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1488-03-26: Alice Billingham  c. John (or Thomas) Wellis  MarriageLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS09065B7r-9r, 10r-11r, 15r-15v
1488-04-18: John (or Thomas) Wellis, Response of Defendant
Responds that during the last two years, he and Alice Billingham spoke together eight times in the presence of Billingham`s mother, brother, and Robert Best.

1488-07-12: Richard Thomson, Witness for Defendant
Challenges suitability of previous witness, Agnes Weston, claiming she is of unreliable condition and reputed to be a drunk. Testifies that on 13 February 1487 he heard Alice Billingham ask John/Thomas Wellis to take her as his wife, and that Wellis had refused, stating he would not marry without parental consent, since they needed financial support to establish a household.

1488-03-26: Agnes Weston, Witness for Plaintiff
Testifies that she witnessed a present contract between Alice Billingham and John/Thomas Wellis, 13 February 1486. Testifies that it was common knowledge in the parish of St. Martin Ludgate while Billingham lived there that she and Wellis were betrothed to one another.

1492-12-04: Sir John Manyngham  c. Edmund Caryngton  Breach of Faith: DebtLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS09065120v-121r, 123v-124v, 125v
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.

1488-01-24: William Halley  c. Agnes Wellis  MarriageLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS09065B3v-4r, 5v-6v
1488-02-22: John Spannysby, Witness for Plaintiff
Testifies that he heard Agnes`s mother and step-father announcing the impending marriage.