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Cal_Year Cal_Date Regnal_Year Parties Subject Matter Roll/Case_No.
1733 C78/, no. []
1733 12 Jan 6 The Honorable Edward Byng, esq,[1706-1756] & Mary his wife, one of the sisters and coheirs and also executrix of Sarah Bramston her eldest sister v. Elizabeth Bramston the other sister and coheir of said Sarah Bramston an infant by Sir Robert Abdy, baronet, her guardian; Sir John Comyns, knight, one of the Barons of the Exchequer; Thomas Bramston of the Waterhouse [Writtle], Essex, esq; the said Sir Robert Adby, baronet; and Thomas Bramston of Skreens [Chelmsford], Essex, esq re. demise 14/15 April 1726 by late Sarah Bramston of capital messuage or mansion house and lands, tenements and hereditaments in the pars. of Chigwell and Cooper Sale alias Theydon Garnon in Essex, and also lands in par. Stepney alias Stebenheath, Middx. C78/1830 no. 6 [2]
1733 15 Jan 6 Jacob Aldare, jr v. Abraham Munes re. payment 1724 of two promissory notes (£294, £400); other notes to value £2,280. C78/1812, no. 16 [3]
1733 17 Jan 6 James Phillipps v. John Hawles Johnson esq re. indenture of demise 1 Oct 1714, of a capital messuage at Monkton Up Wimborne, Dorset owned by Sir John Hawles (1645–1716). C79/14, no. [4]
1733 26 Jan 6 Thomas Lake, lieutenant of His Majesty's ship 'The York', man of war & Mary his wife; William Evans of the parish of St Martins in the Fields, Middx, linen draper & Sarah his wife; and Margaret Woodgate of Seal, Kent, spinster re. will 24 Mar 1713, of Richard Goodhugh of Tonbridge, Kent., messuage, several pieces of arable, pasture, meadow and woodland. C79/9, no. [5]
1733 27 Jan 6 Thomas Hatton of Chetington, Surrey, esq, eldest brother of William Hatton of East Moulsey [East Molesey], esq; Anne Hatton of Ruislip, Middx, spinster, one of the sisters of Thomas Hatton and William Hatton; Charles Horneby of Grays Inn, Middx, esq, & Alice his wife, which Alice was the other of the sisters of said Thomas and William Hatton; Gratia Hatton, the only daughter and child of Richard Hatton by Gratia his wife, which said Richard Hatton was the brother of said Thomas Hatton and William Hatton v. Anne Hatton, widow. re. will 6 Mar 1723, of William Hatton; bequests to wife Anne, lands, tenements and barns in Kingston upon Thames and Surbiton and the 'Crown Inn' at Kingston... C78/1746, no. 4 [6]
1733 29 Jan 6 Martha Avery, wife of Thomas Avery of Battle, Sussex, the elder, gent; and Thomas Avery the younger their son, an infant, by Richard Simmonds of Battle, gent v. John Collier, gent; Thomas Avery, husband of said complainant Martha and father of complainant Thomas; Thomas Snepp, gent; John Mead; Thomas Smith; William Hyland; William Simmonds, clerk, since deceased; and John Busbridge re. descent of property of Lawrence Avery (complts' g-father); messuages with appurtenances in pars. of ?Beckley and Westfeld, Sussex C78/1738, no. 8 [7]
1733 31 Jan 6 James Lowther, esq; and John Pattenson, gent v. Thomas Fletcher, esq; Henry Curven; Robert Blacklock; Peter Cusack, & Ann his wife; Mary Fletcher; Frances Fletcher; Elizabeth Fletcher; Francis Charlteris, esq; John Robertson; John Fletcher; John Brougham; Thomas Allason; Anthony Turner; Thomas Hickins; Jasper Taylor; and others [faded document] re. mortgage ?20 May 1714, by defndt. Fletcher to complt. Lowther, manors of Moresby and Dislington, Cumberland [Cumbria], capital messuage, etc... C78/1782, no. 14 [8]
1733 1 Feb 6 Francis Wroughton esq v. Isaac Warriner, gentleman and William Giddings [vide 1731, C78/1938, no. 5] re. ordered that it should be referred to Master ?Elde to compute what was due to the defendant Isaac Warriner on the several sums ?seized to him on the estate in question... [Wiltshire] C78/1938, no. 6 [9]
1733 3 Feb 6 Cyrill Arthington,esq, an infant v. Sir Walter Hawkesworth, baronet; Sir Walter Calverley baronet; and Lancelot, Archbishop of York re. advowson and right of presentation, by the Arthington family, to the church of Addle [or Adel or Addle cum Eccup and Arthington (sic), now a suburb of Leeds] Yorks. C78/1799, no. 5 [10]
1733 3 Feb 6 Matthew Wilson, gen; and Thomas Cockshutt, clerk, executors of Edward Spencer, gent v. William Spencer the elder, esq AND also v. John Spencer; Benjamin Spencer; and William Spencer the younger, infants re. will of John Spencer [of Cawthorne], father of the defendant William Spencer the elder; real estate £300 p.a., third part of the stock in trade of Ironworks. [Wortley Top Forge, now Barnsley, South Yorks.] C78/1697, no. 1 [11]
1733 6 Feb 6 Anne Goodale, widow and relict of George Goodale; and George Goodale only son and heir of said Anne Goodale by said George Goodale v. Thomas Thornbery alias Wellifed; Edward Goodale; Robert Wright; Richard Wright; Elizabeth Wright; and Elizabeth Nicholls re. marriage agreement George Goodale and wife Anne; indenture of lease and release 31 Dec/1 Jan 1718, from George Goodale deceased and complt. wife Anne, to William Bullingham and William Wilke, a settlement of lands in par. Birlingham, Worcs. to benefit Anne. C78/1732, no. 7 [12]
1733 7 Feb 6 George Milles v. Jeremiah Ford, & Ann his wife re. will 26 Non 1718 of Gabriel Watson; house with stables and garth, in Easingwold, Yorks. to wife for life and after her death to daus. Ann and Mary Watson for their heirs and assigns... C78/1838, no. 2 [13]
1733 12 Feb 6 William Pitt v. Charles Gore esq; John Lacy Blackman esq since deceased; John Cotton esq; Moses Helbutt; Hugh Watson; Henry Hankey now Sir Henry Hankey knight; and Joseph Hankey re. sale 18 Aug 1691 £200, of two moieties of a tenth part of a capital messuage situated in Fenchurch Street in the par.of St Catherine Coleman street(sic), London by Dame Anne Parkyns widow, to John Smith of London, his heirs and assigns... C79/6, no. [14]
1733 20 Feb 6 Eleanor Harrison, widow and relict of Cuthbert Harrison; Thomas Moore, gent; Samuel Goodford; and William Innys v. William Pearce; and John England re. ordered and decreed that the sum of £1,100 should be settled in such manner, as that the interest and produce thereof should be paid to William Pearce during his lifetime, and that the Master to whom the said cause was referred should compute what is due for the interest of the said £1,100 from the death of William England... C78/1817, no. 9 [15]
1733 24 Feb 6 Richard Karver v. Richard Karver jr; Samuel Larwood, & Sarah his wife; Adam Lewis; and George Tilden re. loan 15 Nov 1708 £60 by John Karver and wife Martha from the complt. secured on manor of Butthouse with appurtenances in pars. of Kings Pyon and Cannon Pyon, Heref. & advowson of church of Kings Pyon, etc. C78/1732, no. 6 [16]
1733 27 Feb 6 Elizabeth Lawrence; Margaret Hoskins; and Sarah Hoskins, infants, by Samuel Gillibran, gent v. Robert Lawrence; Williams Hoskins, & Margaret his wife re. will 27 May 1726, of Mary Wood of par. St. Margaret's, Westminster (complt's g-mother); considerable personal estate inc. South Sea annuities £550, Army Debentures £501, household goods & furniture £83, plate... C78/1706, no. 7 [17]
1733 28 Feb 10 William Lock; and John Herring, esq v. Thomas Pitt, esq, then baron and afterwards earl of Londonderry, Ireland, since deceased; John Law, esq, since also deceased; Edward Harrison, esq, since deceased re. sale Aug 1719, (when in Paris) by John Law to Thomas Pitt, 1st Earl of Londonderry [c.1688–1729] £100,000 of English East India stock... [former partners Lock & Herring against Pitt for stock speculation]. C78/1697, no. 10 [18]
1732 5 March 6 Edward Stanley of the Inner Temple, London, gentleman, legatee of Dorothy Lennard late of West Wickham, Kent, spinster and also a creditor to the estate of said Dorothy Lennard v. Francis Leigh esq and Christopher Hussey re. will 28 July 1729, of Dorothy Lennard of West Wickham, Kent, spinster; considerable real estate in several messuages, lands, tenements & hereditaments £300 p.a., and a personal estate of considerable value. C78/2075, no. 2 [19]
1733 6 March 6 Nicholas Donithorne [1669-1737], together with William Lamb and Emanuel Tucker since deceased v. James Mill; Thomas Mitchell; John Hoblyn; Anthony Tanner, & Honora his wife; Francis Tucker, & Jane his wife [vide 1734, C78/1765, no. 19] re. descent of three-fourth parts of the manor called Tywartine, alias Trewarnehaile, alias

Trewarnehail Tyas, Cornwall, from John Davis [? Davie] to his dau. Martha who married sir George Cary [1653-1685]; will 1696 of Martha Cary...

C78/1767, no. 11 [20]
1734 9 March 6 Christopher Matson brother of Henry Matson late of Dover, Kent, merchant v. Sir Robert Raymond knight Attorney General; Thomas Broadley; Benjamin Devinck; James Matson; Robert Rootes & Eliabeth his wife; Robert Brunker; John Goodwin; Susanna Harris widow; Elizabeth Grimwade; Robert Wickenden and the Warden and Assistants of Dover Harbour re. will 12 Oct 1720, of Henry Matson of Dover (complt's late brother); manors, messuages, lands, tenements and hereditaments in Kent; bequests and trusts; 'poor relations of the name of Matson whenever they shall be in want...'. C78/2076, no. [21]
1733 9 March 6 John Ley of Exeter, gent v. Austace Pitman; George Sandford; James Pitman the son of James Pitman the testator hereafter named; John Pitman the brother of said testator; and John Pitman the younger; James Pitman; Sarah Pitman; and Dorothy Pitman, the sons and daughters of said John Pitman; Edward Pitman, brother of the testator; and James Pitman; and John Pitman, sons of said Edward Pitman re. marriage agreement 29 Oct [1670], John Pitman and Susannah Nosworthy; £400, lands called Kenniford [?Kennford] in par. Dunchideock, Devon... C78/1733 no. 2 [22]
1733 13 March 6 William Weeks of Rye, Sussex, mercer; and William Cooper of Iclesham [Icklesham], Sussex, yeoman, & Mary his wife, which William Weeks and Mary Cooper were two of the grandchildren and legatees of Mary Easton, widow, late wife of William Easton of Rye, barber surgeon v. Ann Weeks, widow, daughter and executrix of said Mary Easton; and Ann Weeks the daughter; and Thomas Weeks the son of said Ann Weeks, widow re. articles of covenant 4 Aug 1704, between William Easton and Thomas Weeks decsd. that it should be lawful for Mary (William's future wife) to dispose of all her estates both real and personal by her will, notwithstanding her couverture...; property in Ewhurst, Sussex and Sandhurst, Kent. C78/1743, no. 5 [23]
1733 13 March 6 Thomas Wylde, esq; James Stillingfleet, doctor in divinity; Thomas Hayward, gent; Robert Wylde, esq, son and heir apparent of said Thomas Wylde and Anne his wife, who was the only daughter and child of Charles Dowdeswell of Forthampton, Glouc, esq, by Anne his wife v. Richard Dowdeswell; Robert Tracey, jr; and Walter Yate re. marriage agreement 22/23 May 1710, Charles Dowdeswell and Anne; £2,000, messuages and tenements in Forthampton and Swinley [near Tewkesbury], Gloucs. C78/1732, no. 8 [24]
1733 14 March 6 Dorothy Lloyd; and Mary Lloyd, daughters and coheirs of Mountague Lloyd of Barnwell, Northt, doctor of divinity, by Mary his wife also deceased, being infants, by Michael Richards, esq v. Isaac Whittington re. marriage agreement 29 July 1715, [Revd.] Montague Lloyd [of Barnwell, St Andrew, Northants., d.1723] and Mary Trenchfield [d.1717] (complts'. father and mother); Dorothy and Mary Lloyd beneficiaries under their parents' marriage settlement and co-heirs to an estate 'of very considerable amount'. C78/1752, no. 6 [25]
1733 16 April 6 John Warner, gen v. Thomas Pilkington, gent; Benjamin Smith, esq; and John Conduit, esq, & Catherine his wife, administrators of the personal estate of Sir Isaac Newton, knight re. monies (£1,264 17s 8d) of plaintiff John Warner, placed (June 1720) with Sir Isaac Newton [the scientist, 1643-1727] for investment without security, but with receipt, 16 June 1720. C78/1697, no. 2 [26]
1733 23 April 6 John Trigg; and Nathaniel Chambers, gent, executors and devisees of John Somersett of Acton, Middx v. Dorothy Somerset, widow; Carolina Somersett; Clare Somersett; Jane Hooper; Ann Somersett; Henrietta Maria Somersett; Elizabeth Somersett; Henry Scudamore, & Frances his wife; Margaret Barrow; Gabriel Powell; and George Sawyer re. descent of manor of Acton and lands in Wilsden [Willesden], Middx; indenture 11 Oct 1724 for settling the manor and lands 'in the blood of the Somersetts'. C78/1761, no. 15 [27]
1733 2 May 6 James Abbiss; John Chauvell; Anthony Loubier; Joan Hanmer; Henry Lapostre; John Salter; Thomas Lane; Robert Brook; Thomas Salter; Thomas Claphamson; and Jonathan Hooper v. Phebe Winter; and John Cock, executors of Nehemiah Winter re. loans by Nehemiah Winter from James Abbiss et alia., secured on bottomree [bottomry, or bottomage], or on amount and risk of bottom of ship ('King William'); voyage from river Thames to coast of Guinea, Africa to Buenos Ayres on the Río de la Plata, to river Thames. C78/1801, no. 5 [28]
1733 8 May 6 William Lawrence v. Benjamin Edwards, & Sarah his wife re. indenture 4 Aug 1710, Benjamin Edwards and Sarah Wells (his future wife); descent of messuage or tenement in par. Barsham, Suffolk with barns, outhouses, gardens, orchards etc. C78/1756, no. 2 [29]
1733 12 May 6 Ann Egerton; and Elizabeth Egerton v. Sir Edward Egerton, baronet; Dame Elianor Egerton; John Beresford; George Kenyon; Edward Mainwaring, esqs; Dame Catherine Acton; and Ralph Egerton, esq re. marriage agreement 22 Nov 1684, Sir John Egerton [ca.1655-1729] and wife Elizabeth Holland [1658-1701] (complts' parents ); his very considerable estate in Northants., Staffs. and Salop., and her considerable estate in Lancaster... C78/1765, no. 16 [30]
1733 26 May 6 Generosa Constantia Bonnell, widow v. Anne Elmes; William Harvest; William Mason; James Williamson; Anthony Elmes, & Susannah his wife; Susannah Waller, an infant by her guardian; William Horne; and Henry Chapman re. ordered and decreed it should be referred to Master Spicer of this Court to compute what was due to the plaintiffs for principal and interest on her mortgage... of the stock and trade in the brewhouse mentioned... C78/1697, no. 3 [31]
1733 31 May 6 Magdalen Braman widow and relict of Nicholas Braman clerk v. Joseph Braman heir at law of said Nicholas Braman; Mary Cheyney; Anne Cook widow; Phillip Beauchamp; Robert Smith; and Edward Vernon re. ordered and decreed to be referred to Master Burroughs of this Court to take an account of what was due to the defendant Cook for principal and interest on the mortgage in the pleadings, and to tax her the costs of this suit... and what was due to the defendant Beauchamp... C79/117, no. [32]
1733 31 May 6 William Giles, gent; and Sarah Springett, daughter of said William Giles and wife of Thomas Springett by the said William Giles her father v. Thomas Springett; Thomas Williams; Philip Morgan; and Henry Thomas re. marriage settlement 1712, Thomas Springett and wife Sarah (née Giles), lands and tenements, financial arrangements; alleged cruelty of Springett to wife. C78/1734, no. 2 [33]
1733 1 June 1733 John, lord Carterett, baron of Hawnes [Haynes], Beds; and Sir Clement Cotterell, knight, master of the ceremonies

v. Mary Fray late Mary Prime; and Catherine Haselden, surviving coheiresses of Sir Thomas Bromsall of Biggleswade, Beds, knight; Suzanna Herbert, administrator of Doctor John Herbert; Elizabeth Paschall of St John the Evangelist, Westminster; Francis Gwynn; Edward Nightingale; and Bromsall Throckmorton

[vide 1711,C78/2039,no.3]

re. descent of the estate of Sir Thomas Bromsall [d.1706].

C78/1781, no. 9 [34]
1733 1 June 6 Scipio Luxton of St Giles, Devon, gent v. Judith Luxton; Moses Fitch; John Stevens; and Thomas Luxton re. descent of messuages, land and tenements in pars. Winckley, Ashreigney, Sampford Courtenay and Dolton, Devon belonging to Thomas Luxton of Winckley [Winkleigh], Devon, who died 'about forty years since'. C78/1760, no. 15 [35]
1733 2 June 6 Benjamin Tanner v. Richard Wellington the elder; and Richard Wellington the younger; and James Wellington re. indenture 20 Nov 1718 demise by Sir Edward Williams knight to Sir John Williams baronet, of a meadow, with buildings lately erected, intended for a forge towards working of Bar Iron, with watercourses, ponds, weirs, dams etc., situate in Aberllonvy [Aberllynfi], Brecon. C78/1834, no. 1 [36]
1733 5 June 6 Henry Rogers v. Ann Rogers widow; John Millett; John Millett the younger; and James Millett re. marriage settlement, William Rogers and Ann; descent of estate in pars. Crowan and Perrin Uthnoe [Perranuthnoe], Cornwall with lands called Polcrebo, etc. C78/2075, no. 3 [37]
1733 8 June 6 Zachariah Richardson, & Rebecca his wife, late widow of William Clark the younger; and Rebecca, Ann, and Elizabeth Clark infants, daughters of said William Clark and Rebecca by said Zachariah and Rebecca

v. Andrew Hamilton, esq; Clement Plumsted; Henderson Houstown, son and heir of Anthony Houstown; Jonathan Houstown; and William Dixon, surviving executors of said Anthony Houstown

re. marriage agreement 20 March 1704, William Clark and Rebecca (the mother); 'lott of ground' in Philadelphia... C78/1761, no. 7 [38]
1733 13 June 7 Robert Maddocks v. John Manby; William Rhodes; Christopher Popping; Robert Dudley, & Barbara his wife; Margaret Popping; Elizabeth Popping; Mary Stubbs (since deceased); and others (sic) re. will 6 Jan 1719, of Henry Rhodes; bequests, and disputes concerning validity of will; loan 5 Jan 1722 £150, by George and Sarah Popping from complt. C78/1732, no. 9 [39]
1733 16 June 9 Charles Chichester of Hall in Bishops Tawton, Devon, esq; and Jane Chichester, his sister, both infants, by Arthur Chichester of Bishop's Tawton, esq their grandfather

v. George Bradford, & Katherine his wife; Roger Cheoke; Charles Cutcliffe; Robert Durledon; John Walker; Nicholas Harris; and John Cooke

re. marriage agreement 3/4 Mar [1719] Arthur Chichester [1698-1725] and Catherine Harward [d.1725], complts' late parents; property called Hall in par. Bishop's Tawton and property called Westcott in par. Marwood, Devon... C78/1760, no. 14 [40]
1733 26 June 7 Dame Frances Gould widow relict and administratrix with the will annexed of Sir Edward Gould knight

v. Jane Gould widow deceased; Edward gould; William Gould; Jane Gould; Mary Gould; Catherine Gould; Frances Gould; Isabella Gould; Sarah Gould; and Henrietta Gould children of Edward Gould; Moses Gould; Edward Gould son of Captain James Gould; William Hart; Pleydhill Goddard; and Richard Reynell

re. will 11 Apr 1724, Sir Edward Gould [d.1728, without issue]; descent of his divers manors, messuages, lands etc; whole estate to be settled on Dame Frances, testator's wife, and after her death on testator's sons; settlement of £6,000 to be made on any daughters; if no issue estate to pass to Edward Gould, great-nephew of testator, and his heirs male... C78/2058, no. 1 [41]
1733 27 June 7 Thomas Witham and Ralph Smith on behalf of themselves and other judgment creditors of John Spearman of Hetton in the Hole [Hetton-le-Hole], Durham, gentleman who contribute to the suit

v. John Spearman; Abraham Dixon; John Wilkinson; and James Gibson

re. debts of John Spearman [ca.1672-1746] & John Spearman his father now decd. Refs judgements at Court of Pleas at Durham. John Spearman has messuages etc in Hetton & Washington, Co Durham, and a number of mortgaged coal mines & collieries. Claim that Spearman has combined with the other defts. to conceal his personal estate & prevent settlement. C78/2051, no. 3 [42]
1733 27 June 7 Edward Woodward of London, surgeon, first cousin of Samuel Bull of Bedford, gent; and James Bull, cousin of said Samuel Bull and grandson of Thomas Bull late brother of said Samuel Bull v. Clement Halsey re. indenture 17/18 Jan 1725 of Samuel Bull (no wife or issue), settling divers messuages, lands, tenements etc. in Beds., Bucks, Middx & London 'on such of his relations for whom he had a particular affection...' C78/1780, no. 7 [43]
1733 5 July 7 Jane King, widow and relict of Daniel King; and Jane King spinster v. Richard Price, esq; Simon Hughs, clerk; and Joseph Hayne re. marriage agreement 12/13 April 1700, Daniel King and Jane the elder; several freehold messuages, lands and tenements in Woolwich and Plumstead, Kent [now borough of Greenwich, London]. C78/1830, no. 1 [44]
1733 7 July 5 Thomas Dover, doctor in physick v. Thomas Thrupp, administrator of John Thrupp, esq; and John Richards re. loan £200 3 Sept 1717, John Thrupp from complt. Dr Thomas Dover [both presidents of 'factory' or trading post of the South Sea Commpany at Buenos Aires]; promissory note C78/1837, no. 5 [45]
1733 12 July 7 Sir John Molesworth, baronet; and Sparke Molesworth his brother v. Edmund Prideaux; and Arthur Arscott re. estate of Sir John Molesworth, the elder [1668–1723 of Pencarrow near St Mabyn, Cornwall] and the execution of trusts; Molesworth siblings against brother Sir John Molesworth, the younger [1705–1766]. C78/1778, no. 1 [46]
1733 12 July 3 Charles Selby Amherst; and Thomas Lambard, esqs v. Sarah Peckham, widow; Samuel Lisle, & Jane his wife; John Williams, & Dorothy his wife; Anne Peckham; Susannah Peckham; Sarah Peckham the younger; and Joseph Smart re. will Sept 1729, of Reginald Peckham; manor of Yaldham [par. Sevenoaks], messuage called Taris Lodge with lands in pars. Wrotham, Stanstead and Ash next Ridley, St Mary Cray etc; bequests upon trust to complts. to sell... C78/1734, no. 3 [47]
1733 19 July 7 Henry Read gentleman v. Philip Botiler esq & Anne his wife; Dorothy Read; and Mary Read infants re. will 18 June 1729 of John Palmer; lands, tenements & hereditaments in Sussex, copyhold estate called Oakshott Farm in Hampshire; to sister Anne, all his real and personal estate... provided that if his brother-in-law Henry Read and Mary his wife should agree to sell Oakshott Farm and should bring the money into Hodge Pott between his sisters Mary and Anne to be divided between them... C78/2077, no. 4 [48]
1733 (bill) Michaelmas term Attorney General at the relation of Thomas Payne v. Tudor Lockley & Deborah his wife; Thomas Scott; Thomas Grace; Daniel Bonner; Joseph Studley; and John Barker re. descent of the property of John Radford; divers messuages in Black Swan Alley and Tower Road and houses in St. Paul's Churchyard and of a farm called Park Corner in the parish of Upminster, Essex [now London borough of Havering]... C79/124, no. [49]
1733 12 Oct 7 Thomas Blofeld, esq v. Thomas Brograve, esq; Richard Berney, esq; Richard Sibbs, clerk, & Abigail his wife; Edward Leigh, esq; Anne Brett; Isidore John Blofeld the elder; John Blofeld the younger; Richard Blofeld the younger; Thomas Blofeld; William Manlove, & Elizabeth his wife re. 15 Mar 1703, of Thomas Blofeld (complt's gt-uncle) of Hoveton St John, Norfolk; divers messuages, lands, tenements and hereditaments of considerable yearly value, and of some personal estate... C78/1822, no. 1 [50]
1733 12 Oct 7 Francis Bagshaw, clerk; and Stephen Bagshaw, gent, sons of Thomas Bagshaw, esq; Henry Franshaw; and Roger Herbert, gent; Catherine Broomhead; and Martha Hinton, widows; and Catherine Okeover, spinster, for themselves and all other creditors and legatees of said Thomas Bagshaw v. Mary Bagshaw, spinster; William FitzHerbert, esq, & Rachel his wife; John Shallcross; and Charles Greaves, esq; Thomas Bagshaw, grandson and heir of said Thomas Bagshaw; Benjamin Bagshaw; Charles Bagshaw; Robert Bagshaw; and Humphry Hall re. indenture 17/18 Aug 1719, revocation of trusts concerning capital messuage called Ridge Hall etc. in Derbyshire [Chapel en le Frith]. C78/1733, no. 1 [51]
1733 15 Oct 7 Robert Martin; Thomas Glandford alias Glanville; Arthur Cook, executor of Thomas Plainpin; and Magdalen Martin, executrix of Clement Martin v. Thomas Kerridge, esq; and John Marlow re. July 1705 the defendant Thomas Kerridge became bound by bond to defendant John Marlow in the penal sum of £400 conditioned on repayment of £200 with interest, at a certain day long since passed... C78/1737, no. 10 [52]
1733 23 Oct 7 Frances Waffe, widow and relict of Robert Waffe v. Robert Gynn; Thomas Beevor; Rose Harrold, widow, Peter Harrold; and William Rolfe re. death 15 Aug 1713, of complt's husband Robert Waffe, intestate and without issue; his real and personal estate of divers freehold messuages, lands, tenements etc. C78/1827, no. 7 [53]
1733 23 Oct 7 William Elliott v. Joseph Hawkins, & Mary his wife re. loan £320 6/7 June 1728, by Mary Hawkins (before her marriage) from complt. William Elliott, secured on property on the east side of Port Lane, alias Brick Lane, in par. St Giles without Cripplegate. C78/1780, no. 8 [54]
1733 25 Oct 7 Richard Webb of Eastborne, Sussex, & Mary his wife; Christopher Fearon of Cockermouth, Cumberland, & Dorothy his wife, which said Mary and Dorothy were sisters of the half blood to Robert Jackson late of Woodside, Bucks, esq v. Jane Griffin, widow; Ann Walter; Grace Jackson; and Frances Jackson re. death intestate 28 Oct 1726, of Robert Jackson (ex-commander of his late Majesty's Ship of War), real estate at Woodside [Amersham], Bucks. & personal estate of ready money, plate, jewels, South Sea stock and annuities etc. worth £20,000+ C78/1743, no. 2 [55]
1733 9 Nov 7 Charles Baldwyn and Charles Coates, esqs v. Robert Allgood, esq; Lancelott Allgood, esq; and Henry Quentry re. marriage agreement 25/26 July 1727, complt. Baldwyn & Dame Elizabeth Strachan, niece of George Allgood. Mortgage of manor of Chipchase, tithes of Berkley & other messuages etc in Northumberland. Failure of the defts to pay either the mortgage or the interest since the death of George Allgood. C78/1755, no. 6 [56]
1733 13 Nov 7 William Bowles, esq v. John Russell the younger; Rowland Jenks; and Edward Owen re. sale 24/25 Apr 1721 £3,800, of messuages, lands and tenements in Deuxhill, Salop by Honor Hassall, the younger (formerly the estate of Timothy Hassall d.1710] her late father) to complt. William Bowles. C78/1783, no. 11 [57]
1733 13 Nov 7 Thomas More, esq, administrator of Basil More and also administrator with the will annexed of William More unadministered by John Forcer also administrator of Charles More; John Loving, esq, & Dame Mary Humble his wife, executrix of Sir William Humble, baronet; John Bradley, clerk; John More; Catherine More; John Yate, executor of James Morgan; and Elizabeth More, widow, administratrix of Augustine More v. Thomas Bennett, esq, one of the masters of Chancery; and John Crawford re. will 25 Dec 1680 of John Bill; bequests and conditions. C78/1756, no. 7 [58]
1733 17 Nov 7 Francis Dayrell, esq, son and heir of Dame Mary Dayrell and late the wife of Sir Marmaduke Dayrell knight who was the only child and heir of William Glascock, esq v. William Glascock, esq; Robert Glascock; Dorothy Turner; Robert Smithson; John Meere; William Weekes; Richard Secker; William Glascock the younger; and Daniel Dandy re. marriage agreement 29 Apr 1648, William Glascock and Elizabeth Shiers; manor of Hassewbury [Hassobury] in pars. of Farnham and Stortford [Bishop's Stortford], in Essex and Herts. C78/1817, no. 7 [59]
1733 18 Nov 7 Henry March; John March; Thomas March; and Mary March the wife of Joseph Cranmer gentleman all infants v. Anthony Evans since deceased & Mary his wife and others (sic) re. will 26 May 1696 of Francis March (complt's father); monies and £6,000 put out by trustees for interest. C79/114, no. [60]
1733 20 Nov 7 Mary Nutty, widow v. Sarah Hippesley, widow; and Edward Prior re. complt's right to benefits of estate viz. copyhold messuage or tenement in manor of Hampstead, folowing her 1700 marriage to late Edward Nutty; estate bought of Phillip Cator... C78/1750, no. 3 [61]
1733 27 Nov 7 Thomas Torshell, gent v. William Coles; and Thomas Short re. loans 23 Jan [1728], several sums totaling £600+, by John Durrant of Singleborough [in par. Great Horwood], Bucks from Thomas Torshell, secured on messuage or tenement with two closes, and meadow and pasture grounds dispersed in the open and common fields of Singleborough. C78/1784, no. 4 [62]
1733 27 Nov 7 John Norwood, & Frances his wife, one of the two daughters and coheirs of James Harrison of Reading, Berks, doctor in physick v. Anne Harrison, widow, late wife of said James Harrison; Mathew Terry, & Sarah his wife re. marriage agreement July 1724, John Norwood and Frances Harrison; capital messuage and farm, closes etc. & cottage etc. lately built at Reading, Berks. C78/1756, no. 4 [63]
1733 30 Nov 7 Benjamin Weale & Hester his wife v. Samuel Patteson and Robert Marsh re. John Marsh 18 April 1695, being apprehensive he was near death, surrendered 25 acres copyhold land and barn in Hendon, Middx; descent of this property. C78/1935, no. 12 [64]
1733 3 Dec 7 Henry Stonor son and executor of Henry Stoner; Catharine Meara; and Martha Meara daughters and executrices of Mary Brinckhurst v. John Brinkhurst esq son and heir of John Brinkhurst the younger and named in the said bill and Dorothy Bigg daughter and executrix of Lucy Bigg who was the executrix of Stonor Crouch a trustees re. indenture 1 Dec 1669, descent of Mansion House in Great Marlow, Bucks. C78/80, no. [65]
1733 10 Dec 7 Robert Bromley and Isabella Jacs nephew and niece and also coheirs of William Milward clerk their late Uncle v. Brown Willis and Nicholas Lampton esqs; Thomas Willis; Francis Phillips; John Willis; and Emanuel Shephard & Jane his wife re. marriage agreement William Milward, complt's late uncle [clerk of Basingstoke, Hampshire] and Anne Willis (dau. of Thomas Willis descd); lands and premises in Hants. C79/61, no. [66]
1733 13 Dec 7 George Henry, earl of Lichfield; Osmond Beauvoir esq; Oliver Marton, gentleman; William Ashurst esq; and Thomas Ashurst gentleman executors of Robert Ashurst esq their late father; Thomas Harris esq; John Eyre esq; George Brown esq; Thomas Penson, gentleman; and Sarah Chester widow and administrator of Peter Chester doctor of divinity her late husband v. Gabriel Roberts esq; Augustin Wollaston esq; Bennett Langton esq executor of George Langton esq his late father; Phillip Roberts esq; William Goostrey gentleman; John Bainbrigg gentleman; and James Woolaston gentleman re. ordered and decreed that it should be referred to Master Lightborn of this Court to take an account what was due to the several complainants for the sum of £28,800 and interest on their respective mortgages and to tax them their costs... C78/2073, no. 1 [67]
1733 15 Dec 7 William Collins v. Margarett Fulham and Elizabeth Fulham executrices of John Fulham esq re. alleged mismanagement of monies placed out at interest by late John Fulham, on behalf of complt William Collins; £100 to be placed out and £10 interest owed. C79/190, no. [68]
1733 18 Dec 7 Daniel Holworthy the elder; and Daniel Holworthy the younger v. Thomas Brown; Clement Boshun; Horce Horsnell; the Mayor, Commonalty, and Citizens of the City of London, Governors of the Possessions, Goods, and Revenues of the Hospitals of Edward VI King of England of Christ, Bridewell, and St Thomas the Apostle; John Lang; and Sir Phillip York, knight, Attorney General re. will 25 June 1729 of Anne Holworthy; bequest 'to two of the poorest hospitals, within 20 miles of London, £50 to be equally divided between so many poor women within who received alms, to be paid within six months after my decease....' C78/1710, no. 1 [69]