478 Officers Of Arms v Fogg

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478 OFFICERS OF ARMS V FOGG

Officers of Arms v Ezechus Fogg of Chilham, co. Kent

October 1637

Abstract

This was a cause of office in which Dr Duck informed Gilbert Dethick that the Officers of Arms desired a monition against Fogg for unpaid fees probably at the funeral of his father. The cause and result of the case remain unknown as no other proceedings survive.

Initial proceedings

3/129, Fiat

'The officers of armes desire a process against Ezechus Fogg of Chilham, executor of his father for certificate and fee. This is agreeable to my L. Maltravers order.

I desire Mr Dethick to issue these processes.'

18 October 1637.

Signed by Arthur Duck.

Notes

An Ezechias Fogg of Chilham married Margaret, daughter of Thomas Courthop. Their daughter Mary married John Rooke, son of Lawrence Rooke of Monk's Horton, co. Kent.

R. Hovenden (ed.), The Visitation of Kent taken in the years 1619-21 (Publications of the Harleian Society, 42, 1898), p. 184; G. J. Armytage (ed.), A Visitation of the County of Kent, 1663-8 (Publications of the Harleian Society, 54, 1906), p. 61.

Documents

  • Initial proceedings
    • Fiat: 3/129 (18 Oct 1637)

People mentioned in the case

  • Courthop, Margaret
  • Courthop, Thomas
  • Dethick, Gilbert, registrar
  • Duck, Arthur, lawyer
  • Fogg, Ezechus
  • Fogg, Margaret
  • Fogg, Mary
  • Howard, Henry, baron Maltravers
  • Rooke, John
  • Rooke, Lawrence

Places mentioned in the case

  • Kent
    • Chilham
    • Monk's Horton

Topics of the case

  • cause of office
  • funeral ceremony
  • Herald