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

A

Adams v White

  • Deponents John Abell of Dowgate City of London Merchant. Paul Bayninge Alderman of London. STAC 5/A39/26
  • STAC 5/A39/26 - I D - 26 Eliz - London - Robert Adams v Robert White
  • see also STAC Adam

Adean v Stoner

  • Deposition of Griffin Fludd of the parish od St Giles neere Criple gate London. STAC 5/A7/9
  • STAC 5/A23/17 - B A - 33 Eliz - John Adeane, William Rythen v Francis Stoner, William Chessal et al
  • STAC 5/A43/13 - I D - 34 Eliz - John Adean, William Riffin v Francis Stoner et al
  • STAC 5/A35/13 - C I D - 33 Eliz - John Adeane et al v Robert Stoner, Robert Norman, John Barney
  • STAC 5/A7/9 - I D - 34 Eliz - London - John Adeane, William Riffin v Francis Stover, William Chesshall, John Barny et al
  • see also STAC Adeane

Allen v Windsor

  • In re Christopher Alleyn father of Gyles Alleyn married to Dowthee Crooke in the parish of St Faith in London. STAC 5/A1/1
  • STAC 7/17/4 - - - Giles Alen ex parte
  • STAC 5/A31/17 - B - 3 Eliz - - Gyles Alyn, Richard Barnerd v Thomas Windsor, John Cooper
  • STAC 5/A1/1 - I D - 3 Eliz - London - Gyles Alleyn et al v Thomas Wyndsor et al
  • STAC 5/A9/15 - I D - 4 Eliz - - Giles Alen v John Woode
  • see also STAC Allen

Andrews v Loneys

  • Thomas Andrews of London gent. STAC 5/A38/16
  • STAC 5/A6/12 - B - 35 Eliz - - Thomas Andrewes v Thomas Loneys, Robert Mawe, [blank] Quensey
  • STAC 5/A38/16 - B A Rn - 38 Eliz - London - Thomas Andrews v Thomas Lonys, John Lonys, Rows Ricthorne
  • STAC 5/A51/1 - I D - 37 Eliz - - Thomas Andrews v Thomas Lunnys et al
  • see also STAC Andrews

Andrews v Rawghton

  • Thomas Andrews of London, gent, Richard Rawghton of Whitechapel in co Middlesex. STAC 5/A39/35
  • STAC 5/A39/35 - B A - 25 Eliz - London - Thomas Andrews v Richard Rawghton, William Handburye, John Gibbes
  • see also STAC Andrews

Aske v Gurney

  • TNA Note: Conspiracy to accuse plaintiff of malversation. Robert Aske, late bridge-master of London. STAC 7/1/17
  • STAC 7/1/17 - - - London - Robert Aske v Richard Gurney, Thomas Willford, Humphrey Huntley
  • see also STAC Aske

Atkinson v Pill

  • Robert Atkinson, dyer v Nicholas Pyll of London merchant. Interrogatories for Wm Pettys of London, merchant. STAC 5/A39/31
  • STAC 5/A45/23 - B - 37 Eliz - - Robert Atkinson v Nicholas Pill et al
  • STAC 5/A41/9 - A - 37 Eliz - - Robert Arkinson v Nicholas Pill, Thomas Hussey, Miles Smith et al
  • STAC 5/A51/10 - Rn - 38 Eliz - - Robert Atkinson v Nicholas Pill, Thomas Hussey, Miles Smythe
  • STAC 5/A14/16 - I - 38 Eliz - - Robert Atkinson v Thomas Hussey
  • STAC 5/A33/1 - D - 38 Eliz - - Robert Atkinson v Thomas Hussye
  • STAC 5/A54/3 - I D - 39 Eliz - - Robert Atkinson v Nicholas Pyll, Thomas Hussey
  • STAC 5/A33/22 - I D - 39 Eliz - - Robert Atkinson v Nicholas Pyll, Thomas Hussey
  • STAC 5/A39/31 - I D - 38 Eliz - London - Robert Atkinson v Nicholas Pyll
  • STAC 5/A37/6 - I D - 38 Eliz - - Robert Atkinson v Nicholas Pyll, Thomas Hussey, Myles Smyth et al
  • STAC 5/A25/5 - I D - 39 Eliz - - Robert Atkinson v Nicholas Pill, Thomas Hussey, William Grove et al
  • STAC 5/A10/40 - I D - 39 Eliz - - Robert Atkinson v Nicholas Pill et al
  • STAC 5/A58/26 - I D - 39 Eliz - - Robert Atkinson v Nicholas Pills et al
  • STAC 5/A57/38 - Rr - 38 Eliz - - Robert Atkins, Peter Allison v Nicholas Pill, Thomas Hussey et al
  • see also STAC Atkinson

Almoner

Almoner v Jewell '

  • Imprimis wheter did you knowe one Johan Powele who had a certayne dwelling in the old Baylie in London & wheter did you heare that she was a fellon of her self yea or no. Item did you know one Henry Blewet of the Temple gent and one Thomas Blewet his Brother yea or noe. Item whether do you knowe or have you hard what money the said Joane Powle delivered or cause to be delivered as her owne money unto the same Henry Blewet not long before her death to be kept to her use, and what is your perfect knowledge theirin. STAC 5/A7/8
  • STAC 5/A7/8 - I - - London - Almoner v John Jewell, Gregory Shorter
  • STAC 7/17/12 - - - Almoner v John Jewell et al (?)
  • see also STAC Jewell

Attorney General

AG v Baynham

  • Deponent Robert Payne of the parish of St Michael in Bread Street in London, salter. STAC 5/A1/29
  • STAC 5/A1/29 - A I D - 42 Eliz - London - AG v Sir Edmund Baynham, William Grantham, Thomas Dutton, William Williamson et al.
  • STAC 5/A43/37 - I D - 42 Eliz - - AG v Sir Edmund Beynham, William Grantham, Thomas Dutton et al
  • STAC 5/A44/24 - I D - 42 Eliz - - AG v Sir Edmund Baynham, William Grantham, Thomas Dutton et al
  • STAC 5/A45/10 - - 42 Eliz - - AG v Sir Edmund Baynham et al
  • see also STAC Bainham

AG v Egglesfield

  • Int to Michael Flemyng esq on the part of the AG. Imprimis wheather do you knowe one Thomas Androes gent now or late of London . . Item was [he] at any time of Lincolns Inn . . . Item wheather doe you knowe or have you heard that the said Thomas Androes was the same man or partie that comensed suet against Christopher Egleffeeld in the Q M Bench yea or noe. Item . . . upon one obligation whear in one Johane Beare by the name of Joahne Egleffeeld late of Detford deceassed stood bonde unto the sayd Thomas Androes as was pretended and dated the sixt yeare of edwarde the sixt. . . STAC 5/A7/38
  • STAC 5/A7/38 - I D - 22 Eliz - London - AG v Christopher Egglesfeld, Thomas Androes
  • see also STAC Egglefield

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Bate v Winch

  • Paul Griffiths: Contesting London Bridewell, 1576-80 Journal of British Studies 42:3 (2003) 283-315. STAC 5/B21/3
  • Anthony Bate citizen and goldsmith of London. STAC 5/B104/29
  • STAC 5/B21/3 - B A - 19 Eliz - London - Anthony Bate v Richard Rowle, Thomas Wise
  • STAC 5/B104/29 - B A - Eliz - London - Anthony Bate v Robert Winche
  • STAC 5/B108/33 - Rn I D - 19 Eliz - London - Antony Bate v Robert Wynche
  • STAC 5/B53/40 - I D - 19 Eliz - London - Anthony Bate v Robert Wynch
  • STAC 5/B11/18 - I D - 19 Eliz - London - Anthony Bate et al v Robert Winch et al
  • see also STAC Bates

Bird v Chaundler

  • Robert Chandler of the Parish of St Martins London, Silkman. STAC 5/B104/34
  • STAC 5/B104/34 - I D - 22 Eliz - London - John Bird v Robert Chandler, Richard Coyse
  • STAC 5/B47/18 - B A Rn - 40 Eliz - - John Byrde v Robert Chaundler, Richard Coyse
  • STAC 5/B27/37 - I D - 40 Eliz - - John Bird v Robert Chandler, Richard Coyse
  • STAC 5/B38/20 - I D - 40 Eliz - - John Birde v Robert Chaundler, Richard Coyshe
  • STAC 5/B71/7 - I D - 41 Eliz - - John Byrde v Robert Chandler
  • see also STAC Bird

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Carleton, Edward

  • Edward Carleton of the Inner Temple gentleman, That whereas one Thomas Sandes of London shoemaker had procured divers landes tenements goods and chattles to be extended and delivered unto h[ ] and his bodie to be arrested and imprisoned by the space of divers years by the force of a Statute Staple of two hundred pounds most contemptibly and deceitfully obtained. STAC 5/C2/20 Bill
  • STAC 5/C2/20 - B A - Mich 29/29 Eliz - London - Edward Carleton v Matthew Rudd, Robert Crisp, George Tanner
  • STAC 5/C74/7 - I D - 29 Eliz - Edward Carlton v George Tanner et al
  • see also STAC Carlton

Chambers v Scroggs

  • STAC 5/C1/17 William Scroggs of London fishmonger
  • STAC 5/C1/17 - B Dr - Hil 28 Eliz - - John Chambers v William Scroggs, Christopher Robinson, Richard Thornbury
  • see also STAC Chambers

Clothworkers v Smart and Pratt

  • STAC 5/C5/10 - B A - Hil 24 Eliz - London - The Master Warden and Commonaltie of Cloth Workers of London v William Smart, John Ty, Thomas Pratt, Thomas Glascock et al
  • STAC 5/C18/38 - I D - 24 Eliz - London - Master Wardens & Commonalty of Freeman of the Mystery of Clothworkers v Thomas Pratt, William Smart, Robert Nottingham
  • see also STAC Clothworkers

Cobbe v Nayler

  • Richard Cobbe citizen and carpenter of London, in re ground late parcell of the North Churchyard of the late disolved house of the friars preachers called Blackfriars near Ludgate in the city of London. STAC 5/C1/9
  • STAC 5/C1/9 - B A Rn - Easter 16 Eliz - London - Richard Cobbe v Henry Nayler, Thomas Holford, William Dewes, Edward Gayle, Thomas Hewes, Thomas Forrest, Martin Turpin, William Goodredye, Francis Daye, John Baker, Richard Grundyche, Bastian Bowfoye, John Glascoke, Thomas Browne, William Swayne, Miles Ubanke, William Peryn, Alexander Brodbanke, Christopher Hewes, Leonard Blanshose, John Bryart, John Wrainche, Simon Priello
  • STAC 5/C17/15 - I D - 16 Eliz - - [Blank] Cobbe v John Wrench, John Baker et al
  • STAC 5/C43/5 - I D - 15 Eliz - - Richard Cobbe v Henry Naylor et al
  • STAC 7/19/30 - - - - Richard Cobb v Henry Nailour et al
  • STAC 5/C40/19 - I D - 16 Eliz - - Richard Cobbe v Thomas Wolverston, Henry Nayler et al
  • STAC 5/C41/30 - I D - 16 Eliz - - Richard Cobbe v Henry Nayler et al
  • STAC 5/C46/34 - I D - 21 Eliz - - Richard Cobbe v Henry Nayler
  • STAC 5/C79/40 - B - 20 Eliz - - Richard Cobb v Henry Nailor, Martyn Turpyn et al
  • STAC 5/C59/33 - A Rn Rr - 20 Eliz - - Richard Cobbe v Henry Nayler, Henry Dezolace et al
  • STAC 5/C8/17 - I Dn - 20 Eliz - - Richard Cobb v Henry Miller, John Desolace, Martin Turpyn

Conyers v Malton

  • Robert Conyers citizen and merchant of London. Edmund Malton a barber in Thomas Street London. STAC 5/C1/22
  • STAC 5/C1/22 - B Dr - Mich 42 Eliz - London - Robert Conyers v John Malton, Edmund Malton, John Gittens, William Yeeles, Sebastian Darknall et uxor, Hastinge Besgrave
  • see also STAC Conyers

Cordwainers v Emants

  • STAC 5/C59/38 - B A Rn Rr C I D - 22 Eliz - - Mayor Wardens & Commonalty of Cordwainers of the City of London, v John Emants, Henry Thoine, Daniell Swarts,
  • see also STAC Cordwainers

Cornwallis v Swift

  • Albert Chatterley, 'Two Sixteenth-Century East Anglian Families at the Court of Star Chamber' Norfolk Archaeology Vol 44:1, 2003, pp 119-128. STAC 5/C33/38
  • STAC 5/C33/38 - I D - 35 Eliz - London - Francis Cornwellis v Thomas Swifte
  • see also STAC Cornwallis see also STAC Swift

Counsell v Yorke

  • Thomas Counsell gent v Bartholemew Yorke late of Twickenham, Middlesex. Joanne Platt widow of Roger Platt late of London, Merchant Taylor, deceased. STAC 5/C1/11
  • STAC 5/C1/11 - B A - 14 Eliz - London - Thomas Counsell gent v Bartholemew Yorke, Edward Dickenson, Anthony Martyn, Thomas Yorke, Richard Neelson, James Asheton
  • STAC 5/C11/39 - I D - 15 Eliz - Thomas Councell v Bartholemew Yorke
  • STAC 7/19/56 - - - Thomas Counsell v Bartholomew Yorke et al
  • STAC 5/C24/29 - I D - 15 Eliz - Thomas Councell v Anthony Martyn, Thomas Yorke
  • see also STAC Counsell

Courtney v Hinson

  • Thomas Hynson of the parish of St Michaels in Great Wood street, London. Do you know Hugh Baas of London Scrivenor. STAC 5/C1/12
  • STAC 5/C69/21 - Rn - 22 Eliz - London - John Courtney v Thomas Hinson, William Ross
  • STAC 5/C31/28 - B A - Easter 37 Eliz - London - John Courtney v Thomas Hynton, William Wolffe
  • STAC 5/C1/12 - I D - 37 Eliz - London - John Courtney v Thomas Hynson
  • STAC 5/C12/36 - I D - 37 Eliz - London - John Courtney v Thomas Hinson, William Rols
  • STAC 5/C32/19 - I D - 37 Eliz - London - John Courtney v Thomas Hinson, William Rolfe
  • STAC 5/C67/30 - Rr - 37 Eliz - London - John Courtney v William Rolfe, Sir Thomas Hinde
  • see also STAC Courtney

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Day v Ward and Holmes

  • Elizabeth Evenden, Thomas S. Freeman. Religion and the Book in Early Modern England: The Making of John Foxe's Book of Martyrs. STAC 5/D4/1, D13/7
  • STAC 5/D3/16 - B A - Hil 24 Eliz - - John Day v Roger Ward, William Holmes
  • STAC 5/D6/20 - I D - 24 Eliz - - John Daye v William Holmes et al
  • STAC 5/D13/7 - I D - 24 Eliz - - John Day v Roger Warde et al
  • STAC 7/20/18 - - - - John Daye v Roger Warde et al
  • see also STAC Day

Day v Harrison

  • Richard Day, Edward White, William Wright, Buttler, John Wolfe, Francis Adams Stationers of London. STAC 5/D4/1
  • Elizabeth Evenden, Thomas S. Freeman. Religion and the Book in Early Modern England: The Making of John Foxe's Book of Martyrs. STAC 5/D4/1, D13/7
  • STAC 5/D28/7 - B A Dr - 28 Eliz - London - Richard Daye, Edward White, William Wrighte, Thomas Butter, John Wolfe, Francis Adams v John Harrison Richard Boyle, William Ponsonby
  • STAC 5/D4/1 - B Dr - Mich 27/28 Eliz - London - Richard Day, Edward White, William Wright, Buttler, John Wolfe, Francis Adams v Humffreye Franke, Anthony Hill, Thomas Dunne, Robert Robinson, Henry Carre et al
  • see also STAC Day

Dutton v Walker

  • Debt. London. John Dutton of London, Silkweaver. STAC 5/D11/39
  • STAC 5/D11/39 - B - 42 Eliz - London - John Dutton v Richard Walker
  • STAC 5/D3/36 - Dr - 42 Eliz - London - John Dutton v Richard Walker
  • see also STAC Dutton

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Ely v Blackwall

  • Ely Place Holborne London. forcible entry. STAC 5/E1/23
  • STAC 5/E1/23 - B A Rn Rr - - London - Bishop of Ely v Thomas Blacwall, [blank] Beste, [blank] Castell, Richard Olyver
  • STAC 5/E4/16 - I D - 3 Eliz - Bishop of Ely v Thomas Blackwall, Richard Oliver
  • see also STAC Ely

Errington v Grish or Irish

  • TNA Note: Forcible entry and assault in Little Wood Street. STAC 7/12/1
  • STAC 5/E14/4 - Rr I D - 43 Eliz - - Henry Erington et uxor v Richard Irishe, William Hawkins, George Farmer et al
  • STAC 7/12/1 - - - London - Henry Erington et Mary uxor v Richard Grishe, William Hawkins, George Farmer, William Jordane, Edward Harison
  • see also STAC Errington

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Fairclough v Lawrence

  • Hugh Faircloth Citizen and Clothworker of London. STAC 5/F2/18
  • STAC 5/F2/18 - B - 33 Eliz - London - Hugh Faircloth v Edward Fleete, Vincent Delabarr, John Hubbelon, Bartholemew Shorer et al.
  • STAC 5/F27/20 - Rn - 38 Eliz - - Faith Fairclough, Hugh Fairclough v Richard Lawrence, Robert Clarke et al
  • STAC 5/F20/20 - B A - 43 Eliz - - Hugh Fairclough v Richard Lawrence, John Merry et al
  • STAC 5/F19/13 - I D - 43 Eliz - - Hugh Fairclough v Richard Buckland, Thomas Kendall et al
  • STAC 5/F18/13 - I D - 44 Eliz - - Hugh Fairclough v Richard Lawrence et al
  • STAC 5/F21/40 - I D - 43 Eliz - - Anthony Fairclough v Richard Lawrence, John Merry et al
  • see also STAC Fairclough

Fisher v Beamond

  • TNA Note: Perjury. STAC 7/12/12
  • STAC 5/F7/3 - B A - 34 Eliz - London - Antony Fysher v Henry Beamond, John Merry et al
  • STAC 7/12/12 - - - London - Anthony Fysher v John Merry, Henry Beamond, Ambrose Walloeksall, John Dymock, Walter Elbridge
  • see also STAC Fisher

Focking v Thewes

  • Moyses Fockinge of London. Jeweller. Lodowick Thewes a merchant stranger. STAC 5/F22/8
  • STAC 5/F22/8 - B A - 36 Eliz - London - Moyses Fockinge v Abraham Thewes, Lodowick Thewes, Hamlet Clarke
  • see also STAC Focking

Foster, v Vanhovan

  • TNA Note: A warehouse in Pudding Lane. STAC 7/12/8
  • STAC 5/F24/19 - B - 11 Eliz - London - Edmond Foster v John Vanhovan, John Violet
  • STAC 5/F29/23 - A - - London - Edmond Foster v John Violett, John Vanhovan
  • STAC 5/F6/1 - I D - 11 Eliz - London - Edmond Foster v John Violets
  • STAC 5/F5/22 - I D - 12 Eliz - London - Edmond Foster v John Vanhoven, John Volett
  • STAC 7/12/8 - - - London - Edmund Foster v John Vanhoven, John Vislet
  • see also STAC Foster Forster

Fortescue v Gray

  • ODNB Grey, Arthur, fourteenth Baron Grey of Wilton (1536–1593), lord deputy of Ireland and soldier by Julian Lock.
  • Grey of Wilton's answer was to ambush Fortescue in Fleet Street with a party armed with clubs, at the end of November. Interpreting the privy council's order literally, after knocking Fortescue down, Grey of Wilton continued to belabour him, ‘calling him villayn and sayinge youe wold pay him and have your penyworthes, not ceasing untill the cuggill was taken owt of your hande’ (TNA: PRO, STAC 5, F24/31). He was sent to the Fleet prison. He was fined £350 and released in May 1574.”
  • STAC 5/F29/1 - B A - 16 Eliz - London - John Fortescue v Lord Arthur Graye, Timothy Reynolds et al
  • STAC 5/F24/31 - I D 16 Eliz - London - John Fortescue v Arthur Legrey
  • see also STAC Fortescue

Fotherby v Draper

  • STAC 5/F2/2 - Martin Fotherbye of London, tailor et Ann uxor. Ann Fotherby imprisoned by Henry Parsons
  • STAC 5/F23/33 - B Dr - 40 Eliz - - Martyn Fotherby v Richard Draper
  • STAC 5/F2/2 - B - Mich 35/36 Eliz - London - Martin Fotherby et uxor v John Frank et uxor, Henry Parsons, Roger Dowse, Joane Sparrowe
  • see also STAC Fotherby

Fryer v Wortington

  • German Fryer of London gent . . lease of a house and garden in Clerkenwell of Mystres Coxe widowe for 8 li by the year. William Worthington esquire, Walter Agar Citizen & lynnen draper of London, Robert Bigges alias Dibdale & William Skynner vittler. STAC 5/F11/7
  • STAC 5/F11/7 - B A - 29 Eliz - London - German Fryer v William Worthington, Walter Agar et al
  • see also STAC Fryer

Fullwood v Gaskin

  • ODNB Fulwood [Fullwood], William (d. 1593), by Cathy Shrank Fulwood himself appeared in at least four cases in the court of Star Chamber. In 1574 he was accused of conspiracy against a painter, Raphe Brooke, a case to which Fulwood returned in 1589 when he vindicated himself by publishing A Spectacle for Perjurers, printed by Alde, comprising a perjured deposition of one John Jones, whose earlier perjury had condemned Fulwood and his co-defendant, John Doughtie, in 1574. In 1580 Fulwood was charged with inducing one Henry Franckland to write his will in Fulwood's favour (despite Fulwood's apparent responsibility for Franckland's imprisonment in the Fleet). That year he was also accused of wrongfully acquiring the rents of properties in the London parish of St Sepulchre, where Fulwood dwelt in Long Lane. During the prolonged course of this case (which also involved proceedings in the court of wards, chancery, and Guildhall), Fulwood appeared before the queen's bench charged with the stabbing and attempted murder of the key witness, Thomas Walbutt, a defrocked minister castigated in Robert Crowley's Apologye or defence of those Englishe wryters and prechers which Cerberus the thre headed dog of hell chargeth with false doctryne (1566). Fulwood's hasty temper is also apparent from the fourth case brought before the Star Chamber, where in 1590 he refuted a charge of assault on London pewterer John Gaskyn. Gaskyn had been accused by Fulwood of manufacturing false-bottomed tankards, and of manhandling Fulwood's wife, Anne, daughter of the London brewer John Wood.
  • STAC 5/F8/7 - B A Dr - 33 Eliz - London - William Fullwoode v John Gaskine, William Hampton et al
  • STAC 5/F6/3 - I D - 34 Eliz - London - William Fullwood v John Gaskyn et al
  • see also STAC Fullwood see also STAC Brooke and STAC Grimsditch and STAC Sherington


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Also

  • STAC 7/1/20 - - - London - AG v Christopher Edwardes, Melchior van Aldernicke, Evarde Gowen, George Oseland et al
  • TNA Note: Sale of wine without a licence