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1488-03-26: Alice Billingham  c. John (or Thomas) Wellis  MarriageLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS09065B7r-9r, 10r-11r, 15r-15v
1488-03-26: Agnes Bullok, Witness for Plaintiff
Testifies that on 24 June 1487 Beatrice Thomson told her she would try to impede the marriage between Thomson`s servant John/Thomas Wellis and Alice Billingham.

1488-06-17: Robert Wild, Witness for Plaintiff
Testifies that around Lent 1486 Robert Thomson`s wife frequently expressed to him her happiness concerning Alice Billingham`s forthcoming marriage to John/Thomas Wellis, and that it was common knowledge in the parish of St. Martin Ludgate that Wellis and Billingham had contracted marriage.

1488-07-12: Richard Thomson, Witness for Defendant
Challenges suitability of previous witness, Agnes Weston, claiming she is of unreliable condition and reputed to be a drunk. Testifies that on 13 February 1487 he heard Alice Billingham ask John/Thomas Wellis to take her as his wife, and that Wellis had refused, stating he would not marry without parental consent, since they needed financial support to establish a household.

1488-03-26: Constance Stileman, Witness for Plaintiff
Testifies that in winter 1486 she repeatedly heard Beatrice Thomson say she would try to impede the marriage between John/Thomas Wellis and Alice Billingham.

1488-06-17: William Cole, Witness for Plaintiff
Agrees with previous witness, Robert Wild.

1488-03-26: Agnes Weston, Witness for Plaintiff
Testifies that she witnessed a present contract between Alice Billingham and John/Thomas Wellis, 13 February 1486. Testifies that it was common knowledge in the parish of St. Martin Ludgate while Billingham lived there that she and Wellis were betrothed to one another.

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
1494-06-11: Adrian Warmyngton, Witness for Defendant
As commissary court clerk, reports that on 27 Sept. 1493 witness William Tommys was convicted of adultery in the court and assigned penance.