Shakespeare takes action against John Addenbrooke's surety, 7 June 1609. Back

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Date:7th of June 1609

Description:The final document concerning this case is a summons to Thomas Hornby, who had stood bail for Addenbrooke when he was arrested the previous year. He now had to explain, in Addenbrooke's absence, why action should not to be taken against him instead. The final outcome of the case is not known.

Shakespeare Birthplace Trust reference: ER 27/7

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Donor ref:ER 27/7 (35/10737)

Source: The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust - Records

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