Enforcement Suits under the Statutes of 1529: Residency/Absenteeism Actions, 1541

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

Suits that began Hilary term, 1541

R184. John Aynesworth, yeoman v. Robert Knollys, vicar of Studley: Warwickshire; pleaded b

R185. Thomas Powell of London, gentleman v. Robert Staney, rector of St. Chistopher le Stocks, London: London; pleaded b, c

R186. William Lathom of Sandon, gentleman v. William Crompe, rector of Sandon: Essex; pleaded b, c, d

R187. William Whorwood, king's attorney general v. Nicholas Dundy, rector of Snave: Kent; pleaded b

Common Pleas
R188. George Forster v. William Howton of Burton Gate or of Welton, cleric: Lincolnshire; capias b

R189. John Coxe v. John Lewes of Uphill, cleric: Somerset; capias, b sicut prius capias, c sicut pluries capias

Suits that began Easter term, 1541

R190. William Waller of Chilton v. Thomas Hyllier, rector of Chilton: Somerset; pleaded, b, c, d

R191. Robert Hogeskyn, groom of the king's chamber v. James Marten, rector of Moreton: Essex; pleaded, b, c, d

R192. William Whorwood, king's attorney general v. William Asshefeld, rector of Oddington: Oxfordshire; pleaded, b, c, d

Common pleas
R193. Phillip Mason v. Thomas Pomell of East Donyland, cleric: Essex; capias

R194. Phillip Mason v. Thomas Pomell of East Donyland, Essex, cleric: London; capias

R195. Henry Mynne v. John Emmotys, parson of Brancaster: Norfolk; capias

R196. William Maperley v. Nicholas Dundye, rector of Snave: Norfolk; capias

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