It would be too staggering a coincidence, if at the beginning of VHF the news for a little town of Deptford is given to King Henry V. by Sir John Oldcastle [later Falstaff]........-->
The famous Victories of Henry the Fifth - VHF)1598, Act I/1
Hen.V: .......whereabouts are we?
Tom: My Lord, we are now about a mile off London
Hen.V [enters Iockey [Sir John Oldcastle]:
how now Iockey what newes with thee?
Iockey: Faith my Lord, such newes as passeth,
For the Town of Detford is risen,
With hue and crie after your man,
Which parted from us the last night
Hen V: Sownes, the vilaine that was wont to spie
Out our booties.
Jockey: I my Lord, euen the very same.
Hen. V Now base minded rascal to rob a poore carrier,
Wel it skils not, ile saue the base vilaines life:
I, I may: .....
: "about a mile off London", "such newes as passeth for the town of Deptford"…“a man, with hue and crie parted from us the last night," .."he that was wont to spie out our booties", ... the king: I le save his life: I, I may...)
-->.......are purely accidental and bear no relation to Marlowe's final disappearance at Deptford: Doesn’t the author of VHF wants to reveal us that he is alive, that he was not murdered, that the crown saved his live, that he is the (hidden) author of all the Henry plays etc.…..