CP.G.787
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Reference:CP.G.787
Repository:Borthwick Institute GB 193


Court:undefined
Case:Matrimonial (validity of marriage)
Details:6 Pieces; Has deposition; No libel; Has sentence
Outcome:plaintiff won
Date: 17/10/1560 — 17/12/1560


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Participant:Elizabeth   Outhwaite [Owthwaite;  Owthwate; Owtewhait]
Role:plaintiff
Details:female
Location:East Ardsley (YorkshireWestRiding)
Place(s):East Ardsley (Estharlesay, Eastharlsey) : ecclesiastical parish



Participant:William   Trainham [Trayneham;  Traynham; Traneham]
Role:defendant
Details:male
Location:East Ardsley (YorkshireWestRiding)
Place(s):East Ardsley (Easteharlesey) : ecclesiastical parish



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



Participant:Thomas   Standeven [Standeven]
Role:defence proctor
Details:male
Employment:Notary Public



Participant:Guy   Thistlethwaite [Thistlethwayte]
Role:witness
Details:male; 17
Location:Hootonne super Wyske (Hootonne super Wyske) : ecclesiastical parish
Cannot identify



Participant:Agnes   Outhwaite [Owthwayt;  Owthait]
Role:witness
Details:female; 45; wife of Christopher Outhwaite
Location:Hootonne super Wiske (Hootonne super Wiske) : ecclesiastical parish
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Participant:Christopher   Outhwaite [Owthwayte]
Role:witness
Details:male; 55
Employment:gresman
Location:Hootonne super Wiske (Hootonne super Wyske) : ecclesiastical parish
Cannot identify



Participant:James   Outhwaite [Owthwayte]
Role:witness
Details:male; 24
Employment:servingman
Location:Womersley (YorkshireWestRiding)
Place(s):Little Smeaton (Lyttle Smyton) : undefined



Participant:John   Outhwaite [Owthwayte]
Role:witness
Details:male; 19
Employment:tailor
Location:Hotonne super Wiske (Hotonne super Wiske) : ecclesiastical parish
Cannot identify



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