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733 UNKNOWN V JENNINGS
Unknown plaintiff v Timothy Jennings of London, merchant
May - June 1637
The cause and result of this anonymous complaint remain unknown as only two memoranda survive, from May-June 1637, listing names and London parishes.
1 May 1637
Sums of £100 and £50 are mentioned.
4 March 12 Chas I (1636/7)
William Abell and James Garrard, both of London, and Edward Frier, gent
Timothy Jennings of London, merchant
Nicholas Crispe of the parish of St Mildred in Breadstreet, London, esq
John Pettett of the same, vintner
Thomas Crispe of the parish of St Stephen's Wallbrook, merchant
Thomas Wade of the parish of St Mildred in Breadstreet, salter
Henry Bridger of the parish of St Lawrence Old Jewry, mercer
John Blake of Redriff [Rotherhithe], co. Surrey, mariner
Signed William Abell, James Garrard and Edward Frier
A true copy, signed by Thomas Willys.
13 June 1637
Signed by Timothy Jennings, Nicholas Crispe, John Pettit, Henry Bridger, John Blake, Thomas Wade, Thomas Crispe.
'Sealed, subscribed and delivered by Mr Jennings and Mr Nicholas Crispe in the presence of Charles Cutlove.
Sealed, subscribed and delivered by Mr Pettit, Mr Bridger and Mr Blake in the presence of William Thomson.
Sealed, subscribed and delivered by Mr Wade and Mr Thomas Crispe in the presence of Humphrey Terrick.'
Witnessed by John Watson.
Timothy Jennings did not appear in the Visitations of London: J. Jackson Howard and J. L. Chester (eds.), The Visitation of London, 1633, 1634 and, 1635, vol. I (Publications of the Harleian Society, 15, 1880); J. Jackson Howard (ed.), The Visitation of London, 1633, 1634 and, 1635, vol. II (Publications of the Harleian Society, 17, 1883); J. B. Whitmore and A. W. Hughes Clarke (eds.), London Visitation Pedigrees, 1664 (Publications of the Harleian Society, 92, 1940).
- 3/183, Memorandum
- Memorandum: 3/183 (1 May 1637)
- Memorandum: 3/184 (13 Jun 1637)
People mentioned in the case
- Abell, William
- Blake, John, mariner
- Bridger, Henry, mercer
- Crispe, Nicholas, esq
- Cutlove, Charles
- Frier, Edward, gent
- Garrard, James
- Jennings, Timothy, merchant
- Pettett, John, vintner (also Pettit)
- Terrick, Humphrey
- Thomson, William
- Wade, Thomas, salter
- Watson, John
Places mentioned in the case
- St Lawrence, Old Jewry
- St Mildred, Bread Street
- St Stephen, Wallbrook