C78 1782

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Cal_Year Cal_Date Regnal_Year Parties Subject Matter Roll/Case_No.
1782 C79/, no. []
1782 29 January 22 Elizabeth Susannah Ambrose spinster only younger child of John Ambrose esq by Charlotte his wife formerly Charlotte Norris both deceased and also a devisee and legatee named in the will of said John Ambrose v. John Ambrose esq only son and heir and also administrator with the will and codicil annexed of the said John Ambrose deceased; John Norris esquire; and John Bell gentleman re. marriage agreement 9 July 1746, John Ambrose and Charlotte Norris (complt's late father and mother); monies and lands for the use of the complt. C79/204, no. 4 [2]
1782 31 Jan 22 Benjamin Torin esq v. James Jeffreys esq re. loan £1,600 4 May 1774, by James Jeffreys from Benjamin Torin, secured on messuage in par. St James, Westminster, Middx. C79/217, no. [3]
1782 12 Feb 22 Henry Hoare of Stourhead, Wilts, esq; Richard Hoare of Barn Elms, Surrey, esq; Henry Hoare of Fleet Street, London, esq; and Susannah Cecilia Hoare of Queen's Square, Middx, widow, executors of the will of Richard Hoare late of Boreham, Essex, esq v. Thomas Jones and Richard Benhamin Hoare re. provisions of "An Act for draining and preserving certain Fen Lands and Low Grounds, in the Isle of Ely and Counties of Suffolk and Norfolk, between Mildenhall River South, Plant Load and Brandon River North, bounded on the West by the River Ouse, and on the East by Winter Load, Earswell Brook, and the Hard Lands of Mildenhall; and for empowering the Governor, Bailiffs, and Commonalty... of The Great Level of the Fens, commonly called Bedford Level, [to sell certain Fen Lands] lying within the Limits aforesaid, commonly called Invested Lands" [Act of 1760]. C79/252, no. [4]
1782 12 April 22 Samuel Davis v. Richard Farr [damaged document] re. will 18 July 1737 of John Davis late of Bristol and bequests to his son, the complt; ?divers plantations, ships from Bristol to Newfoundland, stock in trade, ready money, securities. C79/241, no. [5]
1782 11 May 22 Mary Burnell widow and relict of Darcy Burnell v. Ellen Burnell; John Watson; Robert Holden; Atkinson Holden; Launcellot Rolleston; Judith Becke widow; John Gilbert Cooper; John Burnell; and Mary Farrand re. marriage agreement 17/18 Feb 1748, Mary Burnell (the complt.) and Darcy Burnell (d,1774) [of Winkburn Hall, Notts]; persons claiming to be the heirs-at-law of Darcy Burnell. C79/229, no. [6]
1782 5 June 22 Charles Fox & Margaret his wife; Joseph Collier & Mary his wife; Robert Were & Elizabeth his wife; Thomas Finemore Sanders; Sarah Maria Sanders; and Ann Sanders infants by Alice Dicker their grandmother v. Mark Davis; Thomas Dean; Samuel Munckley; Robert Lovell; Michael Dicker Sanders lately called Michael Sanders an infant re. will 27 Dec 1759 of Samuel Dicker [M.P., d.1760] of Walton upon Thames, Surrey; very considerable personal and real estate and bequests to wife Elizabeth etc. C79/222, no. [7]
1782 28 June 22 Charles Brent; Coopey Brent esq eldest brother and heir at law of John Brent late of the city of Bath doctor in physick deceased v. George Booth Tyndale & [added later] Margaretta Tyndale, Copplestone Warre ?Bampfe, Matilda Coopey. re. will 26 Feb 1753, of Humphrey Brent; manors, messuages, lands etc. in ?Sutton and Bedminster, Somerset C79/219, no. [8]
1782 17 July 27 Charles Fox & Margaret his wife; Mary Collier widow; Elizabeth Were widow; Thomas Were; Nicholas Were; Thomas Fox; Stephen Matravers; Thomas Finnemore Sanders; and Ann Sanders v. Mark Davis; Thomas Dean; Samuel Munkley; Robert Lovell; and Michael Dicker Sanders re. orders concerning case above, relating to will 27 Dec 1759 of Samuel Dicker [ C79/222, no. [7] ] C79/222, no. [9]
1782 29 Oct 23 John Knowles and Thomas Knowles v. Thomas Jones clerk; William Greaves; Beaupre Bell; Thomas Haukey; George Russell; Abraham Young; and William Pickett re. loan £400 18 July 1767 by Thomas Jones from Elizabeth Knowles, secured on lands in manors on Ely Porta and Ely Barton in the Isle of Ely [Cambs.] C79/210, no. 2 [10]
1782 29 Oct 23 Richard Jackson and Philip Denoyer esqs and William Michael Lally gentleman surviving trustees made in the settlement made on the marriage of Fountain North esq and Arabella his wife and the said Fountain North and Arabella his wife late Arabella Strutt spinster the only child and heir at law of Isaac Strustt esq deceased v. Isaac Stapleton esq and John Marson out of the jurisdiction re. sale 12/13 Nov 1771 of messuage called 'Sheephouse' in Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, by Thomas Marson to Isaac Strutt. C79/209, no. 3 [11]
1782 1 Nov 23 Mary Ann Fontelier v. John Elkins re. loan £100 19 Feb 1776 by John Elkins from Mary Fontelier (complt's late mother); death of Mary Fontelier in Feb 1778. C79/207, no. 3 [12]
1782 1 Nov 23 Mary Ann Fontelier v. John Elkins re. loan £200 13 Jan 1776 John Elkins from Mary Fontelier (complt's late mother); piece of ground on north side of a certain mews in par. St Marylebone, Middx. C79/207, no. 2 [13]
1782 12 Dec 23 ?Sir Abraham Hume, baronet v. Nathaniel Godbold [1730–1799]; (added later:) Robert Jackson; and Richard Watts [faded document] re. loan £13,000 4 Nov 1776, by Nathaniel Godbold from complainant, secured on Wacton Hall with the buildings, lands etc., etc. situated in Wacton, Stratton [Long Stratton] and Moulton [Great Moulton], Norfolk. C79/209, no. 1 [14]
1782 C78/, no. []