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1491-11-17: Laurence Wyberd, John Austen  c. Maude Gyll  MarriageLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS090653v-5v, 249v-251r
1491-11-17: Robert Hudson, Witness for Plaintiff
Testifies that around Christmas 1490 he witnessed a contract between Laurence Wyberd and Maude Gyll at her parents` house, and that both parties exchanged gifts for the occasion.

1494-01-31: Herbert Rowland  c. Elizabeth Croft  Margaret Hordley  MarriageLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS09065181v-182r, 188r-189v, 195v-196r, 197r-198v, 199v, 202v-203r
1494-03-04: John Bedyll, Witness for Plaintiff
Testifies that she was present for a future contract between Herbert Rowland and Elizabeth Croft and that she heard both Elizabeth and her sister indicating that her employer, Master Banks, would be very angry about it, her sister urging her to repudiate the contract and return the courtship gifts.

1493-04-16: John Maliber  c. Agnes Dalston alias Boste  TestamentaryLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS09065142v, 150v-153r
1493-01-07: Unknown Unknown 2, Witness for Plaintiff
Testifies that he, the witness, was also an apprentice and received a legacy on condition of finishing his term, which he did, and the legacy was paid. He testifies that he was present when John Maliber renounced the legacy of 40 shillings and when, in return, Agnes Dalston delivered him his apprenticeship letters. [The beginning of the deposition is missing.]

1493-07-01: John Bunche, Witness for Defendant
Testifies that he was present at Thomas Dalston`s deathbed, and heard the testament and the bequest to John Maliber. Six or seven weeks later, Maliber approached him to intercede with Agnes for his apprenticeship indenture in return for his renunciation of the legacy, and he did so together with William Bale. He was present when Agnes gave the letters to Maliber.

1493-07-17: William Gibson, Witness for Defendant
Testifies that he heard the reading of Thomas Dalston`s testament on the day of his death, including the legacy to Maliber of 40s if he served out his apprenticeship, and he was present when John Maliber renounced his legacy of 40 shillings and Agnes Dalston delivered Maliber his apprenticeship letters.

1493-07-01: William Bale, Witness for Plaintiff
Testifies that he was present at Thomas Dalston`s deathbed, and heard when Dalston bequeathed both to Maliber and to the witness, also an apprentice, a legacy to be paid if they served out their terms. Six months after Dalston`s death, the witness agreed to intercede with Agnes on Maliber`s behalf, that Maliber would receive his apprenticeship indenture in return for renouncing his legacy. He was not present when Agnes handed them over but he heard about it; he was present when they reached an agreement about the issue.

1491-01-15: William Newport  c. Isabel Newport  MarriageLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS0906579v, 95r-97v, 112rv
1491-01-15: William Powle, Witness for Plaintiff
Testifies that he was present, as the parish clerk of the church of St. Botulph without Aldgate, at the solemnization of Isabel and William Newport’s marriage, c. 29 September 1477.