Worcestershire Quarter Sessions: 1640s

Petitions to the Worcestershire Quarter Sessions, 1592-1797.

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Thomas Wall, constable of Wick Episcopi. Ref.110 BA1/1/76/14 (1640)

Right worshipful

I have served my yeare as cunstable for Wick Episcope cum menbris how troblesom your worships knoweth being lxvi yeares of age and soe much weaked by the servis of this offis this yeare am not able longer to induer the servis

My humble petition is that according too justis I may be dischardged of my officis and wee having noe courte within our manner too bring a nue officer wee having considered being of the with divers of the jurye who are now fistest to be officer according to the custome of the place and tyme out of mynd have not dunn the servis are bould toe present these personnes undernamed as fitt to be made officers as your wisdome shall thinck fett

William Peerkes in Criplegate to fynd a officer for Waltons land

Thomas Charles of Lower Wick cunstable

Anthony Farner teythingman

Youres to be commanded

  • Thomas Wall