Middlesex Sessions Rolls
1583

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John Cordy Jeaffreson (editor)

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1886

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135-145

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'Middlesex Sessions Rolls: 1583', Middlesex county records: Volume 1: 1550-1603 (1886), pp. 135-145. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=65952 Date accessed: 22 September 2014.


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1583

2 January, 25 Elizabeth.—True Bill that, on the said day, Sentlowe Knyston of Clementes Inne co. Midd. gentleman, George Peters alias Anthony of the same Inn gentleman, Maurice Shepperd of the same Inn gentleman, Richard Light late of Lions Inne gentleman alias Richard Light of Newe Inne gentleman alias John Phokas late of London gentleman, John Perryman of Lions Inne gentleman, Samuel Pynder of Lions Inne gentleman, Hugh Dutton of London gentleman, Hugh Fowneteyne of Lincoln's Inne gentleman, and John Dowle of Newe Inne gentleman, with ten unknown disturbers of the peace, armed with swords bucklers daggers staves and forreste-billes broke into the dwelling-house of Thomas Morfett in the parish of St. Clement Danes, and there assaulted William Cooke, beating and wounding him so that his life was despaired of. G. D. R., 18 Jan., 25 Eliz.

3 January, 25 Elizabeth.—True Bill for not going to church, chapel or any usual place of Common Prayer, from the said day to 17th March then next following, against Anthony Throgmorton gentleman, Edward Yate gentleman, John Moore gentleman, Humfrey Comberford gentleman, Edward Poule yoman, Thomas Edwards gentleman, all of Westminster; Magdalen Heath wife of Thomas Heath of Fulham co. Midd. gentleman, Laurence Vause clerk, John Cormorthe clerk, Thomas Cottesmore clerk, Richard Rosse clerk James Braybrooke gentleman and Humfrey Eyton gentleman, all of Westminster.—Also, similar True Bill for not going to church, chapel or any other usual place of Common Prayer, from 1st January 25 Eliz. to 23 March then next following, against Sir John Arrundell of Clarkenwell co. Midd. knt. and his wife the Lady Agnes Sturton, and Juliana Burde wife of William Burde of Harlington co. Midd. gentleman. G. D. R., 15 April, 25 Eliz.

3 January, 25 Elizabeth.—True Bill that, at Clarkenwell on the said day George Kyrbye late of London yoman stole and carried off, together with other leather gloves and goods of leather "unam duodenam chirothecarum corei vocat' a dozen of sweete gloves ad valenciam vs." Putting himself 'Guilty,' George Kyrbye asked for the book, read like a clerk, and was delivered according to the form of the Statute. G. D. R., 18 Jan., 25 Eliz.

19 January, 25 Elizabeth.—Recognizances, taken before Richard Young esq. J.P., of William Burde of Golding Lane whitebaker and Richard Pittes of Southwarke cowper, in the sum of twenty pounds each, and of Henry Howell of London citizen and merchant-taylor in the sum of forty pounds; For the said Henry Howell's appearance at the next General Session of the Peace. G. D. R., 4 October, 25 Eliz.

— January, 25 Elizabeth.—Coroner's Inquisition-post-mortem, taken at the parish of St. Martin-in-the-Fields on a day (not legible on the decayed and fragmentary parchment) on view of the body of Oliver Androwes late of London gentleman, who came to his death through a broil, that ocurred between him and a certain Henry Sheppey on 19 January 25 Eliz. between four and five p.m. near the mansionhouse of John Coppyn in the public street of the same parish, when with his rapier the said Henry Sheppey gave the said Oliver Androwes on the fore part of his body and the left part of his belly a mortal blow, of which he died on the 21st instant: With Verdict of jurors that the said Oliver Androwes, who drew his sword only in self-defence, was slain and murdered by Henry Sheppey. On his arraignment Henry Sheppey put himself 'Guilty' and was sentenced to be hung. G. D. R., 15 Feb., 25 Eliz.

1 February, 25 Elizabeth.—Coroner's Inquisition-post-mortem, taken within Newgate Gaol, on view of the body of Robert Sutton late of London yoman, there lying dead: With Verdict of jurors, that the said Robert Sutton after seven days' illness died in the gaol, on 31 Jan. 25 Eliz. by Divine Visitation, of the pestilent disease called the plague. G. D. R., 15 Feb., 25 Eliz.

1 February, 25 Elizabeth.—Coroner's Inquisition-post-mortem, taken within Newgate Gaol, on view of the body of Ralph Blythe late of London yoman, there lying dead: With Verdict that, after seven days' illness the said Ralph died in the gaol on 31 January of the said year by Divine Visitation, of the pestilent disease called 'the plague.' G. D. R., 15 Feb., 25 Eliz.

1 February, 25 Elizabeth.—Coroner's Inquisition-post-mortem, taken within Newgate Gaol, on view of thebody of William Newborne late of London yoman: With Verdict of jurors that, after seven days of illness, the said William died in the gaol on 31st January last past, by Divine Visitation, of the pestilent disease called 'the plague.' G. D. R., 15 Feb., 25 Eliz.

1 February, 25 Elizabeth.—Coroner's Inquisition-post-mortem, taken within Newgate Gaol, on view of the body of William Hukens late of London yoman, there lying dead: With Verdict of jurors that, after seven days of illness, the said William Hukens died in the gaol on 31st January of the said year, by Divine Visitation, of the pestilent disease called 'the plague.' G. D. R., 15 Feb., 25 Eliz.

2 February, 25 Elizabeth.—Recognizances, taken before Robert Harrys, one of the Masters of Chancery and J.P. for co. Midd., of Fermin Perrynall of Turmilstreat co. Midd. joiner and William Allyn of Westsmythfield gentleman in the sum of five pounds each, and of Sebastian Legar of St. Johns Street co. Midd. barbour-surgion; For the said Sebastian Legar's appearance at the next General Session of the Peace.—At the foot of the bill, a memorandum that the said Sebastian Legar appeared, when he was adjudged to be whipt from St. Sepulchre's to St. John's Street,—a sentence subsequently commuted to a fine of twenty shillings for the use of the poor. G. D. R., 4 Oct. 25 Eliz.

13 February, 25 Elizabeth.—Coroner's Inquisition-post-mortem, taken within Newgate Gaol, on view of the body of John Dier, late of London yoman: With Verdict that, after two days of illness, the said John died in the gaol on the 12th instant, by Divine Visitation, of a certain infirmity called "the pining siknes." G. D. R., 15 Feb., 25 Eliz.

16 February, 25 Elizabeth.—Coroner's Inquisition-post-mortem, taken at Isleworth co. Midd. on view of the body of John Sherman late of the said parish yoman, there lying dead: With Verdict that, on the 13th inst., between eleven and twelve p.m., the said John Sherman and a cetain Mathew Pryce of the aforesaid parish, quarrelled in the house of Edward Justice of the same parish miller, when John Sherman with his fist gave Mathew Pryce a blow on his left ear, and then snatching up a candlestick showed a purpose of striking his adversary with it, whereupon the said Mathew drew his dagger, and with it gave the said John on the fore part of his body under the ribs a mortal wound, of which he died on the 15th inst., and thereby the said Mathew feloniously slew the said John. G. D. R., 15 April, 25 Eliz.

20 February, 25 Elizabeth.—True Bill that, at Holborn co. Midd. on the said day, Geoffrey Banning late of London laborer stole a grey gelding worth five pounds six shillings and eight pence, of the goods and chattels of Anthony Whiteharte. Cognovit indicamentum: Sus. G. D. R., 15 April, 25 Eliz.

23 February, 25 Elizabeth.—Coroner's Inquisition-post-mortem, taken within the Gaol of Newgate, on view of the body of William Pero late of London yoman, there lying dead: With Verdict that, after five days' illness, the said William Pero died in the gaol on the same day, by Divine Visitation, of a certain pestilent and pestiferous disease called 'the plague.' G. D. R., 15 April, 25 Eliz.

28 February, 25 Elizabeth.—True Bill that, at Milende co. Midd. on the said day, Olyver Adams late of London yoman stole a bay gelding, worth thirteen pounds, of the goods and chattels of Sir William FytzWilliams knt. G. D. R., 15 April, 25 Eliz.

5 March, 25 Elizabeth.—True Bill that, at Hoxton co. Midd. on the said day, Helen Rogers late of London spinster, stole a woman's gown "de durans colons purple" worth twenty shillings, a kyrtell of tuffed mockadoe colons red and blacke" worth ten shillings, "vnum ornamentum panni linei vocat' a drawen-worke gorgett" worth two shillings, "duo ornamenta vocat net woorke gorgettes " worth twelve pence, a gold ring with a diamond set in it worth twenty shillings, with other things of the goods and chattels of Henry Campion gentleman. G. D. R., 15 April, 25 Eliz.

5 March, 25 Elizabeth.—Coroner's Inquisition-post-mortem, taken at Sowthemyms co. Midd. on view of the body of Roger Ludforde yoman, there lying dead: With Verdict of jurors, that Nicholas Martyn and Richard Turvey, both late of Southmyms yomen were, on the 3rd instant, between three and four p.m., playing with other persons at foote-ball in the field called Evanes Feild at Southmyms, when the said Roger Ludforde and a certain Simon Maltus of the said parish yoman came to the ground, and that Roger Ludforde cried out 'Cast hym over the hedge,' indicating that he meant Nicholas Martyn, who retorted 'Come thowe and do yt'; That thereupon Roger Ludforde ran towards the ball with the intention of kicking it, whereupon seeing his purpose Nicholas Marten "cum cubito dextri brachii sui" and Richard Turvey "cum cubito sinistri brachii sui" struck John Ludford on the fore part of his body under the breast, giving him a mortal blow and concussion, of which he died within a quarter of an hour; and that Nicholas and Richard in this manner feloniously slew the said John. G. D. R., 15 April, 25 Eliz.

7 March, 25 Elizabeth.—Coroner's Inquisition-post-mortem, taken at Stanwell co. Midd., on view of the body of Robert Smythwick late of the said parish yoman: With Verdict that, on the 4th instant between three and four p.m. the said Robert Smythewick was in the highway at Rudesworthe alias Colbrockende in the said parish, together with Nicholas Bullman of the same parish yoman and George Brabyn of Colbrocke co. Bucks collermaker, when Nicholas Bullman and George Brabyn made an affray and fought together, the former being armed with a sword whilst George Brabyn fought with a cudgel; that during the affray Roger Tayler late of Colbrocke in the parish of Horton brewer came up, having in his right hand "a Bearing Bill," which Nicholas Bullman seized and took from him against his will; that on being thus disarmed Roger Tayler ran into a house near at hand, and brought therefrom "a Coole Staffe," and assailed Robert Smythewicke who had drawn his sword for self-preservation; and that in the affray which Roger Tayler forced on Robert Smythewicke, the former with the "Coole Staffe " gave the said Robert on the left part of his head a mortal blow, of which he died on the 6th inst.; and that, in so causing the said Robert's death, Roger Tayler slew and murdered him. On his arraignment Roger Tayler put himself 'Not Guilty' of murder, but 'Guilty' of killing in self-defence. The result does not appear. G. D. R., 15 April, 25 Eliz.

12 March, 25 Elizabeth.—Recognizance, taken before Humfrey Smyth esq. J.P., of Clement Rigges of Islington inholder, in the sum of ten pounds; For the appearance, at the next General Session of the Peace, of John Phippes servant of Thomas Love of Lecester gentleman. G. D. R., 4 Oct., 25 Eliz.

21 March, 25 Elizabeth.—Coroner's Inquisition-post-mortem, taken in Newgate Gaol on view of the body of William Tyshere late of London a Frenchman, then and there lying dead: With Verdict of jurors that, after five days' illness, the said William Tishere died on the said day, by Divine Visitation, of a pestilent disease called "the plague." G. D. R., 15 April, 25 Eliz.

1 April, 25 Elizabeth.—True Bill, for not going to church, chapel or any other place of Common Prayer, from the said day to 30th September then next following, against Mary Morgan spinster, Henry Banister yoman, Laurence Gefford yoman, Robert Wynterborne yoman, Henry Ratclyff yoman, and Henry . . . . yoman (servant of Lady Gerrard), all of the parish of St. Giles-in-the-Fields; Juliana Burde wife of William Burde of Harlington co. Midd. gentleman, Philip Bassett of Islingeton gentleman, Sir John Arrundell of Clarkenwell co. Midd. knt., Erasmus Saunders of Clarkenwell gentleman, and ThomasWilford of Clarkenwell gentleman. G. D. R., 4 Dec., 26 Eliz.

10 April, 25 Elizabeth.—Recognizances, taken before Richard Young esq. J.P., of John Wolley of Westminster gentleman, in the sum of ten pounds; whereby the said John Wolley bound himself to follow the indictment against John Wallyn alias Sheregrinder for felony, at the next General Session of the Peace. G. D. R., 4 Oct., 25 Eliz.

10 April, 25 Elizabeth.—True Bill that, at Charinge Crosse in the parish of St. Martin-in-the-Fields on the said day, Tibald Gyllyott of the city of London taylor, stole "eight amber buttons with stalkes and headdes of goulde" worth eight shillings, "three Cypers garters" adorned with gold thread worth ten shillings, nine handkerchiefs worth nine shillings, "unam cistulam de virgis operatis cum corio" worth five shillings, and thirty-five pounds in numbered money, of the good chattels and moneys of John Stanhope esq. Tibald Gyllyott was sentenced to be hung. G. D. R., 4 Dec., 26 Eliz.

11 April, 25 Elizabeth.—True Bill for not going to church, chapel or any other usual place of Common Prayer, from the said day to the 15th May then next following, against Katherine Bellamy widow, Jerom Bellamy gentleman, Richard Bellamy gentleman, and . . . . Wingefeilde alias Wynter gentleman, all of Harrowe-super-montem.— Also True Bill, for not going to church, chapel or any usual place of Common Prayer, from 18th May 25 Eliz. to the 18th August then next following, against James Braybrooke gentleman, Edward Yate gentleman, . . . . Eyton gentleman, Humfrey Comberford gentleman, Edward Poule yoman, Thomas Edwardes gentleman, Laurence Vaus clerk, John Cormorthe clerk, and Thomas Cotesmore clerk, all of Westminster co. Midd.—At the foot of this second bill, a memorandum that, at the Gaol Delivery of Newgate of 20 January 26 Eliz. James Braybrooke, Edward Yate, John . . . ., Humfrey Eyton, Humfrey Comberford, Edward Poule, and John Cormorthe "cognoverunt et quilibet cognovit indicamentum predictum. Ideo consideratum fuit quod quilibet eorum habeat penam statuti." G. S. P. R., Michaelmas, 25 Eliz.

15 April, 25 Elizabeth.—Recognizances, taken at The Castell in Seint Johnstreete co. Midd., of Roger Webbe of St. Giles's-in-theFields baker, and Richard Ives of Goldingelane co. Midd. taylor, in the sum of ten pounds each, and of Stephen Stowell servant of the Lord Russell in the sum of twenty pounds; For the said Stephen Stowell's appearance at the next General Session of the Peace, to answer respecting suspicion of a felony. G. S. P. R., Michaelmas, 25 Eliz.

28 April, 25 Elizabeth.—Coroner's Inquisition-post-mortem, taken at Hackney, on view of the body of William Williams late of London gentleman, who came by his death in an affray between him and a certain John Rowland, both of them fighting with sword in right hand and buckler in left hand in the high way at the Bell at Smythfeilde on the 27th inst.: With Verdict of jurors that the said John Rowland killed and murdered the said William Williams. Record decayed and fragmentary. G. D. R., 4 Oct., 25 Eliz.

30 April, 25 Elizabeth.—Recognizances, taken before Robert Harrys esq., one of the Masters of Chancery and J.P. for co. Midd., of Ralph Bromage and Rowland Price, both servants of Sir John Parret knt., in the sum of five pounds each, and of James Gowlinge, also a servant of Sir James Parret knt., in the sum of ten pounds; For the appearance of the said James Gowlinge at the next General Session of the Peace in Middlesex, and in the mean time for his peaceful bearing towards all people, and more especially towards Mathew Shakespere. G. S. P. R., Michaelmas, 25 Eliz.

4 June, 25 Elizabeth.—Recognizances, taken before Richard Younge esq. J.P., of Robert Grene of the parish of St. Agnes within Aldersgate, London, citizen and draper, and John Griffine of the parish of St. Giles-without-Creplegate tailor, in the sum of ten pounds each, and of Evan Price of St. Giles's aforesaid a servingman, in the sum of twenty pounds; For the said Evan Price's appearance at the next General Session of the Peace, and in the mean time for his peaceful conduct towards all people and especially towards Bettye Everett, the wife of John Everett. G. S. P. R., Michaelmas, 25 Eliz.

2 July, 25 Elizabeth.—Coroner's Inquisition-post-mortem, taken at Hackney co. Midd., on view of the body of Anne Haselton late of . . . .: With Verdict that, on 12th of June 25 Eliz., Felicia Walden, late of Hackney aforesaid, widow, assaulted the said Anne Haselton and with a knife gave her "in posteriorem partem corporis sui videlt' in sinistram clunem" a mortal blow, from which she languished from the said 12th of June to the 30th of the same month, on which last-named day she died of the said blow. G. D. R., 4 Oct., 25 Eliz.

12 August, 25 Elizabeth.—Recognizances, taken before Humfrey Smythe esq. J.P., of Salomon Dominicus of Turmilstreet showmaker and Barnaby Newman of the same street chaundler, in the sum of ten pounds each, for the appearance, at the next General Session of the Peace, of Agnes Dominica wife of Salomon Dominicus aforesaid, and in the mean time for her peaceful bearing towards all people, and especially towards Ellen Bluenson, wife of Michael Bluenson. G. S. P. R., Michaelmas, 25 Eliz.

27 August, 25 Elizabeth.—True Bill that, at Herefeilde co. Midd. on the said day, Henry Brudnell late of London yoman stole "duas pecias auri cuniati vocat' soueraignes ad valenciam xxs.," and four pieces of coined gold called Angelles worth forty shillings, and a piece of coined gold called a Frenche Crowne worth six shillings, of the goods and chattels of Thomas Grenehill. Putting himself 'Guilty,' Henry Brudnell was sentenced to be hung. G. D. R., 4 Oct., 25 Eliz.

27 August, 25 Elizabeth.—True Bill that, at Shordich on the said day, William Broughton late of London coper (sic) stole a purpell woollen-cloth cloak worth twenty shillings, "vn' thoracem panni lanei coloris nigri ad valenciam xs., vn' par subligacul' panni lanei coloris purpel ad valenciam vis. viii.d., vn' par tibialiu of worsted coloris watchshide ad valenciam vs.," together with other articles of clothing. and divers pieces of money, of the goods chattels and moneys of George Hayes.—At the foot of the bill a clerical memorandum that, at the Gaol Delivery of 4 Dec. 26 Eliz. William Broughton put himself 'Guilty,' asked for the book, read like a clerk and was delivered according to the form of the statute. G. D. R., 4 Oct., 25 Eliz.

31 August, 25 Elizabeth.—Recognizances, taken before Richard Young esq. J.P., of John Powell surveyor of the Queen's Ordnance in the Tower of London and Robert Pyne gentleman, Treasurer of Lions Inne, in the sum of twenty pounds each, and of William Powell of Totnam Hyecrosse, in the sum of forty pounds; For the said William Powell's appearance at the next General Session of the Peace of Middlesex, and in the mean time for his forbearance from keeping a tipplinge house without licence. G. D. R., 4 Oct., 25 Eliz.

1 September, 25 Elizabeth.—Recognizances, taken before Christofer Riche and Jerom Hawley esqs. and J.P., of Edward Augur yoman and Roger Hill shoemaker, both of Houneslowe co. Midd., in the sum of twenty pounds each; For the appearance, at the next General Session of the Peace, of Alice wife of John Godfrey of Houneslowe aforesaid bargeman, and in the mean time for her peaceful bearing towards all people. G. S. P. R., Michaelmas, 25 Eliz.

3 September, 25 Elizabeth.—True Bill that, at St. Andrew's in Holborne co. Midd. on the said day, William Pendleton alias Pennyngeton and Thomas Barnard, both late of London yomen, assaulted Henry Stone, he being in God's and the Queen's peace, and that William Pendleton with a sword gave the said Henry Stone on his right arm a mortal blow, of which he then and there died instantly. G. D. R., 4 Oct., 25 Eliz.

10 September, 25 Elizabeth.—Recognizances, taken before Sir Thomas Wentworth knt. Lord Wentworth J.P., of John Gurney of London baker and John Leedes of Redcliffe miller, in the sum of five pounds each, and of Ralph Thickins of Whitechappell baker, in the sum of ten pounds; For the said Ralph's appearance at the next General Session of the Peace. G. S. P. R., Michaelmas, 25 Eliz.

10 September, 25 Elizabeth.—True Bill that, at Hackeney co. Midd. on the said day, John Matterdey late of London yoman stole a piece of linen cloth worth ten pence, of the goods and chattels of John Stanbridge. At the head of the bill, the clerical memorandum "Cognovit Indictamentum ca' null' flagelletur." G. D. R., 4 Oct., 25 Eliz.

12 September, 25 Elizabeth.—Recognizances, taken before Humfrey Smythe esq. J.P., of Thomas Spanke of London in the sum of ten pounds, and of Lybias A'Lee in the sum of twenty pounds; For the appearance of the said Lybias at the next Session of the Peace. G. S. P. R., Michaelmas, 25 Eliz.

15 September, 25 Elizabeth.—True Bill that, at Westminster on the said day, John Snowden late of London Yoman stole "a stonehorse" worth five pounds, five gold ringes worth five pounds, and a saten dublett worth twenty shillings, of the goods and chattels of Edward Dymock esq. Putting himself 'Guilty,' John Snowden was sentenced to be hung. G. D. R., 4 Dec, 26 Eliz.

17 September, 25 Elizabeth.—Recognizances, taken before Humfrey Smythe esq. J.P. of Robert Hardinge cutler and Chistopher Vincent draper, both of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields in the sum of ten pounds; For the appearance at the next Session of the Peace ot Phill Phippes, wife of Edward Phippes. G S. P. R., Michaelmas, 25 Eliz.

18 September, 25 Elizabeth.—Recognizances, taken before Robert Harrys one of the Masters of Chancery and J.P. for co. Midd., of John Rowley of Greys Inne Lane yoman and Edward Dolman of the same lane vytteler, in the sum of ten pounds each, and of John Baker of St. John's Street co. Midd. weyver in the sum of twenty pounds; For the said John Baker's appearance at the next General Session of the Peace, to answer "for kepyng a woman delivered with childe in his howse, and lettinge go the father." G. S. P. R., Michaelmas, 25 Eliz.

19 September, 25 Elizabeth.—True Bill that, at Ruyslippe co. Midd. on the said day, John Grevell and Edward Marden, both late of London yomen, stole thirty-nine wethers, with other sheep, of the goods and chattels of James Hunte; a white wether, of the goods and chattels of John Hunte; and a white wether of the goods and chattels of Richard Symes. Putting themselves 'Guilty,' both prisoners were sentenced to be hung. G. D. R., 4 Dec, 26 Eliz.

1 October, 25 Elizabeth.—True Bill, for not going to church, chapel or any other usual place of Common Prayer, from the said day to 1st January then next following, against John Phillipes of Hamsted co. Midd gentleman, William Lord Vauxe, George Vauxe gentleman son of the said Lord Vauxe, and William Hollys yoman, all three of Tottenham; Juliana Burd wife of William Burde of Harlingeton co. Midd. gentleman, and John Rayson of the same parish yoman; and Barnard Brocas and his wife Anne, of Tottenham co. Midd. G. D. R., 4 May, 26 Eliz.

7 November, 25 Elizabeth.—True Bill that, at Padington co. Midd. on the night of the said day, Elizabeth Atkins late of London spynster broke burglariously into the dwelling-house of John Haynes esq., and took therefrom "duo veru ferri vocat' spittes" worth two shillings, "unum instrumentum ferri vocat' a grediern" worth two shillings, and "unura parr' follium vocat' a paire of bellis," worth two shillings, of the goods and chattels of the said John Haynes. Putting herself 'Not Guilty' of the burglary, Elizabeth put herself and was found 'Guilty' of petty larceny; the things stolen being appraised by the jury at tenpence. G. D. R., 4 Dec., 26 Eliz.

26 November, 26 Elizabeth.—True Bill that, in the highway of the Stronde at the parish of St Clement-Danes, Anthony Turner late of Westminster tayler, struck Edward Penniaunt gentleman with a sword, thereby slaying him. G. D. R., . . . . Dec, 26 Eliz.

14 December, 26 Elizabeth.—True Bill for not going to church, chapel or any other usual place of Common Prayer, from 14 Dec. 26 Elizabeth to 11th March then next following, against William Lord Vauxe, Henry Vauxe and George Vauxe esquires, sons of the said Lord Vauxe, William Hollys yoman, William Worseley, yoman, Jocosa Barlowe widow, all of Tottenham co. Midd.; Frances Robynson of Stepney co. Midd. widow; Juliana Burde wife of William Burde of Harlingeton co. Midd. gentleman, John Reason of Harlingeton aforesaid yoman; and Philip Bassett of Islingeton co. Midd. esq. —Also, similar True Bill, for not going to church &c, from 22 Dec. 26 Eliz. to 20th March then next following, against James Braybrooke gentleman, Edward Yate gentleman, Humfrey Cumberfold (sic) gentleman, John Moore gentleman, Humfrey Eytton gentleman, Edward Poule gentleman, and Thomas Edwardes yoman, all of Westminster. G. D. R., 4 May, 26 Eliz.

14 December, 26 Elizabeth.—True Bill for not going to church, chapel or any place of Common Prayer, from 14 December 26 Eliz. to 11 March then next following, against William Lord Vaux, Henry Vaux esq. and George Vaux esq. sons of the said Lord Vaux, William Hollys yoman, William Worseley yoman, Jocosa Barlowe widow, all of Tottenham co. Midd.; Frances Robynson of Stepney co. Midd, widow; Juliana Burde wife of William Burde of Harlingeton co. Midd. gentleman; John Reason of Harlingeton co. Midd. yoman; George Stanley and his wife Ethelreda Stanley, and William Holborne, all three of Chelsey co. Midd.; William Tyrwhet esq., and Philip Basset esq., both of Islington co. Midd.—Also, a similar true Bill, for not going to church &c., from 27 December 26 Eliz. to 20 March then next following, against James Braybrooke gentleman, Edward Yatt gentleman, Humfrey Comberfold gentleman, John Moore gentleman, Humfrey Eytton gentleman, Edward Poule gentleman and Thomas Edwardes yoman, all late of Westminster. G. D. R., 27 March, 26 Eliz.