Michaelmas 1558: [Michaelmas 5 & 6 Philip & Mary 1558 m. 19 Barney:] Northamptonshire Thomas Truste v. Thomas Bayllye and Margaret his wife. Entered the manor of Maydford which Leticia Newsam widow has demised to the said Thomas Truste for a term not yet past, and ejected him. Defendant has not come; it had been ordered to distrain him; distrained (12d); mainperned by ‘John Doo and Richard Roo’; to be distrained to be here on the morrow of All Souls [3 November 1558]
[Hilary 1 Elizabeth 1559 CP 40/1178 m. 517 Whetley:] Thomas Baylye and Margaret his wife in mercy for many defaults. Northamptonshire Thomas Truste (by Thomas Ynglar) v. Thomas Baylye and Margaret his wife (by Richard Perwyche). 24 May 4 & 5 Philip & Mary , with swords, sticks &c. they entered the manor of Maydeforde which Leticia Newsam widow has demised to the said Thomas Truste 1 October 4 & 5 Philip & Mary for 21 years, and ejected him: £80 damages. Jury for octaves of Candlemas [9 February 1559]. On which day the sheriff did not send the writ; sicut prius, jury for quindene of Easter [9 April 1559]
[Easter 1 Elizabeth 1559 CP 40/1179 m. 388 Wyngfeld:] Northamptonshire Thomas Truste v. Thomas Bayly & Margaret his wife. Ejection. Respited to quindene of Trinity [4 June 1559]. Writ to [blank] deputy sheriff of the county aforesaid.