C78 1729

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Major Contributor(s): Robert C. Palmer

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Cal_Year Cal_Date Regnal_Year Parties Subject Matter Roll/Case_No.
1729 C78/, no. []
1729 5 May 2 John Fox; Joseph Fox; William Bingham; Thomas Minnitt; George Cassell yeomen owners and occupiers of land and inhabitants in the parish of Sturton, Notts on behalf of themselves and all other owners and occupiers of lands and inhabitants of that parish v. Robert Ayd clerk; St Andrew Thornhagh; and the dean and chapter of the cathedral and metropolitan church of St Peter of York C79/72, no. [2]
1729 7 June 2 Hugh Bethell esq & Sarah his wife and Mary Williamson executor and executrixes of William Dickenson esq v. Charles Robinson C79/125, no. [3]
1729 8 July 3 William Scourfield of Brecon, Co. Brecon and Anne his wife who was daughter, heir and executrix of William Phillips, who was brother, heir and executor of Thomas Phillips of Brecon decd v Mary Griffith widow and Jeremiah Griffith, clerk Mortgage by Thomas Powell, father of the deft Mary, of lands called Penycerrig in the parishes of Llanelweth and Disserth, Co. Radnor. C78/1394, no. 4 [4]
1729 22 July 3 Henry, duke of Beaufort son and heir of Henry, duke of Beaufort his late father; and Charles, lord Noel Somerset youngest son of the said Henry, duke of Beaufort infants by the Mountague, earl of Abingdon; the Honorable James Bertie; and the Honorable Dodington Greville esqs v. Walter Cary and Samuel Holditch esqs C79/60, no. [5]
1729 11 July 3 Elizabeth Palmer widow and Mary Torlock v. Henry Troughton & Margaret his wife and Caatharine Ellis spinster now the wife of Hugh Kenedy C78/163, no. [6]
1729 27 July 3 Edward Turnour esq; George Ward gentleman & Isabella his wife who was one of the daughters and coheirs of Charles Turnour late of Parendon, Essex, esq who was son and heir of Sir Edward Turnour knight; Dorothea Turnour an infant (one other of the daughters of the aforesaid Charles Turnour) by the said Edward Turnour; and Charles Lee citizen ofLondon one of the creditors of the aforesaid Sir Edward Turnour on the behalf of himself and other creditors of the said Sir Edward Turnour v. Sir William Osbaldiston baronet; Sir Thomas Cross baronet; Nathaniel Pigot; George Lewen; William Newland esqs; and Samuel Roycroft gentleman C79/60, no. [7]
1729 18 Dec 3 John Castledge doctor in phisick v. Benarah Beeston and John Lake executors of John Downes and the Right Honorable William Pultener esq; and Harry Pultener esq C79/64, no. [8]
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