arrowcase: Unknown Unknown 4  c. William Eve  William Hayward    p-link   Results Format: Summary Full

case detail
typeTestamentary
date11 June 1494
competitor suit
sourceLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS09065: 203v-204r
remarks: The examination of Master John Asshwell regarding his refusal to deliver a summons may relate to this case, as he is named as the scribe of the will in question by William Eve. See Office c. Master John Asshwell.
depositions
1494-06-11: William Eve, Response of Defendant
Testifies that he was present when William Hayward made his testament and when the testament was probated before the lord commissary; also, testifies that he was named as one of Hayward`s executors along with Hayward`s son, William Hayward Jr.

1494-06-11: William Hayward, Response of Defendant
Testifies that he was present when William Hayward made his testament as well as when the testament was probated before the commissary of the bishop of London; also testifies that he was named as one of Hayward`s executors along with William Eve.

1494-06-20: William Eve, Response of Defendant
Administrative note regarding the constitution of proctors of both William Eve and William Hayward Jr.; the chosen proctors were Master Nicholas Trapp and Evilyn, Imbroke, Mareys, and Smyth.