Lloyd
  • STAC 5/R12/13 - B - 36 Eliz - Caernarvon - Reynold Ruther v William ap Humfrey ap David, Humfrey David Loid et al
    • Edwards: Reynold Rutter of Beddgelert gentleman v Humffrey ap David Lloyd, Robert ap Richard ap William, John Morrice ap Eliza, et al. Assault upon the complainant after serving a process from the Court of the Marches upon the first defendant near his dwelling house at Nantmor, Merioneth; outrages and riots; contempts of the Court of the Marches. Complaint of the failure of that court to curb evil-doers. (Sergeant’s certificate BL MSS Addit 37045 f13a)
    • Edwards includes STAC 5/R7/28 - I D - 37 Eliz - Denbigh - Fowlke Rutter, Henry Walton v David ap Jevan, which is part of another case
    • see also STAC Rutter

S

Stanley v Williams

  • STAC 5/S66/28 - B - 17 Eliz - Caernarvon - Sir Rowland Stanley v Wynn, Robert Williams et al
    • Edwards: Sir Rowland Stanley knight v Morrice Wyn William esquire, William William esquire, Roland William gentleman, et al. Riotous entry and pulling down of hedges on a messuage called Pengally, within the liberties of the town of Caernarvon.
    • see also STAC Stanley

St John v Maddock ap Hugh

  • STAC 5/S29/36 - B A Rn - 37 Eliz - Caernarvon - Lord John St John v Madock ap Hugh ap Jenn, Owen Thomas Owen
  • STAC 5/J14/35 - I D - 37 Eliz - Caernarvon - Lord St John of Bletsoe v Owen Thomas Owen, John ap Howel ap Owen, Owen ap Robert ap John Wynn, et al
  • STAC 5/S1/14 - C I D - 37 Eliz - Caernarvon - John Lord St John of Blettish v Ievan ap Hugh ap Madock et al
  • STAC 5/S58/2 - Rr - 37 Eliz - Caernarvon - John St Johns v Madock ap Hugh ap Jen’n, Owen Thomas Owen et al
    • Edwards: Lord John St John of Bletsoe v William William, Hugh Gwyn, Griffith ap John Griffith, Ievan ap Hugh ap Madock esquires,

William Glyn, Owen Thomas Owen, William Glyn of Edernion, Robert ap Rees Wyn, John ap Howell ap Owen, Robert ap Richard of Llecheiddior, David ap William ap Howell ap Robert, Owen ap Robert ap John Wyn, John William of Bodfaio, Griffith ap John Griffith of Uchor, and Lewis ap William Griffith gentlemen, Lewis ap Ievan ap Rees, Robert Griffith Lloys, Robert ap Hugh ap robert, Robert ap Hugh ap Rees, Morgan ap Ievan ap Wyilliam, Owen Griffith ap Howell ap Ievan yeomen. Inquisitions into encroached lands of the Forest of Snowdonia in Caernarvonshire granted by the Queen unto the Robert Earl of Leicester reserving unto the Crown certain fees. Several of these lands, by intrusion and wrongful entry, afterwards came into the possession of the defendants; during the Earl’s lifetime the tenants paid rent for the lands which then descended to Ambrose Earl of Warwick; he conveyed them to the Lady Anne now Countess of Warwick, and the complainant bought them of her. But sithence the defendants have obstinately refused to pay, for which refusal they were sued at the Exchequer. Forming a common fund, they made collection in all parts of Caernarvonshire to maintain that suit. A commission of the great men of the North was thereupon appointed to enquire into the encroachment of the lands, and warrents were issued to the sheriff, Robert Wyn of Brynkir, to summon a jury of the competent number of men on their oaths; but the defendants, owing to their scheming, caused themselves to be summoned on that Jury, and refused to take evidence saying that they knew of their own knowledge all that was to be known; they thereupon returned a verdict that the information that the complainant desired was not available.

ap Thomas v ap Ievan

  • STAC 5/P64/31 - B A C - 36 Eliz - Caernarvon - Robert ap Thomas v Morgan ap Ievan, William ap Rees ap Robert
    • Edwards: Robert ap Thomas servant and daily attendant upon Lord Charles Howard, baron Effingham, Lord Admiral v Thomas Morgan ap Ievan, William ap Rees ap Robert. Perjury and subornation in a devise of land in Penmachno and Bettws.
    • see also STAC Welsh names P

T

UV

Vaughan v ap Maddock

  • STAC 5/V3/6 - B A - 33 Eliz - Caernarvon - Mary Vaughan v Ievan ap Madocke, John ap Rees ap Robert et al
  • STAC 5/V2/29 - I D - 34 Eliz - Caernarvon - Mary Vaughan v John ap Rice ap Robert, Ievan ap Madocks
    • Edwards: Mary Vaughan widow of John Vaughan, one of Her Majesty’s gentlemen v Ievan ap Madock, John ap Rees ap Robert, et al, ancient tenants of the township of Penychen. Crown grant of the township of Penychen.
    • see also STAC Vaughan

Vaughan v Watkins

  • STAC 5/V3/23 - B A - 11 Eliz - Brecon, Caernarvon - Henry Vaughan, William Lewis Havard v William Watkins et uxor, Ievan Jones et al
    • Edwards: Richard Vaughan esquire v Thomas Owen. Contempt in a former Star Chamber action.
  • STAC 5/V7/32 - B A Rn I D - 12 Eliz - Brecon, Caernarvon - Henry Vaughan, William Lewis v William Watkins, Ievan Jones et al

W

Wonwey v Birkdall

  • STAC 5/W1/5 - B A - 26 Eliz - Caernarvon - Thomas Wonwey v Nicholas Birkdall, John Birkdall, Hugh Hookes, John ap Owen Griffyth, John ap John, William ap Robert ap Howel ap Llewellyn, Edward ap Griffith ap Richard, Henry Birkdall, Richard Pigote, Henry ap Richard
    • Edwards: Thomas Wo nwey of Conwy v Nicholas Birkdale, John Birkdale, Hugh Hookes, John ap Owen Griffith, John ap John, et al, all of Conway. Leasing lands once the property of Sir Richard Bulkeley of Beaumaris, called Cae Donald and Cae Du Roth in the hamlet of Castell, commote of Isaph.
  • STAC 5/W50/37 - I D - 26 Eliz - Caernarvon - Thomas Wonwey v Nicholas Brikdale, Hugh Hookes et al

Williams v Griffith

  • STAC 5/W55/4 - B - 17 Eliz - Caernarvon - Hugh Williams v Morrice Griffith, Edward Griffith, et al
    • Edwards: Hugh William v Morrice Griffith esquire, Edward Griffith, et al his retainers. Forcible entry into part of an estate called Cwm Ffynnon, in Dinorwig and Llanberis, granted to the complainant by letters patent; driving away and detaining of cattle.
    • see also STAC Williams

Williams v Owen

  • STAC 5/W79/5 - B - 21 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Williams v Richard Owen et al
    • Edwards: William Griffiths servant to the Right Honourable the Earl of Leicester v Richard Owen et al. Sale of lands, houses, and buildings in Dolbenmaen; riotsand assaults at Coedyfron, and illtreating of tenants.
    • see also STAC Williams

Williams v Williams

  • STAC 5/W78/37 - B - 18 Eliz - Caernarvon - William William v Edward William, Thomas William
  • STAC 5/W3/31 - B - 19 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Williams v Robert Pyllaston, Richard Flesher
  • STAC 5/W13/20 - I D - 18 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Williams v Edward Williams
  • STAC 5/W46/24 - A Rn - 18 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Williams v Edward Williams, Thomas Williams
  • STAC 5/W68/31 - I D - 18 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Williams v Edward Williams, Thomas Williams
    • Edwards: William William of Cochwillan JP v Edward William, Thomas William. Devise of two tenements in the township of Castell, Caernarvon, namely Tyddyn Robin and Yr Erw Hir, and Caergo in the hundred of Isaph; forging and proving of a will in the prerogative court of the city of London, and before the Court of the Marches, out of which a Commission was granted; forgery, false depositions, perjury, and publishing forgery.
  • STAC 5/W44/14 - Rr I D - 19 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Williams v Edward Williams, Thomas Williams

Williams v Wynne

  • STAC 5/W20/25 - B - 34 Eliz- Caernarvon - William Williams v John Wynne, Morrice Lewis
    • Edwards: William William of Cochwillan JP v John Wyn JP of Gwydir, deputy-lieutenant, sheriff of Merioneth; Morrice Lewis his deputy. A dispute having arisen at the Great Sessions held for Caernarvonshire at Conway, John Wyn, at a Commission sitting in the church to assess the subsidy, struck the complainant, then standing at the Commission Table, a blow upon the face. The complainant describes John Wyn as “forgetting his own birth being but by bastardy descended from the complainant’s house and his great grandfather, being mean by birth, was the only advancer of his posterity, by and through the means of the complainant’s ancestors, whose servant he was.” Assault by John Wyn upon the server of a writ susequent upon the former assault; misdemeanours as sheriff of Merioneth, in secretly indicting and then compounding with felons — “the harsh and cruel dealings of John Wyn have caused many people to commit suicide,” examples being cited in the bill. (ref STAC 5/W27/37)
    • see also STAC Williams

Williams v Lloyd

  • STAC 5/W63/33 - B - - Caernarvon - William Williams v Humphrey Lloyd Sr, Humphrey Lloyd Sr, Robert Lloyd, John Lloyd, Rice Lloyd, Thomas Lloyd et al
    • Edwards: William William of Cochwillan JP sheriff of Montgomeryshire v Humffrey Lloyd senior, Humffrey Lloyd junior, Robert Lloyd, John Lloyd, Richard Lloyd, Thomas Lloyd (being father and 5 sons). Plotting lying in wait, ambush, and assault upon the complainant whilst he was riding with his deputy-sheriff from Guildfield in Montgomeryshire to the mansion of Griffith Lloyd esquire, Maesmawr; assault upon a petty constable.
    • see also STAC Williams

Williams v Bulkley

  • STAC 5/W77/23 - B - 41 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Williams v Richard Bulkley, Edward Owen, John Prytherch et al
  • STAC 5/W39/17 - A Dr - 41 Eliz - Caernarvon - William Williams v Hugh Bulkley, Edward Yeo
    • Edwards: William William of Cochwillan JP v Ricard Bulkeley sheriff of Anglesey, Edward Owen deputy-sheriff, John Prytherch clerk, et al. Commencement of a suit in the Court of Common Pleas upon an action for debt for which the complainant had become surety at the request of Edward Comy of Bryncyn, Denbighshire esquire, and Hugh Comy his son; the complainant compounded his obligation, nevertheless the defendant as sheriff, issued a warrant to enquire into the complainant’s goods although a writ from the Court of Common Pleas had been sent to the defendant to stay proceedings; taking an inquisition at Bellum Mariscum (Beaumaris), the defendant found that the complainant possessed tenements called Bodlew or Trefnant in Porthamell, Tyddyn Ty Hen, Clegyrog, Tyddyn David ap Hugh ap Ievan, Llanfawr, and Tir Robert Owen, Crafgoes, smith’s lands, a corn-mill and chattles within the boundaries of Beaumaris. The defendant thereupon sold the land at half its price to his own brother.
    • see also STAC Williams

Wyn v Wyn

  • STAC 5/W23/11 - B A C I D - 41 Eliz - Caernarvon - John Wyn ap Robert Wyn v Robert Gryffith ap John Gryffith, Robert Griffith filius, John ap Richard
    • TNA Note: Forcible entry on a tenement - STAC 7/15/61
    • Edwards: John Wyn ap Robert Wyn of Waenfawr gentleman v Robert Griffith ap John Griffith JP, Robert Griffith his son, John ap Richard of Penllech. Assault upon the complainant at a market at Pwllheli; refusal of the first defendant to do his duty as JP, he being the instigator of the assault.
    • Edwards: Miscellanea Bundle 14 - I D (not identified here)
    • see also STAC Wynne

Wyne v Williams

  • STAC 5/W27/23 - B A - 34 Eliz - Caernarvon - John Wynn v John Wyn, William Williams
  • STAC 5/W9/13 - I D - 34 Eliz - Caernarvon - John Wynn v John Williams
    • Edwards: John Wyn of Gwydir JP deputy-lieutenant v John Wyn of Llanllechid and William William of Cochwillan JP. Assault at the time of devine service within the parish church of Conway,; defendants brought forward a false bill of indictment against the complainant in the Great Sessions of Caernarvon as the instigated of that strife; William William is accused of being the buyer of doubtful titles to his own enrichment. (ref STAC 5/W20/25)

Wyne v Anwyl

  • STAC 5/W39/21 - B A C I D - 31 Eliz - Caernarvon - John Wyne, Robert Wyne v Jonett verch Thomas alias Anwyl, William Jenkin ap Owen et al
  • STAC 5/W83/11 - Rn - 35 Eliz - Caernarvon - John Wyn, Robert Wyn v Jonnett verch Thomas alias Anywell, William Owen ap Jenkin et al
  • STAC 7/15/61 - - - Caernarvon - John Wynne, Robert Wynne v Jonett Amayll et al
    • Edwards: John Wyn esquire, Robert Wyn esquire v Jonett verch Thomas alias Anwyl, William Jenkin ap Owen et 6 aliis. Forcible entry on a tenement called Hafod y Riske. (cf W57/16)

Wyne v Williams

  • STAC 5/W44/37 - B - 43 Eliz - Caernarvon - John Wyn, Robert Wyn v Ievan ap David ap Meredyth, William ap Robert ap Rees, John ap Hugh ap Robert
    • Edwards: John ap Robert Wyn v Ievan ap david ap Meredith, William ap Robert ap rees, John ap Hugh ap Robert; et al. Riotous assembly, assault and wounding in the town of Conway on a Sunday in a fair held upon that day.
    • see also STAC Wynne

Wyn v William

  • STAC 5/W57/16 - B - 35 Eliz - Caernarvon - Robert Wyn v William William, James Bourdman
    • Edwards: Robert Wyn gentleman v William William sheriff of Cochwillan, James Bourdman deputy-sheriff. Forcible entry into lands in W(N?)anhoynen, called Hafod yr Hesg and Wenallt and ouster of the complainant; bribery and corruption in an action in Exchequer.
    • see also STAC Wynne

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  • A Catalogue of Star Chamber Proceedings Relating to Wales compiled by Ifan ab Owen Edwards, Cardiff U P 1929


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

  • TNA E159/379 Easter Term, 22 Elizabeth. Fine Paid. 1582
    • From Hugh ap Willim ap Maddock de Coytgay, Carnarvon: £20.
    • From Richard Owyn ap Richard Vaughan de Llangubby, Carnarvon: 20 marks.