Enforcement Suits under the Statutes of 1529: Leaseholding Actions, 1537

by Robert C. Palmer, Cullen Professor of History and Law, The University of Houston

Suits that began Hilary term, 1537

King's Bench
L397. Rex v. William Selfeld of Great Barr, chaplain: Staffordshire; pleaded b

L398. John Baker, Attorney General v. Robert Lyngath, vicar of COrton: Suffolk; pleaded

L399. John Wyman, vicar of Crondall v. John Incent, master of the collegiate house of Holy Cross in Hampshire: Hampshire; pleaded [retention of annual pension] b notation of death

Common Pleas
L400. William Stroger v. John Coppyng, rector of Burgate, cleric: Suffolk; distraint, b emparlments, c, d: pleaded, e, f, g jury continuance, h jury continuance, i jury continuance, j jury continuance, k jury continuance, l jury continuance, m jury continuance, n jury continuance

L401. George Smyth v. Drugo William, vicar of St. Keverne: Cornwall; capias, b emparlment, c, d, e pleaded, f, g, h jury continuance, i jury continuance

L402. William Gascoigne, jr., armiger v. Peter Langfeley of Huddersfield, cleric: Yorkshire; capias

L403. Rex v. William Selfeld of Great Barr, chaplain: Staffordshire; pleaded b

Suits that began Easter term, 1537

L404. Richard Bedyll, gentleman v. William Lynche, rector of Beauchamp Roothing: Essex; pleaded, b, c

L405. Richard Longman v. Henry Hawkyns, rector of Lamerton: Surrey; pleaded, b, c, d, e, f, g, h

L406. William Baker v. John Davy of Gillingham, chaplain: Wiltshire; pleaded, b

L407. Peter Mydleton of London, gentleman v. James Adcok, vicar of Bridekirk: Cumberland; process

L408. William Saysse, gentleman v. George Peerse of Killpeck, cleric: Herefordshire; pleaded, b

Common Pleas
L409. Christopher Goodwyn v. Brian Lucas of Holme Hale, cleric: Norfolk; capias, sicut prius capias, b pleaded, c, d, e jury continuance

L410. Robert Lamkyn v. John Rychardson of "Stayne," cleric: Lincolnshire; capias, b sicut prius capias, c sicut pluries capias, d exigent

L411. Henry Reveley v. Robert Marshall of Chatton, cleric: Northumberland; capias, b non-prosecution

L412. Richard Croftes, gentleman v. Thomas Rydley of Sutton, Gloucestershire, cleric: Warwickshire; emparlance

Suits that began Trinity term, 1537

L413. Thomas Horseman, gentleman v. William Lynham, vicar of Whittlesey: Cambridgeshire; process, b

L414. Francis Pulter v. William Myllesent of Orton Waterville, cleric: Huntingdonshire; capias, b appearance, c non-prosecution, d emparlment, e pleaded, f, g jury continuance

Common Pleas
L415. William Seyse v. Thomas Grene of Didley, cleric: Herefordshire; capias

L416. Edmund More v. William Hevys of Great Maplestead, cleric: Essex; capias

Suits that began Michaelmas term, 1537

L417. Edward ap Howell Dicus, yeoman v. David ap Rysse of Llanarmon in Yale, cleric: North Wales; process

L418. John Taylour v. John Gryffith, vicar of Bishop's Castle: Shropshire; process

L419. John Partryche v. William, abbot of Gloucester St. Peter: Gloucestershire; process, b, c

L420. Richard Nevill of Little Snoring v. Barnard Jameson, rector of Little Snoring: Norfolk; process, b, c

Common Pleas
L421. Edmund Fox v. Thomas Benett, cleric: Wiltshire; process (does not specify which part of the statute violated)

L422. Thomas Draycott of Stokesay, armiger v. Robert Cattester of Prees, chaplain: Shropshire; capias, b sicut prius capias

L423. John Poler v. William Wartree of Areley-kings, cleric: Worcestershire; pleaded, b, c

L424. Edmund Tunmeth v. John Scoley of Plumstead, cleric: Norfolk; capias, sicut prius capias

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