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1493-12-05: Henry Baker, Thomas Pursot  c. Collecta Rawlyn  TestamentaryLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS09065173v-175r
1493-12-05: William Stokbrig, Witness for Plaintiff
Agrees with previous witness, John Tailour, because he was present when the events he described happened; testifies that Collecta Rawlyn and the scribe Sentjeste urged him with a promise of payment to offer testimony that John Rawlyn had written up an alternative will making Collecta and Carr his executors, though he denies the existence of another will. Also indicates that Lord Dynham attempted to arbitrate the dispute as Rawlyn and the executors were his servants; he testified that when Sentjeste was examined by Lord Dehman, he recognized the testament shown to him, and asserted that it was in fact the actual testament of the deceased.

1493-12-05: Robert Pursot, Witness for Plaintiff
Testifies that he heard from John SentJest that John Rawlyn, in his testament, bequeathed money to the church of Hatfield and the fraternity of the Holy Trinity, and named William Rawlyn, Henry Baker, Thomas Pursot, and Carr as his executors, though Carr`s name was later removed from the testament.