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1736 13 Jan 9 Jarvis Bradyate v. Stephen Browne the father; Stephen Browne the son, an infant; Samuel Daniel Charles Barwell; Anne Barwell, widow; and Anne barwell the daughter re. loan 11 Mar 1719 £200, complt. from Simon Barwell to pay debts; Thomas Allen £3,000 indebtedness to complt; messuage and land at Knighton, Leics. C78/1756, no. 5 [2]
1736 20 Jan 9 Roger Hambly; and Walter Hambly v. Januar Hambly, widow; and John Bawden re. will 4 July 1728 of Nicholas Hambly; bequest to his wife of one shilling, rest of his considerable personal estate to daughter Elizabeth; conditions concerning marriage. C78/1777, no. 5 [3]
1736 13 Feb 9 Samuel Nicoll gentleman; John Smith; and John Rufhead on behalf of themselves and the other creditors of George Newdegate esq v. Jenkin Newdegate an infant son and heir of said George Newdegate; Sarah Newdegate widow and executrix of said George Newdegate; and Francis Newdegate re. will 29 July 1734 of George Newdegate; his debts and an annuity, or rent charge, of £260 from manor of Haughton [Hawton near Newark],and divers messiages, lands and tenements in Haughton, Notts. C78/2067, no. 3 [4]
1736 19 Feb 9 Robert Squarry v. Nicholas Ball; Mary Ball; and John Ball re. articles of agreement 5 Jan 1729, £118, defendant to convey to the complt. Robert Squarry, a dwelling house and stable situate in West Tingmouth [Teignmouth], Devon. C78/1760, no. 12 [5]
1736 20 Feb 9 John Hooper Morse and John Morse gentleman deceased; John Walker gentleman; Joseph Webb; Edward Boare Parker; Ann Wilkins widow executrix of James Wilkins gentleman; Ann Morse widow; and Thomas Tanner executors of Jasper Morse; Daniel Hopton administratrix of Elizabeth Hopton; and John Mabbott & Mary his wife on behalf of themselves and other creditors by specialty of William Roach cheese factor deceased who contribute to the suit v. Rachael Raith widow and administratrix of WIlliam Roach clothier deceased who was only son of William Roach clothier and granddaughter and heir of William Roach cheese factor; Daniel Lapley & Mary his wife; and Benjamin Hockley executors and devisees of William Roach cheese factor; Hester Griffin an infant; Clement Lapley; Daniel Kill; and Peter Davies re. will and debts of late William Roach, cheese factor, and a bond 1 Aug 1707. C78/2064, no. 5 [6]
1736 21 Feb 9 Richard Pitway v. Margaret Milward re. loan [no £ sum, no date] in 1688 by John Torpley from George Bayly, secured on messuage, garden, close and lands in Bidford [Bidford-on-Avon], Warwks. C78/1746, no. 2 [7]
1736 27 Feb 9 John Rose, gent, & Rebecca his wife who was the daughter and one of the younger children of Anthony Kemble late of Cirencester, mercer v. William Kemble and Richard Wayte re. will of late Anthony Kemble dated 24 Nov 1715 and property in Cricklade Street and Black Jack Street, Cirencester. C78/1849, no. 5 [8]
1736 5 March 9 William Wall of the parish of St James, Westminster, apothecary & Lucy his wife and Lucy Wall their only child an infant of the age of 2 years by the said William Wall her father v. Henry lord viscount St John of Battersea; Winifred Ichener widow; Elizabeth Wall; Nicholas Church & Elizabeth his wife; Thomas Church clerk; and Henry Thorpe clerk re. loan 18/19 May 1703 of £800, by late Joseph Wall from Michael Studholme, secured on manor or lordship of Bupton or Bubbeton in par. Cleeve Pepper {Bupton in par. Clyffe Pypard, Wilts] and other property in parish. C79/161, no. [9]
1736 5 March 9 Sir John Woodhouse baronet; Sir Nicholas L'Estrange baronet; and Thomas Brand gentleman; Sir Nichola L'Estrange; and Thomas Brand being trustees for the said Sir John Woodhouse v. John Breese re. loan 8 April 1706 £3,500, by John Brees [or Breeze] of Barnham Broom, Norfolk from Sir John Woodhouse, secured on manor or lordship of ?Munckhall, Norfolk etc. C79/64, no. [10]
1736 13 March 9 Sir George Wynne baronet and Evan Lloyd esq v. John Lloyd the elder esq and John Llouyd the younger gentleman re. re. loan £90 26/27 Mar 1714, by John Lloyd the elder from William Davis of Cower [?Corwen], Denbighshire, secured on messuage or tenenment called 'Tyddin y Wern' in Penyarth [?Penarth], Denb. C78/2057, no. 2 [11]
1736 13 March 9 Amos Doidge; Walter Coade; John Bird; Samuel Brent; John Wallapp; Arthur Crew; and Elizabeth Mayow creditors and legatees of John Harris late of Manadon, Devon, esq

v. Jane Harris, the widow and executrix of said John Harris; Elizabeth Harris; John Yeo, & Letitia his wife; Joanne Harris; John Harris of Hayne, esq; Nicholas Docton, Thomas Were; Thomas Hurrell; John Moreshead; John Harris of Hadford; Polexfen Bastard; William Harris; Harry Trelawny; John Elford; Thomas Martin; Samuel Addis; Letitica Haviland; Harry Elford; Gilbert Symkin; William Strong; Edmund Cross; Stilston Calmady; and Philip Boyne P.S.

[vide 1737, C78/1826,no.3] re. orders and decrees concerning will and codicil of John Harris; that it should be established and referred to Master in Chancery to take an account of expenses, debts and legacies... C78/1826, no. 2 [12]
1736 15 March 9 William Dyer, John Hamond, and John Grove v. Henry Polkinhorne re. alleged failure of defendant Henry Polkinhorne as employee, to collect/turn over monies from rectory of St Broag and tithes of Broag, Gorms, Cury and Gunwalloe, Cornwall. C78/2079, no. 6 [13]
1736 25 March 9 William Haslewood; and John Haslewood on their own behalf and on behalf the other creditors of Bromwich Pope, esq, deceased v. Catherine Pope; Roger Pope; William Lacon Childe; George Weld; and Thomas Acton esqs re. loans £100 5 Nov 1714, and £150 26 Dec 1731, by late Bromwich Pope & Roger Pope respectively from William Haslewood, & other debts; will 16 Oct 1729 of Bromwich Pope and the manors or lordships of Woolstaston, Smethcote [Smethcott] & Leebotwood [in Shropshire], the capital messuage called Woolstaston Hall, and the advowsons, messuages, farms, tithes, mills, tenements & hereditaments in Woolstaston, Smethcote & Leebotwood ... C78/1775, no. 9 [14]
1736 25 March 9 William Killingworth; John Killingworth; and Barbara Killingworth, infants by Ann Samper v. Nicholas Grace; John Killingworth; Robert Killingworth, an infant by said John Killingworth, his father and guardian; Hammond Potter; and Robert Teyon re. orders, judgements and decrees that Nicholas Grace (exec. of late Barbara Bird) should come to an acoount before Mr Holford [Master in Chancery] for the personal estate and rents and profits of the real estate of the testatrix... C78/1766, no. 8 [15]
1736 25 March 9 Alice Forth, widow v. Samuel Hawkins; Thomas Rogers; William Clarke; and Elizabeth Mason re. loan 15/16 Sept 1727 £440, by Elizabeth Mason from Alice Forth, secured on messuages or tenements with the appurtenances, in or near Freemans Lane in par.St Olave, Southwark, & in par. St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Surrey. C78/1761, no. 9 [16]
1736 26 March Sarah Fly widow v. Benjamin Pitt esq re. alleged incorrect or fraudulent investment (1720-1731) by her relative Benjamin Pitt, of monies and securities possessed by Sarah Fly. C79/10, no. [17]
1736 14 April 9 John Hanbury, esq, eldest son and heir of John Hanbury, sr, & Ann his wife, daughter of Thomas Price esq v. Bridget Hanbury, widow and executrix of said John Hanbury sr; and Thomas Price, esq, son and heir and executrix of said Thomas Price re. marriage agreement 30 Oct 1730, John Hanbury the younger and Ann Price; monies to be paid by Thomas Price, father of bride. C78/1777, no. 11 [18]
1736 4 May 9 Benjamin Hawkey v. John Stergotterick; Roberts Hart; and Thomas Carvelli re. loans £50 and £30, secured by bills penal 25 Feb and 20 Jun 1712; manor of ?Conetessey in par. St Issey, [near Padstow] & property in Boconnion, in par. St Helland [near Bodmin], Cornwall. C78/1757, no. 8 [19]
1736 12 May 9 John Masters, & Amy his wife, which said Amy was the widow and relict of John Thomas of Bristol v. Jonathan Braban; Henry Morgan, esq; and Anne Powell an infant by John Lyres, gent her guardian; and David Williams re. sale by Nicholas Powell (victualler, late of Thornbury, Gloucs.) of an estate of divers messuages and lands in Gouldcliffe [Goldcliff], Monmouthshire. C78/1815, no. 12 [20]
1736 14 May 9 John Wingfield, esq, son and heir of John Wingfield of Greetham [Lincs], esq who was eldest son and heir of John Wingfield of Tickencoat [Tickencote], Rutl, esq, an infant by Elizabeth Wingfield his grandmother v. Elizabeth Wingfield and Margaret Wingfield, spinsters; Thomas Winfield; Oldfield Wingfield; and Anne Wingfield, infants; Sir Thomas Markworth, baronet; Thomas Trollop; and Savile Cust, esq re. marriage agreement 19 Oct 1706, Sir Thomas Wingfield (complt's g-father) and Elizabeth [ Oldfield, dau. of Sir John Oldfield of Spalding, complt's g-mother]; manor of Tickencote and Market Orton [Market Overton], Rutland. C78/1752, no. 4 [21]
1736 17 May 9 John Trigg and Nathaniel Chambers, gents, executors and devisees of John Somerset of Acton, Middx, esq v. Dorothy Somerset widow; Richard Brickenden, & Carolina his wife late Carolina Somersett; John Southcott, & Clare his wife late Clare Somerset; Jane Hooper; Anne Somersett; John Frederick, & Henrietta Maria his wife, late Henrietta Maria Somersett; Elizabeth Somerset; Henry Scudamore, & Francis his wife; Margaret Barrow; Gabriell Powell; and George Sawyer re. orders and decrees that it should be referred to [Chancery] Master Else to take an account of the debts and legacies of late John Somerset and compute the interest from a year after his death... C78/1761, no. 14 [22]
1736 22 May 9 Nathaniel Booth, esq v. Richard Crooke; Sir Charles Duckinfield, baronet; and Roger Roden re. agreement for sale 9 Aug 1712 £6,744, by complt. of manor or lordship of Mottram St Andrew, Ches; terms of purchase, mortgages and encumbrances. C78/1766, no. 10 [23]
1736 26 May 9 Thomas Hungerford, surviving executor and trustee of Anne Knight, spinster and also executor of Anne Winte, widow v. John Knight; Catherine Winter; John Edwards of Bristol, & Jane his wife; Anne Hungerford an infant; Anne Winter, an infant; Samuel Cowpey, clerk; Doctor John Wynter; William Bayly, esq, & Anne his wife late Anne Rishton; John Edwards of London; Martha Creswyck; Thomas Taylor, & Anne his wife; and Robert King re. marriage agreement Thomas Knight and Anne Edwards, both deceased; sum of £4,000 for purchase of lands, tenements and hereditaments for use of Thomas Knight; terms of the agreement, descent of property. C78/1805, no. 3 [24]
1736 31 May 2 Mary Breedon of Caversham, Oxon [now Berkshire], spinster; Hester Breedon; and Elizabeth Breedon, sisters of complainant Mary Breedon, both infants by Elizabeth Breedon of Caversham, widow, their mother v. Anthony Blagrave; Edward Gore; and John Breedon, an infant re. will 24 Mar [1685] of John Breedon (usually called Alderman Breedon); the manor of Pangbourne with farm, lands & all other estate, except a house or toft of ground in the occupation of Mary Breedon for life and after her death... C78/1759, no. 2 [25]
1736 2 June 9 Thomas Atwood and James Atwood both of Bath, Som, glaziers v. George James re. sale 2 Nov 1734 £300, by George James to John Horton of Woolverton [now in Tellisford], Soms., messuage or tenement and close commonly called 'Dunford' situate in Stoke Marsh in par. Stoke Lane, otherwise Stoke St Michael, Soms. C78/2064, no. 6 [26]
1736 7 June 9 Elianor Kidgell, widow of John Kidgell; and John Kidgell infant son of said John Kidgell by the said Elianor Kidgell his mother v. Francis Pyle, clerk; Abraham Fowler; and Henry Kidgell, infant son of said John Kidgell by Edward Redman his guardian re. will of John Kidgell 23 Sept 1730, divers messuages, lands, tenements in par. of Edgeborough [?Edlesborough or Ellesborough], Bucks. and considerable personal estate. C78/1827, no. 3 [27]
1736 9 June 9 The Wardens and Commonalty of the Company of Fishmongers of London in the parish of St George the Martyr, Surrey v. Edward Allain; Reginald Locber & Mary his wife; Jane Allain; Arabella Allain; and Elizabeth Allain re. will 28 Apr 1615, of Sir Thomas Hunt of Lambeth Dene, Surrey; £20 a year to the Fishmongers' Company for the foundation and maintenance of a hospital. Licence to erect the hospital in Newington (to be called St Peter's Hospital) granted 1618 by letters patent of King James I... C79/102, no. [28]
1736 22 June 10 Benjamin Hoskins Stiles, esq; and others (sic) for themselves and all other judgment creditors of Phillip, duke of Wharton and marquis of Malmsbury v. Phillip, duke of Wharton and marquis of Malmsbury, and the duchess of Wharton; Alexander Denton, esq, one of justices of Common Pleas; and others (sic) re. orders and decrees concerning estates and debts of Philip, Duke of Wharton [1698-1731]; order requesting that estates might be sold for payment of debts. C78/1751, no. 2 [29]
1736 27 June 10 Richard Sheppard of Preston in the parish of Hitchin, Herts, esq, sole executor of Thomas late of Bramham Green in the parish of Stevenage, gentleman, on behalf of himself and the other creditors of the said Thomas Sheppard who contribute to the suit v. Thomas Sheppard and Richard Sheppard the sons of the said testator; Sir William Sanderson baronet, Dame Elizabeth his wife; Richard Hitchin; George Titmus jr; John Edridge & Elizabeth his wife re. will and debts of late Thomas Shepppard of Bramham Green [? Broomin Green, Fairlands Way, Stevenage]; his divers freehold and copyhold lands, tenements and hereditaments of inheritance in cos. of Bedford and Hertford. C79/164, no. [30]
1736 28 June 10 Edward Phelips (sic) of Preston Plucknett [now in Yeovil], Som, esq v. William Mills, & Mary his wife; John Beer, & Anne his wife; Hillary Strode; Churchile Rose, esq; John Sweet; Raymundo Putt, esq; and John Hared re. sale or mortgage 28 Nov 1701 £150, by John Strode of Netherbury, Dorset to William Phelips, 14 beast leazes called Chilthorne Leazes , containing about 30 acres, in par. Chilthorne Domer, Soms. C78/1757, no. 10 [31]
1736 29 June 10 Sir Edward Northy, Attorney General, at the relation of the Governors and Assistants to the said Governors in the rule of Government of possessions, revenues, and goods of the Free Grammar School of Elizabeth, late Queen of England in the Town of Ashbourne, Derbs and Nathaniel Boothhouse, clerk, vicar and Samuel Dakeyne, clerk, lecturer of the parish church of Ashborne v. Dorothy Spalden, widow; Elizabeth Figges; and Thomasd Taylor, gent, executors of Nicholas Spalden; John Spalden, nephew and heir of said Nicholas Spalden; John Beresford; Clement Rossington; and John Walker re. re. 16 April 1710, will of Nicholas Spalden retired coach harness maker of London; bequests to relatives and monies for Spalden's Almshouses [in native town of Ashbourne, Derbs.] & monies to establish two elementary schools in Ashbourne, one for thirty boys and the other for thirty girls. C78/1766, no. 7 [32]
1736 1 July 10 Joseph Bateman, gent v. Mary Johnson, widow; and Edward Johnson re. descent of copyhold messuage, orchard and garden and two crofts called Stalman's Crofts in Duffield, Derbs. owned by late Thomas Stalman according to the Custom of the Manor of Duffield. C78/1747, no. 10 [33]
1736 7 July 10 William Fitch esq and Thomas Fitch his son v. Gideon Haydon esq & Ann his wife; Alice Haydon widow; Thomas Haydon clerk; William Coker esq; John Ackland; Nicholas Russell; and Margaret Bennett re. descent of capital messuage and farm in Cadhay, Ottery St. Mary, Devon; private Act of Parliament in 1708 (7 & 8 Anne, No. 64) to break trusts and settlements and sell several of his [Gideon Haydon's, d.1702] estates for payment of debts. C78/2078, no. 6 [34]
1736 12 July 10 Sir Thomas Samwell, baronet [1687-1757, MP for Coventry], & Dame Mary his wife; Thomas Fruen, esq; and William Smith, esq v. John Cotton, gent; and Thomas Cartwright, esq re. debts (£1,800) of John Smith of Little Hale, Lincs; sale to complts. of manor of Swineshead (commonly called 'Manerium De La Mare'), Lincs. C78/1786, no. 13 [35]
1736 13 July 10 Thomas Bright of Badsworth, Yorks, esq, & Margaret his wife, the only surviving daughter and heir of William Norton of Sawley, & of Margaret his wife v. Gabetis Norton, esq; Edward Norton, gent; Edward Norton, an infant, only son of said Edward Norton; and Mary Lowther, spinster re. marriage agreement between parents of the complt. Margaret Bright [née Norton] who were William Norton of Sawley [near Ripon, N. Yorks] & Margaret Lowther; £,3000, messuages, lands and hereditaments in co. of York. C78/1766, no. 9 [36]
1736 17 July 10 John Browne, & Anne his wife, aunt, and next of kin to Perdue Shering who was only child of Thomas Shering v. Rebeccah Rayner; Thomas Rayner; Mathew Randall; Abraham Attkins; John Maulden; and William Corlewis re. Thomas Shering (d.June 1729) citizen and freeman of London, very great personal estate of £15,000; only child Perdue Shering disordered in mind and understanding, and a lunatick; distribution contrary to 'Custom of London'. C78/1752, no. 3 [37]
1736 21 July 10 The Warden and Scholars of St Mary College of Winchester in Oxford common called New College in Oxford v. James Edmonds clerke re. manor of Newton Longville, Bucks., formerly owned by monks of Longueville Giffard near Rouen in Normandy, but afterwards[1441/2] bestowed on Warden and fellows of New College, Oxford; terms and conditions. C79/102, no. [38]
1736 27 July 10 Sir Philip York knight Attorney General at the relation of William Adams clerk; Thomas Dorrington; and Robert Jefferys; Thomas Eastwick sr; and Thomas Morris being the Minister, Churchwardens, and Overseers of the poor of the parish of Norbury, Staffs v. Thomas Boothby Skrymsher esq [?1698-1751]; Charles Aderley & Dame Francis his wife re. will 2 Mar 1708, of Sir Charles Skrymsher of Norbury, Staffs; codicil, monies to aid placing out of poor children of Norbury to trades, monies to be paid on Midsummer Day to Minister of church. C78/2076, no. 7 [39]
1736 27 July 10 Edward Woodward of London, surgeon, first cousin of Samuel Bull, late 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. orders and decrees that the defendant should deliver to the complainant the deed of settlement of 17/18 Jan 1725 and all other writings relating to the estates in the said Cause, except the will of the 18th May 1726 and the probate thereof... C78/1780, no. 9 [40]
1736 28 July 10 Richard Johnson citizen and grocer of London & Sarah his wife v. William Ives & Ann his wife [vide 1737 C78/2048, no. 2] re. marriage settlement Richard Johnson and Sarah née Russell. C78/2048, no. 7 [41]
1736 28 July 10 Attorney General at the relation of John Husbands vicar of Tottenham, Middx; and John Smith and Edward Lo ve, churchwardens v. Samuel Reynardson, gent, then one of the sworn clerks of the court; Abraham Reynardson, esq; and Mary Prideaux an infant by Phineas Chocke esq one of the sworn clerks of the court her guardian re. referred to Master Thomas Bennett of this Court to take an account of what was due to the Charity from £2,000 principal and interest from the decease of Lady Boddingfield [Bedingfield ] and that the manor of Netherhall and the lands in Stoke, Suffolk, devised by the will [2 Apr 1685] of Nicholas Reynardson for the church....[ charity= 12 apartments in Tottenham High Cross, Middx. for aged poor.] C78/1802, no. 10 [42]
1736 28 July 10 John Hall of Clapham, Surrey, esq, & Hester his wife, late Hester Brownsmith, spinster, daughter of Bezaliel Brownsmith since deceased v. John Gibbon; and Thomas Day; AND v. Urban Hall; Hester Hall; and Francis Hall infants, children of said John Hall & Hester his wife re. marriage agreement 13 Apr 1730, John Hall and Hester née Brownsmith; £2,000 on marriage and other monies. C78/1760, no. 16 [43]
1736 29 July 10 James Wellington and Edward Wellington two of the trustees of Richard Wellington esq deceased; Ann Wellington one of the daughters of said Richard Wellington by Ann his second wife and infant of about 7 years by the said James Wellington her uncle and Richard Wellington one of the sons and heir of Richard Wellington deceased by Mary his first wife v. Ann Wellington widow and relict of said Richard Wellington and George Wellington their son an infnat by said Ann Wellington his mother and guardian joint executors and residuary legatees of said Richard Wellington; Thomas Ponoyre esq and John Smith four other trustees of said John Wellington; Thomas Smith and Richard Woodhouse; Dorothy Woodhouse; and Mary Woodhouse infants by James Woodhouse their father and guardian and Mary Wellington re. descent of real and personal estate of Richard Wellington following death of wife Mary in Feb 1716 and his subsequent marriage to his servant maid Anne...; claims of children of Mary. C78/1955, no. 2 [44]
1736 29 July 10 John Willes, es, Attorney General at the relation of The Commissioners of the Royal Hospital at Greenwich v. James Hartley, & Alice his wife; Isabella Travers, spinster; Walter Cary; and Samuel Holditch, esq re. The right, granted by King William III, for Henry, Lord Romney to hold Wednesday and Saturday markets at Greenwich. C78/1788, no. 1 [45]
1736 3 Aug 10 Henry Cavendish of Doveridge, Staffs, esq v. Ruth Wilmott; Jane Bagot, spinster; Sir Jeoffry Palmer; Mary, James, Elizabeth, Dorothy, Frances Cavendish; William Windsor, Cavendish, Isabell, and John Cavendish (brothers and sisters of the complainant) re. marriage agreement 3 July 1705, William Cavendish and Eizabeth Holt (dau. of James Holt of par. Castleton, now within Rochdale, Lancs.); manor of Doveridge, Derbs. C78/1780, no. 10 [46]
1736 4 Aug 10 Robert Scott, surgeon, & Henrietta Maria his wife, who was the daughter and heir of David Overay of Bedford, esq v. Thomas Woodward, gent re. will 29 Apr 1726, of David Overay [Ovary] of Bedford; £1,200 to Robert Bell, now deceased, in trust for his wife, bequests. C78/1789, no. 12 [47]
1736 10 August 10 William Addington and Mathias Rogers & Elizabeth his wife v. Ann Russell; John Russell; Samuel Gray & Sarah his wife and Elizabeth Bell afterwards intermarried with Richard Smith re. marriage agreement Aug 1709, Mathias Rogers and wife Elizabeth née Addington; £2,000 and several messuages, lands, tenements and tithes in town of Buckingham; conditions. C79/102, no. [48]
1736 10 Aug 10 The Right Honourable James, Baron Darcy of Navan in the Kingdom of Ireland; George Bowes of Streatlam Castle, Durham, esq administrator of William Blackiston Bowes esq his late brother; Lawrence Brockett of Headlam, Durham, gentleman; Christopher Blackett of Newham, Northumberland, gentleman; and George Sanderson of Bishop Auckland, Durham, gentleman, executor of Elizabeth Wright late of same place, spinster v. Blackett Burton; Samuel Burton an infant; John Shylott; Ambrose Edwards; John Lodge; Thomas Hodgson; Thomas Shirley; Mary Burton, Hannah Burton, Alice Burton and Susannah Burton, spinsters; and Gilbert Spearman Lease of an estate in Keverston [in Staindrop par.] and Raby, Co. Durham by Sanuel Burton, late of Keverston decd and the deft Blackett Burton his son C79/100, no. [49]
1736 10 Aug 10 Henry Husey, gent, son and administrator of Henry Husey, esq v. Edward Harvey, esq, son and heir of Edward Hervey, esq; Edward Trotman; and Henry Warner re. ordered and decreed to be referred to Master Allen of this Court to take an account of what was due to the defendant Trotman for his principal and interest on the assignment and to tax him his costs of this suit... C78/1836, no. 3 [50]
1736 10 Aug 10 Thomas Grace, gent v. William Parke the younger; and Richard Gamble, gent re. loan 26/27 Mar 1716 £500, by William Clarke of Husbands Bosworth from Thomas Grace, secured on messuage in Husbands Bosworth, Leics. C78/1786, no. 11 [51]
1736 10 Aug (10) John Swinnerton, dyer, gent, & Mary his wife; and John Henderson, & Frances his wife v. John Anstis, esq; Garter King AND John Anstis v. John Swinnerton, dyer, & Mary his wife; and John Gaudy, & Frances his wife re. orders and decrees that the defendant Anstis should come to an account before Master Elde of this Court for what of the personal estate, rents and profits of plaintiff's late father... came into the hands of Anstis. C78/1760, no. 9 [52]
1736 10 Aug 10 John Parry of Riverhead, Kent, innholder v. Knox Ward, Clarenceux King of Arms re. articles of agreement 27 July 1728,that Knox Ward should lease to Thomas Perry, a messuage in King's Street, Westminster for 12 years at peppercorn rent, Knox Ward to pay the ground rent... C78/1752, no. 5 [53]
1736 12 Oct 10 James Collinson & Phillipa his wife late Phillipa Berney widow and relict of John Berney esq deceased; and Robert Berney gentleman son of said John Berney v. John Lacy re. will 20 Dec 1718, of John Berney; inter alia, bequest to complainant Philippa of real estate in Norfolk and elsewhere, in trust, to sell so as to pay complainant Robert Bernay £200 after Philippa's death... C78/, no. 7 [54]
1736 25 Oct 10 John Dalling the elder; and John Dalling the younger v. Robert Sheet re. loan 7 May 1716 £16, by Susan Baker of ?Ennisfield, Suffolk from James Sheet, secured on messuage, garden and hempfield in Ennisfield. C78/1780, no. 22 [55]
1736 26 Oct 10 Robert Belleine v. Grace Butler, widow; and George Britland, esq re. loan £300 10 Feb 1717 by George Britland from Robert ?Belleine; penalty of £600 C78/1769, no. 12 [56]
1736 9 Nov 10 Thomas Pilkington, gent; Bache Thornhill, esq; Nicholas Twigg, gent; Francis Staley, then an infant by said Bache Thornhill; Thomas Eyre, esq, since deceased; George Sparrow; Henry Bennett, esq, assignee of a commission of bankrupt awarded against Thomas Kemp and John Dickenson v. Thomas Jones; John Parry; John Jones; Peter Lloyd; and James Henstock re. sale 4 Jun 1723, by Sir Richard Grosvenor [(1689 – July 1732] to Thomas Pilkington of mines, veins, pitts, rakes, beds and holes of lead and lead ore in a mountain or waste ground at Llanverris [Llanferres], Denbigh. C78/1761, no. 12 [57]
1736 18 Nov 10 Samuel Shepheard esq, Samuel Gatward, and Martyn Sandy esqs executors of Johnb Bromley and Henry Bromley only son and executor and devisee of John Bromley's personal estate v. Jamesw Bell & Margaret his wife and William Gallor an infant by William Yate his guardian re. loan £400 24 aug 1717, by Thomas Burdikin from John Bromley, secured on messuage and land called ?Hernehall in Barking in the Clay, Essex. C78/2079, no. 1 [58]
1736 11 Nov 10 Thomas Attwood and James Attwood v. George James re. ordered and decreed that it should be referred Master Holford of this Court to compute what was due to the complts. on their mortgage and to tax them their costs of the suit, and that the defendant should within six months should have made his report... C78/2064, no. 7 [59]
1736 13 Nov 10 Sophia Hayes an infant by Edward Whaley, esq, the wife of Charles Hayes and Sarah Hayes an infant, daughter of the said Sophia by said Charles Hayes by the said Edward Whaley v. Charles Hayes; Dorothea Dashwood; Sir Robert Dashwood, baronet; Richard Dashwood; John Thomas; Richard Harewell; John Baker; Charles Rombouillet; Thmas Graham; and Sarah Taylor re. will 26 Oct 1716 of Thomas Taylor (compts's. Sophia late father); bequest to Sophia of £5,000 at age 21 or on marriage, whichever first; will 13 Feb 1719, of complt's brother (also a) Thomas Taylor. C78/1830, no. 2 [60]
1736 13 Nov 10 Christopher Horsenaile; Joshua Cox; Thomas Nash; John Scott; Benjamin Hillyard; John Evans; Edward Manlove; Joshua Coomes; Henry Ely; Charles Thomas Lemon; Daniel Blackwell; and Joshua Smith v. John Greenhill re. jurisdiction in parish of St Andrew, Holborn split between county of Middx and Liberty of City of London. C78/1786, no. 10 [61]
1736 6 Dec 10 Charles Neville, esq v. Ann Orton; Dorothy Glynn; Thomas Burrell; Titus West; and Simon Kerrick; and (added later: ) Richard Taylor; and Frances Taylor, infants re. complt. Guardian and Next Friend of Anne Orton [1713-1785], then age 19; indenture 25 May 1733, property in Harlaxton, Lincs and Weybread, Suffolk of which Glynn was tenant-for-life. C78/1757, no. 11 [62]
1736 13 Dec 10 Susan Steavens, an infant v. Thomas Steavens, esq now Sir Thomas Steavens, knight; Richard Steavens; and Mary Steavens, an infant by her guardian AND Richard Steavens; and Susan Steavens an infant v. Sir Thomas Steavens; Mary Steavens; and Sarah Steavens, infants by their guardian AND Mary, wife of said Sir Thomas Steavens v. Sir Thomas Steavens; and Thomas Steavens; Susan Steavens; and Sarah Steavens infants by their guardian; and said Richard Steavens AND Richard Steavens v. Sir Thomas Steavens, & Mary his wife; Susan Steavens; Sarah Steavens; and Thomas Steavens, infants by their guardian AND Thomas Steavens an infant v. Sir Thomas Steavens, & his wife; and the said Susan Steavens and Sarah Steavens infants by their guardian; and said richard Steavens re. ordered and decreed that it should be referred to one of the Masters of this court to take an account of the personal estate of the testator Sir William Steavens which had come to the hands of the defendant Thomas Steavens, his executor...[Will of Sir William Steavens of Saint Mary Magdalene, Bermondsey, Surrey] C78/1754, no. 11 [63]