Viewing Person Record: Robert (III) Browne

Name, as appears in Primary Sources

Browne of the Boar's Head
Event: Joan Alleyn reports Robert Browne's death
Roberte Browne
Event: Derby's Men perform at court
Rob[er]te Browne
Event: Derby's Men perform at court
his man browne
Event: The Countess of Derby asks Robert Cecil not to prevent Derby's Men from playing

Role(s)

defendant
Event: Requests, Woodliffe vs Browne: Robert Browne replies
defendant
Event: Requests, Woodliffe vs Browne: Oliver Woodliffe states his case
defendant
Event: King's Bench, Bishop vs Browne and Mago: Bishop renews his lawsuit
defendant
Event: King's Bench, Bishop vs Browne and Mago: Bishop files suit
defendant
Event: Chancery, Duke and Heywood vs Browne: Court orders Duke to pay costs
defendant
Event: Chancery, Duke and Heywood vs Browne: Court orders Duke's arrest
defendant
Event: Chancery, Duke and Heywood vs Browne: Duke explains his failure to respond to Browne's reply
defendant
Event: Chancery, Duke and Heywood vs Browne: Court dismisses the suit
payee
Event: Derby's Men perform at court
payee
Event: Derby's Men perform at court
payee
Event: Derby's Men perform at court
payee
Event: Derby's Men perform at court
plaintiff
Event: Chancery, Browne vs Woodliffe, the Langleys, and Bishop: Court orders defendants to reply
plaintiff
Event: Chancery, Browne vs Woodliffe and Langley: Browne interrogates Mago and Marsh
plaintiff
Event: Chancery, Browne vs Woodliffe and Langley: Mago answers
plaintiff
Event: Chancery, Browne vs Woodliffe and Langley: Marsh answers
plaintiff
Event: Chancery, Browne vs Woodliffe, the Langleys, and Bishop: Browne's interrogatories
plaintiff
Event: Chancery, Browne vs Woodliffe, the Langleys, and Bishop: Bagnall deposes
plaintiff
Event: Chancery, Browne vs Woodliffe, the Langleys, and Bishop: Samwell the younger deposes
plaintiff
Event: Chancery, Browne vs Woodliffe, the Langleys, and Bishop: William Hoppdale deposes
player
Event: The Countess of Derby asks Robert Cecil not to prevent Derby's Men from playing
playhouse inhabitant
Event: Chancery, Francis and Richard Langley vs Woodliffe: Court recognizes Langley's surrender of the Boar's Head
playhouse inhabitant
Event: Chancery, Francis and Richard Langley vs Woodliffe: Browne seizes Boar's Head profits
playhouse inhabitant
Event: Joan Alleyn reports Robert Browne's death

Active Dates

Dates
From: 28 November 1594 To: 30 May 1603

Other info

Notes
According to David Kathman's Biographical Index of English Drama, this Robert Browne (d.1603) was a member of Derby's Men and a sharer in the Boar's Head playhouse and husband of Susan Browne Greene Baskervile.