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1491-10-25: Elizabeth Brown, Marion Lauson  c. Laurence Gilis  MarriageLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS090651r-3v, 85r-86v, 89r-93r, 99v-104r, 105v-107r, 110v-111r
1491-12-22: John Colyns, Witness for Competitor Suit
Deposing regarding the reputation of Elizabeth Brown`s witnesses, testifies that as John Waldron`s landlord at the inn at the sign of the Rose in Stewside, he witnessed Waldron`s disreputable behaviour and living as a brothel-keeper, bawd, and adulterer. Testifies to Waldron`s breaking of oaths, and to his reputation as a perjurer, vagabond, bawd, adulterer, and as a man who associated with the most notorious of perjurers.

1492-09-26: William Pepard  c. Alice Mayte  DefamationLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS09065114v, 115v-117v
1492-10-27: Sir John Smyth, Witness for Plaintiff
Testifies that he was present around July 1492 when Alice Mayte, standing in the public road, accused William Pepard of having murdered her child.

1492-09-26: Alice Mayte, Response of Defendant
Admits to having accused William Pepard of doing something with her child.

1492-10-27: John Roo, Witness for Plaintiff
Testifies that he was present some time between 24 June and 7 July 1492 when Alice Mayte, standing at William Pepard`s stall near the church of St. Laurence in the Jewry, accused Pepard of having murdered, maimed, or beaten her child; she also defamed him by calling him a whoremonger.

1494-01-31: Herbert Rowland  c. Elizabeth Croft  Margaret Hordley  MarriageLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS09065181v-182r, 188r-189v, 195v-196r, 197r-198v, 199v, 202v-203r
1494-03-04: John Bedyll, Witness for Plaintiff
Testifies that she was present for a future contract between Herbert Rowland and Elizabeth Croft and that she heard both Elizabeth and her sister indicating that her employer, Master Banks, would be very angry about it, her sister urging her to repudiate the contract and return the courtship gifts.
1494-03-04: William Tommys, Witness for Plaintiff
Testifies that he was present for a future contract between Herbert Rowland and Elizabeth Croft and that he heard Elizabeth indicating that her employer, Master Banks, would be very angry about it, and that she quarreled with her sister.