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1726 20 Jan 12 George Gordon gentleman one of the messengers in ordinary to his Majesty v. Thomas Bowers esq re. loan 27 June 1722 £160, by defndt. from complt. secured on several pieces and parcels of arable land, meadows and woodlands whereupon formerly did stand a house, barn and other buildings called by the name of Climphurst [?Comphurst], being part of lands formerly owned and sold by William Langham of Burwash, William Crouch of Heathfield and William Burges of Laughton [Sussex]..... C78/2049, no. 12 [2]
1726 25 Jan 12 Henry Savile, esq, an infant, only son and heir of John Savile, esq, by Mary Savile, widow his mother and guardian; the said Mary Savile in her own right and as sole executrix of the said John Savile her husband; the Right Honorable Heneage, earl of Aylesford; and Elizabeth, countess of Aylesford his lady; and Elizabeth Savile, spinster v. Charles Savile; and Samuel Savile esq re. marriage settlement 17 Jan 1692, John Savile and Mary; the several manors and lordships of Thorner, Pollington and Muckhill and divers other manors, messuages, lands etc, in cos. of York, Lincoln and in city of London. C78/1800, no. 11 [3]
1726 28 Jan 12 James Yeo; Robert Yeo; and Mary Yeo v. Thomas Townsend; Thomas Cole & Grace his wife re. ordered and decreed that the defendants Thomas Cole and Grace his wife should ring the £250 Legacy given by the will of John Yoe the father before Master Samuel Kirk of this Court...and that the same should be secured and placed out at interest in the name of such person as he should think fit.... C78/2074, no. 1 [4]
1726 28 Jan 12 John Porter, nephew and heir of George Porter v. Hugh Knoke; Sarah Porter; and Francis Woodhouse re. death of George Porter, who died without making any disposition of his property, and descent of his capital messuage called Tapenhall, being the seat of an ancient family in Worcs., and one water grist mill and several lands in par. Claines, two miles fron city of Worcester... C78/1778, no. 16 [5]
1726 8 Feb 12 Richard Chauncey; Thomas Gilbert; John Greenhill; Self Norris; Francis Hyde; Robert Ramshire; and Robert Baker v. Nathaniel May; John Shorey, sr; John Shorey, jr; William Poston; Stephen Aynsworth; Peter Ellers; Joseph Goddard; Charles Parry; Stephen Peters; Samuel Richards; William Twyford; Thomas Umfrevill; Samuel Whittingham; William Shorey; Francis Bowyear; Edward Leapidge; John Dyer; Thomas Price; Gilbert Heathcote, knight; John Ward, knight; John Eyles, knight and baronet; Bartholomew Shorey; and William Billers, esq re. dispute concerning general meeting 18 Aug 1721, of the Temple Mills Brass Works; better management and carrying-on of the undertaking... C78/1700, no. 1 [6]
1726 14 Feb 12 James Sharpe the younger, & Catharine his wife v. Benjamin Rutter; Samuel Chandler, & Elizabeth his wife; William Rutter, gent; and William Oliver the younger re. will 11 May 1714, of William Butter, citizen and glover of London (complt. Catherine's late g-father); considerable personal estate, £1000 to be paid to g-children at 21 years or at marriage. C78/1807, no. 7 [7]
1726 16 Feb 12 Richard Lawton gentleman and Edith Launder an infant v. William Hawkins clerk & Mary his wife; Thomas Knight sr clerk; and Thomas Knight jr; Thomas Launder gentleman; & Edith his wife; Reynold Jones & Mary his wife re. descent of a manor house called Neesden House [Neasden House] and lands thereto belonging, and of divers farms, in and about Willesden belonging to William Roberts (died without issue); claim of Edith Launder who was niece on her mother's side... C79/42, no. [8]
1726 26 Feb 12 Anne Lucas, widow and administratrix of Sir Robert Adams knight v. Thomas Ollive, & Anne his wife re. late Thomas Adams and his moiety of divers messuages and lands in St Katherine's, Middx., value £200 or £300 p.a. by virtue of lease 16 Aug 1662, from the Masters, Brothers and Sisters of St Katherine's Hospital beyond the Tower [Royal Foundation of St Katharine]. C78/1817, no. 12 [9]
1726 11 March 12 Elizabeth Tomson, widow v. Philip Wale; and George Purefoy, gent re. surrender 21 Apr 1798(sic) by Thomas Suffolk and wife Dorothy (complt's father and mother) to lord of manor; copyhold messuage, outhouses and orchards and 6 acre close called Backside & close of pasture called Mill Close... in par. Barwell, Leics. C78/1807, no. 5 [10]
1726 26 March 12 David Gwynne, esq; Charles Morgan; and Rees Price, three of the creditors of David Lewis of Killgwynne in the parish of Mothsey [?Cilgwyn in Myddfai par.], Carmarthen, gent v. Thomas Price; David Evans; Henry Dampney, & Frances his wife; Morgan Davies; John Davies, & Elizabeth his wife; Daniel Vaughan, & Esther his wife; and Benjamin Morgan, & Gwenllyan his wife re. unpaid bond 31 Mar 1710, in penal sum of £80, by David Lewis now deceased; refers to judgement in a suit in Court of Great Sessions in co. of Camarthen. C78/1799, no. 3 [11]
1726 2 April 12 Richard Savage, the youngest son of Frederick, earl of Rochford by Bessy, countess of Rochford his wife, an infant by the Henry, earl of Lincoln v. Frederick, earl of Rochford; George Moult, esq; Charles Tillett, clerk; Sir John Colleton, baronet; William Henry Vassan commonloy called Lord Tonbridge re. will 26 June 1721, of Elizabeth Colleton alias Johnson; her very considerable real and personal estate, her desire to perpetuate the memory of Richard Savage and her messuage (and other belongings) at Ealing, Middx. C78/1707, no. 4 [12]
1726 27 April 12 John Wybarne, esq, son and heir of John Wybarne, esq and also administrator of said John Wybarne; and Thomas Goodwin, gent v. Walter Curle, esq re. indenture 17/18 Feb 1715, by John Wybarne (now deceased) to Thomas Goodwin a messuage or tenement called 'Allbrook' at Allbrook or Bovatt [Boyatt] in par. Ottorborne [Otterbourne], [Hants]; debts of John Wybarne... C78/1819, no. 4 [13]
1726 2 May 12 William Dowdeswell v. George Dowdeswell re. complt in 1720 and his subscription for £1,000 in the second money subscription, taken in by the South Sea Company; complt's Letter of Attorney with the defendant. C78/1804, no. 3 [14]
1726 2 May 12 Robert Cole, gent; Susan Porter; Edmund Harrington; Philip Cornwallis, & ___ his wife, executrix of Elizabeth Collinson; ___ Bird, doctor in physick; ___ Wolnought, clerk; ___ Daines; and Robert Ham, for themselves and for such other creditors of John Garwood of Tatterstone, Suff, gent, who contribute to the suit v. Thomas White; Daniel Bayley; John Garwood; Robert Garwood; Nathaniel Garwood; John Morley; Solomon Grimstone; James Peers; John Cuthbert; Thomas Stebbing, & Hanna his wife; John Dockin, sr; and John Dockin, jr; and Susanna Dockin re. loans and debts of late John Garwood & his manor or lordship of Tattingstone [Suff.], farm called Tattingstone Hall and capital messuage called Tattingstone Place, trees called Lords Wood, capital messuage called Pond Hall etc. & lands and appurtenances in Tattingstone, Stutton, Holbrook, Bentley, Brantham, East Berghold [East Bergholt], Capel [Capel St Mary], Wendham [Wenham], Holton, Freresden [?Freston], Chelmondiston, Wolverston [Woolverstone] & Wherstead. C78/1570, no. 3 [15]
1726 3 May 12 Somersett Draper, son and heir of Edmund Draper, & Anne his wife; and Anne Draper v. Robert Brasenor, son of Randolph Brasenor re. marriage agreement Edmund Draper and Anne; descent of capital messuage called Bremlow Hall in par. Worsley, Salop [? in All Stretton] & 35 acres of land of which 8 acres woodland, in trust for Anne during her life and then just heirs... C78/1699, no. 2 [16]
1726 5 May 12 Susanna Stoaks, widow; Thomas Woolly; John Altree; Jane Stibbs; WIlliam Duncombe; Richard Beeby; William Perry; Alice Salt; Thomas Garlick; Thomas Whightwick; Thomas Poole; Thomas Broadhurst; Thomas Wheeler; and Peter Reynolds v. Thomas Bathe; Thomas Kamersley; Richard Stamer an infant; Rachell Stamer; Edward Blakeway; and John parsons re. loan of several sums by John Stamer from complts. secured on messuage and farm and lands, meadows and pastures at Cosford Grange in pars. Albrinton [Albrighton] and Dimmton [?Donnington], Salop and a messuage and farm called the Hattons in Brerewood [Brewood], Staffs. C78/1801, no. 7 [17]
1726 5 May 12 Henry Robinson v. John Mayhew re. Articles of Co-partnership 1710 for trade of linen draper; terms and conditions. C78/1801, no. 6 [18]
1726 9 May 12 William Wilkinson clerk & Mary his wife one of the daughters and coheirs of Ambrose Nicholson; Catherine Nicholson widow and relict of said Ambrose Nicholson formerly Catherine Hudleston one of the daughters of Andrew Hudleston late of Hutton John [Cumberland] esq & Dane Davis widow v. Wilfrid Hudleston gentleman re. will 26 Jan 1705, of Andrew Hudleston; his manor or lordship of Hutton John [Cumbria] and other estates in Whitbarrow, Hutton Stoddow, Motherby, Newbiggin, Greystock [Greystoke], ?Burnddock and elsewhere & considerable personal estate; bequests and conditions. C78/1861, no. 3 [19]
1726 10 May 12 Andrew Holden; Andrew Holden his infant son; Dorothy Holden the widow of Benjamin Holden, clerk decd v. Richard, Earl of Burlington, Attorney General; Thomas Holden; Thomas Flesher; Lawrence Davison; and John Day Will of Benjamin Holden, uncle to Andrew Holden the infant, his godson. Messuage & land in the hamlet of Bilton cum Harrogate, in the township of Killinghall, which is in the the Manor of the Forest of Knaresborough, surrender to the uses of the will. C78/1424, no. 2 [20]
1726 13 May 2 Mary Wilks, widow and relict of Robert Wilks gent; Robert Wilks, an infnat by said Mary Wilks his mother v. Francis Wilks; Joseph Harris, & Susanna his wife; Benjamin Dawson, & Mary his wife re. will 1 July 1718, of Robert Wilks (d. 1718); divers manors, farms, messuages, lands, tenements and hereditaments in Yorks. and Middx., £300+ p.a. & very great personal estate £10,000.bequests and condition concerning complt...
C78/1742, no. 2 [21]
1726 14 May 12 John Passey and Eleanor his wife; Richard Davies; and John Wright copyholders and customary tenants of the manor of Titley, Herefs on behalf of themselves and the other copyholders; and Eleanor Dykes administratrix of William Dykes late a copyholder of the said manor v John Greenly senior; John Greenly junior; and the Wardens and Scholars of Saint Mary's College near Winton Customs of the manor of Titley [Herefs], and rights to enclose. C78/1394, no. 2 [22]
1726 14 May 12 David Turner an infant by Robert Sampson his guardian v. Mildred Turner widow; David Turner; George Turner a person non compos mentis by the defendant David Turner his guardian; and Nethersole Turner an infant by Stephen Nethersole his guardian; James Proud; and Cornelius Martin re. descent of a farm called Nash Court and certain lands called Chappell lands in par. St John the Baptist in Isle of Thanet [now in Margate, Kent]. C78/1829, no. 3 [23]
1726 14 May 7 George Field, only surviving son and heir of George Field v. William Harrison the elder; William Harrison the younger; Rebecca Eaves; and Daniel Stanley, & his wife re. loan £45 5 Aug 1704, by George Field, complt's late father, from Thomas Daley, secured on house, malthouse, garden, croft and orchard at Solihull [Warks]; George Field, complt's late father died Apr 1708 intestate... C78/1757, no. 7 [24]
1726 20 May 12 John Dell; and Mary Dell, an infant, by said John Dell v. Thomas Dell; Robert Waller; and Thomas Taylor re. will 11 Feb 1709, of Mary Hudle [Huddle] late of Aldenham, Herts; freehold estate in par. St Stephen {now in St Albans], Herts; provision for complts. who were nephews and niece. C78/1737, no. 9 [25]
1726 24 May 12 Elizabeth Westbrooke; and Mary Westbrooke, spinsters, daughters and only surviving executrices of William Westbrooke v. Nicholas Goffe, the son, heir, and executor of Nicholas Goffe the elder; Elizabeth Scrase, daughter and executrix of Richard Scrase; and Francis Alcock, & Sarah his wife; and Barbara Ockenden mother of the said Nicholas since deceased; Barbara Goffe daughter of Nicholas Goffe sr; Henry Goffe; and Richard Whitpaine, executors of Nicholas Goffe the son; Elizabeth Goffe; Elizabeth Scrase; Francis Alcocke, & Sarah his wife; Thomas Sheppard; gent; John Young, esq; Thomas Thorne, & Sarah his wife; and John Holden, & Ann his wife re. loans £50 & £50 9 Aug 1701 & 28 Oct 1701, by Nicholas Goffe the elder and Richard Scrase (being reputed men of good character) from William Westbrooke; will of Westbrooke, died Feb 1702... C78/1816, no. 2 [26]
1726 25 May 12 Jacob Smith, & Katherine his wife v. John Scott re. marriage agreement 1677 of John Priest and Catherine (m.1676), and title to property at Hill in par. Sutton Coldfield, Warks, viz: capital messuage, barns stables, buildings, gardens, crofts and backsides & Barn Croft, Sherraffs Croft, Calves Croft, Cow Close... C78/1742, no. 3 [27]
1726 1 June 12 Jane Jones, spinster v. Miles Meredith, & Mary his wife re. will 6 Sept 1722, of Maurice Morgan , grocer of Cardiff, Glam; considerable personal estate & his divers customary or copyhold lands in lordship of Rumney, Monmouths. [now in Cardiff]; bequests and legacies. C78/1794, no. 21 [28]
1726 2 June 12 Nicholas Arnold, esq; and (added later: ) Edward Harley, esq v. Job Gilbert; Rachell Prosser, widow; Phillip Gunter; Roger Gunter; James Prosser; Benjamin David; Nicholas Gunter; William Prosser; Mary Gundy; Jasper George; Richard Gundy; John Morgan; Mary Morgan; John Price, sr; John Price, jr; Philip Powell; John David; John David; John Thomas Parry, & Jane his wife; Jane George, sr; John James; David William; Margaret George; Aaron Price; Thomas Watkins; Philip Gunter; Sarah Yorath; Edward Pritchard; Robert Probert; John George; James George; William Gilbert; John Parry; Joan Gilbert; William Phillips; David Jones; William Probert; Philip Prosser; John Prosser; William Prosser; Edward Gunter; David Gunter; Thomas David; William Prichard; William Nicholas; Maud Thomas; John Edwards; William Perrott; Walter Vaughan; Philip Powell; John Price alias Veyn; Anne George; William Steven; David George; James Thomas; Joseph James; Gilbert Arthur, & Diana his wife; James Price alias Lucas; Richard Gunter; Richard Arnold; Gundy Mary Meredith alias Watkins; and several others. re. decent of manors of Lantony, Cwmyoy, Oldcastle and Redcastle, Monmouthshire were possessions of late dissolved priory of Lantony [former Augustinian priory of LLanthony]; letters patent [ ] July [ ] of Henry VIII, to ancestor of complt... C78/1808, no. 3 [29]
1726 7 June 12 William Storey v John Smethe re. lease 25 Mar 1707, of a messuage or manion house called or known by the name of the George and all the houses, edifices, buildings, barns, stables, yards gardens orchards, backsides & privileges. ways profits, commodities and appurtenances whatsoever adjoining, Watling Street, Thaxstead [Thaxsted], Essex, in trust for Mary and Anne Rous daughters of Robert Rous late of Felsted, Essex by their uncles John Rous of Much Waltham, Essex and Thomas Rous of Felstead. C78/1401, no. 4 [30]
1726 7 June 12 Francis Barker, widow, administratrix with the annexed of John Hibbert v. John Burridge, esq; and Isaac Weare, gent re. ordered and decreed that it should be referred to Master Edwards of this Court to to take an account of what was due to the complainant for principal and interest on the mortgage in the said decree mentioned, and to tax the complainant the costs of this suit and at law, and the said complainant was to pay unto the defendant Weare his costs... C78/1801, no. 8 [31]
1726 14 June 12 Richard Banbury; John Mason; Joseph Wingfield; John Dunn; and Jasper Robins, five of the managers of the copartnership or undertaking commonly called the Free Fishery on behalf of themselves and all the rest of the proprietors or copartners of said Free Fishery or undertaking who had actually paid the sums of money by them respectively subscribed pursuant to the articles of agreement and copartnership thereinafter mentioned v. John Frost; Thomas Dunckley; Simon Kemp; Thomas Kemp; William Burg; Joseph Kemp; Benjamin Kemp; Thomas Masters; Humphrey Bell; Robert Carey; William Hunt; William Jackson; Thomas Fell; John Warner; John Garrett; Thomas Bodicoat; Thomas Bevois; Thomas Nixon; Mary Winn, widow; executrix of Charles Winn; William Langmore; Peter Debonay; and Jacob Leige, assignees of North De La Foundtaine a bankrupt; and St John Gates re. Articles of Agreeemnt and Co-partnership 1 Aug 1720, fishing men and masters and owners of fishing sloops; the British Fishery at Sea was capable of very great improvement but had for many years been neglected or improperly and ineffectually attempted, and that the want of success had been occasioned, either through the inadequacy or unfulfillness of the persons who had pretended to undertake the same, or for want of sufficient stock to carry on the design... C78/1701, no. 1 [32]
1726 18 June 12 Mary Lewin, spinster, administrator of John Lewin her father de bonis non by Elizabeth his widow and relict v. John Bridges, esq; and others (sic) re. descent of divers messuages, lands and tenements of Sir Justinian Lewin (d. Jan 1672), formerly Doctor of Laws and one of the Masters of this Court, in Newton St Faith, Norf. C78/1807, no. 6 [33]
1726 16 June 12 John Sawyer and Charles Spencer, creditors of William White, esq, for themselves and other creditors of said William White v. John Harington, esq; Anthony Goddard, esq; Jonathan Castleman, esq, & Dame Susanah Hicks his wife; How Hicks, esq; Susanah White, an infant, sole daughter and heir of said William White; and (added later:) Alice, the widow, relict, and administratrix of said William White re. loan £50 20 May 1719, William White (d. 14 April 1722) from John Sawyer, & sundry other debts of Wiliam White; his good personal estate of money, plate and jewels sufficent to pay his debts and lands, tenements and tithes in Hillam Lands [near Longham], Dorset and Brokenborough, Malmesbury and Little Somerford, Wilts. C78/1746, no. 3 [34]
1726 3 July 12 John Hay, son of John Hay, esq and cousin German to Herbert Hay v. Thomas Moon, & Anne his wife re. descent of property, a customary barn and half a yard land thereto belonging, in Barcombe, Sussex, of Herbert Hay who died intestate May 1704. C78/1778, no. 17 [35]
1726 6 July 12 Blunden Charlton, esq, & Mary his wife; Francis Charlton; and Robert Charlton infants by the said Blunden Charlton their father v. Sir Francis Charlton, baronet [damaged and faded document] re. marriage agreement of Blunden [c.1682-1742] son of Sir Francis Charlton [1651-1729], with Mary Foley... C78/1782, no. 15 [36]
1726 7 July 12 Margaret Green and Mary Green v. Catherine Green now wife of George Arundell; Dorothy Green; John Arundell & Catherine his wife; and Elizabeth Green now wife of Lawrence Chapman re. descent of barton of Easton in par. of Morchard Bishop, Devon with divers messuages, lands, tenements and hereditaments after the death of John Easton (complt's g-father) C78/2066, no. 6 [37]
1726 9 July 12 Sir Jacob Jacobsen of London, knight; and Theodore Jacobsen of London, merchant v. The Merchants of Almaine being under and of the Confederacy, League, and Company of the Dutch Hanse or Hanse Townes of Lubeck, Bremen, and Hamburg re. piece of ground in Thames Street, in par. All Hallows the Great in the ward of Dowgate called the Stylehoffe or Steel Yard and several messuages; 30 July 1647 appointment of Jacob Jacobsen as Agent or House Master to take care of premises & receive the rents, and conditions [Hanseatic League]. C78/1688, no. 2 [38]
1726 12 July 12 William Coward, serjeant at law; and Phillippa, lady Mohun, his wife; and Elizabeth Mohun then an infant by her guardian v. Charles, lord Mohun, then an infant by Charles Orby, baronet his guardian; James Cordelia; Caatherine and Phillippa Mohun; the said Charles Orby, baronet: Samuel Maddock; and Isabella his wife; Reginald Couch; Elizabeth, countess dowager of Anglesea, the relict and executrix of Arthur, earl of Anglesea; Elizabeth, countess dowager of Anglesea the relict and administratrix of James, earl of Anglesea re. marriage agreement 17/18 April 1674, Charles lord Mohun [3rd Baron Mohun,d.1677] and Phillipa [d.1714/5, daughter of Arthur Annesley, 1st Earl of Anglesey; her second marriage was to William Coward of Wells, Soms]; property in Bodinnick, Tolcarne, Bodmin,?Treskillard, ?Lanteglos, ?Polbord in Cornwall and Okehampton in Devon. C78/1799, no. 1 [39]
1726 12 July 12 Joseph Harrison v. William Dover, & Sarah his wife re. loan £40 22 Mar 1707, by late John Wilkinson from complt. Joseph Harrison; property of Wilkinson, freehold and customary estates £2,000 and his debts... C78/1793, no. 3 [40]
1726 12 July 7 John Bradbury, clerk, rector of Long Whatton, Leics v. Edward Dawson, jr; Thomas Bowley; and William Wilde; and others (sic) re. articles of agreement 1664, concerning three open pasture grounds in par. Long Whatton; rights of the rector, for the time being, in the agreement. C78/1741, no. 7 [41]
1726 13 July 12 Robert Lumley Loyd; and Robert Scother v. Thomas Bartlett; John Reeves; James Fuller; Adam Johnson; and George Lewin Manor of Ewell, Surrey. Close called Charman Mead, to be used for the repair and support of the Town House or Court House in the town of Ewell. C78/1442, no. 4 [42]
1726 14 July 12 John Clifton, gent, grandson and heir of John Clifton, an infant v. Paul Orchard, esq re. title to divers lands, tenements and hereditaments at Ashbury in par Weeke [Week St Mary], Cornwall once owned by John Clifton, the complt's g-grandather); indenture 14 May 1673. C78/1741, no. 5 [43]
1726 15 July 12 Mary Holt daughter of John Frederick late of London, merchant, and Martha his wife both decd, and now the wife of Richard Holt son of Richard Holt late of London, merchant decd, by John Reeve of London v. John Frederick; Joseph Frederick; Dame Sarah Fitzakerly; and Richard Holt Will of John Frederick, plts said father decd (died 1694). Also will of Walwine Gascoyne decd, plts uncle (died 1696). Also bond due from Dorothy Loder, then Dorothy Hanks, widow, the plts aunt. And marriage agreement made upon marriage of plt to Richard Holt the younger. C78/1424, no. 1 [44]
1726 18 July 12 William Nicholas, esq; and John Blake, jr, gent, executors of Edward Whitaker, gent v. Richard Jameson, & Elizabeth his wife; Thomas Kelly; Jane Kelly; Julia Kelly; and George Jameson re. will 26 Nov 1722 of Edward Whittaker; his small personal estate, freehold estate of £100 and copyhold estate of £20 in pars. Chappel, Fordham and Wakes Colne, Essex; bequests... C78/1750, no. 1 [45]
1726 19 July 12 Thomas Churchill... one of the creditors of Randolph Scotcher, deceased v. Andrew Parsons; and George Abbot, executors of said Randolph Scotcher; Elizabeth Scotcher, widow; Randolph Scotcher, infant; Randolph Scotcher sr; John Scotcher; and John Scotcher, infant re. debts of late Randolph Scotcher of St Margaret's, Westminster, carpenter, viz. £243 8s 3d to complt. Thomas Churchill upon the balance of an amount of bricklayer's work done and divers materials; property of late Randolph Scotcher in manor of Wormley [Herts] £20+ p.a. & his very plentiful personal estate of divers messuages, tenements and pieces of ground in St Margaret's, Westminster. C78/1760, no. 5 [46]
1726 27 July 12 John Barker surgeon and John Barker his son an infant by the said John Barker his father; Thomas Blake; John Walpole apothecary; and John Walpole his son an infant by the said John Walpole his father; William Gibbs the elder; and Robert Gibbs an infant his son by the said William Gibbs his father; John Marton; Thomas Prithewe; John Barber; William Gibbs the younger; Joseph Pottle; and Simon Pottle his son an infant by the said Joseph Pottle his father v. Sir Robert Kemp [3rd Baronet 1667–1734]; Thomas Arrowsmith clerk & Mary his wife re. ordered and decreed that the said lands [in Cratfield, Suff.] should stand charged with the arrears and future payments thereof, and that such of the defendants as were in possession of the said lands should pay the complts. the arrears of the said £3 1s and 7½d p.a., to be ascertained by my Master ?Novibond of this Court... C79/63, no. [47]
1726 2 Aug 13 Phillip York, knight, Attorney General, at the relation of James Finlay, doctor in divinity, rector of Christ Church [Christchurch], Surrey; Daniel Powle; James Maintin; Hugh Theed; John Boyfield; Thomas Austin; Christoher Waggett; George Sterrey; Jermin Bazen; John Purde; Nicholas Swaine; William Bowen; John Morris, Thomas Keys; Ambrose Ward; Edward Bliss; Joseph Kingston; Henry Honour; William Batterson; and Edward Knight, all inhabitants of said parish for themselves and for the rest of the inhabitants of said parish v. John Neal; Thomas Lowfield; William Lowfield, esqs; Alexander Kellett; William Jackson; Josiah Boyfield, sr; Josiah Boyfield jr; Richard Atkinson, gent; and Robert Burrowes, clerk re. will 21 Aug 1627(sic) of John Marshall [d.1631] of Axe Yard [now Newcomen Street, SE1], Southwark, Surrey; his divers messauges, lands, tenements and hereditaments in several pars. in Surrey; his bequests [Marshall's Charity]. C78/1702, no. 2 [48]
1726 6 Aug 13 Elizabeth Bentham, widow & executrix of Anthony Bentham decd v. Ann Baron, widow; William Westbrook & Frances his wife; George Wharton; and Thomas Lupton re. will 9 Mar 1724, of Anthony Bentham of Stevenage, Herts; his half part of several manors, messuages, lands tenements and hereditaments in Carmarthen and elsewhere in England and Wales and a freehold estate in Carmarthen and Hertford and and copyhold lands and tenements in Carmarthen, Hertford and elsewhere, £400; his debts to diverse persons in several considerable sums of money... C78/1472, no. 1 [49]
1726 13 Oct 13 Richard Eborne gentleman; Frances Burnaby widow; Ann gery widow; John Browne gentleman; Thomas Warden; Thomas Watkin; Henry Davis; Mary Bascoby spinster; ____ Smith widow; and Ruth Goodall widow creditors of Edward Rawson late of Coventry brewer and baker v. Elizabeth Rawson widow and Edward Rawson; John Rawson; Elizabeth Rawson; Ann Rawson; and Mary Rawson children of the said Edward Rawson the elder; Humphrey Whadock; James Birch; John Fox; Edward Green; Samuel Walker; and Nicholas Rothwell re. several loans by late Edward Rawson, brewer and baker, from the complts; his real and personal estate and his will of 6 June 1706... C79/2, no. [50]
1726 14 Oct 13 Robert, lord Lexington [Robert Sutton, 2nd Baron Lexington, 1662–1723]v. Sir Mathew Jenison, knight [1654–1734] re. inclosure of the common fields of Newark, [Notts] where the complt's lands lay intermixt and purchase of same; lands at Holme [4 miles north of Newark]. C78/1798, no. 10 [51]
1726 14 Oct 13 Nicholas Amhurst of Maidstone, Kent, gent, administrator de bonis non with the will annexed of Nicholas Amhurst of Maidstone, gent v. John Baker Dowell, esq; Katherine Kirkby; and Edmund Beagham re. monies owed to late Nicholas Amhurst, attorney or solicitor by late Robert Spencer and Elizabeth his wife, for prosecuting and defending several suits; also monies loaned by Nicholas Amhurst to Robert Spencer and Elizabeth... C78/1643, no. 5 [52]
1726 27 Oct 13 Christopher Emmett; Peter Hartopp; Peter Lepipre; Laurence Ingoldsby; John Barnard; Nehemiah Lode; Andrew Brougham; John Baker; Richard Frome; Thomas Ward; William Smith; Francis Porten; James Porten; William Brooke; David Petty; John Radburne; David Miln; Henry March; and Edward Gouge of London, merchants; and Sir John Williams, knight and alderman of the City of London v. Richard Harris of London, merchant re. underwriting, Dec 1718, of an insurance policy on a ship called the 'Princess' (captain Plumb), cargo from London to any ports of Guinea on coast of Africa and thence to Jamaica... C78/1687, no. 6 [53]
1726 29 Oct 13 William Bartelott & Barbara; and Hannah Smith and Mary Smith then an infant by the said Hannah Smith her sister, which Barbara, Hannah, and Mary were three of the daughters and coheiresses of George Smith then late of Binderston, Sussex, clerk by Barbara his second wife v. William Woodford; Elizabeth Woodford; Mary Woodford; Sarah Peckham widow; Dame Elizabeth Peckham and Thomas Peckham re. indenture 17 Nov 4William & Mary [1692-3], for George Smith to make provision for Thomas and Elizabeth his son and daughter... C79/114, no. [54]
1726 3 Nov 13 Charles Sambridge of Westminster, Middx, gent v. William Beckford, esq; Ann Sambridge; Johanna Fettiplace; James Pettit, esq; Robert Allen, gent, & Dorothea his wife; Edmund Lewen, & Johanna his wife re.will 26 March 1705, of James Ward and his two shares of the 'New River Water coming from Ware in the county of Hertford to the city of London'; bequest of two shares... C78/1702, no. 3 [55]
1726 8 Nov 13 Thomas Gibson of St Giles in the Fields, Middx, salesman v. John Fane, esq; and Welfare Ford re. pay due on discharge, his age rendering him incapable, after 28 years a a private man in his master's first troop of Horse Grenadier Guards (2/6 per diem). C78/1677, no. 1 [56]
1726 12 Nov 13 James Waller of Coggeshall, Essex, woolcomber v. James Waller and Samuel Waller re. property of John Waller d.Jan 1716, intestate; descent of divers messuages, lands tenements and hereditaments in the parishes of Diss and Aye [Eye] in the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk, £150 p.a. and his considerable personal estate. C78/1858, no. 2 [57]
1726 17 Nov 13 Josiah Arnold an infant of about 7 years by Benjamin Arnold of Southwark, Surrey, distiller, his uncle and the said Benjamin Arnold; Nathaniel Arnold of Benson, Oxon, gentleman; John Arnold citizen and distiller of London; Henry Barksdell of Newbury, Berks, clothier & Mary his wife; Roger Quarterman of Clare, Oxon, glazier & Martha his wife v. Richard Wilkinson of London, sugar refiner re. will 5 Nov 1708, of Josiah Arnold, citizen and distiller of London; his considerable personal estate £6,000+; bequests and conditions. C78/2049, no. 9 [58]
1726 21 Nov 13 James Garmson of London and Mary Magdalen his wife the only daughter and issue of John Bourges late of London decd v. Lewis Angier re. will 16 Oct 1720, of John Bourges of London, merchant, and refugee from the persecution in France; personal estate £20,000+ & deprived of his real estate in France; annuity of £50 p.a. to his wife, conditions. C78/1423, no. 10 [59]
1726 21 Nov 13 Francis Fane, esq v. Granado Pigott, esq; and Sir Robert Raymond, knight, Attorney General re. loan 4 Feb 1716 £600 by John Hatcher and wife Frances (both now deceased), from Edward Payne, secured on a messuage or tenement called the ?Berry Steed at Church End in par. Barton [Barton-le-Clay]. C78/1703, no. 2 [60]
1726 21 Nov 13 Richard Malun, an infant, by Edward Bourne v. Jane Townend, since deceased; and Anne Townend re. will 9 Dec 1686 of Richard Townend (complt's g-uncle) of Over Hoyland in par. Wath [?Wath upon Dearne], Yorks; his several debts and his messuage and five closes and 15 selions of arable land at Over Hoyland. C78/1687, no. 5 [61]
1726 23 Nov 13 Carlotta Hide of Guildford, Surrey an infant by Henrietta Hyde her mother v. William Spencer & Elizabeth his wife and Thomas Widmore gentleman re. descent of two closes of land 14+ acres & a parcel of moor ground 13 acres, in par. of Greatham, [Hants] formerly owned by Nathaniel Hyde (complt's g-grandfather) of Herriard [Hants]. C79/97, no. [62]
1726 6 Dec 13 Thomas Edwards, sr; and Francis Colston, esqs; Henry Hoare; and Robert Carr, executors of Edward Colston, esq; Robert Carr, jr, an infant, by said Robert Carr, sr, his father; and Edward colston, an infant, by said Francis Colston, esq, his father v. Thomas Edwards, jr, esq, & Mary his wife; Sarah Campbell, widow; and Mary Edwards; and sophia Edwards, infants by said Thomas Edwards, jr, esq, their father and guardian; and Sir Robert Raymond, knight, Attorney General re. ordered and decreed that the said testator Edward Colston's will and codicils should be established and performed, and that an order thereto, the said plaintiff Edward Colston and the defendant Edwards, the trustees, should execute conveyances of the settled estate to the uses appointed by the said will and codicils; referred to Master Hiccocks of this Court to settle and allow of the said conveyances and settlement, and all parties were are at liberty to apply for further directions... C78/1692, no. 2 [63]
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