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164 DOBBS V FULLER
John Dobbs of Bletsoe, co. Bedford, gent v Thomas Fuller of Olney, co. Buckingham, gent
The cause and result of Dobbs's complaint against Fuller remain unknown, but on 20 June 1635 he was required to 'shew causes why he should not be dismissed and charged taxes'. [For Fuller's counter suit, see cause 228].
Summary of proceedings
No counsel were mentioned, but the cause came before the Earl of Huntingdon, Lord Maltravers, Sir Henry Marten, Sir Francis Crane and Sir Henry Spelman on 20 June 1635, when Dobbs was required to 'shew causes why he should not be dismissed and charged taxes'.
No John Dobbs or Thomas Fuller appear in the Visitations for Bedford and Buckingham: F. A. Blaydes (ed.), The Visitations of Bedfordshire, 1566, 1582 and 1634 (Publications of the Harleian Society, 19, 1884); W. H. Rylands (ed.), The Visitation of the County of Buckingham made in 1634 (Publications of the Harleian Society, 53, 1909).
- Proceedings before Huntingdon: 8/25 (20 Jun 1635)
People mentioned in the case
- Crane, Francis, knight and baronet
- Dobbs, John
- Fuller, Thomas
- Hastings, Henry, earl of Huntingdon
- Howard, Henry, baron Maltravers
- Marten, Henry, knight
- Spelman, Henry, knight
Places mentioned in the case