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There is a Certificate of Residence in the National Archives for Richard Gottes of Norfolk, which shows he was present in Norfolk in 1584. When I get the chance to see it it will tell me where in Norfolk, but I expect it will be Little Ryburgh. There is another certificate for Richard ‘GOTTE’ (sic) of Stepney dated 1589, which I have transcribed. It refers to where he was assessed for a subsidy for Queen Elizabeth. I am pretty sure that these two are for the same person, as Richard was originally at Clements Inn, one of the Courts of Chancery, then admitted to the Inner Temple in 1578 and later called to the bar in 1590.