Viewing Person Record: Richard Burbage

Name, as appears in Primary Sources

Richard Burbadge
Event: Richard Burbage makes his will
Dick Burbage
Event: Richard Burbage and Will Kemp appear as characters in a play
Richard Burbage his sonne[s]
Event: Star Chamber, Allen vs the Burbages et al: Giles Allen states his case
the yongest sone called Rychard Burbage
Event: Chancery, Margaret Brayne vs the Burbages: Nicholas Byshop deposes
Rychard
Event: Chancery, James Burbage vs Margaret Brayne: James Burbage states his case
Ry. Burbage the yongest sone of the said James Burbage
Event: Chancery, Margaret Brayne vs the Burbages: John Alleyn deposes
Richard Burbage of the parishe of Saint leanardes in Shorditch in the Countie of Middlesex gentleman
Event: King's Bench, Rastell and Kirkham vs Hawkins: Rastell and Kirkham state their case
Richard Burbidge
Event: Players given livery cloth for King James's royal entrance to London
Richarde Burbage
Event: The Chamberlain's Men perform at court
Richarde Burbage
Event: The Chamberlain's Men perform at court
Ric. Bvrbadge
Event: The Lord Chamberlain's Men perform Jonson's 'Every Man out of his Humour': cast list
Ric. Bvrbadge
Event: Chamberlain's Men perform Jonson's 'Every Man in his Humour': cast list
R Burbadg
Event: A plot outline is written for '2 Seven Deadly Sins'
my sone
Event: Chancery, Margaret Brayne vs the Burbages: Ralph Miles deposes
his brother
Event: Requests, Cuthbert Burbage vs Allen: interrogatories for Miles and Miles
his brother
Event: Requests, Cuthbert Burbage vs Allen: Robert Miles deposes
his brother
Event: Requests, Cuthbert Burbage vs Allen: Ralph Miles deposes
one Burbage
Event: The inhabitants of the Blackfriars object to plans for a new playhouse
Bourbege
Event: Thomas Lorkins describes the rapid burning of the Globe
Burbidge
Event: Commissioners for the Sewers order owners of the Globe to clear the common sewer
Richard Burbadge
Event: Globe property mortgaged to Matthew Browne, John Collett, and John Bodley
Burbidge
Event: John Manningham relates a bawdy anecdote about Shakespeare and Burbage

Role(s)

brother
Event: Requests, Cuthbert Burbage vs Allen: Henry Johnson deposes
brother
Event: Requests, Cuthbert Burbage vs Allen: John Goburne deposes
brother
Event: Requests, Cuthbert Burbage vs Allen: interrogatories for Miles and Miles
brother
Event: Requests, Cuthbert Burbage vs Allen: Robert Miles deposes
brother
Event: Requests, Cuthbert Burbage vs Allen: Ralph Miles deposes
deceased
Event: Winnifred Burbage proves Richard Burbage's will
deceased
Event: A burial record identifies Richard Burbage as a 'player'
deceased
Event: Middleton: death of Burbage 'hath made a visible eclipse of playing'
defendant
Event: Star Chamber, Allen vs the Burbages et al: Giles Allen states his case
defendant
Event: Chancery, Margaret Brayne vs the Burbages: Court order to determine whether the defendants' demurrer is sufficient
defendant
Event: Chancery, Margaret Brayne vs the Burbages: Court orders Burbages to answer or Brayne will get half of ...
defendant
Event: Star Chamber, Allen vs the Burbages et al: Cuthbert and Richard Burbage, Peter Street and William Smythe ...
defendant
Event: Star Chamber, Allen vs the Burbages et al: Lane answers
defendant
Event: Star Chamber, Allen vs the Burbages et al: Hudson and Osborne answer
defendant
Event: Star Chamber, Allen vs the Burbages et al: Lane deposes
payee
Event: The Chamberlain's Men perform at court
payee
Event: The Chamberlain's Men perform at court
player
Event: An epitaph on Richard Burbage celebrates him as a tragedian
player
Event: A two-word epitaph observes Richard Burbage's passing
player
Event: Ratsey advises a traveling player to go to London and perform 'Hamlet'
player
Event: An elegy on the death of Richard Burbage
player
Event: Players cannot play until the Queen is buried, and Richard Burbage is dead: Chamberlain
player
Event: Richard Burbage and Will Kemp appear as characters in a play
player
Event: Players given livery cloth for King James's royal entrance to London
player
Event: The Lord Chamberlain's Men perform Jonson's 'Every Man out of his Humour': cast list
player
Event: Collier inserts forged verses into a genuine elegy on Richard Burbage's death
player
Event: Chamberlain's Men perform Jonson's 'Every Man in his Humour': cast list
player
Event: A plot outline is written for '2 Seven Deadly Sins'
player
Event: Thomas Lorkins describes the rapid burning of the Globe
player
Event: John Manningham relates a bawdy anecdote about Shakespeare and Burbage
playhouse builder
Event: The inhabitants of the Blackfriars object to plans for a new playhouse
playhouse owner
Event: Chancery, Evans vs Kirkman: Evans states his case
playhouse owner
Event: King's Bench, Rastell and Kirkham vs Hawkins: Rastell and Kirkham state their case
playhouse owner
Event: Commissioners for the Sewers order owners of the Globe to clear the common sewer
playhouse sharer
Event: Chamberlain's Office, 'Sharers' Papers': The Burbages and Robinson reply
son
Event: Chancery, Margaret Brayne vs the Burbages: Nicholas Byshop deposes
son
Event: Chancery, James Burbage vs Margaret Brayne: James Burbage states his case
son
Event: Chancery, Margaret Brayne vs the Burbages: John Alleyn deposes
son
Event: Chancery, Margaret Brayne vs the Burbages: Nicholas Byshop deposes
son
Event: Chancery, Margaret Brayne vs the Burbages: Ralph Miles deposes
tenant
Event: Globe property mortgaged to Matthew Browne, John Collett, and John Bodley
testator
Event: Richard Burbage makes his will

Active Dates

Dates
From: 13 April 1576 To: 18 September 1632

Other info

Notes
Actor (Chamberlain's Men, King's Men)