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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
1492-03-27: William Butteler, Witness for Plaintiff
Deposing regarding the reputation of Laurence Gilis`s witnesses, testifies to William Grene`s poor reputation at Stewside as a bawd and as a man who “greatly delighted in speaking vituperative and joking words,” which he himself often heard directly. Testifies that Ralph Bothumley was arrested and imprisoned for theft. Testifies that previous witnesses John Waldron and William Alston are “men of good fame and honest disposition” and are reputed as such in the precinct of St. Katherine. Testifies that John Colyns owns two tenements in which “common bawds and receivers of prostitutes live.” Testifies that Richard Keys is reputed a perjurer in the precinct of St. Katherine, and that he was present in court at Lewisham both when Keys swore that John Totehyll`s testimony was true and when, during his own suit in the court the same day against William Sawyer, the judge commented that Keys was a perjurer. Testifies that Peter James, as recently elected warden of the fraternity of St. Anthony, stole the fraternity`s chalice along with some other ornaments and, having never returned them, caused the dissolution of the fraternity.

1487-02-23: Joan Austy  c. William Codding  MarriageLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS0906514v
1487-02-23: William Codding, Response of Defendant
Admits that Joan Austy prosecuted him in the Consistory court because he had procured the solemnization of marriage between them, and that since 29 September 1486, they were husband and wife. Admits to having procured about January 1487 a royal writ to arrest Joan for trespass on account of her having previously threatened to poison his wife.

1491-11-08: Robert Warde  c. Joan Qualley or Whalley  MarriageLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS090656r-8r, 93v-94v, 98rv
1492-02-24: William Dichand or Dygham , Witness for Plaintiff
Testifies that he contracted marriage with Joan Qualley, in late October or early November 1491, and that he procured its solemnization in the chapel of St. Peter ad Vincula in the Tower around 10 February 1492 despite the court`s inhibitions, about which he claims he was never warned.

1492-12-04: Sir John Manyngham  c. Edmund Caryngton  Breach of Faith: DebtLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS09065120v-121r, 123v-124v, 125v
1492-12-04: Richard Woodlake, Witness for Plaintiff
Testifies that sometime between 24 June and 29 September 1491 in the cemetery of St. Katherine Cree he heard Edmund Caryngton promise Sir John Manyngham he would pay 20s by Easter 1492.

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: William Tommys, Witness for Plaintiff
Testifies that he was present for a future contract between Herbert Rowland and Elizabeth Croft and that he heard Elizabeth indicating that her employer, Master Banks, would be very angry about it, and that she quarreled with her sister.

1493-01-18: John Baker  c. Agnes Symson, previously Baker  TestamentaryLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS09065136r-137r
1493-01-18: Alice Waren, Witness for Defendant
Testifies that she heard from Agnes Symson that John Baker bequeathed to John Baker the younger lands worth 40s a year, and committed to his wife the administration of his testament. And she was present nine years ago around 29 Sept. when John Baker the younger was born in her home in Whitechapel and was baptised in the Whitechapel church. On the third day John Baker [unclear if this is the testator or the child born at Whitechapel] died and was buried in the same church.