CP.G.2040
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Reference:CP.G.2040
Repository:Borthwick Institute GB 193


Court:Consistory
Case:Testamentary ()
Details:5 Pieces; Has deposition; No libel; Has sentence
Outcome:plaintiff won
Date: 15/6/1581 — 20/7/1581


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Participant:Francis   Jackson [Jackeson;  Jackson]
Role:plaintiff
Details:male; married to Elizabeth
Notes:executor of Alison Close's will



Participant:Jane   Humphrey [Umfrey;  Humfreye]
Role:defendant
Details:female; sister to the testator



Participant:Isabel   Close [Close]
Alternate name:Isabel   Brown [Browne]
Role:defendant
Details:female; sister to the testator



Participant:Alison   Close [Close]
Role:testator
Details:female; spinster, deceased
Location:Northallerton (YorkshireNorthRiding)
Place(s):Northallerton (Northallnerton, Northallerton, Allerton, North Alverton) : town



Participant:John   Farley [Farley]
Role:prosecution proctor
Details:male
Employment:Notary Public



Participant:Richard   Wilson [Wilson]
Role:witness
Details:male; 40; husbandman
Location:Northallerton (YorkshireNorthRiding)
Place(s):Northallerton (Northallerton) : town



Participant:Anthony   Belwood [Belwodd]
Role:witness
Details:male; 32
Employment:shoemaker
Location:Allerton (Allerton) : town
Cannot identify
Place(s):Durham (Dunelm) : diocese



Participant:Cuthbert   Hutchinson [Hutcheson]
Role:witness
Details:male; 50
Employment:labourer
Location:Allerton (Allerton) : town
Cannot identify
Place(s):Durham (Dunelm) : diocese



Participant:Thomas   Hobson [Hobson]
Role:witness
Details:male; 28; husbandman
Location:Allerton (Allerton) : town
Cannot identify
Place(s):Durham (Dunelm) : diocese



Associated Places
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Location:Northallerton (YorkshireNorthRiding)
Place(s):Northallerton (Alverton) : ecclesiastical parish
Location:Durham (Dunlem) : diocese
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