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**Thomas Bates of Morpeth, Northumberland v Cuthbert Horseley of Horseley, Northumberland, JP and steward of Morpeth lordship. Fraudulent purchase of title to close & dovecote from George Chalenor of Morpeth.(dk)
 
**Thomas Bates of Morpeth, Northumberland v Cuthbert Horseley of Horseley, Northumberland, JP and steward of Morpeth lordship. Fraudulent purchase of title to close & dovecote from George Chalenor of Morpeth.(dk)
 
**see also [[STAC Bates]]
 
**see also [[STAC Bates]]
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''' Blakeston v Dent '''
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*STAC 5/B33/11 - B A I D - 37 Eliz - William Blaixton v George Dent et al
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**William Blaykston v George Dente, Roberte Dent & others. Apprenticeship of Henry Blaykston to George Dente of Newcastle.(dk)
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**see also [[STAC Blaixton]]
  
 
''' Brandling v Dent '''
 
''' Brandling v Dent '''

Revision as of 06:21, 4 April 2019

Northumberland

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

Anderson v Felton

  • STAC 5/A15/21 - B A Dr C I D - 40 Eliz - Northumberland - Henry Anderson Sr v Anthony Felton, John Smith
    • Henry Anderson the elder of Newcastle upon Tyne v Anthony Felton, John Smyth & Dorothy Rawe als Draper. Lease of a half part of the tithe corn of the parish of St Nicholas, Newcastle upon Tyne.(dk)
    • Deponent, 18 Jan Anno 41 Eliz: Dorothy Draper of Newcastle upon Tyne wife of Timothy Draper gent(dk)
  • STAC 5/A9/27 - I D - 40 Eliz - Northumberland - Henry Anderson v Anthony Felton et al
  • STAC 5/A30/3 - I D - 40 Eliz - Northumberland - Henry Anderson v Anthony Felton
  • STAC 5/A30/9 - I D - 41 Eliz - Northumberland - Henry Anderson v Anthony Felton, John Smyth
  • STAC 5/A25/38 - I D - 41 Eliz - Northumberland - Henry Anderson v John Smyth, Anthony Felton et al

Anderson v Orde

  • STAC 5/A48/14 - B - 44 Eliz - Northumberland - Henry Anderson v R. & H. Orde, Simon Ewer
    • Henry Anderson the elder of Newcastle upon Tyne, gent v Richard Orde, Henry Orde & Simon Ewer. 40 yr old obligation of the complt to John Orde decd, in the hands of Richard Orde of Grays Inn. Claim to have been either forged or long since satisfied.(dk)
    • Transcription STAC 5/A48/14
    • see also STAC Anderson

B

Bates v Delavale

  • STAC 5/B50/10 - B A Rn C I D - 38 Eliz - Northumberland - Cuthbert Bates v Robert Delavale, John Hill, James Hotchson et al
    • Cuthbert Bates of Halliwell[Holywell], Northumberland v Robert Delavale, John Hill, Edwarde Delavale, Anthony Readhead, John Delavale, George Englishe, Francis Reasby, George Heron, John Thompson, Lancelot Brome, Gawine Swanne, Lancelot Browne, James Browne, James Hotchson, John Warde, Parcivall Ladeley, and Willm Warde. Assault on complt after he had impounded 40+ cattle of the deft Robert Delavale of Seaton Delavale, Northumberland, from an enclosure of 50 acres in Halliwell, Northumberland. Answer damaged.(dk)
    • Deponents, 15/16 April Anno 39 Eliz: John Peirson of Hallywell Northumberland yeoman aged 29, Thomas Readheade of Milborne Northumberland yeoman aged 24, Thomas Mautland of Hallywell Northumberland yeoman aged 40, Thomas Peirson of Halliwell Northumberland husbandman aged 22, Henry Anderson esquire, Martyn Ogle gentleman, James Bailif of Halliwell Northumberland yeoman aged 30, William Tailor of Halliwell Northumberland yeoman aged 64, John Halle of Halliwell Northumberland yeoman aged 59. (dk)
    • Transcription STAC 5/B50/10
    • see also STAC Bates

Bates v Fenwick

  • STAC 5/B3/25 - B A - 37 Eliz - Northumberland - Cuthbert Bates v Wiliiam Fenwicke, Mark Errington, George Grey, Robert Helme et al
    • Cuthbert Bates of Hallywell[Holywell], Northumberland. Messuage called Little Bempton als Benton, Northumberland & advowson of rectory of Whalton. Forgery of conveyance. Answers of Robert Helme, Anthony Anderson, George Gray & Marke Errington.(dk)
  • STAC 5/B51/1 - I D - 37 Eliz - Northumberland - Cuthbert Bates v Robert Helme, Anthony Anderson et al
    • Interrs refer to Thomas Bates of Morpeth, Northumberland & Isabell his wife. Capital messuage of Little Bempton als Benton.
    • Deponents, 3 Dec Anno 37 Eliz: Robert Helme of Tynemouth Northumberland, Anthony Anderson of Stepney Middlesex practitioner in phisick aged 60. (dk)
  • STAC 5/B18/16 - I D - 37 Eliz - Northumberland - Cuthbert Bates v George Graye et al
  • STAC 5/B31/28 - I D - 38 Eliz - Northumberland - Cuthbert Bates v Mark Earington
  • STAC 5/B39/20 - I D - 38 Eliz - Northumberland - Cuthbert Bates v William Fenwicke, Mark Errington, George Grey et al

Bates v Gray

  • STAC 5/B90/2 - B - - Northumberland - Thomas Bates v Ralphe Gray, Luke Ogle
    • Thomas Bates of Moorepeth[Morpeth], Northumberland. Failure of sheriff of Northumberland to carry out a writ from Queens Bench to arrest four men from Moorepeth [Morpeth]. Perjury.(dk)
    • Transcription STAC 5/B90/2
    • see also STAC Bates

Bates v Horseley

  • STAC 5/B110/8 - B - - Northumberland - Thomas Bates v Cuthbert Horseley
    • Thomas Bates of Morpeth, Northumberland v Cuthbert Horseley of Horseley, Northumberland, JP and steward of Morpeth lordship. Fraudulent purchase of title to close & dovecote from George Chalenor of Morpeth.(dk)
    • see also STAC Bates

Blakeston v Dent

  • STAC 5/B33/11 - B A I D - 37 Eliz - William Blaixton v George Dent et al
    • William Blaykston v George Dente, Roberte Dent & others. Apprenticeship of Henry Blaykston to George Dente of Newcastle.(dk)
    • see also STAC Blaixton

Brandling v Dent

  • STAC 5/B41/40 - B A C I D - 43 Eliz - Northumberland - Robert Brandlinge v Robert Dent, James Osburne, Thomas Smith et al
    • Robert Brandlinge of Felling, Co Durham v Robte Dente, George Dente the younger, John Dente, James Osburne, Thomas Smythe, Francis Hearon, Persivall Maltlande, Andrew Tompson & John Murfitt. Coal mine in Well Flatt in the East Field of Jesmond, Northumberland. Answers of James Osborne, George Dent & John Dent.(dk)
    • Deponents: James Osborne, Thomas Smyth, Francis Hearon, Andrew Thompson, John Muffitt, George Dent, John Dent. (dk)
  • STAC 5/B72/12 - I D - 43 Eliz - Northumberland - Robert Brandlyng v Robert Dent, James Osborne

C

Carnaby L v Carnaby W

  • STAC 5/C22/11 - B - 42 Eliz - Northumberland - Lancelott Carnaby v William Carnaby, Edward Errington, William Errington et al
    • Lancelott Carnaby of Halton, Northumberland v William Carnabye, Edward Errington, Wm Errington, Hugh Errington, John Stoko, Roger Stoko, Hugh Errington, Wm Stoko, Wm Errington, Mathew Shaftoe, John Maughen, John Wadshon, John Stoko, John Kirsapp, John Whitelock, Mathew Henderson, John Willson the elder, John Wilson younger, John Farle, Robt Dun, John Robinson, Richard Langlands, Mathew Sp...ston & Nicholas Awbur.. . Theft of tithe corn due to the complt from his lease of the rectory or parsonage of Corbridge, Northumberland.(dk)
    • see also STAC Carnaby

Carnaby v Carnaby

  • STAC 5/C15/35 - I D - 20 Eliz - Northumberland - Reginold Carnabye v Roger Carnabye, Richarde Carnabye, Thomas Carnabie, Mighell Carnabie, Alice Carnabie, Alice Smart
    • Reignolde Carnabye of Satlingstons[Settlingstones], Northumberland v Roger Carnabye, Richarde Carnabye, Thomas Carnabie, Mighell Carnabie, Alice Carnabie and Alice Smart. Assault upon the complt at his house. Deposition of Roger Carnaby.(dk)
    • Deponent, 12 June Anno 20 Eliz: Roger Carnabye of Satlyngstones Northumberland (dk)
    • see also STAC Carnaby

Carr v Marshall

  • STAC 5/C61/3 - B - 33 Eliz - Northumberland - William Carre v Edward Marshall, George Heron et al
    • Title to lands in Northumberland. Perjury in Chancery. Bill damaged, portion missing.(dk)
    • see also STAC Carr

Carr v Roddan

  • STAC 5/C16/4 - B Dr - 25 Eliz - Northumberland - William Carre v Robert Roddan, Ralph Whitfield et al
    • Willm Carre of Forde, Northumberland. Obstruction from the Sheriff of Northumberland & the County Coroners to the enactment of a Chancery decree. Cited in Archaeologia Aeliana, Fifth Series, Vol 20, p.86. Longstanding dispute between George Heron (now decd) and the complt, son & heir of Thomas Carre & Elizabeth his wife.
    • see also STAC Carr

Clarke v Clarke

  • STAC 5/C15/17 - B - 27 Eliz - Northumberland - Anne Clarke v William Clarke, Clement Colmen.
    • Anne Clarke of Morpeth, Northumberland, widow of Robart Clarke of Morpeth v William Clarke, brother to the decd Robart Clarke & Clement Colmer, Commissary General to the Bishop of Durham: Administration of the goods of the deceased Robart Clarke, and in particular £120 kept in a cupboard in his house.(dk)
    • Transcription STAC 5/C15/17
    • see also STAC Clark

D

Davison v Davison

  • STAC 5/D9/8 - B A Rn - 29 Eliz - Northumberland - Richard Daveson v John Davyson, Robert Lawson, Thomas Readhead, Thomas Bai..., Edward Marre, Owswen Fenwycke, Lionell Fenwicke, William Fenwicke, Isabell Heely, Gerrard Fenwicke, William Fenwicke, William Marre
    • Rycharde Davesone of Grayes Inn v John Davyson, Roberte Lawson, Thomas Readhead, Thomas Bai..., Edward Marre, Owswen Fenwycke, Lyonell Fenwicke, Wyllm Fenwicke, Isabell Heely, Gerrard Fenwicke, Wm Fenwicke of the Shild Mill & Wyllm Marre. House & close in Morpeth, Northumberland, formerly property of complts brother John.(dk)
    • see also STAC Davison

Delavall v Crumlington

  • STAC 5/D40/17 - B - 44 Eliz - Northumberland - Robert Delavall v Thomas Cramlington, Gilbert Wilson, Oswold Fenwick, John Fenwick
    • Robert Delavale of Seaton Delaval v Thomas Cramlington, Gilbt Wilson, Oswold Fenwick & John Fenwick. Blocking of the highway from Hartley to Blyth & preventing the complt from transporting salt from his pans at Hartley to Blyth for shipping. Apparently in revenge for indictment of deft Cramlington for recusancy.(dk)
    • Transcription STAC 5/D40/17
    • see STAC Delavalle

Delavale (Clement) v Fenwick

  • STAC 5/D2/24 - B - 33 Eliz - Northumberland - Clement Delavalle v William Fenwicke, Ephraym Wooddrington, Dorothy Wooddrington, Raphe Wallis and Roberte Stephenson
    • Clement Delavale of Cowpen, Northumberland v William Fenwicke, Ephraym Wooddrington, Dorothy Wooddrington, Raphe Wallis and Roberte Stephenson. Perjury and Jury rigging in attempt to indict the complt for the murder of Thomas Woodrington of Eshington, who had been killed during an attack upon the complts father in law Gawayne Milburne.(dk)
    • Transcription STAC 5/D2/24
    • see also STAC Delavalle

Delavale (Josua) v Fenwick

  • STAC 5/D16/17 - B A C I D - 33 Eliz - Northumberland - John Delavale v Randall Fenwick, Robt Woodrington, Effryme Woodrington, Robert Dente, William Selbye, Lya.. Fenwick, [blank] Shawe
    • Joshua Delavale of Ryvers Greene, Northumberland v Randall Fenwick of Newcastle, Robt Woodrington of Plessey and his brother Effryme Woodrington, Robt Dente, Willm Selbye, Lya.. Fenwick and [blank] Shawe. Assault while attempting arrest of Reignold Heron who was riding from Seaton Delaval, Northumberland to Newcastle with Joshua Delaval and Peter Delaval his brother.(dk)
    • Transcription STAC 5/D16/17
    • Additional context provided by “From Border Shire to Middle Shire: Northumberland 1586-1625,” S.J.Watts, p105-106
  • STAC 5/D19/15 - I D - 33 Eliz - Northumberland - Josua Delavall v Robert Woodrington, Randall Fenwike
    • Interrs tbm to Robert Woodrington & Randall Fenwick. Northumberland (dk)
    • Deponents: Robert Wooddrington of Plessey Northumberland gentleman, Randall Fenwicke of Newcastle upon Tyne merchant (dk)
  • STAC 5/D42/6 - Rn - - Northumberland - Josua Delaval v Robert Woodrington, William Selby et al
    • Repln of Josua Delavale. Northumberland, part of 5/D16/17 (dk) - STAC 5/D42/6
    • see also STAC Delavalle

Dudley v Brandling

  • STAC 5/D14/31 - B - 44 Eliz - Northumberland - Robert Dudley v Robert Brandling, Robart Lambert, Thomas Cockson, William Bounting
    • Robart Dudley of Newcastle upon Tyne v Robert Brandling, Robart Lambert & Thomas Cockson, Willm Bounting. Assault on complt by Robert Brandling (his godson) in a street called Sandhill in Newcastle.(dk)
    • see also STAC Dudley

E

Errington v Bates

  • STAC 5/E7/6 - B Dr - 37 Eliz - Northumberland - Mark Errington v Cuthbert Baits, Peter Delavale, Raphe Delavale, Josua Delavale, Robert Helme
    • Marke Errington of Ponteland, Northumberland v Cuthbert Baits of Hallyvell[Holywell], Peter Delavale of London, merchant, Raphe Delavale of Tynemouth Shells, gent, Josua Delavale of Ryver Greene, gent & Robert Helme of Tynemouth, yeoman. Perjury. Title to lands in Bempton als Benton, Northumberland.(dk)
    • see also STAC Errington

Errington v Collingwood

  • STAC 5/E15/22 - B - 15 Eliz - Northumberland - Edward Errington v Anthony Collingwood, Thomas Beynton, Anthony Chekyn, Gabriell Chekyn, Elizabeth Chekyn, Mawd Beynton, Alice Beynton
    • Edwarde Errynton of Butterley, Northumberland v Anthony Collingwood, Thomas Beynton, Anthony Chekyn, Gabriell Chekyn, Elizabeth Chekyn, Mawd Beynton & Alice Beynton. Assault on complt in retaliation for his part as under-sheriff in making arrests of rebels during the Rebellion in the North.(dk)
    • Transcription STAC 5/E15/22
    • see also STAC Errington

Errington v Heron

  • STAC 5/E12/27 - B A Richard - 32 Eliz - Northumberland - Marke Erington, William Fenwicke v Reignold Heron, Gilbert Swynburne et al
  • STAC 5/E6/39 - B A C I D - 32 Eliz - Northumberland - Mark Erington, William Fenwicke v Reignalde Heron, Gilbert Swynburne, Edward Marshall, Ouswolde Heron, John Robson, Andrewe Yeldrett, [blank] Pickeringe
    • Marke Erington of Poultland[Ponteland], Northumberland & William Fenwicke of Blagdon, Northd v Reignalde Heron, Gilbert Swynburne of Prudhoe Castle, Northd, Edward Marshall of Chipchase, Northd, Ouswolde Heron of Chipchase, John Robson, Andrewe Yeldrett & [blank] Pickeringe. Theft of tythe corn at Harlowe, Northd which had been leased from the commisioners of Henry, Earl of Northumberland.(dk)
    • Deponents, 3 Oct Anno 32 Eliz: Gilbart Swinbourne of Pruddowe Castell Northumberland gentleman aged 64, Edward Marshall of Chipchase Northumberland yeoman aged 70, Oswolde Hearon of Chipchase Northumberland gentleman aged 40 (dk) - STAC 5/E6/39
    • Transcription STAC 5/E6/39
  • STAC 5/E9/4 - I D - 32 Eliz - Northumberland - Marsh Errington, William Fenwick v Reignald Heron et al
    • Interrs on part of Mark Errington & William Fenwick. Deposition (15.6 32Eliz) of Reygnald Heron of Chipchase, Northumberland (dk).
    • Deponent, 15 Jun Anno 32 Eliz: Regynald Heron of Chipchase Northumberland gentleman (dk)
  • STAC 5/E5/21 - C I D - 33 Eliz - Northumberland - Mark Errington, William Fenwicke v Reynold Heron, John Heron, Owen Heron et al
  • STAC 5/E3/10 - I D - 34 Eliz - Northumberland - Mark Ernigton, William Fennick v Reginald Heron, Gilbert Swynburne

Errington v Shaftoe

  • STAC 5/E13/21 - B A Dr - 37 Eliz - Northumberland - Mark Erington v William Shaftoe, Benjamyn Wotherington, Rafe Wotherington, Jerrard Shaftoe, John Errington, Thomas Foster, Quynten Foster, John Lawson, Willm Lawson, Edward Charleton, Jasper Gofton, Willm Aynesley, Thomas Aynslye, John Musgrave, John Armestronge, George Shaftoe, John Shaftoe, Willm Shaftoe, John Litle, Luke Bedenell, George Fenwicke, Robert Heron, Reynold Shaftoe, Willm Robson, Thomas Lawson, Alexander Heron, Reynold Wilson, John Shaftoe, James Shaftoe, Henry Wotherington, Ephraim Wotherington, Richard Reade, Hughe Gofton, Archbald Hidley, John Bewick, Davy Anderson
    • Mark Errington of Ponteland, Northumberland v William Shaftoe, Benjamyn Wotherington, Rafe Wotherington, Jerrard Shaftoe, John Errington, Thomas Foster, Quynten Foster, John Lawson, Willm Lawson, Edward Charleton, Jasper Gofton, Willm Aynesley, Thomas Aynslye, John Musgrave, John Armestronge, George Shaftoe, John Shaftoe, Willm Shaftoe, John Litle, Luke Bedenell, George Fenwicke, Robert Heron, Reynold Shaftoe, Willm Robson, Thomas Lawson, Alexander Heron, Reynold Wilson, John Shaftoe, James Shaftoe, Henry Wotherington, Ephraim Wotherington, Richard Reade, Hughe Gofton, Archbald Hidley, John Bewick & Davy Anderson. Crawley & Eland Grene in Ponteland. Answer of Willm Shaftoe.(dk)
  • STAC 5/E11/12 - I D - 37 Eliz - Northumberland - Mark Errington v William Shaftoe et al

F

Felton v Anderson

  • STAC 5/F22/2 - B A Rr C I D - 40 Eliz - Northumberland - Anthony Felton, Dorothy Rawe v Henry Anderton, Isaac Anderton, Edward Crafter et al.
    • Anthonie Felton of London gent & Dorothie Rawe widow late wife of Roger Rawe of Newcastle upon Tyne marchant and Alderman decd & administratrix of the said Roger v John Smyth, Henry Anderson thelder and Isack Anderson & Bartram Anderson his sons, William Robson, Edmond Hudson, George Bidleston, Thomas Craster, Robert Trowmble, Edmond Craster. Lease of tithe corn of St Nicholas, Newcastle upon Tyne.(dk)
    • Deponent, 15 Jun Anno 40 Eliz: John Smyth of Bothell Cumberland gentleman aged 45 (dk)
    • Fine Paid 1599 Michaelmas Term, 41-42 Elizabeth. From Isaac Anderson de Newcastle upon Tyne: £20. From Bartram Anderson de Newcastle upon Tyne: £20. From Thomas Crayster de Newcastle upon Tyne: £10. From Anthony Felton de Furnivals Inn, London: £10. - TNA E159/418
  • STAC 5/F4/4 - I D - 40 Eliz - Northumberland - Anthony Felton, Dorothy Rawe v Isaac Anderson, Roger Robinson, John Smith
  • STAC 5/F11/10 - Rn- 40 Eliz - Northumberland - Anthony Felton, Dorothy Rawe v Henry Anderson, Isaac Anderson et al
  • STAC 5/F23/16 - C I D - 41 Eliz - Northumberland - Anthony Felton, Dorothy Rawe v Henry Anderson, Isaac Anderson, John Smythe et al

Felton v Bidnell

  • STAC 5/F12/15 - B A - 29 Eliz - Northumberland - Anthony Felton v William Bidnell, Nicholas Metcalfe
    • Anthonie Felton of Holborne, Middx, gent. Lease of Glowcester Hill or Glossester Gleebe in Warkworthe, Northumberland from the Dean & Chapter of Carlisle. Case before the Council of the North. Perjury.(dk)
  • STAC 5/F20/12 - I D - 39 Eliz - Northumberland - Anthony Felton v Nicholas Medcalfe

Felton v Poore

  • STAC 5/F17/6 - B - 43 Eliz - Northumberland - Anthony Felton v Thomas Poore, Gawin Hudspeth
    • Anthonie Felton of Newcastle upon Tyne, gent, understeward of the Lordship of Tynemouth. Dispute at Manor court of Tynemouth and subsequent assault between Gateshead & Newcastle.(dk)
    • Transcription STAC 5/F17/6
    • see also STAC Felton

Felton v Smythe

  • STAC 5/F24/25 - B - 43 Eliz - Northumberland - Antony Felton, Dorothy Law v John Smythe, Henry Anderson et al
    • Anthony Felton of London & Dorithie Rawe, widow, late wife of Roger Rawe of Newcastle upon Tyne, merchant & alderman v John Smythe, Henry Anderson the elder, Isake Anderson, Bartram Anderson, William ..bson, Edmond Hudson, George Bidleson, Thomas Craster, Ro.. ..mbell & Edmond Craster. Tithe corn of the parish of St Nicholas, Newcastle upon Tyne.
    • see also STAC Felton and STAC Anderson for other probable references and ' Anderson v Felton ‘ supra

Fenwicke v Dent

  • STAC 5/F9/17 - B A - 38 Eliz - Northumberland - Randal Fenwicke v Robert Dent, George Dent, John Dent, John Strauguishe
    • Randall Fenwicke of Newcastle upon Tyne v Rauffe Lawson of Brough, Yorks Esquyre, Isaacke Witherington, Robt Dent, George Dent, Wm Dent, John Dent, John Strangwishe, Robt Spore, Edmonnd Whyte, Robt Barnes, Henrie Brigges, Gerrerd Richardson, John Smarte, John Arkell, Robt Anderson, Robt Atkinson, Andrew Tompson, Willm Lawson and Nicholas Fetherstone. Assault, coal mines in the manor of Heaton, Northumberland. Both bill & answer badly damaged at bottom.(dk)
    • Transcription STAC 5/F9/17
  • STAC 5/F24/4 - I D - 38 Eliz - Northumberland - Randall Fenwick v Robert Dent, George Dent, Edmond White et al
    • Examinations of Robert Dent et al.(dk)
    • Deponents, 24 May Anno 38 Eliz: Robert Dent of Newcastle upon Tyne gentleman aged 37, John Stranguishe of Cramlington Northumberland yeoman aged 40 , George Dent of Newcastle upon Tyne gentleman aged 25, John Dent of Newcastle upon Tyne gentleman aged 21 (dk)
    • Transcription STAC 5/F24/4
    • see also STAC Fenwick, STAC Mitford & STAC Lawson

Fenwick v Fenwick

  • STAC 5/F9/37 - B A Rn - 17 Eliz - Northumberland - Martin Fenwike v Michael Fenwicke, Tristram Fenwicke et al
  • STAC 5/F17/1 - I D - 18 Eliz - Northumberland - Marten Fenwicke v Robert Melbourne
    • Martyn Fenewike of Blacke Hedwen[Black Heddon], Northumberland v Michaell Fenwike, Trystram Fenwike & Roberte Mylborne. Interrs refer to assizes at Newcastle and to lands in Borodon & East Heddon. Deposition of Henry Haggerston of Haggerstone, Northumberland.(dk)
    • Deponent, 22 Feb Anno 17 Eliz: Henry Haggerston of Haggerstone Northumberland gentleman aged 30 (dk)
    • Transcription STAC 5/F17/1
    • see also STAC Fenwick

Fenwick v Foster

  • STAC 5/F15/11 - B A Rn C I D - 37 Eliz - Northumberland - Richard Fenwicke v Sir John Foster, Nicholas Foster.
    • Richard Fenwicke of Stanton, Northumberland. Border affairs. Seizure of Scottish animals on the English side of the border as per custom, and claim that they had been seized (ie therefore stolen) from the Scottish side of the border.(dk)
    • Deponents: John Forster knight Lord Warden of the Middle Marches aged 80, Nicholas Forster (dk)
    • Transcription STAC 5/F15/11
  • STAC 5/F2/34 - C I D - 38 Eliz - Northumberland - Richard Fenwick v Sir John Forster, Nicholas Forster
  • STAC 7/21/15 - - - Northumberland - Richard Fenwicke v Sir John Foster et al

Forster v Johnson

  • STAC 5/F12/5 - B - 43 Eliz - Northumberland - Sir John Forster v Matthew Johnson, Thomas Boone
    • John Forster of Bambroughe[Bamburgh], Northumberland. One fourth part of the salmon fishery on the River Tweed called Sandstell.(dk)
  • STAC 5/F6/15 - I D - 43 Eliz - Northumberland - Sir John Forster v Matthew Johnson

G

Grey v Ogle

  • STAC 5/G21/31 - B A - 44 Eliz - Northumberland - Ralph Gray v Richard Ogle, John Collingwood
    • Tithes of corn of East Lilburne, Bassingden, Tytlington & West Lilburne, Northumberland, formerly of Sir Henry Woodrington, and also half of the tithes in Olde Bewicke, Weperden, Hedgeley & Benley, part of the rectory of Eglingham als Ellingham. Refs also Exchequer suit.(dk)
  • STAC 5/G19/29 - B - 44 Eliz - Northumberland - Ralph Graye v Thomas Ogle, George Bedwell et al
    • Related to 5/G21/31, bill has been damaged, but may be a copy.(dk)
  • STAC 5/G5/21 - B A C I D - 44 Eliz - Northumberland - Ralph Graye v Thomas Ogle, Richard Ogle, George Bednell, George Ridley, John Collingwood et al
    • Raphe Graye of Chillingham, Northumberland. Tithes of corn & cheese of Old Bewicke, Weperden, Hedgley, Benley & Eglingham als Ellingham in Northumberland, lately belonging to the monastery of St Albans.(dk)
    • Deponents, 31 Mar Anno 44 Eliz: William Haggerstone, Thomas Myddylton, Thomas Riddell, Thomas Ogle of Dissington Northumberland gentleman aged 40 (dk)
  • STAC 5/G10/20 - I D - 44 Eliz - Northumberland - Ralph Graie v John Collingwood, Richard Ogle et al

Grey v Woodrington

  • STAC 5/G9/5 - B - 34 Eliz - Northumberland - Ralph Gray v Sir Henry Woodrington, Robert Ogle et al
    • Raphe Gray of Chillingham, Northumberland v Sir Henry Woodrington, Henry Woodrington, Roger Woodrington, Benjamin Woodrington als Cotes, Robart Ogle, John Gardner, Lewys Galland, Thomas Sadler, Thomas Genings, Robt Rumble, Wm Clarck, Christopher Willson, Roger Perre, John Fawcus, William Raye, Wm Awder, John Womprey, Thomas Smith, James Steele, Hector Garrett, Lawrance Rushford, Wm Browne, Robart Womprey the elder, Robart Womprey the younger, Thomas Swann, Thomas Crawster, Vyncent Tayler, Wm Cardew, Nicholas Muckloe, Wm Fenwick, William Shaftoe, William Carnabye, Lawrence Wright als Gardner, John Chater, Edward Sannderson, Michaell Smart, George Smart, Dunz.. Cowle, Robt Cowle, Roger Harper, George Browell, Bartram Stawper, George Singleton, Thomas Sannderson & Thomas Wilkenson . Capital messuage etc in East Chevington, late in the tenure of Hector Wooddrington.(dk)
  • STAC 5/G4/27 - A - 34 Eliz - Northumberland - Ralph Graye v Henry Woodrington, Roger Woodrington, William Carnaby, William Brown et al
  • STAC 5/G30/1 - I D - 34 Eliz - Northumberland - Ralph Grey v Roger Woodrington, Henry Woodrington, William Corneby et al
  • STAC 5/G22/31 - A C I - 34 Eliz - Northumberland - Ralph Grey v Sir Henry Woddington, William Fennick, Thomas Swan

H

Hall v Dente

  • STAC 5/H6/32 - B A - Hil 20 Eliz - Northumberland - Charles Hall in behalf of Robert Brandlinge v George Dent
    • Charles Hall committee to Robert Brandling son & heir of William Brandling. Title to premises in Newcastle. Ref to bill of complt of William Brandling to the Council in the North v George Dent.(dk)
  • STAC 5/H52/6 - I D - 20 Eliz - Northumberland - Charles Hall v George Dente

Heron v Charleton

  • STAC 5/H73/3 - B A - 31 Eliz - Northumberland - John Heron v Edward Charleton, Jeffry Robson et al.
    • John Heron of Chipchas[e], Northumberland v Willm Fenwicke, Edward Charleton, John Charlton, James Charlton, Liell Robson & Jefry Robson. Answer of Edward Charleton. Assault at Bellingham, Northumberland.(dk)
    • Transcription STAC 5/H73/3
    • see also STAC Heron

Heron v Errington

  • STAC 5/H79/35 - B - 31 Eliz - Northumberland - Oswald Heron v Thomas Erington, Thomas Clavering et al
    • Oswald Heron of Chipchasse, Northumberland & John Nixon of Humsaughe [Humshaugh], Northumberland v Thomas Erington, Thomas Claveringe, Mathew Charleton, John Ussher, Thomas Dawson, George Ussher, William White, James Browne, Willm Dodde, Thomas Ussher, Anthony Robson & Willm Lisshman. Messuage in Humsaughe.(dk)
    • see also STAC Heron

Heron v Errington

  • STAC 5/H53/21 - B A Dr - 33 Eliz - Northumberland - Reynold Heron v Mark Erington, William Fenwick
  • STAC 5/H4/16 - B A C - 33 Eliz - Northumberland - Reginald Heron v William Fenwick, Mark Crimpton, William Fenwick Jr, Thomas Fenwick et al
    • Reynold Heron of Chipchase, Northumberland v Willm Fenwick, Marke Erington, Willm Fenwicke the younger, John Shafton, Tho: Fenwick, John Mower, Thos Rawe, Robt Halsey, Anthony Erington, Tho: Shafton, Oswald Fenwick, Edw: Charlton, Robt Halsey the younger, Willm Halsey, John Richeson, George Bates, Willm Bates, Cutbt Simpson, Willm Sclater, George Smyth, James Button, Robt Lumley, Roger Lawson, George Simson, James Butland, ..swen Hereson, Willm Hereson, John Hereson, Roger Clarke, Percivall Walker, Willm Sisterson, John Sisterson, Anthony Cowper, John ...., Vincent Davison, John Drake, Willm Bell, Robt Sulle, Willm Stubs, Willm Newton, Robt Turner, Thomas Surtice, Thomas Hynmers, Willm Hynmers, Richard Butflower, Peter Browne, Uswen Surtice, John Surtice, Edw: Thomson, Willm Surtice, Tho: Jopling, John Enterlingham, John Surtise, Mathew Charlton, John Charlton, Jeffrey Robson, Christopher Rydley, Thomas Rydley, Willm Jamson, Christopher Thompson & Randall Fenwick. Forcibly entering a barn, threshing and carrying away corn from Prudhoe, Northumberland.(dk)
  • STAC 5/H68/5 - B A C - 34 Eliz - Northumberland - Reignold Heron v William Fenwyck, Michael Erington et al
  • STAC 5/H31/18 - I D - 33 Eliz - Northumberland - Reginald Heron v Mark Erington, Randalph Fenwich
    • Interrs refer to the breaking into a barn at Prudhoe, Northumberland, and threshing and taking away corn. Also to breaking doors and/or walls at Prudhoe Castle, and attempt to deprive the complt of his possession of the castle. Part of STAC 5/H4/16(dk)
    • Deponents, 16 May Anno 33 Eliz: Marke Errington of Pontyland Northumberland gentleman, Randalle Fenwicke of Newcastle upon Tyne merchant (dk)
    • Case Book BL Harley MS 2143 fo. 52r. The privilege granted to a defendant and his costs by reason of his arrest. Heron plaintiff Fenwick defendant a writ of privilege to discharge the defendant attending the prosecution of the cause and the plaintiff committed therefore and ordered to pay the defendant all such cost as he hath sustained by the said arrest. Easter 33 Elizabeth (kk)
    • see also STAC Heron

Heron v Woodrington

  • STAC 5/H35/24 - B - 43 Eliz - Northumberland - Reynold Heron v Roger Woderington
    • Reynold Heron of Chipchase, Northumberland & Margery Heron, widow, late wife of John Heron decd, mother of the said Reynold, & Margaret Heron of Chipchase, sister of the said Reynold v Roger Wodderington, John Erington, Randale Fenwicke, Raphe Wooderington, John Heron, John Erington, Edward Dod, Cutbert Hunter, Allexander Robson, Willm Charlton, Henry Wooderinge, Gilbert Todcastle, Rowland Dod, Thomas Mer..n, Robert Miller, Henry Lyle, George Th..way, Walter Grame & James Ridley. Theft of threshed & unthreshed wheat, barley, rye & oats at Birtley & Chipchase, Northumberland. Deft Roger Woodrington is late of Dilstone, Northumberland.(dk)
    • see also STAC Heron

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Lawson v Fenwicke and/or Lawson v Mitford

  • STAC 5/L45/17 - B A - 38 Eliz - Northumberland - Raffe Lawson v Randall Fenwicke, James Lawson et al.
    • Raphe Lawson of Bourghe[Brough], Yorks v Randall Fenwicke, Willm Fenwicke, Robert Metforde, Henry Metforde, Robert Fenwicke, Lyonell Fenwicke, Oswoulde Fenwicke, Jerrarde Fenwicke, John Fenwicke, Martyne Fenwicke, Henry Ellwood, Robert Errington, James Lawson, George Wawne, Edwarde Lowrence and Willm Backe. Title to Byker Moore in manor of Byker, Northumberland. Assault, coal mines. (dk)
    • Transcription STAC 5/L45/17
  • STAC 5/L24/6 - B A - 38 Eliz - Northumberland - Ralph Lawson v Robert Mitford, Randle Fenwick et al
    • Ralph Lawson of Brough v Randle Fenwicke of Newcastell uppon Tyne, Willm Fenwicke his brother, Robert Metforde of Sighill in the said Countie, Henry Metforde of Newcastell, Robert Fenwicke, Lyonell Fenwicke, Oswould Fenwicke, Jerrado Fenwicke, John Fenwicke of Brenkelie in the said Countie, and John Fenwicke his bastard brother, Martyn Fenwicke, Roberte Fenwicke of Whellpington in the said Countie, Henry Elwood, Roberte Errington, James Lawson, George Wawne, Edward Lawrence and Willm Bucke. Manor of Byker, Northumberland. Interrs (part missing), depositions of Robert & Lyonell Fenwicke, answer of Robert Mitford.(dk)
    • Deponents, 12 Jan Anno 39 Eliz: Robert Fenwick of Newcastle upon Tyne gentleman merchant aged 33. Lyonell Fenwick of Stannington Northumberland gentleman aged 29 (dk)
    • Transcription STAC 5/L24/6
  • STAC 5/L36/5 - A - 38 Eliz - Northumberland - Ralfe Lawson v Robert Fenwick et al
  • STAC 5/L22/16 - I D - 38 Eliz - Northumberland - Ralfe Lawson v Oswald Fenwick et al
  • STAC 5/L48/32 - Rn - 40 Eliz - Northumberland - Ralph Lauson v Robert Mitford et al
  • STAC 5/L39/30 - Rr - 41 Eliz - Northumberland - Ralph Lawson v Robert Mitford et al
  • STAC 5/L27/32 - I D - 39 Eliz - Northumberland - Ralph Lawson v Robert Metford, Henry Metford.
  • STAC 5/L21/40 - A - 39 Eliz - Northumberland - Ralph Lawson v Robert Mitford
  • STAC 5/L18/8 - B A - 42 Eliz - Northumberland - Ralph Lawson v Robert Milforde, Percival Harbotle et al
    • Raph Lawson of Brough, Yorks v Robte Mitford, Parcivall Harbottell, Oswold Harbottle, James Sandeland als Clarke & Nicholas Blaykett. Title to ground variously called Heaton Moor, Heaton Banckes or Byker Moor. Deft Robert Mitford of Sighill [Seghill], leasing parcel of this ground to Parcivall Harbottle of Ravensworth to dig a coal mine. Refs proceedings also at Council of the North & at Common Law.(dk)
    • Transcription STAC 5/L18/8
  • STAC 5/L19/16 - I D - 43 Eliz - Northumberland - Ralph Lawson v Robert Mitforde, Percival Harbottle et al

Lumley v Lawson

  • STAC 5/L42/36 - B A Rn C I D - 15 Eliz - Northumberland - John Lord Lumley v John Lawson, Richard Fenwick
    • Manors of Wytton and Benton or Greate Benton, and other lands in Wytton, Great Benton, Stannington, Cawdecotes & Seaton all in Northumberland. Forgery of deed. NOTE this bundle has stitched up with it some Interrs & depositions taken at Walsall for Edward Leigh v Richard Hawks et al.(dk)
    • Deponents: Laurence Thorneton of Wytton Northumberland servant to the plt aged 48, Robert Hallyman of Great Lumley Durham yeoman aged 67, Roger Collingewood of Ryle Northumberland gentleman aged 35, Giles Jowcye? of West Sheles Northumberland husbandman aged 40.(dk)
    • Deponents, 3 Apr Anno 31 Eliz: Phillip Cappur of Spurslowe Cheshire gentleman servant to Thomas Wylbram esquire aged 44, William Goodwyn of Hawerden Staffordshire labourer aged 30, John Hackett of Walsall Staffordshire lorymer aged 31, John Wollaston of Walsall Staffordshire yeoman aged 30 (dk)
    • see STAC Lumley

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Mitford v Witherington

  • STAC 5/M52/11 - B - 39 Eliz - Northumberland - Robert Mitford v Isaack Wetherington, George Dent, Robert Dent et al
  • STAC 5/M15/12 - B A C I D - 40 Eliz - Northumberland - Robert Myttford v Isaac WItherington, Ralph Lawson et al
    • Robte Myttford of Sighill [Seghill], Northumberland v Raphe Lawson, Isacke Witherington, Robert Dent, George Dent, William Dente, John Dent, John Strangwishe, Robert Spore, Edmunde White, Robert Barnes, Henry Brigges, Gerrard Rychardson, John Smarte, John Arkell, Robert Anderson, Robert Atkinson, Andrewe Tompson, William Lawson And Nycholas Fetherstone. Manor & parish of Heyton or Heaton, Northumberland. Coal mining on waste or moor known as Heaton Bancks.(dk)
    • Deponents, 9/10 Jan Anno 40 Eliz: Raphe Lawson of Broughe Yorkshire esquire aged 50, Robert Dent of Newcastle upon Tyne gentleman aged 38, Robert Spoors of Byker Northumberland yeoman aged 50 (dk)
    • Transcription STAC 5/M15/12
    • see also STAC Mitford, STAC Lawson & STAC Fenwick

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Merchant Adventurers of Newcastle v Oxley

  • STAC 5/N4/15 - I D - 35 Eliz - Northumberland - The Governour, Assistants, Wardens & Fellowship of Merchant Adventurers of the Town of Newcastle upon Tyne v Amor Oxley, Henry Blayklock, Thomas Warner, Cuthbert Ogle

Earl of Northumberland v Dalyvells

  • STAC 5/N2/7 - B A I D - 35 Eliz - Northumberland - Henry Earl of Northumberland v Jonah Dalyvells, Ralph Dalyvells, Clement Dalyvells, Cuthbert Bates, Thomas Ogle et al
    • Henry, Earl of Northumberland v Josuah Dalyvell, Raphe Dalyvell, Clement Dalivell, Cuthbert Bates, James Reemes, Thomas Ogle, Raiphe Ogle, John Person & Willm Person. Forceful removal of stones from Tynemouth Castle. Bill 24.1.35Eliz, depositions of Josua Delavale of Ryvers Green and Clement Delavale of Cowpen.(dk)
    • Deponents, 5 Feb Anno 35 Eliz: Josua Delavale of Ryvers Greene Northumberland, Clement Delavale of Cowpen Northumberland, Thomas Ogle of Bebbsyde Northumberland (dk)
    • see also [STAC Northumberland]]

Earl of Northumberland v Fenwick

  • STAC 5/N7/3 - B A Rn Rr C I D - 24 Eliz - Northumberland - Henry Earl of Northumberland v William Woodrington, William Fenwicke et al
    • Henry, Earl of Northumberland v William Fenwicke of Wallington, William Woddrington of Plassy[Plessey], Hector Woodrington & Ephraim Woodrington of Woodrington[Widdrington], Abemelech Woodrington of Woodrington, Cuthbert Ogle of Chapington[Choppington], Thomas Ogle the younger of Chapington, Roger Fenwick of Wallington, Lamwell Fenwick of Wallington, Robert Tromble of Woodrington, Lewes Ogle of Ersden Forest, Marmaduke Fenwick of Kyrkherle[Kirkharle] and Martin Smith of Ersden Forest, all Northumberland. Hunting & killing of deer at Warkworth & Acklington, Northumberland.(dk)
    • Deponents, 7 Jun Anno 35 Eliz: Cuthbert Carnabe, Robert Rames (dk) - STAC 5/N7/3
    • Transcription STAC 5/N7/3
  • STAC 5/N7/31 - C I D - 25 Eliz - Northumberland - Henry Earl of Northumberland v William Fenwicke, Cuthbert Ogle et al
  • STAC 5/N5/35 - I D - 24 Eliz - Northumberland - Henry Earl of Northumberland v William Fenwicke, Cuthbert Ogle et al

Earl of Northumberland v Gray

  • STAC 5/N6/21 - B - 18 Eliz - Northumberland - Henry Earl of Northumberland v Hugh Graye
    • Henry, Earl of Northumberland v Sir Thomas Graye. Award on plea of trespass at Queens Bench against Sir John Forster. Thomas Gray of Chillinghame, sheriff of Northumberland, made a return saying that Sir John Forster had no goods in Northumberland that he could levy.(dk)
    • see also STAC Northumberland

Earl of Northumberland v Heron

  • STAC 5/N4/36 - B A C I D - 33 Eliz - Northumberland - Henry Earl of Northumberland v John Herron, George Herron, William Hedlowe et al
    • Henry, Earl of Northumberland v John Herron, George Herron, Willm Hedlowe, Gabriell Hedlowe, George Thomson, George Graye, John Blackburie and Willm Carnes. Two tenements in Thurston in the parish of Felton, Northumberland. Common of pasture on Bokenfeilde or Elstrodder. Assault on complts tenants.(dk)
    • Deponents, 30 March 1592: Robert Hunter of Aklington Northumberland yeoman aged 40, Robert Smythe of Thriston Northumberland yeoman aged 40, William Taylor of Thriston Northumberland yeoman aged 70, William Garrett of Thriston Northumberland aged 40, Robert Jackson of Thriston Northumberland yeoman aged 40 (dk)
  • STAC 5/N16/39 - Rn - 33 Eliz - Northumberland - Henry Earl of Northumberland v John Heron
  • STAC 5/N12/3 - I D - 33 Eliz - Northumberland - Henry Earl of Northumberland v John Heron

' Earl of Northumberland v Porter

  • STAC 5/N6/18 - B - Eliz - Northumberland - Henry Earl of Northumberland v John Porter, George Morton et al
    • Henry, Earl of Northumberland v John Porter, George Morton, Willm Metcalf, Robert Gibson, Roger Gibson & Robert Waller. Assault on complts servants & taking of fish from his fishery on the River Cockett [Coquet] at Weales Newke in Northumberland.(dk)
    • see also STAC Northumberland

Earl of Northumberland v Taylor

  • STAC 5/N8/16 - B A Rn Rr C I D - 8 Eliz - Northumberland - Thomas Earl of Northumberland v Thomas Rodam, Robert Rodam, Lancelot Bulman, William Rodam, Richard Frier, William Hearinge, George Taylor, George Willson, James Emelton & Andrew Thompson.
    • Thomas, Earl of Northumberland v Thomas Rodam, Robte Rodam, Lancelot Bulman, William Rodam, Richard Frier, William Horne, George Tellzer, James Emyllton, George Willson & Andrew Thompson. Forcible entry to a house & land in Little Houghton, Northumberland & destruction of house. Action of trespass at Queens Bench, won by the current complt. House rebuilt. House once again forcibly entered & destroyed.(dk)
    • Deponents, 19 Jan Anno 8 Eliz: George Wilson of Lyttle Hawghton Northumberland servant to Thomas Roddam & Robert Roddam aged 30, George Taylor of Lyttle Hawghton Northumberland yeoman aged 36, James Emelton of Lyttle Hawghton Northumberland servant to Robert Roddam aged 28, George Wilson of Eslington Northumberland yeoman aged 30, George Taylor of Lytle Howghton Mylne Northumberland yeoman aged 36, Thomas Roddam of Lytle Howghton Northumberland gentleman aged 40, Lancelot Bulman of Lytle Houghton Northumberland yeoman aged 26, Andrew Thomson of Lytle Houghton Northumberland yeoman aged 39 (dk)
    • Transcription STAC 5/N8/16
  • STAC 5/N10/26 - I D - 8 Eliz - Northumberland - Earl of Northumberland v Robert Rodam

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Ogle v Collingwood

  • STAC 5/O7/34 - B - 16 Eliz - Northumberland - Cuthbert Ogle v William Collingwood, Henry Smyth, Richard Benbrick et al.
    • Cuthbert Ogle daily attendant at Islyngton, Middx upon Sir Henry Percy & servant unto the said Sir Henry v William Collingewood late of Barton, Northumberland, gent, Thomas Collingewood late of Thorneton, gent, Robert Collingewood and Mathewe Collingewood late of Estlington, gent, Henry Smythe, Richard Benbrick, Edwarde Spynke, John Smythe, William White, John Erden thelder, John Browne, John Hudson, John Erden the younger, Roger Moffett and John Moffett of Estlington, yeomen, Thomas Reade late of Ryle, yeoman, John Nichollson, John Perrott, Thomas Mairtland, Edward Atkinson, James Modye, Robert Taylor, James Anderson, Roger Swanne, John Dicheborne, Edwarde Browne, Thomas Nichollson, Bartram Armestronge, Richard Trollop, George Patterson, John Read, Roberte Anderson, Robt Stevenson, John Wawker, Thomas Collingewood of Tytlington gent, Roger Hunter, John Hopper, Edward Stanford, Willm Morris, Richard Gart, John Hunter, William Robbinson, Edward Hopper, John Dichborne, John Stevenson, Robert Hale & John Hale. Tithes of corn belonging to the rectory & parsonage of Eglingham, Northumberland.(dk)
    • Transcription STAC 5/O7/34
  • STAC 5/O8/6 - A Rn Rr C I D - 17 Eliz - Northumberland - Cuthbert Ogle v Sir Cuthbert Collingwood, Roger Hunter, John Hopper et al.
  • STAC 5/O4/39 - C I D - 19 Eliz - Northumberland - Cutbert Ogle v Cutbert Collingwood et al.

Ogle v Gray

  • STAC 5/O7/25 - B A C I D - 44 Eliz - Thomas Ogle v Raphe Gray, Richard Parker et al.
    • Thomas Ogle of Dissington, Northumberland v Raphe Gray, Roger Gray, Mathew Foster, Robte Gray, Richard Parker, John Procter, Thomas Hall, George Gray, Archbald Armestronge, Edward Tyers, Edward Standley, Mathew Davison, Cuthberte Nicholl, Thomas Gray, Michaell Clerke, Oliver Johnson, Richard Johnson, Willm Johnson, Mathew Johnson, Thomas Clerke, Jasper Cuthberte ,John Edward als Humffreys, John Cuthbert, Robson, George Tuggill, John Tuggill, Francys Dixon, James Tuggill, Cuthberte Fawdon, John Atcheson, Henry Gray and James Lawson. Rectory of Ellingham als Eglingham, Northumberland. Tithes. (dk)
    • Transcription STAC 5/O7/25
    • see also STAC Ogle and STAC Grey

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Selby v Collingwood

  • STAC 5/S80/21 - B - 44 Eliz - Northumberland - Ralf Selby v Henry Collingwood, John Heron et al
    • Raphe Selbye of Wytwood, Northumberland, gent v Henry Collingwood, Oswoold Collingwood, Edmond Craster, John Heron, Alexander Lawe, George Archbald, Richard Mindren, Davy Pilmer & George Tindall. Ambush & assault between Etall & Ford in Northumberland.(dk)
    • see also STAC Selby

Selbye v Lisle

  • STAC 5/S37/22 - B - 37 Eliz - Northumberland - Christopher Selbye v Robert Lisle, John Mills et al
    • Christopher Selbye of the City of London, gent v Robert Lisle of Felton, Northumberland, John Milles, Wm Creswell, Humphrey Milles, Humphrey Greene, Robert Felton, Raffe Carre, Cuthbert Carnaby junr. Lease of messuage etc in Farneham, Northumberland from Cuthbert Carnabye & Margery his wife. Destruction of house at Farneham in which the complts servants were living, while the wife & children were inside, and carrying away the goods of the servant & his family.(dk)
    • Transcription STAC 5/S37/22
    • see also STAC Selby

Selby v Nevell

  • STAC 5/S35/33 - B - 44 Eliz - Northumberland - Ralfe Selby v George Nevell, Robert Graye et al
    • Raphe Selby late of Wetewood, Northumberland, gent v George Nevell, Roger Graye, Raffe Graye & Thomas Graye. Assault in the fields of Wetewood by the servants of Raphe Gray of Chillingham, Northumberland.(dk)
    • see also STAC Selby

Strother v Burrell

  • STAC 5/S41/29 - B I Dr C - 39 Eliz - Northumberland - James Strother, Michaell Strother v William Burrell, Thomas Fenckle et al.
    • James Strother late of Howborme, Northumberland & Michaell Strother, late of the same, his brother v George Nevill late of Fenton, Northumberland, Robte Graye of Chillingham, Roger Graye of Bewicke, Thomas Graye of Warke, Thomas Graye of Howicke, Raphe Graye the elder of Doddington, Raphe Graye the younger of Doddington, Willm Burrell of Milfield, Thomas Burrell of Killam, George Burrell of Chillingham and Thomas Fencle of Lyeham. Assault at St Rynyon Fair held at Fenton, Northumberland.(dk)
    • Transcription STAC 5/S41/29
    • see also STAC Strother

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Witherington v Grey

  • STAC 5/W14/27 - B A - 24 Eliz - Northumberland - Robert Wytherington, James Wytherington, Robert Blackden v John Graye, Michael Graye
    • Robert Wytherington, James Wytherington & Roberte Blackeden v John Graye & Michaell Graye. Swearing a false oath in Star Chamber. Ref also to John Gray v the current complts in Chancery. Complts from Northumberland.(dk)
  • STAC 5/W52/35 - I D - 24 Eliz - Northumberland - Robert Wytherington, Robert Blagden v John Graye
  • STAC 7/31/75 - - - Northumberland - Robert Wytherington et al v John Gray

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Almoner

Almoner v Holme

  • STAC 5/A3/7 - B A Rr I D - 31 Eliz - Northumberland - Almoner v Robert Holme, William Carre, Robert Bates
    • Robert Helme of Tynmouth in the county of Northumberland yeoman and Thomas Butes of Prudhewe [Prudhoe] in the County gent were bound in £800 to the late Earl of Northumberland, and the Earl became felo de se in the Tower of London.
    • Deponents, 8 Jan Anno 31 Eliz: James Ogle esquire, Edward Gray esquire (dk)
  • STAC 5/A37/5 - B - 31 Eliz - Northumberland - Almoner v Robert Helme, William Carr
    • Almoner v Robert Helme, William Carr, Robert Bates, Isabell Bates, Marke Erington, Willm Fennick, Cutbert Bates & George Grey. Robert Helme of Tynemouth, Northumberland & Thomas Bates of Prudhewe [Prudhoe], Northumberland. £800 bond to the late Earl of Northumberland who became felo de se in the Tower of London.(dk)
    • see also STAC Helme

Almoner v Errington

  • STAC 5/A59/35 - A Rn - 31 Eliz - Almoner v Mark Errington, William Fenwick
  • STAC 5/A35/29 - I D - 32 Eliz - Almoner v Mark Erington, William Fenwick
    • Interrs tbm to Marke Errington & William Fenwick. Were Thomas ?Bates of Prudhoe Castle, Northumberland & Robart Helme of Tynemouth, Northumberland bound to the late Earl of Northumberland in £160 for payment of £80, and had this been paid to the Earl before his death
    • Deponents, 18 July 32 Eliz: Marke Errington of Ponteland, Northumberland & Willm Fenwick of Blagedon, Northumberland
  • STAC 5/A36/40 - C I D - 33 Eliz - Almoner v Mark Errington, William Fenwick, Robert Bates
  • STAC 5/A30/17 - C I D - 34 Eliz - Almoner v Mark Errington, William Fenwick, Richard Bales
  • STAC 5/A14/40 - I D - 24 Eliz - Almoner v Mark Ernigton, William Fenwicke

Attorney General

Attorney General v Read

  • STAC 5/A35/28 - I D - 10 Eliz - AG v Richard Read, Robert Rodham, Roger Procter et al
    • Interrs tbm to Richard Reade, one of the jury that acquitted John Ellerker who was indicted for the death of John Bradforde. Includes several pages of notes of the evidence given at the arraignment of John Ellerker, gent, for the death of John Bradforthe. John Bradforthe was killed at Alnwick, Northumberland, and the deponents all from Northumberland.(dk)
    • see also STAC Read


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

  • TNA E159/358 Trinity Term, 11 Elizabeth. Fine paid 1569
    • From Thomas Bates de Morthpayte, Northumberland: £20.
  • TNA E159/412 Michaelmas Terms, 38-39 Elizabeth. Fine Paid 1596
    • From Thomas Bradford, armiger, sheriff of Northumberland: £5.