Pyreson

6 October 1558: London. Thomas Mathew otherwise called Thomas Mathew of London mrchant otherwise called Thomas Mathew sittezen & mrchauntaylor of London (by William Pyreson) v. Robert Persse late of Chelmysford in county Essex inholder otherwise called Robart Persse of Chenscheford in Essexe in his bailiwick. Debt £21 10s, and 28s adjudged damages. Had been ordered to be levied; no lands or chattels in his bailiwick; has in county Essex; ordered sheriff of Essex to levy; returnable quindene of Martinmas;

London. Matthew Barbor otherwise called Mathew Barbor of Dewsbury in the county of Yorke clothier (by William Pyreson) v. Richard Browne late of Waltham S’ce Crucis in county Essex yoman otherwise called Richard Browne citiz[en] and salter of London. Debt £25, and £6 16d damages adjudged. Defendant has not come; had been ordered to be taken; not found; lurks, roves and strays in county Essex; ordered sheriff of Essex to take him, for octaves of Hilary [20 January 1559]. On which day: The sheriff of Essex has done nothing nor sent the writ; another writ, returnable at …..On which day: Matthew comes. The sheriff of Essex has done nothing nor sent the writ; a writ to the sheriffs of London to execute the original writ, returnable on the morrow of Trinity [22 May 1559]