Enforcement Suits under the Statutes of 1529: Residency/Absenteeism Actions, 1537

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

Suits that began Hilary term, 1537

R128. Robert ap Reynoldes ap Yvan ap Ingan v. Alexander Standysh, rector of Llanarmon in Yale: North Wales; process

R129. Thomas Hybbyns, gentleman v. Richard Walcote: Shropshire; process

Suits that began Easter term, 1537

R130. George Whelplay of London, haberdasher v. Henry Hawkyns, rector of Lamerton: Devon; process

Suits that began Trinity term, 1537

Common Pleas
R131. John Lethum v. George Jakson of Ruston, cleric: Yorkshire; capias

R132. John Arundell of Trerise, armiger v. Reginald Hendre of Kenwyn (?: stretekenwen), cleric: Cornwall; capias, b sicut prius capias

R133. John Arundell of Trerise, armiger v. John Tayler, cleric: Cornwall; capias

R134. William Bowman of the king's household v. John Barons of WOrmley, cleric: Hertfordshire; capias, b sicut prius capias, sicut pluries capias

R135. William Reskymer v. James Robynson of Clerkenwell, rector of St Mary Staining, London, rector of Blandford St. Mary in Dorset, and rector of North Weald in Essex: Middlesex; emparlment

Suits that began Michaelmas term, 1537

R136. John Taylour v. Hugh Gyles, rector of Fitz: Shropshire; process

Common Pleas
R137. John Arundell of Trerise v. John Tayler of Gwennap, cleric: Cornwall; capias, b sicut prius capias, c pleaded

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