Andrewes, Thomas

by Thomas Phillippes, in Royston 1611

Herts Assizes and Nik Pringle

Thomas Phillippes of Charing Cross Street, St Martin in the Fields, London, appeared before the Herttfordshire Assizes on the 5th July 1611 indicted for murder. An Inquest, held at Royston before John Jeeve the Coroner found that Phillippes, Robert Handley and Thomas Hall had met Thomas Andrewes of Melbourn, Cambridgeshire in Bell Lane, Royston when without provocation, Phillippes had produced a knife and stabbed Andrewes in the chest killing him.

No verdict was declared.

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