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1492-03-15: Sir John Lyall  c. Sir Thomas Kyrkeham  Clerical DisciplineLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS09065104v-105r, 107r-108r, 109rv
1492-03-28: John Clerk, Witness for Plaintiff
Testifies that he was present in the house of William Catcher of Tottenham six weeks before the discussion at the house of Thomas Cape, when Sir Thomas Kyrkeham agreed to exchange benefices with Sir John Lyall on the condition that he receive an annual pension to make up the difference in income of the benefices; they agreed to go to the bishop of London in order to obtain a license to do this. He heard at Westminster, however, that the vicar [of Tottenham -- Kyrkeham?] was suspended, and that the bishop of London refused to [deal with this exchange of benefices?] until the suspension was cleared. Testifies that he was present sometime in the fall of 1491 at Cape`s house when he witnessed Cape give Kyrkeham 6s 8d, although he heard that Kyrkeham had borrowed this money to buy clothes.

1492-03-22: Thomas Cape, Witness for Plaintiff
Testifies that he was present around 24 August 1491 in an inn in London, when Sir Thomas Kyrkeham agreed to resign his vicarage to Sir John Lyall for payment of £25. Testifies that he, at Lyall`s request, gave Kyrkeham 6s. 8d. as partial payment for the vicarage.