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1737 C78/, no. []
1737 13 Jan 10 Richard Johnson citizen and grocer of London & Sarah his wife v. William Ives & Ann his wife re. orders and decrees 28 July last, referred to Mr Thomas Bennett, Master of this Court. C78/2048, no. [2]
1737 17 Jan 10 Henry Fleetwood, esq v. Walter Chetwynd; William Henry Chetwynd; Barbara Chetwynd, infants; William Chetwynd; John Wightwick; Banister Parker; William Clayton; Thomas Beckford, esq; and Edward Land re. marriage agreement 11/12 July 1714, Henry Fleetwood and Sarah Sudell; manor of Farrington, manor of Houghwick [Howick Cross], fourth part of manor of Longton, Penwortham Hall with lands, piscary of waters of Ribble, rectory of North Meales, messuage called Magdalen [or Maudlands] in Preston, etc. [Lancs]. C78/1766, no. 12 [3]
1737 24 Jan 11 Christian Cole, esq; and William Wilkinson, esq, assignees of John Thomson, merchant, a bankrupt v. Thomas Mackrill; Giles Biggott; Claude Johnson; John Thomson; and Thomas Barnes re. bankruptcy 18 Oct 1731 of John Thomson (warehouse keeper to the Charitable Corporation) and his debts to (& fraud) the 'Charitable Corporation for the relief of the industrious poor by assisting them with small sums upon pledges at legal interest'. C78/1797, no. 4 [4]
1737 26 Jan 10 John Skinn v. James Probart; and Thomas Bowles re. loan £300 31 May 1734 by Probert from John Skinn, secured on Probert's house in Old Street and utensils in trade, in order to gain from the extraction of oil and rosin from turpentine. C78/1786, no. 12 [5]
1737 27 Jan 10 George, earl of Warrington v. John Robinson; John Watkins; Edmond Taylor; Joseph Percivall; Stanley Orrett; and Theophilus Bent Re. Lords of Manor of Warrington, Lancs right to toll or duty on all corn, grain and flower (sic) brought to Warrington Market by land, or landed at a key (sic). C78/1766, no. 11 [6]
1737 1 Feb 10 Edward Lee of Bigglestone [?Biggleswade], Beds, gent; Richard Nodes; John Nodes; Chrles Nodes; Richard Sankey, esq, & Anne his wife, formerly Anne Nodes, spinster; Teresa Maria alias Terry Nodes; Roberta Nodes; and Richard Luke v. Richard Lee, George Nodes and Samuel Luke re. will 28 Mar 1713 of Robert Lee of Potton, Beds; farm and lands at Hoindon [Honeydon] in par. Eaton Socon, Beds [now Cambs]; complts. being all nephews and nieces of late Robert Lee. C78/1781, no. 4 [7]
1737 4 Feb 10 Robert Sess doctor in divinity v. John Coffen of Lambeth, Surrey shipwright re. loan 14 Feb 1721 £400, by John Coffen shipwright, from Robert Sess, secured on Wharves, messuage, sheds and buildings etc. at Narrow Wall near Stangate Stairs, Lambeth, Surrey. C78/2058, no. 2 [8]
1737 8 Feb 10 Gilbert Knowler of Herne, Kent esq v. Shiellin Aspley; Sir George Saunders knight; William Warrington; Robert Proof & Mary his wife; Susan Whitehall; and Mary Whitehall re. estate of Sir Thomas Coleby died intestate, without issue, Sept 1729; property in Kensington, Holloway and elsewhere in Middx. & and in Essex; claim of Gilbert Knowler to be heir, or at least co-heir. C78/2047, no. 5 [9]
1737 11 Feb 10 Robert Ker v. Richard Buckley esq; William Stanlake esq; George Barrett; Thomas Deveil esq; Gabriel Sleath; and John Mercer the younger esq re. will 18 July 1733 of George Stanlake (d.1735) of Leatherhead, Surrey; claims of the complt. following assurances of Stanlake, for his care and pains in attending him for two years, and also his late wife Sarah Ker having being heir of Stanlake... C78/2072, no. 10 [10]
1737 11 Feb 10 Rachael Pyesmith, widow; and Rachael Everch, widow, the mother of said Rachael Pyesmith v. John Bearpacker; Benjamin Farr; John Prowse; Henry Foot; Samuel Brinckworth; and Alice Thomas [damaged document] re. marriage settlement Thomas Pyesmith and Rachael; house and garden in Clifton, Gloucs [now in Bristol]; loan £100 C78/1815, no. 10 [11]
1737 11 Feb 10 Attorney General, at the relation of Francis Savage of Tetbury, Glouc, gent, for himself and for other inhabitants thereof and also for the inhabitants of Malmesbury and Cricklade, Wilts, and also for Shipton, Moyne, Sherston, Magna Westonbirt, Easton, Gray, Brokenborough, and Newnton, Wilts v. William Lodges, clerk; Walter Hodges, doctor in divinity; Thomas Estcourt; and Edmund Estcourt re. will 13 May 1723, of Elizabeth Hodges, spinster, owner of manors of Shipton Moyne and Shipton Duffield , Gloucs; yearly rent-charge payable out of her lands called Lorwinche, alias Lorrange, in the several parishes of Leonard, Stanley, Cam, Stinchcomb and Berkeley [Hodges's School]. C78/1780, no. 18 [12]
1737 17 Feb 10 James, duke of Hamilton and Brandon [5th Duke of Hamilton, 1703–1743] v.Elizabeth, duchess dowager of Hamilton and Brandon [née Elizabeth Gerard, his mother (c. 1682–1744] re. marriage agreement 15 July 1698, James, 4th Duke of Hamilton & Elizabeth Gerard; property and titles. C79/137, no. [13]
1737 19 Feb 10 Robert Hotherby of St James, Clerkenwell, & Frances his wife, who was the widow and sole executrix of John Charnock late of the Island of Jamaica, doctor of phisick and planter v. Guy Lloyd of the City of Westminster, esq re. management of plantations in Jamaica by Dr John Charnock at the request of Col. Richard Lloyd, salary, allowances and gratuities, health of 350 negroes... C78/1830, no. 8 [14]
1737 24 Feb 10 Jacob Mountaine the younger, & Elizabeth his wife v. James Rye Re. will of 21 Aug 1710 of Edward Rye, grandfather of Elizabeth, and estate at Cromer, Shipdham, Overstand, Sidestrand, Northrepps, Runton and Gresham, Norfolk C78/1827, no. 5 [15]
1737 25 Feb 10 Nicholas Linwood; Christabella Linwood; and Thomas Chettle executors of David Lance esq v. Peter Cartwright esq & Mary his wife; and Mary their daughter; Thomas Cartwright; Robert Dennett; John Dennet; Thomas Dennett; John Sharpe; Peter Delamott; and Robert Tothull re. loan £1,500, by Peter Cartwright from late David Lance; bond 29 Oct 1728 to repay £3,000 in default and also 28/29 Oct 1728, secured on messuage or tenement etc. in Low Leyton or Low Leighton, Essex [now borough of Waltham Forest]. C78/2065, no. 6 [16]
1737 3 March 10 Ann Stapleton spinster; Frances Stapleton spinster; Henry Pitchford & Ann his wife on behalf of themselves and other creditors of Richard Colvile esq v. Robert Colvile esq; Richard Colvile an infant his son by the said Robert Colvile his father and guardian; Colvile Lumpkin; John Edwards Esq; and Sarah Tankred spinster; and Mary Peirson spinsters executors of Frances Colvile late Frances Edwards deceased who was widow relict and executrix of Richard Colvile esq also deceased re.loan £400 17 Dec 1718, by Richard Colville of the Inner Temple from late [Revd.] John Slater of Chatteris [d.1726/7], secured on messuage and land in Caulfield and Longfield in par. Newton, Isle of Ely, Cambs. C78/2072, no. 8 [17]
1737 3 March 10 Samuel Dampier v. Thomas Ford re. loan £150 4 Mar 1712, by Elizabeth Ford and Phillip Ford of East Coker, Soms. from William Ruddock of West Coker, secured on dwelling house, outhouses, gardens with two closes of pasture in East Coker C78/2068, no. 10 [18]
1737 3 March 10 Patrick Seagrave, esq v. Elizabeth Seagrave; John Dann; James Cross, esq; and George Tooke re. marriage agreement 11/12 Jan 1708, Patrick Seagrave and Elizabeth Seagrave née Sharrock; rent charge £600 from Irish estate to defendant.; sum of £4,000 to discharge complt's mortgages... C78/1830, no. 3 [19]
1737 15 March 10 Judith Davenport, widow, late Judith Andrews, granddaughter of Sir Thomas Grantham, knight v. Johanna Andrews who afterwards intermarried with Philip Hubert, esq; and Charles Townsaid re. will 6 Sept 1704 of Sir Thomas Grantham; bequest to g-daughter, Judith Andrews of house (in Sunbury, Middx.) when she attains 21 years, or marrries. C78/1804, no. 1 [20]
1737 16 March 10 John Woolstone, gent; Ann Stafford, widow; William Rivers Comrie, practicer in physick; and Elizabeth Woolstone, four of the creditors of defendant Mary the wife of the defendant Thomas Comyns, esq, lately Mary Lear, spinster, but commonly called Dame Mary Tipping, she being late the widow and relict of Sir Thomas Tipping, baronet, her first husband and the only child of Sir John Lear, baronet; Hannah Foxwell, widow; William Tapley, mariner; Samuel Symons, druggist; William Stephens, grocer; and the said William Rivers Comrie, five of the creditors of said Sir John Lear for themselves and all other creditors of said Dame Mary Tipping; and Sir John Lear respectively; and James Wolstone, esq, one of the trustees as mentioned within

v. William Neyle, esq; John Comyns; Thomas Comyns, esq, & Mary his wife; Sir John Lear, baronet; Thomas Comyns the younger, an infant; and Joseph Taylor, esq

re. descent of lands and a private Act, 12 Geo 1 c.25. 'An act for vesting certain manors and lands in the counties of Oxon and Bucks, in dame Anne Tipping and her heirs, and certain manors and lands in the county of Devon, in dame Mary Tipping and her heirs, and for other purposes in the said act mentioned.' C78/1758, no. 3 [21]
1737 22 March 10 Sir James Mounson, knight, Attorney General, at the relation of John Godley, clerk, a nonconformist minister; and Richard Baker a protestant dissenter v. Gregory Hickman; Rose Jesson alias Jeston; Essex Strode; and Richard Hickman re. will 16 March 1692 of William Hickman of University of Leiden and of London; bequests; John Spilsbury the elder of Bromsgrove, Worcs. C78/1774, no. 14 [22]
1737 25 March 10 John Willes esq Attorney General at the relation of the Mayor, Commonalty, and Citizens of London Governors of the possessions etc., of the Hospital of Edward VI of Christs Bridewell and St Thomas the Apostle and of the Reverend John Newton doctor in divinity master of St Johns College, University of Cambridge, the Fellows and Scholars of the said College; Elizabeth Rolwright; Mary Randall widow; Elizabeth Cox widow; Ann Baker widow; Ann Hamon widow; and Jane Rond widow being poor women belonging to and then inhabiting the almshouses adjoining the estate late of Henry Raynes of East Greenwich, Kent, doctor of laws in Charlton, Kent v. Joseph Kirke esq; Richard Peter; James Richardson; Nathaniel Hills; William Shuttleworth; and Richard Shuttleworth re. will 21 Jan 1708 of Sir Richard Raynes (d.1710); £100 p.a. for poor children in Christ's Hospital, London & £30 p.a. for poor industrious scholars in St John's College, Cambridge. C78/2063, no. 6 [23]
1737 23 April 10 James Goodwin v. Francis Baynes re. complainant's indebtedness to the defendant, bond 30 May 1729 etc. C78/1815, no. 14 [24]
1737 3 May 11 Attorney General at the relation of Samuel Towers, clerk, minister of the parish of Rugby, Warw; Nathaniel Langley; George Millington; Thomas Errington; and Joseph Smith, churchwardens and overseers of the poor of the said parish; and others (sic) v. Mary Atkins, widow; John Smith; William Boughton; Richard Wright, & Elizabeth his wife, late Elizabeth Beale, spinster re. will 31 Aug 1640, Joan Vaughan; bequest to par. Rugby of twenty shillings p.a. from profits of her messuages, 10 shillings to Parson to preach yearly sermon on Whitmonday for ever, & 10 shillings to 15 poor men and 15 poor women (4d a piece)... C78/1805, no. 4 [25]
1737 5 May 10 John Oxley of the parish of St John Southwark, Surrey, surgeon v. Richard Lee the younger & Hannah his wife; Richard Lee the elder; Joseph Stevens; and Bryan Hinton re. loan £500 16 Oct 1734 by Richard Lee the younger from John Oxley, secured on land & uncompleted houses at 'Hickman's Folly' in par. St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Surrey. C78/1883, no. 3 [26]
1737 10 May 10 Josias Clerke, doctor in physick; Thomas Wren, clerk; and Thomas Theed, executor of Thomas Theed v. Robert Brabant, doctor in divinity; John Cole, clerk; Honora Egerton, daughter and heir at law of Sir William Egerton, knight of the Bath; and James Missen, esq, administrator with the will annexed of Sir William Egerton re. charity and will 12 Dec 1651, of Francis Combe a landowner of Hemel Hempstead, Herts, lectures by preachers in Berkhamstead and Abby church of St Albans for ever... C78/1827, no. 9 [27]
1737 11 May 10 Attorney General at the relation of The Masters and Fellows of University College in the University of Oxford v. James Stephens, doctor in physick; John Kidby, doctor in physick; The Honorable John Verner, esq; Sir Walter Wagstaff Bagott, baronet; Edward Smith; and Edward Harley, esqs

v. James Stephens

re. will 13 Sept 1714 of Dr John Radcliffe [1650-1714]; bequest of manor of Linton, Yorks and numerous other bequests; building works at Uni. of Oxford [Dr Radcliffe's Trust]. C78/1766, no. 13 [28]
1737 20 May 10 John Willes, esq, Attorney General, at the relation of Joseph Brookes and John Phelps, churchwardens of St Nicholas, Warwick and overseers of the poor and parishioners and inhabitants there and also of Thomas Archer; and henry Wise, esq, two of the principal inhabitants of Warwick for themselves and the rest of the inhabitants of Warwick v. The Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses of the borough of Warwick in their corporate capacity AND also v. William Newsham; Thomas Newsham; Francis Smith; John Bradshaw; Richard Croft; Nicholas Bodington; Richard Heath; Thomas Ward; Henry Mander; and John Stanton re. letters patent 15 May 1546 of king Henry VIII, inhabitants of Warwick were incorporated under the name of the 'Burgesses of the Town of Warwick' & grant to said Burgesses of the church of Blessed Virgin Mary in Warwick & church of Budbrooke, Warwick and of Chaddesley Chaddesley Corbett], Worcs & advowsons of St Mary and St Nicholas, Warwick etc.,etc. C78/1756, no. 13 [29]
1737 27 May 10 Benjamin Bagshaw esq v. Edward Downes, esq; and Edward Downes his son; William Spencer, esq; and Robert Charlesworth gent, surviving trustees of Benjamin Ashton esq; Christiana Spencer wife of the said William Spencer; John Spencer; Benjamin Spencer; and William Spencer, infants, children of said Willliam and Christiana Spencer re. will 7 Sept 1725, of (complts' uncle) Benjamin Ashton of Hathersage, Derbs., property, including messuages, lands, lead mines, soughs, in Derbyshire to trustees, Edward Downes of Shrigley (co. Chester). Edward Downes his son, William Spencer of Cannon Hall, Babtist Trott of Mappleton and Robert Charlesworth of Castleton: one moiety to nephew Thomas Bagshaw of Ridge, son of his late sister Alicia Maria, late wife of Charles Bagshaw; and other moiety to his sister Christiana Spencer, wife of William Spencer and her issue male in order, with remainder to her heirs and to the right heirs of testator... C78/1847, no. 1 [30]
1737 10 June 10 James Chaplyn v. Andrew Arnold, gent; and Richard Hadder, baker re. descent of large freehold estate of complt's grandmother Alice James; seven or more well tenanted messuages etc. in par.St George the Martyr, Southwark, Surrey & large personal estate, bonds, stocks and 'other valuable things'... C78/1758, no. 1 [31]
1737 16 June 11 Elles Hodges v. John Holloway clerk; Robert Friend doctor in divinity; Henry Holloway clerk; Elizabeth Croll; John Martin; Thomas Martin; and Daniel Vandepoll & Ann his wife re. loan 13 Oct 1717 £300, by complt. from Mrs ____ Groves of Woodstock, widow, secured on messuage, farm, lands and hereditaments in par. Stonesfield, Oxon ; admittance of Mrs Groves as tenant of messuage at Court of the Manor of Woodstock... C78/2072, no. 9 [32]
1737 20 June 11 William Hill, gent v. Mary Freeman, executrix of Aylworth Freeman deceased re. money, deeds, writings, bills bonds and other valuables lodged for safe keeping with Aylworth Freeman, attorney of Cheltenham C78/1754, no. 10 [33]
1737 21 June 11 Thomas Blackall, esq v. Richard Clements; William Clements; Hezekiah Walker; and Henry Clements, an infant re. will [no date] of William Butler, freehold estate at Eaton in par. Appleton, Berks. [now Oxon], to his wife Hannah in trust, portions to three daughters. C78/1805, no. 5 [34]
1737 23 June 11 George Cornwall gentleman v. Hannah By; John Day; Thomas Minett; and Jonathan Peirson re. loan 17 May 1735 £220, by Hannah By and/or John By from complt. secured on messuage, orchard, yard, barn, stables, shop, slaughterhouse etc. in Fore Street Ward, par. Edmonton, Middx. C78/2072, no. 7 [35]
1737 25 June 11 William Langford clerk and John Luxmore gentleman v. Charles Cholmondley esq; William Chapple knight serjeant at law; John Philips; Thomas Pitt esq grandson and heir of Thomas Pitt late of Salisbury esq deceased; Harriet Pitt widow; and John Earl of Grandison re. sale £1,500 11 Dec 1725 of manor, messuages, lands and hereditaments, in the par. St Teath, Cornwall except the barton of Kerkeen [Carkeen], by John Luxmore on behalf of William Langford, clerk to Thomas Pitt now deceased. C78/2078, no. 12 [36]
1737 25 June 11 William Barnes; and Margaret Barnes, grandchildren of William Ballard, infants of tender years by Nathaniel Barnes, clerk, their uncle v. Diana Ballard; and Charles Ballard re. will 2 May 1723, of William Ballard, and bequests to defendant, his wife, Diana Ballard; personal estate of £10,000 and upwards. C78/1774, no. 13 [37]
1737 25 June 11 Richard Smith v. Thomas Bambridge; Samuel Salt, & his wife; and Tudor Smith re. marriage agreement 15/16 Jan 1706 between (complts' late father and mother) Richard Smith & Elizabeth; £1,500 & manor of Poulders/Powlders & a capital messuge called Poulders/Powlders in Winsborough [Woodnesborough], Kent. C78/1766, no. 14 [38]
1737 27 June 11 George, earl of Warrington; and Roger Gaskell v. John Sutton re. ancient house called Malt Mill House (for grinding malt) in Cornmarket Street, Warrington; ownership by Earl of Warrington [1675-1758] and repair by occupiers and tenants since 'Memory of Man runneth not to the contrary'... C78/1766, no. 3 [39]
1737 2 July 11 Bishop Johnson, executor of Thomas Smith, esq v. Alexander Smith; Thomas Bowes, esq; and Nicholas Freeman, gent re. marriage agreement 26/27 Nov 1660, Sir Thomas Smith (father of complt.) of Stutton, Suffolk and Briget Bowes, dau of Sir Thomas Bowes; manor of Crow's Hall [Crowe Hall, Lower St., Stutton] etc. C78/1823, no. 8 [40]
1737 6 July 11 Sarah Sutcliffe widow v. John Mackey, gentleman and John Nicholl doctor in divinity re. tenancy of messuage in par. St. Martins-in-the Fields, Middx by complt. at rack rent from defendant; £50 bond 23 Mar 1730, debt by defendant unto complt. C78/2074, no. 13 [41]
1737 9 July 11 Sir John Williams, knight v. Elizabeth Williams, widow of Thomas Williams, esq and executrix of Philadelphia Williams her daughter; Dame Ann Abdy, widow; Elizabeth Williams, spinster; Mary Williams, spinster; Elizabeth Williams an infant by Alice Williams her guardian; and Philadelphia Williams, spinster an infant by Thomas Bramston esq her uncle and guardian re. will 23 March 1717, of Thomas Williams, of Tendring Hall or Stoke Hall, in Stoke Nayland [Suffolk]; bequests and descent of manors. C78/1829, no. 7 [42]
1737 11 July 11 Robert Graham esq and Frances, countess of Londonderry his wife late widow and relict of Thomas, earl of Londonderry, Ireland v. Ridgeway Pitt esq, earl of Londonderry, Ireland; Robert Stringer; George Stringer; John Spranger gentleman; and Charles Cholmondeley esq re. marriage agreement/articles of agistment, Frances, countess of Londonderry [ca.1692-1772] and Thomas Pitt [later Earl of Londonderry and Viscount Gallen-Ridgeway, d.1729]; manor of Bolton in co. York & other property. C78/1866, no. 4 [43]
1737 12 July 11 John Smith, gent, & Joan his wife v. William Baker, gent re. sale £118 5s 21 Oct 1713, of a moiety of a dwelling house, garden, orchard etc. in Bower Henton, Soms. by William Strode, lord of the manor of Martock, Somerset, to Gabriel Baker. C78/1825, no. 3 [44]
1737 12 July 11 Sarah Nepnen the younger and Rachel Nepnen v. William Nepnen re. debts following complts. boarding and lodging with their brother William for about 3 months in 1735. C78/1776, no. 2 [45]
1737 14 July 11 Thomas Phillibroron; Nathaniel Phillips; William Clifton; Benjamin Porter & Mary his wife; Ignatius Bowles & Mary his wife one of the daughters of the said Benjamin Porter; and Benjamin Porter and Elizabeth Porter infants by the said Benjamin Porter their father v. Jonathan Nunn & Mary his wife re. £100 loan from Samuel Clifton, deceased, by defendants; custom in Gt. Yarmouth, Norf. concerning conveyances by indenture of freehold estates within town... C79/183, no. [46]
1737 27 July 11 Mark Gregory v. Thomas Caney; Thomas Ward; Thomas Thram; Israel Jalabert; and William Hammond re. proposal by complt. to satisfy debts to his creditors following losses and misfortunes in the whalebone trade; indenture of assignment 7 Nov 1734. C78/1760, no. 11 [47]
1737 20 July 11 Nancy Smith of Bristol widow and relict of James Smith late of Bristol mariner only daughter of Mary Rice formerly Mary Pearson who was late the wife of Lewis Rice sometime since of Bristol afterwards of London gentleman her second husband deceased and thentofore the widow and relict of Henry Pearson formerly of Bristol practioner in physick deceased and administratrix of said Mary Rice v. James Donning esq re. daughters and co-heirs of Robert Hull of Bristol who died intestate; his messuages, lands, tenements etc. in par. Saint Stephen, Saint Thomas the Apostle, Temple otherwise Holy Cross, St Mary, Redcliffe and elsewhere within city of Bristol and suburbs thereof. C78/2065, no. 1 [48]
1737 22 July 11 Henrietta Herbert, commonly called Lady Henrietta Herbert widow of Lord Edward Herbert; and Barbara Herbert the only child of the said Lord Edward Herbert by the Lady Henrietta, both infants by Robert James lord Petre, baron of Writtle

v. William, marquis of Powis; William, lord Montgomery; Edward, duke of Norfolk, hereditary earl marshall of England; Henry, earl of Pembroke and Montgomery; Richard, earl of Scarborough; James, earl Waldegrave; Henry, lord Arundell, & Ann, lady Arundell his wife; Sir John Webb, baronet; and John Webb, esq; John Moore; and Edward Marton, gents.

re. indenture 15 June 1734, that defendants would covenant at next General Sessions of Montgomeryshire levy a fine sur concesserunt to Messrs Moore and Marton of the manor of Powis etc... C78/1834, no. 2 [49]
1737 23 July 11 Lydia Penne v. Francis Heylin Peacock; John Bishop; John Knight; Jane Peacock, wife of said Francis Heylin Peacock; and Henry Wood [vide 1734, C78/1815, no.2 ] re. orders and decrees concerning deed 18 Sept 1730, and what was due concerning principal and interest & all the deeds and writings that defendant had in her custody.. C78/1815, no. 3 [50]
1737 25 July 11 John Curwen, esq, sole executor of William Curwen late citizen and apothecary of London; and William Hollingworth esq, & Anne his wife, late Anne Curwen (the said Anne and John Curwen being the only children of the said William Curwen v. Anne Blackstone, widow and administratrix of William Blackstone late citizen and apothecary of London her late husband; and others re. entitlement of complts. the said John and Anne (by Custom of City of London) to half part of personal estate of William Curwen at his death; articles of agreement [no date] to confirm the Custom. C78/1818, no. 8 [51]
1737 27 July 11 John Parker, & Joan his wife, daughter of John Hurt; Mary, Sarah, and Hannah Hurt, spinsters, three other daughters and Joan Hurt widow of said John Hurt v. John Bobbett the father and John Bobbett the son; and John Proctor re. will 6 June 1705, of John Hurt; considerable real and personal estate, bequests. C78/1824, no. 9 [52]
1737 2 Aug 11 William Hutchinson esq and Willliam Milburne an infant by said William Hutcinson v. Henry Young; Sir William Richardson & Dame Eleanor his wife; Dame Elizabeth Strickland; Margaret Palmes; Reed Hodgson; Robert Sanderson; and Thomas Wilkinson re. loan £1,200 1/2 April 1725, by Henry Young of Toft Hill, Durham from William Sanderson of Barnard Castle secured on messuages, lands, tenements etc. at Cockfield and Raby.... C78/2050, no. 4 [53]
1737 2 Aug 11 Amos Doidge; Walter Coade; John Bird; Samuel Brent; John Wallach; Arthur Crew; and Elizabeth Mayow, creditors and legatees of John Harris late of Manadon, Devon, esq

v. Jane Harris the widow and executrix of said John Harris; Elizabeth Harris; John Yoo, & Lucretia his wife; Joanna Harris; John Harris of Hayne, esq; Nicholas Docton; Thomas More; Thomas Hurrell; John Morshead; John Harris of Radford; Pollexfen Bastard; William Harris; Harry Trelawny; John Elford; Thomas Martin; Samuel Addis; Lucretia Haviland; Harry Elford; Gilbert Simkyn; William Strong; Edmund Cross; Shilston Calmady; and Phillip Lyne

[vide 1736, C78/1826, no. 2] re. orders and decrees concerning will and codicil of John Harris; that it should be established and referred to Master Holford to take an account of expenses, debts and legacies... C78/1826, no. 3 [54]
1737 3 Aug 11 Andrew Guy, gent v. Luke Cockerell the elder; Luke Cockerell the younger; John Cockerell; John Rider; Sarah Rider; Luke Singleton; Henry Selleck the younger; and ALexander Popham re. sale of parts of estate in the manor of Huntspill, Somerset, by members of Cockerell family, without them being lawfully seized of same. C78/1797, no. 3 [55]
1737 20 Oct 11 Catherine Tancred spinster; Thomas Lambert esq & Dorothy his wife; Ann Trancred spinster; William Dobson & Elizabeth his wife; and Ursula Tancred spinster, which said Catherine, Dorothy, Ann, Elizabeth, and Ursula were the surviving daughters of Christopher Tancred esq

v. Christopher Tancred esq; King Gould esq & Elizabeth his wife; Charles Gould; and Paston Gould children of the said King Gould & Elizabeth his wife; and Sir George Armitage baronet

re. will 20 Aug 1705, of Christopher Tancred; manor & advowson of Whixley , and lands at ?Gelhop, Gate Hill & Green Hammerton [near Harrogate], Yorks; bequests. C78/2063, no. 8 [56]
1737 20 Oct 11 Jeremiah Lewin; and George Smith v. Moses West; John Nicholls, since deceased; John Hoff; Richard Woolley; William Newland; Sir Edward Hill; and Jane Woolley, wife of said Richard Woolley re. loan £450 11 May 1732, by Moses West from Jeremiah Lewin, secured on leasehold messuage, coach house and stable in Rathbone Place [W1T 1JB] in par. St Mary le Bow, Middx. C78/1766, no. 2 [57]
1737 25 Oct 11 John Willis, esq, son of Doctor Richard Willis,late bishop of Winchester and also administrator with the will annexed of his said late father v. Frances Gale, widow and Henry Gale, esq re. accounting for monies accruing from rights of Richard Willis [1664-1734], as late Bishop of Winchester to manors, messuages,lands, rents, profits etc. of Bishopric; bailliwick of Taunton, Somerset. C78/1758, no. 2 [58]
1737 27 Oct 11 Edward Chapman, esq v. Henry Peyton, gent, & Amy his wife re. loan £500 6/7 April 1736, by Henry Peyton from complainant Edward Chapman, secured on several messuages in or near Newington Butts [now in Southwark], Surrey. C78/1769, no. 11 [59]
1737 20 Oct 11 Elizabeth Jenkins (late deleted as complainant) the widow and relict of George Jenkins of Enfield, Middx, esq; Edward Simon; Robert Hearle, executors of George Jenkins v. Rupert Brown, & Sybill his wife; and John Norman and (later added:) Elizabeth Jenkins (before a complainant) and Thomas Bayly her husband; and Elizabeth Smith re. loan £500 10 Feb 1730 by Rupert Brown from Jasper Wakefield, secured on messuage called 'Greenford' in par. Greenford, Middx. C78/1759, no. 3 [60]
1737 4 Nov 11 John Vinall v. Thomas Rice re. demise 8 July 1726, of messuage and farms called Allfreys and Agland in par. Cowfold, Sussex; yearly rents. C78/1891, no. 8 [61]
1737 7 Nov 11 Valentine Hughes esq v. George Herbert, clerk re. articles of agreement 22 July 1734, George Herbert to pay £2,000, within month of decease of John Herbert, to complainant; messuages, lands and tenements in par. Kerry, Montgomeryshire... C78/1981, no. 4 [62]
1737 7 Nov 11 William Dawson v. William, duke of Cleveland and Southampton; Phillip Southcote, esq; Ann, duchess of Cleveland his wife; The Honorable Henry Vane, esq, & Lady Grace his wife; John Paddey, gent, & the Lady Anne his wife; and Thomas Pulteney, esq re. Letters Patent of 22 Oct 1674 whereby King Charles II grants a pension of £3,000 each per annum to his three sons by the Duchess of Cleveland, payable from excise duties arising within the city of London, Middx. and elsewhere.... C78/1766, no. 1 [63]
1737 5 Dec 11 Nathaniel Clarke, mariner v. Thomas Crispe, esq, & Mary his wife; Daniel Gwill the father; and Daniel Gwill his son; and Charles Eyre re. will 8 Sept 1728 of Edward Owen; manors, messuages, lands, tenements and hereditaments in Elden or Elveden, Creeting St Peter, Teklingham St. James & Teklingham All Saints, Suffolk, and in Bucks. C78/1797, no. 6 [64]
1737 5 Dec 11 Sir Philip Yorke, knight, Attorney General, at the relation of William Byard, & Anne his wife; James Bottenham, & Mary his wife; and John Clarke, & Catherine his wife v. Charles Jamais; and Theodore William Inge esqs; and Edward Lilly re. will 22 Aug 1713 of Thomas Monck; messuages and lands in Allestry or Austrey, Warks. and Blaby & Countesthorpe, Leics; bequests to nephew Woolaston Willington and cousin Capt. Thomas Monck & conditions... C78/1775, no. 12 [65]
1737 8 Dec 11 William Sudall v. Francis Winnington; James Pratt; John Hutchinson; and Thomas Harding re. loans 17/18 April 1724 by Edward Winnington now deceased of £220 and £30 from Sudall, secured on land and property in Aisgarth [Aysgarth], Yorks. C78/1805, no. 6 [66]
1737 8 Dec 11 Richard Williams, clerk v. Sir Jasper Cullum, baronet re. Instrument of presentation 2 Feb 1727 of Richard Williams to living of Hawstead, Suffolk. [confusion over a bond of resignation, and would not quit.] C78/1790, no. 5 [67]
1737 19 Dec 11 Sarah Clare, widow v. Richard Norbury, & Elizabeth his wife re. loan £500 20/21 Oct 1714, by Richard Norbury & Elizabeth his wife from Robert Vernon, secured on a messuage, barns, stables, outhouses & arable and pasture lands both enclosed and dispersed, & buildings and property in par. North Piddle, Worcs. C78/1775, no. 15 [68]
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