C78 1841

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1841 C78/, no. []
1841 13 Jan Attorney General at the relation of Thomas Spencer Hall informant v. Fishmongers Company of London re. will 28 Feb 1434/5 (sic) of Henry Preston, fishmonger of London; bequest of real estate, "in aid of the maintenance of the poor men and women of the mystery [of fishmongers] and community aforesaid for ever". C78/2109, no. 1 [2]
1841 13 Jan Attorney General at the relation of John Hampden Thelwall, David Piper, Thomas Spencer Hall, and George Smith informant v. Fishmongers Company of London re. wills of Thomas Kneseworth, dated the 13 April 1513 and 4 June 1513 and requests to vary conditions of charity [Sir Thomas Kneseworth's charity]. C78/2110, no. 1 [3]
1841 15 Jan John Nelson ?Goulby of Brightelmstone, Sussex, clerk sole executor under the will and codicil of Elizabeth Goff late of Brighton and also a legatee or appointee named in such will and codicil on behalf of himself and other the appointees and legatees under the will and codicil v. Joseph Wilson; Samuel Mills; Benjamin Lepard; Alfred Mayor Randall; Joseph Nalder; and William Southwood re. will 3 Oct 1793 of Abraham Hall of Aldermanbury, London; freehold estate in City Road, par. St Luke's, Old Street, Middx. C78/2140, no. 8 [4]
1841 16 Jan George Edmund Platt & Judith Ann his wife (since deceased) v. John Routh, John Sherman, and John Gillett, Sarah Denison (since deceased), Jeremiah Pickles & Sarah his wife, Thomas Baguley & Mary his wife, John Wilson & Susannah his wife, Robert Ramsden, William Ramsden, James Frith & Rose his wife, and others re. praying that the Certificate of four of the Barons of the Court of Exchequer concerning probate might be confirmed and the Accountant General might pay to petitioner £42,897... C78/2110, no. 2 [5]
1841 23 Jan Sir James Scarlett knight Attorney General at the relation of Daniel Humphreys Howlett informant v. The Master and Keepers or Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery or Art of Ironmongers Company, London re. will 15 Feb 1724, of Thomas Betton and bequest of residue of his estate upon trust to apply one moiety of the income to the redemption of British slaves in Turkey or Barbary; one fourth part to the support of Church of England charity schools in the city and suburbs of London etc., etc; request to vary. C78/2117, no. 2 [6]
1841 28 Jan 4 Theophilus Lightfoot v. Elizabeth Windley; Theodore Windley; and Anna Elizabeth Windley re. devise/lease 22 Dec 1824 parcel of ground in par. St Mary, Lambeth, Surrey by George Fentiman of Camberwell, coal merchant to Thomas Windley, builder. C79/338, no. 2 [7]
1841 29 Jan Attorney General at the relation of William Manning the younger; John Mallard; Thomas Manning; Joseph Leycraft; John Dawson; Joseph Manning; John Danton; and Samuel Billson informants v. John Nethercoatand others named [faded document] re. praying that the court makes decrees and orders concerning a charity established in the parish of Moreton [?Moreton Pinkney, Northants]. C78/2133, no. 2 [8]
1841 20 March The Attorney General v. John Iles and William Whitworth re. praying for a declaration concerning rents and profits from lands of par. St Gabriel, Binbrook, Lincs [church fell down 1822]. C78/2141, no. 11 [9]
1841 17 April Mary Stewart Beattie, an infant by Duncan Stewart of the city of Chester collector of her majesty's customs her grandfather v. John James Hope Johnstone, George Graham Bell, James Stewart, William Stewart, Adam Johnstone, and Frederick Quin re. rents and profits from properties in Crieve, Scotland, owned by late Thomas Beattie d.1836 in Madeira (complt's father), collected by trustees (the defendants) allegedly due to Mary Stewart Beattie (the complt). C78/2110, no. 2 [10]
1841 24 June John Bannatyne and Harry George Gordon auditors assignees of John Maberly late of Bread Street Cheapside, London and also of John Street, Berkeley Square, Middlesex and Alexander Brymer Belcher official assignee of said Johnb Maberly v. John Temple Leader, Georgiana Richards, John Mastgerman, Lancelot Holland, William Peters, and Henry Lancelot Holland re. John Maberly and Company, linen manufacturies in Scotland and England and banking business in Aberdeen and Montrose; bankruptcy. C78/2110, no. 1 [11]
1841 29 June Marianne viscountess Sidmouth wife of Henry lord viscount Sidmouth v. Henry lord viscount Sidmouth, Joun, Earl of Eldon, William Chisholme, Mary Forster, and Richard Burdon Sandirson re. will 30 April 1830, of William, Lord Stowell[1745-1836]; considerable real and personal estate inc. messuage in Grafton Street, par. St George, Hanover Square, Middx; claims of his daughter Mary Anne, the wife of Viscount Sidmouth [Henry Addington, 1757-1844]. C78/2111, no. 1 [12]
1841 2 July 5 Michael Comport and John Hopkins v. Francisw Cobb; Susan Elizabeth Fry; Elizabeth Ann Simmonds the elder; John Boghurst Simmonds; Elizabeth Ann Simmonds; George Simmonds the younger; Henry Simmonds; Thomas Simmonds; William Simmonds; George Simonds; Ann Simmonds; Thomas Simmonds; William Simmonds; Thomas Frey; William Hough Fry; John Grabham & Sarah his wife; Mary Gristock Grabham; Sarah Grabham; Rebecca Grabham; Elizabeth Grabham; Jane Grabham; Martha Ann Grabham; John Grabham; Thomas Grabham; Ellen Grabham; George Wallington Grabham; Charles Grabham; Michael Comport Grabham; Frances Fry; Ann Wynne; John Wynne; Martin Balmer; Charlotte Fry; Emily Fry; Charles Fry; John Pedder and Rebecca the wife of the coplainant Michael Comport. re. will 12 Dec 1809, of John Boghurst [d.1818] the elder of Strood, Kent; lands & £25,000 in Bank of England annuities, many conditions of will and five codicils... C79/338, no. 3 [13]
1841 6 July Attorney General at the relation of William Crupper, Charles Cawley, and William Ellard v. John Malen, Matthew Jephcott, Thomas Cook, Thomas Hesom, Thomas Hancock, William Dester, and John Cook [Hayward Charity] re. John Hayward, and wife Margaret, by deed, in 13 King Henry VI [1434] gave their lands and tenements in Willoughby, and Woolscott, Walcott, Little Hardwick near Great Leamington, Bradwell and Thurlaston, to William Bartlett and others, their heirs and assigns, in trust, to employ yearly the issues thereof towards the repairs of the church of Willoughby, the payment of the fifteenths, and relief of the poor there, setting forth of soldiers, mending highways and causeways, and part of Sawbridge bridge in Willoughby; management of the funds. C78/2111, no. 2 [14]
1841 24 July Andrew Duncan v. John Chamberlain and Benjamin Skillman re. praying that Court might take an account of what was due for principal and interest in respect of sum of £550... C78/2132, no. 1 [15]
1841 24 July Frederick James Ibbetson, infant by Henry Teal his next friend v. Sir Charles Henry Ibbetson baronet, John Thomas Selwin, Dame Alicia Mary Ibbetson, Laura Ibbetson, Sir William Fowle Middleton baronet, Edwin Lascelles, Edward Marke, William Lister, Fenton Scott, Charles Winn, Thomas Whitmore, and Phllip Charlton, and Henry Earl of Harewood re. praying that the will and codicil of Sir Henry Carr Ibbetson [d.1825, of Otley, Yorks.] might be established and the trusts therof established be executed & an account made of estate and effects; whether the estates comprised in marriage settlement, were solely or primarily liable to pay the mortgage debts mentioned in the settlement, or whether his personal estate was primarily liable to pay those debts. C78/2118, no. 3 [16]
1841 3 Aug Joseph Bower, Edwin Walford Simcox, John Simcox, and Thomas Simcox v. Robert Massey re. indenture of mortgage 1 Mar 1823, Thomas Palmer of Coleshill, Warks; land in Lutterworth, Leics; insolvency. C78/2111, no. 3 [17]
1841 3 Aug Joseph Neeld v. Henry, duke of Beaufort and Granville, earl Granville when he should come into the jurisdiction; Fitzroy James Henry Somerset commonly called Lord Fitzroy, James Henry Somerset, John Colmer clerk, and William Coates vide below. re. praying that the Duke of Beaufort might be restrained by the Court from prosecuting an action for trespass, commenced by him against the complt [Duneley Gorse woodland near Littleton Drew, Wilts following 1839 enclosure]. C78/2120, no. 2 [18]
1841 3 Aug Henry, Duke of Beaufort v. William Tayler, Joseph Neeld, John Cobmer, William Coates, Henry Charles Fitzroy Somerset commonly called Marquis of Worcester, and Fitzroy James Henry Somerset commonly called Lord Fitzroy James Henry Somerset, and Granville, Earl Granville vide above. re. praying that the Court declare that the Duke of Beaufort (complt.) is not bound by document of 1 June 1839 [trespass on Duneley Gorse woodland near Littleton Drew, Wilts following 1839 enclosure]. C78/2122, no. 4 [19]
1841 6 Aug Baron Thomson William Andrew Charles de Biel infant by William John Blake of no. 62 Portland Place, Middlesex v Andrew Henry Poulett Thomson (since deceased), Charles Poulett Thomson (afterwards Baron Sydenham) and Charles Hammersley re. The complt. is executor of Mr. John Poulett Thomson’s will and the object of the suit is to obtain £10,000 with interest out of his assets of to which the respondent claims to be entitled, under a memorandum of agreement 3 June 1826, claimed to have been entered into between his father and Andrew Henry Poulett Thomson,and Charles Poulett Thompson, sons of the said J. P. Thomson, on his behalf, previously to the said marriage. C78/2118, no. 4 [20]
1841 16 Nov Alexander Hunter and James Bateman v. Thomas-Townsend-Aremberg, Lord Ventry re. request to Court to inspect decretal order, 29 June 1839, of Ireland Chancery Court. C78/2111, no. 4 [21]
1841 19 Nov Hannah Maria Trulock v. John Robey the younger re. descent of property at East Hendred, Berks [now in Oxfordshire, east of Wantage] mortgaged by Richard Hutchins, the complt's g-grandfather; equity of redemption of various copyhold lands. C78/2111, no. 5 [22]
1841 25 Nov Thomas Bourke Ricketts & Harriet his wife v. William Francis Bentinch Loftus re.indentures of lease and release, 26/27 April, 1790, made in contemplation of the marriage of General William Loftus with Lady Elizabeth Townshend, the manor or lordship of Killbride, Wicklow, and other real estates in Wicklow and Westmeath, were conveyed to the use of William Loftus for life, and then to trustees for terms of 100 and 200 years, upon trust for raising an annual sum for the jointure of Lady Elizabeth and portions for her children... C78/2140, no. 7 [23]
1841 2 Dec 5 William Howell & Margaret his wife; Jenkin Rees; Thomas Rees; and William Powell v. Jane Tyler; Thomas Tyler; Morgan Evan & Jane Mary his wife re. will 13 Mar 1788 of Thomas Tyler, par. Morgan [?Morganstown], Glam; costs of lawyer attending the executing of a commission. C79/338, no. 4 [24]
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