C78 1758

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1758 C78/, no. []
1758 18 Jan Sir Henry Fredericke Thynn knight and baronet v. John Bampfeild esq re. Sir Henry Frederick Thynn in 1651 administrator of his late mother Dame Katherine Thynn, who was widow of Sir Thomas Thynn & manors of Sir Thomas. C79/193, no. [2]
1758 19 Jan 31 Lewis Edwards, esq v. David Owen; Ann Owen, widow; Owen Rees; Ellis Thomas; David William; and Frederick, lord bishop of Lichfield and Coventry re. tithes in kind of the demesne lands of Ynysymaengwyn [par. Tywyn, Gwynedd (formerly Merioneth)], and whether mill called [?]Melyar and piece of land called Caerfelyn are part of demesne lands. C78/1964, no. 2 [3]
1758 8 Feb 31 Constance Harpur, widow and relict of John Harpur then late of Littleover, Derbs v. Samuel Heathcote, gentleman & Elizabeth his wife re. will 25 April 1753 of John Harpur, property in townships of Alvaston and Booton [Boulton] in par. Alvaston, and in Hollington, Littleover, Mickleover, Brailsford, Langford and Derby, Derbs.; various loans. C78/1968, no. 7 [4]
1758 14 Feb 31 Robert Whyt; James Oswald esq; Claud Johnson merchant; and Martha Whyt an infant by Robert Whyt; James Oswald; and Claud Johnson v. James Buchanan; Richard Richards; Robert Steele; and Nathaniel Cole re. William Steel of Goodmans Fields, Middx, brewer and Nathaniel Cole of Basinghall St., gent. & manor of Barwick and Stoford, Soms. & loan £2,000 from Thomas Whyt of London, merchant. C79/83, no. [5]
1758 4 March 31 Robert Westron eldest son and heir of Robert Westron yeoman by Joan his first wife deceased v. Henry Westron and John Were re. will 27 Jan 1724 of Robert Westron of [?]Ulfculme, Devon (complt's g-father) and very considerable personal estate. C79/196, no. [6]
1758 11 March 31 Sir Dudley Ryder, knight, Attorney general at the relation of John Brown doctor in divinity Master of the College of the Great Hall in the University of Oxford commonly called University College and the Fellows of the same College, informant; and Cecilia Scott, spinster; Edward Lunn, clerk; William scott; Cholmley Scott; Ann Whorwood, widow; Thomas Hawkesworth Rowles; Dominic Moren & Ann his wife; and Sir John James Markham AND Ann Whorwood, widow v. Cecilia Scott; John Brown, doctor in divinity, Master of University College in Oxford and the Fellows of the same College; Sir John James Markham baronet; Dominic Moren & Ann his wife; and Thomas Hawkesworth Rowles re. marriage agreement 3 June 1733, Thomas Whorwood and Ann Whorwood. C78/1960, no. 2 [7]
1758 4 April 31 Sir Walter Blacket baronet & Dame Elizabeth his wife v. Margaret Allgood, widow and executrix of Major Allgood who was the surviving executor and trustee of Sir William Blacket, baronet deceased & Mary Allgood only child and heir at law of said Major Allgood only child and heir at law of said Major Allgood; Thomas Wentworth; Sir William Wentworth, baronet; William Marshall, esq & Elizabeth his wife; Frances Bruce, widow of the Honorable Robert Bruce, esq; Isabella Blackett, countess of Buchan, widow; Ann Treychars then wife of Mr Gordon; The President and Governors of Guys Hospital; The Honorable Bussey Mansell, esq then lord Mansell & the lady Barbara his wife; and Joseph Richmond re. will of Sir William Blackett [2nd Baronet of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1690-1728], bequest of estate to nephew, Sir Walter Calverley (now Blackett). C78/1960, no. 5 [8]
1758 17 April Adrian Van Bleyswick of Enchaysen [?Adriaan Van Bleiswijk of Enkhuizen] within the domininions of the states of Holland, esq, and Peter Goshe of the Hague within the said dominions esq, the only two surviving executors of Eliza Hubert Sismus late of Rotterdam within the dominions advocate deceased v. The Governor and Company of the Bank of England and John Obreen re. will (in Dutch) 4 March 1701 of Hubert Sismus of Rotterdam and bequests to his descendants. C79/279, no. [9]
1758 19 April 31 The Attorney General at the relation of Thomas Atkinson; John Wilkinson; and Thomas Ashburner v. John Bracken; Edward Hastewell otherwise Hastewhittle; Edward Hodgson Wilson; John Robinson esq; Thomas Gurnell; and John Baxter re. will 27 Nov 1616 (sic) Alice Duckett of Skelsmergh [near Kendal, Cumbria] and bequest of two mills at Netherhouse for charitable purposes. C78/1969, no. 6 [10]
1758 21 April 31 Thomas Cholmondeley, esq v. Richard Meyrick, esq; and Owen Lewis Meyrick; and Mary Meyrick infants by the said Richard Meyrick their father and guardian; William Wannup, clerk & Mary his wife; and Philip Egerton, esq re. marriage agreement 19/20 July 1714, Charles Cholmondeley [1685-1734] complts's late father and Essex Pitt and property in Church Minshull, and the site of dissolved Vale Royal Abbey, Ches. C78/1972, no. 6 [11]
1758 27 April 31 Thomas Banks, gentleman v. Thomas Boughton & Margaret his wife; Thomas Scott; Isaac Scott; and George Scott re. sale £800 of messuages 23/24 June 1743, by Thomas Stott to George Mason held of manors of Much Waltham, Waltham Magna, Waltham Bury and Chatham Hall [par. Great Waltham], Essex. C78/1964, no. 1 [12]
1758 29 April 31 Robert Johnston only surviving son and heir of Archibald Johnston which Archibald was the eldest brother of William Johnston deceased and eldest son and heir of Robert Johnston which said Robert left issue three sons, to wit Archibald the comlainant's father his eldest son; Andrew then long deceased and William Johnston his third son and no other sons v. Edward Gardner & Catharine his wife; Mary Johnston; and Ann Johnston re. William Johnston (complt's uncle) property inc. messuages and closes of meadow in pars. St Mary, Wigford & St Botolph in city of Lincoln & lands in North Hykeham, Skellingthorpe, Swineshead and Boultham etc., etc. & considerable personal fortune; and his death intestate after years of drinking strong liquor. C79/140, no. [13]
1758 2 May 31 Sir John Thomas Stanley of Alderley, Ches, baronet, heir at law of Sir Samuel Lennard of West Wickham, Kent, baronet, an infant by Dame Mary Stanley widow his mother v. Jane Lennard, widow; and Mary Lennard, an infant; and Peter Burrell, esq, son and heir of Peter Burrell, esq re. will 16 Nov 1726 of sir Samuel Lennard [1672-1727] a bachelor, property at West Wickham, Kestram [?Keston] and Hayes; provison for Samuel and Thomas Lennard of West Wickham, Kent and Dorothy Lennard & Francis Leigh of Addington, Surrey. C78/1958, no. 2 [14]
1758 5 May 31 James Ralf; Francis Powell; and John Bloxham v. Richard Tuck deceased; Ambrose Audry; James Edgell & Mary his wife; Thomas Bumodan & Ann his wife; John Foile; Sinall Jane Tuck spinster; Jane Tuck, widow; Thomas Coleman; Philip Smith; and Samuel Lindsey re. sale for £950, 28/29 Oct 1748 of mansion called 'Brook House' with lands, in par. Westbury, Wilts by Richard Tuck to James Ralf. C78/1963, no. 5 [15]
1758 8 May 31 Sir Samuel Prince knight one of his majesty's serjeants at law & Dame Hannah his wife; Edward Frere esq; and William Selwyn v. Robert Stebbing and John Sheppard son of Thomas Sheppard; Sir Joseph Hankey knight; Sir Thomas Hankey knight; John Sheppard son of Francis Sheppard; Barnabe Gibson; Elizabeth Girling, widow, daughter of Isaac Welham; James Carter clerk & Mary his wife daughter of William Houchin; Philip Dykes & Ann his wife daughter of William Houchin; and Nathaniel Browne re. will 26 June 1725, of Joseph Chaplin and considerable personal estate of public securities and leasehold estates in London and Middx, and a legacy to his dau. Hannah (mother of complt). C79/118, no. [16]
1758 27 May 31 Sir Richard Corbet baronet; Godolphin Edwards esq; an Thomas Hill esq v. Charlton Leighton; Anna Maria Leighton; Honor Leighton; Anna Bella Leighton; Trafford Barnston; John Coppinga; Deborah Fannings; Robert Owen; William Owen; and Roger Kingston esq re. marriage settlement, 7/8 May 1735 of Letitia Barnston then Mytton; Condover Hall with park in par. Condover, Salop and property in Montgom. C79/118, no. [17]
1758 2 June 31 Lawrence Donnelly & Phebe his wife who was the widow devisee and sole executrix of Thomas Sanderson v. William Campbell & Ellen his wife; Henry Simon esq; Thomas Davison; and Sir George Savile baronet; Nathaniel Ogle; and Henry Curwen esqs heirs at law of Charles Sanderson; and Thomas Sanderson deceased; and Thomas Crookenden; Eleanor Smith, widow; Elizabeth Potts; and Hannah Gerry, spinsters; and Mary Gibbons, widow heirs at law of Rachael Sanderson, widow re. conveyance, 21/22 Aug 1695, of dwelling house with shops at north end of bridge in Newcastle upon Tyne, by Rachael Sanderson (d. 23 Feb 1702). C78/1959, no. 3 [18]
1758 6 June 32 Henry Wright, gentleman one of the five grandchildren of Henry Rayney and also heir at law and administrator of Thomas Wright his late brother who was another of the grandchildren of said Henry Rayney; Marmaduke Wright another of the grandchildren and also administrator with the will annexed of Robert Wright his late brother who was another of the grandchildren; and James Glover, gentleman & Elizabeth his wife late Elizabeth Wheatley, widow one of the other grandchildren v. Nathaniel Pearson; Frances Seaton; Mary Pearson; Frances Pearson; and Samuel Clyatt Wright re. will 2 May 1737, Henry Rayney and large estate in pars. Darfield and Royston, Yorks. C78/1965, no. 5 [19]
1758 23 June 32 Thomas Howorth, gentleman v. William Deene & Margaret his wife; George Pardoe & Mary his wife; Robert Haselden & Magdalen his wife; Isabella Howorth; Elizabeth Howorth; Mansell Powell; William Barnesley; Edward Baugham; Benjamin Wellington; and Isabella Wellington re. marriage agreement about 1624, Thomas Howorth (complt's g-father) and Mary Masters; property in par. Clodock, Heref. C78/1966, no. 4 [20]
1758 17 July 32 William Murray, esg, Attorney General at the relation of Lawrence Drummond and John Williamson the then churchwardens of the parish of Kensington, Middx; and Charles Stauvoton (??) and Henry Stevenson overseers of the poor of that parish on behalf of themselves and all other parishioners of Kensington parish v. Thomas Methwold, esq; John Fleming, esq; and George Wigan doctor in divinity re. will 18 Aug 1597 (sic) of Thomas Goodfellow messuage called 'Hale House', Kensington [W8] and lands in manors of Earls Court and bequest to the poor of Kensington: twenty shillings per annum, to be paid out of copyhold lands [Methwold's Almshouses]. C78/1967, no. 3 [21]
1758 18 July 32 William Pickering, esq & Elizabeth his wife; and James Towers, gentleman v. George Towers the elder; George Towers the younger; Ellizabeth Towers; Samuel Pickering and Mary Pickering re. will 16 Sept 1750, of Samuel Towers of Kensington, Middx (complt's father); bequests to children and property in Paddington and Seven Dials etc. C78/1959, no. 4 [22]
1758 8 Nov 32 Vere lord Vere baron Vere of Hanworth, Middx; Henry Beauclerk commonly called lord Henry Beauclerk; James Beauclerk, lord bishop of Hereford; and John Drummond esq v. Francis Pigott, gentleman re. debts of George Beauclerk [3rd Duke of St Albans]; lease and release 14/15 April 1755 of estates. C78/1969, no. 7 [23]
1758 20 Nov 32 Lockhart Gordon esq administrator of Isabella Gordon formerly Isabella Levy his late wife v. Moses Hart; Judy Levy; Reuben Adolphus; and Michael Adolphus; Lazarus Simons; and Joseph Martin esq executors of Moses Hart re. will 9 June 1704, of Benjamin Levy (g-father of Isabella Gordon); various bequests according to Jewish laws or custom. C78/1977, no. 4 [24]
1758 20 Nov 32 Benjamin Clerke, esq, administrator of Agnes Greenhill, widow v. John Chapman; William Kilpin; Thomas Jones; and William Hamilton re. estate of late Angnes Greenhill of Edmonton, Middx (brother of complt. Benjamin Clerke), died intestate 10 Oct 1754. C78/1960, no. [25]
1758 15 Dec 32 Anne Plowman, widow v. Henry Haseman & Alice his wife; Letitia Haseman; Alice Haseman; and William Plowman re. loan 21 Nov 1741, £250 by Alice Waddell (d. Jan 1742) from Thomas Plowman deceased secured on property at The Hyde, in manor of Kingsbury [now in Brent], Middx. C78/1963, no. 4 [26]
1758 20 Dec 32 Samuel Hill esq v. Bridget Bayly, widow; Thomas Bayly, esq; and Sir Nathaniel Curzon, baronet re. loan 25/26 Dec 1746, £1500 by Bridget Bayly and son Thomas Bayly from Elizabeth Bird and son Robert Bird, secured on a messuage and lands in Astley or Bedworth, Warks. C78/1964, no. 5 [27]
1758 C79/, no. []