A sternly unsympathetic entry in the general register for Sutton-on-the-Hill, recording a burial:
“Alice Cathener a poore woman of Osleston choked, or as some supposed beinge drunke fell downe flatt uppon her face, and so stopped her breath and was buried the 2 of Sept. anno predicto [year aforesaid, i.e. 1593]. A caveat for all drinkers, gluttons, and beastly belliegods, to beware of gods severe iudgment agaynst them”.
For any word-watchers: the Oxford English Dictionary defines “belly-god” as “One who makes a god of his belly; a glutton”.