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1728 (bill) Magdalen Braman widow and relict of Nicholas Braman clerk v. John Braman heir at law of the said Nicholas Braman; Mary Cheyney; Anne Cooke widow; Phillip Beauchamp; Robert Smith; and Edward Vernon re. marriage settlement 10 June 1713, complt. Magdalen née Sparke and Nicholas Braman, late rector of Byfleet, Surrey, ; £1,000 portion; bond and mortgage for 500 years 29 Mar and 14 Apr 1698...four closes of arable or pasture containing 40 acres called Munkney Leys in the tything of Neatham and Holybourne, Eastbrook [Hants] or one of them... C79/117, no. [2]
1728 16 Jan 1 Ralph Hopton, & Thomasin his wife, late widow of Thomas Shipton; Peter Consett, gent, & Mary his wife, daughter and heir of the said Thomas Shipton v. Thomas Hayes and Ambrose Newton, administrator of Richard Shipton the elder and Richard Shipton the younger; and Jonathan Shipton; and also administrator de bonis non of Thomas Shipton unadministered by Richard Shipton the younger re. ordered that the complts. & the defendant Hayes should proceed to a trial at law at the then next assizes for Yorks. on these issues: whether or what part of the consideration money mentioned of the defendant of was paid or not, and if any money was paid, then when monies such were paid, and these issues to be tried by a special jury and for that purpose the Sheriff of the said County was to attend the Master.... C78/1807, no. 3 [3]
1728 18 Jan 1 Havey Sparke v. Mary Sheriffe widow; John Lowder; and Samuel Audley re. loan £150 27 Apr 1720, by Mary Sheriffe from Thomas Deacon of Peterborough, Northants (now deceased), secured on two messuages or tenements with the shops and appurtenances, situated in Wisbech in the Isle of Ely, Cambs... C78/1858, no. 3 [4]
1728 23 Jan 1 Luke Mole; Thomas, Christopher, John, Mary, Dorothy, and Elizabeth Mole sons and daughters of Thomas Mole and Dorothy his wife one of hte daughters of Christopher Hodges one of the cousins and coheirs of Luke Hodges nephew of said Christopher all infants by Edward Green v. Mary Hodges, widow, relict, and executrix of said Luke Hodges, the said Thomas Mole and Dorothy his wife and John Beck and Mary his wife the other daughter of the said Christopher and the other cousin and coheir of the said Luke Hodges re. decree 4 Dec [1716-17] it was by Sir John Trevor deceased, late Master of the Rolls decreed that the defendant Mary Hodges should come to an account before Master Lovibond of this Court for what of the testator Luke Hodges's personal Estate, not specifically devised, was come into her hands... C78/1838, no. 1 [5]
1728 24 Jan 1 Richard Leeves, gent, one of the sons and only surviving executor of William Leeves, esq v. Henry Poore; Robert Poore; and John Poore re. sale £500 21/22 June [1697-8], by Mary Hammond, widow and and Henry Hammond of Warnford [Hants.] to William Poore, of a messuage, tenement or dwelling house and inn called 'The Falcon' [SO32 3LB,], and all that close commonly called Down Close containing 3 acres part whereof was converted into a hop garden and all that meadow ground lying near Burroughfield containing two acres etc... in Warnford, Hants. C78/1834, no. 4 [6]
1728 25 Jan 1 William Standert, merchant; and Thomas Langton, merchant, administrator of John Langton; and Ann Langton, relict and administratrix of John Langton late father of said John Langton, which said William Standert; Thomas Langton; and John Langton late father of said John Langton, which said William Standert, Thomas Langton, and John Langert were assignees of a commission of bankrupt awarded against John Guy late of London, vintner v. Richard Mead, merchant; the said John Guy and Mary Ford, widow re. debts of John Guy, tavern keeper, by reason of sale, in 1718, to him by William Standert £81+ & John Langton £67 12s, of considerable parcels of Port, Rhenish and other wines; the property of John Guy = estate £100 p.a and a marriage portion £1,000 and a good tavern trade... C78/1812, no. 3 [7]
1728 25 Jan 1 John Madaford v. Phillip Robins re. lease and release by Stephen Madaford '11 or 12 years before' for long term of years, to Phillip Robins of messuage or tenement called 'Coffin' in par. Tavistock, Devon and messuage called 'North Weane' or 'South Weane' in par. Mary Tavy & messuage called 'Sowton tenement' or 'Shongs tenement' in par. Milton Abbot or Brintor [Brentor]; non-payment of sums of money by Phillip Robins... C78/1762, no. 10 [8]
1728 1 Feb 1 John Newell of Pofleis; Thomas Burgess; and Thomas Newell of Waterend of Stokenchurch, Oxon; Edward Barlow; Ambrose Newell; Richard Stone of Radnage, Bucks; Ralph Stone; Jasper Hunt; and Edward Hunt, executors of Hugh Hunt of Radnage, yeoman v. Daniel Chapman; and William Littlepage re. payment of tithes in the parish of Radnage; paid under Mr Thomas Masters 60 years ago [1670- ], he succeeded as rector by Mr [John] Woodeson [1674- ] who ' disposed to live in amity with parishioners' made agreement to be paid £40 10s p.a.; he succeeded by Mr Samuel Chapman [1720- ] who chose to gather his tithes in kind... C78/1541, no. 1 [9]
1728 3 Feb 1 Sir John Eyles; Sir Thomas Crosse; John Judge; Mathew Lant; Sir Roger Hudson; Edmond Halsey; John Lade; Gabriel Roberts; and Sir Richard Hopkins trustees nominated by act of Parliament 7 Geo I for raising money upon the estates of the late sub Governor Deputy Governor Directors Cashire Deputy Cashire and Accountant of the South Sea Company & of John Aislabie & likewise of James Craggs senior decd towards making good the great loss & damage sustained by the said company and for disabling such of the said persons as were living to hold any office or place of trust under the Crown or to sit or vote in parliament for the future & for other purposes in the said act expressed v John Ward; Sir John Blunt; William Mason; and Abraham Crop Sales and leases of 60 old houses and a small piece of ground in Grays In Lane, Middx and some old houses in Wapping, ultimately to be sold to Sir John Blunt at inflated prices with the intention of protecting some of his estate from appropriation. C78/1397, no. 1 [10]
1728 5 Feb 1 Dorothy Lloyd of London, widow v. Guy Lloyd re. will 10 Dec 1724, of William Lloyd late of Mount Mascall in the parish of North Cray, Kent, the complt's late husband; his messuages, lands and tenements, coppers, furnaces, boylers (sic), utensils, negro's (sic), servants and other rights and appurtenances on plantation in the island of Jamaica... C78/1423, no. 7 [11]
1728 6 Feb 1 Jane Mead; and John Mead, representatives of Robert Fowle and Thomasd Wootton, goldsmiths v. Edward Whitaker, one of the Serjeants at Law, son and heir of Edward Whitaker, gent; Sarah Whitaker his widow; Arabella Whitaker; Thomas Whitaker; and William Whitaker; and Elizabeth Shipton re. demise 13 Oct 1722 for 500 years at a peppercorn rent, by Edward Whittaker (late husband of the defendt. Sarah and father of the other defndnts.) to Thomas Wooton, his messuages snd lands in Croydon, Chipstead, Measham [Merstham] and Sutton, Surrey, subject to redemption of £1,545 on the 14 April following... C78/1778, no. 12 [12]
1728 7 Feb 1 John Phillipps the younger; William Cornish; John Squire; William Adams; and John Sheppard for themselves and all other inhabitants, landholders, owners, and occupiers of lands and tenements in the parish of Thurlestone, Devon, and the tithable places thereof v. Thomas Burrington, clerk, rector of Thurlestone re. from time immemorial a modus in the parish for paying a certain sum of money, in lieu of tithes in kind, of the several titheable matters following: viz for every milch cow kept and depastured, one penny in lieu of the tithes etc...; intention of new rector 'to break and destroy' the aforesaid modusses. C78/1698, no. 3 [13]
1728 12 Feb 1 William Lee v. William Blomfield re. loan £50 latter end of 1701, by William Bromfield from John Lee (complt's late father); messuage or tenement, then nearly rebuilt, in East Smithfield [London Borough of Tower Hamlets]. C78/1739, no. 3 [14]
1728 14 Feb 1 Gaspard Sellon; and Claudius Aubert v. John Rogers; Scipio Guy; Edward Cressett and James Cressett re. complt. Gaspard Sellon; Nov 1723, employed defendt. Scipio Guy to buy several parcels of South Sea Stock, London African Stock and other stock; borrowings by Scipio Guy, mismanagement... C78/1814, no. 9 [15]
1728 15 Feb 1 William Gyllett, clerk, one of the devisees, legatees and executors of Mary Trelawny, widow decd and also one of the creditors of the said Mary Trelawny as well for and on behalf of himself as of all the other creditors and legatees of the said Mary Trelawny v. Trevill Cross and Thomas Lethbridge re. will 26 Oct 1722, of Mary Trelawny of Rill in the parish of Withercombe Rawleigh [Withycombe Raleigh], Devon; her considerable personal estate & numerous bequests; defendants alleged to have entered her real estate and possessed themselves of as much of her personal estate as they could... C78/1459, no. 5 [16]
1728 16 Feb 1 Sir George Hampson v. Dame Sarah Hampson; and John Serocold re. marriage agreement 6 June 1724, of complt's. father & Elizabeth Key, sole daughter and heir apparent of Josiah Key of Milcombe ; sums of money & stock totalling £4,000 to be used to purchase lands and hereditaments as an inheritance... C78/1442, no. 1 [17]
1728 19 Feb 1 Thomas Tooke gentleman brother and heir of George Took gentleman who was the eldest son and heir of Thomas Tooke gentleman v. Martha Tooke spinster who was the only daughter of said Thomas Tooke and sister to said George Tooke and the complainant re. descent of property of Thomas Tooke; farm and lands in Mablethorpe, Lincs., £200 p.a.. & messuage in Castle Yard, London, £50 p.a. other messuage and lands which, for want of writings relating to title, the complt. could not dispose... C78/2062, no. 11 [18]
1728 19 Feb 1 Sir John Thornicroft son and heir of Sir John Thornicroft late of Milcombe, Oxon decd v. Roger Peter Handasyde and Elizabeth his wife; and Dorothy Thornicroft, spinster re. marriage agreement 10/11 Feb 1686, of complt's father John Thornicroft & Elizabeth Key, sole daughter and heir apparent of Josiah Key of Milcombe; sums of money and lands. C78/1423, no. 6 [19]
1728 23 Feb 1 Elizabeth Sturmy, widow; Mary Markeland, widow; and Susanna Swinden, widow v. William Hall; William Edgeworth; Mary Rudge; Robert Barry, & Elizabeth his wife; Tobias Swinden; Arthur Trever, & ELizabeth his wife re. complts's lease 26 May 1724, from Edmund, Lord Bishop of London, of the rectory and parsonage with meadows, pastures...watermill and pools, waters etc, of Ashwell, Herts; £800 debt to Dr Nicholas ?Only... C78/1724, no. 4 [20]
1728 29 Feb 1 Joanna Fettiplace widow and relict of Thomas Fettiplace the younger esq v. Henry Pye; William Beckford; Daniel Fettiplace; and Jeoffery Fettiplace re. marriage agreement 2 July 1708, Thomas Fettiplace, the son and complt Joanna; £5,815 marriage portion & manor lordship or farm of Fernham (or Farnham) in par. of Shrivenham, Berks [now Oxon]. C79/63, no. [21]
1728 5 March 1 Godfrey Kneller; Huckle Kneller, esq, an infant by Luke Weekes, gent v. George Townsend; and Edward Byng re. marriage agreement 20/21 Oct 1708, James Huckle of Upper Molesey, Surrey and Catherine his wife (complt. being their son and heir); sums £1,000 and £500,& messuages or tenements in Whitecross St., White Lyon Yard, Stotch Yard and Bear and Ragged Staff yard in par. St Giles-without-Cripplegate. C78/1706, no. 10 [22]
1728 6 March 1 Arthur Cockram, gent v. Thomas James, gent; Bromwich Pope, esq, & Mary his wife; and John Baldwyn re. descent of a messuage and lands called Tripleton [Trippleton in par. Leintwardine near Ludlow] in Heref., from William Higgins [or Higgons] who died about 80 years ago, leaving daus. Mary and Jane as co-heirs; Mary was complt's g-mother and her heir.. C78/1709, no. 8 [23]
1728 12 March 1 John Burton esq & Dorcas his wife late the wife of John Howe esq and Sophia Howe (daughter of said Dorcas by said John Howe) an infant by said Dorcas Burton their mother v. Letitia Howe widow and relict of George Howe doctor in physick; White, lord bishop of Peterborough[White Kennett, 1660–1728]; Thomas Green; and Vigerius Edwards esq re. will 4 Aug 1708, of Dr George Howe; annuity of £400 to wife Letitia for life, raised out of various funds; widow Letitia however possessed herself of his estate. C78/2075, no. 6 [24]
1728 12 March 1 Charles Bowles, gent; Catherine Kent, widow; Samuel Hunt, gent; and William Crumpe, gent v. Thomas Perry, esq; John Ward, esdq; and Edward Baldwyn, esq [vide 1729 C78/1494, no. 9] re. loan 19 Feb 1718, o£ £500 by Thomas Perry from complt. Charles Bowles, secured on manors or lordships of West Donniland [West Donyland alias Berechurch, near Colchester] and ?Gosbacks, Essex with messuages, lands, tenements, meadows closes, pastures etc. C78/1784, no. 2 [25]
1728 12 March 1 James Waldie; Margaret Waldie; and Cordelia Waldie, infants by Samuel Ingram v. John Wharton; Mary Wharton; Thomas Guy; Humphry Middlemore, & Mary his wife; and Thomas Brookes re. will 2 Mar 1710, of James Waldie (complt's father); considerable real and personal estate inc. messuage, farm and lands called 'Hungerdown' in Bellerkay [Billericay], Essex. C78/1739, no. 1 [26]
1728 12 March 1 John Crowley, esq, since deceased, executor of Sir Ambrose Crowley, knight, his then late father; James Colebrook; and James Ruck; Charles Waller; William Collier; and William Bennett v. Thomas Heath; Edmund Heath; John Arnold; William Ashurst; Sir William Phippard, knight, since deceased, & Dame Mary his wife; and William Phippard, jr; Mary Phippard, jr; John Phippard; Eizabeth Phippard; and George Phippard, infants; and Joseph Windmills; and Hanna Bennett, widow re. ordered and decreed 31 May 1718, that the defendants should come to an amount before Master ?Hancocks of this Court for what they had respectively received out of the estates in question in taking of which amount the said Master to make them all just allowances... C78/1679, no. 1 [27]
1728 13 March 1 James Cooke esq v. Lucy Killigrew widow; Mary Killigrew; and Judith Killigrew re. will 8 Dec 1704, of Henry Killigrew of [capital messuage called] St Juliens in par. St Stephen, [in town of St Albans], Herts; bequest of St Juliens to his wife Lucy, during her life... C78/1908, no. 5 [28]
1728 14 March 1 Elizabeth Cavell, widow and relict of Richard Cavell of Bealings, Suff, clerk for herself and her two children, Richard and Elizabeth Cavell, infants v. Ann Reeve; William Cavell, & Miriam his wife re. indenture 2/3 July 1694 James Reeve and Mary of Chignall [Chignall Smealy] and his wife, to William Boosey, messuages, lands and tenemnts in par. Writtle, Essex. C78/1758, no. 7 [29]
1728 29 Mar 1 Thomas Russell, Anne Russell, Sarah Russell and John Russell infants (children of Thomas Russell late of St James Westminster, Middx decd) by Charles Hudson v. Robert Walworth and Elizabeth his wife re. administration by his widow, the deft. Elizabeth of the estate of Thomas Russell, who was complt's father and who had died 4 Jan 1718, intestate. C78/1427, no. 4 [30]
1728 1 April 1 Daniel Berry the elder one of the executors of Dame Mary Scott; John Berry; Thomas Berry; Marry Berry; Martha Berry; and Elizabeth Fossey widow; Robert Warner; Thomas Warner; and Mary Warner; Frances Height & Katherine his wife; John Height; Grefory Woodfield & Sarah his wife; Thomas Beddington; John Boddington; Elizabeth Boddington; Thomas Bennett & Mary his wife; Daniel Berry the younger; Thomas Fossey an infant by said Elizabeth Fossey his mother; Sarah Berry; and Mary Berry infants by Thomas Berry their father v. Stephen Scott and Wigh Woolley re. will 23 Feb 1721, of Dame Mary Scott; her very great personal estate, £10,000 and bequests. C78/1932, no. 2 [31]
1728 4 Apr 1 Sir Phillip York, Attorney General, by and at the relation of Samuel Higgs and John Prior two churchwardens of the parish of St Botolph without Bishopgate, London; and James Kinder and Roger Peck two churchwardens of the parish of St Saviour in Southwarke, Surrey; and Thomas Vinter and William Palmer two churchwardens of that part of the parish of St Giles without Cripplegate, London which is in the County of Middx v. Master, Warden, four fellows, six poor brethren, six poor sisters and twelve poor scholars of the College of God's Gift in Dulwich, Surrey; and His Grace William Lord Archbishop of Canterbury re. letters patent 21 June 17James 1 [1619], to Edward Alleyn [actor, 1566-1626] of Dulwich, Surrey authorising him to establish a college in Dulwich to be called 'the College of God's Gift'; exclusion of the Churchwardens of the said parishes from the governance of the College, contrary to the rules of governance. C78/1423, no. 8 [32]
1728 9 April 1 Sir John Blunt, baronet, & Dame Susannah his wife; and Abraham Cropp merchant, surviving trustee for the said Dame Susanna Blunt v. Sir John Gyles, baronet; Sir Thomas Cross, baronet; John Rudge, esq; Mathew Lant, esq; Sir Roger Hudson, knight; Edmund Halsey; John Lade; Gabriel Roberts, esq; and Sir Richard Hopkins, knight, trustees named in an act of Parliament in 7 George I re. An Act [7George1] for raising money upon the estates of the late sub Governor, deputy Governor, Directors, Cashier, deputy Cashier and Accomptant of the South Sea Company and of John Aislabie Esq [1670-1742]; and likewise of James Craggs, Senior, Esq [1657-1721] deceased, towards making Good the great Loss and Damage sustain'd by the said Company ; and for disabling such of the said Persons as are living, to hold any Office or Place of Trust under the Crown, or to sit or vote in Parliament for the future.... C78/1807, no. 4 [33]
1728 13 April 1 William Llorrimer gentleman; Joshua Oldfield; and Edmund Calamy doctors of divinity; William Tong; Benjamin Robinson; Zachary Merrell; John Evans; William Harris; Thomas Reynolds; Isaac Bates; Jeremy Smith; James Read; John Moreton; Edward Farrington; William Addy; Jonathan Collier; Benjamin Sheppard; Francis Buckstead; Joseph Archer; Richard Watts; Isaac Honywood; George Smith; and Stephen Davies v. Elizabeth Roberts and Jane Williams re. ordered and decreed that the defendant Williams come to an account before Master Mellor of this Court for what of the personal estate of the testator, Dr Samuel Williams, was come to her hands, or to the hands of any other person for her use... C78/2046, no. 1 [34]
1728 30 April 1 Roynon Jones, esq, & Ann his wife v. John Barrett re. indenture of conveyance 5 May 8Anne [1713-14], messuage called Hampton's House [now Hygrove House] in Minsterworth, Gloucs. with closes and parcels of pasture, arable land and meadows etc., etc. by Richard Barrett, yeoman deceased, to John Barrett, his son, and his heirs, to the uses following... C78/1541, no. 3 [35]
1728 2 May 1 Thomas Glynn v. Thomas Bromfield; John Bromfield; George Trenchard; Robert Mitchell; George Burrard; Mathew Combes, & his wife; Thomas Bishop; Henry Lovibond, esq; Phillip Meadows, knight; Giles Clerk; Edmund Dumner; Thomas Dumner; George Richards; John Richards; Vigerus Edwards; Shilston Calmady; and Mary Melmoth re. debt by bond 20 Dec 1711, of Thomas Bromfield to complt. Thomas Glynn; judgement in previous ?Michaelmas term in the sum of £2,600... Limmington co. of Southampton [Lymington, Hants}. C78/1779, no. 11 [36]
1728 14 May 1 Barnaby Coles, gent,son and heir of Barnaby Coles, gent, nephew and heir of William Coles, gent v. Francis Coles, esq; Elizabeth Antram, widow; William Richardson, & Elizabeth his wife re. descent of freehold and copyhold lands, the property of William Coles (complt's g-grandfather) in Downton, Wilts. C78/1778, no. 13 [37]
1728 17 May 1 Sir Germyn Davers, baronet, administrator of Dame Mary Davers, his late mother which were unadminstered by his late brother Sir Robert Davers baronet and also administrator with the will annexed of his said late father Sir Robert Davers baronet which were unadministered by the said Dame Mary Davers his executrix and also brother nad heir of the said Sir Robert Davers who was eldest son and heir of the said Sir Robert Davers and Dame Mary Davers and also administrator of Mary Cor and his sister v. Thomas Davers, esq; John Moyle, esq, & Isabella his wife; Samuel Pake, doctor in physicik; and Roger Pratt, esq, & Henrietta his wife re. an Act [2Anne c.9 (1703-4)] for confirming and better execution of articles and the agreements therein contained for the disposition and division of the estate of the late lord Jermyn amomgst his coheirs. C78/1823, no. 3 [38]
1728 20 May 1 Thomas Butler & Martha his wife v. Joseph Storey; Samuel Storey the elder; Samuel Storey the younge; Mary Storey; George Storey; Daniel Atkins & Jane his wife; Daniel Jevon & Katherine his wife; Richard Woolley & Mary his wife; William Cust; Frederick Hartonith; William Nutt; and Alexander Bourne re. will 1 July 1723, of Samuel Stozer, fishmonger of London (complt. Martha's late father); his property, freehold and copyhold £300+ p.a. and his personal estate of £5,000+. C79/14, no. [39]
1728 22 May 1 Francis Dickins esq v. Robert Clarke esq and Samuel Buckley esq re. ordered and decreed that it should be referred to one of the Masters of this Court to take an account of what was due to the complainant for principal and interest & to tax the complainant his costs both at law and in this Court and... C78/1908, no. 3 [40]
1728 22 May 2 Benjamin Clay, clerk; and John Frarzer, apothecary, executors of John Neale, esq v. John Neale, esq; Richard Neale, clerk; and Jane Neale, spinster, children of said John Neale, esq, deceased; Francis Molllineaux, esq; and Samuel Smith; Charlton Neale; John Neale; Richard Neale; George Neale; Pendock Neale; Elizabeth Neale; and Anne Neale, infants, grandchildren of said testator; John Neale, and children of said Richard Neale re. covenant 5 Feb 1683, by John Neale & Anne his wife (a dau of Phillip Pendock) that they would assign before end of Trinity Term to Charles Neville, the north part of a close called Lee Close of 22 acres, the Great Moore, the Hop Close, pasture called Neather Moore, Parson Close etc., etc..messuage in the tenure of William Fillingham etc., Kirkby meadow, Kirky pasture..lying in the lordship or territories of Torlaston alias Torlaton alias Tollerton, Notts. C78/1738, no. 2 [41]
1728 25 May 1 Robert Bere and Mary his wife v. Peter Foulkes; William Foulkes an infant by the said Peter Foulkes his father; Henry Gandy; and Elizabeth Davy, widow re. will 14 July 2JamesII [1686-7], of Lawrence Davy; his messuage, lands and hereditaments, £600 to dau. Mary (the complt.) at 21 years or date of marriage paid out of the barton of Thelbridge, Devon; & debt of Andrew Davy to the complts' mother Mary.. C78/1459, no. 1 [42]
1728 28 May 1 John Jesser of Frome Sellwood, Som, mercer v. John Phelps of Frome aforesaid, gent [vide 1729 C78/1679, no.3] re. mortgage 22 Jan 1705, £300 paid to defndt. by complt; new erected messuage or tenement and other messuages in Frome, Soms. C78/1679, no. 2 [43]
1728 28 May 1 William Selleck v. John Russell re. will 30 June 1688 of Richard Richards, and a tenement called Whitcomb in Tiverton, Devon left to son John Richards with a proviso... Refs previous bill dated 29 April 1681, exhibited by Dorothy Richards, the daughter of Richard Richards C78/1458, no. 2 [44]
1728 3 June 1 Dame Mary Langhorne widow and relict of Sir William Langhorne of Charlton, Kent, baronet then an infant by Epiphanius Holland of Beckingham, Kent, clerk, her uncle v. Robert Warren doctor in divinity & Dorothy his wife; Dorothy Warren; Ann Warren; and Langhorne Warren infants by siad Robert Warren their father and guardian; Sir John Conyers baronet; Baldwyn Conyers; Joseph Kirk; and Robert Sherrard esqs; and William Langhorne Games an infant by said Robert Warren his guardian re. will 7 Sept 1713 (and diverse codicils thereto), of Sir William Langhorne [c.1631–1715]; manor of Charlton and considerable estate at Charlton, Woolwich, Plumstead and elsehwere in Kent, £1.200+ p.a. & manor of Hampstead, Middx., £1,000 and large personal estate of £30,000... C79/143, no. [45]
1728 4 June 1 Arthur Bedford, clerk v. John Harrington, esq; Walter Robinson, esq; Charles Bave, doctor of phisick; Joseph Langton, esq; George Coll, esq, & Anne his wife; and Robert Fry, esq, & Frances his wife re. indenture of conveyance 24/25 Oct 1717, by Joseph Langton [c.1637–1720] of Newton Park [in par. Newton St Loe, near Bath, Soms] his manors, messuages, lands, tenements and hereditaments in Somerset; descent of property. C78/1707, no. 6 [46]
1728 7 June 5 Hannah Ballard, widow v. Martha Knight, widow; George Hales; and Daniel Raxter re. loan £400 6 Nov 1722, by William Knight, now deceased, from complt. Hannah Ballard, secured on cottage or tenement with lands in par. Suckley, Worcs. C78/1541, no. 5 [47]
1728 16 June 1 Sir James Mountague, knight, then Attorney General, at the relation of Thomas Bard of Thames Street, London, salter, eldest son and heir and also administrator of Thomas bard of Clercar [?Calver], Derbs , esq, who was sole executor of Robert Daniel of London, merchant v. John Wallis; Nathaniel Bard; William Marsh; and Thomas Parran re. will 7 May 1681 of Robert Damet; his great real and personal estate, bequests and conditions. C78/1542, no. 3 [48]
1728 26 June 2 John Potter, gent v. John Owers; Joseph Abbott; and George Brooke re. loan £500 1 Apr 1706, by Henry Abbott from John Lillie, clerk, now deceased [d.1717], secured on estate in Essex worth £40 p.a.; Great Coggeshall and Little Coggeshall [Essex]. C78/1829, no. 5 [49]
1728 2 July 2 Thomas Acton, esq; Mary Wolryche, spinster, surviving daughter of Sir Thomas Wolryche, baronet, by Dame Elizabeth Wolryche; Richard Coley; George Griffiths; and Thomas Ryder, gent, creditors of Sir John Wolryche, baronet on behalf of themselves and other creditors of Sir John Wolryche v. Thomas Weis, esq; Dame Elizabeth Woryche; William Weld Gray; James Grove; John Hall; George Weld, esq; Joseph Wolryche; and Edmund Wolryche, an infant by said James Wolryche his father and guardian re. will 18 Apr 1691 of Sir Thomas Wolryche (father of Sir John); his manors or lordships of Dudmaston, Quatt, Quatt Malvern, Quatt Jervoix and Mose [?More], Shropshire; bequests, conditions and debts of Sir John. C78/1777, no. 8 [50]
1728 3 July 2 Humphry Dene v. Phillip Abell senr; Phillip Abell junr; and Christopher Border re. will 21 Feb 1653 of Peter Bound and descent of his divers messuages, lands and tenements called Oldhill alias Odlehill inc. orchards, gardens closes called the Little Parks, Denbury Down etc. in the par. of Denbury, Devon. C78/1455, no. 10 [51]
1728 6 July 2 John Priston v. Richard Holder re. loan 9/10 Dec 1687 £90, by Jeffrey Hicks from Robert Creighton, doctor in divinity secured on land... and a lease, about Feb 1686, by said Jeffrey Hicks (comlt;s late g-father) from Bishop of Bath and Wells of closes of land in manor of Westbury [ par. Westbury-sub-Mendip], Soms. C79/72, no. [52]
1728 11 July 2 Walter Ridler; Samuel Ridler; and Abraham Ridler v. Thomas Ridler, esq, a lunatic, by Kinnard de la Bere, esq, his committee and guardian, & Anne his wife; and Kinnard de la Bere, esq [damaged document] re. will 30 Aug 1714 of Joane Ridley of Hatton Garden and her divers freehold messuages in Gloucs. and a personal estate in leasehold messuages, lands, tenements and mortgages, value £5,000; bequests, conditions. C78/1779, no. 12 [53]
1728 12 July 2 Sarah Piggott, widow v. Richard Turner; Thomas Turner; William Turner; and Mary Turner re. will 13 Apr 1719 of Richard (complt's father); divers messuages,farms, lands, parsonages and tithes in pars. of Keymer, Ditchling, West Hoathly, ?East Blachington and elsewhere in Sussex & several copyhold lands in said pars. some or one of them in the nature of Burough English & considerable personal estate of £400+... C78/1785, no. 13 [54]
1728 16 July 2 John Hobby, esq, an infant, by Sir Thomas Hoby, baronet, his father v. Charles Bave, & Elianor his wife; and others re. will 17 Jan 1723 of Henry Compton of par. Kingwood, [now in Portsmouth Hants.]; very considerable personal estate £2,000+ & very considerable real estate £1,000 p.a. ; bequests and debts. C78/1779, no. 4 [55]
1728 16 July 2 Thomas Boothby, esq v. Sir William Boothby, baronet; Gore Boothby, esq; Mathew Vernon; Anthony Webster; Susannah Broughton; Elizabeth Broughton; Edmund Parker; and Robert Bill re. descent of divers manors, lands and hereditaments of Sir Henry Boothby [2nd Baronet, 1682–1710] in Ashbourne and Bradloe Ash [Broadlow Ash ] and in Mapleton, Thorpe and Tissington and in Coldeaton and Alsop en le Dale and Offcoat [Offcote], Underwood, Stinston [?Stenson Fields], ?Benley, Ballington [?Ballindon], Thorne [?Thorpe] and elsehere in Derbs. C78/1709, no. 4 [56]
1728 16 July 2 Thomas Tildesley; Jeffery Tildesley, two of the sons then living of William Tildesley, gent, who was the eldest and only son of Richard Tildesley; John Careley, & Mary his wife; Andrew Creswell, & Anne his wife, which said Mary and Anne were the only daughters of the said William Tildesley v. John Tracey; Angelott Wright; Mary Gosse; Joseph Bellamy, & Elizabeth his wife; Martha Savage; John Wareing; Edward Platt; and John Bellamy re. will 13 Dec 1675 of Richard Tildesley; divers messuages, lands and tenements in Shropshire and elsewhere in England & personal estate of £10,000; bequests and conditions. C78/1700, no. 2 [57]
1728 23 July 2 Andrew Noel, esq v. The Honorable Susanna Hoel; Dorothy, countess dowager of Gainsborough; Baptist, earl of Gainsborough; Elizabeth Noel alias Elizabeth, viscount Irwin, widow; and John Noel re. indenture 1 Aug 21CharlesI [1645-6] granting an annuity, or rent charge, of £100 p.a., by Baptist, Viscount Campden [Baptist Noel, 3rd Viscount Campden of Exton Hall, 1611–1682] to his kinsman Sir Andrew Noel of Whitwell, Rutland and his heirs and assigns.. C78/1756, no. 8 [58]
1728 23 July 2 Nathaniel Weston, clerk, & Hannah his wife; William Weston; Michael Weston; Willes Weston; Hannah Weston; Margaret Weston; and Ann Weston, the six children of said Nathaniel Weston & Hannah his wife, infants by said Nathaniel Weston their father v. William Johnson; Joshua Blackwell; Henry Cantrell the elder; Christiana Willes; Henry Cantrell the younger; Lule Shropshire, & Ann his wife; John Cotton; and Francis Edwards re. will 17 May 1720, of William Willes of Exton, Rutland; his considerable real and personal estate C78/1708, no. 1 [59]
1728 27 July 2 George Scott, esq; Thomas Scott; Edward Scott; Jane Scott; and Mary Scott, all the younger children of said George Scott by Ann his late wife v. William Stanley, doctor in divinity; Nathaniel turner; and Francis Scott re. marriage agreement 13 Jan 1690, George Scott (complt., 1673-1728) and Anne, eldest dau. of Sir Francis Pemberton [1625-1697]; the manors or lordships, farms, messuages, lands, tenements and hereditaments, when complt. should attain 21 years. C78/1786, no. 14 [60]
1728 27 July 2 George Perry v. Weston Bayley re. ownership of close or pasture ground divided into 4 parts in Madeley, Staffs formerly belonging to John Hawkins [died without issue, 20 May 1726]; his nephew and rightful heir is the complt., but one William Hawkins claims land… C78/1707, no. 2 [61]
1728 1 Aug 2 Richard Carter, esq v. Edward Horne; Isabella Libbe; John Merrick, jr; James Francklyn; Richard Eyre; Thomas Child; Mary Lewingdon; and Elizabeth Franklyn re. twenty-year lease 6 Aug 1716 to Sir Thomas Tipping from Magdalen College, Oxford, of manor of Golder [in par. of Cuxham with Easington] and divers lands in Easington and Thornley [in par. Waterperry], Oxon. C78/1778, no. 4 [62]
1728 1 Aug 2 Thomas Blackall, an infant by Sir John D'Oley baronet v. Edward Horne; Richard Carter, esq, & Martha his wife; George Sawbridge Blackall; John Tovey; and Richard Blackall re. complts' late father, George Blackall, died 27 May 1709, intrusted the collection of rents and produce to defendt.Edward Horne from his estates in Middx., Essex, Kent, Staffs, Gloucs., Oxon and in City of London, and in New River Company, and in £100 p.a. in the Long Annuities to the value of £1,500... C78/1778, no. 3 [63]
1728 5 Aug 2 Cuthbert Constable alias Tonstall; and John Bacon, esqs, executors of the Lady Mary Radcliffe was the surviving executrix of Thomas Radcliffe, esq re. sale 24 Feb 1708, by Dr John Radcliffe [1653-1714] to Thomas Radcliffe, his dwelling house at [5] Bloomsbury Square, with conditions... C78/1824, no. 5 [64]
1728 6 Aug 2 Augustin Fisher; William Fisher; Henry Fisher; John Fisher; George Graham & Mary his wife late Mary Fisher; Joseph Freeman & Frances his wife late Frances Fisher; John Smith late husband and administrator of Katherine his late wife formerly Katherine Fisher; George Reynolds; William Reynolds & Elizabeth his wife late Elizabeth Reynolds sister of siad George Reynolds on behalf of themselves and other creditors and legatees of Robert Kerby gentleman who contribute to the suit v. John Waight; John Binsted; and Peter Newlyn; John Long; David Clarke & Elizabeth his wife; John Harfield & Mary his wife; Alicia Waight widow; Elizabeth Beane, widow; Sarah Binsted, widow; and Phillip Wood alias Woods re. will 23 Aug 1721, of Robert Kerby (having no wife, children or near relations); his property at Preshaw and Lomer [par. of Corhampton, Hants] (formerly property of Sir Hugh Stewkeley); bequests, to his cousins, John Waight, John Binsted, and Peter Newlyn, in trust, to dispose of it for the payment of his debts and various legacies to his brother-in-law Augustin Fisher, his nephews Henry and John Fisher, and his nieces Mary the wife of George Graham, Frances the wife of Joseph Freeman, and Katherine the wife of John Smith… C78/1936, no. 2 [65]
1728 6 Aug 2 Samuel Stephens the younger, administrator of Jane Waddon widow intestate during the minority of William Waddon son and only child of said intestate and the said William Waddon an infant by said Samuel Stephens v. Rebeccah Traverse widow administratrix of George Traverse; Elizabeth Traverse; Simon Taylour & Jane his wife; Sarah Traverse; Mary Traverse; Rebeccah Traverse; and George Stephens administrator de bonis non of Christopher Traverse re. will 17 Feb 1686, of Christopher Traverse; his divers messuages and lands in Dorset and a plentiful personal estate, bequests C78/1908, no. 6 [66]
1728 6 Aug 2 Joseph Bakewell of Nottingham, apothecary v. Charles Bawdes re. loan £500 8 Apr 1704, by Charles Bawdes from Joseph Bakewell secured on property in Somerby [near Grantham], Lincs; defendant's debts. C78/1426, no. 3 [67]
1728 6 Aug 2 Mary Taylor, widow and daughter of Whitlock Bulstrode v. Richard Bulstrode, esq, second son and sole executor of said Whitlock Bulstrode re. will 16 June 1723, of Whitlock Bulstrode [Whitelocke Bulstrode, 1650–1724]; bequests and conditions... C78/1809, no. 6 [68]
1728 6 Aug 2 William Collins, clerk, & Mary his wife v. William Ponsford, & Mary his wife; Robert Walker; John Walker; and John Knight re. will 16 Aug 1715, of Elizabeth Duke, widow; her capital messuage & divers lands value £400 at Mount Radford in Heavitree, Devon and personal estate £2,000; bequests and annuity. C78/1762, no. 12 [69]
1728 6 Aug 2 Susanna Kent; Charlott Kent; and Dulcibella Kent, infants by Deborah Rooke v. William Constantine; and ___ Kent, esq; Edward Searle, merchant; and William Brooking, esq re. ordered and decreed that the defendants Constantine and Kent, executors of the will of the compts'. late father Charles Kent [d.1716], should assign and convey the real and personal estate of the compts'. said late father in Jamaica and his estate and effects in trade and co-partnership to the defendant... C78/1749, no. 2 [70]
1728 6 Aug 2 Richard Gilham v. George Paldrett, an infant, by Joan Paldrett his mother; said Joan Paldrett; and George Farley re. it was ordered and decreed that the copy of the deed the date of 26 Feb 1707 which defendant Joan Paldrett had in her custody should be brought before Master Rogers of this Court to remain in his hands till the further order of this court... C78/1709, no. 9 [71]
1728 7 Aug 2 Sarah Candish, widow, the cousin and heir of Joannah Jones of Sandwich, Kent v. Daniel Burnap, & Mary his wife; Richard Jones; and Solomon Jones re. will 3 Oct 1675 of William Jones [d.1676] of Word alias Worth; descent to his wife of moiety of his lands at Word alias Worth, near Sandwich [Kent], conditions... C78/1739, no. 2 [72]
1728 1 Oct 2 Francis Dickins esq v. Robert Clarke esq and Samuel Buckley esq re. ordered and decreed that it should be referred to Master Elde of this court to take an account and see what was due to the complainant for principal and interest, and to tax the complainant his costs, ... and the complainant was to account for what he had received out of the rents and profits of the premises in question... C78/1908, no. 4 [73]
1728 25 Oct Richard Sorrell gentleman, brother and heir of John Sorrell late of Hyde Hall in Great Waltham, Essex, gentleman v. Francis Ligoe of West Turville, [Weston Turville] Bucks, esq; Francis Ligoe jr gentleman (son of said Francis Ligoe of Weston Turville by Anne his wife); Chrispanus Thorp; James Hughes; George Carpenter; David Elers & Mary his wife; Richard Elford; and the Dean and Chapter of the Collegiate Church of St Peter, Westminster re. demise 13 July 1670 by Dean and Chapter of St Peter at Westminster [Westminster Abbey] to Sir Samuel Garrard [1650-1724], all that their water milne (sic) in the town of Wethampstead [Wheathampstead], Herts., during the natural life of Garrard; conditions... C78/1908, no. 7 [74]
1728 26 Oct 2 Robert Sandford v. Thomas Burdus, esq; and William Midford, gent re. lease 18 Feb 1712, to complt. by John Olley (deceased) of the Fleet Channel [River Fleet] with the wharfs, keys, rates, duties etc; purchase of moiety of certain premises by defendants. C78/1709, no. 5 [75]
1728 28 Oct 2 Robert Scott v. Sir George Beaumount baronet; William Bromley esq; Thomas Slaughter alias Bacon esq; and Anthony Keck and Battisson (sic) gentlemen re. tenancy 29 Aug 1715 by complt, of Stone Bridge Farm, messuage, outhouses, arable meadows and pasture owned by Dr John Radcliffe in par. Woolverton [Wolverton], Bucks; farm bequeathed by Dr Radcliife to Sir George Beaumont et al for certain purposes... C79/9, no. [76]
1728 29 Oct 2 Sir Thomas Irons, & Mary his wife; and Edard Woder v. Richard Hutchinson; Dorothy Hutchinson; Robert Kidwell; and James Coles re. will 2 Mar 1690, of John Hunt, cheesemonger and bequest to Dorothy Newcomb of six messuages or tenements with the ground and soil & two tofts with several outhouses, gardens, yards & backsides in King Street, Clinkard's Court and Channel Row in par. St Margaret's, Westminster. C78/1790, no. 7 [77]
1728 6 Nov 2 Charlotte, Countess Dowager of Warwick and Holland, widow of Edward, late Earl of Warwick & Holland decd; Benjamin Tomlinson; Richard Leeds; William Beaumont executor of John Tomes, butcher; Windsor Sandyes; John Caldecott; Thomas Dark; James Marshall, creditors of the said late Earl of Warwick & Holland v. Edward Edwards, an infant son and heir of Francis Edwards; and Lady Elizabeth Rich who was sister, heir & administratrix of the said Earl Edward, and also aunt & heir of Edward Henry, Earl of Warwick & Holland; George, Earl of Cholmondley; John Edwards, brother & administrator of the said Francis Edwards; and John Dickenson administrator of the said Earl Edward re. marriage agreement 4/5 Jan 1696, Edward, late Earl of Warwick & Holland [1673-1701] and complt. Charlotte [Myddelton, [1680-1731], Countess Dowager of Warwick; jointure of the complt. the Countess & debts of the late Earl C78/1426, no. 2 [78]
1728 7 Nov 2 Thomas Strickland, esq v. George Mercer, administrator of Thomas Mercer re. debt £600, owed by complt. Thomas Strickland to Thomas Mercer (now deceased), and a bond 1 May 1718 of £1,200; repayments disputed... C78/1800, no. 15 [79]
1728 12 Nov 2 Lydia Squire widow of Henry Squire; and John Squire an infant son of Henry and Lydia by the said Lydia v. John Squire; John Gotheridge; and Samuel Marsom re. marriage agreement 18 July 1722, Lydia and late Henry Squire; property, belonging to John Squire (father of law of complt Lydia and g-father of the complt. John) in Astwick, Beds and Herts. C78/2049, no. 5 [80]
1728 12 Nov 2 Frances Lucy of Charlcote, Warw, widow relict and executrix of William Lucy doctor of divinity and administratrix of George Lucy esq of property unadministered by said William Lucy v. Allen, lord Bathurst; the Honorable Robert Moore esq; Gilbert Clerke; and Foulke Lucy re. will 17 July 1705, of George Bohun [of Coundon, 1642-1705] of Newhouse, Coventry, Warks; properties in Spittle Fields [Spitalfields], Middx. & considerable personal estate, no mayle issue. C78/1931, no. 3 [81]
1728 13 Nov 2 John Pollen esq and Joseph Neyes v. Ellis St John esq; John Gatehouse gentleman; Edward Russell; Samuel Strangleford; and John Brunsill re. dispute concerning ancient weare [weir] and trench used for watering of meadows in Marsh Court farm in par. King's Somborne [Hants] of which John Pollen was lord of manor. and Noyes or Neyes was tenant. C79/152, no. [82]
1728 13 Nov 2 John Pollen esq; and Joseph Noyes v. Ellis Saint John, esq; John Gatehouse, gent; Edward Russell; Samuel Scraggleford; and John Grunsill [Apparently identical to above] C78/1728, no. 9 [83]
1728 14 Nov 2 Thomas Mannwaring, esq v. Jane Barlow; and others re. conveyance 19 Oct then last, of real estate, part freehold, part copyhold in Waddington, Lincs. by defendant Jane Barlow to Thomas Mannwaring (then sick and infirm); misrepresentation of title, and amount of rents that could be got from estate. C78/1799, no. 4 [84]
1728 14 Nov 2 Stephen Kenward v. John Atkin, sr; John Atkin, jr re. loan £400 7 May 1723 by John Atkin the elder of Brightling & John Atkin the younger, from Stephen Kenward, secured on lands, tenements and meadows, 200 acres more or less in par, Brightling, Sussex. C78/1738, no. 1 [85]
1728 18 Nov 2 Christopher Crackenthorpe v Deborah Crackenthorpe spinster; Adam Askew and Anne his wife; Thomas Pattenson and Deborah his wife; and Christopher Rawlinson re. will 28 Dec 1700, of Richard Crackenthorpe of Newbbiggin, Westmoreland [Newbiggin, Westmorland]; his estate in the counties of Cumberland and Westmorland. C78/1401, no. 2 [86]
1728 18 Nov 2 Henry Pengelly, clerke, one of the sons of John Pengelly decd by Winifred his second wife and one of the brothers of the half blood to Francis Pengelly decd, which said Francis was the only child of the said John Pengelly by Alice his first wife; Edmund Moore and Frances his wife (late Francis Jope and daughter of Thomas Jope and Alice his wife, late Alice Pengelly another of the daughters of John Pengelly and Winifred his second wife, both decd; Robert Tucker and Temperance his wife; and Elizabeth Lissen, widow (which said Henry Pengelly, Edmund Moore and Frances his wife, Temperance Tucker and Elizabeth Lissen were devisees and legatees of the said Francis Pengelly, and the said Henry Pengelly was also executor of Jacob Pengelly decd another of the sons of the said John Pengelly by his second wife and also another of the legatees and devisees of the said Francis Pengelly for and on behalf of themselves and all other the devisees and legatees of the said Francis Pengelly v. Jacob Toul and Elizabeth his wife; Mary Pengelly, widow (now the wife of Thomas Bolithoe); Sir John Rogers; John Gennys; Francis Collins; Christopher Furneaux, clerk; Thomasin Row, widow; John Jope; Henry Martin and Frances his wife; and John Dunning re. will 16 Nov 1719, of Francis Pengelly; his property in parishes of Ernington [Ermington], Cornwood, Hartford, Hony Church [Honeychurch], Bundley [Bondleigh], Peter Tavy [near Tavistock], Whitchurch, Buckland Monachorum and elsewhere in Devon, and also St Anthony, Cornwall; many bequests and his charity [Pengelly's Gifts]. C78/1458, no. 1 [87]
1728 19 Nov 2 Walter Lutwidge merchant v. Anne Langton widow; Isaac Langton; and Thomas Lutwidge re. partnership to build a new ship of 150 tons and employ it for trade in the partnership; terms of partnership agreement... C78/2046, no. 2 [88]
1728 21 Nov 2 Elias la Fargue clerk and John Briggs v Edward Curtis; Richard Whitehall; Henry Tyers; John Castledine; Alice Stiles widow; John Sutton; Roger Cross; Thomas Wheatley; Thomas Hudson; William Roberts; William Hankin; and John Mowbray re. induction 1723, of Revd. La Fargue [Lafargue] as rector of Greatford, and the tithes due from the hamlet of Wilsthorpe [in Greatford par.], Lincs to the rectory of Gretford cum Membris [Greatford], Lincs, and to the rectory of Braceborough, Lincs. C78/1400, no. 4 [89]
1728 21 Nov 2 William Ashby, esq, of Thorpe Satchville [in Twyford and Thorpe par.], Leics v. John Cotton; Thomas Thomas; and Gideon Legtize re. loan £1,200 13 Nov 1719 by Richard Brocklesby from complt. William Ashby, secured on capital messuage in Melton Mowbray, with a messuage or tenement adjoining to the west end, and also that messuage adjoining to east end, closes of land called Priors Close (20 acres) and Farr Ten acres... C78/1781, no. 10 [90]
1728 22 Nov 12 John Conrade de Ron v. Gerard VanNeck; Sir Justus Beck, baronet [Sir Justus Denis Beck, 3rd Baronet, d. 1764]; Peter Joseph Migliornch; and Claude Famnican [vide 1727,C78/1724,no.3] re. purchase of stocks and debts £1,061 19s 4d, at 13 May 1720, of sir Justus Beck [1st Baronet, d.1722] to John Conrad de Ron (merchant in Frankfort, Germany). C78/1761, no. 11 [91]
1728 25 Nov 2 Elizabeth Denis, an infant v. Rebecca Denis, widow and executrix of Abraham Denis; John Denis; and Joseph Denis, infants William Denis; Thomas Denis; Roger Wollacombe, & Katherine his wife re. conveyance 7/8 Dec 5William & Mary {1693-4] capital messuage and demesne lands called Northleigh [?Norleigh] etc. in par. Inwardleigh [near Okehampton], Devon, by John Northleigh to Abraham Denis (complt's late father) in consideration of Abraham Denis having paid £2,000 of debts of John Northleigh... [Cecilia, d. 1692, was first wife of Abraham Denis and dau. of John Northleigh]. C78/1763, no. 12 [92]
1728 29 Nov 2 John Slaney of London, baker; John Boyce, & Elizabeth his wife; Lydia Troward, widow, relict of Luke Troward; Stephen Beesley, & Sarah his wife; and Thomas Maynard, & Hannah his wife (which said John Slaney is the son and the said Elizabeth, Lydia, Sarah, and Hannah are four of the daughters of John Slaney, gent, & Elizabeth his wife v. James Crump and others re. will 4 Dec 1699 of John Slaney; his very great personal estate, messuages and lands, considerable sum of ready money, plate, rings, jewels, household stuff, great stock of cattle, corn in ground and other goods to value of £5,000; bequests and conditions... C78/1829, no. 8 [93]
1728 4 Dec 2 Henry Stone gentleman v. Thomas Jervoise esq; John Harwood; John Butler; and Catherine Butler re. sale in 1719 or 1720 by complt. Henry Stone of a messuage and about 80 acres of land, part freehold & part copyhold, called Gates and Ganleys in par. Alton [Hants] to John Butler of Amery [farm] in par. Alton; treaty touching the sale and purchase of the messuage... C78/2049, no. 6 [94]
1728 4 Dec 2 Mary Hassard, widow; and Henry Dolphin, executors of John Hassard; and James Goode; and Anne Farmer, widow, executors of John Farmer v. Frances Dickinson, widow and administratrix of John Dickinson, clerk; Charles Dickinson, an infant, son and heir of said John Dickinson; Mary Palmer, widow; and Edward Palmer re. loans 29 Sept 1718 £100 and 1 April 1722 £100 by John Dickinson, deceased from John Hassard deceased; property viz. divers messuages and lands of Dickinson (d. June 1723) at Ashby de la Zouch and elsewhere in Leics. C78/1697, no. 8 [95]
1728 6 Dec 3 Sarah Woodhouse, the widow and executrix of William Woodhouse of Droitwich, Worcs, gent v. Gilbert Penrice; Gilbert Wheeler; Edward Underhill; and Henry Roberts re. loan 19 July 1710 £100, by Robert Steyner of Droitwich, from Woodhouse, Penrice and Wheeler secured on messuage or tenement situate in par. St Peter, Droitwich [Worcs]... C78/1543, no. 3 [96]
1728 10 Dec 2 John Chickhall of Cavendish, Suff, yeoman v. Richard Gipps, esq re. loan [ £? ] 12 May 1685, by Margarett Brooks of Shimpling, Suff. deceased, from George Jobson of Glemsford, Suff. deceased, secured on divers messuages and lands of considerable yearly value... C79/162, no. [97]
1728 10 Dec 2 Gregory Syndercombe, & Katherine his wife, both since deceased, which said Katherine was one of the children of Katherine Boucher by James Boucher her husband, also deceased v. James Boucher the other child of said Katherine and James Boucher and also executor of said James Boucher AND v. Robert Antram his father administrator of Robert Antram re. order of this Court 14 Nov 23CharlesII [1671-2] ordering payment of £160 +interest by Robert Antram to parents of complt. Katherine Boucher... C78/1817, no. 11 [98]
1728 10 Dec 2 Isaac Helbutt of London; Sir Cesar Child heretofore of London decd; and Charles Turner heretofore of [blank], Herts decd v. John Tysen; Joseph Hackshaw; Marmaduke Allington; and John Ward [incomplete document] re. loan £500 date [ ], by John Tysen of the Tower of London from Joseph Hackshaw secured on messuage or tenement in possession of [ ] Goldsmith in Philpot Lane{EC3], & a messuage or tenement in Rood Lane, {EC3] London. C78/1493, no. 1 [99]
1728 14 Dec 2 Anne Colemore, wife of Thomas Colemore of London, merchant, by Humphrey Morice of London, merchant; and also said Humphrey Morice v. Thomas Colemore AND v Charles Colemore re. marriage agreement 24 Feb 1717 between defndt. Thomas Colemore and complt. Anne; her fortune should be £12,000, conditions of agreement. C78/1689, no. 1 [100]
1728 18 Dec 2 Thomas Beaumont; Matthew Wentworth; Gervis Norton; James Swallow; Edward Allott; William Beatson; John Hirst; and Robert Rayner, principal inhabitants, owners of lands and tenements in the village of Cruglestone [Crigglestone] in Sandall Magna alias Great Sandall [Sandal Magna in Wakefield], Yorks for themselves and the rest of the principal inhabitants, owners of lands and tenements in said village and also John Wigton, clerk v. Charles Zouch, clerk; and William Vevers, clerk re. appointment of minister or curate to the ancient chapel of St James at Chapelthorpe [in par. Crigglestone, West Yorks.], which from time immemorial had been by owners of lands and tenements therein... C78/1689 no. 3 [101]
1728 19 Dec 2 Arthur Chichester, esq; Robert Chichester; Mary Chichester; and Ann Chichestger, for the young children of Sir Arthur Chichester, baronet v. Dame Elizabeth Chichester; Sir John Chichester, baronet; Henry Incleton, & Susannah his wife; William Northmore, esq; Charles Harward, clerk; Elizabeth Bury, widow; Thomas Bury; and William Webber re. conveyance £2,700 16/17 Oct 1702, by John Lee of Barnstaple to Sir Arthur Chichester, capital messuage and barton farm and demesne lands called Ash or Ash Royns or Else Royns in par. Braunton, Devon... C78/1767, no. 10 [102]
1728 19 Dec 2 John Raworth; and Charles Gostlin, esq, the two acting executors of Dame Mary Colt v. William Stane, jr, esq, & Elizabeth his wife; Sophia; Sophia Dummer, widow; Mary Dummer; John Dummer; and Elizabeth Dummer, infants by Thomas Dummer their guardian; the said Thomas Dummer; Pant' Burrard; William Stane, sr; esqs re. marriage agreement 12 May 1715, Sophia dau. of late dame Mary Colt with Edward Dummer, payments by late dame Mary Colt of £2,000 and a further sum of £1,000 at her death. C78/1749, no. 1 [103]
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