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1576-1623: Names of debtors listed in various documents called ‘Extents for Debts’. These names are extracted from Prof. Martha Carlin's monograph London and Southwark Inventories: A Handlist of Extents for Debts [London: University of London Centre for Metropolitan History, 1997].
1576-7: William Crewe, alebrewer of Southwark, debtor. [TNA, C.239/43/81; Carlin p.37].
1569-70: Andrew Vavasor, gentleman, debtor. [TNA, c131/118/7; Carlin p.70].
1586-7: George Lewes, yeoman, debtor, deceased. His widow Margaret Lewes, silkwoman, inherited her deceased husband's debts. [TNA, C.239/53/180 and C.239/53/209; Carlin p.70].
1590-1: Thomas Cure, esquire, citizen and sadler, debtor. [TNA, C.239/57/65A and C.239/57/110; Carlin p.71].
1590-1: Edward Fowle, gentleman, debtor. [TNA, C.239/57/149; Carlin p.71].
1614-15: Francis ‘Rubyan’ (perhaps Ruby), merchant of Southwark, debtor. [TNA, C.239/83/64 and C.239/83/89; Carlin p.72].
1620-1: Edward Hatton, vintner of St Saviour, debtor. [TNA, C.239/88/124 and C.239/88/127; Carlin pp.72-3].
1622-3: Robert Cole, clothier of Southwark, debtor. [TNA, C.239/90/87; Carlin p.73].