CP.E.149
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Reference:CP.E.149
Repository:Borthwick Institute GB 193


Court:Curia Ebor
Case:Appeals (violation of church rights, dilapidations)
Details:3 Pieces; No deposition; No libel; No sentence
Outcome:
Date: 16/10/1388 — 30/10/1388


People & Places
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Participant:William   Easingwold [de Esyngwold]
Role:plaintiff
Details:male; clerk
Employment:rector of Dufton
Location:Dufton (Westmorland)
Place(s):Dufton (ecclesia de Dufton Karln') : ecclesiastical parish
Carlisle (Karln') : diocese
Notes:Executor of testament of John Crakenthorp, formerly rector of York, St Wilfrid.



Participant:Nicholas   Easingwold [de Esyngwold]
Role:defendant
Details:male
Notes:Executor of testament of John Crakenthorp, formerly rector of St Wilfrid's.



Participant:John   Gunman [Gunman]
Role:defendant
Details:male; clerk
Employment:rector of York, St Wilfrid
Location:York, St Wilfrid (Yorkshire)
Place(s):York, St Wilfrid (ecclesia sanctus Wilfridus) : ecclesiastical parish



Participant:John   Crakenthorp [de Crakenthorp]
Role:testator
Details:male; deceased
Employment:late rector of York, St Wilfrid
Location:York, St Wilfrid (Yorkshire)
Place(s):York, St Wilfrid (ecclesia sanctus Wilfridus) : ecclesiastical parish



Participant:Henry   Ravensworth [de Ravenswath]
Role:witness
Details:male; clerk
Employment:chaplain



Participant:John   Harold [Harald]
Role:witness
Details:male; clerk
Employment:vicar of Overton
Location:Overton (YorkshireNorthRiding)
Place(s):Overton (Overton) : ecclesiastical parish



Participant:Thomas 
Role:witness
Details:male
Employment:vicar of Escrick
Location:Escrick (YorkshireEastRiding)
Place(s):Escrick (ecclesia de Eskrik) : ecclesiastical parish



Participant:John   Swinton [de Swynton]
Role:witness
Details:male; clerk
Employment:chaplain



Participant:Richard   Easingwold [de Esyngwald]
Role:witness
Details:male



Associated Places
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Location:York, St Wilfrid (Yorkshire)
Place(s):York, St Wilfrid (sanctus wilfridus Ebor') : ecclesiastical parish
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