\"arrow\"testimony of Richard Dungan  p-link

#77: Margaret Niter, Agnes Skern  c.  Piers Curtes  - Witness for Plaintiff, 1488-01-26
sourceLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS09065B, 4v
summaryTestifies that since early November 1487 it has been common knowledge in the parish that Agnes Skern and a certain Curtes contracted marriage.
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placenamesLondon - St. Alphage 
english translation latin text
Richard Dungan of the parish of St. Alphage, brewer, fifty-one years old, of free condition. He says that he has known the parties for twelve years. Questioned further he says that public voice and fame circulated and circulate in the parish and other places that she and a certain Curtes whom he otherwise cannot specify had contracted marriage together and the fame began to circulate around the feast of All Hallows [1]. Ricardus Dungan de parrochia sancti Alphegi Brewer, li annorum etatis, libere condicionis, dicit quod partes per xii annos bene novit. Ulterius interrogatus dicit [quod] in dicta parrochia et aliis locis publica vox et fama laboraverunt et laborant quod ipsa et quidam Curtes quem aliter nescit specificare matrimonium adinvicem contraxerunt et incepit laborare circiter festum omnium sanctorum.
[1] 1 Nov.