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| Hatton Tash gentleman v. Samford Thomas esq
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| re. ordered and decreed that it should be referred to Master Meller of this Court to compute what was due to the complainant, for principal and interest on the mortgage and to tax the complt. his costs of the said suit...
| C79/109, no.  [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C79no109/IMG_0711.htm]
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| William Leighton, esq, & his wife; John Jones; William Jones; and John Brame v. Edward Lenchton, baronet
| William Leighton, esq, & his wife; John Jones; William Jones; and John Brame v. Edward Leighton, baronet [Sir Edward Leighton, 2nd Baronet, 1681–1756]
| re. ordered and decreed that the defdnt. should forthwith deliver the possession of the premises in question to the plaintiffs respectively and that a perpetual injunction should be awarded for stay of the defendants proceedings at law...
| C78/1779, no. 7 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C78no1779/IMG_0107.htm]
| C78/1779, no. 7 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C78no1779/IMG_0107.htm]
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| Amy St Alban, widow and relict of John St Alban the elder of Holtford, Som, esq, her late husband; John St Alban the younger of Alfoxden, Som, esq; Lancelott St Alban; and Elizabeth Ewens, widow v. George St Alban; Hugh Sweeting, & Anne his wife; Margaret St Alban; Jane St Alban; Robert Methwen; John Sealy; and Arthur Towills
| Amy St Alban, widow and relict of John St Alban the elder of Holtford, Som, esq, her late husband; John St Alban the younger of Alfoxden, Som, esq; Lancelott St Alban; and Elizabeth Ewens, widow v. George St Alban; Hugh Sweeting, & Anne his wife; Margaret St Alban; Jane St Alban; Robert Methwen; John Sealy; and Arthur Towills
| re. marriage agreement complt. Amy and husband John St Alban; raising sums of money for purchase of lands to be settled...; terms and conditions.
| C78/1675, no. 1 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C78no1675/IMG_0001.htm]
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| John Hooper; Anne Hooper; and Margaret Hooper infants by Robert Young; John Jones & Mary his wife v. Richard March administrator with the will annexed of John Hooper merchant and Sarah his wife; William Twyford; and George Hooper an infantby his guardian
| John Hooper; Anne Hooper; and Margaret Hooper infants by Robert Young; John Jones & Mary his wife v. Richard March administrator with the will annexed of John Hooper merchant and Sarah his wife; William Twyford; and George Hooper an infant by his guardian
| re. ordered and decreed that the defndnt. Richard March should come to an account before Master Lightbonn of this Court for the personal estate of the testator John Hooper, come to his hands, or to the hands of any other person for his use...
| C79/111, no.  [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C79no111/IMG_0887.htm]
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1723 C78/, no. []
1723?? Nicholas Sylvester v. John Ord; Nicholas Parker; and Richard Cox re. loan £170 'about 10 years ago' (to renew his lease with the late lord Weymouth), by complt. Nicholas Sylvester from John Mainwaring (then a steward to lord Weymouth); secured on £340 penalty bond... C79/197, no. [2]
1723 (bill) Hilary term Francis Wigg [or Wige] of the vill or hamlet of Heath and Reach [Heath-with-Reach] in the par. of Leighton Buzzard, Beds, widow and relict of Richard Wigg late of the same place, gentleman and John Franke of London gentleman and John Ashwell of Leighton Buzzard scrivener, trustees for the inhabitants of Heath and Reach with respect to the chapel hereafter named v. Thomas Snow, clerke re. title to property belonging to John Wells in 1692 (and his ancestors time out of mind), viz. a certain messuage, cottage or tenement commonly called the Chappel house with a garden, orchard and backside thereto belonging, near unto an ancient chapel in Heath and Reach. C79/161, no. [3]
1723 19 Jan 9 Sir William Bowyer of Denham Court, Bucks, baronet, an infant, by William Bowyer, esq, his uncle v. Juliana Bowyer re. marriage agreement complt's father and mother (Cecil Bowyer and Juliana, dau. of Richard Parker of Thistleworth, Middx ) and an indenture 21 July 1707 between Sir William Bowyer [1639-1721], complt's. g-father and Cecil Bowyer [1684-1720], complt's. father... C78/1540, no. 9 [4]
1723 24 Jan 9 Barnabas Browne of Kingston upon Hull in the County of the same Town v. William Sherwood; George Audus and Mary his wife; Elizabeth Sherwood; Christopher Walker Surrender by William Browne, the complts late father decd, of one oxgang in the manor of Leven, Yorks to his sister Anne as security for a debt. Attempt to secure the reversion, although the payment had not been made by the original date stipulated C78/1440, no. 3 [5]
1723 24 Jan 9 John Lock of London, merchant v. James Nokes of London, merchant re. promises made by defdnt. James Nokes to complt. John Lock, as to latter's business to be transacted in Rotterdam, Holland during complt's business trip there... C78/1673, no. 1 [6]
1723 29 Jan 9 Percivall Lewis v. Thomas Moulton and the South Sea Company re. sale Aug 1720 of £500 worth of South Sea stock by complt.; use of his broker William Davey to sell to defdnt. Thomas Moulton ... C79/179, no. [7]
1723 29 Jan 9 Richard Shales an infant by Charles Shales his father v Charles Barrington and John Twisleton re. will 198 Apr 1708, of Lady Ann Franklyn widow decd (the commplt's g-mother) and her several houses, lands, tenements and hereditaments in Gloucs, Herts, Essex and elsewhere £1,000+ p.a. and personal estate of £20,000; bequests, conditions. C78/1384, no. 1 [8]
1723 29 Jan 9 Josias Berners citizen and apothecary of London v. Richard Longford administrator of William Longford decd re. loan 13 Sept 1720 £60, by William Longford, decsd. from complt. secured on penal bond £100; death Dec 1721 of William Longford. intestate and his considerable personal estate. C78/1445, no. 11 [9]
1723 4 Feb 9 Anne Thompson widow of James Thompson and William Adampson only son & executor of James Adampson decd v. Richard Thompson sole executor and residuary legatee of James Thompson Marriage settlement, James Thompson and the complt Anne. Rent charge on marsh at Spalding, Lincs. C78/1407, no. 1 [10]
1723 5 Feb 9 Thomas Chapple and Ellen his wife v. Elizabeth Moore, widow and relict of Giles Moore decd; Thomas Salter; Joane Palmer, widow; Edward Ratcliffe; Richard Moore; and William Sellecke Will of John Moore, the complt Ellen's father, and its failure to fulfil a promise to make her provision equal to her siblings. Also nuncupative will of Giles Moore. Tenements of Gadshayes and Lanveston. C78/1455, no. 7 [11]
1723 6 Feb 9 Thomas Peckham and Elizabeth his wife; George Palmer and Anne his wife; and James Creed and Anna Maria his wife; and Robert Bull an infant by the said James Creed v. John Merlott; Dame Elizabeth Farrington, widow & executrix of Sir Richard Farrington decd; and Elizabeth Farrington, widow & executrix of John Farrington decd re. death 11 Aug 1719, of sir Richard Farrington [Sir Richard Farington, 1st Baronet, c.1644–1719] without issue and without disposition of his four closes of lands (52 acres, £22 p.a.) in par. Westhampnett [West Sussex], and of divers lands in same county... C78/1481, no. 3 [12]
1723 8 Feb 9 James Wallis and Hannah his wife (late wife of Thomas Brightwell decd) v. Loftus Brightwell, elder brother of the said Thomas Brightwell, and his heir at law; and William Freeman a co-trustee with the complt James Wallis for the complt Hannah re. will 26 Dec 1676, of Samuel Brightwell (father of Thomas Brightwell) and a marriage agreement 8 Jan 1657, Samuel Brightwell and wife Anne. C78/1488, no. 11 [13]
1723 9 Feb 9 Frances Shaftoe v. Andrew Kenedy and Barbara his wife re. will of Thomas Shaftoe (d.1695 leaving five daus.), and his estate in Bishopsley, Stanhope, Co Durham; City of Exeter, Devon and elsewhere in Devon and Cornwall; and Newcastle upon Tyne; his lead mines, rakes or seams of lead. C78/1488, no. 1 [14]
1723 13 Feb 9 Grace Heriot widow v. William Pocklington gentleman and John Woodhouse, doctor in physick re.loan 15/16 Dec 1712 £200, by John Woodhouse from complt. Grace Heriot, secured on lands at Barkhamstead [Berkhamsted], Herts. and at Ashley Green par. Chesham in Bucks. C78/2037, no. 14 [15]
1723 15 Feb 13 Francis Pack; and Edward Foreman v. William Pettit, & Elizabeth his wife; John Griffen; Thomas Ruck; and John Ruck re. loan £250 10 Oct 22Charles II [1670-1], by Daniel Ruck from his brother Thomas Ruck, secured on messuage or tenement commonly called by the sign of 'The Cock' with brewhouse, malthouse, stables, buildings, courts, yards, gardens and backsides, situate in Eleham Town [Elham], Kent, adjoining to the Market Place... and one other messuage. C78/1507, no. 13 [16]
1723 16 Feb 9 Anne Arnold of Betchworth, Surrey, widow and executrix of Richard Arnold late of Betchworth, gentleman v. Richard Arnold and Thomas Arnold an infant re. Thomas Arnold decsd., late of Horsted Caines, Sussex [Horsted Keynes, West Sussex] a messuage or tenement called Kemps and also land in the manorr of East Betchworth, Surrey called Harebeating lying near a hill called Betchworth Hill, 17 acres, for securing the payment of £500 with interest did 12 Dec 1693, mortgage and surrender the said lands and premises into the hands of the Lord of the Manor... C78/2049, no. 13 [17]
1723 23 Feb 9 Elizabeth Langford, widow and relict of John Langford late of Bideford, Devon decd v. Sarah Langdon the wife of George Langdon; Walter Langford; John Reynolds; and John Nash Complts jointure. Estates called Wood and Kingdon in the parishes of Morewinstow [Morwenstow, Corn.] and Alverdiscott in Cornwall & Devon, and also in the parishes of Bideford, Pyworthy, Great Torrington, Abbotsham and Northam in Devon. C78/1455, no. 6 [18]
1723 26 Feb 9 George Sherston clerk & Elizabeth his wife v. William Langworthy esq; and Walter Hole gentleman re. ordered and decreed that £50 p.a be paid to the complaints for the maintenance of the complt. Elizabeth out of rents and profits of the trust estate until she should attain 21 years... C79/78, no. [19]
1723 26 Feb 9 Leonora Frederick, widow of Thomas Frederick decd v. Thomas Frederick, John Frederick and Charles Frederick, infants, 3 grandsons of the said Thomas Frederick decd, by Thomas Frederick their father; William Peer Williams, John Borsett and Robert Chapman trustees and executors of the said Thomas Frederick; John Frederick, Thomas Frederick, Mary Frederick, Leonora Frederick, and James Lannoy and Jane his wife children of the said testator; and Joseph Herne executor of Frederick Herne executor of Sir Joseph Herne Estate of Thomas Frederick decd. Refs previous decree of 25 August 1721. Includes extensive schedule of accounts C78/1446, no. 2 [20]
1723 1 March 9 John Cater v. Sir Richard Osbaldeston [1655-1728], knight; William Osbaldeston, esq; Robert Mounckton, esq; John Dawson; james Heath; Thomas Wrightson; Thomas Bradshaw; Anthony Todd; John Fountain son and heir and executor of Thomas Fountain, esq re. ordered and decreed that the complt. John Cater should be paid the arrears of the annuity of £40 from the said defendant John Fountain during such time as his testator Thomas Fountain [or Fountayne,] was in possession of the estate charged therewith and by the several defendants... C78/1831, no. 5 [21]
1723 1 March 9 Richard Coxeter, esq v. Henry Anderson re. articles of apprenticeship 24 June 1712, that the complt's son who had served two years and a half to one Prickman, a mercer who failed, should be turned over to the defendant Henry Anderson to serve the residue of seven years and the complt. to pay, and did pay the defdnt. £40, that the defdnt. pretended ill health & desired to quit his trade two years before the seven years were expired, and to that end... C78/1705, no. 2 [22]
1723 5 March Stephen Offley of Norton Hall [Sheffield], Yorks, esq; Joseph Offley eldest son of said Stephen Offley and Stephen Offley second son of the said Stephen Offly being infants by Stephen Offley their father v. James Lowther of the Middle Temple esq and William Avery of the same place esq re. will 30 June 1719, of Joseph Offley [d.1721, unmarried] of the Middle Temple and his very considerable freehold and copyhold estate in Surrey, Middlesex, Bedford., and Essex; bequests and conditions... C79/115, no. [23]
1723 6 Mar 9 Sir Phillip Jackson of Pontrilas, Herefs, son & heir of Edward Jackson late of the Middle Temple v. William Crosby and Constant his wife; Christopher Woodward, infant; John Devall and Hester his wife; Margaret Wintour; and Thomas Woodward re. marriage settlement 28/29 Aug 1693, Edward Jackson of the Middle Temple, and the deft Constant, daughter of Christopher Woodward late of the Moate in the parish of Newent, Gloucs (complt's parents); £100 p.a. to Constant for life, after death of Edward Jackson and further monies to be paid by William Wintour and William Markey... C78/1443, no. 4 [24]
1723 11 March 9 John Wingfield esq & Elizabeth his wife; Edward Horsman & Alice his wife v. the lady Margaret Oldfield widow and relict of Sir John Oldfield; Beaupre Bell esq & Margaret his wife; and Anthony Wingfield esq re. will June 1704, of Sir John Oldfield [1659-1705] and his divers freehold and copyhold manors, lands and hereditaments and divers leasehold estates; bequests to his daus., the complts. Elizabeth [1686-1769] and Alice [1682-1742], £3,000 each. C79/32, no. [25]
1723 12 March 9 Lawrence Cleater & Anne his wife executrix of Isaac le Towsey v. John Pickering the elder & Margaret his wife; John Pickering the younger; Anne Pickering; Elizabeth Pickering; and Agnes Pickering children of said John Pickering the elder; Isaac le Towsey; John Kitchin; and William Thornburgh re. conveyance 24 Feb 1699 £70 by Robert Simpson to Nicholas Wilson, a messuage, tenement and lands called Lowbridge House in par. Fawcett Forest, Westmorland [now Cumbria]; provisos. C79/1, no. [26]
1723 12 March 9 William Blanch; Hannah Blanch; Thomas Blanch; Katherine Blanch; and John Blanch, infants by said William Blanch their brother v. John Gregory, & Hester his wife re. will 11 May 1704 of Catherine Cox (complts'. late g-mother), bequest to five g-sons, messuage or tenement called the Lady House [now Corner Cottage] in par. Ashton Keynes, Wilts. with lands thereto belonging... C78/1618, no. 8 [27]
1723 12 March 9 William Browne one of the brothers of Edmond Browne of St Stephens near St Albans, gentleman; William Browne jr eldest son of said William Browne sr; George Browne another of the brothers of said Edmond Browne; Bridget and Elizabeth Browne; Samuel Scruton & Christian his wife; the said Bridgett, Elizabeth, and Christian being all the children of said George Browne; Dorothy Cary widow daughter of Appolonia Maddox, who was one of the sisters of said Edmond Browne; Margaret Barnsley widow another sister of the said Browne; _____ Robinson & Sybilla his wife, which said Sybella and Margaret are all the children of Margaret Barnsley; John Blane & Mary his wife, which said Mary is one of the children of John Browne deceased who was another of the brothers of said Edmond Browne; Dorothy Browne spinster another daughter of said John Browne; Walter Browne another brother of said Edmond Browne v. Rupert Browne esq & Sybella his wife; Dorothy Mulgrave; Thomas Townley; Thomas Browne; James Browne; and Thomas Gatchell & Elizabeth his wife re. will 20 Aug 1712, of Edmund Browne, having no wife or child, but six brothers and four sisters, nieces and nephews; his very considerable personal estate. of all sorts, to the value of £5,000 C78/1894, no. 2 [28]
1723 12 March 9 John Bletsoe executor of Thomas Bletsoe decd v. Charles Sheppard the surviving executor of Francis Grey junr decd; and William Henry Sheppard son, heir and administrator of John Sheppard decd re. title to late Thomas Bletsoe's undivided moiety of the demesne of the manor of Rushden consisting of arable land, ley, meadows and pasture ground in Rushden, Higham Ferrers and elsewhere in Northants... and that Francis Grey at his death was seized of the other undivided moiety.. C78/1411, no. 3 [29]
1723 12 Mar 9 Christopher Sanford; and Sarah Sanford an infant by the said Christopher Sanford her father v. William Hill; and Nicholas Wood Sale by the complt of a tenement called Cocks Tenement in the parish of Kenn in Devon, and some of the proceeds held in trust for his late wife's jointure, and subsequently for his daughter the complt Sarah. C78/1455, no. 4 [30]
1723 12 March 9 John Norton v. Michael Bovell; and Elizabeth Grice widow re. bill of exchange £21, Norwich July third 1718 drawn by Francis Johnson upon Tomothy Perry handed by complt. to John Grice, payable to John Newman or order... C78/1586, no. 5 [31]
1723 13 March 9 Sir Daniel O'Carroll knight v. Sir John Lambert baronet; John Lambert esq his son; David Godin; John Carroll; and Kenny Carroll re. April 1720 complt. ordered the defdt. sir John Lambert to buy for and on the complt's account, £1,500 South Sea Stock stock at current market price...;Defendants the Lamberts being merchants and bankers in London having dealings with Mr Edward Grean, the complainants uncle, and Company eminent merchants and bankers at Madrid in Spain and defndts. John and Kenny Carroll complts. Brothers considerable merchants and bankers at Paris France... C78/1916, no. 3 [32]
1723 15 March 9 Right Honorable Charles Frederick Delatour, marquis of Gouvernet [Charles Frédéric de La Tour du Pin de Bourlon, marquis de Gouvernet, 1694-1775] , France v. William Cornish; and John Paltock re. several annuities of Hester [?Esther, 1637-1722] Marchioness of Gouvernet, g-mother of complt., payable at the Exchequer at Westminster. C78/1812, no. 9 [33]
1723 15 March 9 Leonard Hamond, an infant, by Thomas Hamond v. Elizabeth Hammond, widow re. descent of messuages, tenements, lands and hereditaments in Kent, Surrey, London and Middx. of Leonard Hammond, the complt's father. C78/1512, no. 3 [34]
1723 25 March 9 John Mills, son and heir of John Mills, gent; William Mills; Mary Mills; and Sarah Mills the younger, children of the said John Mills being all infants, by Elizabeth Lewen v. Robert Cornwall, esq, & Sarah the wife late wife of the said John Mills; William Parker, esq; Mary Best, widow; Henry Perris; Richard Nicholls; Abraham Fowler; The Governor and Company of the Bank of England; and the Governor and Company of Merchants Trading to the South Seas and for the Encouragement of the Fishery re. marriage agreement 29 June 1709, John Mills deceased and Sarah Cornwall, then Sarah West (complt's parents); purchase of lands, annuities and exchequer leases. C78/1767, no. 15 [35]
1723 23 Apr 9 Thomas Freame, principal creditor and administrator de bonis non with the will annexed of Phillip Herbert unadministered by Marianne his late widow & executrix; Robert Garrard and Marianne his wife; and Frances Herbert an infant (which said Marianne & Frances were two of the daughters & coheirs of the said Phillip Herbert & Marianne his wife); and Thomas Herbert, son & heir of Edward Herbert & Elizabeth his wife decd, the other daughter of the said Phillip Herbert and his said wife (and the grandson & other coheir of the said Phillip Herbert and his said wife) an infant v. Richard Lawrence re. letters of attorney issued by John Spame who was surgeon (1705) to her late Majesty Queen Anne's hospital near Kingston, Jamaica concerning Phillip Herbert... C78/1488, no. 7 [36]
1723 27 April 9 Thomas Hibbard, & Anne his wife; Mary Smith; Eleanor Smith; and John Smith, which Anne, Mary, Eleanor, and John were all children of David Smith and were all infants, by Benjamin Smith their uncle v. John Briddis & Eleanor his wife, which said Eleanor was late wife of said David Smith and mother to said complainants Anne, Mary, Eleanor, and John Smith re. will of David Smith (complts' late father), citizen and freeman of London, who died intestate 27 February 1714, without making his will or any disposition of his estate; his considerable personal estate... C78/1553, no. 3 [37]
1723 30 April 9 John York the younger v. Anne Trigg, widow; Joshua Appleton, a lunatic by said Ann Trigg his committee; Thomas Clarke; Alexander Harrock; and Mary York re. will 30 Sept 1690, of Henry Appleton and his considerable freehold and copyhold estate of £400+ p.a. lying in the towns and parishes of Creeting, Needham [Needham Market], Farnham, Spexhall, Holton, Wissett and elsewhere in Suffolk & of a messuage and lands in Rumford [Romford], Essex and of divers lands and tenements in Gloucs... C78/1737, no. 2 [38]
1723 4 May 9 William Killingbeck v Theophilus Calverley, gent; and several others (sic) Complts rights to freehold & other property at Leeds, Yorkshire, formerly of Thomas Killingbeck (his grandfather), William Killingbeck (his uncle) & Thomas Killingbeck (his father) all decd C78/1808, no. 5 [39]
1723 4 May 9 Richard Cotton son & heir apparent of Thomas Cotton of Hasty [?Hadly], Shropshire by Ann the eldest daughter and one of the coheires of Richard Upton late of Waters Upton, Shropshire decd; Robert Davies and Margaret his wife [.....] daughter and another of the coheirs of the said Richard Upton; Alice Upton, spinster, fourth daughter and another of the coheires of the said Richard Upton; and Francis Arnway and Joanna his wife fifth daughter and another of the coheirs of the said Richard Upton v. Dorothy Wase, widow and John Wase her son; Richard Price; and Mary Hand, widow re. marriage agreement 1630, Richard Upton, the elder (father of Richard Upton) and Mary & the descent of capital messuage or tenement in Waters Upton [Salop] and other messuage or tenement called the Lower House with lands, meadows and pastures... C78/1473, no. 1 [40]
1723 6 May 9 Thomas Clement & Elizabeth his wife daughter of Anne Case v. Mary Pope widow; Michael Pope an infant; and Michael Pope merchant the said infant's grandfather re. demise by mayor, burgesses and commonality of Bristol by lease 25 March 1660, to William Baldwin, certain void grounds lying in the castle precincts, within the city of Bristol, near the castle gate, being since built into two houses, with the appurtenances, which were the premises in question, for sixty years, under the yearly rent of six pounds... C78/2052, no. 4 [41]
1723 8 May 9 James Oades v. Thomas Theed re. loan £800 1714, by Thomas Theed from complt. James Oades secured on the manor and divers messuages, lands, tenements and hereditaments in Starton alias Staverton [near Daventry], Northants. C78/1448, no. 7 [42]
1723 8 May 9 Barbara Jordan of Isleworth, Middx, widow and relict of John Jordan, her late husband v. William Jordan; James Jordan; John Reading, & Mary his wife; and Anne Denman re. will 23 May 1696 and codicil 20 Feb 1697, of John Church of Sunninghill, Berks; to dau. Barbara Jordan, lands tenements and hereditaments in Sunninghill and Wingfield [Winkfield] which he had purchased of Mr Gregory and also the lease of an orchard held of John Alridge, adjoining to the the testator's house in Sunninghill.. and £200... C78/1789, no. 4 [43]
1723 10 May 9 Robert Calland & Hannah his wife both since deceased; John Calland son of the said Robert Calland; Henry Edwards & Hannah his wife one of the daughters of said Robert Calland; James Calland; Sarah Calland; Robert Calland infants and other children of the said Robert Calland sr by said Hannah their mother for themselves and the rest of the legatees named in the will of James Calland who contribute to the suit v. William Frigason executor of said James Burton re. will 24 Apr 1720 of James Burton & his considerable personal estate, ready money, securities for money, plate, household goods etc., value £1,000; alleged obligations to Robert Calland the elder, with whom he had lodged and boarded 70 years before... C78/1905, no. 8 [44]
1723 10 May 9 Richard Capper v. Katherine Titus Heriots due to William Strengfellow from 2/3 parts of the manor of Bushey, Herts C78/1455, no. 5 [45]
1723 11 May 9 John Andrews, gent; Mary Hatfield, wife of Thomas Hatfield of London, merchant; Susanna Carter the wife of Thomas Carter of London, mercer, by the said John Andrews their next friend; and Thomas Corbett of London, sugar baker; and Sybill his wife, which said John Andrews, Mary Hatfield, Susanna Carter, and Sybill Corbett were four of the children of John Andrews, citizen and woolman of London v. Hannah Andrews, another daughter and also the executrix of said John Andrews, who afterwards intermarried with William Harrison; the said Thomas Hatfield; Thomas Carter; Elizabeth Clarke, spinster; and Sarah Andrews the widow and relict of said John Andrews re. marriage agreement the complt. Mary Hatfield and the defendant Thomas Hatfield and monies totalling £1,500, received 6 May 1712, from John Andrews now deceased... C78/1572, no. 2 [46]
1723 18 May 9 William Allain and Thomas Robert Allain infants by Mary Allain their mother v. Esther Alleyne, widow and Samuel Stephenson Alleyne re. claims of complts. who were sons of William Allain (died May 1711) to title of several copyhold messuages, tenements and cottages in East Smithfield in the par. of Stebenheath alias Stepney, Middx., value £250+ p.a. according to the custom of the said Manor. C78/1800, no. 9 [47]
1723 21 May 9 Martha Elmer, spinster v. John Elmer; Richard Elmer; Robert Hunt; Johanna Elmer; Richard Davies; and Walters (sic) re. will 1690, of Mercy Leake and several copyhold tenements in Hampton, Middx; bequest to Richard Elmer, her nephew and his wife Anne. C78/1512, no. 2 [48]
1723 24 May 9 Benjamin Bradley; John Hyde; and Jonathan Scarth, surviving assignees of Nicholas Tourton; Isaac Ginger; and George Tobias, ginger merchants, bankrupts v. Sir Cesar Child; Sir Gregory Page, baronets; Elihu Yale; Roger Bradyll; and Thomas Gibson, esq, surviving assignees of Sir Stephen Evance and William Hales; and said William Hales re. frequent advances to to Sir Stephen Evance and partners of very great sums of money and deposits of several public stocks without allowance of interest, but in kindness to them... C78/1545, no. 1 [49]
1723 25 May 9 Talbott Harris; Charles Huntbach; John Meadowcourt and Catherine his wife; Mary Steynor, widow; and Barbara Harris, spinster v. Revd Dr Edmund Gibson, then Lord Bishop of Lincoln and Margaret his wife; and Doctor John Bettesworth and Elizabeth his wife; Richard Sharman; Elizabeth Oakeley, widow; William Baron; Mary Penrice, widow; John Steynor; Olive Clifford, widow; Mary Acton, widow; Rowland Collins; Daniel Brown; Thomas Amphlett; and John Taylor re. will 13 Feb 6George1 [1719-20], of Talbott Barker of Droitwich, Worcs. and his diverse freehold messuages, lands, tenements and hereditaments in the several counties of Gloucs, Worcs. Montgomeryshire and and elsewhere in Great Britain; bequests to complts. who were his next cousons and heirs... C78/1480, no. 6 [50]
1723 29 May 9 Francis Bythell, gent; Robert Maddocks; John Harrison, clerk; Thomas Legerton; Samet Root; William Barvey; John Ower; Walter Poulter; William Doe; William Boreham; William Smith, jr; John Doe; John Fitch; Cornelius Browne, jr; Joseph Brand, copyhold tenants of the manor of Weathersfield [?Wethersfield, Essex] on behalf of themselves and all other copyhold tenants of the said manor whose lands are comprised in the decree set forth in the case and who seek relief and contribute to the suit v. Joseph Clerke an infant son and heir of John Clarke esq lord of the manor by his guardian John Tweed his steward; and John Davile esq, executor of William Lingwood, esq a former steward re. claims concerning the customs of the manor and messuages, lands, woods, wastes, commons, rents services and hereditaments, parcel of the manor which had been demised and demisable by copy of court roll in fee simple...in Weathersfield [Wethersfield, Essex]. C78/1818, no. 5 [51]
1723 29 May 9 Jonas Benjamin, gent v. John Aldred, esq re. agreement between Thomas Benjamin, purser and John Aldred, captain of HMS Rochester 1703 to 1705, sailing towards Denmark and Sweden, that they should trade together in wines and brandies and other merchandise, profits and losses to be equally shared... C78/1555, no. 4 [52]
1723 30 May 9 William Dalston son and heir of Nathaniel Dalston, yeoman and also nephew and heir of William dalston also decesed an infant v. Catherine Cotesworth re. title to parcel of waste ground lying at North Shields in Northumberland, for the remainder of a term of 1000 years, granted in the year 1655, to William Dalston, the complainants late uncle... C78/1933, no. 7 [53]
1723 15 June 9 John Bean v. Richard Lluellin and Elizabeth his wife; Robert Grisdale; and John Batchler re. marriage settlement 20/21 Aug 1694, Ann Collins daughter of Samuel Collins & Marshall Smith, all that capital messuage and tenement called Clapham Farm, Litlington, Sussex, formerly in tenure of Henry Bean, the complts late father. Will 2 Oct 1707 ('to prevent as much as possible all disputes'), of Samuel Collins, doctor in physick of St Martins in the Fields, Middx. C78/1449, no. 3 [54]
1723 21 June 9 Elizabeth Blest, widow v. Bulkley Markworth; Thomas Swinnerton & William Huxley re. marriage agreement 10 May 1650, between the complt, then Elizabeth Bury, and Hatchett Huxley eldest son of James Huxley late of Longslow [in Market Drayton par.], Shropshire, yeoman, £170 portion and all that messuage or tenement in Longslow with all lands belonging... C78/1405, no. 2 [55]
1723 21 June 9 Charles Stoddard of Eglingham, Northumberland, clerk; and James Allgood of Ingram, Northumberland, bachelor in divinity v. James Ilderton, the father; and James Ilderton the son re. trust settlement 30 Mar 1682, of the estate of Patritious Crow in Flinthill & Rosden in the parish of Ilderton, Northumberland. C78/1507, no. 8 [56]
1723 21 June 9 Sir Robert Raymond, Attorney General at the relation of Jonathan Brown; John Palmer; and Richard Withalls three of the poor merchants belonging to the College (in the information hereinafter recited [College for Poor Merchants at Great Stonefield nr Blackheath in Kent, endowed by Sir John Morden of Ricklemarsh als Wickemarsh [Wricklemarsh Manor], Charlton, Kent]); and John Plymley, clerk, chaplain to the said College v. Sir Charles Peers; Natahniel Brand; Sir Peter Delme; John Hanger; Phillip Pappillion; Richard Chiswell; Thomas Cooke; Kenelme Fawkner; and Rebecca Adams re. will and codicil 9 Mar 1702, of sir John Morden [1623-1708] of Ricklemarsh als Wickemarsh [Wricklemarsh] of par. Charlton, Kent; his real estate £1,170+ p.a. and very considerable personal estate (though not sufficient to pay all debts); bequests, founding of Morden College for 'poor Merchants...and such as have lost their Estates by accidents, dangers and perils of the seas'. C78/1470, no. 5 [57]
1723 27 June 9 Edward Smith, son and heir apparent of Roger Smith clerk an infant by the Right Honorable John Smith, lord chief baron of the exchequer in North Britain; Hugh Smith; and Mountague Smith esqs; Roger Smith, esq; Edward Smith; said Right Honorable John Smith esq; Thomas Smith, gent; George Tushingham, gent, & Mary his wife; and Thomas Smith esq v. Dame Elizabeth Smith; Francis Mollineaux; Thomas Alcock; and Samuel Smith re. will 8 Jan 1720, of sir Edward Smith [c.1655-Feb 1721] late of Edmondthorpe, Leics. and his diverse messuages, lands, tenements and hereditaments in Leics. and Rutland £2,000+ p.a. & considerable personal estate; no issue and minded to settle and continue his estate and his name and family... C78/1799, no. 7 [58]
1723 29 June 9 Richard Harris v. Samuel Edwards; and John Crabb re. several loans by Samuel Edwards; and John Crabb from complt. Richard Harris secured by promissory notes 15 Sept 1719, 15 July 1719, ?9 Aug 1719, 28 Sept 1719, 13 Nov 1719, 23 Jan 1719 etc., etc...; co-partnership of wool staplers. C78/1765, no. 4 [59]
1723 29 June 9 Joseph Ewar; and Christian Ewar v. Elizabeth Corbett, widow and relict of Thomas Corbett; and Thomas Corbett; and Paul Corbett, their sons re. will 1 Dec 1685, James Ewar of Southwark, bricklayer (complt's late g-father) and his divers messuages, lands and tenements of about £300 p.a. value, in or near Ewar Street [Ewer Street, SE1] in Southwark part held of the bishop of Winchester at £12 p.a. rent; bequest of all houses on south side, from Quaker meeting House to Gravel Lane, to his wife...
1723 2 July 9 John Mordaunt, gent v. Roger Thompson; and Eustace Petty re. alleged fraud on complt. John Mordaunt concerning conveyance 12 Jul 1720, of certain lands in Hadleigh, Suffolk. C78/1709, no. 2 [60]
1723 2 July 9 Thomas Yarburgh, gent v. Ricahrd Thwaites, gent re. defendant Richard Thwaites prevailed upon complt's sister 1 July 1719, to pay him money before their proposed marriage... C78/1548, no. 1 [61]
1723 3 July 9 Christian the wife of Nathaniel Poole, by Thomas Marriott; and also Hannah Poole, Sarah Poole, Mary Poole and Nathaniel Poole children of the said Christian by the said Nathaniel her husband, infants by Thomas Marriott v. Nathaniel Poole; William Clayton; Sarah Wellins; Richard Turner; Richard Wellins; and James Moore Sale of messuage in Great Amwell, Herts known by the name of the Peacock, in trust to settle Nathaniel Poole's debts, and make some provision for the complt and her children.. C78/1428, no. 1 [62]
1723 5 July 9 John Lyndford of Kensington, Middx, yeoman v. John Thurloe Brace esq and Joseph Biscoe gentleman re. complt. Lyndford, having farmed lands at Earls Court in the par. of Kensington for 30 years made an agreement with defendant for a lease of lands at Brompton, late in the occupation of Joseph Carpenter, and also a farm called Clarks Farm at or near Earls Court... C78/1933, no. 6 [63]
1723 5 July 9 Cuthbert Mastyn of St Margarets, Middx v John Legg; William Ordway; James Perry; Charles Grunsell; and Alexander Hazelar re. loan £700 23 July 5George [1718-19], by John Legg [carpenter] from complt. Cuthbert Mastyn, secured on several plots of ground, part of Conduit Meade, St Martins in the Fields, Middx. on the south side of a new intended street to be called Conduit Street [W1]. C78/1402, no. 6 [64]
1723 5 July 9 Archer Bedford, clerk, rector of Newton St Loe, Som v. John Harrington, esq; Walter Robinson, esq; Charles Bave, doctor in physick; George Cobb, & Anne his wife; Joseph Langton, esq, an infant by his guardian; and Robert Fry, esq, & Frances his wife re. descent of, title to, considerable real estate of manors, messuages & tenements on co. Somerset & great personal estate of late Joseph Langton the elder; indenture of lease and release 24/25 Oct 1717. C78/1500, no. 3 [65]
1723 8 July 9 George Howgrave v. Bridget Smith; Mary Smith; and Elizabeth Smith re. loans totalling £115, by Bridget Smith (d. intestate in May 1714) from complt; her undivided moiety of messuage or tenement & 38 acres of pasture ground in Freiston and Fishtoft, [Lincs]. C78/1958, no. 5 [66]
1723 9 July 9 Thomas Stokes, jr, gent v. William James, sr, & Jane his wife; William James, jr; Mary James; Hester Belsire, widow; and Richard Belsire a lunatic re. agreement by Thomas Stokes to purchase for £1,260 a messuage called Suttons and all the closes, lands and premises thereto belonging in par. Yate, Gloucs. from Mary James of ?Subley in par. Lidney [Lydney], Gloucs. C78/1779, no. 6 [67]
1723 9 July 9 William Lee, gent v. David Medley re. agreement to sell by defdnt. to complt. 14 Nov 1720, messuage or tenement with barn, orchard, garden and appurtenances(commonly reputed to consist of 2 burgages), situate in Micklegate in Pontefract, York. C78/1768, no. 8 [68]
1723 9 July 9 John Trenchard, esq; Frances Hippesley, widow; William Hippesley an infant by said Frances v. George Wanley; Richard Nicholls since deceased; and Abraham Fowler re. will 5 June 1714, of dame Frances Neale, widow, bequest £100 to her nephew William Hippesley, son of John, to be paid to complt. Trenchard within 12 months of her decease, in trust for said William Hippersley... C78/1768, no. 7 [69]
1723 11 July 9 Lawrence Willy v. Robert Gyllingham, clerk; and Samuel Willmott re. dispute over rent in Feb 1707 of an estate at Ilebrewers [Isle Brewers], Soms. at £30 p.a. by complt. from defendt. C78/1736, no. 7 [70]
1723 11 July 9 Dean and Chapter of the Collegiate Church of St Peters, Westminster v. Henry Smith, esq, & Margaret his wife re. indenture 11 Feb 11Anne [1712-13] of Dr Robert South and his close of pasture or meadow ground called Pryors furze and Ram close in Cuddislowe alias Cuttislowe [Cutteslowe], and annual fee farm rent £6 14s 8d out of Hasney Downe alias Cassingdon [Cassington] & several pieces of arable in Woolvercott [Wolvercote], Oxon... manor of Goddington [Godington] in Oxon. and Bucks. or one of them, & annuities... C78/1512, no. 4 [71]
1723 12 July 9 Symon Mayne the elder of Dinton, Bucks, esq v. Edward Sparkes; and Isaac Byddall re. indenture 20 June 1550(sic) of Walter Phillips dean of Rochester Cathedral, Kent, demised to John Flitch, rectories of Haddenham, Coddington [Cuddington] and Kingsey [Bucks] and tithes, emoluments, oblations, patronages, advowsons and profits, together with the reversions of the premises; descent and title... C78/1779, no. 8 [72]
1723 12 July 9 Rebecca Crowther, widow; Frances Crowther, her daughter; Anne Chidley; and Charles Green an infant about 10 years old, by said Anne Chidley, creditors and legatees of Charles Young of St Giles in the Fields, Middx, gent, for themselves and for other creditors and legatees of said Charles Young (excepting the defendants) who contribute to the suit v. Thomas Jackson, esq, and Frances his wife, sister and heir at law of said Charles Young; George Jackson; and Winifred Jackson, son and daughter of said Thomas and Frances Jackson; Richard Morgan; George Welham; and Robert Burton, esq re. debt of late Charles Young to complt. Robert Crowther by bond 31 Aug 1709, £200 penalty to pay £100 on 1 Sept 1710 woth interest 5% and conditions...; capital messuage or tenement in Threadneedle Street, London called the Crowne Taverne with the toft soil and ground whereupon it was built & passage leading thereto.... C78/1553, no. 7 [73]
1723 15 July 9 John Walter of Busbridge, Surrey, esq; and Thomas Stewart of Chelsea, Middx, esq v. William Glanvill of Soho Square of St Anne, Middx, esq; and William Elson of Chichester, Sussex, esq re. will 29 April 1704, William Elson the elder and his manor of Selsey and divers lands and tenements in Sussex & manors, lands and tenements in co. of Southton [i.e. Hants]; bequests and conditions. C78/1675, no. 2 [74]
1723 16 July 9 Thomas Edwards the elder of Bristol, esq; Edward Jacob; and John Blackwell of Bristol, merchants; Charles Gresley of Bristol, apothecary; Richard Couch of Bristol, taylor; Thomas Hungerford, jr, of Bristol, woolen draper; Nathaniel Gridley of Bristol, confectioner; William Bush of Bristol, confectioner; William Bush of Bristol, linen draper; Mary Weaver of Bristol, millener; John Davis of Bristol, coachmaker; Charles Ireland of Bristol, soap boiler and chandler; mary Davis, widow; Richard Shuckburgh of London, millener; Mathew Vernon; Henry de Chair; and Anthony Webster of London, mercers; and William Taylor of Covent Garden, taylor for themselves and for the other creditors of Charles William, late earl of Suffolk and Bindon v. Edward, earl of of Suffolk; the Honorable Charles Howard, esq; and Henry Howard, esq, his son; The Right Honorable Thomas, lord Howard of Effingham; and Francis Howard, esq, brother of the said lord Howard; Sir John Smyth, baronet; John Wale; Thomas Edwards the younger, esq; and Walter Edwards, gent re. debts of Charles William, late earl of Suffolk [Charles William Howard, 7th Earl of Suffolk, 1693–1722]; bargaine and sale 31 Mar 1721, the late earl conveyed all his farms, manors, messuages, lands, tenements, rectories, advowsons, woods & hereditaments in the several parishes, hamlets or precincts of Walden [Saffron Walden], Little Walden, Littlebury, Great Chesterford, Little Chesterford, Hadstock, Ashdon, Newport, Widdington, Wendens & Debden in Essex... C78/1690, no. 3 [75]
1723 17 July 9 Anne Badmering and Elizabeth Badmering of Ashington, Sussex, spinsters and coheirs of Thomas Badmering late of Wiston, Sussex, gentleman and also administrants of the goods, chattles, etc of Thomas Badmering v. Thomas Pyke; Thomas Elliott, and John Grover re. death Oct 1719, of Thomas Bademering, intestate, and descent of his farm, lands, tenements and hereditaments called Dudington farm £160 p.a. in Wiston, & arm, lands, tenements and hereditaments called Ham farm £30 p.a.. in or near Wiston [West Sussex]. C79/127, no. [76]
1723 17 July 9 John Torre, clerke v. Charles Wills an infant; Elizabeth Wills, widow, his grandmother; George Yeo; Abraham Sault; Dionis Rouse; Peter Greenwood; Agnes Rouse, widow, since married to Thomas Knighton; and John Torre jun Customary lands in the duchy manor of Tremerton, Cornwall, surrendered in trust by George Yeo, late of Burraton in the parish of St Stephens next Saltash, Cornwall, decd to his brother in law Francis Wills (since decd). C78/1458, no. 3 [77]
1723 18 July 9 William Benger v. Robert Drew; and William Holloway re. It was ordered and decreed that the complainant should be quieted in the possession of the copyhold estate in question and that a perpetual injunction should be awarded for stay of the defendants proceedings at law for recovery thereof and that the defendant Drew should assign and surrender all his estate... C78/1553, no. 2 [78]
1723 18 July 9 Sir Robert Raymond, knight, Attorney General, at the relation of the Reverend William Savage, doctor in divinity, master of Emanuel College, University of Cambridge; and the Fellows and Scholars of the same college v. Thomas Tovey, gent; and The Mayor and Commonalty and Citizens of the City of London, Governors of the Possessions, Revenues, and Goods of the Hospitals of Edward VI, King of England, of Christ Brideswell and St Thomas the Apostle re. will 15 Sept 1720, of Richard Gillingham, late vicar of Chigwell, Essex; his desire to add a new fellowship unto the foundation of Emmanuel College of which college he had been a member... C78/1540, no. 3 [79]
1723 18 July 9 Edward Pole of Barton in the Beanes [Barton in Fabis], Notts, esq, & Elizabeth his wife v. Hugh Bateman, gent; and (added later:) Anne Sacheverell, spinster re. loan £1,300 29 Sept 1710, by Robert Sacheverell [1669-1714] of Barton from Simon Begg of Derby secured on messuages, lands and tenements in Barton. C78/1572, no. 4 [80]
1723 19 July 9 Jeremiah Fletcher only child of Jeremiah Fletcher deceased infant v. Rebecca Fletcher widow and administratrix of said Jeremiah Fletcher her late husband [Damaged document] re. death 21 Feb 1719, of Jeremiah Fletcher intestate; his debts and his messuage at Melton [Milton Regis-next-Sittingbourne], Kent £12 p.a.and personal estate £8,000. C79/68, no. [81]
1723 19 July 9 Christopher Jenkinson v. Robert Barker re. purchase by John Lees from complt. Jenkinson of a messuage or tenement and several closes or parcels of land £27 p.a. in Lees in par. or precincts of Edensou [Edensor] or Beely [Beeley], Derbs; loans by defndt. to complt. C78/1802, no. 3 [82]
1723 19 July 9 Margaret Tong, wife of John Tong, clerk, by Leonard Townesend of Furnivalls Inn of Court in St Andrews Holborn, gent v. John Tonge; and Ralph Stourfield re. descent of considerable estate £1,800, devised to complt. and two sisters by their late bro. and by late uncle Henry Holines... C78/1582, no. 8 [83]
1723 19 July 9 The Mayor Commonalty and Citizens of the City of London v. Nicholas Dubois re. agreement 1 June 1720 concerning piece or parcel of ground Without Bishopsgate called Petty France and several messuages or tenements, sheds and buildings erected on it... C78/1486, no. 5 [84]
1723 20 July 9 Simon Beckley of London, scrivener v. William Newland, esq; Dame Rebecca Newland; Turgis Newland; and Sir William Lewen [see below] re. articles 19 Mar 1700, between Sir George Newland and the complt. concerning personal estate of Thomas Turgis. C78/1833, no. 4 [85]
1723 20 July 9 Simon Beckley, gent v. William Newland, esq; Dame Rebecca Newland; Wide Turgis Newland; and Sir William Llewen, knight [see above] re. will 14 Feb 1700, of Thomas Turgis and his estate of divers lands and tenements £1,800 p.a. & personal estate of great value... C78/1768, no. 5 [86]
1723 23 July 9 Richard Amory; and Thomas Amory his son v. James Reeves; Roger Goldring; Hillis Goldring, executors of John Goldring; ; John Goldring the son; Eleanor Goldring; and Thomas Goldringe; and Anne Goldring, infants re. payment of debts by John Goldring of Southwark, if Richard Amory promised to settle the whole of his premises upon him, and after his death, his son-in-law and dau. and after their death, the heirs of their bodies... C78/1540, no. 4 [87]
1723 25 July 9 Robert Mitton clerk vicar and the church wardens of Skipton in Craven, Yorks, and the church wardens and overseers of Bolton Abbey near Skipton; the church wardens of St Andrew Holbourne; the Master or Keeper, Fellows, and Scholars of Christ College in Cambridge and also at the relation of Christopher Cooke and several other poor relations of Silvester Petyt gentleman on behalf of themselves and other poor relations and kindred of said Mr Petyt that are the objects of charity v. Peniston Lambe; Charles Bayliffe; and George Holmes gentlemen executors of the said Petyt and also that of the trustees of his will; John Anstis; Gilbert Horsman; and Richard Wynne gentlemen three other of the said trustees re. will 23 May 1720, of Silvester Petyt and his charitible bequests to vicar and churchwardens of par. of Skipton, conditions... C78/2052, no. 5 [88]
1723 25 July 9 Sir Robert Raymond, knight, Attorney General, at the relation of Richard Wakely and Richard Mills, churchwardens of Lenham, Kent; George Buckhurst, churchwarden of Sutton Valence; and John Jonrars and Robert Debenham, churchwardens of Cockfield; Robert Jenkin, doctor in divinity, master of St Johns College, University of Cambridge and ofd the Fellows and Scholars of the same college; Robert Woollett; and ___ his wife; Henruy Robins; Alexander Puxty; George cole; Jane Ellis, widow; John Robins the elder; John Robins the younger; John Moon; and Timothy Pierce v. John Bowtell, doctor in divinity; John Smith the younger, gent; and Richard Fowle re. will 7 July 1720, of Francis Robins of Sutton-Valence [St. Mary] and bequest for two exhibitions, of £10 p.a.each, in St. John's College, Cambridge; to the poor of the parishes of Sutton Valence, Cockfield and Lenham the sums of £3 a piece to each parish to be distributed yearly for ever on the 11 March by the minister and churchwardens amongst the most indigent and honest poor people, as are sick or don't receive constant arms from the par. , but are willing to keep out of the poor rates by their own labour and industry... C78/1506, no. 5 [89]
1723 27 July 9 The President and Scholars of Christ Church College in the University of Oxford v. William Stanley, esq re. entitlement of college to rents of certain lands called Marshes and Bayleys in Wigley [?Widley], Hants and also of Shelly farm in par. of Eling, Hants... C78/1779, no. 9 [90]
1723 30 Jul 9 John Gerard Hopman [aka Johann Gerhard Hopmann] resident of their Serene Highnesses the Duke of Wolfenbüttel [1680-1735] and the Duke of Holsteine v. Robert Seddon, Henry Grutzman, and Thomas Pindar re. Debts of deft. Robert Seddon, and guarantor Grutzman in case of default by Seddon; £1,200 secured by promissory note 23 June 1720, due 9 Sept 1720. C78/1432, no. 7 [91]
1723 30 July 9 Joseph Gibbons of Southwark, Surrey, salter and hop factor v. Thomas How, jr; Thomas Box; and John Ellison re. agreement to purchase of a load of hops of growth 1719, by defndnt. from complt., at £4 15s per hundred, to be delivered to George Inn, Southwark... C78/1723, no. 8 [92]
1723 30 July 9 Sir Robert Raymond, Attorney General, at relation of Joseph Hoole, vicar of Haxey, Lincs; and Michael Barker and Thomas Coggan of Haxey, churchwardens and overseers of the poor v. George Healey re. will 24 Aug 1710 of Katherine Shore [Mrs. Catherine Shore], widow of Haxey, and her messuage & divers closes, lands and tenements, £40 p.a., in Haxey and Owston, Lincs; bequest of all her freehold estate in pars. of Haxey and Owston to the poor of Haxey, conditions. C78/1498, no. [6] [93]
1723 31 July 9 John Price administrator of Mary Price his wife decd; and Anne Pickett, widow v. Robert Heming; and Peter Osman re. will 1 Apr 1722, of Faith Alder, widow, sister to the complt. Anne Pickett, and aunt to the complt. Price's decd wife; bequest to Pickett of £20, paid quarterly...and to Robert Heming and Peter Osman, all her messuages, lands, tenements and hereditaments, bonds, mortgages, securities for money, and all her estate whatsoever real and personal in trust [£3,000+], in payment of debts and legacies... and all the residue unto said Robert Heming and Peter Osman...; will 15 Apri then last past, of Mary Price (niece of Faith Alder). C78/1448, no. 6 [94]
1723 31 July 9 Robert Hearne v. Robert Beere and Elizabeth Nappier, spinster re. will 2 Jan 4Anne [1705-6] of Robert Beere of Hewish in par. Crewkerne, Soms. and his very considerable real and personal estate of divers lands and tenements and a message or tenement called Goulds in par. Crewkerne £10+ p.a., plate, jewels, bonds, mortgages, securities for money, household goods, oxen, cattle £1,500+; bequest to the complt., his grandson, his debts.. C78/1498, no. 4 [95]
1723or4 10 Ralph Ashton baronet; and Catherine and Mary Ashton infants v. Humphry Trafford jr and his wife [water damaged document] re. ...monies allegedly due to Sir Ralph Ashton[ of Middleton, Lancs] from annuities... marriage agreement 15 Aug 1701, Humphry Trafford and Anne Ashton [1681-1729, or Assheton, dau of Ralph Ashton and Mary (née Vavasour) who was only dau and heir of Thomas Vavasour, decsd, late of Spaldington, Yorks.]... C79/55, no. [96]
1723 2 Aug 10 William Warwick, John Close & John Rutherford creditors of Edward Carr late of Whitburne [Whitburn], Co. Durham; Codit Carr, Lucy Carr & Elizabeth Carr infants by Mary Carr their eldest sister, sons & daughters of the said Edward Carr; on behalf of themselves and other of the creditors & legatees of the said Edward Carr v. Thomas Gill; Henry Nicholls; Edward Carr; Elianor Carr; Edward Cooke; James Fryer; Nicholas Burdon; George Cooper & Sir William Williamson re. will 10 Sept 1718, of Edward Carr, manors, messuages, lands, tenements and salt pans in Whitburne, Porkerley, Westhoe [Westoe], Darlington & South Shields, Co. Durham and in Newcastle upon Tyne, and in Heath Coat and Crosby, Yorks; debts of Edward Carr at death, £100 to William Warwick, to £100 John Close, £200 to John Rutherford C78/1406, no. 3 [97]
1723 2 Aug 10 Sir John Egerton and Dame Ann his wife (sole daughter and heir of Francis Wolferstan decd); and Katherine Egerton, spinster, their only child an infant; Ralph Sneyd; and William Sneyd v. Eleanor Wolferstan; Mathew Floyer senr; Mathew Floyer junr; Margaret Floyer; Henry Rathbone and Ann his wife; Mary Lakin; William Drayton; John Crow; George Lawrence; and Alice Oliver re. marriage agreement 13 June 18CharlesII [1666] Francis Wolferstan and Hester Bowyer [1651- i673], his first wife, late mother of the complt. Ann Egerton & divers messuages, lands, tenements and hereditaments, were, for want of issue male of that marriage, limited to the daus. of the said Francis on the body of said Hester, to be begotten, and the heirs of their bodies...[Statfold, Staffs.]. C78/1427, no. 1 [98]
1723 2 Aug 10 Hannah Hurst, widow, relict, and sole executrix of Gravely Hurst, gent v. Nicholas Marshall re. monies owed to late attorney and solicitor Gravely Hurst [of Hitchin] for work done by him since 1707, for the defndt. Nicholas Marshall. C78/1818, no. 3 [99]
1723 2 Aug 10 Archibald, earl of Ilay [Archibald Campbell, 1st Earl of Ilay, later 3rd Duke of Argyll, 1682–1761] v. William, lord Forbes; and William Dale of St Paul, Covent Garden, Middx, esq re. loan 27 May 1720 £1,575 by William Dale from complt., secured by bond and by indenture of demise 15 Oct 1720, all that capital messuage called Canewood House with yards, orchards and gardens and 4 ponds with 2 acres in par. Pancridge or St Pancras, Middx. C78/1675, no. 3 [100]
1723 5 Aug 10 John Collins, jr, grandson of Mabell Collins, one of the sisters and coheirs of Albon Saunders, gent; Mary Sheppard alias Shefford, spinster, an infant, by Thomas Wisdom, gent, who was daughter of Ann Sheppard alias Shefford both deceased, which said Ann Betts one other of the sisters and coheirs of the said Albon Saunders; Albon Adams, an infant, by the said Thomas Wisdom, who was grandson of Elizabeth Adams deceased, one other of the sisters and coheirs of said Albon Saunders; John Albon; and Mary aformenamed being being three of the pecuniary legatees of said Albon Saunders; George Nutley, one of the children of Mary Monday by George Nutley her former husband; Edward Nutley one other of the children of said Mary Monday by her said former husband, an infant by said George Nutley his brother; John Monday one other of the children of said Mary Monday by her last husband also yet an infant by said George Nutley his brother; Thomas Collins; and Robert Collins the two eldest children of Anthony Collins hereinafternamed one of the sons of said Mabel Collins yet infants by said Thomas Wisdom; Mary Collins and Elizabeth Collins the two daughters of John Collins hereinafter named eldest son and heir of said Mabel Collins also infants by said Thomas Wisdom; and George Nutley, Edward Nutley; John Monday; Thomas Collins; Robert Collins; Mary Collins and Elizabeth Collins being the seven legatees of devisees by the will of said Albon Saunders of the surplus or residue of the estate of said Albon Saunders after payment of the first abovenamed pecunitary legatees

v. John Collins; Anthony Collins; Susan Fisher; John Adams; and Eliza his wife; Job Harrison, & Elizabeth his wife; and John Shefford alias Sheppard

re. will 10 Aug 1714, of Albon Saunders [of Romford, Essex], having no issue of his own body; his divers freehold, copyhold, and leasehold messuages, farms, lands, tenements and hereditaments of great yearly value in Essex, Suffolk and Wilts., and of a considerable personal estate more than sufficient to pay off his debts, and being minded to make some provision for his own relations...bequests. C78/1642, no. 7 [101]
1723 5 Aug 10 Walter Love and Elizabeth his wife; Marmaduke Gwynne; Sarah Wise; and Robert Popkins and Rebecca his wife (which said Elizabeth, Sarah and Rebecca were three of the daughters & coheirs of Daniel Evans late of Peterwell, Cardigan decd) v. Mary Love, widow; Letitia Evans, spinster; Sir Arthur Owen; John Phillips; and Lewis Musgrave re. will 19 August 1696, of Daniel Evans, and his several messuages, lands tenements and hereditaments, and mortgages in Cardigan, Carmarthen, Glamorgan, Pembroke and town and county of Haverford West [Haverfordwest, Pembs.] of very considerable yearly value; bequest to wife Mary. C78/1478, no. 5 [102]
1723 23 Oct 10 Benedict Ithell, esq; and Melior Steele, widow, executors of William Steele v. William Langford; Samuel Davis; Luke Peele; George Peele; Peter Stepkin; and Baynbrigg Buckeridge, esq re. agreement 19 Jan 1681, to levy a fine on Branston and Manning to build on three pieces of meadow or marsh land at east end of Wapping Marsh next Ratcliff containing 7 acres, in par. St Pauls, Shadwell. Divers messuages on west side of Foxes Lane and Dabbs Field with rope-walk called Sheakespeare Rope Walk and gardens and platts of ground... C78/1673, no. 2 [103]
1723 24 Oct 10 William Newland, esq, & Martha his wife, only daughter and heir of Edmund Sheppard late citizen and painter stainer of London v. Joseph Sheppard; and Bartholomew Layton, executors of Edmund Sheppard; Martha Sheppard, the widow and relict of said Edmund Sheppard; Rebecca Newland; Martha Newland; and Elizabeth Newland, infants, daughters of the said complainants re. marriage agreement 12 June 1710, complts. William Newland of Gatton, Surr. [1st son of Sir George Newland, M.P.] & wife Martha Sheppard; late Edmund Sheppard, painter-stainer of London, to pay £7,000 of lawful money... C78/1768, no. 6 [104]
1723 25 Oct 10 Sir Robert Raymond, Att Gen, at the relation of Rev Samuel Pratt, Dean of Rochester v. John Knight, executor of the last will & testament of Jane Knight widow decd re. will 7 Mar 1709, of Elizabeth Knight and bequest of £1,000 in trust to purchase, within 12 months of decease, an estate within 50 miles of London, to be vested in Dean and Chapter of cathedral church of Christ and the Blessed Virgin Mary, Rochester...for the setting up of a charity for poor widows to be called 'Mrs Knight's poor sisters of Saint Bartholomew Hospital in Chatham', Kent C78/1417, no. 12 [105]
1723 26 Oct 10 Constance Lloyd, widow and relict of Samuel Lloyd of Lincolns Inn, gent; and Charles Perry, gent, executor of Samuel Lloyd; and Constance Lloyd daughter and heir of Samuel Lloyd, infant by Constance Lloyd her mother v. Thomas Jones re. refers to indenture of bargain and sale 9 August 32CharlesII [1680-81] a sale to Elizabeth Williams of messuage called Ytyyn Kelly or Kengoed situated in Manaoon [?Manafon] in Montgomery. C78/1759, no. 5 [106]
1723 29 Oct 10 William Harlock, executor of William Harlock, executor of William Harlock, who was executor of William Buckhurst v. Thomas Russell, & Elizabeth his wife; and Susanna Buckhurst, spinster, daughter and heir of the said William Buckhurst re. marriage agreement Dec 1698, William Buckhurst and wife Mary ?Critall; £150 to be paid to Mary ?Critall at age 21 or date of marriage... C78/1727, no. 17 [107]
1723 6 Nov 10 Thomas Grindwell; Joseph Hodgson; and John Robinson v. Guy Butler; Elianor Marley; and Anthony Gates re. conveyance 11 Feb 1616, by Michael Maw of a messuage, tenement or kiln with a barn and garth and several parcels of arable meadow and pasture lying dispersedly in the town fields and territories of Wood Appleton [Appleton-le Moors, North Yorkshire] containing 11 acres and parcel of woody ground containing half acre in Holdgate Head [Howlgate Head Wood] and 2 beast gates or pasture gates in Humbly [?Hamley] pasture, £4 p.a., to James Grindwell for term of three thousand years... C78/1507, no. 10 [108]
1723 11 Nov 10 John Maberly of London, gent, who was the only child of John Maberly late of Kingsclear, Hants, tanner, by George Lane of Cannon Street, London, cutler v. Thomas Streat of Little Gidding (?), Wilts, gent; and Bartholomew Cates re. wiil Aug 1716, of John Maberly (complts g-father); his devise in trust to the complt.; Thomas Streat and Bartholomew Cates, executors. C78/1680, no. 1 [109]
1723 12 Nov 10 John Triernett v. George Gounter; William Hodges; Mary Hodges re. loan £140 by Thomas Hodges citizen and joiner from sir Benjamin Hudson [c.1665-c.1730], secured on several pieces of ground in Stepney alias Stebenheath [Middx]. C79/115, no. [110]
1723 12 Nov 10 Thomas Robson esq v. George Walmesley and Richard Walmesley re. sale agreement £400 14 Nov 1718, of messuage or tenement, barn, stable, orchard, gardenhouses, lands, parcels of land in Wraton [?Warton], Lancs., by Richard Walmesley deceased, g-father of defndt. to complt. C79/1, no. [111]
1723 12 Nov 4 Ann Evans, the widow and relict of George Evans, esq v. Ann Evans; and Elizabeth Evans, infants by their guardian; William Knapton; John Willis, sr; John Willis, jr; Robert Willis; and Odber Knapton re. will 13 April 1722, of George Evans of South Gorley in par. Ilbesley [Ibsley, Hants.] complt's late husband and his several messuages, lands and premises in Southon [Hants] and Wilts; indenture of lease and release 20 Nov 1711. C78/1704, no. 4 [112]
1723 15 Nov 10 The Master, Wardens, and Commonalty of Butchers of the City of London v. The Mayor, Commonalty, and Citizens of London; Dame Alice Lee; and Peter Delamont and others (sic) re. indenture 12 May 12HenryIV [1410-11] grant to butchers in Katherines' lane in par. St Magnus & St Buttolphs, Billingsgate to make a bridge upon the river and to make houses thereon...and the entrails of beast and dung and offals of beast at the reflux of the water to throw into the said river according to a statute made by King Richard II... C78/1857, no. 6 [113]
1723 15 Nov 10 Sir Robert Raymond, knight, Attorney General, at the relation of Thomas Jordan; Edward Reynolds; William Hammond; Edmund Gayne; William Holland; Edward stone; Wenman Hill; and Francis Weatherhed for themselves and other voluntary subscribers for the maintenance of said Charity School of the parish of St George the Martyr in Southwark, Surrey v. William Bridger; Stephen Style; James Spurling; and John Edwards re. mutual agreement 1714 to come to a voluntary subscription for the maintenance and schooling of about 50 poor boys, natives of the said par., so far as to to have all such boys taught to read and write and cast up accounts, so far as to render them capable to become apprentices, or to raise money to put them out apprentices to trades... C78/1553, no. 4 [114]
1723 15 Nov 10 Walter Waller v. Peter Canne als King; William Fuller; and Francis Hunt re. agreement 10 June 1712, by complt. to let to Peter Canne alias King; William Fuller; and Francis Hunt, a messuage or tenement, and about four acres of land situate in par. Chevening, Kent. C78/1498, no. 3 [115]
1723 18 Nov 10 Alexander Small of Covent Garden, Middx, surgeon, & Mary his wife v. Mary Wing, widow; and Richard Wing, executors of Peter Wing of Wallingford, Berks; AND v. Peter Wing; and John Wing, sons of said testator; and Peter Wing; AND also v. Robert Sayer and Peter Sayer to be paid, two legatees re. his honour declared the will of the said Peter Wing, the father, to be well proved and as to said devise of the brewhouse to Peter Wing the son his honour conceived that the said Peter the son was a purchaser of the said brewhouse upon paying the debts of the said brewhouse... C78/1500, no. 1 [116]
1723 19 Nov 10 Charles Robins of the Middle Temple, London, esq v. Thomas, lord viscount Gage, Ireland re. sale 8th July 1720, of stock in the South Sea Company in consideration of £1,300 paid to defdt. by Martin Darcy... C78/1858, no. 1 [117]
1723 21 Nov 10 John Crew v. Hugh Chamberlein and Dane Mary his wife; Crew Offley and John Offley his son; Richard Arderne; Elianor Manley; John Parkhurst; Dormer Parkhurst his son; John Parkhurst and Altham Parkhurst sons of Nathaniel Parkhurst decd, infants by the said John Parkhurst their grandfather; Robert Duckenfield; Sir Samuel Daniel; John Shallcrosse; Randall Willbraham; Roger Manwareing junior Refs previous decree of 21 Jan 5 Geo. Personal estate of Sir John Crew decd. Extensive schedule of accounts. C78/1436, no. 3 [118]
1723 22 Nov 10 John Hobbs v. Nicholas Marshall and Richard Warner re. will 12 June 1705, of John Hobbs decd. Rights to arrears of an annuity for the testator's daughter Susanna, now decd, the late wife of the deft Marshall. Lands etc in Gravely [Graveley], Stevenage, Walthern [Waltham] and Weston in Herts. C78/1442, no. 14 [119]
1723 25 Nov 10 Rachael Aziere the wife of Peter Aziere by Elizabeth Smith v. George Nixon; James Smith; and the said Peter Aziere re. agreement 20 October 1716, to grant and assign to the defendants in trust, bonds in the East India and Sword Blade companies, to secure them to the complt's separate use... C78/1938, no. 4 [120]
1723 25 Nov 10 Abraham Nathan, merchant v. Joseph Rodriques; and Alvaro de Fonsera, merchants re. sale of a diamond of 128 grains or thereabouts, bought in Holland in 1719 by complt. & defendts. C78/1812, no. 5 [121]
1723 26 Nov 10 Sarah Vousden; Rebecca Butler; and Elizabeth Roberts v. Joanna Roberts; and Belcher Henry Lewington, & Sarah his wife re. estate of John Roberts of St Olave, Southwark and claims of his children and co-heirs, Sarah Vousden, widow of St Olave Southwark, Surrey, Rebecca Butler, widow of Winchester, Hampshire and Elizabeth Roberts, spinster of Winchester. C78/1507, no. 9 [122]
1723 5 Dec 10 David Crawley eldest son & heir of David Crawley late of Cuddicott, Herts decd v. William Crawley; Henry Camp and Sarah his wife Estate of David Crawley, decd intestate. Deft Sarah was his widow. Messuages in Cuddicott, including a corn mill, and messuages in Welling and elsewhere in Herts. C78/1432, no. 8 [123]
1723 6 Dec 10 John Crew esq v. Thomas Williams re. rights, time out of mind, of ordering, letting, drift and disposing of all the commons and wastes in seignory or lordship of Stoak [Chesh.]; lands and tenements in Nantwich, Alston [?Acton or Aston], Cholmston [Cholmondeston] & Stoak. C79/111, no. [124]
1723 7 Dec 10 Thomas Lowbridge v. William, archbishop of Canterbury; Thomas Weekley; Humphry Jennens now deceased & his wife Susannah; Edward Hare; Henry Hinckley; Thomas Coulson; Thomas Weekley; John Blandew; Edward Button; Edward Walker; Thomas Wheeler; James Sheppard; John Carrington; Thomas Thompson; Richard Barlow; William Harris; William Clark; ___ Hinton; ____ Pevey; William Stevens; WIlliam Spencer; James Tolme; Humphry Thurston alias Tristram; ____ Bishop; John Pinner; ____ Tomkins; Edward Wallter; William Butt; John Miles; Henry Kent; Samuel Hensman; Richard Prudde; John Hewey; Humphry Hennett; ____ Worsley; and ____ Slow the debts of William Jennens (initial membrane/s lost) C79/55, no. [125]
1723 10 Dec 10 Jane Bruton, spinster; Jane Bruton & Patience Bruton infants, daughters of William Bruton late of Alwington, Devon decd by the said Jane Bruton their aunt and Margaret Bruton widow on the behalf of herself and the rest of the creditors of the said William Bruton v. Thomas Bruton; George Buck; George Blake & Narcissus Hatherly re. will 29 Apr 1701, of John Bruton the complt. Jane's late father. Estate in Alwington, Parkham, Eastdown, Abbotsham, Bradworthy, Bideford & Littleham, Devon , £63 p.a and Mellion, Cornwall etc., etc; bequest and conditions. C78/1405, no. 4 [126]
1723 14 Dec 10 Thomas Hodges junr, son & heir of Thomas Hodges of Bloomsbury, St Giles, Middx and Mary his wife, late Mary Hallett daughter and only child of the Honourable Colonel John Hallett, late of the Island of Barbados decd, by Sarah Hallett his late wife since married to Robert Hales Esq v. Sir Hans Sloane; Robert Hales and Sarah his wife; and Thomas Hodges senr re. a 'writing purporting to be' John Hallett's last will and testament was produced and proved by executors...; estate of colonel John Hallett decd, who died in Barbados 1716.; real estate in England £200 p.a., considerable plantation or sugarwork in Barbadoes & very considerable personal estate C78/1442, no. 13 [127]
1723 15 Dec 10 Hatton Tash gentleman v. Samford Thomas esq re. ordered and decreed that it should be referred to Master Meller of this Court to compute what was due to the complainant, for principal and interest on the mortgage and to tax the complt. his costs of the said suit... C79/109, no. [128]
1723 19 Dec 10 William Leighton, esq, & his wife; John Jones; William Jones; and John Brame v. Edward Leighton, baronet [Sir Edward Leighton, 2nd Baronet, 1681–1756] re. ordered and decreed that the defdnt. should forthwith deliver the possession of the premises in question to the plaintiffs respectively and that a perpetual injunction should be awarded for stay of the defendants proceedings at law... C78/1779, no. 7 [129]
1723 20 Dec 10 Amy St Alban, widow and relict of John St Alban the elder of Holtford, Som, esq, her late husband; John St Alban the younger of Alfoxden, Som, esq; Lancelott St Alban; and Elizabeth Ewens, widow v. George St Alban; Hugh Sweeting, & Anne his wife; Margaret St Alban; Jane St Alban; Robert Methwen; John Sealy; and Arthur Towills re. marriage agreement complt. Amy and husband John St Alban; raising sums of money for purchase of lands to be settled...; terms and conditions. C78/1675, no. 1 [130]
1723 23 Dec 10 John Hooper; Anne Hooper; and Margaret Hooper infants by Robert Young; John Jones & Mary his wife v. Richard March administrator with the will annexed of John Hooper merchant and Sarah his wife; William Twyford; and George Hooper an infant by his guardian re. ordered and decreed that the defndnt. Richard March should come to an account before Master Lightbonn of this Court for the personal estate of the testator John Hooper, come to his hands, or to the hands of any other person for his use... C79/111, no. [131]
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