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1488-12-18: Thomas Wulley  c. Margaret Isot  John Heth  MarriageLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS0906548v-49v; 53v-55r
1489-03-09: Margaret Baron alias Harbard alias Spicer, Witness for Plaintiff
Testifies that she was present about 1 November 1471 when John Calton chided John Cracow for allowing Thomas Wulley and Margaret Isot to fornicate in his home; Cracow replied stating he did so because they were married, having himself, along with Robert Marley, witnessed the contract between them. Calton said that he wanted to be sure of the marriage, scolding Wulley that it was against his parents` wishes, but that Wulley and Isot affirmed they were married and there exchanged future consent again. Testifies also that she was present when banns were issued soon after. Testifies that John Heth and Isot lived together “for a certain time” as spouses in the parish of St. Giles.

1489-03-09: Joan Cracow, Witness for Plaintiff
Testifies that she witnessed a future contract between Margaret Isot and Thomas Wulley, early November 1471. Agrees with previous witness, Margaret Baron, except that she does not recall John Calton saying to Wulley that it was not his parents` will that he marry Isot. Testifies to rumours regarding Isot`s marriage to John Heth, and that she believed that Wulley had died.