Sessions, 1613: 15 and 16 April

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County of Middlesex. Calendar To the Sessions Records: New Series, Volume 1, 1612-14. Originally published by Clerk of the Peace, London, 1935.

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General Sessions held at Westminster, and Gaol Delivery at the Old Bailey, 15 and 16 April, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].


Recognizances of:—

—April, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Richard Shewell of Christ Church, butcher, and Christopher Gully of St. Sepulchre's, butcher, to give evidence against Ralph Gurly for felony.
The said Ralph guilty for a wether sheep, seeks the book, reads, branded.
Sess. Roll 520/3.
G.D.R. 1/218d.

13 April, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Joan Palmer of Fenchurch, spinster, Elizabeth Taut and Tabitha Sewer of Clerkenwell, spinsters, to give evidence against Richard Adlam and Thomas Tippinge for felony.
Came and prosecuted in London.
Sess. Roll 520/4.

9 April, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Alice, wife of Richard Niccoles of Golding Lane, St. Giles'-withoutCripplegate, labourer, and Edmund Weaver of Gray's Inn Lane, High Holborn, saddler, for the said Alice to give evidence against Ann Lakyns [Laykins] of Golding Lane, widow, for felony.
Sess. Roll 520/5.
G.D.R. 1/214, 219d.
P.R.B. 1/20.

1 April, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Frederick Norman of Charterhouse Lane, yeoman, and Peter Milborne of Charterhouse Lane, tailor, to give evidence against Edward Houlder for felony.
Sess. Roll 520/6, 16.

9 April, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
William Symons of Finchley, yeoman, to give evidence against Thomas Mansfill and Henry Sawyer for felony, and against George Jaques of St. John Street, tailor [chandler], about the escape of a prisoner.
Sess. Roll 520/7.
Sess. Reg. 1/606, 613.

9 April, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Henry Ballerd [Ballarde] of Lambeth, co. Surrey, yeoman, to give evidence against Charles Cossy of St. Swithin's, haberdasher, for stealing 5s. in money from him; and of James Trotter of St. Dunstan'sin-the-West, clothworker, William Wetherall of All Hallows, London Wall, dyer, and Robert Triply of St. Giles'-without-Cripplegate, miller, for the said Charles to appear.
Sess. Roll 520/8, 24.
G.D.R. 1/219d.

—March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
William Crippes of West Drayton, fisherman, to prosecute Edward Batt, butcher, and Robert Batt, both of Uxbridge.
Sess. Roll 520/9.
Sess. Reg. 1/604.

1 April, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Arthur Robinson of Whitecross Street, weaver, to give evidence against Thomas—for stealing a gun from him.
Sess. Roll 520/11.

9 April, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
William Johnson of St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, smith, to give evidence against Henry Raymon of St. Botolph's-without-Bishopsgate, poulterer, and William Feilde [Fielde] for felony, suspected for a cloak.
The said William Feilde delivered by proclamation.
Sess. Roll 520/12.
G.D.R. 1/218, 219.

8 April, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Magnus Copeland of Smithfield Bar, labourer, and Thomas Collier, of the same, collier, to give evidence against Henry Levett for felony.
Sess. Roll 520/14.

6 December, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Henry Cletherowe of Watford, co. Hertford, iron-monger, Stephen Seale of East Smithfield, haberdasher, and Mark Wright of St. George's, Southwark, co. Surrey, weaver, for the said Henry for stealing a cloak from John Mathewes.
Sess. Roll 520/23.

25 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Agnes Burbery of Harbury, co. Warwick, widow, to give evidence against Emma, wife of William Hills [Hilles] of Field Lane, yeoman, for felony.
Sess. Roll 520/25.
P.R.B. 1/19d.

13 April, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Thomas Munns of St. Mary Abchurch, woollen-draper, to give evidence against Miles Pylsey [Peasey, Pyssey, Pusey] and Frances his wife for stealing—plate and other goods.
The said Miles respited to prison without bail. Delivered by proclamation.
The said Frances acknowledges the indictment, to be hanged.
Sess. Roll 520/26.
Sess. Reg. 1/601.
G.D.R. 1/218, 218d, 220d.

9 April, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Thomas Forde of Ratcliffe, gunner, to give evidence against John Groce [Grice] of the same, gunner [gunmaker], George Grice [Grace] of the same, drayman, and Katherine his wife, all for stealing 15s. in money out of the pocket of the said Thomas; and of Thomas Gayner, mercer, Robert Hembricks, victualler, and Anthony Gillam, drayman, all of the same, for the said John, George and Katherine to appear.
The said John, George and Katherine came and were discharged.
Sess. Roll 520/33, 34, 35, 36.
G.D.R. 1/219d.

Indictments of:—

3 April, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Alice Redferne of New Brentford, spinster, for assaulting William Bucke at the same, and stealing a handkerchief worth 2d., and £11 16s. in money out of the said handkerchief, from the said William.
Guilty, no goods, to be hanged.
Prosecutors:—Richard Thorpe, Robert Parnell, Thomas Grove.
Sess. Roll 520/1.
G.D.R. 1/219.

12 April, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
William Greene of Westham Abbey, yeoman, for stealing seven hens worth 7s. from Francis Barnes, gentleman, at Whitechapel.
Guilty to the value of 11d., no goods, to be whipped.
Sess. Roll 520/2.
G.D.R. 1/218d.

9 April, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Robert Lewes [Lewis] of St. John Street [Cow Cross], butcher, and Thomas Clewen [Clewyn] of the same, butcher, for stealing two black heifers each worth 50s. from Richard Smyth [Smith], citizen and innholder of London, at St. Pancras.
Both at large.
Prosecutor:—Henry Graves.
Sureties for the said Robert:—Christopher Goulley, butcher, and William Morrice, yeoman, both of Cow Cross.
Sess. Roll 520/10, 13, 22.
G.D.R. 1/219d.
P.R.B. 1/19d.

1 April, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
William Denman of Mile End, yeoman, for stealing a bay gelding worth 70s. from George Neepe at Stepney.
Guilty, no goods, to be hanged. Respited to prison without judgment.
Sess. Roll 520/17.
G.D.R. 1/218d.

25 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Clement Drurye [Drewrye] and John Griffyn [Griffen] of East Smithfield, yeomen, for stealing a pair of scissors worth 6d., and a handkerchief worth 9d. from William Fanner of the same, butcher, in the highway at the same.
Both guilty, no goods, to be hanged. [Previously convicted] in the county of Essex therefore do not have benefit of clergy but are to be hanged.
Sess. Roll 520/18, 31.
G.D.R. 1/219.

5 April, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Alice Everytt of Rosemary Lane, spinster, for stealing a brown cloak worth £5 from a man unknown at the same.
Not guilty.
Prosecutor:—Richard Seale.
Sess. Roll 520/19.
G.D.R. 1/219.

9 April, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
George Weaklyn [Walklyn] and Thomas Williamson of "St. Jones," St. James', Clerkenwell, yeomen, for entering the house of Sir Henry Myms, Knight, at the same, and putting Sampson Appleby to fright in the said house [deleted], and for stealing a cloak of mingled colour worth 20s., a hat worth 2s., a pair of stockings worth 20d., a pair of garters worth 2s., a jerkin worth 5s., a pair of boots worth 2s., two horse-cloths worth 12d., and a "currey comb" worth 12d. belonging to the said Sir Henry.
Both not guilty.
Prosecutors:—John Chatborne, John Peereson, Roger Dowden, Edmund Wolsingham [Walsingham] of the same.
Sess. Roll 520/20, 27.
G.D.R. 1/219.

6 April, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Thomas Freeman of Ratcliffe, yeoman, for stealing a gown worth 10s. from Thomas Prentice of the same, carpenter, at the same.
Guilty, no goods, seeks the book, reads, branded.
Prosecutor:—Elizabeth Prentice.
Sess. Roll 520/21, 32.
G.D.R. 1/219.

12 April, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
—of St. Clement Danes, labourer, for breaking into the house of Richard Halsey at the Strand and stealing his goods.
Guilty, no goods, to be hanged.
Sess. Roll 520/28.

3 April, 11 James I. [A.D. 1613].
Nicholas Rowles of Hammersmith, yeoman, for assaulting William Freelove at the same, and stealing 34s. 7d. in money out of his pocket.
Not guilty.
Sess. Roll 520/29.
G.D.R. 1/219.

15 January, 9 James I [A.D. 1611–12].
Charles Bourne and Thomas H—of London, yeomen, for assaulting Matthew Whityeare of St. Andrew's, Holborn, and stealing a cloak of mingled colour worth 40s., a sword worth 5s., a pair of " hingers" worth 4s., a band and a pair of cuffs worth 7s., a pair of gloves worth 6d., a pair of knives worth 12d., a purse worth 1d. with 10s. in money in it, and a gold ring worth 6d. from the said Matthew.
The said Charles not guilty at the Sessions held at the Justice Hall

2 October, 10 James I [A.D. 1612].
The said Thomas puts himself—
Sess. Roll 520/30.

12 April, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
John Bernard [Barnard] of the Strand, St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, in Westminster, yeoman, for breaking into the house of Emery Tuckfeilde at the same, and stealing a jerkin worth 2s., a pair of bodies worth 2s., two neck-cloths worth 4d., and a cross-cloth worth 2d. belonging to the said Emery; and for breaking into the house of Henry Higges at St. Martin's aforesaid at two o'clock at night, and stealing three shirts worth 3s., a hat worth 6d., and "one outsyde of a payre of breeches" worth 12d. belonging to the said Henry; and for breaking into the house of Thomas Reynolds at Westminster, and stealing a doublet worth 4d., two ruff-bands worth 2s., two fallingbands worth 10d., two shirts worth 2s., and ten towels worth—, belonging to the said Thomas.
Acknowledged. To be hanged.
Prosecutor:—Joan Tuckfeilde.
Sess. Roll 520/37, 38, 39.
G.D.R. 1/218d, 219.

2 April, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Denise, wife of John Harper of Harrow Weald, yeoman, for stealing two pairs of sheets worth 13s., a silk girdle worth 20d., a ruff-band worth 5d., a pair of shoes worth 12d., and two pieces of linen cloth worth 2s. belonging to Richard Stanborowe at the same.
Not guilty.
Prosecutor:—Ellen Platt.
Sess. Roll 520/40.
G.D.R. 1/218d.

29 March, 11 James I [A.D. 1613].
Roger Mopperlye [Mapperley] of St. Clement Danes, yeoman, for stealing eight yards of cotton worth 11d. from John Rouland at the same.
Not guilty.
Prosecutor:—Hanaball Rouland.
Sess. Roll 520/41.
G.D.R. 1/218d.


p.598. Francis Michell of Goswell Street, esquire, gentleman, treasurer for the maimed soldiers within the hundreds of Osulstone, Edmonton and Gore for this year to come.

John Bevington of Chancery Lane, gentleman, treasurer for the relief of the hospitals, Marshalsea and King's Bench within the said hundreds.

John Millett of Hayes, gentleman, treasurer for the maimed soldiers within the hundreds of Elthorne, Spelthorne and Isleworth.

Edmond Baker of Uxbridge, gentleman, treasurer for the relief of the King's Bench, Marshalsea and hospitals within the said hundreds.

Order for Sir William Waad and Sir Thomas Fowler to take the accounts of John Robinson and William Wilford, the last treasurers for the maimed soldiers and hospitals within the former hundreds and deliver them to the new appointed for that collection.

Similar order for Sir Francis Darcy and Sir Gideon Awnsham to take the accounts of Robert Watson and Henry Osmond, treasurers for the latter hundreds.

p.599. Came and discharged:—

Thomas Sheppard of Greenford, yeoman, taken at New Brentford for counterfeiting the constable's hand about a ratement. The cause is referred to the hearing of Sir Francis Darcy and Christopher Mericke, esquire.

Matthew Smyth of Hounslow, innholder, to answer [blank] Kippinge.

William Howell of St. Andrew's, Holborn, yeoman, for unjustly taking 2s. of Mr. Freeman to spare him from being of the Jury of Annoyances, and being called did make answer to the Commissioners that he was sick which was not so.

Matthew Welche of Golding Lane, yeoman, for cheating.

John Hancocke of Holborn, clockmaker, to answer.


John Swynnarton of Islington, yeoman, for rescuing a prisoner from the constables of the same, and for annoying the highway in a lane near to his house. Handed in bail to William Benninge of Tottenham High Cross, yeoman, and George Burrowes of Islington, yeoman, to prosecute the traverse of his indictment (and p. 612).

p.600. Came and discharged:—

Robert Ollyver of Fenchurch, yeoman.

John Eaton of St. Olave's, Southwark, co. Surrey, haberdasher.

Robert Jones of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, yeoman, for hurting Nicholas Chute [Shute] of Westminster, butcher, and the said Nicholas for hurting the said Robert (and P.R.B. 1/20d).

Robert Borden of St. Peter's near Paul's Wharf.

William Culham of Stepney, yeoman.

Robert Tyler of Wapping, mariner.

Robert Peacocke of Clerkenwell, labourer.

Frances, wife of Thomas Charles of St. Andrew's, Holborn.

John Trewman of Field Lane, carpenter.

John Newse of St. John Street, grocer.

Alice, wife of Octavian Burrell of Stepney, embroiderer, to discharge the parish of a child.

Lewis Foxwell of Turnmill Street, clothworker.

Mary, wife of Thomas Mann of Turnmill Street, barber.

Margery Allen alias Gardiner of the same, spinster.

John Evans of Chiswell Street, labourer.

Elizabeth, wife of [blank] Campe of Clerkenwell, labourer.

Christopher Kirkland of the same, porter.

Robert Rickarde of St. John Street, chandler, for abusing the constable.

Jehoshaphat Smythe of Clerkenwell, haberdasher.

Ann Dyllen of Chiswell Street, widow.

p.601. Richard Symonds of Norton Folgate, innkeeper.

Robert Smythe of St. Giles'-in-the-Fields, baker.

Henry Davyes of the same, baker.

John Fyde [Fydey] of Twickenham, cooper, for suspicion of felony. (and G.D.R. f.220).

John Shell of Witten in Twickenham, labourer, for abusing the constable.

John Gregory of West Drayton, miller, and Margery his wife.

William Scaberrye of Hampton, waterman.

Susan Chappell of Hounslow, spinster.

Miles Luther of the same, innholder, and his wife.

Robert Hussey of St. Giles'-without-Cripplegate, brewer.

Edward Smythe of the same, tailor.

Henry White of Shoreditch, victualler, for harbouring thieves.

Mary, wife of Giles Addys of St. Giles'-without-Cripplegate, embroiderer.

Katherine Phillipps.

John Anthony of the same, musician, for abusing the headborough.

Sara, wife of John Smythe of Shoreditch, gardener.

William Wood of St. Sepulchre's, tallow-chandler.

Thomas Forde, servant to William Crosse of Hackney, for hurting John Richardson.

Richard Harryson of Shoreditch, tailor, and Jane his wife.

p.602. Agnes, wife of Nicholas Enos of St. Giles'-without-Cripplegate.

Thomas Browne of Clerkenwell, glover.

Alice Brewse of the same, spinster.

Discharged on a certificate of the parishioners shown to the Court that the party is held to discharge the parish of a bastard child:—

Thomas Waye of St. Dunstan's-in-the-West, tailor, for begetting a child on Margery Curleys.

Came and discharged:—

John Mayeor of St. Giles'-without-Cripplegate, labourer.

Richard Wheeler of St. Sepulchre's, butcher.

John Storye of St. Botolph's-without-Bishopsgate, tailor.

William Whyte of Shere Lane, chandler, about a child left to the parish.

John Porter of St. Clement Danes, poulterer.

Richard Adams of the same, cook.

William Harryson of Harlington, yeoman.

Ann Pynnard of Hillingdon, spinster.

Richard Partridge, yeoman, Alice Partridge, widow, and Dorothy Edlyn, widow, all of the same.

George Spruell of Thieving Lane, yeoman.

Margaret Spruell, spinster, and William Echill, yeoman, both of the same.

Alice Heyward of Hillingdon, spinster.

Matthew Atkinson of the Savoy, yeoman, about a bastard child.

Thomas Cannynge of Westminster, carpenter.

Nicholas Butler of the same, salter.

p.602. Caseus Urley of the same, gentleman.

Helen, wife of John Emerton of Cow Lane.

Welthian Smythe.

John Heale of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, collier, for victualling without licence.

William Coppe of the same, yeoman, for hurting George Charleton.

Edward Price of St. Andrew's, Holborn, yeoman.

Nathaniel Collyer of Paddington, labourer.

John Wells of St. Andrew's, Holborn, stationer.

Hester, wife of William Rogers of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, yeoman.

William Rogers of the same, victualler, for tippling without licence.

Handed over further to John Wells of St. Clement Danes, stationer, Henry Winter of Cliffords' Inn, gentleman, and John Amys of St. Michael's, Cornhill, grocer:—

Frances Killam of St. Andrew's, Holborn, spinster, to discharge the parish of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields of a bastard child (and p.613).

Came and discharged:—

Mary, wife of Richard Smalle of Westminster, musician, for misdemeanours.

Richard Ganney of Field Lane, butcher.

Arthur Phan of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, wheelwright, for victualling without licence.

p.604. Thomas Bearde of Whitechapel, bricklayer, to prosecute the plea on information (and p.613).

John Parker of Golding Lane, salter.

Hugh Bonnell of Whitechapel, bugle-maker, about a bastard child, and Elizabeth Gylmynde for the like.

Richard Powell of St. Mary Hill, bugle-maker.

Isabel, wife of Richard Baylie.

Mary, wife of Philip Richardson, charged to be a harbourer of thieves.

Robert Hodnall of Berkhamstead, co. Hertford, for wounding one Partridge.

William Martyn of East Smithfield, carpenter.

Henry Quinne of Stepney, chimney-sweeper.

John Mardoxe of Ruislip, victualler, for tippling without licence.

William Iverye of Hillingdon, labourer.

Edward Clynton of Ruislip, tailor, and Edward Clynton of the same, for tippling without licence.

Charles Clynton, tailor, and William Evans, both of the same.

James Atlee of the same, yeoman, for "shootinge in a piece."

George Lancaster of Westminster, shoemaker.

Thomas Browne of Chiswick, cobbler.

John Browne of the same, victualler.

John Pace of Islington, yeoman, and John Clarkson of the same.

Thomas Wallis of Westminster, carpenter.

p.605. Daniel Tarrant of Deptford, co. Kent, gentleman.

Edward Fox of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, glover.

Walter Kent of Westminster, cutler, Susan his wife, and Martha Evans his servant.

Edward Weaver and William Weaver of the same, coopers.

Simon Ball of St. Mary Overies, co. Surrey, poulterer, to answer.

John Snell and Arthur Snell of Sunbury, yeomen.

Handed in bail to John Harbert of Brentford, victualler, and Edward Tipper of the same, yeoman:—

Richard Lewis of New Brentford, clothworker (and p. 613).

Came and discharged:—

Henry Dunston [Tunston] of New Brentford, cooper, to answer James Hawley, esquire (and G.D.R. f.220).

John Needes the elder, butcher, and John Eddenbrasse, yeoman, both of the same.

Renewed recognizance until the next:—

William Griffiths of Wick, butcher, for killing meat in Lent (and p. 613).

Came and discharged:—

William Harre of Edmonton, yeoman.

George Owles of Tottenham, yeoman.

John Wyatt of Edmonton, yeoman.

Richard Bassett of Enfield, brewer.

Denice Covell, servant to the Lord Brewse, for wounding John Newman and Matthew Buggerell.

Matthew Bryan, servant to William Ramsey, esquire, for the like.

Handed in bail to William Paggington of Edgware, gentleman:—

William Heyward the elder of the same, locksmith, for dangerously wounding and hurting John Lyon (and p. 613).

p.606. Henry Jeffrayes of St. Katherine's, victualler.

John Baker of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, blacksmith.

John Howe of Uxbridge, blacksmith, for abusing the inhabitants of Norcott.

Bartholomew Hill, labourer.

Came and discharged.:—

Elizabeth, wife of Bryan Caseurley of Westminster.

Agnes Hackley of Whitton Dean, widow, to appear (and Vol. 2, p.5).

Elizabeth Hodson, committed for felony, for divers goods. Not guilty (and f. 219).

Christiana Wildeman.

Handed in bail to Richard Lawrence of St. Botolph's-withoutAldgate, yeoman, and Robert Kinge of Highgate, husbandman:—

Robert Howe the elder of South Mimms, yeoman.

Handed in bail to the said Robert Howe and Thomas Howe of the same, yeoman:—

Robert Howe the younger of the same, yeoman.

Handed in bail to the said Robert Howe and Robert Icon of the same, yeoman:—

The said Thomas Howe.

Handed in bail to James Killett and Richard Miller of the same, yeoman:—

Lyon Eeles [Ellis] of Hampstead, blacksmith (and p. 613).

p.607. 2 March, 10 James I [A.D. 1612–13].
Indenture of the apprenticeship of William Burges, son of Thomas Burges of All Hallows in the borough town of Northampton, clothworker, to William Steevenson of the liberty of Norton Folgate, cordwainer.
Signed by the said William, witnessed by John Broune, scrivener, and Silvester Hodges.

p.608. 15 April, A.D. 1613.
Badgers, Kidders and Drovers Licensed at the Sessions.

Thomas Feasacre of Hampstead.
Thomas Tanner of Hendon.
Richard Sutton of Hendon.
John Joyce of Hendon.
Henry Sharnbrooke of Finchley.
Henry Tanner of Harrow Weald.
K John Dagger of Edmonton.
K Richard Roke of Edmonton.
Thomas Brise of Hanwell.
K Peter Buckminster of Kingsbury.
K Francis Shepparde of Kingsbury.
Richard Newman of Kingsbury.
K Henry Pennyston of Kingsbury.
Thomas Snoden of Kingsbury.
Henry Atfeld of Staines.
Thomas Weekes of Staines.
Samuel Bonefoye of Norcott.
John Edlyn of Pinner.
John Burton of Paddingswick.
K William Russell of Hayes.
K John Taylor of Hayes.
K John Bushe of Hillingdon.
Edward Broadshawe of Stanmore.
D Miles Pollard of Islington.
K Matthew Drakett of Islington.
D William Pryer of Islington.
D John Knowles of Islington.
D John Readinge of Islington.
D John Goldsmith of Islington.
D George Smythe of Islington.
D Bennet Chaplyn of Islington.
D Richard Barket of Islington.
K Thomas Ewar of Enfield.
K Ann Letherland of Enfield.
Samuel Lofte of Enfield.
John Hollowell of Enfield.
K Anthony Thatcher of Hounslow.
K William Boultons of Ratcliffe.
John Gardiner of Whitechapel.
K Thomas Luddington of Stepney.
D Michael Shordiche of Ickenham.
Walter Lake of St. Clement Danes.


f.218. Delivered by proclamation:—

Isaac Haynes, John Blythe, Agnes Hall, Matthew Hall, Matthew Cockar, John Basse, Garrett Jermon, Elizabeth Dymond.

Respited to the gaol at Cambridge:—

Cuthbert Swynstone [Swinstone]. Delivered by proclamation (and f.220d).

Respited to prison without bail:—

Ambrose Blundell For a robbery done in the highway, taken in the hue and cry. Delivered by proclamation (and f. 220d.)
Thomas Pytman
George Osborne

f. 218d. Respited to prison for sureties and to give evidence:—

George Harris.

Respited to prison further:—

Henry Wiles for suspicion of a robbery at Mile End, and the plaintiff is wounded.

Respited to prison without bail:—

Dorothy Crumpton [Crompton] and Ann White. Delivered by proclamation (and f.220d)

Margaret Davies.

Guilty of felony, not guilty of burglary, no goods, seek the book, read, branded:—

Henry Bowyer for burglary.

Thomas Mansell.

Guilty, no goods, to be hanged:—

William Bird for burglary.

f.219d. Came and discharged:—

Thomas Attawell of London, gentleman, for linen.

William Dawtrey of St. Dunstan's-in-the-West, gentleman, for letting a felon escape out of the stocks.

Emma, wife of William Elmes of St. Andrew's, Holborn, victualler, for 13s. in money.

Nicholas Evans of St. Giles'-without-Cripplegate, sawyer.

John Davyes of St. Katherine's, brewer, for a hat-band.

Nicholas Thredder of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, carman, for stealing hay from Mr. Longe's rick.

William Harris of Amersham, co. Buckingham, cordwainer.

Came and was acquitted on oath. Not guilty:—

William Sympson of London, yeoman, for divers goods (and f. 219).


John Denton of St. Andrew's, Holborn, yeoman.

Elizabeth Barnes of St. Sepulchre's, widow.

William Savill of St. Clement Danes, gentleman. Remains in gaol without bail, respited by order of the Justices (and Sess. Roll 519/154, and f. 215).


f.19. Joan Griffen of St. Botolph's-without-Aldgate, widow, for keeping a bawdy house.

John Knight of the same, yeoman, for the like.

[blank] Hurse of St. Botolph's-without-Bishopsgate, widow, and [blank] Gibbs of the same, widow, for the like.

John Clarke of St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, yeoman, for the like.

John Clemens of the same, yeoman, and his wife, for the like.

Elizabeth, wife of William Everingham of Hendon, yeoman, for recusancy.

Thomas Addams of Twickenham, yeoman, for a common drunkard.

Walter Agar of Edmonton, gentleman, for not scouring a ditch in a lane called "Marshelane" leading into the marsh in length 40 perches or thereabouts, to the great annoyance of the country.

[blank] Whittacres of "Yeddinge" in the parish of Hayes, widow, for not scouring a watercourse.

For recusancy:—

Agnes, wife of Robert Cole of Heston, yeoman.

Agnes Cole, daughter of the said Robert.

Anne Glascocke of the same, widow.

Jane, wife of Thomas Cole of the same, shoemaker.

Thomas Bird of Whitechapel, labourer, for using the trade of a bricklayer, not being apprenticed for seven years.

Richard Mann of Stepney, labourer, for the like, by information.

For trespass:—

Hugh Clapham of Clerkenwell, yeoman.

John Lampney of St. John Street, butcher.

Robert Michell of Cow Cross, butcher.

f.19d. Henry Graves of the same, butcher.

Matthew Mawe of the same, butcher.

William Hollingworth of Whitecross Street, butcher.

William Muddle of Cow Cross, butcher.

Robert Howson of Whitecross Street, butcher.

John Bateman of St. John Street, butcher.

Walter Mayne of the same, yeoman, for tippling without licence.

Robert Charlton and Henry Wilde of the same, yeomen, for the like.

For recusancy:—

Richard Woodriffe [Woodruffe] of St. Giles'-in-the-Fields, esquire.

Lady Elizabeth Percie, wife of the said Richard.

Thomas Abbington of the same, gentleman, and Mary his wife. f.20. Francis Hutton of High Holborn, goldsmith.

Ralph Prior of Gray's Inn Lane, yeoman, for tippling without licence.

Katherine East of the same, widow, for tippling without licence.

Robert Gutteridge of Charterhouse Lane, gentleman, and Margery his wife, for recusancy.

Alexander Forde of the same, cordwainer, for harbouring idle persons.

For recusancy:—

Elizabeth, wife of Edmund Taylor of Clerkenwell, gentleman.

For keeping bawdy houses:—

John Rolfe of the same, yeoman, and Philadelphia his wife.

Matthew Lopus of the same, yeoman, and Elizabeth his wife.

Hugh Clapham of the same, yeoman, and Julia his wife.

John Hall of the same, yeoman.

Isabel Parker of the same, spinster.

William Hunt of the same, yeoman.

f.20d. James Burnett and Edward Becke of Clerkenwell, labourers, for tippling without licence.

Mary Jones of the same, widow, for a common harbourer of rogues.

Thomas Peirson and Charles Baguley of the same, yeomen, for the like.

John Dent of Dartford, co. Kent, yeoman, for a bloodshed upon Evan ap Richard.

Sir Henry North of the same, Knight, for an annoyance.

Richard Gresham of Saffron Hill, carpenter, for recusancy.

Thomas Bateman of the same, embroiderer, for the like. On 13 October, 1614, discharged upon certificate of conformity from John, Bishop of London, under his hand and episcopal seal, shown by William Wiltshire, gentleman.

William Atterbury of Grub Street, porter, "for an obstinate browniste."

John Jackes of Westminster, saddler, for refusing to watch.

Andrew Burnell of the same, yeoman, for the like.

John Mason of the same, tailor, for the like.

Robert Hazard of the same, gentleman, for the like.

John Burrowe, Christopher Croft and Edward Kerbey of the same, yeomen, for committing a bloodshed upon Richard Chadborne.

Henry Peachy of the same, ropemaker, for the like upon the body of Anne Lylman.

Martin Ingram of the same, gentleman, for recusancy.

John Asten and Mr. Sheppard of the same, gentlemen, for refusing to watch.

f.21. [blank] Agard and Daniel Carter of the same, gentlemen, for the like.

For recusancy:—

Hugh Griffen of Westminster, tailor, and Mary his wife.

George Jerningham of the same, yeoman, and Helen his wife.

John Garnett of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, yeoman.

Olivia, Lady Hennadge of the same.

Ann, wife of George Hunt of the same.

John Bull of St. Clement Danes, yeoman, for refusing to watch.

Richard Bromeley of the same, labourer, for using the trade of a plasterer, not being an apprentice seven years, by information.