|Thomas Owldring||A man from Yarmouth who is allegedly "a conjurer, and hath very good bookes of conjuring, and that a great number." This information comes from WIlliam Whycherly during his 1597 examination by Sir Thomas Smith.(334)||Thomas Malfrey of Goldstone besides Yarmouth, [and] a" woman besides
Stoke Clare, whose name [he] knoweth not, are skryers of the glasse.
Conjurors. Maier, a preest, and now say-master of the mynt at Durham
house, hath conjured for treasure and their stolne goods.
Sir John Lloyd, a preest, that somtyme dwelt at Godstone besides Croydon,
hath used it likewyse.
Thomas Owldring, of Yarmouth, is a conjurer, and hath very good bookes of
conjuring, and that a great nomber.