arrowperson: Thomas Goodeale   p-link

person detail
bio:Male;
29 years;
marital status:Unknown
occupation:?tiler
literacy:No
employer:unknown
parishLondon, St. Botolph without Bishopsgate
spouse's first
remarks:The two Thomas Goodeales who appear in the Consistory may not be the same person; here it is assumed they are.
named cases
no cases


named depositions
1488-06-25:Unknown in Office  c.  (no linked record)
Testifies that on 5 June 1488 Mendham hired him and when they went to St. Botulph`s churchyard he joined in with the other men and they demolished the top part of the house.
1492-02-09:Witness for Plaintiff in William Newport  c.  Isabel Newport 
Testifies that Isabel Newport told him to call her “Isabel Horseley” and not “Newport” for she would rather see William hanged than to have him as her husband. Testifies that she spoke other “threatening and disparaging” words about William.