C78 1750

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Cal_Year Cal_Date Regnal_Year Parties Subject Matter Roll/Case_No.
1750 C78/, no. []
1750 12 Jan 23 Ann Douglas spinster; William Browell yeoman; Matthew Pattison, yeoman; Robert Fenwick yeoman; Cuthbert Yeilder yeoman; Richard Topling yeoman; Cuthbert Yeilder the younger yeoman; John Wardell yeoman; Christopher Topling yeoman; and Mary Robinson widow v. John Fenwick esq; Francis Selby; and Ralph Green re. Ann Douglas's land in East Matfen in par. Stamfordham, and Halton Shields and Clarewood in par. Corbridge, Northumberland and right of common for cattle 'levant and couchant' on adjoining Shildon Moor. C78/1870, no. 2 [2]
1750 18 Jan 23 John Williams then of Katherington [Catherington], Hants, clerk v. David Lloyd and Roger Finch re. indenture 14/15 Jan 1730 concerning property of Grace Lloyd in Cardigan; marriage of said Grace Lloyd to Bennet Dyer. C78/1851, no. 4 [3]
1750 1 Feb 23 Sarah Fleming widow administratrix of Joseph Fleming v. John Grosvenor; Ricahrd Fleming; Edward Fleming; Edward Hanley & Catharine his wife re. loan 10 Aug 1732, £613 by John Grosvenor of Downton, Radnorshire from [?} Prince Lewis of Salop, secured on manor of Burvar [?Borva, Old Radnor]. C78/1864, no. 1 [4]
1750 1 Feb 23 Elizabeth Ogle widow executrix of Isabella Newton widow v. Robert Harrison re. sale 1 Nov 1736, for £350 by Robert Harrison of Newcastle-on-Tyne to Matthew Currey of Bedlington, Durham, of messuage called 'Keyside', Newcastle-on-Tyne. C78/1849, no. 2 [5]
1750 14 Feb 23 Margaret Salkeld widow, relict, and also executrix and residuary legatee and devisee of Henry Salkeld late of Whitehall, Cumberland, esq; Thomas Webb esq executor of Frances Tankret widow; and John Boys taylor creditors of said Henry Salkeld on behalf of themselves and of the other creditors of said Henry Salkeld who contribute to the suit v. Ann Salkeld; John Maire; and Roger Williamson re. will 5 Aug 1749 of Henry Salkeld, and considerable & divers manors, messuages, lands and tenements etc. in Cumberland, and of debts of £15,000+ C78/1950, no. 2 [6]
1750 18 Feb 23 Bernard Holland gentleman administrator de bonis non of Bernard Hamond and also administrator of Thomas Holland her late brother v. Jenks Lutley esq; Robert Pardoe; George Pardoe; Richard Baldwyn; Francis Walker; Edward Batterell; Robert Morston; Samuel Loving; Thomas Yapp; and Ralph Hall & Mary his wife re. loan 10 Aug 1710, £500 by John Baldwyn of Ludlow, Salop from Bernard Hamond (complnt's late g-father), secured on messuage in Hatton in par. Eaton and Hope Board [?Eaton-under-Heywood], Salop C78/1874, no. 4 [7]
1750 26 Feb 23 Dame Katherine Aston widow of Sir Thomas Aston baronet v. Henry Aston clerk & Katherine his wife re. sale 27/28 May 1712 by Sir Thomas Aston to Sir John Chetwood & John Crewe, the manors of Aston Middle, Aston & Kequicke, Ches., and other manors in Notts., Warks. etc. C78/1889, no. 5 [8]
1750 28 Feb 23 Wingate Pulleine of Carleton, Yorks, esq, executor of Thomas Pulleine his late father esq v. Charles Lowe Whytell; Ann Whytell widow; Christopher Lonsdale and John Bostock re. indenture 4 Aug 1657 and Christopher Hanby of Westgates, York; an act of Common Council by the Mayor, Alderman of London, and manors of Middleham and Richmond Yorks. C78/1858, no. 4 [9]
1750 10 March 23 Benjamin Longuet; John Welles; Samuel Swinfen late Grundy; Joseph Grundy; Thomas Grundy the elder; and Thomas Grundy the younger; John Grundy; and Samuel Grundy infants the three sons of said Thomas Grundy the elder by said Thomas Grundy their father v. Robert Scawen; Thomas Grundy of Appleby, Leics & Ann his wife; and Thomas Ball re. will 20 Aug 1742, of Samuel Swinfen and property in Staffs. and Surrey and considerable personal esate, and bequest to sister Ann Grundy, the mother of complainants. C78/1868, no. 5 [10]
1750 24 March 23 John Starkie v. Mary Holden widow devisee and sole executrix of Andrew Holden her late husband; Andrew Holden eldest son and heir of said Andrew Holden; Jane Holden; and Ann Holden spinsters daughters of said Andrew Holden re. loan 'about middle of' July 1721, £1,000 by Andrew Holden from John Starkie, secured on Duckworth Hall in par. Duckworth and Oswaldtwistle, Lancs. C79/81, no. [11]
1750 24 March Ann Blunkett of Peckham, Surrey, widow v. Nathan Dell of the parish of St Sepulchre without Newgate, London; Daniel Whitaker of ______; and Nathaniel Neal of London, gentleman re. loan £1,000, 11 Feb 1742, by Nathan Dell from Ann Blunkett secured on Great Linley Farm in Tisbury, Wilts. C78/1890, no. 3 [12]
1750 24 March 23 James Denny of Raveningham, Norf, yeoman v. Isaac Blowers; Timothy Mickleburgh; Robert Spore then an infant; Mary Lougher widow; Davy Durrant; and Francis Mickleburgh re. marriage settlement, 20 Sept 1679, William Mickleburgh of Thurlton, and Elizabeth Faulke of Toft Monks, and a marsh called 'Barns Marsh' in Haddiscoe, Norf. C78/1861, no. 6 [13]
1750 24 March 23 Richard Ladbroke esq v. Richard Taylor; John Taylor; William Baynton; Sir Robert Ladbroke knight; and Richard Ladbroke the younger re. will, 8 Feb 1715, of Richard Ladbroke, distiller, and rent and profits from properties due to the complainant. C78/1851, no. 2 [14]
1750 26 March 23 Joane Jenkins widow relict and administratrix of William Jenkins her late husband v. John Jenkins and John Cattle re. will, 25 May 1712, of John Jenkins (father of William Jenkins) and messuage and sixteen acres of meadow and pasture in Middlezoy, Soms., and bequests to his three children. C78/1953, no. 3 [15]
1750 2 April 23 Edward Burnaby Greene an infant by Reverend Daniel Burnaby master of arts v. Frances Greene; Charles lord Cadogan; Justinian Ekins & Rebecca his wife; Mary Greene spinster; Edward Burnaby & Elizabeth his wife; Mary Frances; Elizabeth Burnaby; William Pitt Burnaby; Sir Hans Sloane baronet; John Fuller; William Ekins; Peirs Montague Bertie esq commonly called Lord Montague Bertie & Elizabeth his wife commonly called Elizabeth lady Bertie; Rebecca Peirs; and the Attorney General re. marriage agreement, Jan 1708, between Thomas Greene and Mary Rose, and lands near Earls Court, Kensington, Middx & Mitre Court, par, St Dunstan, West London & in pars. Kensington, St Margaret's Westminster and St Martin-in-Fields. C78/1869, no. 2 [16]
1750 12 May 23 Edmund Thomas Williamson eldest son and heir at law of Henry Williamson esq by Stapleton his wife who was the daughter of Thomas Henslow esq by his first wife v. Henry Binsteed; Elizabeth Binsteed; Thomas Binsteed; and William Float Thomas Henslow and second wife Elizabeth Young, indenture 20 March 1693 and descent of manors of Exton and Corhampton, Hants. C78/1857, no. 1 [17]
1750 15 May 23 Richard Pitt v. John Gaisford re. loan 31 Jan 1737, £360,by John Gaisford from Wadham Locke secured on messuage and and three yardlands in manor of Potterne, Wilts. C78/1857, no. 4 [18]
1750 15 May 23 John Penn, Thomas Penn, and Richard Penn esqs the three surviving sons of William Penn esq who was in his lifetime proprietary of the Province of Pennsylvania and of the three lower counties called Newcastle, Kent, and Sussex on Delaware adjoining to the said Province of Pennsylvania in America

v. Charles Calvert esq, lord Baltimore, Ireland; William Penn of the city of Dublin, Ireland, esq; Charles Fell; and Robert Edward Fell esqs; Letitia Aubrey widow; John, earl Poulett; and Sir Dudley Ryder Attorney General

re. Peninsula in America [Delmarva Peninsula], boundary dispute; map in Captain John Smith's book 'The Generall Historie of Virginia, New-England, and the Summer Isles'(1624). Swedish settlement. 'Three Lower Counties' otherwise Delaware. C78/1856, no. 1 [19]
1750 22 May 23 Carleton Carr of Haughton, Durham, esq v. John March & Isabella his wife; Nicholas Shuttleworth; and William Lodge re. loan 29 Aug 1745, £4,300 by John March, formerly of Newcastle upon Tyne, from Carleton Carr, secured on messuages in West Sleekburn [par. Bedlington], Durham C78/1852, no. 1 [20]
1750 23 May 23 John Deveron gentleman v. Mary Stroud widow and William Stroud an infant re. right of John Deveron as second husband of Betty Stroud dec'd, to profits from land in Somerton, & Burdcott [Burcott in St Cuthbert Out], Somerset from trust set up by her father William Warman. C78/1868, no. 2 [21]
1750 1 June 23 James Collier gentleman v. John Salusbury and Lucy Salusbury re . loan 15 Feb 1743, £600 by John Salusbury [diarist/explorer] of Bachregraig, Flintshire [Bach-Y-Graig, Denb.] & Lucy his mother, from James Collier, secured on messuage in Llanrhaiadr [Llanrhaeadr-yng-Nghinmeirch], Denb. C78/1861, no. 7 [22]
1750 21 June 24 Edward Nicholas; Thomas Eaton; and William King executors of Edmund Nicholas v. Morgan Davis re. sale 20 Sept 1740, by Morgan Davis to Jane Shuter of messuage in Day St., Cathay in par. St. Mary Redcliffe, Bristol. C78/1862, no. 3 [23]
1750 26 June 24 Sir John Molesworth baronet; Nicholas Phillips; Sir Dudley Ryder knight Attorney General at the relation of Nathaniel Lang; Richard Moyle; Roberry Silly esq; and Peter Hussey church wardens and overseers of the poor of the parish of St Mabyn, Corn, for themselves and all other legatees of William Parker the elder late of St Mabyn esq v. John Opie and John Anstis re. will, 15 July 1688, of William Parker and payments if his sons Robert and William Parker should die without issue. C78/1872, no. 6 [24]
1750 28 June 24 James Browne v. John Prettejohn re. sale 27 June 1728, by Sir Halswell Tynte to John Prettejohn of messuage & fourteen acres in Hamp [par. North Petherton], Soms. C78/1852, no. 3 [25]
1750 2 July 24 Isabella Bourne, spinster; and Francis Page (late Francis Bourne); Richard Bourne; Hannah Bourne; and Judith Bourne all infants by said Isabella Bourne their sister v. Richard Bourne the elder & Isabella his wife; George Wheate the elder; and George Wheate the younger; and Jacob Wheate both infants by said George Wheate the elder their father and guardian; Francis Capper the elder; Richard Capper the elder; and Richard Cappard the younger; Francis Capper the younger; and James Capper infants by the said Francis Capper the elder their father and guardian; Sir Thomas Wheat, baronet; and John Morton re. sale 2 Aug 1740, by Sir Francis Page to Richard Bourne the elder, Richard Capper the elder and John Morton; the manor of Middle Aston and his capital seat, one fourth of manor of Steeple Aston and North Aston, Great Barton, Thrupp, Kidlington and Duns Tew & tythes, advowson etc. C78/1963, no. 3 [26]
1750 24 July 24 Susanna Barrett of Broseley, Salop, widow v. Thomas Beckford of London, merchant, and Margaret Pope of Broseley, widow re. will 20 April 1742 of John Pope, died in Madeira and bequest to John Barrett of Broseley, Salop. C78/1863, no. 2 [27]
1750 1 Aug 24 John Parker esq eldest son and heir at law of George Parker esq v. Elizabeth Philips widow and Thomas Whinyates clerk surviving heirs at law of Thomas Parker gentleman re. marriage settlement 2 July 1679, George Parker and Elizabeth Fowell; £2,500 to Sir Edmund Parker; lands in Plympton St Mary, Eggbuckland, Colebrooke, Woodford, Plymouth, Compton Gilford, Thornhill Haugh, Boringdon, North Molton, Clifton Himston [?Chittlehampton] & Twitchen, Devon C78/1862, no. 2 [28]
1750 1 Aug 24 Joseph Offley esq; Cornelius Farr esq; William Milnes gentleman; John Bunting; Francis Bywater; William Camm; Thomas Lowe; John shore; Mathew Cartledge; Thomas Pearson; Joseph Bown;Joseph Ratcliffe; Mary Ratcliffe; George Bargh; and William Taylor v. Thomas Fanshaw; John Rotheram; and John Battie gentlemen re. payments from time immemorial in lieu of tythes in kind in lamb and wool, in that part of par. of Dronfield, Derbs known as township of Dronfield & hamlets of Stubley, Woodhouse, Coal Aston, Ounston [Unstone], Apperknowle, Summerley and Little Barlow. C78/1855, no. 2 [29]
1750 2 Aug 24 Sir Dudley Ryder knight Attorney General at the relation of John Brown doctor in divinity, the Master of the College of the Great Hall in the University of Oxford commonly called University College and the Fellows of the said College v. Cecilia Scott spinster; Edward Lunn clerk; William Scott; Cholmeley Scott; Ann Whorwood widow; Thomas Hawksworth Rowles; Dominic Moren & Ann his wife; and Sir John James Markham baronet re. marriage agreement 29 Oct 1725, Thomas Whorewood and Ann Waite (dau. of Sir Nicholas Waite, deceased). C78/1872, no. 1 [30]
1750 3 Aug 24 Mary Throckmorton and another (sic) v. Samuel Cockayne; Albion Throckmorton esq; Dennis Farrer; Humphrey Monoux esq; Thomas Browne esq re. marriage agreement 27/28 Sept 1734, Catherine Hazeldine and Samuel Cockagne; and her will 17 Jan 1738. C78/1885, no. 2 [31]
1750 7 Aug 24 Walter Blackett esq & Elizabeth his wife then an infant by Walter Blackett her husband

v. Lancelott Allgood; Charles Clark; Major Allgood; Abraham Dixon; Thomas Wentworth; Richard Wentworth; Sir William Wentworth; and Dame Diana his wife; Sir Walter Calverly & Dame Julia his wife; William Marshall & Elizabeth his wife; The Honorable Robert Bruce esq & Frances his wife; Isabella Blackett; and Ann Trenchard; and also the President and Governours of the Hospital founded at the sole costs and charges of said Thomas Guy esq; The Honorable Bussey Mansell esq & Lady Barbara his wife; Robert Midford; John Steel; and Joseph Richmond

re. will 14 Aug 1728 of Sir William Blackett, [2nd Baronet] of Wallington, Northum. Properties: manor of Hexham and site of dissolved priory of Hexham, Anick Grainge, Fenwick, Wallington, Cambo, Rothley, Harterton [?Hartington], Kirk Heaton with coal mines, Nelson in Ovingham, Gunnerton, Chollerton, Kenton or Keynton, Ryton, Dukesfield, Colpitts, Slaley etc., etc. C78/1873, no. 6 [32]
1750 10 Aug 24 Thomas Roston gentleman and James Roston by Susannah Roston late wife of said Thomas Roston infants by said Thomas Roston their father v. Charles Hord gentleman; Sir Robert Long baronet; Richard Curtis esq; and Elizabeth Curtis widow re. will 17 March 1718, of Honbl. Sarah Greville, spinster and bequest £2,000 to Susannah Roston on marriage or 21st birthday, whichever should happen first. C78/1871, no. 1 [33]
1750 19 Oct 24 Elizabeth Artis wife of Samuel Artis esq by William Price Johnson v. James Killett esq and the said Samuel Artis re. wills, 1744 (with bequest £500 to complt) & 13 Apr 1745 (with annuity to complt) of William Killett, of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk. C78/1852, no. 2 [34]
1750 20 Oct 24 Jane Oliver spinster and Ann Oliver and Catherine Oliver infants by said Jane Oliver their sister v. Hungerford Oliver an infant; John Oliver; James Gully; and Jane Oliver widow re. 8 Dec 1744, will of Edward Oliver (father of complts), estate in Musberry [Musbury], Devon and bequests to in-laws etc. C78/1868, no. 4 [35]
1750 27 Oct 24 Charles Jones esq afterwards Sir Charles Wake Jones baronet nephew and heir at law of Charles Jones esq; Peter Floyd esq; and Sir Humphrey Monoux baronet & Dame Elizabeth Monoux his wife late Elizabeth Jones widow and relict of said Charles Jones esq v. Henry Stacey; Susannah Brattell widow; and William Knight re. par. of Waltham Holy Cross [Waltham Cross], Essex and its four hamlets or divisions; Upshire, Holyfield, Town Side and Sewardston, and the tythes therefrom. C78/1871, no. 2 [36]
1750 29 Oct 24 Robert Warner of Lincolns Inn esq son and heir of also devisee of John Warner of St Clement Danes, Middx goldsmieth v. Walter Baynes of Middle Temple, London, gentleman & Elizabeth his wife re. John Denley of Lambeth, Surrey & Walter Baynes, deft; lease of a spring, water-conduit and cold baths at Hockley-in-the-Hole in par. St James, Clerkenwell, Middx. C78/1877, no. 1 [37]
1750 7 Nov 24 Joseph Baylis clerk & Mary his wife v. Josiah Gale; Thomas Wallington; Josiah Fernley; and Robert Fernley re. Charles Gale of par. Kingswood, Wilts, clothier deceased; his will and two messuages called 'Brutons Leazes' lately in occupation of defendent Josiah Gale. C78/1953, no. 8 [38]
1750 8 Nov 24 Francis Blackmore & Rebecca his wife v. Thomas Cookes & Elizabeth his wife re. loan 10 July 1729, £300 by Thomas Cookes from Rebecca Wills, spinster (now Blackmore), secured on property in Stoke Prior, Worc. C78/1862, no. 4 [39]
1750 26 Nov 24 Charles, duke of Marlborough knight of the Garter v. Francis, earl Godolphin; Henry, earl of Carlisle; Philip, earl of Chesterfield; Charles, lord viscount Fane, Ireland; William Pitt, esq; James Stephens doctor of physick; Ann, lady viscountess Bateman, Ireland; Margaret Pulteney widow; and John, duke of Bedford re. will 15 Aug 1720, of Charles Spencer, [3rd] earl of Sunderland; bequest of £30,000 to wife Judith and residue of estate to eldest son Lord Spencer; & a codicil to will. C78/1866, no. 5 [40]
1750 8 Dec 24 Charles Jones esq afterwards Sir Charles Wake Jones [6th] baronet, nephew, and heir at law of Charles Jones esq; Peter Floyer esq; Sir Humphry Monoux baronet & Dame Elizabeth Monoux his wife late Elizabeth Jones widow and relict of said Charles Jones esq v. Mary Green widow re. par. of Waltham Holy Cross, Essex and its four hamlets or divisions; Upshire, Holyfield, Town Side and Sewardston and the tythes therefrom. C78/1855, no. 5 [41]
1750 18 Dec 24 John Plumystie [Plumtre] esq and Charles Molynen esq v. William Humble baronet; John Humble; Mary Humble; Christopher Tilson; Peter Walter; Edward Bierton; and Thomas Brown re. marriage settlement 1705, Sir John Humble and Sarah; messuages, lands and hereditaments in counties of Lincoln, Surrey and Kent. C78/1883, no. [42]
1750 18 Dec 24 Philadelphia Newton widow v. Margaret Stow; George Stow; William Stow; and David Stow re. decision 10 May 1750, of Mr Burroughs, Master in Chancery,as to what was due to plaintiff for pricipal, interest and costs. C78/1865, no. 5 [43]
1750 18 Dec 24 John Thomlinson of London merchant and John Clarke citizen and stationer of London v. Thomas Curryer surviving assignee of George Smith re. loan 6 Aug 1742, £1,000 by George Smith from John Thomlinson, secured on two erected brick messuages fronting Queen St., par. St Thomas the Apostle, London. [EC4] C78/1878, no. 7 [44]
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