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1488-01-19: Margaret Niter, Agnes Skern  c. Piers Curtes  MarriageLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS09065B1r, 1v-2r, 4r-4v
1488-01-27: John Snoryng, Witness for Competitor Suit
Testifies that it has been common knowledge in the parish of St. Nicholas for over a year that Agnes Skern and Piers Curtes contracted marriage, and that many wonder why the marriage has yet to be solemnized.

1488-01-24: Ann Frisell, Witness for Competitor Suit
Testifies that she was sole witness to a present contract between Agnes Skern and Piers Curtes, about 12 October 1486. Testifies that Curtes asked her not to tell Skern`s mother about the contract. Testifies that before that day, she had brought Curtes a ring before giving one to Skern on Curtes` behalf. Testifies that all of this is common knowledge in the parish of St. Nicholas.

1488-01-24: Beatrice Stoughton, Witness for Competitor Suit
Testifies that after interrogating both parties regarding their intentions towards one another, about 9 October 1486 she witnessed a future tense contract between her daughter Agnes Skern and Piers Curtes. Testifies that she prevented them from sleeping together that night. Testifies that Skern and Curtes exchanged rings, that after the contract Curtes frequently referred to Skern as his wife, and that he “ laboured diligently to recuperate certain lands and tenements” that belonged to [Robert] Skern, Agnes`s previous husband.