STAC Abell

From Waalt

Abell, Arthur

  • STAC 5/A59/2 - B - 1 Eliz - Arthur Abell v George Bradshaw, William King et al

Abell, Richard

  • STAC 5/A18 /39 - B A - 30 Eliz - Richard Abell v Anthony Denton, Thomas Pettowe et al
  • STAC 5/A9/21 - I D - 30 Eliz - Richard Abell v Thomas Denton

Attorney General

  • STAC 5/A39/30 - I D - 43 Eliz - AG v John Abell

Case Index

  • Abell v Bradshaw - STAC 5/A59/2
  • Abell v Denton - STAC 5/A18/39, STAC 5/A9/21
  • Attorney General and Bayning v Abell - STAC 7/18/20
  • Attorney General v Abell - STAC 5/A39/30

Notes, Additions and Corrections:

  • STAC 5/A39/30 ODNB Bayning, Paul (c.1539–1616), merchant by Ian W Archer. James Abell, a disgruntled servant dismissed from Bayning's household, was accused of conspiracy to libel with Susanna's lover Bodenham and the printer and playwright Henry Chettle. The libel accused Bayning of buggery, and although the charge is unproven, the fact that rumours like this were circulating was a sign of how low his stock had fallen.”