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Gybburd [Knight] (PERSON31193)

Male, b. not recorded, d. not recorded

Occupation: ‘Soldier’, c. 17 August 1609

Sir Thomas Denton (PERSON11276)

Male, b. not recorded, d. not recorded

Occupation: ‘Sheriff’, c. 16 March 1601, 16 March 1601 & 31 March 1601

Residences: ‘Hillesden’, c. 3 April 1601 & 22 June 1612

Mary Fane [Countess of Westmorland] [Old Countess of Westmorland ] [Old Lady Westmorland] (PERSON48709)

Female, b. not recorded, d. not recorded

Occupation: ‘Medical practitioner’, c. 15 March 1627 & 13 July 1632

Sir Morris Abbot [Mr Morris Abbot] (PERSON42408)

Male, b. not recorded, d. not recorded

Occupation: ‘Merchant’, c. 23 September 1622

Cite this as: Lauren Kassell, Michael Hawkins, Robert Ralley, John Young, Joanne Edge, Janet Yvonne Martin-Portugues, and Natalie Kaoukji (eds.), The casebooks of Simon Forman and Richard Napier, 1596–1634: a digital edition, https://casebooks.lib.cam.ac.uk/search?f5-event-mentioned=No;f8-social-network-recorded=Yes;f9-gentry=Yes;f10-identified-entity-is-asking-about=Others;f11-identified-entity-practice=Napier;f12-identified-entity-role=Only%20mentioned;f13-identified-entity-was-never=Third%20party;f14-dob-cert=Not%20recorded;f15-occupation-mentioned=Yes, accessed 30 November 2021.