C78 1761

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Cal_Year Cal_Date Regnal_Year Parties Subject Matter Roll/Case_No.
1761 C78/, no. []
1761 20 Jan 1 Humphrey Holland; William Trubshaw; Thomas Anderson; William Daldern; Robert Kent; William Harvy; John Twentyman; Ann Brown; Martha Mottram; and Elizabeth Cartwright v. David Atkinson; William Morland; Michael Cooke; Dennis Cooling; Godfrey Wentworth; William Wentworth; John Pilkington; Charles Pilkington; Dorothy Pilkington; Catherine Pilkington; Michael Pilkington; Harrison Pilkington re. indenture of mortgage 9 Oct 1723, of manor of Thoresway, Lincs. by Humphrey Holland to Godrey Wentworth. C78/1970, no. 6 [2]
1761 28 Jan 1 Abraham Francia of Smyrna in the Dominions of the Grand Seignior, merchant; and Elias Francia of the same place, residuary legatees of Raphael Francia late of London, merchant

v. Isaac Jesurm Alvares, Daniel Mendes Seixas and Ephraim Lopes Pereira baron D'Aguilar

re. will 5 Jan 1757, of Raphael Francia, bequest to Baron Diego d'Aguilar £1,000 of Bank of England stock and residue to Abraham and Elias Francia. C78/1969, no. 2 [3]
1761 16 Feb 1 Francis Ferrand Foljambe, esq, heretofore called Francis Ferrand Moore the only son of John Moore of the town and county of Kingston upon Hull, esq by Ann his late wife, an infant by William Lambe, gentleman v. John Twigg, esq & Frances his wife; Nicholas Twigg since deceased; Thomas Francis Twigg an infant by Stephen Gamble his guardian; Sir Henry Ibbetson baronet; John Moore, esq; and John Foljambe an infant by Obed Foljambe his guardian re. will 11 Dec 1751 of Francis Foljambe [1675-1752] of Aldwark, York., and bequest of all manors, lands etc. to John Moore (complt's father), and payment of £7,000 to testator's son Thomas Foljambe. C78/1970, no. 4 [4]
1761 9 April 1 William Murray, esq, Attorney General; at the relation of John William Awbry esq; Richard Bailey timber merchant; Thomas Phillips brandy merchant; and John Carey innholder all of them inhabitants of Speenham Land, Berks v. Henry, duke of Chandos; Joseph Andrews esq; Mary Andrews spinster; Elizabeth Andrews, widow; Benjamin Morrell; George Phillips; and John Pottinger re. descent/ownership of piece of land in manor of Speenhamland, Berks. since a grant by Sir Thomas Englefield 20 Jan 1535/6, upon which the inhabitants there have 'newly erected a courthouse'. C78/1980, no. 5 [5]
1761 16 April 1 Thomas Edwards surviving executor of James Sawcer v. John Marsh the younger; Luke Abbot and William Williams & Margaret his wife re. loan 25/26 April 1748, £700 by John Marsh from Frances Goring widow secured on messuage, farm and lands in Wilsden [Willesden], Middx C78/1968, no. 1 [6]
1761 20 April 1 Charles Rumnoll v. Mary Rumboll and John Bishop (Bishop afterwards struck out) (and added later:) Edward Barwick re. marriage settlement Jasper Rumboll and Mary Bishop and property in Calue [?Callow Hill] and Wooton Bassett, Wilts C78/1969, no. 3 [7]
1761 23 April 1 Stephen Skynner, esq, sole executor, nephew, and heir at law of Thomas Walker, esq v. George, earl of Orford; and Richard Hammond, esq re. loan 25 July 1747, £23,200 by Robert Earl of Orford [Robert Walpole, 2nd Earl (1701-1751)], deceased from Thomas Walker, secured on property in Hickling Overhall, Hickling Netherhall, Stanhoe and Palling, Norfolk. C78/1968, no. 2 [8]
1761 8 May 1 William Wright esq sole executor of Henry Wright, esq the surviving trustee of the marriage settlement of Sir Martin Wright knight and Dame Elizabeth his wife v. said Sir Martin Wright and Dame Elizabeth his wife; Martin Wright esq; Dorothy Wright; Elizabeth Wright spinster; and William Wright jr the children of Sir Martin Wright and Dame Elizabeth his wife re. marriage settlement 2 Dec 1719, Martin Wright and Elizabeth Willoughby and several purchased annuities. C78/1967, no. 2 [9]
1761 6 June 1 Sir Dudley Ryder, knight, Attorney General at the relation of the then William, duke of Devonshire and the said duke of Devonshire v. John Wall; Henry Thornhill; Pierce Galliard; Thomas Bradshaw; Philip Gell; Nicholas Twigg; Anthony Tessington; Francis Cripps; Peter Nightingale; John Twigg; John Twigg the younger; Norman Edmund Turner & Elizabeth his wife; Elizabeth Scholler; Elizabeth Garland; John Johnson; George Tissington; and Thomas Thorston re. custom of King's subjects, since time immemorial, to dig for lead ore in districts of Derbs. called King's Field (or King's Fee) in hundred of High Peak (Winster, Taddington, Monyash, Chelmorton, Flagg, Prescliff, Upper Haddon [Over Haddon], Castleton, Bradwell, Great Hucklow, Little Hucklow and Hope) and in the hundred of Low Peak, otherwise called the wapentake of Wirksworth. C78/1976, no. [10]
1761 18 June 1 Mary Willie wife of Samuel Willie by John Elwick v. Adam Lugg; Joseph Dixon; and John Bassett executors of Robert Dixon; and the said Samuel Willie re. demise of a messuage, 8 Aug 1734, with curtilege and homestead and several [named ] closes in Sturton, Lincs C78/1979, no. 5 [11]
1761 29 Oct 2 Sir Dudley Ryder, knight, Attorney General, at the relation of Thomas Woodward; Francis Jennings; Thomas Bichray; Mathew Daniel; Benjamin King; Joseph Freelove; Richard Cooke; Thomas Rush; and Nathaniel Costin several of the burgesses, freemen, and principal inhabitants of the town of Bedford, Beds v. The Mayor, bailiffs, burgesses and commonalty of the town of Bedford; George Bridle; and Willliam Bowles re. terms of the establishment on 15 August 1552, of Bedford School when the Mayor, Bailiffs, Burgesses and Commonality of Bedford were, by letters patent issued by Edward VI, granted the right to establish a school which was to provide 'education, institution and instruction of Boys and Youths in Grammar, Literature and Good Manners'. C78/1971, no. 2 [12]
1761 26 Nov 2 John Pearce and Richard Bayly who is since deceased v. John Bartlet the son; Jacob Bartlett; Samuel Taylor & Frances his wife; Richard Browning & Mary his wife; Robert Parker; and Joseph Nicholls re. will 13 Oct 1755, of John Bartlett the elder, gardener, various bequests and property in Wells, Soms. C78/1970, no. 3 [13]
1761 15 Dec 2 James Musgrave of Chinnor, Oxon, doctor of laws; Sir Wilfrid Lawson of Brayton, Cumberland, baronet; and Robert Shafto of Whitworth, Durham, esq, lords of the manor of Washington, Durham; James Smithson of Monkwarmouth, Durham, gentleman; James Brack of Washington, gentleman; Thomas Stell of Washington, yeoman; Robert Shanks of Washington, yoeman; Edward Tate of Washington, yeoman; John Burne of Washington, yeoman; John Newby of Washngton, yeoman; Robert Thompson of Washington,, yeoman; John Hodgson of Washington, miller; and William Walker of Cox Green, Durham, yeoman v. Richard, lord bishop of Durham; and Mary Bland; and John Wake re. manor of Washington, Co. Durham and whether a certain moor or common or parcel of waste, known as Washington Moor or Common, is part of manor; Boundaries of the Manor of Washington. [vide: C78/1962, no.1, above] C78/1977, no. 7 [14]
1761 18 Dec 2 John Dickinson sole executor of George Skinner v. Samuel Hallam & Mary his wife re. loan or debt £120 by Samuel Hallam from George Skinner, and conveyance 9/10 April 1749 of messuage or tenement in Rawmarsh, York. C78/1975, no. 2 [15]