Re: Dame Izabell Weyneman
Sir, with all due respect, I believe that you have misunderstood the original and thus come to the wrong conclusion in stating the following:
A Sir Rich. Weyneman is admitted to the commons one day and sent to the Tower later and so is a Sir Tho. Weyneman sent to the Tower. House of Commons Journal Volume 1 01 May 1621. -To carry him to the Fleete, and whip him.-And hopeth, upon Search of his papers, to find Matters to hang him. PRO Reference Title/Scope and Content Covering Dates E 115/405/5 Wayneman, Wainman, Waynman, Wenman, Weyneman, [Lady Ann]: Oxford.
As I read this in the original [as scanned to www.british-history.ac.uk] it appears to me that both Sir Rich. Weynman and Sir Tho. Weyneman are the SPEAKERS and the words "-To carry him to the Fleete, and whip him.-And hopeth, upon Search of his papers, to find Matters to hang him." are what they were saying about someone else ...