C78 1773

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Major Contributor(s): Robert C. Palmer

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Cal_Year Cal_Date Regnal_Year Parties Subject Matter Roll/Case_No.
1773 C79/, no. []
1773 11 March 13 Margaretta Maria Wythe spinster sole executrix and devisee of Thomas Fynn gentleman then an infant by Thomas Haws gentleman v. Thomas Mulliner gentleman; Jenny Alexander spinster; Mary Pretyman widow; James Jermyn gentleman; and Elizabeth Alexander re. right of Thomas Fynn the son, to the estates in Suffolk and Lincs. of his late father on attaining age of 21 in 1752; Mulliner's perception of son's 'propensity to extravagance and dissipation'. C79/193, no. [2]
1773 20 April 13 Sarah Gibson spinster the only sister, heir at law, and administratrix of George Gibson gentleman v. Thomas Jenkinson; William Robinson; Zachary Hubbersty; and Elizabeth Barnes re. indenture 14/15 Jan 1758, property in Hereford, Monmouth and Westmorland; and a debt of £505 owed by Thomas Jenkinson to George Gibson. C79/119, no. [3]
1773 4 May 13 Lord George Lenox; Henry lord Holland; and Lady Georgina Carolina his wife; James duke of Leinster; and Lady Amelia his wife; Thomas Conolly esq; and Lady Augusta Louisa his wife; Sir Charles Bunbury baronet & Lady Sarah his wife, which said Lord George Lenox, Lady Georgina Carolina, Lady Amelia; Lady Augusta Louisa; Lady Sarah and Lady Cecilia Margaretta Lenox lately deceased were the younger children of Charles late duke of Richmond late earl of March by Sarah late duchess of Richmond his wife late Sarah Cadogon v. Charles duke of Richmond; George earl of Albemarle; Thomas lord Codogan; George Bridges Brudenell esq; Charles Bentinck esq & Lady Margaret his wife re. marriage agreement 5 Mar 1719, Earl of March [Charles Lennox, 2nd Duke of Richmond, 1701-1750 ] and Lady Sarah Cadogan [1705-1751]. C79/119, no. [4]
1773 19 Nov 14 Richard Gaire and George Gaire assignees of the estate and effects of Andrew Pearson late of the parish of St Clement Danes, Middx, coal merchant against whom a commission of Bankrupt had been awarded and issued v. Thomas Wilkinson; Mary Pearson; John Attlee and the Governor and Company of Merchants of Great Britain Trading to the South Seas and other parts of America and for encouraging the fishery re. will 22 Feb 1737 of Robert Smith, poulterer; George Stringer of Ilford Essex to pay interest of £2,000 of South Sea Stock to his nephew James Sadler and, after his decease, to others. C79/119, no. [5]
1773 C79/, no. []