Quarter Sessions Rolls (ERO Q/SR109/61/61a)

22.5.1589 (Thursday 22 May 1589)

document 20300479

Thos Hurrill of Stambourne taken as above who says that the said Margery told him and his wife that upon the thursday next after the assizes held at lent was twelve months she was in Jn Reade's barn with his man and that afterwards the said Jn Reade's man came to this examinant's house to enquire for her and further says that about whitsunday was twelve months he heard one Jn Bateman say that he gave to the said Margery at her request a groat for to have unlawfully to do with her which she received upon the same condition and about st james time following he had carnally to do with her accordingly and further that he heard his wife and his brother Geo Hurrill say that Jn Stebbing told them that he had unlawfully to do with the said Margery Hawles twice in one night and that she would have had him come to her the third time which as this examinant saith they now deny again