C78 1727

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1727 C78/, no. []
1727 12 Jan Charles Corneforth gentleman v. James Boyes [vide 1727 C78/2049, no. 10 ] re. deed poll 9 Apr 1716; loan £200 18/19 Apr 1715, by defendt. from William Ness, secured on messuage and several lands in Thornton, Yorks. C78/2049, no. 11 [2]
1727 12 Jan 13 Sir Jeffery Jefferyes knight and alderman of the City of London; and William Symonds, gentleman on behalf of themselves and other creditors of Dame Frances Throgmorton, widow v. William Norcliffe; Thomas Wright; and others re. marriage agreement sir Clement Throgmorton and dame Frances; messuage, tenement and farm called Sungers [?Songar Grange] in pars. Snitterfield, Wootton [Wootton Wawen] and Glendon [?Grendon], Warks. & messuage, tenement and farm called Pynley [Pinley] farm or Pynly fields and Lingfields in par Hatton, Warks. & messuage, tenement and farm called ?Guises farm in Shrowley [Shrewley], Warks. & rectory impropriate of Hatton, etc., etc; loan £800 by Sir Clement Throgmorton secured on Sungers farm... C78/1818, no. 6 [3]
1727 24 Jan 13 Thomas Sheppard; Frances Mason; Thomas Booth & Elizabeth his wife; William Chrichley yeoman; Stephen Urinson mariner & Dorothy his wife; Joseph Wall & Ann his wife; Benjamin Chrichley apothecary; Mary Rawlins; Peter Vanzill & Katherine his wife; Richard Backhouse; Thomas Chrichley; Benjamin Chrichley gentleman; Mary Chrichley; Jane Spencer; John Wright & Sarah his wife; and Hester Brown v. Thomas Smith re. will 31 Oct 1721 and codicil 12 Sept 1722, of Thomas Sheppard of London, clerk; his considerable personal estate £5,000+; bequests and legacies. C78/1857, no. 7 [4]
1727 28 Jan 13 William Gardiner, clerk v. James Cooke; Edward Griffith; and John Gyffith, clerks re. letters patent 26 Nov 1672 of Charles II, and demise for £500 for 31 years from 1670, of the advowson of church of Eckington cum Killamarsh, Derb; Lord Frecheville's indenture 29 Dec 1672 to sir John Beale and sir Gilbert Clarke in trust for Samuel Gardiner, Doctor of Divinity... C78/1687, no. 4 [5]
1727 31 Jan 13 Bezaliel Brownsmith brother and heir of John Brownsmith v. Mary Gisbourne widow and Anne Gisbourne spinster re. descent of divers, messuages, lands and tenements in Orpington, Footscray & elsewhere in Kent formerly owned by [ ]Beveridge, Doctor in Physic. C78/2062, no. 10 [6]
1727 16 Feb 13 Russell Presgrave v. Richard Herdman and Samuel Cawthorne re. purchase 17 June 1724 for £246 1s, of an estate by Laurence Herdman, clerk, deceased [vicar of Wiggenhall St Germans, d.1725], on behalf of complt. Russell Presgrave, in order to keep purchase secret from complt's landlord, all that messuage or tenement with barn, stable yards, orchards and homestall of pasture ground etc...in Wiggenhall St Peter, Norfolk. C79/115, no. [7]
1727 16 Feb 13 Russell Presgrave v. Richard Herdman; and Samuel Cawthorn [seemingly identical to above] re. purchase 17 June 1724 for £246 1s, of an estate by Laurence Herdman, clerk, deceased [vicar of Wiggenhall St Germans, d.1725], on behalf of complt. Russell Presgrave, in order to keep purchase secret from complt's landlord, all that messuage or tenement with barn, stable yards, orchards and homestall of pasture ground etc...in Wiggenhall St Peter, Norfolk. C78/1834, no. 5 [8]
1727 6 Mar 13 Whitchcott Turner and Sarah his wife the only daughter and issue of Richard Willett, mercer decd, by Sarah his wife; and also Sarah Turner the only daughter and issue of the said Whitchcott Turner and Sarah his wife, an infant v. The said Sarah Willett; Thomas Willett; and Joseph Palmer re. will 25 July 'then last', of Richard Willett; his considerable personal estate £15,000+, descent of estate after wife'e death; Joseph Palmer, his 'honest faithful servant' to have £1,000 and carry on the business with apprentice James Clutterbuck... C78/1424, no. 3 [9]
1727 7 March 13 Charlton Wollaston of Charterhouse Square [in Smithfield], Middx, esq, sole executor of William Wollaston of Charterhouse Square, clerk v. George Venables Vernon; Richard Vernon; and Thomas Vernon, esqs re. loan 6 June 1707 £5,000, by Henry Vernon deceased from William Wollaston deceased, secured on several manors,lordships, lands, tenements in Staffs; Charles Cholmondeley [1685-1756] of Vale Royal, Ches. C78/1802, no. 2 [10]
1727 9 March 13 Humfry Sydenham of Dulverton [Combe, Dulverton], Som, esq, grandson and heir of Jane Sydenham who was on the grandchildren and coheirs of Dame Catherine Pole who was aunt and heir at law to Sir John St Barbe late of Broadlands, Som [?Hants], baronet, the said Humfry Sydenham being executor and residuary legateee of Sir John St Barbe v. John Flouer esq, and George Sydenham gent re. will 24 Apr 1722 of sir John St Barbe [c.1655–1723] of Broadlands [Hants] and his manors, messuages, lands, tenements and hereditements in the cos. of Southampton [Hants] and Soms; property in Ashington, Soms. to 'new' wife Alice [née Fiennes] & bequests... C78/1825, no. 4 [11]
1727 9 March 13 Richard Edgcombe, esq; Sir William Courtnay, baronet; William Cloberry, esq; John Coster, gent; Thomas Coster, gent; Nehemiah Champion; Sir Abraham Elton, baronet; Thomas Chambers; and John Essignton, esq, for themselves and for other adventurers, bounders, and proprietors in the waters, watercourses, mines, works, and undertakings hereinafter mentioned v. Joseph Sawse, esq; Francis Scoble, esq; Thomas Carlyon, gent; John Varson; John Pollard; Nathaniel Gumma; Mathew Walkey; and John John re. time out of mind certain tin grounds in great waste or down called Mulvra Common in par, St Austell, Corn.; Mulvra Mills etc., descent, rights, ownership... C78/1698, no. 1 [12]
1727 10 March 13 Benjamin Nodes of St Botolphs without Bishopsgate, London and Thomas Pratt of the same parish innholders v. Samuel Higgs & John Prior re. rights of parishioners of said par.of St Botolphs-without-Bishopsgate to meet in vestry and elect officers, such as Overseer of the Poor and Church Wardens... C79/20, no. [13]
1727 15 March 13 John Remington, executor of Edward Remington v. William Baresby re. loan 12 Sept 1717 £120, by defendant William Baresby from Edward Remington (now deceased), secured on one close of pasture or meadow ground, about 16 acres, lying in the field of Thorpe Satchville, Leics. [vide also 1729 C78/1784, no.1] C78/1799, no. 2 [14]
1727 29 March 1 Thomas Hutchinson of Booten [Booton in Broadland], Norf, gent for himself and the other creditors of John Bayly of Ormesby, Norf, gent v. Margaret Bayley; John Ellis; and Theodocea Bayley re. will 16 Sept 1GeorgeII (1727), of John Bayley [d.18 Dec 1727] of Ormesby and his messuages, farms, lands, tenements and hereditaments in Shottesham [?Shottisham, Suff.], Stoakesby [Stokesby, Norf.] and Needham, Norf bequests and his debts. C78/1724, no. 5 [15]
1727 19 April 13 William Caine gentleman v. Richard Combes; Edmund Bower; William Gill; and Thomas Dickenson [damaged and faded document] re. several loans, £200, £100, £200, by complt. William Caine from defendants, secured on messuages and lands in Burnham and Huntspill, Soms. C78/1860, no. 1 [16]
1727 21 April 13 Arthur Stone, gent v. William Pannett the elder; William Pannett the younger; John Stone an infant by his mother and guardian; and Roger Furner re. descent of property of complt's late father; personal estate £5,000+, capital messuage, manors, messuage and lands in Herts; bargain and sale 8 Oct 1701, Ambrose Wadamore; marriage to Anne Mattock an 'obscure person'... C78/1807, no. 2 [17]
1727 21 April 13 James Gambier of the Middle Temple, London, esq v. Thomas Lehemp of St Anne's, Westminster, esq; Anne Mary Des Pares de Varenne, widow of David De Varenne le Bretonniere alias Bandett of St Anne's Westminster, esq; and Peter Francis Bellamy of St Andrews, Middx, gent re. will 7 May 1718, of David de Varenne, no issue and his considerable personal estate; exchequer orders and tallyes, bequests. C78/1686, no. 1 [18]
1727 29 April 13 Francis Foot of Grays Inn, Middx; and Stephen Langden of Bereferris [Bere Ferrers], Devon, yeoman v. Sir John Hobart, baronet; Thomas Marriott, late of Cliffords Inn, Middx, esq, since deceased; William Clayton; George Derry; and others (sic) re. will 20 Mar 1689 & codicil 10 July 1690, of sir John Maynard; capital messuage and manor of Gunnersbury and manors and lands in Yealing [Ealing] and Acton, Middx... C78/1682, no. 1 [19]
1727 1 May 13 Thomas Piddington & Elizabeth his wife; William Piddington their eldest son of full age; and Elizabeth, Mary, and Thomas Piddington infants their younger children by the said Thomas Piddington their father v. William Mayne; John Jervas; John Harris; and John Field re. marriage agreement 9 May 1676, William Greenwood and Elizabeth (dau. of George Winchurst); demise of a messuage, garden and premises in Henley upon Thames, Oxon. for 500 years at peppercorn rent., conditions... C79/61, no. [20]
1727 1 May 13 Charles Randall Covert, clerk [d.1759. vicar of Hunston and North Mundham, Sussex]; and Henry Blackman v. John Burnand, gent re. indenture of ffeofment 23 Sept 1710, and £100 paid by complt. to John Bennett late of Barnham, and one messuage and 3 barns with orchards, gardens, backsides and closes of meadow and pasture land and tithes of corn and grain in pars. Barnham, Yapton and Walberton, Sussex. C78/1687, no. 3 [21]
1727 5 May 13 Maurice Hunt, an infant by David Crawford; and the said David Crawford, surviving executor of Maurice Hunt, father to the said plaintiff Hunt v. Robert Blachford; Samuel Wheeley; John Blachford; Sir John d'Oyly; William Tipping; Francis Robson; Lady Paul Lord Neuman; The Mayor and Aldermen of Banbury; Michael Reynolds; William Knight; Robert Mignon, & Cecill his wife; Fiennes Twistleton, lord Say and Seal; and Edward Barber re. letters patent of 11 Nov 22CharlesII [1670-71], and an Act of Parliament [22&23 CarII.c24] concerning fee-farm and other rents granted to Lord Hawley, sir Charles Harbord, sir William Haward, sir John Talbot, sir Robert Steward and William Harbord... C78/1794, no. 19 [22]
1727 10 May 13 Oswald Dykes school master v. Fretchvile Dykes esq & Jane his wife; Mary Crosthwaite; Barbara Smithes; and Frances Salkeld re. marriage agreement Leonard Dykes and Grace (complt's father and mother); father's estate conveyed to John Salkeld, William Fairfax, Roger Gregg, Robert Highmore and Henry Salkeld for settling estate on issue male of marriage... C78/2051, no. 2 [23]
1727 12 May 13 Jacob George Legrand, merchant v. Peter Joseph Migliormy; Gerrard Van Neck; and Clay de Jamineau assignees of a commission of bankruptcy awarded against Sir Justus Beck, baronet; and the South Sea Company [vide1728,C78/1761,no.11] re. complt. Jacob George Legrand, some years since, purchased orders or annuities in the Govt. lottery for payment of £4,050 principal and interest, and not being in England, assigned them to sir Justus Beck [1st Baronet, d.1722]. C78/1724, no. 3 [24]
1727 15 May 13 Joshua Ward v. John Dickins esq; John Bayly; John Pickersgal; Edmund Morris; Thomas Warren; John Farr; and Joshua Hattfield re. alleged £1,500 fraud by Dickins who claimed ownership of estates in Salop and Staffs., and iron works in former co.... C78/1938, no. 7 [25]
1727 16 May 13 John Galton v. Thomas Mallack, & Benedicta his wife; Benedicta Mallack, jr; and Meliora Mallack their infant daughters; John Standerwick; Richard Denson; Humphry Phillimore; Robert Gummer; William Bradshaw; and Jeremiah Smith re. loan £300 end May or beginning June 1723, by Thomas Mallack from complt. John Galton, secured on his copyhold customary lands of inheritance in Pidmister [Pitminster] and Corfe, parcel of the manor of Taunton Deane [Soms.]. C78/1732, no. 5 [26]
1727 17 May 13 Roger Osbaldeston gentleman v. George Barney & Anne his wife; Samuel Gradwin; Richard Bull re. mortgage 22 June 1722, a messuage in Watford, Herts by Anne ?Miskare to Joseph Weedon, William Thompson and Michael Turpin for securing the sum of £64... C79/16, no. [27]
1727 17 May 13 John Lamplee v. Jeremiah Harford, & Elizabeth his wife; and Elizabeth Lamplee; and Anne Lamplee re. property of Humphrey Lamplee who died, intestate, 17 Apr 1718, messuages, lands, tenements in par. St James [Westminster], Middx. and elsewhere and considerable personal estate, £8,000+; plaintiff's mother entered upon & possessed herself of all said real and personal estate... C78/1793, no. 14 [28]
1727 17 May 13 John Harris v. John Ballard the elder and Thomas Symes, executors of William Harris; George Churcher the elder; and George Churcher; William Churcher; Richard Churcher; Elizabeth Churcher; and Sarah Churcher, infants, children of said George Churcher the elder by Robert Crowder their guardian re. will 14 Apr 1721, of William Harris (first cousin of complt.); his personal estate of £2,000; his only son, Harry Harris was 'gone beyond the seas and supposed to be dead'... C78/1778, no. 18 [29]
1727 6 June 13 Hester Hughes widow and administratrix of John Hughes her late husband v. Richard Cantillon sr; Richard Cantillon jr; and Francis Moor re. Richard Cantillon senior and his 'bankers shop' in Paris, France and his agreement Aug 1719, with one Loftus and others for them to carry on the business of bankers at his house in Paris... C78/2075, no. 8 [30]
1727 9 June 2 John Calvert; Thomas Harrison, administrator of Bethell Robinson; Mary Coply, widow and executrix of Samuel Copley, gent; William Savile; Anthony Jobling; George Body; Ralph Hawxwell; and Thomas Hird v. Elizabeth Conyers; and John Gilling re. it was ordered and decreed the estate in question should be forthwith sold to the best purchaser that could be got. Allowed by one of the Masters of this Court... C78/1748, no. 2 [31]
1727 12 June 3 Moses Hawkins, yeoman; George Dawes, baker, & Mary his wife; and Cuthbert Smith, distiller, & Sarah his wife; George Dawes, distiller; and Elizabeth Dawes, spinster; and William Dawes, which said Elizabeth and William were infants by the first named George Dawes their father and which said Sarah the wife of Cuthbert Smith; George Dawes the distiller; Elizabeth Dawes; and William Dawes were all the sons and daughters of then lliving of said mary Dawes, wife of said George Dawes the baker v. Samuel Mason re. marriage agreement Samuel Mason and Sarah (née Hawkins); £5,000, as marriage portion, advanced by John Hawkins to Samuel Mason on their marriage with conditions... C78/1703, no. 3 [32]
1727 17 June 1 Granado Pigott of Abington Pigotts, Cambs, esq; and Ann Pigott, an infant, daughter of said Granado Piggott by Ann his wife, who was the daughter of Thomas Sandes, a freeman and merchant of London by said Granado Pigott her guardian v. Humphrey Morice, esq; Sir Thomas Lee, baronet, & Dame Elizabeth his wife; and John Claxton, esq, & Sarah his wife re. marriage agreement 10/11 Feb 1698, Thomas Sandes & Ann Rolls, dau of Michael Rolls late of London, merchant; several messuages, lands, tenements and hereditaments in Preston St Mary [near Lavenham] and elsewhere in Suffolk, property of Sandes. C78/1702, no. 1 [33]
1727 20 Jun 1 William Skelton v. John, Lord Bishop of London, since decd [John Robinson, 1650–1723]; James Gibbon; and Edward Alexander re. rights of Bishop of London to appoint persons to vacancies; Office of Principal Register of London belonging to Court of such Bishops and of the Keeper and Register of all Books, Minnits(sic), Writings Evidences and Exhibits, to the said Office, belonging to and in the Grant of the said Lord Bishop... C78/1427, no. 3 [34]
1727 22 June 1 Charles Corneforth gentleman v. James Boyes [vide 1727 C78/2049, no.11] re. ordered and decreed that it should be referred to Master Holford of this Court to take an account of what was due to the complainant for principal money and interest upon his mortgages and securities from the 19 Nov 1724 & to tax the complainant his costs... C78/2049, no. 10 [35]
1727 27 June 1 Ann Upton an infant by Richard Mead, only child of Sarah Upton decd late wife of Richard Upton, and one of the sisters of Edward Cowper late of Strood in the parish of Slynfold [Slinfold], Sussex decd; and James Gratwicke, infants by their (sic) father Thomas Gratwicke (the said James Gratwicke and Ann Gratwicke being the children of the said Thomas Gratwicke & Martha Gratwicke his late wife decd who was another of the sisters of the said Edward Cowper); and Sarah Lawton, Harley Lawton & Eliz: Lawton children of Henry Lawton & Mary his wife, infants by Mary Weeks, widow, their grandmother v. Lawrence Cowper; Jane Cowper; widow; Charles Eversfeild; Thomas Willard the elder; Henry Lawton; John Bromfield; Edward Shelley; Thomas Parham; and Thomas Willard the younger re. conveyance 28 Apr 1720, by Edward Cowper to Charles Eversfeild & Charles Willard, manor or lordship of Chirfold [?Kingsfold] alias Strood [in par. Warnham, Sussex] and manor or lordship of ?Benn in Warnham & capital messuage called Strood House etc... C78/1481, no. 4 [36]
1727 28 June 1 Elizabeth Okington, widow v. Dean and Chapter of the Cathedral Church of Winchester; Peter Collins, since deceased; George Collins; and Nicholas Collins re. customs of the manor of Exton [Hants], Lords of Manor being the Dean & Chapter of Winchester Cathedral; messuages lands and tenements grantable for certain numbers of lives... C78/1812, no. 2 [37]
1727 30 June 1 Anne Russell of St Margarets, Westminster, widow, lately the widow of Thomas Cox of said parish, esq v. Joseph Fisher re. will 28 Apr 1710 of Richard Petty (complt's father) of par. St Paul, Covent Garden, Middx; estate of very considerable yearly value & also 20 messuages or tenements 3 new-built in Bedford ground [?Bedford Row], 4 in Henrietta Street and also the Naggs Head and tavern adjoining & 3 in James Street and 7 in Little Russell Street... C78/1643, no. 6 [38]
1727 6 July 1 Simon Urwin v John Eyre executor of Henry Eyre decd; and William Plaxton administrator of John Ellis decd re. loan 1 Jan 1693 £550, by Mary Hodges or Catherine Hodges her sister, from Francis Page, now sir Francis Page [1661-1741], secured on two pieces of ground in Crown Court, Westminster & several messuages theron erected. C78/1400, no. 5 [39]
1727 6 July 1 Thomas Haskett of Salisbury, Wilts, esq v. Thomas Howe; and Edward Strong re. loan 5/6 Apr 1723 £1,600, by Thomas Howe of Abbots Langley alias Lees Langley from complt. Thomas Haskett, secured on capital messuage, several messuages, lands and premises at Abbots Langley [Herts]. C78/1706, no. 3 [40]
1727 9 July 1 Elizabeth Randall of Cringleford, Norf, widow, daughter of Honor Love of Cringleford, Norf, widow; and Elizabeth Randall her daughter and only child of Stephen Randall her late husband (an infant by her said mother and next friend) and Edward Lunnis v. Thomas Randall, esq; and William Greenaway re. descent of copyhold lands and tenements in Cringleford from Peter Turner, d. Feb 1722, late father of Honor Love; Court Baron for said manor 21 May 1723... C78/1829, no. 6 [41]
1727 13 July 3 John Townsend, citizen and soap boiler of London v. John Townsend the son, & Mary his wife; Henry Townsend; Robert Townsend; John Townsend; Mary Townsend; Samuel Mellersh; William Mathew; Benjamin Townsend; Thomas Townsend; and Thomas Biggs re. loan £500 22 Apr 1693, by late Henry Townend of Bath, Soms. from complt., secured on close of pasture or arable ground known as Townsmere in par. Weston, Soms. C78/1705, no. 3 [42]
1727 15 July 1 Ralph Carr the younger son of Ralph Carr of Cocken [in Houghton-le-Spring par.], Durham, esq; Ralph Milbanke; Edward Milbanke; Mark Milbanke; John Milbanke; Francis Milbanke; and Acklombe Milbanke, the six sons of Sir Ralph Milbanke of Halnaby, Yorks, baronet; Robert Carr, son of Henry Thomas Carr, esq, the brother of the said Ralph Carr of Cocken; Ralph Carr the younger son of said Henry Thomas Carr; Henry Ellison the younger son of Harry Ellison of Parkhouse, Durham, esq; and Ralph Ellison younger son of the said Harry Ellison being all them infants by the said Ralph Carr of Cocken and Harry Thomas Carr their next friends; and also John Stephenson and Peter Russell of Newcastle upon Tyne, merchants; Corney Stephenson of Gateshead, Durham, mercer; Thomas Paxton the younger, of the City of Durham, gent; and Robert Ellison of Newcastle upon Tyne, gent for and on behalf of themselves respectively and the other creditors and devisees of William Carr late of Saint Hellen Auckland, Durham, esq v. Cuthbert Ellison of Newcastle upon Tyne, clerk, nephew and heir at law of Francis Carr and brother and heir at law of Robert Carre both late of St Helen Auckland, esqs, and likewise brother and heir at law of Elizabeth Carr wife of the said William Carre; James Carre of St Helen, Auckland, esq, brother and heir at law of the said William Carre; and Sir Ralph Milbanke of Halnaby, baronet; and John Hedworth of Chester le Street, Durham, trustees under the will of William Carre re. Will 22 Oct 1727, of Francis Carre, trust settlement of estate in St Helen Auckland, Evenwood, West Thickley [High West Thickley in Shildon], Darlington, Denton, Hurworth & Heworth [?Hedworth], all in County Durham. Will is recited in decree... C78/1825, no. 12 [43]
1727 15 July 1 Francis Corfield, & Mary his wife; Edward Pryor, & Phillippa his wife; Mercy Sculthorpe, widow; and Phebe Farnham, spinster, which said Mary, Phillippa, Mercy, and Phebe were four of the daughters and coheirs of Edward Farnham, esq v. William Busby; Edward Farnham; Henry Farnham; Charles Farnham; and Benjamin Farnham, & Sarah his wife re. marriage agreement Edward Farnham senior [complt's g-father] and wife Isabell and also a marriage agreement Edward Farnham junior and wife Mary; descent of several manors lands and premises in Quorndon, Rushall, Woodhouse and Woodhouse Eaves, Leics. C78/1688, no. 1 [44]
1727 17 July 1 Sir Mountague Nelthorpe baronet the eldest son and heir of Henry Nelthorpe late of Charter House Yard, London, esq, who when living was the eldest son and heir apparent of Goddard Nelthorpe baronet deceased, the complainant being then an infant by Richard Nelthorpe his uncle v. Ann Slaughter widow; Richard Holt; Nicholas Tyrrell; William Clarke & Mary his wife; and Edward Nelthorpe [faded document] re. marriage agreement 27 JUne 1677, Nathaniel Hobson and Ann Andrews; settling a jointure on said Ann, lordships and manors, messuages, lands, tenements etc., Syrston or Syston [north of Grantham], Lincolnshire. C79/149, no. [45]
1727 17 July 1 John Littlejohn, & Thomasine his wife who was the widow and relict of Hugh Mountjoy v. Paul Orchard, esq; and others (sic) re. marriage agreement 5 July 1711, Hugh Mountjoy (d.July 1715) and Thomasine; messuage or tenement called Marcadon [Markadon] and Furze Parks in Hartland, Devon. C78/1741, no. 8 [46]
1727 18 July 1 James Jones clerk and Elinor his wife late Elinor Lloyd widow of Roger Lloyd clerk decd; and Capell Jones, Anne Jones and Mathew Jones the only son and daughters of the said Elinor by the said James, infants; William Allen and Martha his wife; Thomas Rymer and Mary his wife; Nicholas Roach and Elinor his wife; Hester Fowler, Dorothy Fowler and Charlott Fowler spinsters; the said Martha Allen, Mary Rymer, Elinor Roach, Hester, Dorothy and Charlott being the only surviving daughters of Martha Fowler widow decd by John Fowler her husband also decd v Hugh Fowler Estate formerly of Dorothy Owen wife of Wyrriott Owen, only child and heir of Arthur Cozens decd, and niece of Martha Fowler, Elinor Jones & Elizabeth Cousins. Manors of Robeston, Knowlton [Nolton], Walton, Lambston, Treffgarne [Trefgarn], Saint David's, Steynton Dale & Walwyn's Castle, Pembroke C78/1395, no. 7 [47]
1727 19 Jul 1 Sir Philip York, Attorney General, at the relation of John Hazell and Edmund Green the younger, Churchwardens and Overseers of the poor of the parish of Flaxley, Gloucs; and also at the relation of the Rev James Finlay rector of the parish church in the County of Surrey (sic), William Jackson treasurer, John Neale, Henry White, Germain Bazin, Joseph Kingston, Edward Knight and Thomas Keys, trustees on the behalf of themselves and their successors trustees of the Charity School in the said parish church church informants v. Mary Pope, spinster; Thomas Crawley als Bovey; James Theobald; Peter Theobald; John Spence; and John Boyfield re. Bequest to the poor of Flaxley in the will 30 Mar 1726, of Catherine Bovey [or Catherina Boevey, 1669-1726] late of Flaxley, widow. [The Charity Of Mrs Catherine Bovey For The Distribution Of Bibles And Other Books In The Ancient Parish Of Flaxley, In The County Of Gloucester.] C78/1423, no. 5 [48]
1727 20 July 1 Elizabeth Bentham, widow and executrix of Anthony Bentham decd v. Ann Baron, widow; William Westbrook & Frances his wife; George Wharton; and Thomas Lupton re. Refs previous decree of 6 August 1726; ordered and decreed that they will of of the said Anthony Bentham was well proved and that the said testator's copyhold estate did not pass to the plaintiff by the said will and it was ordered and decreed that it should be referred to Master Holford of this Court what to take an account of the debts of the testator that were owing at his death and certify what the same did amount to... C78/1472, no. 2 [49]
1727 21 July 1 Michael Pitman, gent v. John Isack re. loan £100 25 Mar 1720 by defendant John Isack from Elizabeth Witham and George Andrewes, secured on copyhold messuage and diverse lands thereto belonging, holden of the manor of Little Baddow Hall, Essex ... C78/1807, no. 1 [50]
1727 21 July 1 Joseph Harris; Catherine Harris; Hester Harris; and Elizabeth Harris, infants by Jeremiah Hoell, gent v. Anne Harris, widow; Thomas Harris; John Harris; and Anne Harris; William Coleman, merchant; and Nathan Hickman re. conveyance 16 Mar 1714, capital messuage

& brewhouse, edifices, buildings,sheds, yards, gardens, pieces of ground in White Cross Street in par. St Giles-without-Cripplegate, Middx. [Whitecross Street, Islington] by John Harris (complt's late father) to said Wm. Coleman & Nathan Hickman...

C78/1762, no. 11 [51]
1727 1 Aug 1 Phillip Drancour; James Seager; William Seager; and Mary Seager, infants, three of the children of William Seager by said Phillip dancour v. Elizabeth Price, widow re. demise 16 Mar 1703 by late right hon. Pawlet, Earl of Bolingbrook [Paulet St John, 3rd Earl of Bolingbroke, 1634-1711] to William Price (defendant's late husband); piece or parcel of ground on south side of White Lyon Yard, to be rebult and called White Lyon Street in Liberty of Norton Folgate, Middx... C78/1767, no. 6 [52]
1727 1 Aug 1 Attorney General, at the relation of Elizabeth Coates, administratrix of Mary Woolley with her will annexed v. William Coates, nephew and heir of said Mary Woolley; Elizabeth West, spinster; John Kellam, & Sarah his wife; Mary Higgins, widow, & Elizabeth Rose re. will 5 Sept 1723, of Mary Woolley of Hampstead, Middx, widow; divers messsuages and lands £130+ p.a. in Suffolk & very considerable personal estate; estate to son Francis; £1,200 capital stock, conditions; £300 for relief and support of poor country Protestant dissenting teachers... C78/1762, no. 9 [53]
1727 (bill) Michaelmas Term Nicholas Smith of St Annes, Westminster, Middx, victualer v. Jeremy Delavall; and John Brough [Incomplete; unnumbered] re. lease 9 Dec 1725; Hon Richard Hill [1655-1727] of Hawkstone [near Market Drayton], Salop and the executors of will of William Lowndes of par. St Margarets, Westminster. Middx. & a piece of ground... {document ends] C78/1809, no. na [54]
1727 19 Oct 1 John How, & Adeliza his wife v. James Coffin, gent; James Perkins, esq; and Joseph Hinzeman, esq re. marriage agreement 1692, Ralph Hastings junior and Betty Burrard, agreement never carried into execution ; new agreement 5/6 March 8WilliamIII [1696/7] after death of Ralph Hastings senior; manor or farm of North Hinton [near Christchurch] and rectory or tithes of Milton [now in Portsmouth] , [Hants] C78/1778, no. 11 [55]
1727 25 Oct 1 John Pyott, gent v. Joseph Lawson AND said Joseph Lawson v. John Pyott; and Richard Pyott, esq re. ordered and decreed that it should be referred to Master Kinaston of this Court to take an account and see what sums of money were really advanced and paid by the defendant to the plaintiff and compute interest for all such sums... C78/1687, no. 1 [56]
1727 26 Oct 1 Edward Thorne of the parish of Fremington, Devon, tanner; and Edward Thorne, John Thorne, Nicholas Thorne, Robert Thorne and William Thorne (sons of the said Edward Thorne by Honnor his wife) infants v. Grace Cole, widow and relict of Thomas Cole decd; and William Harris, executors of the said Thomas Cole. re. will of Thomas Cole 6 Apr 1720; several messuages,lands, tenements and hereditaments in Netherex [Nether Exe], Rewe, Thoweston [?Thorverton] and Whilstone [?Whitestone] in Devon, and in the City & County of Exeter, £100 p.a; bequests and conditions. C78/1455, no. 11 [57]
1727 28 Oct 1 William Hope, & Elizabeth his wife, only sister of Holman Hoskins, gent, son and heir of Elizabeth Hoskins, widow who was eldest daughter and coheir of Richard Holman who was son and heir of Humphry Holman, gent, who was eldest son of Margaret, daughter of Ellen, late the wife of John Partridge and aunt of Elizabeth Hoskins the younger daughter of said Holman Hoskins and heir at law to the said Elizabeth Hoskins the younger v. Jonathan Russell, & Ann his wife; Daniel Lysons, esq; Thomas Berrow, esq; Peter Haines; and Thomas Lugg re. indenture 11 Jan 31HenryVIII (1539-40), of dame Joan Cooke [1490-1545], grant to Mayor of Gloucester of lands at Podsmead in Gloucester, conditions [Crypt School charity]. C78/1755, no. 5 [58]
1727 31 Oct 1 John Lleeke; Mary Hanway, widow; Mary Hanway; Jonas Hanway; Willia Hanway; and Thomas Hanway, infants by Stephen Worlidge v. George Huish, gent; and James Blakeley, esq, administrator of Thomas Blakeley re. will 10 Nov 1713 of Thomas Hanway; very considerable personal estate, £1,634 13s of South Sea stock, bequests... C78/1778, no. 19 [59]
1727 3 Nov 1 John Fane of Mereworth, kent, esq, & Mary his wife, only daughter and heir of The Right Honorable the Lord Henry Cavendish v. The Lady Rhoda Cavendish; Thomas Cartwright; and Peter Walter re. death 'about May 1700' of lord Henry Cavendish [1673-10 May 1700], intestate; rival claims on his estate. C78/1677, no. 3 [60]
1727 14 Nov 1 William Camfield v. Elizabeth Dewe widow and Mary Walker re. indenture 16 Oct 1688, lord George Bergavenny [George Nevill, 12th Baron Bergavenny 1665-1695] and William Dewe; descent of grounds, parks or walks commonly called Ivy Lodge ...woods and underwoods in pars. Frant alias Fant and Spelshurst [both near Tunbridge Wells], Sussex. C79/9, no. [61]
1727 17 Nov 1 Phillip Fruchard of London, merchant v. Thomas Morris of St Marylebone, Middx, mason re. various indentures, leases and rents relating to pieces or parcels of abutting ground in par. St Mary le Bone, Middx. C78/1541, no. 4 [62]
1728 18 Nov 1 Thomas Bird of London merchant v. Augustin Woolaston esq; William Parker esq; and Francis Pember gentleman [damaged document] re. marriage agreement 19 May 1716, Elizabeth Nelthorpe widow (complt's sister) and Augustin Wollaston; tenement in par, St Andrew's, Holborn and piece of ground in par. St Brides, London. C78/2052, no. 2 [63]
1727 23 Nov 1 William Sclater, gent v. Sir Robert Thornhill, knight; William Brunker; John Cotton, esq; James Medlicott, esq; John Travell, esq; Dame Frances Travell, widow; William Northmore, esq; Mary Moor, widow; Roger Burgoyne, esq; Alexius Clayton, esq; Hugh Watson, gent; and Vere Gore, widow re. will 18 Jan 1721, of Sir Thomas Travell [1657-1724] of Milborne Wick, Soms. and descent of property in Lincs., Notts. and Soms. £2,000+ p.a. & estates at Hatton Garden, Fetter Lane and elsewhere... C78/1769, no. 4 [64]
1727 23 Nov 1 John Morton of Bristol, gent, devisee of James Lawrence Churchey, esq v. Nathaniel Webb [nephew d. 1732] re. will 29 Sept 'then last past', of James Lawrence Churchey [d.1726]; capital messuage [Roundhill Grange] & farm and demesne lands at Roundhill etc. [next Charlton Musgrove] in par. Wincanton, Soms... C78/1749, no. 6 [65]
1727 23 Nov 1 Francis Dickins esq v. Robert Clarke esq and Samuel Buckley esq re. letters patent 14 Dec 4William & Mary [ 1692] demise to Francis Dickins (complt's g-father) messuage or tenement called Pondhead and divers lands in Lyndhurst in the New Forest [Hants], conditions...; closes called Hustons & Shaggs. C78/1907, no. 11 [66]
1727 23 Nov 1 Elizabeth Long; John Wheeler; and James Brace, the acting executors of William Withers of Fulham, Middx, esq v. Thomas Webb of London, gent re. loan £600 12 Jan 1721, by Thomas Webb from William Withers (now deceased), secured on messuage and half yard land, at ?Wooten, one acre of arable at Crookland, three acres of land at Ruddinghall... in township of Maisemore, Gloucs; & an indenture 8 Dec 1701, Bishop of Gloucs [Edward Fowler, 1632-1714]. C78/1748, no. 6 [67]
1727 24 Nov 1 Thomas Massey v. John Brackston and Edward Hunt re. lease 4 Oct 1671, of the Dolphin Inne with the appurtenances (except the small shop) in county of Southampton [Hants.], by Edward Kyghlye and Robert Knight to Richard Thomas, late of Portsmouth (complt's g-father)... C78/2056, no. 4 [68]
1727 1 Dec 1 John Cockburn and Arabella his wife one of the daughters of Anthony Rowe and Mary Rowe both decd; and Thomas Lupton administrator of George, late Lord Forrester decd v. Felix Calvert of London; Charlott, Lady Forrester, widow of George, Lord Forrester decd; and Thomas Dummer re. indenture 29 July 1681; Samuel Vincent of Buckenham, Norf., Benjamin Bartlett of London, sir John Parsons [1639–1717] of London, Samuel Tookie of London and their undertaking (began about 43 years ago) for securing of houses against damages that might arise by fire...[Fire insurance] C78/1423, no. 2 [69]
1727 8 Dec 1 Isaac Watts v. Richard Aldridge & Elizabeth his wife; Francis Savage; Joseph Paull; and Daniel Cradock re. title to estate of Jeremiah Watts, personal estate £60+ p.a. & several freehold and copyhold lands £50+ p.a. in par. Tetbury, Gloucs; Wiiliam Watts of Hampton [Meysey Hampton], Gloucs, complt's g-father. C79/113, no. [70]
1727 11 Dec 1 Samuel Swinfen, doctor of physick, & Mabella his wife v. Ralph Purslove, gent; John Pyott, esq, & Dorothea his wife; and Joseph Lawson, esq re. descent of property of Ralph Fretwell who died 1701, intestate; capital messuage called Hellaby [now Hellaby Hall Hotel] and divers messuages, cottages and lands 360 acres £400 p.a., tithes of farm in Hellaby, late Woodalls £20 p.a. & divers messuages, cottages and lands in Hellaby, Maltby, Stainton, Braithwell and Rawmarsh, Yorks. C78/1687, no. 2 [71]
1727 12 Dec 1 Thomas Taylor, administrator of John Taylor his late father v. John Lissiman; and William Taylor re. debt of £115 owed by William Taylor to Thomas Shewring, George Cookley and Robert Milner & indenture of demise 10 Feb 1698, messuage and several outhouses and lands at Handley Castle [Hanley Castle], Worcs. C78/1541, no. 2 [72]
1727 19 Dec 1 John Tiffin v. William Allanby and John Blennerhassett esq [damaged document] re.loan £50 17/18 Apr 1721 from complt, secured on property in Aspatria, Cumberland [Cumbria]. C79/98, no. [73]
1727 19 Dec 1 Robert Elliot of Great Terrington [Great Torrington], Devon, woolseller v. Roger Clarke of same place clothier and Samuel Palmer of Great Torrington gentleman re. loan July 1713 £50, by complt. Elliot from defdnt. Clarke, secured on messuages or tenements in Great Torrington, Devon. C79/23, no. [74]
1727 19 Dec 1 Newell Girling, widow v. George Kempe, gent; and Richard Twiss re. will 7 May 1719 of Ricahrd Girling (complt's late husband); property (which was mostly the complt's before her marriage) viz, debts due upon mortgage, judgments statute bonds, bills, notes, and other securities for money, ready money, linen, plate, jewels all sorts of household goods and other goods, cattle, horses, oxen, cows, sheep... to value of £3,000+; will conditions. C78/1831, no. 6 [75]
1727 19 Dec 1 Sir Mathew Jenison, knight; Thomas Haslam, Guide Dickenson; William Herring; Robert Taylor; Robert Pacey; and Thomas Horner v. Humphry Rescorloe; John Squibb; Thomas Wilson; Jonathan Birch, & Elizabeth his wife; Ann Rayner; Winchcombe Howard Parker; and Henrietta Winchcombe; and others AND Humphry Rescorloe; John Simpson, & Elizabeth his wife v. Sir Mathew Jennison, knight; John Squibb; Jonathan Birch, clerk, & Elizabeth his wife; Ann Rayner; Henrietta Winchcombe; Howard Packer re. ordered and decreed that both the complainants and defendants should have the benefit of a former decree made in a cause wherin the said sir Matthew Jenison [1654–1734] was complainant and Hester Thwaites the residual residuary legatee with the will annexed of the Lady Mary the said deceased... C78/1798, no. 6 [76]
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