arrowcase: Sir John Manyngham  c. Edmund Caryngton    p-link   Results Format: Summary Full

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typeBreach of Faith: Debt
date4 Dec. 1492, 18 Jan. 1493
competitor suit
sourceLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS09065: 120v-121r, 123v-124v, 125v
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depositions
1492-12-04: John Palmer, Witness for Plaintiff
Testifies that before the end of September 1491 in the cemetery of St. Katherine Cree he heard Edmund Caryngton promise Sir John Manyngham he would pay 20s by Easter 1492.

1492-12-04: Richard Woodlake, Witness for Plaintiff
Testifies that sometime between 24 June and 29 September 1491 in the cemetery of St. Katherine Cree he heard Edmund Caryngton promise Sir John Manyngham he would pay 20s by Easter 1492.

1492-12-04: John Palmer, Witness for Plaintiff
Re-examination; testifies to being present at the request of Sir John Manyngham.

1492-12-04: Richard Woodlake, Witness for Plaintiff
Agrees with previous witness, John Palmer, on the interrogatories; deposition cuts off.

1492-12-20: Christopher Lewty, Witness for Plaintiff
Testifies that around 24 June 1490 he heard Edmund Caryngton promise Master John Manyngham to pay, by Easter 1491, a debt of 20s.

1493-01-02: Richard Knyght, Witness for Plaintiff
Testifies that around 24 June 1490 he heard Edmund Caryngton promise Master John Manygham to pay, by Easter 1491, a debt of 20s.

1493-01-18: Edmund Caryngton, Response of Defendant
Denies the testimony of previous witnesses, claiming that Manyngham launched a false suit against him in the Commissary Court of London to recover 20s owed to him by a third party. He offered to pay 10s to Manyngham if he agreed to drop his suit, but Manyngham refused.