Sessions, 1614
28 and 30 March

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Centre for Metropolitan History

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William Le Hardy (editor)

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1935

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370-400

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'Sessions, 1614: 28 and 30 March', County of Middlesex. Calendar to the sessions records: new series, volume 1: 1612-14 (1935), pp. 370-400. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=82316 Date accessed: 02 September 2014.


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Sessions of the Peace and Gaol Delivery, 28 and 30 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614].

SESSIONS ROLL.

Recognizances of:—

28 February, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
George Mansfield of Wapping Wall, tailor, to give evidence against Henry Lambe for robbing him.
The said Henry delivered by proclamation.
Sess. Roll 529/1.
G.D.R. 2/14d.

—March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Thomas Wardall of High Holborn, tailor, Robert Mason of Norton Folgate, tailor, and William Croswell of St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, turner, for the said Thomas for ——.
Sess. Roll 529/2.
Sess. Reg. 2/52.
G.D.R. 2/16d.

27 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614].
William Carns of St. Mary Abchurch, goldsmith, Thomas Carns, goldsmith, and Ralph Skellett, gardener, both of the same, for the said William; and of the said William and Thomas Samford of Whitechapel, silk-weaver, for Paul Jefferson of the same, silkweaver; and of the said William for Richard Ferburne of the same, turner: all for abusing Mr. Holt the headborough of Stepney, refusing to aid him, and beating his wife.
The said Paul ordered to be set in the stocks for speaking these words to the constable:—"I charge you in the Kinges name to kisse my tayle."
Sess. Roll 529/3, 73, 74.
Sess. Reg. 2/52, 56.

11 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Clement Watson and Roger Noble of St. Saviour's, Southwark, co. Surrey, silk-throwsters, for the said Clement, servant to Francis Rubye of the same, silk-throwster, for assisting the apprentices in pulling down Joan Leake's house in Shoreditch on Shrove Tuesday, being in their riotous company; and of John Harris of the same, tailor, and Edmund Dawson of St. Magnus', woodmonger, for William Champion of St. Saviour's, woodmonger, to appear and bring forth Ralph Bettes his servant; and of Robert Fokyn of St. Katherine's, haberdasher, to appear; and of Edward Ingram of St. Clement Danes, locksmith, and John Potter of the same, clockmaker, for the said John Potter and John Pardo of the same, locksmith; and of Thomas Jenkinson of St. Katherine's, cordwainer, for John Gaunte of the same, haberdasher; and of John Walden of St. Botolph'swithout-Bishopsgate, pewterer, and Edward Tailor of the same, needlemaker, for Richard Popkin of Barmesby Street, Southwark, baker, servant to Richard Millerd of the same, baker; and of Thomas Baker of St. Saviour's, woodmonger, and the said William Champion, for the said Thomas Baker; and of Robert Hopkins and Nathaniel Powell of Clerkenwell, blacksmiths, for John Scoper and John Willyams of the same, blacksmiths: all to appear for the said riot, the said Scoper and Willyams having a piece of a spit and of a gridcover, confessed to be gotten there.
Sess. Roll 529/4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 34, 78, 80.
Sess. Reg. 2/50, 51, 52, 56.
G.D.R. 2/16d

22 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
John Wheeler of Grub Street, apothecary, Henry Scott, tailor, and Joseph Arment, bowyer, both of the same, for the said John to appear: "a wissard and tells where stollen goods are."
Sess. Roll 529/5.
Sess. Reg 2/50.

5 March, 11 James I ]A.D. 1613–14].
Robert Edlynn of Harrow Weald, yeoman, and John Edlynn the elder of the same, collier, for Richard Edlynn the younger of the same, labourer, to keep the peace towards Michael Bedford of the same.
Sess. Roll 529/10.
Sess. Reg. 2/51, 60.

20 February, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Samuel Gressam of Wapping, yeoman, to give evidence against Elizabeth Parrie, spinster, daughter of Margaret Parrie of the same, widow; and of the said Margaret and Thomas Bandberrie of the same, carman, for the said Elizabeth to appear; and of Lawrence Osborne of Stepney, blacksmith, and John Sharpe of Whitechapel, gunmaker, for Priscilla, wife of the said Lawrence, for enticing and persuading the said Elizabeth to steal and purloin certain goods of the said Samuel Gressam.
Sess. Roll 529/11, 14, 22.
Sess. Reg. 2/51.
G.D.R. 2/16d.

3 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Joan, wife of David Wilson of Ratcliffe, cutler, and Helen, wife of John Alcocke of the same, barber-surgeon, to give evidence against Agnes, wife of Thomas Buckett, Mary Harrison of the same, spinster, John Kempe, gentleman, and John Hills of Limehouse, sailor, touching their evil lives and conversations; and of — of Ratcliffe, cutler, and William Kayes of the same, tailor, for — charged by the said Helen to keep a house of incontinency; and of Humphrey Yealverton of the same, carpenter, and — Baker of —, sailor, for the said John Hills; and of Robert Stanton of Ratcliffe, sailor, and Thomas Rutter of the same, barber-surgeon, for the said John Kempe, both for being found in a house of incontinency with the said Mary Harrison, a woman of very lewd conversation; and of John Jackson of Chick Lane, cloth-worker, and Robert Kinge of Norton Folgate, yeoman, for the said Mary to appear.
Sess. Roll 529/12, 13, 16, 17, 18, 21.
Sess. Reg. 2/51.

18 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
George Moore of Knockfergus, tailor, and Richard Cooper of the same, smith, for Christopher Gauntlett of the same, and Grace his wife, suspected to receive stolen goods.
Sess. Roll 529/19.
Sess. Reg. 2/51.

26 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614].
Robert Reynoldes of St. Bride's, cutler, to give evidence against Helen Scisly of St. Sepulchre's, widow, for stealing a cipres hat-band and 8s. in money out of the pocket of one Shawe; and of Robert Francis, citizen and grocer of London, Roland Fletcher of London, cook, and Francis Allmon of the same, tailor, for the said Helen to appear; and of Richard Gray of St. Giles'-without-Cripplegate, silkweaver, and John Coxe of St. Bride's, vintner, for Edward Holder of St. Giles' aforesaid, coach-rein-maker, to answer the said Robert Reynoldes.
Sess. Roll 529/23, 29, 30.
Sess. Reg. 2/47.
G.D.R. 2/16d.

7 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Edward Standley of Fleet Lane, shoemaker, to prosecute John Lapp of Blew Court in Field Lane, shoemaker; and of Richard Traske of Saffron Hill and Robert Wilton of Holborn, shoemakers, for the said John to appear; and of Lewis Phillippes of Field Lane, labourer, to prosecute Katherine, wife of the said John Lapp, for stealing a gown; and of Richard Benson of Field Lane and Henry Hall of Ratcliffe, shoemakers, for the said Katherine to appear.
Sess. Roll 529/24, 25, 37, 134.
G.D.R. 2/16d.

10 February, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Robert Bateman of St. Andrew's, barber-surgeon, and John Phillipps of Charterhouse Lane, barber, for Sarah, wife of John Hurdis [Hardis] of the City of Coventry, grocer.
The said Sarah is brought before me [i.e. Nicholas Kempe, esq.] by Mr. Limber, constable, and Mr. Jackson and Mr. Capcot, headboroughs in High Holborn, upon suspicion of lewd life and conversation, as also lodging in the house of Jane, wife of Timothy Snellinge of Holborn, gentleman, who is suspected to keep a brothel house.
The said Jane brought likewise and handed in bail to Geoffrey Holmes of the Barbican in St. Giles'-without-Cripplegate, skinner, and Samuel Tucker of Holborn.
Sess. Roll 528/105.
Sess. Roll 529/26.
Sess. Reg. 2/42, 46.

21 February, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
William Horseman of St. Andrew's, Holborn, yeoman, for Thomas Townesend of the same, yeoman, to keep the peace at the suit of [blank] Gould.
Sess. Roll 529/27.
Sess. Reg. 2/47.

15 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
William Cadworth of Charterhouse Lane in St. Sepulchre's, haberdasher [gentleman], Melchar Holland of Cow Lane in the same, farthingale-maker, and Thomas Mansley of St. Andrew's, Holborn, gentleman, for Lewis Flod [Flud] of Golding Lane in St. Sepulchre's aforesaid, pinmaker, charged to have bought divers stolen goods; and of the said William and Melchar for the said Lewis for receiving two pieces of plate stolen from George Walker, esquire, at Tottenham.
Sess. Roll 529/28, 35.
G.D.R. 2/16d.

25 February, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Thomas Brooke of Kensington, butcher, for Abraham Walter of the same, drover, to answer John Mathewes.
Sess. Roll 529/31.
Sess. Reg. 2/47.

9 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Brian Phillips of Whitechapel, thimble-maker [smith], for Agnes Baldwyn of Stepney, widow, to answer Francis Johnson; and of the said Brian and John White of the same, tailor, for Ellen, wife of the said Brian, for receiving stolen goods.
Sess. Roll 529/32, 76.
Sess. Reg. 2/47, 50.

8 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Frederick Greene of Fenchurch Street, yeoman, to give evidence against Margaret Fisher for stealing his cloak.
The said Margaret delivered by proclamation.
Sess. Roll 529/33.
G.D.R. 2/14d.

16 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
William Wetherlie of St. John Street, innholder, and Martin Wetherlie of the same, yeoman, for Francis Rayne of the same, yeoman, suspected to have stolen a cloak.
Sess. Roll 529/36.
G.D.R. 2/16d.

21 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Abraham Musgreve [Musgrave] of St. John Street, innholder, for brewing in his own house ale or beer of extraordinary strength above the rate of 8s. the barrel, and for exercising the mystery of a brewer, never having been apprenticed according to the law; and of William Shelton of Islington, innholder, and John Sutton of Allhallows, Barking, shipwright, for the said William for the like.
Sess. Roll 529/38, 39.
Sess. Reg. 2/48, 49.

26 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614].
William Blake of Allhallows, London Wall, tailor, Roger Johnson of Ludgate Hill, haberdasher, and Thomas Brewer of Goswell Street, shoemaker, for Rowland Clarke of Gray's Inn Lane, yeoman, for having attempted to pick the lock of a chamber-door in Gray's Inn, and a pick-lock key found to have been let fall by him at his apprehension
Sess. Roll 529/40.
Sess. Reg. 2/48.

25 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614].
Thomas Favell of Clerkenwell, blacksmith, for Elizabeth Goatley of the same, spinster, brought by the officers and inhabitants of the same, and generally complained to be a common scold.
Sess. Roll 529/41.
Sess. Reg. 2/48.

14 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
John Austen of St. Sepulchre's, haberdasher, and Thomas Foster of the same, embroiderer, for John Mason of the same, girdler, for taking bribes not to inform against certain victuallers for their defective measures, as appears in the information of Alice Bell and Francis Grevill.
Sess. Roll 529/42.
Sess. Reg. 2/47.

19 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Henry Savadge of Field Lane, joiner, John Haydon of Cow Cross, yeoman, and Hugh Jones of Field Lane, victualler, for the said Henry for making and affray and tumult in St. John Street.
Sess. Roll 529/43.
Sess. Reg. 2/47.

4 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
George Nicholles of St. Sepulchre's, yeoman, and William Clarke of Clerkenwell, labourer, for Ann, wife of the said George to keep the peace towards Sarah Warren.
Sess. Roll 529/44.
Sess. Reg. 2/47.

25 February, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
William Tasker and Nathaniel Powell of Turnmill Street, blacksmiths, for Mary Moseley of the same, spinster, to keep the peace towards Andrew Dawson.
Sess. Roll 529/45.
Sess. Reg. 2/47.

25 February, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
William Frend [?] of St. Katherine's, alebrewer, and William Perry of St. Botolph's-without-Aldersgate, yeoman, for Christopher Blether of St. Clement Danes, yeoman, for making an affray and tumult at the Fortune Playhouse.
Sess. Roll. 529/46.
Sess. Reg. 2/47.

22 February, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Robert Smith of St. John Street, gentleman, and Richard Dickenson of Smeeton Westerby, co. Leicester, yeoman, for Edward Dickenson of St. John Street, gentleman, to keep the peace towards Matthew Coates.
Sess. Roll 529/47.
Sess. Reg. 2/47.

20 February, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
— Brush and Richard Castleman of St. Olave's, Southwark, co. Surrey, feltmakers, for Dorothy Magick [Madgicke] of High Holborn, spinster, for deceiving and cozening Mistress Susan Poole, wife of Thomas Poole, gentleman.
The said Susan was committed until she shall put in very good sureties for good behaviour, and to appear for practising with the said Dorothy to destroy her husband and Mrs. Heath her mother-inlaw by witchcraft; and afterwards handed in bail to John Gowdge [Gowge] of St. Andrew's, Holborn, Doctor of Medicine, and William Foster of St. Clement Danes, merchant-tailor. Afterwards came and was discharged upon the promise of Mr. Richardson and the said Mr. Gowge that she should appear at any time when called for, and at the Sessions held 7 October, 12 James I [A.D. 1614] was respited until the next by Sir Henry Mountague, Knight, Recorder.
Sess. Roll 529/48.
Sess. Reg. 2/47, 53, 56.
G.D.R. 2/32.

21 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
John Parker [?] of St. Giles'-in-the-Fields, yeoman, and Roger Phillips of Hosier Lane, joiner, for Edward Graunger of the same, gentleman, to be of good behaviour.
Sess. Roll 529/49.
Sess. Reg. 2/51.

25 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614].
Stephen Warner of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, carman, for abusing Sir Jerome Bowes, Knight, by misbehaving himself towards him.
Handed over further in bail to Thomas Warner, carman, and William Stacie, yeoman, both of the same.
Sess. Roll 529/50.
Sess. Roll 531/108.
Sess. Reg. 2/51, 65.

14 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Thomas — of London, gentleman, and Richard Lynsey of the same, gentleman, for Alice Lee of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, spinster, suspected to be a common whore.
Sess. Roll 529/51.
Sess. Reg. 2/51.

10 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Jane Scutt of Turnmill Street, spinster, to give evidence against Ralph Hopkins of the same, victualler; and of the said Ralph for himself and Alice his wife, for receiving stolen goods.
Sess. Roll 529/53, 88.
Sess. Reg. 2/51.

25 February, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Rise Griffith of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, gentleman, and Richard Kidd of St. Clement's, —, for Lewis Hughes of St. Martin's aforesaid, yeoman, to keep the peace.
Sess. Roll 529/54.
Sess. Reg. 2/51.

19 February, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
James Reade of St. Giles'-without-Cripplegate, plasterer, and John Sherwood of the same, blacksmith, both to appear at the suit of Frances, wife of William Sweeper.
Sess. Roll 529/55.
Sess. Reg. 2/50, 51.

15 February, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
John —, yeoman, servant to —, clerk of the market, for Matthew Beale of St. Bride's, feltmaker, for enticing away the apprentice of John Gatkins of Limehouse, mariner, and striking the headborough.
Sess. Roll 529/56.
Sess. Reg. 2/49.

15 February, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
William Gillom of Ratcliffe, carpenter, and — — of Whitechapel, tailor, for Richard Jagger of Ratcliffe, carpenter, for refusing to live with his lawful wife, being with child, and leaving both her and the child upon the parish.
Sess. Roll 529/57.
Sess. Reg. 2/49.

17 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
John Turner of Whetstone, wheelwright, to prosecute Ann [Agnes] Robinson for being delivered of a bastard child and destroying it; and of Alice Smithe and Agnes Rodes of Whetstone, widows, to give evidence against the said Ann Robinson, prisoner in the gaol of Newgate.
The said Ann guilty, no goods, to be hanged.
Sess. Roll 529/61, 126.
G.D.R. 2/15.

7 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Robert Jones of Chick Lane, blacksmith, and Edmund Foster of South Mimms, weaver, for Daniel Evans of the same, plasterer, to keep the peace towards Roger Hodsdon of the same, high constable.
Sess. Roll 529/62.
Sess. Reg. 2/47.

20 February, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
John Dorwyn [Dorwin] of St. Botolph's-without-Aldgate, smith, to give evidence against Ralph Huffe, for horses.
The said Ralph respited for bail.
Sess. Roll 529/65.
G.D.R. 2/14d.

25 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614].
Elizabeth Phillipps of St. Olave's, co. Surrey, widow, to give evidence against Robert Hambleton of Limehouse, mariner, and John Lambert of Dover, co. Kent, cooper, accused to be in company with her husband Walter Phillipps when he was killed, and she knows not how he came by his sudden death; and of Thomas Sherwyn of Dover aforesaid, mariner, and Cuthbert Apleyarde of St. Katherine's, mariner, for the said Robert and John to appear.
Further sureties for the said Robert and John:—John Tapp of St. Magnus' near London Bridge, stationer, and George Hammond and Thomas Hambleton of Wapping, mariners.
Sess. Roll 529/66, 75, 79.
Sess. Reg. 2/48, 50, 101.

27 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Robert Newson of Norton Folgate, tailor, William Harrison of the same, shear-maker, and William Croswell of St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, turner, for the said Robert to appear.
Sess. Roll 529/68.

27 February, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Thomas Ray of Rosemary Lane, yeoman, and Bartholomew Benson of Artillery Lane, perfumer, for Alice, wife of Henry Wyber [Wyburne] of Whitechapel, woodmonger, to appear, a usual lodger of suspected persons and lewd people; and of Thomas Chandelor of Cow Cross, St. Sepulchre's, farrier, for Nicholas Harding of St. John Street, shoemaker, and Isabel his wife, to keep the peace towards the said Alice; and of William Cooke of St. Andrew's, Holborn, skinner, to give evidence against the said Nicholas; and of Thomas Pierson of Cow Cross, yeoman, and Henry Nicholls of Clerkenwell, yeoman, for the said Nicholas to appear.
Sess. Roll 529/69, 77, 135, 142.
Sess. Reg. 2/50, 53.
G.D.R. 2/16d.

4 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Thomas Hoskins [Hoskyns] of Lincoln's Inn, gentleman, and Hugh Davys of St. Dunstan's, cook, for Walter Manning of Lincoln's Inn, gentleman, Tobias Hall of St. Bartholomew's, mercer, and John Whittier of Lincoln's Inn, gentleman, all to appear.
Sess. Roll 529/70, 71, 72.
Sess. Reg. 2/52.

25 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614].
John Bayly of the Savoy, gentleman, Robert Iveson of Drury Lane, yeoman, and Thomas Richards of the same, tapster, for the said John to answer — and be ofgood behaviour.
Sess. Roll 529/82.
Sess. Reg. 2/50, 56.

25 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614].
William Jones of St. Giles'-in-the-Fields, yeoman, Christopher Wrighte, vintner, and George Collyns, yeoman, both of the same, for the said William for brewing and selling ale by unlawful measures, being charged by Abraham Phillips.
Mary, wife of the said William also came and was discharged.
Sess. Roll 529/83.
Sess. Reg. 2/48, 50, 65.

—, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
John Hayward [Heywood] of Chancery Lane, barber, and — of the same, barber, for the said John to appear at the next Sessions after the delivery of Margaret Patricke, who was begotten with child by him, and to answer to her complaint.
The said John appeared and was bound over to perform the order of the Justices.
Sess. Roll 529/84.
Sess. Reg. 2/48, 54, 56.

7 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Richard Ryder [Rider] of —, carpenter, and Richard — of — in-the-Fields, gentleman, for the said Richard Ryder for erecting certain buildings near Drury Lane, adjoining to Covent Garden, upon new foundations; and of Thomas — of Drury Lane, carpenter, for erecting a new tenement in Covent Garden on the backside of the house of the said Thomas, being the Sign of the Lion in Drury Lane.
Sess. Roll 529/85, 86.
Sess. Reg. 2/49.

27 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614].
Clement Chapman of Westminster, joiner, and Bartholomew Parker and William Netherwood of the same, brewers, for Henry Lumbard [Lumbart] of the same, baker, for receiving a stolen cloak of the goods of Thomas Estowe [Easter] of the Strand, merchanttailor.
Sess. Roll 529/90.
Sess. Reg. 2/49, 51.
G.D.R. 2/16d.

3 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
John Vigures of Soper Lane, merchant, and Martin Greene of Knockfergus, to give evidence against John Anwick, now in prison for suspicion of felony.
Sess. Roll 529/91, 94.

5 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Nathaniel — of Wapping, —, to give evidence against Bartholomew Poule [Pawle], now in prison for felony.
The said Bartholomew delivered by proclamation.
Sess. Roll 529/95.
G.D.R. 2/14d.

3 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Valentine Buck of the Precincts of St. Katherine's-next-the-Tower of London, tailor, John Mills of East Smithfield, gentleman, and William Howell [Hallowell, Hallowaye] of Tower Street [Barking Lane], embroiderer, for the said Valentine to answer George Evans of Beech Lane, for receiving and buying stolen goods.
Handed over further because the principal not yet taken, and the plaintiff is very ill.
Sess. Roll 529/96, 97.
Sess. Reg. 2/52, 56.
G.D.R. 2/16d, 21d.

3 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Richard Cranwell of St. Clement Danes, tailor, to give evidence against Richard Harris for felony.
The said Harris delivered by proclamation.
Sess. Roll 529/105.
Sess. Roll 530/118.
G.D.R. 2/14d.

23 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
William Flood and Edward Herbert of St. Clement Danes, gentlemen, John Evans of the same, yeoman, and Owen Evans of Westminster, gentleman, for the said William for stealing a sword forth of the house of Rachel Cawson in St. Martin's Lane.
Came and discharged because acquitted on oath.
Sess. Roll 529/110.
G.D.R. 2/16d.

3 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Henry Nutter of St. Clement Danes, butcher [victualler], for brewing strong ale and selling small measures without licence.
Sess. Roll 529/111.
Sess. Reg. 2/52.

20 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
John Stevenson of Coleman Street, clockmaker, for Jonas Jordeyn his apprentice, and Thomas Moore, apprentice to Thomas Nichols, carpenter, to be of good behaviour.
Sess. Roll 529/112.
Sess. Reg. 2/51.

21 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Daniel Crispe of Westminster, yeoman, and Joan his wife, and William Hunte, cook, and John —, yeoman, both of the same, for the said Daniel and Joan for harbouring thieves, and being receivers of stolen goods.
Sess. Roll 529/113.
Sess. Reg. 2/51.

22 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Francis Grevill of Turnmill Street, victualler, Thomas Ta—, tailor, and Anthony Harwell, yeoman, both of the same, for the said Francis for abusing the headborough for searching his house, Mr. Cole that brought the warrant, and the Justice that granted it.
Sess. Roll 529/114.
Sess. Reg. 2/51.

14 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Christopher Jennyson of St. Andrew's, tailor, and Thomas Bucklie of Whitecross Street, chandler, for Alice, wife of Anthony Liste of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, victualler, suspected to keep a bawdy house.
Sess. Roll 129/115.
Sess. Reg. 2/51.

6 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
John Utting of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, yeoman, presented by the Jury of Annoyances for keeping an Ordinary and victualling at all hours in the night, to the annoyance of the neighbours.
Sess. Roll 529/116.
Sess. Reg. 2/51.

5 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
John Thornton of St. Martin's [St. Giles']-in-the-Fields, gentleman, for abusing my warrant [i.e. of Edward Forsett, esq.] "to his own evell purposes."
Handed in bail to John Stampe of Southwark, gentleman, and George Lister of the Savoy, gentleman.
Sess. Roll 529/117.
Sess. Reg. 2/51, 53, 57.

28 February, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Thomas Scott of Westminster, labourer, Gloud Hamilton and John Brockas of the same, gentlemen, for the said Thomas to keep the peace towards Thomas Pettye.
Sess. Roll 529/118.
Sess. Reg. 2/51.

1 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Fowlke Davies of St. Gregory's, —, to give evidence against Thomas Lydelo of Poplar, surgeon.
Sess. Roll 529/121.

20 February, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Andrew Foxe of Lombard Street, haberdasher, to give evidence before the Grand Jury and the jury passing upon the trial of Jane Tompson of Guildford, co. Surrey, who is charged with stealing certain linen, plate and other things from Thomas Clarke the elder of London, haberdasher.
Came in London.
Sess. Roll 529/123.

21 February, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Mungo Carmihill of London, merchant-stranger, to give evidence against Robert Hamleton of Westminster, yeoman, for felony.
The said Robert delivered by proclamation.
Sess. Roll 529/124.
G.D.R. 2/14d.

12 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Walter Withe of Hendon, husbandman, and Robert Chiltern of the same, labourer, both charged by Elizabeth Wilkinson [Wilkenson] to be the reputed father of a woman-child of which she was lately delivered in the said parish, which she upon her examining at sundry times doth in such sort charge both of them that as she saith she cannot clear either of them, but that the one of them may as well be the true father of the said child as the other, and will not directly charge one, but the other also; therefore the said Walter and Robert are to appear to be ordered for discharging the said parish of the said child, and for the relieving and keeping of the same.
The said Walter ordered to pay 20s. to the churchwardens of Hendon in the presence of Mr. Barnes.
The said Robert proved upon oath to be the reputed father and committed in bail, till he discharge the parish, to Jeremiah Littleboye of Finchley, yeoman, and Charles Middleton of Hendon, gentleman.
Sislea Chiltherne handed in bail to the said Robert and Jeremiah for striking Walter Withe's wife in face of the Court.
Charles Roe, servant to the Earl of Lennox, bound over for begetting the said Elizabeth with child, by his own confession.
Sess. Roll 529/129.
Sess. Reg. 2/49, 53, 56, 57.

4 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
[Fragment of a recognizance, written on paper, taken before Richard Brownlow, esquire].
Sess. Roll 529/130.

22 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
John Becket of Cow Cross, shoemaker, and Katherine Sheppard of Turnmill Street, spinster, to give evidence against Mary Tailor alias Bailey for stealing their goods.
The said Mary delivered by proclamation.
Sess. Roll 529/138.
G.D.R. 2/14d.

23 February, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Robert Strudder and Walter Peacocke of Redbourn, co. Hertford, yeomen, and John Pitter of Whitechapel, yeomen, all to give evidence against John Crosse for robbing them in the highway, and in the meantime the said Robert is to deliver the iron-grey horse back again to the Bailiff until the trial of the party.
The said Crosse respited without bail.
Sess. Roll 529/140.
Sess. Reg. 2/53, 57.
G.D.R. 2/14d.

28 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614].
Roger Peremayne [Pearman] of High Holborn, victualler, James Wheeler, shoemaker, and Oliver Plunckett, cutler, both of the same, for the said Roger; and of Andrew Wood, Richard Mascall and Robert Hands of Holloway, victuallers, all mutual sureties; and of Thomas Gall of the same, gentleman, and Stephen Fisher of the same, yeoman, for Ezekiel Catesbye of the same, victualler; and of John Lighterfoote of the same, victualler, and Walter Hasting of Kentish Town, victualler, each for the other; and of William Shelton of Islington, innholder, for Robert Pierson of the same, victualler; and of Thomas Ashe of the Barbican, gentleman, and John Pitt of Charterhouse Lane, yeoman, for Robert Jones of Chick Lane, victualler; and of Thomas Andrewes of Kentish Town, victualler, Christopher Hunter of St. Giles'-without-Cripplegate, weaver, and John Pallmer of the same, chandler, for the said Thomas Andrewes: all for exercising the mystery of a brewer, not having been apprenticed to the same, and for brewing drink of extraordinary strength above the rate of 8s. the barrel.
Sess. Roll 529/143, 144, 145, 146,
147, 148, 148a, 149, 150, 151.
Sess. Reg. 2/48, 49.

19 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Edmund Cage of Shoreditch, schoolmaster, and William Chamberleine of the same, weaver, for Roger Dale of the same, tailor, for offering violence to the Constable in the execution of his office, and beating the Beadle assisting the Constable.
Sess. Roll 529/152.
Sess. Reg. 2/48.

18 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
John Bartlett of Field Lane, esquire, and Edme Rebours of the same, stranger, for Loys Debonnayre of the same, stranger, to keep the peace towards Michael Watton.
Sess. Roll 529/153.
Sess. Reg. 2/48.

17 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Robert Hayward [Haywood] of Islington, tailor, William Staple [Staples], bricklayer, and Abraham Leewood, shoemaker, both of the same, for the said Robert for begetting Elizabeth Asplin with child, and to stand to the Justices' order for keeping the child, and to discharge the parish of St. Clement Danes.
Handed over further in bail to Theodore Heyward of Great Parndon, clerk.
Sess. Roll 529/154.
Sess. Reg. 2/47, 56, 69.

25 February, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
John Newman of Stepney, yeoman, and John Kiddar of St. Martin'sin-the-Vintry, silkweaver, for Thomas West of "Redriffe" [Rotherhithe], co. Surrey, fishmonger, and for Margery Gibson of Horsleydown, co. Surrey, widow, both for living incontinently together: they two were both taken in a chamber together alone at eleven of the clock in the night by the officers.
Sess. Roll 529/155, 156.
Sess. Reg. 2/47.

21 February, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
— — of Cow Cross, beadle, and Thomas Rice of the same, feltmaker, for Francis Seelie [Seelye] of the same, victualler, to keep the peace towards — West.
Sess. Roll 529/157.
Sess. Reg. 2/47.

Information by:—

28 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614].
Roger Risbye against John Burgesse of Westminster, chandler, for engrossing the market since 1 May last by buying 100 flitches of bacon each worth 10s., with the intention of re-selling them. The said John is fined £50, wherof the said Roger seeks a half.
Sess. Roll 529/158.

Indictments of:—

24 June, 11 James I [A.D. 1613.]
Unice Balme [Balnes] of Wapping, spinster [wife of William Balmes, sailor], for stealing a silver plate worth 40s. from Gilbert, Earl of Shrewsbury, at Wapping aforesaid.
At large.
Prosecutors:—Charles Mather of Bread Street, yeoman, William Race of Wapping, cobbler.
Sureties:—Francis Tomlins and Thomas R— of the Precincts of St. Katherine's-near-the-Tower of London, feltmakers.
Sess. Roll 529/15, 92, 93, 159.
G.D.R. 2/16d.
P.R.B. 1/29d.

21 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Ralph Fisher and John Roades of St. Giles'-in-the-Fields, yeomen, for stealing ten cloaks worth £17 from Abraham Thirkill [Therkill, Thirkell] of St. Thomas-the-Apostle, cloakmaker, at St. Giles' aforesaid; and of Thomas Smythe [Smith] and Edward Weaver of the same, yeomen, for receiving and helping the said Ralph and John at the same, after the said felony.
The said Thomas convicted; the rest at large.
Prosecutor:—Philip James.
Sess. Roll 529/133, 160.
G.D.R. 2/14d, 16.
P.R.B. 1/29d.

18 November, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
William Freman [Freeman] of Acton, gentleman, and Tobias Wright of the same, yeoman, for stealing three bowls of silver worth £9, and a double-gilt salt of silver worth £5 from George Deacon of —, —, at the same.
The said William respited to be tried until the next, and then respited to prison without bail. It appears on evidence that he is an accessory before and after and not principal, therefore they are both discharged by the jury from that to this Sessions.
Call to Sir Thomas Bennett for an examination.
Sess. Roll 529/127, 161.
G.D.R. 2/16, 17d.
P.R.B. 1/29d.

21 December, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Thomas Smyth of the Strand [Turnmill Street], yeoman, and William Cumber of the same, yeoman, for breaking into the house of Edmund Maulton at the same, about one o'clock at night, and stealing a violet-coloured cloak lined with black velvet worth £6 belonging to the said Edmund; and of Lewis Flood of Golding Lane, yeoman, for receiving and helping the said Thomas at the same, after the said felony; and of the said Thomas for stealing a cloak from Richard Pearman at Turnmill Street.
The said Thomas not guilty of the first charge, acknowledged the second, and afterwards, for another felony, to be hanged.
The said William and Lewis at large.
Sess. Roll 529/164, 199.
Sess. Reg. 2/15, 16.
P.R.B. 1/29d.

26 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614].
Robert Thacker of St. Katherine's, chandler, and Thomas Allen of the same, yeoman, for stealing four firkins of soap worth 50s. from John Leaminge.
The said Robert not guilty.
The said Thomas guilty, seeks the book, does not have it because had it before, therefore to be hanged.
Sureties for the said Robert:—John Soper of St. Katherine's, victualler, and Thomas Thoroughton of East Smithfield, baker.
Sess. Roll 529/81, 165.
Sess. Reg. 2/50.
G.D.R. 2/16.

28 December, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
John Guardour [Gworder] of St. Clement Danes, yeoman, for stealing two and a quarter yards of black cloth worth 45s., eighteen yards of white "levyn" taffeta worth 24s., eleven yards of purple "levyn" taffeta worth 6s., and three yards of black "levyn" taffeta worth 3s. from John Rowland of the same, tailor, at the same.
Guilty, no goods, seeks the book, reads, to be branded.
Sess. Roll 529/101, 166.
G.D.R. 2/16.

1 December, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Allan Higgenson [Dickenson] of Mile End Green [Islington], yeoman, for stealing two hides of leather worth 26s. from Robert Mumford at Mile End Green; also a brown bay mare worth £4 from Edward Goodwyn at Islington; also £3 13s. 4d. in money from Daniel Payne at the same; also a fustian doublet of sand colour worth 10s., a pair of fustian breeches of ash colour worth 8s., a cloak of violet colour worth 30s., a woman's gown of violet colour worth 30s. and a Bible worth 5s. from Jehoshaphat Browne at the same.
Guilty, no goods, to be hanged.
Prosecutors:—Robert Sparkes, William Leggatte, Edmund Leggatt [deleted].
Sess. Roll 529/167, 170, 176, 201.
G.D.R. 2/15, 16.

26 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614].
William Flood of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, yeoman, for stealing a sword worth £3, and a pair of hangers worth 20s. from John Price [Payne] at the same.
Not guilty.
Prosecutors:—John Prichard, Elizabeth Prichard.
Sess. Roll 529/168.
G.D.R. 2/15d, 16.

28 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614].
Thomas Holden of Clerkenwell, yeoman, for stealing a cloth cloak worth 12s. from William Lowe at the same.
Guilty, no goods, seeks the book, does not read, to be hanged.
Prosecutors:—William Parsons of the same, glover, and Dorothy Parsons.
Sess. Roll 529/131, 169.
G.D.R. 2/16.

23 February, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Thomas Hardinge of Hendon, yeoman, for stealing a pair of sheets worth 8s. and three shirts worth 6s. from William Joyce at the same.
Guilty to the value of 10d., no goods, to be whipped.
Sess. Roll 529/171.
G.D.R. 2/16.

8 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Nathaniel Fulthorne of Stepney, bricklayer, Isaac Shearingham of the same [St. Bride's], haberdasher, and Robert Cutts of the same [St. Botolph's-without-Bishopsgate], labourer, for breaking into the house of Joan Leake of Shoreditch, widow, at the same, and stealing a pillow-beer worth 2s., a pillow worth 2s., a coverlet worth 2s., a canopy of a bed worth 10s. and five yards of painted cloth worth 12d. belonging to the said Joan; and also a doublet worth 4s. belonging to Thomas Ridgley in the said house.
The said Nathaniel and Isaac not guilty. The said Isaac is a prisoner in Newgate and there is tried for felony.
The said Robert at large.
The said Joan came and was discharged because no true bill.
Prosecutors:—William Webb, Margaret Cooke, James Morrey.
Sureties:—Nicholas Davis of "St. Lawrence Poultry", clothworker, for the said Robert; Denis Shearingham of St. Bride's, gentleman, for the said Isaac; Nathaniel Rabye of Goswell Street, bricklayer, and William Sellyn of the same, tailor, for the said Nathaniel Fulthorne, being he that untiled the roof.
Sess. Roll 529/20, 98, 141, 172.
Sess. Reg. 2/51, 72.
G.D.R. 2/16, 16d.
P.R.B. 1/29d.

23 February, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Thomas Poole alias Pooley alias Trunckes of St. Martin's-in-theFields, yeoman, Anthony Kirlie [Kirley] of the same [St. Mary-leStrand], yeoman, John Wilton and William Wyatt alias Browne alias "Privie Will" of the same, yeomen, for breaking into the house of John Clarke of the same, gentleman, at the same, about twelve o'clock at night, and stealing divers pieces of pewter worth £3 10s., a cloth cloak worth 20s., a sword worth 10s., two silver bowls worth £7, two little gilt bowls worth £3 10s., a silver salt worth 15s., a silver "Maudlyn cupp" worth £3, five silver spoons worth 30s., two pairs of gloves worth 6s., a green cupboard cloth worth 10s., divers parcels of linen worth £3, a "shagg wastcoate" worth 3s., 2 oz. of gold worth 10s. and forty flowers of gold work worth 40s. belonging to the said John Clarke; and for breaking into the house of Thomas Myerne [Mierne], gentleman, at St. Martin's aforesaid, and stealing a satin petticoat laced with silver lace worth £20, a woman's gown of black taffeta worth £10, two petticoats worth £6, a pair of velvet shoes laced with gold lace worth 10s., a felt hat worth 10s., divers pieces of satin worth 40s., divers pieces of linen worth £20 and divers pieces of pewter worth £3 belonging to the said Thomas Myerne; and of Lewis Flood of Golding Lane, yeoman, and Elizabeth his wife, for being accessories after the said felonies; and of the said Thomas Pooley and Anthony Kirley for breaking into the house of Richard Cole of the same, gentleman, at the same, about two o'clock at night with intent to rob; and also for breaking into the house of George, Lord Carew, in St. Mary-le-Strand, and stealing two petticoats worth 20s., two aprons worth 5s., a waistcoat worth 3s., a ruffband worth 5s., two cross-cloths worth 18s. and a green scarf worth 5s. belonging to Dorothy Baker of the same, spinster, being in the said house; and of the said John Wilton and Thomas Pooley for breaking into the house of Richard Hawkesworth [Hawkisworth] of St. Giles' in-the-Fields, gentleman, and stealing five pieces of pewter worth £5, a cloak worth 13s. 4d., the "kiver of a maudlyn silver cupp" worth 10s., and a carpet worth 2s. belonging to the said Richard; also two cloth cloaks worth 40s., a sword worth 40s., a box worth 12d., two falling-bands with two pairs of cuffs worth 20s., two rings worth 20s., and £3 in money belonging to Samuel Deane, servant to the said Richard; and of the said Thomas Pooley for breaking into the house of Christopher Maltby at Clerkenwell, and stealing two cloaks worth £8, a silver salt worth 30s., five silver spoons worth 30s., two swords worth 16s., divers pieces of pewter worth 20s., and divers pieces of linen worth 10s. belonging to the said Christopher.
The said Pooley acknowledged, to be hanged. Respited to prison after judgment.
The said Wilton at large.
The said Kirley not guilty of robbing the said Cole, but guilty of robbing the said Myerne. Stands mute and has judgment of the peine forte et dure.
The said Wyatt not guilty of robbing the said Clarke.
The said Lewis and Elizabeth not guilty. The said Lewis respited without bail.
Prosecutors:—William Drurye, Thomas Smith, Robert Fawcett of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, yeoman, Philip Cooke of St. Mary Savoy, gentleman, Ezariell Shelborne, Thomas Hiccocke, John Flamsted, Richard Bateson, Abraham Harris, — Holland of St. Sepulchre's, citizen and weaver of London.
Examinations before Mr. Forset and Mr. Watson sent up before touching Mr. Cole's robbery.
Call for the officers of Newgate.
The said Richard Cole also bound over to give evidence against Thomas Hankinson, who is respited without bail and delivered by proclamation.
The said Richard Hawkesworth also bound over to prosecute Thomas Snowe for felony.
Sess. Roll 529/52, 58, 87, 103, 104,
173, 174a, 180, 181, 200, 200a.
Sess. Roll 530/59, 107, 108.
Sess. Reg. 2/52, 57.
G.D.R. 2/14d, 15, 15d, 16, 17, 18, 20d.
P.R.B. 1/29d.

28 February, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Lucas Percivall of Holloway, yeoman, for stealing four oxen worth £25 from George Raye, gentleman, at the same.
Guilty, no goods, seeks the book, reads, to be branded.
Prosecutors:—Richard Thorney, John Gay.
Sess. Roll 529/174.
G.D.R. 2/16.

3 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
George Downes and William Crosse of Islington in St. James', Clerkenwell, yeomen, for breaking into the house of William Lester at the same, and stealing two pieces of beef worth 8d., two pewter dishes worth 6d., and a tallow cake worth 6d. belonging to the said William Lester.
Not guilty of burglary, guilty of felony to the value of 11d., no goods, to be whipped.
Sess. Roll 529/175.
G.D.R. 2/16.

23 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Katherine Price of Turnmill Street, spinster, for stealing a ruff worth 4s., two "cauffes" worth 8d., and a pair of cuffs worth 2d. from William Bagley of St. Martin's-le-Grand, shoemaker, at Turnmill Street aforesaid.
Guilty to the value of 11d., no goods, to be whipped.
Sess. Roll 529/132, 177.
G.D.R. 2/15d.

10 January, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Mary Brewer of St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, spinster, for stealing two ruff-bands worth 2s., eleven cross-cloths worth 11d., six nightrails for children worth 6d., a table-cloth worth 6d., two napkins worth 8d., two aprons worth 8d., four falling-bands worth 4d., a stomacher worth 3s., twelve neck-cloths worth 8d., four squares worth 4d., a pillow-beer worth 12d., three shadows worth 6d., a looking-glass worth 8d., an apron worth 6d., three handkerchiefs worth 6d., a piece of new cloth worth 18d., a kirtle worth 3s., a waistcoat worth 12d. and two gold rings worth 20s. belonging to John Nuttinge, at the same.
Guilty, no goods, to be hanged.
Sess. Roll 529/178.
G.D.R. 2/15d.

10 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Valentine Palmes of Gray's Inn Lane, yeoman [gentleman], and John Palmes of the same, labourer [deleted], for stealing a featherbed worth £4, a pair of flaxen sheets worth 15s., a blanket worth 2s. 6d. and a bolster worth 6s. from George Carewe, gentleman, at the same.
The said Valentine not guilty.
Prosecutors:—Matthew Kinge, Ralph Thompson, Thomas Carye [?] of —.
Call to Sir Thomas Bennett for an examination.
Sess. Roll 529/128, 179.
G.D.R. 2/15d.

5 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
John Waldron and Richard Cusson of Marylebone, labourers, for stealing a sheet worth 6s. from John Gates at the same.
Both not guilty.
Prosecutor:—Giles Fidges of the same, brickmaker.
Sess. Roll 529/108, 182.
G.D.R. 2/15d.

13 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Thomas Thompson [Tompson] of High Holborn, yeoman, for stealing two pair of cards [sic] worth 4d. from Silvester Braye of the same, grocer, at the same.
Guilty of petty larceny to the value of 1d., no goods, to be whipped.
Sess. Roll 529/60, 183.
G.D.R. 2/15d.

20 August, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Joan Thomas of Westminster, spinster, for stealing a pillow-beer worth 2s., a holland apron worth 4s., a ruff-band laced worth 6s., a falling-band worth 6d. and a pair of gloves worth 2s. from Richard Willmott of the same, blacksmith, at the same.
Guilty to the value of 10d., no goods, to be whipped.
Sess. Roll 529/109, 184.
G.D.R. 2/15d.

12 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Thomas Allen [Allin] of East Smithfield, yeoman, for stealing ten yards of broadcloth worth £3 6s. 8d. from Richard Beale [Beade] at the same.
Not guilty.
Prosecutor:—Richard Westrawe of St. Nicholas Acons, clothworker.
Sess. Roll 529/125, 185.
G.D.R. 2/15d.

25 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614].
Richard Curtys and Henry Hill of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, yeomen, for breaking into the house of Abraham Greene of the same, esquire, at the same, about three o'clock at night, and stealing 150 lb. of lead worth 10s. belonging to the said Abraham.
Both not guilty of burglary, guilty of felony, seek the book, do not read, to be hanged.
Prosecutors:—Skarninge Dockwrey, Henry Rickson of the same, yeoman, Thomas Askwith [deleted], servant to the said Abraham.
Sess. Roll 529/102, 186.
G.D.R. 2/15d.

1 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
John Dicke, Rowland Vaughan [Vaghan], and Robert Sutton of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, yeomen, for breaking into the house of the most Serene Lord the now King James at Whitehall in the same, and stealing a collar of gold set with pearls and diamonds worth £300, a silver warming-pan worth £5, a silver candlestick worth £5, a silver standish worth £4, and divers pieces of linen worth 20s. belonging to Lewis, Duke of Lenax [Lennox], then being in the said house.
All guilty, to be hanged. The said John and Rowland respited to prison after judgment and pleaded for a charter of pardon.
Prosecutors:—Roger Langford of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, gentleman, and Richard Wyn of Westminster, clockmaker.
Sess. Roll 529/106, 187.
G.D.R. 2/15d, 21d, 22.

8 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
John Browne of St. Margaret's, Westminster, yeoman, for stealing two white wethers worth 20s. from Thomas Hamond, two white wethers worth 20s. from John Thompson [Tompson], and four white wethers worth 40s. from John Parson [Parsons], all of the same, butchers, at the same.
Acknowledges, seeks the book, reads, to be branded.
Thomas Ison of Barmesby Street, Southwark, co. Surrey, fishmonger, to give evidence against the said Browne and Robert Chisell for stealing sheep and buying them being stolen.
Sess. Roll 529/64, 188, 189, 190.
G.D.R. 2/15d.

21 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Margery Fasey [Fazie] of Hornsey, spinster, for stealing a cloak of mingled colour worth 20s., four table-cloths worth 10s., five tablenapkins worth 3s. 4d., five falling-bands worth 20d., two coifs worth 8d., two cross-cloths worth 8d., three towels worth 12d., a neckcloth worth 4d. and a pint pot worth 8d. out of the house of Mary Sell of Highgate, widow, at Hornsey aforesaid.
Guilty, no goods, to be hanged, pleads pregnancy, and respited.
Sess. Roll 529/137, 191.
G.D.R. 2/15d.

13 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
John Coxe of St. Katherine's, —, Richard Saunders of the same, yeoman, and Rose his wife, for stealing a woman's gown, a petticoat worth 20s., two smocks, a pair of stockings worth 2s., a pair of shoes, a "neckinger" worth 4s., six laced bands worth 6s., two aprons worth 10s., and other goods from — at the same; and for stealing two cloaks worth 40s. from John Taylor; and a sheet worth 4s., and £6 10s. in money from Edith Packington [Parkington], widow, at the same.
The said John guilty, no goods, seeks the book, reads, to be branded.
The said Richard likewise guilty, does not read, to be hanged.
The said Rose not guilty.
Sess. Roll 529/67, 192, 196, 197.
G.D.R. 2/15.

2 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
William Peacocke of Whitechapel, butcher, for an assault and battery on Thomas Bilson at Mile End, hurting him very dangerously by a fall.
Acknowledged and fined. Respited for a fine and handed over further.
Sureties:—Robert Hunt and Thomas Brand of Whitechapel butchers, and John Coxe of the same, barber-surgeon.
The said Coxe bound over to the said Peacock and Brand for threatening the said Bilson in open Court.
Sess. Roll 529/63, 193.
Sess. Reg. 2/47, 50, 56.

26 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614].
Ann Trawton of Turnmill Street, spinster, for stealing a petticoat worth 12s., an apron worth 3s., a neck-cloth worth 18d., a caul worth 3s., a coif worth 6d., and a cross-cloth worth 18d. from Elizabeth Storey of St. Saviour's, Southwark, co. Surrey, spinster, at Turnmil Street aforesaid.
Guilty, no goods, to be hanged.
Sess. Roll 529/136, 194.
G.D.R. 2/15d.

28 February, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Agnes [Anne] Mason of Turnmill Street, spinster, for stealing a gold ring worth 12s., and £4 6s. in money from William Lambe of St. Mary's, Newington, co. Surrey, yeoman.
Guilty, no goods, to be hanged.
Surety for the said William:—Leonard Richardson of Charterhouse Lane, cordwainer.
Sess. Roll 529/139, 195.
G.D.R. 2/15d.

24 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Thomas Griffen of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, bricklayer, for breaking into the house of James Horwell of the same, tailor, at the same, about two o'clock in the night, and stealing sixteen pieces of pewter worth 16s. belonging to the said James.
Not guilty.
Prosecutor:—William Blunt of St. Mary-le-Strand, yeoman.
Sess. Roll 529/99, 100, 198.
G.D.R. 2/15d.

18 February, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
William Cagan of St. Clement Danes, —, for ravishing Jane Collier, an infant aged not more than eight years.
Guilty, no goods, to be hanged.
Prosecutors:—Sleper, Joan Powell of St. Mary-le-Savoy, widow, Jane Annerley [Anilye] of St. Clement Danes, widow, Elizabeth Hurst, Helen Collier of Greenwich, co. Kent, widow.
Sess. Roll 529/107, 202.
G.D.R. 2/15.

11 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Cicely Slade of Clerkenwell, spinster, for stealing a woman's gown worth 10s., and other goods from Prosper Rainsford of Fetter Lane, barber-surgeon, at Clerkenwell; and of Constance Bestian of the same, spinster, for receiving and helping her at the same after the said felony.
The said Cicely guilty to the value of 11d., no goods, to be whipped.
The said Constance not guilty.
Sess. Roll 529/59, 204.
G.D.R. 2/15

9 February, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
John Sparrohawk [Sparhawke] of —, yeoman, for stealing a silver trencher from Sir William Waade, Knight, at —.
Acknowledges, seeks the book, reads, to be branded.
Prosecutors:—John Jefferyes, William Duke of St. Sepulchre's, haberdasher.
Sess. Roll 529/122, 205.
G.D.R. 2/15.

22 January, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
George Brooke of Hackney, bricklayer, for breaking into the house of Walter Allaley [Allalye, Halleley, Halliley] of the same, gentleman, at the same, and stealing a seal ring of gold worth £—, another gold ring worth 20s., a gold ring with a Death's Head worth 20s., and a gold ring with a turkey-stone worth —s. belonging to the said Walter.
At large.
The said Walter also bound to give evidence against Richard Wennell [Wennill] of Stoke Newington, labourer, for robbing him, and ordered, if he wrongfully accuse the said parties, to pay their fees at the next sessions.
Sureties:—
For the said George:—William Heyward of Hackney, labourer, Edward Powell of the same, carpenter, and Tobias Williams of Whitecross Street, carpenter.
For the said Richard:—Edward Spooner and George Wennell of Hackney, yeomen.
Sess. Roll 529/119, 120, 120a, 208.
Sess. Reg. 2/52, 56.
G.D.R. 2/16d.

—, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
John Peirson of —, for breaking into the house of Thomas Hill at St. John Street in the night and alarming the said Thomas and all his household.
Guilty, no goods, —.
Prosecutor:—John Cooley.
Sess. Roll 529/209.

JURY OF MATRONS to enquire whether Margery Fasey is pregnant.

Joan Channell.Sworn.
Helen Winter.Sworn.
Ann Muncksfield.Sworn.
Ann Whitfeild.Sworn.
Barbara Frokingham.Sworn.
[Seven illegible names, sworn].

They say Margery Fasey is pregnant.
Sess. Roll 529/162.

NAMES OF JURORS.
Henry Gray of Bromley, gentleman. Sworn.
Walter Williams of Hoxton, gentleman. Sworn.
Richard Morgan of St. John Street, gentleman [deleted].
Robert Russell of Shoreditch, gentleman.
William Mustyan of the same, gentleman.
Stephen Houghton of Finchley, gentleman.
Edward Theames of East Smithfield. Sworn.
Nicholas Startupp of the same. Sworn.
Henry Hogges of Shoreditch.
John Cooke of the same.
Christopher Howard [Haywarde] of Hoxton. Sworn.
John Blumston of the same. Sworn.
John Millen of Old Street, Sworn.
George Smithe of Islington. Sworn.
John Armett of Grub Street.
Richard Tuffnell of St. John Street. Sworn.
Edmund Harfull of the same. Sworn.
Henry Pierson of the same. Sworn.
Thomas Maddoxe of Westminster. Sworn.
William Vyncent of Willesden.
John Francklyn of the same.
Edward Twyford of the same.
Henry Norwood of Fulham.
Edward Westfeild of Paddington.
John Borne of East Smithfield.
Humphrey Bunforde. Sworn.
John Lowe. Sworn.
Thomas Weatherley. Sworn.
Sess. Roll 529/163.

Coroner's Inquest.

24 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Inquisition taken at Finchley before Henry Harryott, coroner, on view of the body of a female infant, by the oaths of — Nussell, Thomas Farmer, Henry Lodger, William Norris, John Corsett, — Bonner, William Hide, Robert Smithe, Edward W—, John —, —, lawful men of Finchley and four other vills, who say that Agnes Robinson being delivered of the child, killed and murdered it at Whetstone in Finchley on 13 February, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Sess. Roll 529/203.

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[Fragment of Jury writ issued by Sir Thomas Lake, Knight.]
Sess. Roll 529/206.

Jury list [illegible].
Sess. Roll 529/207.

SESSIONS REGISTER. VOLUME II.

p. 46. Came and discharged:—

George Collins of St. Giles'-in-the-Fields, brickmaker, for committing divers abuses in his new buildings, and all matters for the Jury of Annoyances touching his houses referred to the review of Sir Lewis Lewkenor and others.

p. 47. Richard Randoll of St. Giles'-in-the-Fields, chandler, for taking as an inmate Elizabeth Barnaby into his house, who is great with child and like to be chargeable to the parish.

Raymond Osbaston of Chancery Lane, gentleman, to destroy his stables lately built.

p. 48. John Lewyn alias Poulter of Enfield, yeoman, for taking out letters of Administration upon the death of Thomas Brewtye with intent to defraud the children of the goods, who are to be kept on the relief of the parish; he is contented to relinquish his letters if his bond is delivered out of the Court. A letter to be made to Mr. Chancellor for that purpose.

Thomas Potham of Drury Lane, carpenter, committed until he shall pull down his boarded shed and house of office which he has lately set up upon a new erection. He is content to make a new house of office within ten days and to pull down as much of his shed as stands upon Covent Garden.

p.49. Robert Shelston of Aldersgate Street, draper, to appear for divers annoyances.

p.52. Came and discharged:—

Rose Coates of Fulham, widow, handed in bail to Thomas Moore and Henry Norwood of the same, yeomen, not to dress or utter any flesh in her house in the time of Lent.

Joseph Hardshawe committed for suspicion of robbing Mr. Elcock's house in Shoreditch. Delivered by proclamation (and G.D.R. 2/17).

Francis Bennyworthe for the same.

p.53. Abraham Phillipps and Henry Theodoricke committed to Newgate for using disgraceful speeches against Sir Lewis Lewkenor in contemning his warrant to put in good sureties.

Samuel Symons of Southwark, baker, handed in bail to John Holbrooke of St. Olave's, Southwark, co. Surrey, and Valentine Powell of St. Tooley's [sic] in Southwark, waterman, for breaking the assize of bread and uttering bread at St. Giles'-in-the-Fields (and p. 57).

John Salter of Milford Lane bound over before Sir John Brooke, Knight, and no recognizance certified.

Robert Mason of Norton Folgate for the gaol delivery.

John Nicholson of St. Giles'-in-the-Fields, victualler, handed in bail to Nicholas Stockwood of St. Sepulchre's, dyer, and William Gale of the same, gentleman, for tippling.

p.54. Order that all goods which are at Henry Deane's house at Paddington, Patrick Goulde's house at Holborn, George Flower's at Kilburn, and Mr. Miller's at Paddington, and which shall be proved before Mr. Forsett to be the proper goods of Randall Allington, shall be kept to the use of the said Allington if Mr. Forsett think fit.

Order for John Taylor of Hackney and William Jackson to be discharged of their recognizance.

Order for all alehouse-keepers, who were to appear for brewing above the ordinary rate of 8s. the barrel, to be bound over to the next Sessions because the Lord Chief Justice is not now in town.

Order for Mr. Thomas Highegate, esquire, to call before him John Francklen of Greenford and John Garrett of Uxbridge, high constables of the hundred of Elthorne, and receive from them such money as is due to the Treasurers for the relief of maimed soldiers and hospitals, and to bind over such churchwardens and petty constables as refuse to collect such money; also to administer the oath of a high constable to Mr. [Thomas] Loote of Greenford, appointed by the Court in place of the said Mr. Francklen.

GAOL DELIVERY REGISTER. VOLUME II:

f.14d. Delivered by proclamation:—

Helen Calverte, William Chapman.

To be sent to Bridewell to be whipped and shaved and kept at perpetual labour:—

George Shorte and Thomas Bonde (and f. 20).

Respited without bail:—

Henry Cooke. Indicted in London (and f. 17, 22d).

John Freeman of Connington, co. Salop [sic], is in prison for felony against Richard James. Respited for the order of the Chief Justice of England (and ff. 16d, 17d, and Sess. Roll 530/118).

Thomas Deane respited for further order of the Justices (and f. 17d, 20d).

f15. Respited after judgment:—

Ann Harris, Jane Graves, John Satterfield.

PROCESS REGISTER BOOK OF INDICTMENTS. VOLUME I.

f.29d. John Thomas of St. Giles'-without-Cripplegate, cordwainer, for trespass. To perform the order of the Justices at Hicks Hall (and G.D.R. 2/30).