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Cal_Year Cal_Date Regnal_Year Parties Subject Matter Roll/Case_No.
1757 C78/, no. []
1757 20 Jan 30 Elizabeth Thomas of Thorverton, Devon, spinster, daughter of Nicholas Thomas late of Thorverton, yeoman, deceased,and William Marshall of Bundley [Bondleigh], Devon, clerk who married Frace the daughter of James Taylor late of Brampford Speke, Devon, yeoman v. James Taylor & Anne his wife; and Henry Ash; and Edward Hanbury re. sale, 20/21 Nov 1713,by Nicholas Thomas and James Taylor of messuage in Langaton par. Pynn [Pinhoe], Devon to John Way & James Ryder. C78/1951, no. 4 [2]
1757 29 Jan 30 Letitia Mascall of Stanmore, Middx, formerly wife of Hugh Christian deceased and afterwards the wife and then the widow of Thomas Mascall being the daughter and only child and heir at law of Anthony Brucer, esq v. Thomas Ryves; Thomas Wollascot; Richard Haukins; Thomas Collins; and William Murray esq Attorney General re. will 18 July 1752, of Anthony Brucer and property in Middx, Berks, Bucks, Beds, Essex, Lincs Surrey, Oxon and elsewhere. C78/1952, no. 4 [3]
1757 16 Feb 30 Elizabeth Sandys; Mary Sandys; and Samuel Sandys infant by said Elizabeth Sandys their mother v. Brown Sandys; Richard Plummer; George Tuffnell; and Peter Basford esqs re. Windsor Sandys the elder (complt's g-father) and a marriage treaty 4/5 Nov 1724: Windsor Sandys the son and Elizabeth Browne. C78/1957, no. 5 [4]
1757 24 Feb 30 Dame Mary Mansell v. Sir Edward Vaughan Mansell; Mansell Langdon; William Langden; Samuel Townshend & Dorothy his wife; Edward Townshend; Samuel Townshend the younger; Edward Mansell Cole; John Brown; Edward Brown; Sir John Phillips, baronet; and Colthorpe Clayton re. will 30 Nov 1683, of Edward Vaughan bequest to Sir Edward Mansell of Muddlescombe [Muddlescwm, near Kidwelly], Carmarthen. C78/1958, no. 1 [5]
1757 30 April 30 Thomas Lamprey clerk, rector of Stonar, Kent v. Frances Rooke widow; William Troward; William Rictars; John Austen; and John Woodcock the younger re. tythes etc. of manor of Stonar, Kent [now part of Dover] & advowson or right of presentation to rectory. C78/1951, no. 5 [6]
1757 26 May 30 John Bartlett; Betty Bartlett, spinster; Edward bartlett; and Sarah Bartlett; and Williams Adams Bartlett both infants by said John Bartlett their brother; John May; Nathaniel May; John Ford & Elizabeth his wife heretofore Elizabeth May, spinster; Joseph Latch & Jane his wife heretofore Jane May, spinster; Sarah May, spinster; and Hannah May; and Ann May both infants by said John May their brother v. Thomas Lynk; James Cullymore; Nathaniel Adams Bartlett; Mary May, widow; Mary May, spinster an infant by said Mary May the elder her mother and guardian; William Bartlett & Elizabeth his wife; and Hannah Adams, widow re. will 25 April 1742, of William Adams, and property in [?]Alveston, Gloucs, inc. at Down and a farm at Upper Hazell. C78/1957, no. 1 [7]
1757 5 June 31 Frances Hanbury, widow since deceased v. Frances Cotton widow and Sir Armine Woodhouse, baronet re. library of manuscripts of Sir Robert Cotton [1st Baronet], of Connington, Hunts, and 1701 Act of Parliament [12 & 13 William III, c. 7] transferring them to nation [British Museum]. C78/1960, no. 6 [8]
1757 25 June 30 George Sayer of Jermyn Street in the parish of St James in the liberty of Westminster, doctor in divinity and executor and residuary legatee and also on the devisees of Exton Sayer of Doctors Commons, London, doctor of laws v. William Masterman of Castle Yard, London, gentleman and Elizabeth Sayer, spinster re. will 26 Oct 1730 of Exton Sayer; bequest of property at Jolby Stapleton [par. Stapleton, N Yorks] and pepperfields in par. Croft, Yorks. C78/1961, no. 2 [9]
1757 28 June 31 Dudly Ryder knight Attorney General at the relation of John Cooth and Thomas Loestley gentleman churchwardens; Henry Carey; Samuel Salmon; Edward Perry; and William Norman gentlemen overseers of the poor of the parish of Shepton Mallet, Som; and also of Anthony Wickham, clerk, master of arts;James Burt Newton esq; William Proules the younger; John Hader; Thomas Albin; Joseph Combe; and Walter Morgan gentleman principal inhabitants and parishioners of Shepton Mallet on behalf of themselves and the rest of the inhabitants and parishioners of said parish and also of George Wright; Stephen Merchant; Richard Beard; and George Slowle four poor men each of them 60 years old and older now living in the almshouse or almshouses mentioned below and the other poor people of the parish v. Edward Browne; John How; Zachary Bayley; and George Andrews re. sale 22/23 Jan 1690 by Edward Strode to Richard Marshall and Thomas Templeman of mansion house in High Downside [par.Shepton Mallet] Som. C78/1954, no. 1 [10]
1757 1 July 31 Joseph Letch of the Middle Temple and Thomas Phillips of the Custom House, London, gentlemen only surviving trustees and executors of Thomas Day late of Great Warley, Essex, esq; Pinson Bonham of the parish of St Brides, London, esq; Samuel Bonham of London, gentleman; and Thomas Dayan infant only child of the said Thomas Day deceased by said Thomas Phillips v. Bennet Offley re. loan 28 June 1736, £1,000 by Bennet Offley from Thomas Day, the elder, secured on messuage with close and orchard in Church Lane, Needingworth, Hunts [now Cambs]. C78/1954, no. 6 [11]
1757 11 July 31 John Milward v. William Milward and Richard Milward re. property in Derbs. & Staffs., and considerable personal fortune, and debts of Walter Milward (complt's father) who died intestate. C78/1959, no. 2 [12]
1757 12 July 31 John Lovett eldest son and heir of Thomas Lovett; (and, added later:) John Hall and John Haynes otherwise Heanes v. Sarah Grove, widow and executrix of John Grove re. indenture 16 Feb 1701, between John Fotherly lord of manor of Rickmansworth, Herts and John Lovett of Chorley Wood, Herts, and manorial customs. C78/1965, no. 3 [13]
1757 7 Nov 31 John Wand of Brook Street, Hanover Square, butcher v. William Plumer and Elizabeth Wand the complainant's wife re. alleged fraud Aug 1754 by complt's wife, Elizabeth Wand, and £517 kept in cash at dwelling house. C78/1954, no. 5 [14]
1757 11 Nov 31 David Crow, gentleman v. Richard Smith and John Robinson & Mary his wife re. will 1 Aug 1756 of James Crowe of Barbados and bequest to David Crow of a moiety of estate after he attained age of 21. C78/1975, no. 4 [15]
1757 25 Nov 31 Richard Oakeley of the county of Shropshire esq v. George Smith; George Smith the younger; John Smith; Lucy Biggs; John Walcot; and Andrew Hill re. Marriage agreement 8 July 1725, Richard Oakeley and Margaret his wife, (complt's parents); & marriage between complt and Lucy Biggs. C79/117, no. [16]
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