arrowperson: William Codding   p-link

person detail
bio:Male;
unknown age;
marital status:At Issue
occupation:unknown
literacy:Unknown
employer:unknown
parishSt. Mary Matfelon, Whitechapel, Middlesex
spouse's first
remarks:Note that Codding appeared twice the previous year in the commissary court in relation to the same issues: GL, MS. 9064/2, 152v, 1486: Matfelon [parish of St. Mary Matfelon or Whitechapel]. William Coddyng committed adultery with [blank] with whom he contracted; he had two children by her while her husband lived. (He is enjoined public penance.) GL, MS. 9064/2, 151v, September 1486: Matfelon. William Codding committed adultery with Joan Austy with whom he contracted; public penance is enjoined to each party etc.
named cases
1487-02-23:Marriage: Joan Austy  c.  William Codding 

named depositions
1487-02-23:Response of Defendant in Joan Austy  c.  William Codding 
Admits that Joan Austy prosecuted him in the Consistory court because he had procured the solemnization of marriage between them, and that since 29 September 1486, they were husband and wife. Admits to having procured about January 1487 a royal writ to arrest Joan for trespass on account of her having previously threatened to poison his wife.