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1491-01-22: Robert Walsh, Mark Patenson  c. Margaret Flemmyng  MarriageLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS0906580r-82v
1491-01-27: William Snowdon, Witness for Plaintiff
Agrees with previous witness, John Smyth, except that he did not instruct the parties.

1491-03-01: Alice Martyn, Witness for Competitor Suit
Testifies that she witnessed a future contract between Margaret Flemmyng and Mark Patenson as she lay in her childbed, in November 1490. Testifies that Flemmyng told her Patenson gave her a gold ring which her father later ripped from her hand.

1491-01-27: John Smyth, Witness for Plaintiff
Testifies that he witnessed a present contract between Robert Walsh and Margaret Flemmyng in her parents` house, about 13 January 1491; he instructed the parties on how to contract.

1491-03-01: Agnes Agar, Witness for Competitor Suit
Agrees with previous witness, Alice Martyn regarding the contract. Testifies that she believes Margaret Flemmyng intended to have Mark Patenson as her husband because Flemmyng had asked this witness in November 1490 to go to Martyn`s house to ask Martyn to act as an intermediary between her and Patenson. Testifies to exchange of gifts between Flemmyng and Patenson, both of whom told her they accepted them in the name of marriage.

1491-01-27: Richard Lynch, Witness for Plaintiff
Testifies that Walsh told him that he intended to solemnize marriage with Flemmyng when he returned from overseas. Sometime after 25 December 1490, presumably after Robert`s return from overseas, the deponent witnessed a present contract between Robert Walsh and Margaret Flemmyng in her father`s house.

1493-01-18: Joan Hancok  c. Henry Aprece  Malicious CitationLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS09065126v-129r, 141v-142r
1493-02-26: John Dowland, Witness for Plaintiff
Testifies that he was present when John Foster summoned Joan Hancok to court and when, following her failure to appear, she was suspended at Foster`s instance.