arrowcase: Robert Philipson  c. Joan Corney    p-link   Results Format: Summary Full

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typeMarriage
date4 Feb., 6 Mar. 1489
competitor suit
sourceLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS09065: 52r-53r
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depositions
1489-02-07: Joan Corney, Response of Defendant
Responds that she had said she would contract marriage with Robert Philipson and accept his marriage gifts on the condition that her parents and her master, John Pyke, consented.

1489-03-06: Thomas Anne, Witness for Plaintiff
Testifies that about 6-20 January 1489 he heard Joan Corney and Robert Philipson discuss marriage, with Philipson stating he intended to marry Corney. Testifies that Corney told him she received gifts from Philipson, and that he witnessed Philipson refuse Corney`s offerings. Testifies that Corney and Philipson are reputed in the town of Rayleigh and other places to be betrothed to one another.

1489-03-06: John Ward, Witness for Plaintiff
Testifies that in late December 1488 he heard Joan Corney tell Philipson, in her father`s presence, that her contract to him was conditional on her father`s approval, and that Philipson claimed otherwise. Testifies that Joan`s father John Corney disapproved of the marriage, stating he would not let it happen. Testifies that he heard that Joan objected to the second reading of banns at her father`s instigation.