C78 1822

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Cal_Year Cal_Date Regnal_Year Parties Subject Matter Roll/Case_No.
1822 C79/, no. []
1822 9 February 3 William Stevens of Coseley in Sedgeley parish, Staffs, iron master v. Samuel Guppy re. iron master co-partnership; Samuel Guppy's agreement to purchase for £8,000 in June 1818 William Stevens's three-sixteenth share in ironmaster business. C79/309, no. 2 [2]
1822 28 Feb. 3 John Turner of New Dale in Wellington, Shropshire clerk v. John Allen Adamthwaite re. will 24 Mar 1813, of John Adamthwaite clerk of Baddesley Ensor, Warks., a person of very advanced years [=74] and thus mentally impaired; bequest to housekeeper Ann Cooper. C79/297, no. 1 [3]
1822 9 March 3 William Hartley and Robert Kirby on behalf of themselves and other creditors of John Atkinson late of Hornington, parish of Bolton Percy, York City deceased testator who contribute to the suit v. John Ikin; Benjamin Gray; Benjamin J___; Thomas Boyes; Christopher Todd; Robert Atkinson & Mary Ann his wife; Thomas Laycock; Anthony Thorpe; Thomas Atkinson; William Laycock; Hannah Atkinson; and the Attorney General re. will 1 April 1807 of John Atkinson his property (the manor, or reputed manor, of Hornington, and a desirable freehold estate of inheritance, situate at Hornington, in par. of Bolton Percy) and his indebtedness. C79/309, no. 3 [4]
1822 13 May 3 Joseph Heald Cecil v. John Butcher; John Chaige; Samuel Hollings Cecil; Jane Catherine Cecil; and Clara Cecilia Cecil re. Joseph Cecil [d.1807], late father of complt., of Dronfield, Derbs. and his ownership of place called Little Sheffield in township of Ecclesall in par. of Sheffield, Yorks; indenture of 1 Aug 1807, in favour of complt. C79/297, no. 2 [5]
1822 26 June 3 Clement Chapple and Simon Fisher v. Thomas Cadell; William Davies; Joseph Mawman; Joseph Walsh Rivington; Henry dela Hay Symonds; James Charles Mokey; Samuel Reed; and George Lane re. purchase of losing concern publishing newspapers the daily 'British Press' and the evening 'Globe' in par. St Clement Dane; resolutions drawn up in 1804. C79/297, no. 3 [6]
1822 29 June Thomas Weld esq v. Henry Grimshaw; John Walmesley; George Stolden; John Bashall; and James Kenyon re. complt. entitled since Aug 1810 to rectory, church, tithes of hay and agistement etc. of par. Mitton, Yorks [now Great Mitton, Lancs]; hamlets of Aighton, Bailey and Chaigley, Lancs are in par. of Mitton but no tithes etc. C78/2089, no. 3 [7]
1822 26 July The Honorable John Reginald Pindar v. Sally Smith; Henry B eauchamp Lygon; Edward Pyndar Lygon; John Curtis; John Shaw; John Parkinson; John Laing & Elizabeth Ann Laing his wife; Joseph Wilkinson & Catherine Wilkinson his wife; Sir Montague Cholmeley & Dame Elizabeth Cholmeley his wife; Frances Harrison re. indenture 24 June 1809; an annuity of £500 to Sally Smith should she survive Thomas Pindar. C78/2089, no. 4 [8]
1822 21 Nov 3 Samuel Guppy; William Spurrier; and William Hodgson v. George Talbot; Joseph Hancox; and Thomas Hampton re. bankruptcy of George Stokes and his one fourth share of land in Staffs. under which were mines or minerals, and the Coseley Ironworks erected on land. C79/310, no. 1 [9]
1822 21 Nov 3 Lucy Crump v. Richard Sparkes; John Sparkes; and Sarah Sherlock; the Attorney General re. marriage agreement 19/20 Oct 1664 (sic), William Cross and Susan Clowes & messuage called 'Hurst' in Worplesdon, Surrey; complt. is lineal issue in tail in the fifth degree & general heiress in remainder. C79/297, no. 4 [10]
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