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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
1488-07-12: 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.

1489-10-21: John Jenyn  c. Alice Seton  John Grose  MarriageLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS0906560rv, 46r, 66v, 71rv, 78v-79r
1490-11-29: William Geffrey, Witness for Defendant
Testifies that he was present for the solemnization of Alice Seton and John Grose`s marriage in Maldon parish church, 16 August 1489. Testifies that they lived together in Maldon for eight weeks and then, as he heard, they moved to Old Fish Street, London; he heard also that Grose impregnated Seton.

1490-07-06: William Calverley, William Case  c. Joan Brown  MarriageLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS0906574v-76v
1490-08-18: Joan Brown, Witness for Plaintiff
Responds that she and William Case contracted twice on 14 March 1490 in her own house, once while alone and a second time in front of witnesses. She says that she had been reluctant to publicize it because her previous husband had so recently died.