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1489-10-21: John Jenyn  c. Alice Seton  John Grose  MarriageLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS0906560rv, 46r, 66v, 71rv, 78v-79r
1489-10-21: William Avenyll, Witness for Plaintiff
Testifies that he witnessed a present contract between John Jenyn and Alice Seton, 17 May 1489.

1490-11-30: Thomas Gyrseby, Witness for Defendant
Testifies that in the fall of 1489 he saw Alice Seton in Maldon in the parish church at the time of mass, sitting with John Grose`s mother in wifely apparel [or, in the wives` pews], and that he had heard about the wedding and that in Maldon they acted as if they were married.

1490-11-30: Robert Mathew, Witness for Defendant
Testifies that while he missed the solemnization of John Grose and Alice Seton`s marriage in Maldon, he was present for the nuptial feast afterwards, on 16 August 1489. Testifies that they lived together in Maldon for eight or more weeks thereafter and were commonly reputed as husband and wife.

1490-11-29: William Geffrey, Witness for Defendant
Testifies that he was present for the solemnization of Alice Seton and John Grose`s marriage in Maldon parish church, 16 August 1489. Testifies that they lived together in Maldon for eight weeks and then, as he heard, they moved to Old Fish Street, London; he heard also that Grose impregnated Seton.

1490-03-11: Joan Ponder  c. Margaret Samer  DefamationLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS0906570r-71r
1490-03-11: Richard Twety, Witness for Plaintiff
Agrees with previous witness, John Stoner, adding that he witnessed John Ponder claim Margaret Samer had earlier defamed his wife, Joan Ponder, calling her a prostitute and a harlot. Testifies to Samer`s reputation for being a “common defamer and a scold.” Testifies that since the speaking of these words he does not hold Joan Ponder in lesser esteem, but that he thinks this affair has hurt Joan`s daughter’s chances of contracting marriage.

1493-11-04: William Yewle, Thomas Grey  c. Katherine Garyngton  MarriageLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS09065167r-168v, 179rv, 180v-181r, 191v-194r, 196v-197r
1493-11-19: Ellen Graveley, Witness for Plaintiff
Testifies to witnessing future tense contract between William Yewle and Katherine Garyngton, and that both parties subsequently exchanged gifts as tokens of marriage.