C78 1779

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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.
1779 C79/, no. []
1779 1 Feb 19 Richard Mallam v. Edward Grant Tuckwell re. indenture 12/13 April 1769; sale by Edward Grant Tuckwell and wife Ann to William Snooke, of messuage called 'Thirds' and various closes and meadowland. C79/224, no. [2]
1779 12 March 19 Thomas Baker student in physic and John Wilson yeoman & Elizabeth his wife v. John Slade & Elizabeth his wife and Edward Diggens re. will of Robert Smith [d.1721] and bequests of divers messuages and tenements in or near Chichester, including messuage in North Street, Chichester. C79/233, no. [3]
1779 14 April 19 The master, fellows, and scholars of Christ Church College in the University of Cambridge and The Reverend Anthony Shepherd doctor in divinity one of the fellows of the college v. Bryan Allott clerk and Pinkney Wilkinson esq re. rights of Christ Church College, Cambridge to the tithes, oblations etc. of rectory of Burnham St Mary, alias Burnham Westgate, Norf. C79/236, no. [4]
1779 5 May 19 John Christian esq; Eldred Addison; and Henry Robinson gentleman v. Isabella Curwen; Peter Taylor; Robert Mirric; Henry Adderton; and Eldred Pottinger re. will 15 June 1778, of Henry Curwen of Workington Hall, Cumberland [now Cumbria]; bequests to only daughter Isabella Curwen and to members of the Christian family. C79/220, no. [5]
1779 7 June 19 Winifred Lawson widow and sole executrix of Hylton Lawson esq v. Henry Hudson; John Lawson; and Manofoldt Cardonnel esq re. loan 19/21 March 1717 £1,500 by Robert Lawson of Cramlington, Northumberland from Henry Rawling of Newcastle upon Tyne secured on farm in West Cramlington. C79/210, no. [6]
1779 15 June 19 Potter Fletcher v. Thomas Ashburne; James Ashburne; and Jonathan Dawson re. will 31 May 1743 of John Fletcher; very considerable personal estate and divers burgage houses, messuages and lands in Kendall, Westmorland [now Kendal, Cumbria]. C79/222, no. [7]
1779 25 June 19 William Bromfield and Mason Cornish executors of Henry Woodward v. Ann Barry widow (afterwards the wife of Thomas Crawford) re. will 20 Jan 1777 of Henry Woodward of Chapel St., par. St George, Hanover Square Middx; Henry Woodward and Spranger Barry partnership in Dublin theatre and debts of S. Barry. C79/219, no. [8]
1779 23 July 19 John Fox; Daniel Cameron; and William Chomley assignees of the estate and effects of John Barnes; and Thomas How Ridgate late merchants and copartners and sometime then since declared bankrupts on behalf of themselves and other creditors who contribute to the suit v. Osgood Hanbury and Mary Hanbury re. Barnes and Ridgate partnership in Maryland; loans by Ridgate in England and his imprudent mgmt. of affairs. C79/207, no. 4 [9]
1779 20 Nov 20 John Mayer esq a legatee of 5,000 ps and devisee of testator John Gowland's personal estate v. Ralph Gowland the elder; Robert Wilson; William Bently, executors and trustees of the said testator John Gowland; Mary Mayer widow; Elizabeth Saltmarsh (the coheiresses and annuitants of the testator); Elizabeth Gowland (the testator's widow a legateeand annuitant); Ralph Cowland the younger; Thomas Gowland the elder; Thomas Gowland the younger devisees of testator's real estate; Robert Dyneley (who claimed to be purchaser of said real estate after the making of the will); Francis Ogle; Catherine Ogle; Sarah Ogle pecuniary legatees; Elizabeth Mayer; Mary Mayer spinsters (legatees and annuitants); Thomas Mayer (a legatee of 5,000 ps and who claimed a moiety of the residue of testator's personal estate under a written agreement between him and complainant; James Wilkinson & Sarah his wife (annuitants during the life of the wife); John Wilson; and John Vincent (legatees of 50 ps and 50 ps per annum in the long annuities but which were sold out by the said testator before his death but after making the will re. will 8 May 1775, of John Gowland of New Bond Street, par. St George Hanover Square, Middx; devise by will of manor and farm called 'Mayes' in Sussex [in par. Sharpthorne, West Sussex], which afterwards testator contacted to sell. C79/255, no. [10]
1779 C79/, no. []