CP.G.3445
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Reference:CP.G.3445
Repository:Borthwick Institute GB 193


Court:undefined
Case:Testamentary (false inventory)
Details:7 Pieces; Has deposition; Has libel; No sentence
Outcome:
Date: 9/5/1554 — 2/7/1554


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People & Places
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Participant:Thomas   Thwaite [Thwayts]
Role:plaintiff
Details:male; gent
Location:Marston (YorkshireWestRiding)
Place(s):Marston (Marston) : ecclesiastical parish



Participant:Katherine   Barker [Barker]
Role:defendant
Details:female; widow of John Barker, gentleman, deceased



Participant:Henry   Smith [Smyth]
Role:witness
Details:male; 54
Location:York (Ebor) : city



Participant:Thomas   Herason [Herason]
Role:witness
Details:male; 50; gent
Location:York (Ebor) : city



Participant:Simon   Danby [Danbye;  Danby]
Role:witness
Details:male
Employment:merchant
Location:Yorkshire, East Riding

Place(s): Kingston Upon Hull (Hull) : town



Participant:George   Watson [Watson]
Role:witness
Details:male; 50
Location:Yorkshire, East Riding

Place(s): Kingston Upon Hull (Hull) : town



Participant:Thomas   Middleton [Mydleton]
Role:witness
Details:male; 56
Employment:innkeeper
Location:York (Ebor) : city



Participant:Thomas   Newark [Newark]
Role:witness
Details:male; 24; gent
Location:South Dalton (YorkshireEastRiding)
Place(s):South Dalton (Suth Dalton) : ecclesiastical parish



Participant:Anne   Newark [Newark]
Role:witness
Details:female; 26; wife of John Newark



Participant:Hugh   Hall [Hall]
Role:witness
Details:male; 43
Location:Yorkshire, East Riding

Place(s): Kingston upon Hull (regna super Hull) : town



Associated Places
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Location:Askham Richard (YorkshireWestRiding)
Place(s):Askham Richard (Askham Richard) : ecclesiastical parish
Location:London (London) : city
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