Sessions, 1613
8 and 9 September

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William Le Hardy (editor)

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1935

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189-215

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'Sessions, 1613: 8 and 9 September', County of Middlesex. Calendar to the sessions records: new series, volume 1: 1612-14 (1935), pp. 189-215. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=82311 Date accessed: 30 September 2014.


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Sessions of the Peace and Gaol Delivery, 8 and 9 September, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].

SESSIONS ROLL.

Recognizances of:—

30 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Edmund Smith of Cow Cross, glover, and William Watenson of the same, hosier, for Joan Cawkett of the same, spinster, taken in the night by the watch fighting and buffeting with a fellow, and is complained by the officers to be a common whore.
Sess. Roll 524/1.
Sess. Reg. 1/640.

12 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
William Maior of London, yeoman, John Clotworth and Lawrence Davedge of St. Andrew's, Holborn, merchants, for the said William to appear.
Sess. Roll 524/2

August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
John Bousle of Wood Green, yeoman, and Thomas Wheeler of the same, gentleman, for the said John to appear.
Sess. Roll 524/3.

3 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Agnes Barber of Ratcliffe, widow, Mary, wife of William Sandelowe of the same, labourer, and Robert Hoddard of Wapping, sailor, all to give evidence against Mary Nicholls alias Hoddard for being married to two husbands.
The said Mary led to gaol. Delivered by proclamation.
Sess. Roll 524/5, 181.
G.D.R. 1/230.

26 July, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Thomas Cuttes the younger of Smithfield Bar, St. Sepulchre's, butcher, for Robert Michell [Mytchell] of the same, butcher, to answer concerning the stealing of twenty-four sheep, which were found in a close of his situated in Kentish Town, as appears by an examination of his.
Postponed till the next sessions because of fear of execution against him when the Sheriff fined him 2s. 10d.
Sess. Roll 524/6.
Sess. Reg. 1/633, 637.

19 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Richard Mathew of St. Botolph's-without-Bishopsgate, merchanttailor, and John Graye of St. Mary's, Whitechapel, silkweaver, for Benjamin Croker of Old Street, shoemaker, to appear; and of Stephen, Boone of Islington, bricklayer, George Archer of Christ Church, carpenter, and Thomas Colsee of Golding Lane, carpenter, all to give evidence against John Cooke, John Thomas and the said Benjamin Croker for stealing linen from the said Stephen.
The said John Cooke and John Thomas led to gaol. Delivered by proclamation.
Sess. Roll 524/7, 108, 109, 181.
Sess. Reg. 1/641.
G.D.R. 1/230.

3 September, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Charles Browne of Whitechapel, labourer, George Walker, porter, and Edward Morrett, cordwainer, both of the same, for the said Charles to appear.
Order for the said Charles and Jane his wife to be openly set in the stocks for the space of six hours in the Artillery Lane, for emptying a great quantity of night-work into the common sewer, to the general annoyance of all the inhabitants. This order to be performed by the constables and headboroughs of Whitechapel.
Sess. Roll 524/9.
Sess. Reg. 1/640, 645.

7 September, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Abraham Lowe of East Smithfield, plasterer, for Elizabeth his wife to give evidence against Margaret, wife of William Bailey of the same, feltmaker; and of Margaret Varnam of the same, widow, also to give evidence against the said Margaret Bailey, "accused for bewitching her husband John Varnam late deceased"; and of Nicholas Goodale, bricklayer, and Richard Curtes, labourer, both of the same, for the said Margaret to appear.
Sess. Roll 524/10, 11, 89.
Sess. Reg. 1/645.

17 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Dorothy, wife of Thomas Walker of Westminster, yeoman, George Johnson, gardener, and William —, brewer, both of the same, for the said Dorothy to keep the peace towards John Godderde, son of John Godderde of the same, yeoman.
Sess. Roll 524/12.
Sess. Reg. 1/641.

20 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Lewis Hughes of St. Clement Danes, gentleman, John Slayney of the same, "larymer," and Jenkin Marcarus of the Strand, gentleman, for the said Lewis to answer John Richards of Coleman Street, innholder.
Sess. Roll 524/13.
Sess. Reg. 1/641.

1 September, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Richard Robinson of Aldersgate Street, plasterer, for Alice his wife to give evidence against John Page and Robert Johnson of Stratford Bow, tailors, concerning certain slanderous speeches spoken by them against the said Alice; and of the said Robert and John to answer the said Alice for "callinge her picke pockett."
Sess. Roll 524/14, 113, 114.
Sess. Reg. 1/641.

13 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Robert Parkehurst of East Laleham, co. Kent, gentleman, and John Potts of London, haberdasher, for Maynwood [Manwood] Smith of Ludgate Hill, haberdasher, for abusing the watch in St. John Street.
Sess. Roll 524/15.
Sess. Reg. 1/638.

12 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Michael Rogers of St. Sepulchre's-without-London, glover, and Henry Magnes of the same, shoemaker, for John Lawes of the same, bricklayer, and Elizabeth his wife to keep the peace towards Alexander Forde [Foord] of Charterhouse Lane, cobbler, and Hester his wife; and of John Priest, tailor, and Peter Johnson, armourer, both of the same, and Henry Webbe of St. James', Clerkenwell, shoemaker, for the said Alexander and Hester to keep the peace towards the said John and Elizabeth Lawes.
Sess. Roll 524/16.
Sess. Roll 525/198, 200.
Sess. Reg. 1/638, 2/9.

8 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Thomas Martin of East Smithfield, carpenter, James Gibbens of St. Sepulchre's, bricklayer, William Silvester of the same, blacksmith, and Thomas Gening of St. Botolph's, Aldersgate, tailor, for the said Thomas Martin for attempting to break open the house of Randall Milton in Grub Street, as appears in his examination.
Sess. Roll 524/17.
Sess. Reg. 1/639.

14 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Mary Apple of Old Street, widow, Thomas Attawell of Westminster, gentleman, and Edward Crowche of Hampton, co. Somerset, gentleman, for the said Mary. "She and a young fellow were taken lodging together in a chamber by the watche, and she is charged by the officers to be a common whore." And of the said Thomas, John White of Old Street, yeoman, and Christopher Ingram of St. Andrew's, Holborn, cutler, for the said Thomas, taken lodging with a common whore in a chamber by the watch.
Sess. Roll 524/18, 20.
Sess. Reg. 1/639.

18 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Arma Foord [Foarde] of Turnmill Street, widow, William Larrett of the same, surgeon, and John Johnson of Leadenhall, clothworker, or the said Arma; and of Francis Stone of Clerkenwell, haberdasher, and John Wynes of Cow Cross, yeoman, for Jane Edwardes of Clerkenwell, spinster, both of whom, with three or four more whores, were brought by Theodore Hanley to Hicks Hall before His Majesty's Commissioners for Annoyances, and by them committed to Newgate until they could find sureties for their good behaviour.
Sess. Roll 524/19, 85.
Sess. Reg. 1/639.

10 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Helen Hickman of Clerkenwell, spinster, Edward Weaver of St. Botolph's-without-Bishopsgate, yeoman, and Lewis Jenkins of St. Dunstan's-in-the-West, clothworker, for the said Helen, complained by Theodore Hanley the constable to be a common whore, and taken at "Clappams."
Sess. Roll 524/21.
Sess. Reg. 1/639.

8 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Alice Edwards of Charterhouse Lane, widow, Edward Finche of St. Bride's, grocer, and James Waddington of the same, cutler, for the said Alice for speaking divers scandalous speeches against the late Queen.
Sess. Roll 524/23.
Sess. Reg. 1/639.

5 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Benjamin Scott of St. Bride's, brewer, Richard Northe of Chiswell Street, victualler, and Edward Smythson of Whitecross Street, chandler, for the said Benjamin for victualling without licence in Chiswell Street.
Sess. Roll 524/24.
Sess. Reg. 1/639.

5 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
George Kennet of Poplar, waterman, Edward Manne of Gravesend, waterman, and Jerome West of Whitecross Street, cordwainer, for the said George; and of the said Edward, Thomas Blague of Whitecross Street, butcher, and Richard Todkin of St. Bartholomew's-theGreat, joiner, for the said Edward; both for rescuing a prisoner from James Greene, constable of Whitecross Street.
Sess. Roll 524/25, 26.
Sess. Reg. 1/639.

3 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Thomas Perce [Pierce] of St. Giles'-without-Cripplegate, joiner, William Pryce of St. Sepulchre's, cutler, and Meredith Perce of Shoe Lane, cutler, for the said Thomas, "complained by the Constables and the whole Inhabitants to keepe a disordered house."
Sess. Roll 524/27.
Sess. Reg. 1/639.

2 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Thomas Webstare of Gracechurch Street, vintner, William Gyles of Whitecross Street, weaver, and William Olington of Grub Street, milliner, for the said Thomas; and of the said Gyles and Olington for John Sacker of St. Botolph's, Aldgate, milliner; both for abusing the officers, being taken in the watch.
Sess. Roll 524/28, 29.
Sess. Reg. 1/638, 639.

2 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Garrett Bushe and Samuel Marchant of Whitecross Street, goldsmiths, for Margery Bushe of the same, spinster, wife of the said Garrett, for keeping company with John Buckle, and is charged by the officers to be a woman of light behaviour.
Sess. Roll 524/30.
Sess. Reg. 1/638.

1 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Richard Gurnett and Thomas Bowen of Lothbury, tailors, and Felix Jones of Whitecross Street, dyer, for the said Richard for abusing the constable of Cow Cross in the execution of his office.
Sess. Roll 524/31
Sess. Reg. 1/638.

8 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Thomas Eaton of Marylebone, labourer, and James Kettell of the same, yeoman, for the said Thomas for hurting and wounding Robert Evans of the same.
Sess. Roll 524/32.
Sess. Reg. 1/643.

18 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
David Wager of Old Street, cordwainer, and Peter Williams of Golding Lane, weaver, for William Knight of the same, who was brought by the officers and charged to be a common night-walker and a defamed cutpurse.
Sess. Roll 524/33.
Sess. Reg. 1/639.

24 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
James Burnett of St. James', Clerkenwell, brewer, and Nicholas Harden of St. Sepulchre's, shoemaker, for Elizabeth Crabbe alias Baylie [Baylye] of Clerkenwell, spinster, complained by the officers to be a common bawd.
Further sureties:—Nathaniel Powell and William Tasker of St. James' aforesaid, blacksmiths.
Sess. Roll 524/34.
Sess. Roll 525/173.
Sess. Reg. 1/639, 2/14.

25 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
George Throughgood of Grub Street, victualler, Thomas Goodhand, miller, and Matthew Knocks, carpenter, both of the same, for the said George for victualling without licence.
Sess. Roll 524/35.
Sess. Reg. 1/640.

1 September, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Robert Gregorye of St. Sepulchre's, waterman, and Edward Lancaster of St. Clement Danes, tailor, for Richard Johnson of Kettering, co. Northampton, yeoman, taken drunk by Theodore Hanley and the Watch, and did abuse them by railing words.
Sess. Roll 524/36.
Sess. Reg. 1/640.

3 September, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
John Carter of Whitecross Street, yeoman, and William Stanley of Clerkenwell, yeoman, for the said John for being taken drunk in the night by the Watch and abusing them by railing speeches.
Sess. Roll 524/37.
Sess. Reg. 1/640.

13 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
William Holdaye of St. George's, Southwark, co. Surrey, glover, Henry Staple of the same, cordwainer, and John Harrison of Newington, co. Surrey, cordwainer, for the said William, suspected to have picked a purse with 10s. in it out of the pocket of William George "att the Curten," and to be a defamed cutpurse.
Sess. Roll 524/38.

3 September, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Robert Allen, Humphrey Clerk and Thomas Marrett, all of the Minories, shoemakers, for the said Robert and Humphrey for making an affray and a tumult about twelve o'clock in the night in Field Lane; and of Robert Berrye of St. Sepulchre's, tailor, and William Sampson of St. Andrew's, Holborn, cook, for Thomas Piper of the same [St. Sepulchre's], butcher, for the like.
Sess. Roll 524/39, 40, 80.
Sess. Reg. 1/640.

24 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
John Hansome of St. Giles'-in-the-Fields, yeoman, Edmund Weaver of the same, saddler, and John Bolsonn of St. James', Clerkenwell, yeoman, for the said John Hansome, suspected to have stolen a silver cup out of the house of Thomas Ward at the sign of the Crown in Smithfield.
Sess. Roll 524/41.

24 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
John Richards of Smithfield Bar, butcher, and Robert Haseloppe of Hampstead, husbandman, for William Raynes of the same, yeoman, suspected of being privy to the stealing of geese which he and one other person brought to the house of Christopher Griffin in Goswell Street.
Sess. Roll 524/42.

29 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Roger White of St. John Street, haberdasher, Edward Martyn of Basing Lane, tailor, and Edward Barlow of St. Bartholomew's-theGreat, tailor, for the said Roger for stealing an ale quart pewter pot out of a kitchen in the house of Robert Thripland of Cow Cross, tippler, at the same.
Sess. Roll 524/43, 70.

26 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Thomas Johnson and John Leveridge of St. James', Clerkenwell, yeomen, to appear, to justify the informations that they have given against Philip Winston [Winstonne, Wynston], for speaking divers threatening and daring words against the King.
The said Philip led to gaol. Delivered by proclamation.
Sess. Roll 524/44, 45, 181.
G.D.R. 1/230, 2/1b.

21 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Thomas Highegate of Hayes, gentleman, and John Millett of the same, gentleman, for Margaret, wife of Robert Millet of Southall, gentleman, to answer for her contempt in refusing upon commandment to come before Christopher Mericke, esquire, Justice, and also for her uncivil speeches when afterwards she came before him.
Sess. Roll 524/49.
Sess. Reg. 1/645.

23 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Richard Penington [Pennington] of Harrow-on-the-Hill, gentleman, Thomas Holmes of St. Sepulchre's, skinner, and John Legatte [Leggett] of the same, weaver, for the said Richard and John to appear; and of the said Richard and Thomas for Thomas Davyes of the same, weaver, to appear.
The said Richard, John and Davyes indicted for a forcible entry, and each fined 2s. 6d.
Sess. Roll 524/50, 51, 53.
Sess. Reg. 1/643.

1 July, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Robert Goodman of Hayes, labourer, Thomas Mosse of Northwood, labourer, and Richard Millet of the same, sawyer, for the said Robert to keep the peace towards Nicholas Goodman of the same, labourer, and Ann his wife.
Sess. Roll 524/54.
Sess. Reg. 1/636, 637.

7 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Thomas Ratcliffe of Whitechapel, porter, and Ralph Dobson of the same, smith, for Joyce, wife of the said Thomas to appear; and of Robert Pike of Eastcheap, grocer, and James Hewitt of Fenchurch Street, shoemaker, for the said Thomas to appear.
Isabel, wife of Henry Williams of Mile End, yeoman, seeks the peace against the said Thomas and Joyce, and Mr. Saunderson has made an end on both sides.
Sess. Roll 524/55, 56.
Sess. Reg. 1/637, 645.

17 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
William Massyn, citizen and clothworker of London, and Robert Mannering of London, clothworker, for Gregory Cooper of the same, gentleman, for beating and wounding William Pannell.
Sess. Roll 524/60.
Sess. Reg. 1/638.

29 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
William Phillipps of St. Giles'-without-Cripplegate, carman, and Stephen Abbot of the same, yeoman, for William Freeman and Henry Harvy [Harvye] of the same, carmen, charged with several misdemeanours upon the complaint of Anthony Milton.
Sess. Roll 524/61.
Sess. Reg. 1/638.

7 September, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Richard Thorne of St. Bartholomew's-the-Great, gentleman, for John Todd of the same, bricklayer, for using the trade of a plasterer he having been an apprentice to a bricklayer.
Sess. Roll 524/62.

5 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Samuel Course of East Smithfield, yeoman, and Thomas Waringe of "St. Anne Wardropp," gentleman, for Robert Stott of Wapping, tailor, to appear.
Sess. Roll 524/63.
Sess. Reg. 1/638.

15 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Rebecca Tuck of Tottenham, maid to Richard Howman, to answer touching a supposed rape by Thomas Hunt of the same, yeoman; and of Ralph Salmon, tailor, and William Wright, innholder, both of the same, for the said Thomas to keep the peace towards the said Rebecca; and to be dismissed from keeping an alehouse and his sign to be taken down.
The said Thomas handed over further in bail to John Yarner and John Weston of the Old Bailey, merchant-tailors.
Sess. Roll 524/64, 67.
Sess. Reg. 1/638, 2/5.

31 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
William Morgan of Tottenham, yeoman, and Jerome Culpeck of the same, shoemaker, for William Wright of the same, innholder, for divers misdemeanours and ill rule in his house, especially for profaning the Sabbath Day, and keeping unlawful assemblies and "revell all night comonly."
Handed over further in bail to Edward Sympson and Thomas Holmes of the same, yeomen.
Sess. Roll 524/65.
Sess. Reg. 1/638, 2/5.

31 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Thomas and William Newman of Tottenham, husbandmen, for Thomas Lambert of the same, yeoman, charged to have kept company with George Oldes of the same, yeoman, who was bound over in bail to Thomas and Richard Newman of the same, yeomen, for the death and killing of Alban Sympson.
Sess. Roll 524/66.
Sess. Reg. 1/638.
G.D.R. 1/230, 2/2.

17 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
John Butcher of Hallowell Lane, tapster, to give evidence against Pallamides Frenche of St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, chandler, for picking a gold ring from the pocket of the said John, being his bedfellow; and of Allen Fenner of Tower Hill, gentleman, Christopher Jones of Shoreditch, blacksmith, and Gregory Norton of the same, cordwainer, for the said Pallamides to appear.
Sess. Roll 524/73, 77.

29 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
John Stokes of Whitechapel, carman, Edward Temple, woodmonger, and William Winckfeild, gentleman, both of the same, for the said John for leading his cart over the neck of a young woman child about the age of eight years, so that the said child is thought to be in danger of death.
Sess. Roll 524/74.

29 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Geoffrey Emmes of Cow Cross, gardener, Rowland Fletcher of St. James', Clerkenwell, labourer, Thomas Johnson, basket-maker, and Humphrey Venson, yeoman, for John Cumins of the same, yeoman, suspected to have picked £6 out of the pocket of Katherine Jones, and a purse with 40s. in it out of the pocket of John Kempsall.
The suspicion is almost nothing, but that he is a defamed cutpurse.
Came and committed because indicted in London.
Sess. Roll 524/75.

19 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Anthony Price of Cree Church, skinner, and Nicholas Standam of Whitecross Street, labourer, for Elizabeth Furley of Gray's Inn Lane, spinster, charged to have broken open the chambers in Gray's Inn.
Sess. Roll 524/76.
G.D.R. 1/226d, 2/5.

4 September, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Walter Burton of St. Giles'-in-the-Fields, bricklayer, Thomas Martyn, gentleman, and Humphrey Graye, victualler, both of the same, for the said Walter for working and proceeding in the erection of Sir Charles Cornwallis's new buildings in Lincoln's Inn Fields, having been formerly forbidden. He is forthwith to remove his materials from thence.
Sess. Roll 524/79.
Sess. Reg. 1/640, 2/5.

5 September, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Stephen Hackley and Hugh Warren of Smithfield Bar, butchers, for the said Stephen for killing and putting to salt, pork at an unseasonable time contrary to the order of the Justices, taken by virtue of a warrant of the Justices, made upon their said order.
Handed over further in bail to John Rogers and Thomas Wallis of the same, butchers.
Sess. Roll 524/81.
Sess. Reg. 1/640.

6 September, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
John Wheeler of Grub Street, apothecary, Hugh Dykes [Dikes], glover, and James Randall, chandler, both of the same, and Joseph Jeffs of Shoe Lane, cutler, for the said John for "seducing the Kings subiects by making them beleeve that by erecting a figure he cann helpe them to [find] stolen goods." He is to bring his book of "Ephemerides."
Sess. Roll 524/82.
Sess. Reg. 1/640, 2/5.

25 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
John Bushell of St. James', Clerkenwell, baker, and Henry Hincks of the same, baker, [blacksmith], for Elizabeth Davyes [Davies] of the same, spinster; and of the said John and Henry, and Richard Francis of the same, baker, for the said John; both for the dangerous beating and wounding of Helen Cope, so that she is reported thereby to be in danger of death.
Sess. Roll 524/83, 84.
Sess. Reg. 1/640.

2 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Thomas Gibson of Shoreditch, surgeon, Robert Woodhouse, vintner, and John Lea, baker, both of the same, for the said Thomas for beating and abusing the constable of Hallowell Street in the execution of his office.
Sess. Roll 524/86.
Sess. Reg. 1/639.

3 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Thomas Harper and Thomas Carter of Whitecross Street, vintners, Thomas Buttler of Golding Lane, girdler, and John Pelmer of the same, blacksmith, for the said Harper and Carter for making an affray, and fighting in Old Street.
Sess. Roll 524/87, 88.
Sess. Reg. 1/639.

8 September, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Ellis Prewe of St. Katherine's, victualler, John Soper, victualler, and William Deeping, barber-surgeon, both of the same, for the said Ellis for receiving stolen goods.
Sess. Roll 524/96.
Sess. Reg. 1/641.

4 September, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
William Barber of St. Giles'-in-the-Fields, yeoman, and Thomas Burton of the same, gardener, for Hugh Pavyer [Pavier] of the same, bricklayer, servant to Walter Burton of the same, bricklayer; and for John Foster of Whitechapel, bricklayer; and for John More of Trinity Lane, bricklayer, servant to John Welshawe of the same, bricklayer; and for Richard Lowch of St. Clement Danes, cook, all to appear.
The said Richard not to victual any more until he shall be lawfully licensed.
Sess. Roll 524/99, 100, 101, 102.
Sess. Reg. 1/640, 641, 2/5.

30 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
John Barker of Wapping, tailor, for Ann, wife of Richard Brock of the same, smith, "accused to fech a hatt" of the wife of John Lightburne of St. Olave's, Silver Street, saddler, by a counterfeit token; and of the said John Lightburne, accused by the said Ann of cozening her of money.
Sess. Roll 524/103, 104.
Sess. Reg. 1/640.

11 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Tobias Milles the younger of Westminster, turner, and Thomas Browne of the same, cordwainer, Abner Walker, cordwainer, and Thomas Whyte, baker, both of the same, for the said Milles and Browne to appear for robbing George Fullerton [Fullerston] of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, saddler, of a cloak and hat; and of the said George to give evidence.
Sess. Roll 523/53.
Sess. Roll 524/105, 106.
Sess. Reg. 1/641.

20 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Edward Ruffoote of Clerkenwell, gentleman, to answer the complaint of John Atye.
Sess. Roll 524/112.
Sess. Reg. 1/642.

6 September, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Thomas Wiat of Chelsea, waterman, Robert Toft of London, gentleman, William Denman of Fleet Street, saddler, George Drurye of Field Lane, gentleman, and Christopher Wilton of St. Clement Danes, scrivener, all to give evidence against Robert Dalton, son of Francis Dalton of Cambridge [St. Martin's-in-the-Fields], clerk, apprentice to the said Christopher, for stealing a silver bowl from the said Christopher; and against Roger Dalton of St. Martin's-in-theFields, gentleman, for receiving the same; and of the said Francis Dalton and Hugh Dod of the City of Chester, in the county of the same, gentleman, for the said Roger to appear; and of the said Francis and John Muskett of St. Dunstan's-in-the-West, gentleman, for the said Robert to appear.
Order for the said Robert to be discharged from the service of the said Christopher, and the said Christopher to pay back to the said Francis £8 of the £10 which he had with his said son.
And thereupon general releases are to be made on all parties, and the indentures to be cancelled in Court, to the end that all controversies may be ended; both of Mr. Dalton's sons are to join with him in the release to Wilton.
Sess. Roll 524/121, 122, 123, 124, 125, 126, 130.
Sess. Reg. 1/644.

11 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
William Newman of Easthampstead, co. Berks, husbandman, for Richard Newman of the same, miller, to appear.
Sess. Roll 524/127.
Sess. Reg. 1/643.

10 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Philip Jenkin of St. Sepulchre's, gilder, Roger Taylor of St. Botolph's-without-Aldersgate, gentleman, and Leonard Hancks of St. James', Clerkenwell, white-baker, for the said Philip to appear.
Came and discharged because acquitted on oath.
Sess. Roll 524/128.

12 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Barnaby Rawlins [Rawlyns] of Whitechapel, butcher, William Megge, draper [merchant], and Robert Chambers, yeoman, both of the same, for the said Barnaby to appear.
Came and committed without sureties. Handed over further in bail to the said William, and William Daye of St. Botolph's-withoutAldgate [Whitechapel], gentleman.
Sess. Roll 524/129.
G.D.R. 2/2, 5, 9d.

1 September, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Robert Chaundeler of Tuddington, maltman, and Robert Dalley of the same, tailor, for Joab Ryde and John Ryde of the same, birdcatchers, both for taking pigeons with nets.
The said John Ryde came and handed over further, and swore in Court that the said Joab is very ill, therefore respited until the next.
Sess. Roll 524/133.
Sess. Reg. 1/643, 644, 2/6.

1 September, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Peter Mowlum the elder of Wapping, mariner, and Peter Mowlum the younger of the same, ship-wright, for Edward Garrett of Wapping Wall, tailor [gardener], for a breach of the peace upon Ann Backhowse.
Sess. Roll 524/134.
Sess. Reg. 1/644.

29 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Isaac Norton of London, grocer, and Edmund Colton of Westminster, gentleman, for Thomas Whitelsey [Whittlesey] of Bethnal Green, victualler, for victualling without licence and taking in inmates.
Sess. Roll 524/135.
Sess. Reg. 1/644.

25 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Thomas Ellis and Alexander Hobson of Whitechapel, gardeners, for Nicholas Ellis of the same, gardener, for misdemeanours against Nicholas Huffin.
Sess. Roll 524/136.
Sess. Reg. 1/644.

19 September, A.D. 1613.
Presentments by Thomas Lyred and William Panting, the constable and headborough of High Holborn and Gray's Inn:—

Victuallers without licence:—
James Rogers.
John Price.
John Hopkins.

Tobacco-sellers:—
Francis Knighte.
[blank] Bolles, widow.
James Rawlins, for selling tobacco and keeping a disordered house.
Roger Gunter, for the same.
James Jackson, for the same.
John Lynley, for selling tobacco and victualling without licence.
Nathaniel Field.
Edward Watershorne.
Alice Pearse, for selling tobacco and keeping a disordered house.
True bills.
[This document is written on paper.]
Sess. Roll 524/138.

Indictments of:—

12 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Thomas Harryson [Harrison] of Grub Street, yeoman, being a common tippler, for selling his beer, at the same, in small cans and pots not containing full measure according to the assize.
Comes in person and says he is not guilty thereof and puts himself in mercy, therefore respited for the truth to the next Sessions.
Sess. Roll 524/139.

29 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Edward Sheppard of Kilburn, baker, for an assault and battery on Hugh Wood [Woode] at the same.
At large.
Sess. Roll 524/140.
P.R.B. 1/23.

1 September, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Susan, wife of John Wynes of Cow Cross [St. James', Clerkenwell], yeoman, for being a common barratrix and disturber of the peace at the same.
To the next. The said John and Susan handed over in bail to Thomas Cale of Clerkenwell, cooper, and Richard Gregorye of St. Bartholomew's-the-Great, yeoman, to keep the peace.
Prosecutors:—Margery Smith, Edmund Smith, Elizabeth Cole, Judith Walton, Constance Norton.
Sess. Roll 524/141.
Sess. Roll 525/63.
Sess. Reg. 2/8.
P.R.B. 1/23.

12 July, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Roger Penner, Edward Ashburne, Richard Syre, William Lambden and Matthew Bonsonne of St. Giles'-in-the-Fields, yeomen, all being common bakers of bread, all for selling white bread, wheaten bread and twopenny household bread under weight at the same.
The said Matthew appeared on 29 September, 13 James I [A.D. 1615].
Prosecutors:—Abraham Phillips [Phillipps], Henry Theodricke [Theodoricke].
Sess. Roll 524/142—150.
P.R.B. 1/22d.

23 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Richard Case [Casse] of Ratcliffe, turner, for an assault and battery on Judith Hardinge at the same.
Acknowledged. Fined 3s. 4d.
Prosecutors:—Alice Cooke, Joan Foster, Margaret Frewyn, John Bilman, Richard Teston.
Sureties for the said Richard Case:—George Miller of Wapping, carpenter, and John Puller of Stepney, vintner.
Sess. Roll 524/137, 151.
Sess. Reg. 1/642.

20 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Thomas Cuttes [Cutts] of St. John Street [Holloway], butcher, for stealing fourteen wether sheep each worth 13s. 4d. from Richard Gaunte [Gant] of Aylesbury, co. Buckingham, grazier, at Holloway; and of John Talbutt of the same, yeoman, and the said Thomas for stealing eight wether sheep each worth 12s., and eight ewe sheep each worth 8s. from Sir Francis Cheyney, Knight, of Drayton Beauchamp, co. Buckingham, at Holloway aforesaid.
Both at large.
Prosecutor:—John Clifton, servant to the said Sir Francis.
The said Richard, Sir Francis, and John Clifton also bound over to prosecute William Michell.
William Nelson of Holloway, yeoman, to do his best to bring forth the said Thomas, seized by the said Richard Gaunt as bailiff of the Lord the King in his manor at Holloway.
Sess. Roll 524/57, 152, 154.
Sess. Reg. 1/642, 2/5.

24 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
John Ashton [Ashen] of Islington [Cow Cross], yeoman, for assaulting John Kempsall of St. Clement Danes, tailor, at Islington, and stealing two keys worth 2d., and a purse worth 2d. and 30s. [40s.] in money in it from the said John Kempsall.
At large.
Prosecutor:—Samuel Kinge of Clerkenwell, shoemaker.
Sureties for the said John Ashton:—John Slye of St. James', Clerkenwell, shoemaker, and George Walton of the same, stationer.
Sess. Roll 524/46, 68, 69, 153.

24 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
John Jones of St. Anne's [Clerkenwell], shoemaker, for stealing a pair of andirons worth 5s. and a pair of curtains worth 2s. from Daniel Burrell of St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, gentleman, at Clerkenwell.
Puts himself. Respited to be tried at the next because the evidence not complete at this. Led to gaol.
Prosecutor:—David Vaughan of St. James', Clerkenwell, tippler, and an examination.
Sureties for the said John:—Hugh Williams of St. Saviour's, Southwark, co. Surrey, waterman, and Peter Woolley of Whitechapel, turner.
Sess. Roll 524/72, 156, 181.
Sess. Roll 525/82.
Sess. Reg. 2/6.
G.D.R. 2/1, 2, 5.

2 September, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
John Earle of Kilburn, labourer, for stealing two iron chains worth 5s., a hatchet worth 12d., two double hooks worth 12d., and three iron pins worth 4d. belonging to Judith, Lady Atye, widow, at the same.
Guilty to the value of 11d., no goods, to be whipped. Led to gaol.
Prosecutor:—Thomas Hedger of Willesden, yeoman, and a confession.
Sess. Roll 524/131, 158, 181.
Sess. Reg. 1/643.

1 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Constance Powell of Hornsey, spinster, for breaking into the house of John Burden at the same, no persons being in the house or outhouses, and stealing three petticoats worth 20s., four waistcoats worth 12s., a sheet worth 5s., four ruff-bands worth 12s., a hat with a band worth 10s., two pairs of shoes worth 2s., and 30s. in money belonging to the said John.
Guilty, no goods, to be hanged.
Prosecutors:—Margaret Burden, Edmund Unmonte.
Sess. Roll 524/159, 181.

20 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Roland Clarke of Finsbury, yeoman, for stealing a pair of sheets worth 20s., a ruff-band worth 15s., a plain band worth 2s., a purse worth 12d., a silk girdle worth 18d., a knife with a sheath worth 2s., and a green say apron worth 10s. belonging to Mary Boweman of St. Giles'-without-Cripplegate, spinster, at Finsbury.
Guilty, no goods, seeks the book, reads, branded.
The said Mary and Reginald Drawle of Holy Trinity, Queenhithe, goldsmith, bound over to give evidence against John Clarke alias Coomes on two charges of felony.
Sess. Roll 524/47, 160.

19 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Matthew Frith of Islington, yeoman, for stealing a pair of sheets worth 2s. from Robert Whitman; and for stealing a pair of cloth breeches worth 12d., a hat worth 12d., and two cipres hat-bands worth 12d. from Henry Leykins, both at the same.
Not guilty. Led to gaol.
Prosecutors:—Elizabeth Russell, Richard Powell.
Sess. Roll 524/161, 162, 181.

18 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Richard Hill of Turnmill Street [St. Sepulchre's], yeoman, and Mary his wife, Isabel Moseley [Mosely] of St. Sepulchre's, widow, and Elizabeth Robinson of Turnmill Street, spinster, for stealing a purse worth 1d. and £14 in money in it, out of the pocket of John White of Reading, clothier, upon St. Barnabas' Day last at Wokingham, co. Berks [at Turnmill Street].
All not guilty.
Sureties for the said Isabel, Mary and Elizabeth:—Thomas Peirson of St. James', Clerkenwell, Robert Davis of the same, victualler, and Richard Morgan of St. Sepulchre's, clothworker.
Sess. Roll 524/58, 163.

20 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Frances Palmer of Whitechapel, spinster [wife of William Palmer, tailor], for stealing two hats worth 2d., a pair of sheets worth 2d., a curtain worth 2d., a pillow worth 2d., a blanket worth 2d., two coifs worth 1d., and an apron worth 1d. from William Elliott [Ellyott] of Barking, co. Essex, innholder [gentleman], at the same [at Whitechapel].
Not guilty. Led to gaol.
Prosecutor:—Stephen Howell of Barking aforesaid, cordwainer. The said Stephen committed for undervaluing the said stolen goods.
Sess. Roll 524/95, 164, 181.
Sess. Reg. 1/644.

31 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Thomas Johnson of Willesden, yeoman, for stealing a cock worth 12d. and three hens worth 3s. from William Rolfe [Roufes] of the same, yeoman; and for stealing a cock worth 12d., a hen worth 12d., and a pig worth 12d. from Richard Jenninges of Neasden, yeoman, both at Willesden.
Guilty to the value of 11d., no goods, to be whipped. Led to gaol.
Sess. Roll 524/119, 165, 166, 181.
G.D.R. 1/231.

16 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Ann Ollyver [Oliver] of St. Clement Danes, spinster, for stealing a woman's gown worth 2s., a petticoat worth 12d., a hat worth 6d., a forepart worth 6d., a smock worth 6d., a waistcoat worth 6d., a stomacher worth 4d., and a pair of stockings worth 10d. from William Bull of the same, poulterer, at the same.
Guilty to the value of 11d., no goods, to be whipped.
Call to Sir Stephen Soame for an examination.
Sess. Roll 524/48, 167.
G.D.R. 1/230d.

25 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Philip Best [Beast] of Islington, yeoman, for assaulting Edward Ponde of the same, gentleman, at the same, and stealing a handkerchief worth 2d., a glass "vyall" worth one farthing, a key worth 2d., two yards of bone lace worth 8s., two stones worth 2s., a purse worth 1d. and 4s. 8d. in money in it from the said Edward.
Guilty, no goods, to be hanged. Respited to prison after judgment.
Led to gaol.
Prosecutor:—John Barlowe.
Sess. Roll 524/107, 168, 181.
G.D.R. 1/230d, 2/1b.

2 September, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
James Battye [Batty] of St. Andrew's, Holborn, yeoman, for cutting the purse and stealing 4s. 5d. in money in it from the pocket of Lawrence Thompson [Tompson] of Hatfield Peverel, co. Essex, yeoman, at Holborn.
Guilty, no goods, to be hanged. Respited to prison after judgment. Led to gaol.
Sess. Roll 524/91, 169, 181.
G.D.R. 1/230d, 2/1bd.

3 February, 7 James I [A.D. 1609–10].
Frances, wife of Stephen Niccolls of London, yeoman, alias Frances Hogg of the same, spinster, for assaulting Mary Willes alias Beare, widow, at St. Anne's, Blackfriars, and wounding her on the left part of the body with a knife worth 1d., so that she languished and died at Cow Cross, St. James', Clerkenwell, on 12 February then next following.
Not guilty. Suspected for a murder by Richard Sheppard the coroner.
Prosecutor:—Elizabeth Mooreton.
The said Stephen and Elizabeth left in the custody of the Bailiff for their misdemeanour in Court.
Sess. Roll 524/170, 181.
Sess. Reg. 1/642.
G.D.R. 1/230d.

4 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
George Houne [Howne, Hone] of East Smithfield, carpenter, for stealing a silver ewer worth £5, two silver bowls worth £3, and two pairs of silver snuffers worth 20s. belonging to Richard, Earl of Clanrickard, at the same.
Acknowledges, seeks the book, reads, branded. Led to gaol.
Prosecutors:—John Sergeant, David Gill, Martin Ballard of the Liberty of the Tower of London, goldsmith.
The said stolen plate was offered to be sold at the shop of the said Martin's master, one Garrett Fawcon, a goldsmith.
Sess. Roll 523/87.
Sess. Roll 524/120, 171, 181.
G.D.R. 1/230d.

1 September, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Julius Laney [Lanye] of Westminster, labourer, aged seven years and more, for being an incorrigible rogue and a dangerous beggar, wandering about to the great danger of the inferior sort of people at the same, and for fighting in face of the Court.
Guilty. Branded on the left shoulder with the letter R.
Prosecutors:—William Stanley, Francis Jones, William Normanvile.
Sess. Roll 524/172.
Sess. Reg. 1/641.
G.D.R. 1/230d.

21 July, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
George Branckes [Bankes] of Edmonton, yeoman, for stealing a brown bay gelding worth 40s. from John Sheppard [Shephard] of the same, husbandman, at the same.
Guilty, no goods, to be hanged. Led to gaol. Respited to prison after judgment.
Witnesses:—John Attlesey of Ely, co. Cambridge, labourer, William Knighte of Ashwell, co. Hertford, gentleman, and John Knighte.
Sess. Roll 524/115, 116, 117, 118, 173, 181.
Sess. Reg. 1/641.
G.D.R. 1/230d, 2/1b.

20 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Reginald Vaughan of Ratcliffe, yeoman [of Bishopsgate Street, victualler], John Smithe of St. Katherine's, brewer, John Smithe of St. Botolph's-without-Bishopsgate, labourer, and Alice [Elizabeth] his wife, for stealing four kettles worth 40s., four pieces of pewter worth 12s., three candlesticks worth 5s., a cloak worth 10s., a hat worth 9s., a birding-piece with a case worth 13s., a girdle worth 12d., and a pair of knives worth 12d. belonging to John Wallis of Ratcliffe, victualler, at the same.
The said Reginald deleted.
The said John Smithe of St. Katherine's guilty, no goods, seeks the book, reads, branded. Led to gaol.
The said John Smithe of St. Botolph's and Alice at large.
Sureties for the said John and Alice:—John Springham, weaver, and Charles Neave, shoemaker, both of St. Botolph's aforesaid.
Sureties for the said Reginald:—John Forsett of Bishopsgate Street, tailor, and Thomas Davys of Shoreditch, tailor. The said Reginald bound over for entertaining suspected persons and taking stolen goods to pawn, and also to give evidence against the said John Smithe for the said birding-piece.
Sess. Roll 524/4, 8, 92, 174, 181.
Sess. Reg. 1/641.
G.D.R. 1/230d.

22 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
John Smith [Smythe] and Richard Smith of Staines, yeomen, for stealing a brown bay mare worth 40s. from a man unknown at the same.
The said John guilty, no goods, to be hanged.
The said Richard not guilty. Both led to gaol. An examination.
Sess. Roll 524/175, 181.
G.D.R. 1/230d.

23 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Mary Brewer of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, spinster, for stealing a ruff-band worth 3d., two aprons worth 5d., two coifs worth 1d., three old cross-cloths worth 1d., and two hand-towels worth 1d. from Robert Sherley of the same, cutler, at the same.
Not guilty. Led to gaol.
Sess. Roll 524/71, 176, 181.
G.D.R. 1/230d.

2 September, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
William Downes of Golding Lane, yeoman, William Scarlett [Skarlett], yeoman, Mary Scarlett, spinster [wife of the said William Scarlett], and Ann Hendricke [Hendrick, Henricke], spinster, all of the same, for stealing six silver spoons worth 30s., two carpets of green cloth worth 60s., a cloak worth 30s., three table-cloths worth 20s., three sheets worth 30s., six shirts worth 20s., a cipres hat-band worth 3s., two ells of holland worth 4s., four holland aprons worth 10s., two cupboard-cloths worth 15s., a ruff-band worth 7s., eleven smocks worth 40s., and a rapier worth 6s. 8d. belonging to William Morton [Moreton] the elder, of Croydon, co. Surrey, gentleman, at the same [at Golding Lane]; and of Elizabeth, wife of Lewis Floyde of Golding Lane, pinmaker, for receiving and helping them at the same.
The said William Downes postponed on recognizances and respited to prison to the gaol of Surrey because it appears to have been a burglary at Croydon in the county of Surrey. Led to gaol.
The said William Scarlett guilty, no goods, seeks the book, does not have it because it appears on evidence to have been a burglary in the county of Surrey, therefore to be hanged. Led to gaol.
The said Mary and Elizabeth not guilty. [The said Elizabeth at large].
The said Ann guilty, no goods, to be hanged, respited to prison after judgment because pregnant. Not tried.
Prosecutors: William Hodgson [Hockson] of Rosemary Lane, victualler, William Morton the younger, gentleman, Margaret Jones,
Sess. Roll 524/90, 93, 97, 177, 181.
G.D.R. 1/230, 230d, 2/1b, 11d.

12 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
James Capys [Cappes] and John Satterfeilde [Satterford] of Islington, yeomen, for assaulting Robert Morrys [Morris] of the same, tailor, and George Mosson of St. Anne's, Blackfriars, gentleman, at a place called "lee Mantles" in or near the highway at Islington, and stealing a pair of gloves worth 8d., and a knife with a sheath worth 4d. from the said Robert.
Both guilty, no goods, to be hanged. The said John respited to prison after judgment. Both led to gaol.
Sess. Roll 524/178, 181.
G.D.R. 1/230d, 2/1bd.

27 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Jury writ, issued by Sir Thomas Lake, Knight, for the Sessions to be held at Hicks Hall on Wednesday [8] September next following.
Endorsed that the execution of the writ appears in a certain schedule annexed to the same. Edward Rotheram and Alexander Prescott, sheriffs.
Sess. Roll 524/179.

Wednesday, 8 September, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Sessions of the Peace held at Hicks Hall.

NAMES OF JURORS.
John Holmes of Holborn. Sworn.
Ralph Fox of Holborn.
William Brymshawe of Holborn. Sworn.
William Cooke of Holborn. Sworn.
Percy Johnes of Holborn.
Thomas Reynolds of Holborn.
John Robinson of Holborn.
John Lyvesey of Holborn. Sworn.
— Tite of Chick Lane. Sworn.
William Devinishe of Saffron Hill. Sworn.
Robert Johnes of Saffron Hill. Sworn.
Samuel Pursett of Saffron Hill. Sworn.
Roger Holman of Chancery Lane.
— Stoney of Chancery Lane.
Thomas Hearinge of Chancery Lane. Sworn.
Christopher Hardy of Chancery Lane.
John Crane of Holborn. Sworn.
— Hill of Holborn.
John Sheppard of Holborn.
Christopher — of Holborn.
William P— of Holborn.
Ambrose — of Holborn.
— of— Lane. Sworn.
Henry Hurlston of Holborn. Sworn.
Francis Kirtle of Holborn [deleted].
Thomas Bourne of Holborn.
John Hutchyns of Holborn. Sworn.
Francis Worseley of Holborn. Late.
Geoffrey Cooke of Chancery Lane.
John Vyncentt of Chancery Lane.
George Smyth of Chancery Lane.
Roger Barber of Chancery Lane.
William Greene of Chancery Lane. Sworn.
— — of Chancery Lane.
Henry Banckes of Chancery Lane. Sworn.
William Bright of Chancery Lane. Sworn.
Peter A —ard of Holborn.
Thomas Fawcett of Holborn. [deleted].
Ralph Radford of Holborn.
Thomas Cook of Gray's Inn Lane. Sworn.
Robert Wright of Gray's Inn Lane. Sworn.
Sess. Roll 524/180.

JURY LIST.
Robert Russell of Shoreditch, gentleman.
William Mustyan of Shoreditch, gentleman. Sworn.
John —, gentleman.
Thomas Band of Westminster, gentleman.
Geoffrey Pasmore of Westminster. Sworn.
William Heyward of Westminster. Sworn.
Thomas Burton of Westminster. Sworn.
William Vyncent [Vincent] of Willesden. Sworn.
Cuthbert Burbage of Shoreditch. Sworn.
John Cooke of Shoreditch. Sworn.
Henry Hodge of Shoreditch. Sworn.
John Blomston of Hoxton. Sworn.
Christopher Heyward of Hoxton Sworn.
Laurence Rowe of Hoxton. Sworn.
John Millen of Old Street. Sworn.
Thomas Hill of St. John Street.
Thomas Leared of Holborn. Sworn.
Thomas Brett of Westminster.
Thomas Maddox of Westminster. Sworn.
John Pawlett of Willesden.
William Marshe of Willesden.
Edward Pawlett of Willesden.
Edward Twiforde of Willesden.
John Burton of Willesden.
William Vyncent of Acton.
John Gates of Ealing.
Thomas Childe of Acton.
John Davye of Enfield.
Robert Curtys of Enfield.
William Billinge of Enfield.
John Welch of Edmonton.
John Woodroffe of Edmonton.
John White of Edmonton.
Thomas Tanner of Hendon.
Allan Parson of Hendon.
Henry Page of Kenton.
Robert Walter of Kenton.
Sess. Roll 524/157.

9 September, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Gaol Delivery Roll.
George Busshell led to gaol for felony. Delivered by proclamation.
Michael Banester [Bannester] led to gaol for default of good sureties. Delivered by proclamation.
William Green led to gaol for burglary. Respited without bail.
Stephen Olles led to gaol for default of good sureties.
John Brookman led to gaol for —.
Robert Pryce led to gaol for default of good sureties. Delivered by proclamation.
William Hutchens led to gaol for cozenage. Delivered by proclamation.
Jane Weekes led to gaol on a coroner's warrant for suspicion of murder, viz. an infant. Delivered by proclamation.
William Granger led to gaol for felony, viz. a cloak. Respited for fourteen days and then to be delivered if no other cause is presented.
Thomas Hutchens led to gaol for felony, viz. horses. Delivered by proclamation.

Respited:—
George Shorte. Delivered by proclamation.
Stephen Sadde. Respited to Sir Thomas Bennett, Knight. Delivered by proclamation.
Thomas Chapman. Respited without bail to the gaol at Hertford, for a cutpurse.
John Haynes and William Surbye. For the gaol at Hertford. Respited without bail for "Brownistes."

Respited after judgment:—

John Slyfeilde.
Edward Pyngrell [Pingrell]Convicted for robbery.
William Fortescue.
John Greene.
William Denman.
Helen Sparkes.Convicted before, respited to prison.
Rebecca Nightingale.
Elizabeth Turner.
Jane Grove.
Mary Roberts.
Christiana Mosse [Manestye].

Sess. Roll 524/181.
G.D.R. 1/223d, 226d, 230, 2/1b, 1bd.

SESSIONS REGISTER. VOLUME I.

p. 637. Came and discharged:—

John Atkinson of Tower Hill, woodmonger.

Edward Lightfoote of Guildhall Gate, London, chandler.

Respited until the next and then to bring 20s. to John the keeper of the house, which he hath done:—

Robert Dudley of Charterhouse Lane, tailor.

p.641. Francis Towneley and Thomas Towneley of Littleton, gentlemen, handed in bail to William Peacocke of Finchley, gentleman, and Thomas Hill of St. John Street, yeoman (and Vol. 2, p.5)

p.642. For tippling:—

Anthony Porter of High Holborn, victualler. Sureties:—John Watson "pictor-maker," and Thomas Walsall, yeoman, both of the same.

William Gwillen of Norton Folgate, victualler. Sureties:— Nicholas Gwillen of Southwark, co. Surrey, feltmaker, and Francis Clarke of the same, linen-draper.

Philip Barbor of St. Mary-le-Strand, victualler. Sureties:—John Beane of Norton Folgate, yeoman, and the said Francis Clarke.

Benjamin Cooper of Cow Cross, victualler. Sureties:—Richard Tonge of Whitechapel, yeoman, and William Stevens of Cow Cross, yeoman.

George Shakerley of West Ham, co. Essex, yeoman, to appear and give evidence against William Greene for felony (and Vol. 2, p. 5).

Order for Thomas Lee and Adam Kempton of St. Clement Danes, tailors, not to proceed in their buildings at St. Clement Danes, until further order shall be taken by the Commissioners of Annoyances, for that it appears by a certificate from the foreman and others of the jury who have taken view of it, to be an encroachment and annoyance. p.643. Further order for the said Thomas and Adam, who have ignored the former order, to be bound not to proceed until the rest of the jury shall take a review and certify the same under all their hands to the Commissioners.

Mary Pulman committed to Newgate for railing and fighting in face of the Court. Afterwards ordered to be sent to Bridewell to be whipped (and G.D.R. 1/230).

p.644. George Owen of Smithfield Bar, butcher, committed to Newgate until he shall put in sureties, for threatening to set his neighbours' houses on fire, as appears upon the oath of Robert Collinworthe, and for divers other misdemeanours and abuses certified by Richard Tufnell, Leonard Richardson, Simon Neale and others of the inhabitants. Reprieved without bail (and G.D.R. 1/230).

Order for John Baker not to keep an alehouse in his house wherein he now dwells in St. John Street after Allhallows-tide next, for that the house is an unfit place, and never heretofore used as an alehouse.

p.645. [blank] Comyngs, a notorious cutpurse, committed.

Thomas Frenche and John Wigley of Old Street, shoemakers, complain that they had two cans of beer containing not above a pint apiece, for which they paid 2d., in the house of Simon Kilbye in Charterhouse Lane. It is therefore ordered that he be dismissed from victualling for the space of three years.

For tippling:—

John Hopkenson of St. Katherine's, victualler. Sureties:—Thomas Corbett, barber-surgeon, and Ellis Prewe, victualler, both of the same.

James Rogers of Gray's Inn Lane, victualler. Sureties:—Francis Downes of Fetter Lane, yeoman, and Humphrey Ball of Cow Cross, yeoman. The said James came and was fined.

GAOL DELIVERY REGISTER. VOLUME I.

f.230. Delivered by proclamation:—

William Bannett.

Robert Davies reprieved for bail for good behaviour, "a common bayle."

PROCESS REGISTER BOOK OF INDICTMENTS. VOLUME I.

f.23. John Price of St. Andrew's, Holborn, yeoman, for tippling without licence.

Francis Knight of the same, yeoman, for selling forbidden herbs, and for tippling without licence.

[blank] Bolles of the same, widow, for the like.

For selling tobacco and keeping disordered houses:—

James Rawlins of St. Andrew's, Holborn, yeoman.

Roger Gunter of the same, yeoman.

James Jackson of the same, yeoman.

Nathaniel Feild of the same, yeoman.

Edward Watershorne of the same, yeoman.

Alice Peirse of the same, yeoman [sic].

John Lynley of St. Andrew's, Holborn, yeoman, for selling forbidden herbs, and for tippling without licence.

For refusing to work in the highways:—

Days.
John Pursloe of Hammersmith, gentleman6
Bartholomew Martindale of the same, yeoman6
Simon Coope of the same, yeoman6
John Stoppe of the same, yeoman6
[blank] Craddocke of the same, gentleman6
Sir Edward Stanley of the same, Knight6
Michael Candishe of the same, gentleman6
Randall Bull of the same, esquire6
Thomas Hunt of the same, esquire6
f.23d. Eustace Kelley of the same, yeoman6
William Spickernill of the same, yeoman6
Peter Starky of the same, yeoman6