C78 1577

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Year Cal_Date Regnal_Year Parties Subject Matter Roll/Case_No.
1577 31 Jan 19 Thomas [Bentham], Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield v. Thomas Pearsall, esq, John Bedolphe and others (not named). Lands parcel of the manor of Eccleshall, Staffs. Dismission. C78/78, no. 29 [2]
1577 8 Feb 19 Thomas Mortymer and William Mortymer, sons of William Mortymer, late citizen & carpenter of London v. Robert Walker and wife Katherine. Goods of William Mortymer, citizen and carpenter of London, dec, willed according to the custom of the city of London. Dismission. C78/70, no. 10 [3]
1577 9 Feb 19 John Jermye of Sutton, Suff, esq and wife Margaret, Henry Palmer, esq and wife Jane, Thomas Appleton of Little Waldingfield, Suff, esq and wife Mary, daughters and coheirs of Edward Isacke, esq v. Edward Reignoldes, esq and wife Rose. The defendant Rose's dower rights in lands and tenements called Paynes and Harkes in Salcott, Essex. C78/52, no. 22 [4]
1577 29 April 19 John More of Wing, Bucks, gent v. Geoffrey Duckett. Obligation concerning goods pawned to William Meredethe of London, gent, for the assurance of Alexander Gest's debts . C78/50, no. 11 [5]
1577 29 April 19 Giles Farre of Balsall, Warw, husbandman v. Peter Townsend of Tachbrook, Warw. Property in Castle End, in Kenilworth, Warw, once the inheritance of Joan Parsons of Bishop Tachbrook, dec, plaintiff's wife and defendants stepdaughter. Dismission. C78/50, no. 13 [6]
1577 29 April 19 William Harvarde of Marshfield, Glos., husbn. v John Gorselett now decd and William Gorslett his son, lord of the manor of Marshfield. Possession of a messuage with a cottage and a yardland in the West Tithing of Marshfield; deficiency in the plt's copy which allowed the dft to evict him from the cottage. C78/95, no. 12 [7]
1577 1 May 19 William Dowghtie v. Humphrey Cratforde and John Cratforde. Goods, chattels and plate of John Cratforde, dec and reversion of a customary holding in Tibberton, Worcs. Dismission. C78/65, no. 17 [8]
1577 2 May 19 John James of Hungerford, Berks, woollen weaver v. Elizabeth Wylkyns and George Bense Messuage in Cambridge, Glos called the Sign of the George held by custom of the manor of Berkeley, Glos. C78/65, no. 20 [9]
1577 3 May 19 John Page; Richard Heseman; Henry Channtler, for all customary tenants of the manor of Barcombe [Sussex] v. George Goringe, esq. Partition of wastes and commons in Barcombe between Lord and tenants. Recital and confirmation of an indenture concerning the same. Rates of fines for taking of the lord's fish and game. C78/49, no. 33 [10]
1577 6 May 19 John ap Griffith ap Jennar v. David ap Robert ap Jennar and Jennar ap Griffith. Lands and tenements in 'Penyiredo', Caern. Dismission. C78/65, no. 21 [11]
1577 9 May 19 Elizabeth Frere of London, widow v. Thomas Harmer, John Shotbolte, Richard Pryor, Edward Irelande, John Cherye Lease of lands in Little Munden, Herts, late of Robert Colt of Aldenham, Herts. Dismission. C78/50, no. 12 [12]
1577 18 May 19 Affabell Partrich and wife Dionise v. Arthur Breame, esq. Customary holdings belonging to the manor of East Ham, Essex. C78/51, no. 12 [13]
1577 8 June 19 Joseph Haynes v. William Daye, Dean of Windsor, the canons of Windsor and William Hutchins, jun. Lease of the manor and rectory of Saltash, Corn and an earlier lease of the tithes and glebe of the same. Plaintiff is son of Dr. Simon Haynes, canon of Windsor. C78/65, no. 15 [14]
1577 10 June 19 John Byrde v. Richard Lovelace, esq. Lease of manor of Phyllis Court in Henley upon Thames, Oxon. C78/80, no. 2 [15]
1577 17 June 19 Gregory Layman of Moreton Hampstead, Devon v. Christopher Langworthie. Messuages and lands in Natsworthy in Widdecombe in the Moor, Devon. C78/65, no. 16 [16]
1577 19 June 19 George Bradshawe of Orton on the Hill, Leics, gent v. Robert Bradshawe. Ratification of articles of agreement concerning manor of Orton and Morebarne Grange in Orton. Enfeoffment to use and common rights of the manor. C78/78, no. 30 [17]
1577 21 June 19 Simon Bowier, Gentleman Usher to the Queen and Thomas Bowier of Ham, Wilts, Gent v. William Cooke, Roger Cooke, John Hunt and Thomas Canon. Lease of the rectory of Ham from the parson, defendant William Cooke. Dismission. C78/55, no. 5 [18]
1577 25 June 19 William Killyck of Nutfield, Surrey, husbandman v. John Eyres, esq, Richard Mompesson, Thomas Bristowe and Nicholas Beast. Admittance to customary lands held of the manor of Nutfield and suitable fine for the same. C78/65, no. 18 [19]
1577 26 June 19 Walter Whaley of Kingston on Hull, gent v. Nicholas Williams of Kenton, Devon. Money owed by defendant from the sale of the plaintiff's wheat, barley and corn in Devon. Grain values. C78/51, no. 13 [20]
1577 26 June 19 George Digbye esq, son of John Digby esq v John Jackson and Christopher Kyrby and others (not named), tenants of the manor of Bedale, Yorks. Arrears of an annuity of £10 issuing from the manor. C78/95, no. 13 [21]
1577 30 June 19 Sir John Gilbert v. Nicholas Adams , gent. Fishing rights in and around 'Galmeton' [?Galmpton, in South Huish] , Devon. C78/49, no. 34 [22]
1577 16 Nov 19 William Chafyn, gent v. Thomas Chafyn, esq. and Thomas Myller. Manor of Zeals and messuages and lands in Zeals, Mere, Hindon and Hatch [in West Tisbury], Wilts. Dismission. C78/49, no. 2 [23]
1577 18 Nov 20 Philip Cole of Slade, Devon, esq, son of Elizabeth Pollard wid., decd v James More. Possession of a lease of the manors of Branscombe, Sidbury, and Dawlish, Devon, held of the Dean and Chapter of Exeter, bequeathed to the dft for life by Elizabeth Pollard. Cf C78/113 no. 7. C78/95, no. 14 [24]
1577 19 Nov 20 Richard Cary, gent v. John Mathew, gent. Manors of Grendon and Salterton (in Woodbury), Devon, late of Thomas Cary of Cockington,, Devon, esq, dec. (Damaged) C78/50, no. 22 [25]
1577 22 Nov 20 William Peake of Fornham Genevieve, Suff. dec. v. Robert Peake. Customary land of the manor of Fornham All Saints, Suff. C78/45, no. 24 [26]
1577 23 Nov 20 Edward Osborne, alderman of London and wife Anne, dau of Sir William Hewett v. Hercy Sandford, gent. Four acres of meadow called Priors Mead in Harthill, Yorks once of Worksop Priory, Notts. The manor of Thorpe Salvin, Yorks. C78/49, no. 1 [27]
1577 25 Nov 20 Henry Chauncye of Gilston (Gedleston), Herts, esq, John Clerke of Eastwick, Herts, yeoman and Henry Lee of London, gent v. Robert Ramston and Richard Goslyng. Lease of lands in Chingford, Essex called Rayles and Fayre Mead Park. C78/51, no. 14 [28]
1577 28 Nov 20 Katherine Lound of Putney, Surrey, widow v. Alan Bellingham. Repayment of part of a £300 loan to defendant. C78/49, no. 36 [29]