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1491-10-25: Elizabeth Brown, Marion Lauson  c. Laurence Gilis  MarriageLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS090651r-3v, 85r-86v, 89r-93r, 99v-104r, 105v-107r, 110v-111r
1492-03-15: Robert Harrison, Witness for Plaintiff
Deposing regarding the reputation of Laurence Gilis`s witnesses, testifies to having witnessed William Grene`s dishonourable living, stating that he married the bawd and landlady of the brothel at the sign of the Hart`s Horn; that they “foster[ed] bawdry” for a year after their solemnization while they lived at the inn; that even after having moved away he is still affiliated with the inn through his servants/prostitutes; and that he has been reputed a bawd since the time he lived at the inn. Agrees with previous witness, Reginald Redemayn, regarding William Alston, adding that Alston has been a man of “good and honest conversation” for the past twelve years. Testifies that William Forster is reputed to have committed perjury on juries at Westminster, the Marshalsea, and the Clink. Testifies that John Travers is a thief; goods that were stolen from a Franciscan house were later found in Travers` home at Stewside.

1492-03-15: Henry Bulman, Witness for Plaintiff
Deposing regarding the reputation of Laurence Gilis`s witnesses, agrees with previous witness, Robert Harrison regarding William Grene`s activities at Stewside; he knows about it because he used to sell cloth there. Testifies to the good reputation and positive character of John Waldron and William Alston, who earn their living as a sawyer and a tailor respectively.

1492-03-15: John Barton, Witness for Plaintiff
Deposing regarding the reputation of Laurence Gilis`s witnesses, agrees with previous witness, Henry Bulman, regarding Grene, Waldron, and Alston, adding that he witnessed first-hand over the last six or seven years John Colyns`s recruitment of prostitutes for his brothels at Westminster and elsewhere.

1491-11-17: Laurence Wyberd, John Austen  c. Maude Gyll  MarriageLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS090653v-5v, 249v-251r
1491-11-21: Robert Austen, Witness for Competitor Suit
Testifies that he witnessed a present contract in Maude Gyll`s parents’ home between Gyll and John Austen, 25 December 1489. Testifies that he witnessed another present contract between the parties on 25 April 1491, and that Austen gave Gyll a ring as a marriage token.

1493-04-16: John Maliber  c. Agnes Dalston alias Boste  TestamentaryLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS09065142v, 150v-153r
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.