C78 1587

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Year Cal_Date Regnal_Year Parties Subject Matter Roll/Case_No.
1587 10 Jan 29 Anthony Dowfield of London, mercer v. William Gardiner, esq. Lease of a tenement with barn, stable, wharf and croft in Bermondsey, Surrey. C78/71, no. 22 [2]
1587 26 Jan 29 Richard Hughes of London, merchant taylor and wife Katherine, widow of John Thompson v. Walter Jones and Giles Dymerie. Lease from dean and chapter of Bristol of the manor and parsonage of Wapley and Codrington (Goodringeton and Whapley), Glos, with lands in Hinton and in Bradley, in Wotton, Glos. Dismission. (Damaged) C78/61, no. 24 [3]
1587 29 Jan 29 Thomas Leachford of St Pulchers, Middx v. Leonard Beare and Roger Beare his son. Customary holding of the manor of Bedcote in Old Swinford, Worcs. C78/78, no. 28 [4]
1587 30 Jan 29 Alice Byrchmore, widow v. Robert Stepneth, esq. Customary holdings of manor of Aldenham, Herts; measurement of holdings and customs relating to fines and heriots for the same. Decree of 19 Nov 19 Eliz. C78/79, no. 14 [5]
1587 9 Feb 29 Peter Broughton, gentleman attendant to Sir Gilbert Gerrard, master of the rolls v. George Broughton and Thomas Broughton. Lease of moiety of messuage and land in [Chapel] Chorlton, Staffs. Partition of lands by tenants for life without deed or writing C78/76, no. 6 [6]
1587 11 Feb 29 William Tanner of Froxfield, Hants v. Thomas Demeane als Emes, and Ralph Joyninge and Thomas Joyninge. Purchase of lands and tenements in Steep held by custom of manor of East Meon, Hants. C78/81, no. 13 [7]
1587 13 Feb 29 Lawrence Mellow of London, clothworker v. John Mullye of London, grocer. Payment of debt to plaintiff, once engaged with defendant in hemp and rape seed dealing for manufacture of oil. C78/81, no. 14 [8]
1587 6 May 29 William Hovenden of Canterbury, Kent v. Richard Gaunt and James Nethersole, sometime mayors of Canterbury. A way leading from St. Peter's Street to the Rush Market by or through the precinct of the late priory of Blackfriars in Canterbury. Plaintiff, new owner of priory site, claims that the way is private and that, as owner of the precinct he is exempt from taxation. He also holds that, in Edward VI's reign, certain rebels broke down the gates which barred public access to the way. Dismission. C78/62, no. 12 [9]
1587 8 May 29 Edward Fairehaire of Crosby, Westm, yeoman v. George Clifton, esq, son & heir of Sir Gervis Clifton of Clifton, Notts. Lands and tenements held by custom of manor of Carlton Kingston in Carlton in Lindrick, Notts. Dismission. C78/78, no. 16 [10]
1587 10 May 29 Christopher Marchaunte alias Jenninges of Swallowfield, Berks. v Stephen Lyncie, lessee of John Ludcott of [ ], Oxon., gent., lord of the manor of Swallowfield. Possession of a copyhold meadow called Pirkes Meade held by the plt and leased to the dft. C78/120, no. 13 [11]
1587 11 May 29 Walter Peacock of Redborne, Herts, yeoman v. John Plomer and wife Joan, Katherine Peacock, Joan Peacock, Thomas Anderson and Richard Boyde. Customary holding of manor of Redbourn. An order of 6 July 29 Eliz concerning the same. Dismission. C78/77, no. 11 [12]
1587 11 May 29 Thomas Denman of London, mercer v John Sowthcott, gent. Title to a messuage and houses in Grub Street in psh St Giles Cripplegate, London. C78/120, no. 11 [13]
1587 12 May 29 John Chocke of Shalbourne, Wilts., gent., and Francis Chocke his son v Richard Chocke, servant of Francis Chocke decd, eldest brother of John Chocke, and Alexander Chocke, son of Richard. Possession of the property of the late Francis Chocke, brother of plt, including the manors of Avington, Radley and Denford, Bucks., an inn called the `Sign of the Bell' in Hungerford, Berks., and the manors of Standerwick and Luckington in Kilmersdon], Som., entailed in fee male. Alleged disinheritance of plt. C78/94, no. 5 [14]
1587 13 May 29 John Alusse of Arlington, Sussex v. Roger Gratwicke. Two messuages with lands held of the manor of Itford [in Beddingham], Sussex. Question of whether property was ancient copyhold or part of the demesne. C78/64, no. 13 [15]
1587 15 May 29 Reynold Scryven of London, esq v. John and Thomas Curr. Lease of the manor of Balsdon, Berks. Messuage called Helmes with lands in Hungerford and Kintbury, Berks. C78/75, no. 4 [16]
1587 15 May 29 John Graylinge of Netteswell, Essex, husbandman v. Jerome Weston of Netteswell, esq. Customs of manor of Netteswell relating to tenants' fines and timber rights. Dismission. C78/81, no. 15 [17]
1587 16 May 29 Richard Stychall of Swindon, Wilts, husbandman and wife Joan and Richard Spicer of Uffcott, Wilts, husbandman and wife Phillis v. Leonard Yate. Legacy under will of Laurence Cuffe of Highworth, Wilts, yeoman, father of female plaintiffs. C78/64, no. 12 [18]
1587 17 May 29 Hugh Hyndeley, citizen and merchant taylor of London v. Ralph Haughton, William Buckley, Thomas Mastergent and others (not named). Debts of Richard Mastergent of Lichfield [Staffs] dec and conveyances of the manor of Houghton on the Hill, Leics and moiety of manor of Quick (in Saddleworth) Yorks. Dismission. C78/78, no. 17 [19]
1587 24 May 29 Thomas Thorowgood of Walden, Essex, yeo. v John Smyth of Walden, gent. Performance of an arbitration over the terms of a lease of a house called Mychells in Walden and 36 acres in Walden and Aston, Essex, in which the dft ordered to leave certain hay, straw and chaff for the use of the plt; recovery of damages. C78/121, no. 2 [20]
1587 26 May 29 Thomas Stenynge alias Cowper of Rudgwick, Sussex, husbandman v. Richard Blunte, esq, and William Bennett and wife Joan. Admittance to customary holding of the manor of Dedisham (in Slinfold), Sussex. C78/83, no. 7 [21]
1587 27 May 29 Thomas Wright and John Fisher of Wetinge, Norfolk, yeomen v. Francis Monnford, Adam Mondeforde, George Fowler, Edmond Mondeford and Brian Fowler Customs of the manor of Weeting, Norf relating to fines and timber rights. C78/75, no. 3 [22]
1587 27 May 29 Edward Lees of Stafford, innholder v. John and Ellen Bamford, Humphrey Woodfall, Roland Crompton and John Collyns. Lease of 4 cottages with lands called Stafford's Pool and appurtenances in Forebridge (in Stafford) Staffs. C78/75, no. 5 [23]
1587 29 May 29 John Blowfield, gent v. Thomas Gryme, gent. Ratification of articles relating to lands in Bessingham and elsewhere in Norf. See C 78/77/8. C78/77, no. 12 [24]
1587 16 June 29 Anthony Kyrle of Middle Temple, London, esq and wife Margery, widow of Humphrey Toye v. David John Lloid. Lease of prebend of Llangamarch with tithes and chapels in Brec and Rad. C78/85, no. 14 [25]
1587 17 June 29 Edward Seward of Muchelney, Som v. John Stocker, esq and Elinor Seward, widow. 200 marks or £20 a year from manors of Chilcompton and Stony Littleton, Som. Manor of Hinton Bluett, Som. Dismission. C78/72, no. 3 [26]
1587 17 June 29 Henry Tenannt of Cleytopp, Yorks, gent v. Robert Levesey, esq. Lease of upland and marsh in Ossyngdon in Minster, isle of Sheppey, Kent. C78/79, no. 11 [27]
1587 19 June 29 William Sherington, citizen and haberdasher of London v. John Wood and William and John Fullwood. An annuity claimed from property in the parish of St. Sepulchres without Newgate, London, and a former order concerning the same. C78/62, no. 13 [28]
1587 19 June 29 James Napper of Tyntenhull, Somerset v Thomas Napper his brother. Estate of Nicholas Napper, the rectory and parsonage of Tyntenhull, Somerset and other properties. C78/140, no. 12 [29]
1587 20 June 29 Elizabeth Knight, widow, sometime the wife of William Knight late of Colthorpe, Berks decd & now the wife of John Goddard of Thatcham, on behalf of herself and also Roger Knight & Elenor Knight children of the said William Knight & Elizabeth v. Thomas Dolman, esq., Thomas Goddard and wife Joan. Marriage settlement: William Knight, son & heir apparent of Roger Knight the elder, and the complt Elizabeth, sole daughter & heir apparent of Humphrey Fleming. Manor of Colthorpe C78/72, no. 1 [30]
1587 20 June 29 Margaret Lyvers of London, widow v. Robert Benne. Moiety of lease of manor of Apps Court in Walton on Thames, Surrey and decree of 22 March 29 Eliz. C78/79, no. 13 [31]
1587 20 June 29 Thomas Grove of White Waltham Berks., Robert Elbery of Ruscombe, Berks., and Thomas Smyth of Ruscombe, copyholders of the manor of Southbury, alias the prebend of Ruscombe Southbury, Berks. v Robert Hamonde, lord of the manor, John Alsey, Christian Alsey his wife and Joan Towse, wid. Refusal to admit the plt to their copyholds. C78/118, no. 14 [32]
1587 22 June 29 John Hill of Worplesdon, Surrey, yeoman v. Robert Stynte. Lease of lands called Tillies [in Abinger], Surrey under wills of Thomas and Walter Hill. Lands elsewhere in Surrey and Sussex (named). C78/79, no. 12 [33]
1587 26 June 29 William Courte alias Parrys of Forton [in Chard], Som, yeoman v. John Rosse and John Cuffe, gents. Lands in Merriott, Som, claimed as customary lands of the manor of Merriott. C78/60, no. 21 [34]
1587 26 June 29 Christopher Hillersden, esq v. Thomas and Nicholas Sheppard. Poole Farm in Holbeton, Devon, late of plaintiff's grandfather, John Hillersden, esq. C78/80, no. 24 [35]
1587 27 June 29 Margaret, Viscountess Bindon v. William Boxe, Richard Burton and Henry Mannynge, esqs. Extent of plaintiff's jointure for Viscount Bindon's debts. Manors of Buckland, Marnhull, Pulham ,and Mappercombe and Nettlecombe [in Powerstock], Dors. C78/77, no. 13 [36]
1587 1 July 29 Robert Radclyffe, gent v. Frances Torrell, widow. Manor of Sturmere, Essex, enjoyed by defendant during plaintiff's minority. C78/85, no. 5 [37]
1587 4 July 29 Thomas Preston, master, and fellows of Trinity Hall, Cambs v. Richard Cornelius and wife Joan. Bequests, for specific uses, to Trinity Hall under will of Henry Harvey, doctor of civil law and late master. Manor of Coton Hall and lands in Cambridge, Grantchester, Barnwell, Ditton and Teversham and a house in Newmarket, Cambs. Maintenance of a causeway from Paper Mill in Fen Ditton to Stow cum Quy Bridge, Cambridge. C78/72, no. 2 [38]
1587 4 July 29 William Constantyne of Marley, Dorset, gent v. John Melwich. Customary holding of the manor of Boveridge (Borudge and Eastworth) (in Cranborne), Dors. C78/72, no. 4 [39]
1587 7 July 29 William Redman clerk, archdeacon of Canterbury and son of John Redman and Margaret his wife v (i) Christopher Torrell, now decd; (ii) a bill of revivor against Frances Torrell his widow and executrix; (iii) Henry Josselyn, esq. Lease in reversion of the site of the manor and demesne lands of Great Shelford, Camb., made by Thomas late Bishop of Ely to the plt's parents. C78/94, no. 6 [40]
1587 20 Oct 29 Dr. Lawrence Humphrey, DD, president of Magdalene College, Oxford v. Christopher Layer, alderman of Norwich Commons in Brandistone and Booton, Norf and question of whether they belong to manor of Guton Hall or to manor of Booton. Ratification of an award relating to the same. C78/80, no. 23 [41]
1587 21 Oct 29 John Taylor, cousin & next heir of Robert London late of Muswell Hill, Middx decd v. William Rowe, Robert Haynes and William Freman. Messuages and lands held by custom of the manor of Hornsey, Midd. Dismission. C78/67, no. 1 [42]
1587 23 Oct 29 James Forman and Susan his wife, late wife & sole executrix of Samuel Stokes decd, son & heir of Robert Stokes v. Thomas Bagnold, citizen and grocer of London. Goods of, and legacies under will of Robert Stokes, dec, citizen and haberdasher of London, Samuel's father. Dismission. C78/72, no. 5 [43]
1587 23 Oct 29 Matthew Jones of Taplow, Bucks, esq v. George Pryce, gent. Lease of a capital messuage called Redgewerne with land in Margam (Maghen) Glam. Dismission. C78/85, no. 4 [44]
1587 27 Oct 29 Sampson Chapman & Agnes his wife v Johanne Moone, widow, mother of the complt Agnes. Dispute over pasture lands at Hornebloton, Somerset. C78/138, no. 5 [45]
1587 31 Oct 29 John Dade of Witton, Norf, gent and son William v. William Dade of East Riston, Norf. Arrangements to redeem a mortgage of capital messuage with appurtenances in Witton and Plumstead. Lease of manor of Upton and parsonage of Plumstead, Norf. Manor of Vaux in East Riston. C78/74, no. 8 [46]
1587 15 Nov 29 Cassyan Hill of Hartlebury, Worcs, yeoman and wife Margaret and Henry Golde alias Goode of Arley, Staffs, yeoman v. Richard Evans and wife Elizabeth and Allen Hamond. Messuage with lands called Silligrove, Frogmore, Park Meadow and Plyms Acre in Kinlet, Salop. Lands in Stottesden, Salop. Dismission. C78/72, no. 6 [47]
1587 16 Nov 29 John, Lord St John of Bletsoe, Beds., son of Oliver, Lord St John and Walter Dennys of Fairford, Glos., esq. v Robert Wikes esq., of Dodington, Glos. Action by the dft on a statute of £2,000 made in 28 Henry VIII; securing an extent of the manors of Siston and Fairford, Glos, seizure of goods of Dennys. C78/94, no. 7 [48]
1587 24 Nov 30 William Kenche; Stephen Mathewe; Thomas Spencer; John Harbert; Richard Weckyns; George Wakefyld; Thomas Bennett; Alice Halles, widow; Katherine Harbert, widow; Katherine Arkell, widow; Richard Arkell; Jane Davyes, widow; William Davyes; Margaret Byncks, widow, tenants and inhabitants of the manor of Little Rissington, Glos v. John Fetiplace, esq. Security of copyhold tenures on land called Berrydole Ground in manor of Little Rissington. C78/83, no. 13 [49]
1587 25 Nov 30 Godfrey Ashton of Killamarsh, Derb, gent v. William Horden, gent and wife Margaret. Sale of timber and underwood of Toolwick Park in Todwick, Yorks. C78/67, no. 2 [50]
1587 18 Dec 30 George Knighton of Lincoln's Inn, gent and Denise Burton of London, widow v. Lawrence Woodnett of Rope, Chester, gent. Lease of a messuage in Godwinsley [in Blackenhall], Ches. Agreement on marriage of Denise's daughter Mary and Lawrence Woodnett. C78/79, no. 15 [51]
1587 14 Dec 30 Agnes Deeme, widow, John Golde, William Lavor the younger, Robert Goulde for themselves and all other tenants of the manor of Martocke, Somerset, to the number of one hundred and forty persons and upwards v Rt. Hon. Edward Lord Morley, John Penruddock and Henry St John. Concerning the lordship and customs of the manor of Martocke, lately the property of Lord Mounteagle. C78/140, no. 11 [52]