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1493-01-08: Prior and Convent of Hertford  c. John Englissh  John Burton  TithesLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS09065124v-125r, 129v-135v, 143r-147r, 148r, 153v-160r, 161r-164v
1493-07-19: John Ive, Witness for Plaintiff
Agrees with previous witnesses, John Ulmer, except the part concerning Thomas Carter, which he knows nothing about, and John Redington. Also, testifies that what he says is common knowledge in the parish of Amwell and neighbouring parishes.

1493-04-20: Thomas Baldewyn, Witness for Defendant
Testifies concerning customary tithes collection that those who bought wooded properties in the parish, including himself, as well as wood from Amwellbury Wood, did not pay tithes to the prior and convent of Hertford, with the exception of Shorrey and Gamelyn, who paid tithes for all wood bought within the parish except that found on the lands of the abbot and convent of Westminster.

1493-07-19: John Redington, Witness for Plaintiff
Agrees with previous witness, John Ulmer, except the part concerning Thomas Carter, which he knows nothing about, and challenges suitability of previous witnesses William Billok, John Miles, John Cowper, Thomas Baldwyn, and William Spicer as poor men and notorious perjurers.