arrowperson: Thomas Clarell   p-link

person detail
66 years;
marital status:Married
parishSt. Giles without Cripplegate, London, 30 years
spouse's first
remarks:Father of Margaret Niter, plaintiff. Left a will: TNA, PCC Prob. 11/10, fol. 56rv, dated 10 Aug 1493; styled Thomas Clarell, gentleman, citizen, and grocer of London; body to be buried in the Pardon churchyard, St. Paul’s, beside the tomb of Dean More; parishioner of St. Giles; his dwelling house is called “the sopehouse” in the parish of St. Giles; does not mention his daughter Margaret Niter, although he does mention a child in the womb of his wife Margaret. Probated 4 March 1494.
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named depositions
1488-01-21:Witness for Plaintiff in Margaret Niter, Agnes Skern  c.  Piers Curtes 
Testifies that he witnessed, along with Ralph Riplingham, a present contract between his daughter Margaret Niter and Piers Curtes, on 13 September 1487, and that Curtes often claimed in his presence that Niter was his wife. Testifies that he wished to give his daughter`s two children land and tenements valued at 40 pounds.