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1488-11-20: Sir John Bolsar  c. Thomas Pumpe  Breach of Faith: DebtLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS0906543r-44r
1488-11-20: John Brightmay, Witness for Plaintiff
Testifies that in February 1488 Thomas Pumpe had given his faith that he would respect the decision made by arbitrators in a dispute over land with Sir John Bolsar, the vicar of Great Wakering, and he agrees with William Burford regarding the rest.

1488-11-20: John Dew, Witness for Plaintiff
Testifies that in February 1488 Thomas Pumpe had given his faith that he would respect the decision made by arbitrators in a dispute over land with Sir John Bolsar, the vicar of Great Wakering, but that afterwards, as he heard, Pumpe refused to accept their arbitration.

1488-11-20: William Burfeld, Witness for Plaintiff
Testifies that in February 1488 Thomas Pumpe had given his faith that he would respect the decision made by arbitrators in a dispute over land with Sir John Bolsar, the vicar of Great Wakering, but that afterwards, as he heard, Pumpe refused to accept their arbitration.