CP.H.2072
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Reference:CP.H.2072
Repository:Borthwick Institute GB 193


Court:Consistory
Case:Tithe (hay, barley)
Details:8 Pieces; Has deposition; Has libel; No sentence
Outcome:
Date: 16/4/1635 — 8/10/1635


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People & Places
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Participant:William   Cook [Cooke]
Role:plaintiff
Details:male; the elder, gentleman
Notes:farmer of all and singular of the tithes of grain, hay, wool, lambs and other ecclesiastical rights in Askern, parcel of the rectory and parish of Campsall



Participant:Richard   Frank [Franke;  Franck; Francke]
Role:defendant
Details:male; gentleman
Location:Campsall (YorkshireWestRiding)
Place(s):Campsall (Campsall) : ecclesiastical parish



Participant:William   Balderston [Balderston]
Role:witness
Details:male; 40
Employment:labourer
Location:Campsall (YorkshireWestRiding)
Place(s):Campsall (Campsall) : ecclesiastical parish



Participant:William   Maltbeck [Maltbecke]
Role:witness
Details:male; 62; husbandman
Location:Campsall (YorkshireWestRiding)
Place(s):Campsall (Campsall) : ecclesiastical parish



Participant:Richard   Benson [Benson]
Role:witness
Details:male; 27; husbandman
Location:Pontefract (YorkshireWestRiding)
Place(s):Pontefract (Pontefract) : undefined



Participant:John   Green [Greene]
Role:witness
Details:male; 20; husbandman
Location:Fishlake (YorkshireWestRiding)
Place(s):Sykehouse (Sykehouse) : undefined



Participant:Anne   Shepard [Shipperd]
Role:witness
Details:female; 40; wife of Thomas Shepard, labourer
Location:Campsall (YorkshireWestRiding)
Place(s):Campsall (Campsall) : ecclesiastical parish



Associated Places
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Location:Campsall (YorkshireWestRiding)
Place(s):Askern (Askerne) : township
Also described as a lordship
Location:Harking Croft (Harking-croft, Harkin Crofte, Harkinge Crofte, Harten Crofte) : undefined
Cannot identify - spelling modernised.
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