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1487-11-22: Thomas Byrch  c. Elizabeth Barker  MarriageLondon Metropolitan Archives, MSS DL/C/A/001/MS09065 and DL/C/A/001/MS09065BMS09065, 39r, 42r; MS09065B, 9v-10r
1487-12-18: Elizabeth Barker, Response of Defendant
Responds that Thomas Byrch`s employer had spoken to her about accepting Byrch as her husband, and that she had replied stating she was not disposed to marry him or anyone else. Admits that while the current case was pending she sought an action of security of peace against Brych`s master, William, but states that this was unrelated to the case and had to do with William`s prior attempt to kill her father.

1487-02-23: Joan Austy  c. William Codding  MarriageLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS0906514v
1487-02-23: William Codding, Response of Defendant
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.