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Cal_Year Cal_Date Regnal_Year Parties Subject Matter Roll/Case_No.
1704 C78/, no. []
1704 11 Jan 2 Francis Farnaby of Rippington in Leavenock [Kippington in Sevenoaks par.], Kent, esq; and Susanna Letten of London, widow v. Sir Thomas Colepeppyr, baronet; William Stringer, esq; Thomas Stringer, esq; Dame Alicia Taylor, widow; Sir Thomas Taylor, baronet; Richard Sheafe; John Adcock; and ___ Smyth C78/1251, no. 1 [2]
1704 20 Jan 2 William Richardson, citzen and leather seller of London v. John Hungerford; and Thomas Gery, esqs; and James Moses alias Hill C78/1575, no. 7 [3]
1704 24 Jan 2 Thomas Walker, esq, & Elizabeth his wife; Catharine Gaines, spinster; Richard Lucy, clerk, & Florence his wife, which said Elizabeth, Catharine, and Florence are sisters and coheirs of John Gaines, esq v. Thomas Displine; and others (sic) C78/1619, no. 4 [4]
1704 5 Feb 2 Thomas Osbourne of Norwich, gent; Timothy Wostall; John Harvey; and Benjamin Wostall, gent v. Sir John Eyles, knight; John Heyes; and Arthur Moore, esqs; Thomas Tost; and Sir Edward Wills, knight C78/1719, no. 3 [5]
1704 9 Feb 2 Richard Nevill of Billingbear, Berks, esq; Henry Fane gentleman youngest son of Sir Henry Fane an infant by said Henry Fane his next friend; Henry Nevill gentleman youngest son of the said Richard Nevill an infant by said Richard Nevill his father and next friend; John Radford esq; and James Gray esq v. Sir Henry Johnson knight and dame Martha his wife; Thomas Lloyd esq; Thomas Pitt esq; Thomas Tutt esq; Nicholas Pitt esq; Anthony Guidott gentleman; Francis Stevens clerk; Anthony Keck; William Johnson esq; John Hungerford esq; John Bonneale; and Peter Walter C79/22, no. [6]
1704 14 Feb 2 John Lynch, esq; James White, gent; Justinian Champnies, eldest son of Justinian Champnies the younger, esq, by Sarah his wife, who was the sole daughter and heir of Andrew Hughes, gent; William Champnies; and Sarah Champnies, younger son and daughter of said Justinian Champnies the younger, all three infants, by said John Lynch v. Justinian Champnies the elder, esq; the said Justinian Champnies the younger, & Sarah his wife; Samuel Short, esq; and one George Hussey, gent C78/1515, no. 4 [7]
1703 15 Feb 2 Thomas Newnam v. Samuell Moody and Thomas Newnam and Charles Newnam infant sons of the said Thomas Newnam C79/166, no. [8]
1704 16 Feb 2 John Pedley, esq, administrator of Frances his late wife, who was one of the daughters of Sir John Bernard v. Sir Robert Bernard & Dame Anne his wife; John Bernard; Anne Bernard; Elizabeth Bernard; and Mary Bernard, children of said Sir Robert, by said Dame Anne; Sir Walter; St John Francis; St John Richard Bently, doctor in divinity & Johanna his wife; Lucy Bernard; Sir Francis Masham, baronet; Sir Thomas Lane, knight; John Mason; and George Merritt C78/1151, no. 9 [9]
1703 18 Feb 2 John Irwine v. John Giles; Henry Kidney; Thomas Watts; George Hayman; William Sealy; and John Whalocke & Joane his wife C79/166, no. [10]
1704 18 Feb 2 Elizabeth Kelsey, one of the grandchildren of Jane Holney, widow v. John Wight, esq; and William Bowell C78/1144, no. 1 [11]
1704 19 Feb 2 Humphrey Wyrley esq v. Francis Ayres C78/1897, no. 20 [12]
1704 22 Feb 2 The Governors of the Hospital and Libary in Manchester founded by Humphry Chetham, esq and Incorporated by King Charles II v. Samuel Chetham, esq C78/1773, no. 3 [13]
1704 23 Feb 2 Thomas Ufflet son, heir and executor of William Ufflet decd v John Clendon, Mary Willis, Thomas Hudson, John Bellott and Anne his wife and Samuel Hudson and others (not named) William Ufflet the complts father. Mortgage of messuage and lands in Herring Fleet [Herringfleet, near Lowestoft] in the Isle of Loveing Lane, Suffolk C78/1334, no. 1 [14]
1704 23 Feb 2 Raynes Bate of London; William Walker of the Middle Temple and Newton his wife; Sarah Bate and Barbara Bate infants by the said Raynes Bate their brother (which said Raynes, Newton, Sarah & Barbara are children of Richard Bate of London and Sarah his wife, daughter of Samuel Newton late of the Island of Barbados and Barbara his wife both decd) v. Richard Bate and Sarah his wife; Isaac Hawkins; and Christopher Prissocke [Prissick] Wills of Samuel and Barbara Newton C78/1420, no. 3 [15]
1704 23 Feb 2 Robert Bluett, esq v. Mary Baynard C78/1234, no. 7 [16]
1704 24 Feb 2 Edward Elliott of Port Elliot, Cornwall an infant by Walter Moyle v Katherine Elliot daughter and heir of Daniell Elliot late of Port Elliot decd, Richard Elliot son of Anne Elliott widow and brother of the complt Edward Elliot the younger and Edward Elliot sons fo Edward Elliot decd, Henry Fleming, John Speccott, Samuel Rosse, John Rashleigh, William Hancock and Jonathan Sparke Marriage agreement between Daniel Elliot the complts near kinsman and Katherine Fleming daughter of Edward Fleming decd. A fifth part of certain property in the Isle of Wight. C78/1360, no. 2 [17]
1704 24 Feb 2 Joseph Marsh and Massham his wife; Mary Hay and Margaret Hay infants v Richard Hay; John Hay; Thomas Hamond; Richard [?Wilbins?] and Martha his wife; Mary Hay; and Thomas Fagg Will of John Hay father of the complts Massham, Mary & Margaret. Property in the parish of Little Horstead, Sussex C78/1374, no. 2 [18]
1704 25 Feb 2 William Simcoe of Long Horseley [Longhorsley], Northumberland, clerk; Thomas Davis & Elizabeth his wife; John Warden of Cuckfield, Sussex, gentleman & Hopestill his wife, which said Hopestill was the widow and relict of Francis Pellatt late of Bury, Sussex, gentleman; Ephram Darby clerk & Elizabeth his wife one of the daughters of Elizabeth Bowser late of Godalmin, Surrey, widow; Elizabeth Darby; and Henry Darby son and daughter of said Ephraim Darby and Elizabeth his wife; Mary Derby; Martha Derby; Hannah Derby; Dane Derby; and Ephram Derby sons and daughters of said Ephraim Derby and Elizabeth his wife by said Ephraim Derby their father; John Bowler of Newport in Isle of Wight, gentleman; Henry Bowler of Godalming, clothier; Henry Bowler of Leatherhead, Surrey, gentleman; and Richard Bowler of Chittingfeld [Chiddingfold ], Surrey, mercer, which said Henry Bowler of Leatherhead and Richard Bowler were the executors of Elizabeth Bowler, Richard Pellatt; WIlliam Pellatt; and Samuel Pellatt brothers of the said Francis on behalf of themselves and other creditors and legatees of said Francis Pellatt v. John Scott; Bernard Covett; and Mary Covett C78/1994, no. 1 [19]
1704 25 Feb 2 George Pitt, an infant, by George Pitt, esq, his father; and Thomas Penruddock, esq, son and heir of Thomas Penruddock, esq v. Thomas Pyle, esq; and Thomas Freke, esq, & Elizabeth his wife C78/1773, no. 8 [20]
1704 25 Feb 2 Thomas Gibson, gent, sole executor of Sir John Fothe, knight; and John Jacob, gent, which said Thomas Gibson and John Jacob are administrators of Dame Jane Fothe, formerly the wife of said Sir John and unadministered by said John Fothe; and John How, gent; Richard Melcher & Dorcas his wife; and James Davis, gent and ___________ the two daughters and three younger sons of Thomas Boone, who was son of John Boone, who was uncle of said Dame Jane Fothe; Thomas Collins; Robert Bragg; ___ Reeves; ____ Bayly; Hannah Baylie, widow; Katharine Vannoven; John JHawkes; and Isabell his wife; Elizabeth Jolliffe; and Margaret Sheppard, two maid servants of the said Dame Jane Fothe; Abraham Morris; and Agnes ___, widow; Elizabeth Page; Frances Cropper; Susanna Huffe, widow; Doctor George How; ___ Langdon; and ____ his child; Mary Archer, widow; and Anne Ather; Esther Archer; Mary Archer; Anne Upton, widow; Frances Sheppard, esq; Thomas Horne; Charles Dyson; ___ Ashton; John Kempster, executor of Abigail Goodall, widow; and Jane Goodall; Thomas Goodall; and Robert Theobald, all of them except the said Gibson; and Jacob being intended legatees of the said Jane Fothe v. George, earl of Warrington; and Mary countess of Warrington his wife; Francis Herbert & Dorothy his wife; John Fothe; Nathaniel Fothe; William Fothe; Elizabeth Fothe; John Rudge; and Richard Salway C78/1147, no. 1 [21]
1704 3 March 2 John Davenport, citizen and draper of London; and John Davenport, his son v. John Davenport, son of Ambrose Davenport, citizen and merchant taylor of London C78/1575, no. 8 [22]
1704 3 March 3 Benjamin Boucher, maringer & Elizabeth his wife v. Elizabeth Dyke, widow, administratrix of Humphrey Dyke her late husband C78/1042, no. 3 [23]
1704 3 March 2 Theobald Tonnson and Mary his wife v Robert Hyde one of the executors of Doctor John Tonnson; and James Chapman and Frances his wife executors to her former husband John Tonnson who was the other executor of the said Doctor John Tonnson Debt of Doctor John Tonnson to the complt Mary with security of a lease to several messuages in Calne, Wilts. C78/1374, no. 9 [24]
1704 9 March 3 Stephen Russell & Frances his wife; David Church & Sarah his wife; John Church; and Jane Church, infants, by said David Church, their father; Mathew Biggs; and John Penston, an infant, by said Mathew Biggs v. Robert Roades; and Alexander Harrison C78/1253, no. 3 [25]
1704 10 Mar 3 Benjamin White, Thomas Medley and John Holney creditors of James Graves decd v John Nutt, Charles Fell, Nathaniel Trayton, Edward Wilson and Katherine his wife, John Oliver and Mary his wife, Hannah Graves, Lucy Graves, Sackville Graves, James Graves, Mary Graves, Elizabeth Graves and Thomas Chowney. Mortgage of messuage called Gilberts lands in Heene, West Firle, manors of Annes and Levets (No county given)[Sussex] by Sackville Graves father of the said James Graves. C78/1250, no. 8 [26]
1704 10 Mar 3 Richard Hoare v Dame Sarah Floyer relict and executrix of Sir Peter Floyer decd Balance of account due from dealings in gold & silver. C78/1374, no. 7 [27]
1704 13 March 3 Elizabeth Bacon, an infant; The Mayor, Commonalty, and Citizens of the City of London; Governors of the possessions, revenues, and goods of the Hospitals of Edward VI of Bridewell and St Thomas the Apostle v. Thomas Sclatter, esq; Peter Paggen; William Surflett; and Josiah Bacon an infant by hhis guardian C78/1773, no. 9 [28]
1704 13 March 3 John Clarkson of Kirton, Notts, esq; and Christian Stainforth, the only daughter of Jonathan Stainforth of Firbert [Firbeck], Yorks, gent, by Christian, one of the daughters of Sir Ralph Knight of Long Hall, Yorks, knight v. Jonathan Stainforth C78/1581, no. 1 [29]
1704 16 March 3 George Herbert of Lady Halton, Salop, esq & Martha his wife; Richard Herbert; William Herbert; Florence Herbert; and Adaliza Herbert the younger sons and daughters of the said George Herbert by the said George Herbert v. Francis Herbert esq; Peter Newton clerk; and Francis Herbert eldest son of complainant George Herbert an infant C79/20, no. [30]
1704 18 March 3 George Herbert of Lady Halton [in Bromfield par.], Salop, esq & Martha his wife; Richard Herbert; WIlliam Herbert; Florence Herbert; and Adaliza Herbert the younger sons and daughters of the said George Herbert by the said George Herbert v. Francis Herbert eldest son of complainant George Herbert an infant C79/21, no. [31]
1704 4 Apr 3 John Bigg, a lunatic by Edward Hindmarsh his committee; Edward Ward; and Edward Collingwood v Anne Bigg Agreement for maintenance of the deft, the wife of the complt John Bigg. C78/1401, no. 1 [32]
1704 21 April 3 William Pearse v. Josias Tucker C78/1234, no. 6 [33]
1704 25 April 3 Jeffrey Jeffreys, esq; John Hanger; and William Fazakerly, creditors of Robert Williamson of London, merchant and assignees from the commissioners named in a commission of bankrupt taken against said Robert Williamson v. Robert Clarkson; Faith Clarkson; and Dame Ursula Wright, widow, creditors by mortgage of Robert Williamson in Nottinghamshire and Suffolk; and the said Robert Williamson; and John Rayner, esq C78/1653, no. 5 [34]
1704 29 Apr 3 James Gray v Robert Scot Refs decree of Trinity Term 1701. Accounts, sale of books, prints, drawings & manuscripts. C78/1374, no. 4 [35]
1704 29 April ? 3 Abraham Beake of London, merchant v. Elizabeth Kent, widow; Dixie Kent; John Newton; Robert Long; Henry Lennett; and Samuel Stancliffe C78/1028, no. 1 [36]
1704 5 May 3 Rebecca Bridger, widow v. John Tilley, esq & Margaret his wife C78/1251, no. 2 [37]
1704 8 May 3 John Barford of Sawtrey, Hunts, yeoman v. William Stevenson C78/1717, no. 9 [38]
1704 10 May 3 Daniel Wallis, & Mary his wife v. Giles Sayer; and Robert Haskins C78/1623, no. 7 [39]
1704 10 May 3 John Harriman of London, gunmaker, & Martha his wife, who intermarried about 13 years thentofore v. Phillip Pierce of Easton in Gordan alias St Georges, pilot; and Richard Morgan of the same place, esq C78/1580, no. 6 [40]
1704 12 May 3 Mainwaring Davies of the Inner Temple, London, esq; Lewis West of Grays Inn, Middx, esq; Dame Anne Barclay, the wife of Sir George Barclay, knight, thentofore the wife of Sir John Poyntz, knight, by said Mainwaring Davies and Lewis West her next friends; and Thomas Gouldney of Bristol, grocer v. John Rampayne of St Margarets, Westminster, Middx, gent, an attorney at law; Sir Edward Northey, knight, Attorney General C78/1564, no. 3 [41]
1704 19 May 3 Sir John Collins, knight v. Walter Bogan, & Elizabeth his wife; Rose Mallack; William Hosegood; Gilbert Slee; John Black alias Blackford; John Weymouth; Margaret Lea; George Bourton; and others (sic) C78/1635, no. 15 [42]
1704 22 May 3 John Moore & Mary his wife administratrix of Edmond Hussey gentleman v. Anna Waad relict of William Waad sr and Richard Hind executor of Samuell Hind; Sir Edward Bitesh knight & his wife sister of the said William Waad sr and heir of William Waad jr C79/174, no. [43]
1704 22 May 3 Edward Scarbrough; Mary the wife of John Walker; Fairfax Walker & Elizabeth Walker their daughters; and Peter Atherton v. The said John Walker; Samuel Chaddock & Katherine his wife; Henry Jackson & Katherine his wife and others (not named) C78/1492, no. 4 [44]
1704 24 May 3 John Williams of London, scrivener v. Edward Henry, earl of Warwick; and John Fuller C78/1784, no. 11 [45]
1704 24 May 3 Anne Corps, an infant, by John Corps her father v. Richard Seale, jr; Stephen Worledge; and Alexander Robinson C78/1563, no. 8 [46]
1704 28 May 3 Anne Lloyd the only daughter of Evan Lloyd & Anna his wife v. Thomas Salusbury & Anna his wife; and Bevis Lloyd C78/2016, no. 2 [47]
1704 29 May 3 Mary Coppinger the elder, widow of Ralph Coppinger late citizen and mercer of London decd and Susannah Coppinger one of the daughters and coheirs of the said Ralph Coppinger v James Turner and Mary his wife, and Samuel Cooper Sale of a mssuage called Mansers in Alpheton, Suffolk. C78/1360, no. 1 [48]
1704 29 May 3 Sir John Hobart, baronet, son and heir of Sir Henry Hobart of Blickling, Norf, knight and baronet, by Dame Elizabeth his wife, also deceased, an infant, by Henry, earl of Suffolk v. James Selby, serjeant at law; Maurice Kendall, esq; John Whithead; and Thomas Dymock, gent; Thomas Marriott, esq; James, bishop of Lincoln; and William Underwood, clerk C78/1653, no. 4 [49]
1704 29 May 3 John Havett v. Elisha Phillipps, gent; Christopher Gibbs; John Kendall; and others (sic) C78/1635, no. 9 [50]
1704 29 May 3 Elizabeth Morley, the widow and relict of Richard Morley, esq; Henry and Charlott Morley, son and daughter of said Richard Morley & Elizabeth his wife, infants by said Elizaebth their mother; Thomas Morley, esq, eldest son and heir of said Richard Morley; and Sir George Browne, & Dame Gertrude his wife, one of the daughters of said Richard Morley, infants by Edmund Webb, esq v. Thomas Morley, esq C78/1614, no. 1 [51]
1704 2 June 3 John Arscott, esq, executor of Elizabeth Woolcombe, widow; and William Helyar, esq v. Amy Wrexford, widow; Marke Tucker; and Andrew Page C78/1720, no. 5 [52]
1704 14 June 3 Peter de la Vere; Charlott de Creissell; and Jane Susan de Crissell, her daughter by said Charlott her mother; Ann de la Coste, widow, one of the sisters of Mark Anthony l'Abastide de Crossat; Stephen de la Coste, eldest son of said Ann Peter de la Cost, second son of the said Anne Dorothy de la Cost, daughter of said Ann Peter de Gualy de la Gruell; and Jane his daughter, an infant, by her said father v. John Wickart, doctor in divinity and dean of Winchester C78/1774, no. 5 [53]
1704 15 June 3 Sir William Lutkyn administrator of Sir Samuel Grimston during the minority of William Grimston and William Staunton administrator of Sarah late duchess dowager of Somerset v Sir Cesor Wood or Cranmer Assignation in trust of mortgage of manor of Astwood Vury, Bucks. C78/1140, no. 6 [54]
1704 17 June 3 John Sellwood & Martha his wife v. Sir Oliver Ayshcomb & Dame Elizabeth his wife; Simon Foulks; Robert Greenway; Humphrey South; Godfrey Gimbert; Randolph Greenway & Anne his wife; Dame Elizabeth Chapman, widow; Edward Hamond; Henry Wynn; Jane Johnson, widow; Robt Sellwood; and Richard Pleydell Will of Anne Head decd, grandmother of the complt Martha, and estate of John Ayshcomb decd, her late father. C78/1443, no. 6 [55]
1704 17 June 3 Humphrey South v. John Sellwood and Martha his wife and others (not named) Mortgage by Sir Oliver Ayshcombe to deft Simon Foulkes of manor of , and also farm called Irole als Earthcole in Clopton & Mickleton, Gloucs. Birkford and of a farm in Little Barford & Aymesbury in Beds & Hunts C78/1453, no. 6 [56]
1704 20 June 3 Timothy Haws, gent, & Sarah his wife; and Lea Haws, eldest son and heir apparent of said Timothy and Sarah, an infant, by said Timothy his guardian v. Priscilla Taster, widow C78/1534, no. 5 [57]
1704 27 June 3 Elizabeth Baron widow and administratrix of John Baron; James Weekes administrator of Phillippa his wife ; John Shaw clerk & Mary his wife; Thomas Mosse clerk executor of Elizabeth his wife; Anne Baron spinster; William Johnson esq & Agneta his wife; and Oliver Teach esq v. John Mitchell the elder esq; John Mitchell the younger; Mary Cossins widow now the wife of Samuell Peirce gentleman AND ALSO Samuell Peirce gentleman & Elizabeth his wife v. John Mitchell the elder esq; John Mitchell the younger; Elizabeth Baron widow; James Weekes; John Shaw clerk & Mary his wife; Thomas Mosse clerk; Anne Baron; William Johnson esq & Agneta his wife; and Oliver Teach esq C79/125, no. [58]
1704 28 June 3 John Smith of Mathorne, Worcs [Mathon, now Herefordshire] by Thomas Treherne v. Christian Smith, widow Estate of Edmund Smith, intestate, the plts late father and defts late husband. C78/1454, no. 6 [59]
1704 1 July 3 The hon. Langham Booth and Henry Booth younger sons of Henry late Earl of Warrington and Mary his wife decd, infants by George Booth their uncle v Rt. hon. George, Earl of Warrington, Elizabeth Gregory widow executrix of Sir William Gregory decd, Sir William Lutkyn administrator of Sir Samuel Grimston and William Lutkyn als Grimston his son, Anne Savile heir at law of Sir Samuel Grimston and William Staunton administrator of Sarah laste Duchess Dowager of Somerset. Legacies payable from personal estate of Duchess of Somerset. C78/1140, no. 5 [60]
1704 4 July 3 Robert Dobyns esq v. Stephen Ashby gentleman; Joseph Millard; William Pewe; William Wintour; and Edward Wintour C79/174, no. [61]
1704 4 July 3 John Squire of Chichester, Sussex & Alice his wife one of the daughters and younger children of Edward Madywick late of Chichester, Sussex, gentleman v. Henry Cobden & Hannah his wife; and John Woods C78/1995, no. 3 [62]
1704 4 July 3 James Symonds, gent, youngest son of Thomas Symonds of London, gent v. Anne Symonds, widow, his mother; and others (sic) C78/1574, no. 4 [63]
1704 5 July 3 Peter Bettson of Cambridge, cook, son and heir of John Bettson v. Sarah Drake, widow and relict of Robert Drake the younger, esq AND v. Robert Drake; and Elizabeth Drake, children of the said Sarah Drake C78/1719, no. 2 [64]
1704 8 July 3 Andrew Quick, esq v. Thomas Rudge, gent; Jane Rugg, widow, administratrix during the minority of Jacob Rugge, executor of Jacob Rugge, clerk, the said Jacob Rugg an infant under 14 years, by said Jane Rugg his guardian; and John Rugg, clerk C78/1234, no. 5 [65]
1704 10 July 3 Mary Fletcher, daughter and heiress of Elias Fletcher, citizen and brewer of London, an infant, by Christopher Capper, gent, her guardian; and said Christopher Capper v. Edmond Glynister; and others (sic) C78/1644, no. 5 [66]
1704 13 July 3 Charles Shales, James Smith and William Patterson v The Mayor Commonality & Citizens of the City of London Purchase of licence granted to Joseph Ayloffe for laying pipes over London Bridge and in Southwark. Act of 30 HenVIII granting the defts the sole rights for granting licences for the bringing of spring water to the Borough of Southwark. C78/1316, no. 3 [67]
1704 14 July 3 John Chaplin of Tathwell, Lincs, esq v. James, bishop of Lincoln; and Temple Ogle, clerk C78/1621, no. 14 [68]
1704 14 July 3 Nicholas Hurt of Easthorne, Staffs, esq v. John Buxton, gent; and Dorothy Ensor, spinster C78/1580, no. 1 [69]
1704 14 July 3 John Holland, citizen and mercer of London v. Sir Humphry Edwyn, knight; and Nicholas Pitt, esq C78/1245, no. 6 [70]
1704 19 July 3 Mary Tooly, widow and relict of Henry Tooly, clerk; and Margaret Tooly, her daughter, an infant, by said Mary her mother v. John Davye, gent; and others (sic) C78/1623, no. 10 [71]
1704 19 July 3 Walsingham King and Mary King, infants by Walsingham King senr their father v. Dorothy Pryor, widow C78/1484, no. 3 [72]
1704 20 Jul 3 William Griffith and Sarah his wife, an infant; Daniel Keefe and Constance Clotilda his wife v. John Rogers and Elizabeth his wife Estate of Sir Edward Smith late of White Church, Bucks, and promise made by his son Lucius that he would bequeath his share to the children of his elder brother Edward, the complts Sarah and Constance Clotilda. C78/1421, no. 6 [73]
1704 20 July 3 John Coltman v. Thomas Sheppard; and Nathaniel Sheppard; and others C78/1652, no. 6 [74]
1704 20 July 3 Hannah Howard, widow, administratrix of Samuel Howard v. Nathaniel Herne; and William Lisle, esq; and John Cottle, gent C78/1151, no. 3 [75]
1704 21 July 3 Thomas Hawkins merchant the only brother and heir and also one of the next of kin of John Hawkins esq; John Hutt merchant and only son of Dorothy Hutt by William Hutt her late husband; Henry Blunt sugar baker & Dorothy his wife one of the daughters of said Dorothy Hutt by said William Hutt; and William Wollball merchant & Catherine his wife the other daughter of said Dorthy Hutt by the said William Hutt, which said Dorothy Hutt deceased was the only sister of the said John Hawkins v. Japhett Crooke and others (sic) C78/1917, no. 4 [76]
1704 22 July 3 Grace Bennet wife of John Bennet by James Lowen gentleman v. John Bennet her husband and others (sic) C78/1905, no. 4 [77]
1704 25 July 3 Langham Booth second son of Henry late Earl of Warrington decd an infant by George Booth his uncle v Elizabeth Gregory widow and Francis Yerbury. Trust settlement of lands in Little Ashley, Bradford, Wilts by Sarah late Duchess of Somerset. C78/1140, no. 4 [78]
1704 25 July 3 Herbert Weston v David Powell Mortgage by the deft to the complt of 2 messuages in County of Radnor C78/1374, no. 1 [79]
1704 25 July 3 John Peshall son & heir of Sir Thomas Peshall; and Charlotte Peshall wife of the said John Peshall one of the daughters of the late Thomas Lord Culpeper Baron of Thoresway decd v Thomas Lord Fairfax and Lady Katherine his wife; Thomas Fairfax; Henry Culpeper Fairfax; Margaret Fairfax; Katherine Fairfax; Sir Charles Englefield and Dame Susan his wife; Frances Peshall; Susan Welldon als Wellis; and Samuel Reynolls Trust agreement concerning certain properties of Thomas Lord Culpeper. Manor of Forshaw als Foshaw near the parish of Solyhall als Syllhall [Solihull], Warks. Tythes of the parsonage of Mayfield, Sussex. Property in the parishes of Bodyham [Bodiam] & Ewhurst, Sussex; Lydd, Erith, Plumster [Plumstead], Lefues, Loose [near Maidstone], East Fourly [East Farleigh], Maidstone, Isle of Oxney, Hollingbourne & Bromehill [Broomhill], Kent; Barton, Hants; Thoresway, Claxby & Walesby, Lincs. C78/1374, no. 3 [80]
1704 25 July 3 Thomas Marchant haberdasher of hats v. Phillipp Packer esq C79/166, no. [81]
1704 25 Jul 3 Moreton Backhouse administrator of Sarah his late mother decd v. George Beacoll son of George Beacoll decd Will of George Beacoll decd. Annuity due to the complt's late mother to be levied on a messuage in Pully, Salop C78/1418, no. 15 [82]
1704 25 July 3 John Clarkson of Kirton, Notts, esq; and Christian Staniforth, the only daughter of Jonathan Staniforth of Ferberton [Firbeck],Yorks, gent, by Christian, one of the daughters of Sir Ralph Knight of Long Hall, Yorks, knight v. Jonathan Staniforth, esq, eldest son and heir of said Jonathan Staniforth, esq, eldest son and heir of said Jonathan Staniforth C78/1581, no. 2 [83]
1704 1 Aug 3 Elizabeth Singleton, widow v. Thomas Fisher; Thomas Mead & his wife C78/2007, no. 1 [84]
1704 1 Aug 3 Conyers Hatton, esdq; and Wortley Whorwood, esq v. Richard Rainsford, esdq; Thomas Smith, esq; Sir Thomas Trevor, knight, Attorney General C78/1784, no. 10 [85]
1704 1 Aug 3 Elizabeth Warren; and Mary Warren, daughters of Thomas Warren, infants by Thomas Warren v. John Traverse; John Baldwin; Peter Francia, & Elizabeth his wife; and Richard Boughton C78/1720, no. 6 [86]
1704 1 Aug 3 Henry Marr v John Carpenter surviving executor of Thomas Munn decd Legacy due from the will of Thomas Munn. C78/1374, no. 5 [87]
1704 1 Aug 3 Brigs Fountaine, esq; and James Fountaine, gent, executors of Anne Fountaine, widow v. Anthony Barry; Clement Jermy; and John Gunton C78/1614, no. 3 [88]
1704 1 Aug 3 Mary Milton; and Katherine Milton v. Edward Stgedman; Mary Aston; William Coward, doctor in phisick, & his wife; William Betts; and others (sic) C78/1614, no. 2 [89]
1704 1 Aug 3 Charles Busby, esq v. Ralph Clarke C78/1510, no. 2 [90]
1704 1 Aug 3 Benjamin Hyett, gent v. Joseph Fowle C78/1151, no. 10 [91]
1704 27 Oct 3 William Weston; John Weston; Edward Baron & Mariana his wife; Thomas Hill & Jane his wife; and Eliza Weston v. Richard Weston; William Weston, sr; and Edward Read C78/1151, no. 2 [92]
1704 31 Oct 3 Walter Stuart (and others illegible) v. Lawrence, earl of Rochester Alexander lord Blantyre; Sir William Whitelocke knight; James Gray esq C79/50, no. [93]
1704 6 Nov 3 Henry Bousey of Staines, Middx, scrivener v. Joseph Heale and John Love C79/40, no. [94]
1704 6 Nov 3 Thomas Waller and Nathaniel Bindon, merchants v. Henry Phill; Arthur Shallett; Mitford Crow and Phillip Taylor, merchants Loss of the ship the Saint Jacob on its return from Riga following a trading voyage from England to Marseilles and other parts of the Mediterranean, and from thence to Riga and other eastern parts, master John Ronnsivall. Mention of the siege of Riga by the Saxons under the King of Poland. Note, this Decree is incomplete, the date being provided from the finding aid, which also notes that approx half is missing. C78/1422, no. 4 [95]
1704 6 Nov 3 Edward Milson v. Benjamin Pike & Thomas Dalton C78/1487, no. 12 [96]
1704 6 Nov 3 Nicholas Perdew v. Hannah Williams, since the wife of Daniel Allen C78/1234, no. 4 [97]
1704 7 Nov 3 James Hayes of London merchant v. John Pistor clerk and John Pistor jr C78/2044, no. 9 [98]
1704 8 Nov 3 Ralph Brandling esq v. Thomas Owen esq; Richard Butler; George Harrison; Nicholas Skinner; Richard Stephens; and others (sic) C78/2043, no. 5 [99]
1704 9 Nov 3 Sir Francis Northcote, baronet v. Dame Elizabeth Northcote, relict and executrix of Sir Arthur Northcote; Alice Northcote, widow, relict, and executrix of John Northcote, esq, and relict of William Northcote, esq; Samuel Rosse, esq; and William Cary, esq, administrators of William Northcote; Elizabeth Pointington; and others (sic), the legatees of Sir John Northcote, baronet C78/1794, no. 2 [100]
1704 9 Nov 3 George Gwinnett, gent v. William Lawrence, esq v. Dulcibella Lawrence, widow; Jane Wright, widow; William Dodwell, esq; Thomas Longdon; and Randall Playdell, gent; and William Lawrence, an infant, by Anthony Lawrence his father and guardian C78/1759, no. 4 [101]
1704 10 Nov 3 John Ady sr of Easton Gray brother of Joseph Ady and John Ady son of Edward Ady of Cirencester v. John Ady of Twatley son of Arthur Ady C78/2008, no. 5 [102]
1704 14 Nov 3 Margaret Jaggard, widow v. Humphrey South; Joseph Ashton; Samuel Warburton; Sarah Jaggard; Margaret Jaggard; Thomas Jaggard; Francis Jaggard; and John Sutton, sr C78/1557, no. 7 [103]
1704 17 Nov 3 Peter Cartwright of Walthamstow, Essex, gentleman v. Richard Tilden; John Hoett; Peter Hoett; and others (sic) C78/2043, no. 6 [104]
1704 18 Nov 3 Daniel Needham of Litchborough, Northt, esq v. George Smith; William Brett; George Wilkins; Nicholas Rawlinson, John Higham; James Nicholson; and ___ Gregory, & his wife C78/1784, no. 4 [105]
1704 20 Nov 3 Rebecca Lassells, widow v. Charles, lord Cornwallis; Anne Culthesse of Burlench; James Scott lord Dalkeith, of Scotland; Henry Scott; Isabella Scott spinster; John, lord Ashburnham; Sir Stephen Fox, knight; William Duncombe, esq; John Baber, esq; and Nicholas Fenn, esq C78/2010, no. 1 [106]
1704 23 Nov 3 Nicholas Lefebure gentleman v. Daniell Heather & Mary his wife C79/192, no. [107]
1704 23 Nov 3 Nicholas Lefebure gentleman v. Daniell Heather & Mary his wife C79/192, no. [108]
1704 23 Nov 2 Thomas Barlow, gent v. Joshua Shepheard; Jacob Ousterland; and John Keyser, merchants C78/1563, no. 2 [109]
1704 23 Nov 3 William Smith & Mary his wife v. John Smith & Katherine his wife; and Elizabeth Geers, widow C78/1151, no. 8 [110]
1704 24 Nov 3 Benjamin Wells, sr v. The Master, Warden, Fellows, Poor Brothers and Sisters of the College of God's Gift in Dulwich, Surrey; John Pettiward, esq; Edward Leman; James Oades; John Cartlitch; John Browne, esq; Benjamin Wells, jr; and Isaack Wyburne C78/1151, no. 4 [111]
1704 27 Nov 3 Thomas Barstow of York, gent v. Ralph Chetham of Maulton, Yorks, attorney at law; Elizabeth Hall; Dorcas Yeoman, sr; Dorcas Yeoman, jr; Robert Yeoman; Michael Dewtress; William Cornwall; John Wood; William Raper; Mary Best; Edward Seller; Edward Jefferson; William Cuthbertson; Robert Harsfield; Walter Baines; ___, executors of Thomas Holmes; The Lady Mary Herbert, executrix of Thomas Ward; Joshua Pitts; Jane Wade, ___ executors of Robert Waite; Henry Thorpe; ___, executor of Thomas Sandeman; John Bradley; John Maxsay; Marmaduke Butler; Samuel Smith; John Bellingham; and ___ executor of Mathew Lownsdale, citizens of York; William Palmes of Maulton, esq, & Mary his wife; and Guy Palmes their son late one of the tellers of the exchequer C78/1569, no. 5 [112]
1704 28 Nov. 3 William Betteresse the elder, citizen and dyer of London and William Betteresse the younger an infant v Jasper, Thomas and Richard Hodesden Title and timber rights on lands in Edmonton, Middx C78/1140, no. 3 [113]
1704 29 Nov 3 Rodolph Hobbs, gentleman & Frances his wife; John Dumcomb, esq; and Alexander Hawkins, gentleman v. Henry Wykes, gentleman C78/1994, no. 1 [114]
1704 4 Dec 3 Mathew Mason v. John Dey, gent; John Amyes, & Anne his wife; and John Humfrey C78/1635, no. 13 [115]
1704 5 Dec 3 Elizabeth Hodges, an infant, by Timothy Smith v. John Sibley, & Mary his wife; William Smith; Thomas Trulock; and Margaret Hodges, widow C78/1653, no. 2 [116]
1704 6 Dec 3 Edmund Bromwich, gent, for himself and for Mary Scaresmore his daughter, wife of William Scaresmore, clerk v. said William Scaresmore C78/1197, no. 3 [117]
1704 7 Dec 3 Richard Messenger v. Samuel Mince; and Anne Russell C78/1623, no. 8 [118]
1704 11 Dec 3 Francis Kecke of Great Tew, Oxon, esq, executor of Dame Mary Kecke, widow, who was executrix of Martha Cresner, widow, deceased; Thomas Vernon of the Middle Temple, London, esq; and Richard Greeman of the Middle Temple, London, esq v. Sir John Talbott, knight C78/1245, no. 5 [119]
1704 12 Dec 3 Samuel Wall doctor in phisick v. Stephen Quynes; Andrew Quynes; and Lawrence Quynes; Edward Bullock; John Symball the heir of Isaac Symball; and John Symball of Battersea C78/1909, no. 8 [120]
1704 12 Dec 3 Bachsnall Fisher, widow v. Gustavus Horne; Richard Wright; George King; John Brewer; John Winter; John Darby; John Whetcomb; John Dampier; and Sarah Wright C78/1117, no. 3 [121]
1704 14 Dec 3 Susannah Foster, wife of Richard Foster, gent v. Richard Foster; and Samuel Blackerby C78/1653, no. 3 [122]
1704 15 Dec 3 Martin Wilkin one of the sons and executor of Thomas Wilkin, gent v. Thomas Buck; Joseph Sparrow; and John Blewitt C78/1635, no. 11 [123]
1704 15 Dec 3 Japhet Crook; and Thomas Browne v. Henry Awdley, esq; Francis Cannings; and John Nechill C78/1534, no. 6 [124]
1704 16 Dec 3 John Kent one of the bailiffs to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire v. Oliver Bridgman the younger; John Bridgman; John Oliver; and Nathaniel Stearne C78/1532, no. 4 [125]
1704 18 Dec 3 Hugh Underwood, esq; and George Underwood, gent, son and heir of said Hugh Underwood v. Jane Basse, widow; John Foster; William Coveney; John Walsham, esq; Anne Underwood; Margaret Underwood; and Robert Pulleyn, esq C78/1719, no. 1 [126]
1704 18 Dec 3 George Tilden of St Paul, Covent Garden, Middx, woolen draper, & Teresia his wife, late wife of Henry Mohun of St James, Westminster, apothecary v. Charles Blake of St Martin's in the Fields, Middx, gent, father of said complainant Teresia C78/1580, no. 13 [127]
1704 20 Dec 3 Mary Smith spinster and Katherine Smith widow the executrix of John Smith decd v Charles Hind, James Herring, Katherine Smith and Mary Smith children and daughters of the said John Smith decd Will of John Smith of Clanfield, Oxon. C78/1348, no. 5 [128]
1704 20 Dec 3 Richard Cliffe of Brixham, Devon, merchant v. Nicholas Furneaux; Elizabeth Furneau, widow; and Richard Furneaux; and John Furneaux her sons C78/1719, no. 4 [129]
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