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1492-03-28: John Kendall  c. Isabel or Elizabeth Willy  MarriageLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS09065108v-109r, 110r, 113r-114r
1492-07-01: Richard Jelyf, Witness for Plaintiff
Testifies that around Christmas 1491 he confronted Elizabeth Willy at the house of Mistress Whaplode, where, as he had heard, she and his servant John Kendall had been meeting, hindering Kendall`s work for him. He testifies that Elizabeth Willy told him that Kendall was her “husband before God.”

1492-07-01: Sir Martin Jelyf, Witness for Plaintiff
Testifies that both John Kendall and Elizabeth Willy, when questioned by him sometime between 25 December 1491 and 2 February 1492, admitted to having contracted marriage with one another.

1493-01-18: John Baker  c. Agnes Symson, previously Baker  TestamentaryLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS09065136r-137r
1493-01-18: Agnes Smyth, Witness for Defendant
Testifies on behalf of Agnes Symson that she was present, sometime between 24 June and 15 August, when the late John Baker read his testament, in which he bequeathed certain goods to John Baker the younger, and committed the administration of his goods to his wife, Agnes. The testament was probated before the Archbishop of Canterbury.