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1491-10-25: Elizabeth Brown, Marion Lauson  c. Laurence Gilis  MarriageLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS090651r-3v, 85r-86v, 89r-93r, 99v-104r, 105v-107r, 110v-111r
1491-12-22: John Travers, Witness for Competitor Suit
Deposing regarding the reputation of Elizabeth Brown`s witnesses, he agrees with previous witness, William Grene, adding that while he himself was constable, he arrested John Waldron for his fines as a brothel-owner and for suits brought against him by his prostitutes and others. Testifies that while Waldron lived at Stewside, he had a reputation for fostering lechery and for associating with “the knights of the Post,” notorious perjurers at Westminster.

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.

1488-12-18: Thomas Wulley  c. Margaret Isot  John Heth  MarriageLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS0906548v-49v; 53v-55r
1489-03-09: Joan Cracow, Witness for Plaintiff
Testifies that she witnessed a future contract between Margaret Isot and Thomas Wulley, early November 1471. Agrees with previous witness, Margaret Baron, except that she does not recall John Calton saying to Wulley that it was not his parents` will that he marry Isot. Testifies to rumours regarding Isot`s marriage to John Heth, and that she believed that Wulley had died.