The following list provides the names of the initial twenty-four jurors nominated to try Edward Morgan at King's Bench in June 1610. The final twelve jurors who were selected are indicated by the † symbol. What appear to be Egerton objections to jurors’ inclusion by the use of crosses are indicated by the + symbol. Marginal comments on the Egertons’ copy about the juror's inclusion in the Middlesex sheriff's book of freeholders (which are sometimes conjectural because of damage to the manuscript) are given in square brackets.
+Sir Ralph Coningsby of North Mimms
+Sir John Townshend of Brompton
Sir Thomas Thynne of Westminster (actually of Longleat) [‘[new p]ut into [bo]oke’]
+Sir John Kay of Hackney
†+John Bingley of Harefield, Esq. [‘[not in the] booke’]
†+Arthur Ingram of Bromley, Esq.
†Thomas Kighley of Heston, Esq.
+Edward Carr of Twickenham, Esq. [‘[not] in the booke’]
William Wilford of Enfield, Esq.
†Robert Nutting of Hendon, Esq.
Francis Townley of Littleton, Esq.
Thomas Thornton of Greenford, gent.
John Millett of Perrivale, gent. [‘not in the booke’]
†Henry Newdigate of Hampton, gent. [‘new put into the booke’]
†+Paul Smith of Whitechapel, gent.
†+Bartholomew Smith of Hackney, gent.
†+Edward Powell of Fulham, gent. [‘new put into the booke’]
Francis Assiter of Norwood, gent.
+Christopher Scurrowe of Tottenham, gent.
†+William Lambe of Islington, gent.
†+Robert Russell of Shoreditch, gent.
†+Robert Estrye of Edmonton, gent.
†+William Millett of Sudbury, gent.
Edward Nowell of Edmonton, gent.
Sources: TNA, SP46/174, fol. 116v; HL, Ellesmere MS 218