CP.E.71
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Reference:CP.E.71
Repository:Borthwick Institute GB 193


Court:Curia Ebor
Case:Appeals (matrimonial, validity of marriage)
Details:9 Pieces; Has deposition; Has libel; Has sentence
Outcome:plaintiff wins
Date: 25/06/1351 — 18/04/1355


People & Places
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Participant:John   Bullock [Bullok;  Bullak]
Role:plaintiff
Details:male



Participant:Margery   Masham [de Massham;  de Massam]
Role:plaintiff
Details:female



Participant:Isabel   Rolf [Rolle;  uxor de Rolle; relicta Rolle]
Role:defendant
Details:female
Location:Richmond (YorkshireNorthRiding)
Place(s):Richmond (Richemund', Rychemund') : ecclesiastical parish



Participant:Alan   Moon [Monne]
Role:witness
Details:male



Participant:John   Mansfield [de Manfeld]
Role:witness
Details:male; clerk



Participant:William   Maunby [de Mawneby]
Role:witness
Details:male
Employment:apparitor



Participant:Thomas   Scotland [de Scotteland]
Role:witness
Details:male



Participant:Alice   Misterton [de Mistreton]
Role:witness
Details:female



Participant:Robert  Tatham [de Tatham]
Role:witness
Details:male



Participant:John   Sutton [de Sutton]
Role:witness
Details:male



Participant:Constance   Masham [de Massam]
Role:witness
Details:female



Associated Places
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Location:Richmond (YorkshireNorthRiding)
Place(s):Richmond (Richm') : ecclesiastical parish
Location:Richmond (YorkshireNorthRiding)
Place(s):Richmond Holy Trinity (capella sancte trinitatis Richm') : chapelry
Location:Great Langton (YorkshireNorthRiding)
Place(s):Great Langton ( Magna Langton', Langton) : ecclesiastical parish
Location:Kirkby Wiske (YorkshireNorthRiding)
Place(s):Kirkby Wiske (Kirkby super Wisk) : ecclesiastical parish
This could also be Kirby Wiske, but Kirkby Wiske is more likely.
Location:Ainderby Steeple (YorkshireNorthRiding)
Place(s):Thrintoft (Thirntoft) : chapelry
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