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525 POLKINHORNE V GUBBES
Roger Polkinhorne of Penzance, co. Cornwall, gent v Anthony Gubbes of the same, mercer
The cause and result of Polkinhorne's complaint against Gubbes remains unknown as only his bond of 9 June 1640 survives.
5/158, Plaintiff's bond
9 June 1640
Bound to 'appear in the court in the painted Chamber within the Pallace of Westminster'.
Signed by Hen. Polkinhorne
Sealed, subscribed and delivered in the presence of John Watson.
Roger Polkinhorne was the fifth son of John Polkinhorne of co. Cornwall, and Alice, daughter of Otes Edy of Bodmin, co. Cornwall. He was aged 14 in 1620.
J. L. Vivian and H. H. Drake (eds.), The Visitation of Cornwall in the year 1620 (Publications of the Harleian Society, 9, 1874), p. 175.
- Initial proceedings
- Plaintiff's bond: 5/158 (9 Jun 1640)
People mentioned in the case
- Edy, Alice
- Edy, Otes
- Gubbes, Anthony, mercer
- Polkinhorne, Alice (also Pulkinhorne)
- Polkinhorne, Henry, gent (also Pulkinhorne)
- Polkinhorne, John (also Pulkinhorne)
- Polkinhorne, Roger, gent (also Pulkinhorne)
- Watson, John
Places mentioned in the case