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1487-05-28: Richard Tymond  c. Margery Sheppard  MarriageLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS0906518r-20r
1487-11-22: John Sem, Response of Third Party
Testifies that he abducted Margery Sheppard, then in sequestration at Richard Spencer`s house during Richard Tymond`s suit. She had told him that she loved him more than she did Tymond, and he brought her to Winchelsea because it was outside of the bishop of London`s diocese.

1487-11-29: Margery Sheppard, Response of Defendant
Responds that while sequestered in late June 1487, she spoke to Robert Scimon, who, after she said that she wanted to see her father, told her he would bring her near her father`s house in Gracechurch Street. Responds that John Sem then met them at Scimon`s house. Admits that she agreed to leave sequestration with Robert Scimon and John Sem to go to Winchelsea.

1492-03-28: John Kendall  c. Isabel or Elizabeth Willy  MarriageLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS09065108v-109r, 110r, 113r-114r
1492-07-01: Richard Jelyf, Witness for Plaintiff
Testifies that around Christmas 1491 he confronted Elizabeth Willy at the house of Mistress Whaplode, where, as he had heard, she and his servant John Kendall had been meeting, hindering Kendall`s work for him. He testifies that Elizabeth Willy told him that Kendall was her “husband before God.”

1494-02-03: Cecily Clerk  c. William Huntingfeld  DefamationLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS09065182r-183v
1494-02-03: William Brownyng, Witness for Plaintiff
Testifies that he was present the previous week when William Huntingfeld defamed Cecily Clerk as a whore.