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1743 C78/, no. []
1743 12 Jan 16 Philadelphia Newton, widow v. Richard Stow re. loan £400,May 1728 by Richard Stow secured on farm at Espley in Mitford par. Northumberland C78/1823, no. 5 [2]
1743 5 Feb 16 John Mellar son and heir of John Mellar who was the son and heir of Thomas Mellar v. John Lees; John Buerdsall; James Lightbonn; John Lees the younger; Robert Buerdsall; Samuel Walker; James Heywood; and Joseph Heywood re. loan £200 by Thomas or John Mellar secured on land at Sholver, Lancs [now Oldham, Greater Manchester] C78/196, no. [3]
1743 11 Feb 16 Dudley Rider, esq, Attorney General at the relation of John Gibb, clerk, vicar of St Mary, Redcliff in Bristol and also vicar of St Thomas in Bristol; and John Little and James Candy churchwardens of St Mary, Redcliff; and Edward Hembury and Lancellott Berrow churchwardens of St Thomas v. The Master, Wardens, Assistants, and Commonalty of the Society of Merchant Adventurers of the City of Bristol; Thomas Edwards; and Francis Solsten, esqs re. sale 24/25 Nov 1708 the 'Great House' on St Austen's Back in the suburbs of Bristol, by Edward Colsten to Sir John Duddleston, John Batchellor & others and the Merchant Adventurers of the City of Bristol. C78/1814, no. 2 [4]
1743 12 Feb 16 Henry Crinoys gentleman v. Thomas Baynard esq and the Right Honorable William Fortescue re. £2000 loan dated 14 April 1722 by Barnard from Crinoys, secured on property in barton [=demesne] of Wanstrow, Somerset. C78/2078, no. 3 [5]
1743 12 Feb 16 John Thresher, & Ellin his wife; and Mary Lodge, spinster v. Roger Gaifford, gent re. £500 loan in 1730 by Roger Gaifford from Richard Long, secured on lands in Bulkington and Keevil, Wilts. C78/1776, no. 4 [6]
1743 14 Feb 16 Joseph Biddlecom oldest son and heir at law and Jacob Biddlecom another of the sons of John Biddlecom late of Deptford, Kent, shipwright and also executors of the will of said John Biddlecom, and George Long v. Thomas Crow re. loan of £720 dated 1 Dec 1726 by Thomas Crow from John Everett, secured on land in Mottingham hamlet in pars. of Chislehurst and Eltham, Kent. C78/2079, no. 10 [7]
1743 14 Feb 16 John Twistleton, esq, & Judith his wife; Richard Langley, esq, & Elizabeth his wife, which said Judith and Elizabeth were the daughters and coheirs of Boynton Boynton, esq v. John Tomlinson; Ambrose Rudsdell; Bacon Morritt; The Honorable John Dawney; Siblin Idle, Esq re. sale 1 Oct 1722, by Boynton Boynton to Thomas Wright, of tithe free closes in Rawcliffe belonging to dissolved monastery of Selby, Yorks. and other property. C78/1804, no. 18 [8]
1743 14 Feb 16 Joseph Freeman and Edward Robarts v. John Tyrrell; Andrew Hope; and Thomas Barry re. loan 23 Aug 1730 £200, by John Tyrell from Christgift Stafford; and a close called the 'Backside' in par. Sutton Courtney, Berks. [now Oxon.] and other lands in that par. C78/1779, no. 18 [9]
1743 18 Feb 16 Richard Samborne, merchant, the only acting executor of Joseph Hinxman, esq v. Joseph Davis re. loan 20 Mar 1737 £280, by Joseph Davis from Joseph Hinxman secured on messuage with tan yard and tan pitts etc., etc. C78/1841, no. 1 [10]
1743 26 Feb 16 Robert Friend, doctor in divinity,m and John Brooks, gents, executors of William Stratford, doctor in divinity v. Jane Entwisle; Catherine Entwisle; John Conybears, doctor in divinity and dean of the cathedral church of Christ in Oxford; Robert, bishop of Peterborough; Peter Foulkes, doctor in divinity; John Gilbert, doctor of laws; and Philip Barton, doctor of laws, canons of the said church re. will of William Stratford 14 Apr 1726, property in Tiddington & Cutteslowe, Oxon., debts owed and owing, and bequests to two heirs Jane and Catherine Entwisle. C78/1787, no. 5 [11]
1743 8 March 16 George Houston & Mary his wife late Mary Smith spinster; Robert Berkley; Ann Smith spinster; and Elizabeth Smith spinster which Mary Houston, Ann Smith, and Elizabeth Smith are the daughters of Margaret Smith v. John Gilbert esq; Margaret Smith; Elizabeth Gilbert spinster; Dudly Rider esq afterwards Sir Dudley Rider knight Attorney General; Sir Robert Rich baronet governer of the Royal Hospital of Chelsea; and Sir John Jennings knight governor of the Royal Hospital of Greenwich re. will of John Hawles Johnson, 3 March 1732 of Monkton up Wimborne, Dorset and annuity to Margaret Smith formerly Burton. C78/1850, no. 7 [12]
1743 8 March 16 Anne White, spinster v. Joseph Jesser; Robert Hayward; George Lock; Richard Shute; William Gaisford; Edwrd Halliday; John, earl of Orrery; Henry Bull; and John Turnour re. receivership of Michael White appointed 7 June 1736 by Thomas Bennett, Master in Chancery. C78/1813, no. 4 [13]
1743 8 March 16 John Hanbury v. Thomas Price; Edward Foley; Richard Coowe; John Hanbury, & Anne his wife; Nicholas Jones; Henry Guise, & Mary his wife; Ann Mossie; Charles Floyer; Charles James; and Edmond Jones re. loan 27 Nov 1725, £2000 by Thomas Price of Llan-ffwyst [or Llanfoist], Monmouthshire from John Hanbury C78/1777, no. 2 [14]
1743 9 March 16 Sir George Bridges Skipwith baronet v. William Moreton & Jane his wife re. marriage agreement 8 Feb 1714, Sir George Bridges Skipwith and Martha Pitt, and will of complt's father Sir Thomas Skipwith. C78/2077, no. 2 [15]
1743 10 March 16 William Gallant v. Hutchinson Turk re. sale by letters patent 20 Mar 1718, by King George I (on advice of Commissioners of Treasury) to Elizabeth Hutchinson, messuage etc. in par, St Martins in the Fields on north side of street called Piccadilly. C78/74, no. [16]
1743 16 April 16 Jane Bowles widow v. John Belfield esq serjeant at law; Diana Selby; William Bayley; Edmund Bayley; Sarah Palmer; Thomas Bayley & Mary his wife re. will, 7 Jan 1735 of Anne Palmer and bequest to John Belfield. C78/2077, no. 5 [17]
1743 19 March 16 James Blakeway, esq v. Thomas Whitfield; and Elizabeth Whitfield re.loan 4/5 Oct 1737 £500, by Thomas Whitfield, deceased and son Thomas Whitfield from James Blakeway, secured on messuage called the Ware or Ware House in Wem, Salop. C78/1815, no. 5 [18]
1743 19 March 16 Peter Delme, esq v. Charles Hetewood, esq; Henry Janssen; and Littleton Pointz Meynell esqs re. cause referred 30 Apr 1740 to Mr Spicer, a Master in Chancery, to determine principal and interest due. C78/1810, no. 6 [19]
1743 21 March 16 Attorney General at the relation of Francis Edwards and Samuel Webb, churchwardens of the poor of the parish of Milverton, Som; Richard Cross and Nicholas Shattock, overseers of the poor of the same parish, on behalf of the insolvent twenty poor boys and twenty poor girls v. Jepp Clarke; Richard nutcomnbe, esqs; Ricahrd Hill, clarke; Francis Collins; William Lamb; Joyce Champneys; John Tucker; and John Lamb infants; and John Parker re. will 25 Nov [no year] of Mary Lamb, widow of William Lamb of Milverton and bequest of capital messuage and demesne land called 'Court Place' in Milverton. C78/1797, no. 11 [20]
1743 30 Apr 16 John Emes, & Magdalen his wife v. Timothy Motteux; Thomas Blackall; James Smith; Evan Morris, & Martha his wife re. will 6 June 1711, Abraham Montford and bequest of interest on £500 of tallys to Magdalan Cook, wife of John Cook. C78/1847, no. 3 [21]
1743 2 May 17 Rachael Hornsby, widow; John Hornsby an infant, son of said Rachael by Thomas Hornsby her late husband deceased by said Rachael his mother v. Mark Evans; Edmund Burton; and Francis Bedwell, executors of John Evans, esq; Mark John Evans; and Joseph Evans, infants, children of said Mark Evans, by said Mark Evans their father and guardian re. will 17 Jan 1733, of John Evans, personal estate of £20,000 and upwards, and various bequests. C78/1797, no. 10 [22]
1743 5 May 16 Henry Whislad v. Thomas Cornelius; Amos Poorman; Frances Poorman; and John Haslin Cranston re. loan 1 March 1728 £1700, by Thomas Cornelius, various debts and property in Millbrook [now in Southhampton, Hants]. C78/2037, no. 18 [23]
1743 11 May 16 Thomas Cole the elder, nephew and heir at law of Thomas Cole; Thomas Cole the younger son of said Thomas Cole the elder and infant by the said Thomas Cole his father v. Robert Clarke executor of Thomas Cole re. will 7 June 1736 of Thomas Cole, property in Bungay and Earsham, Norf. [now Suffolk] & considerable personal estate, bequests to wife, and to family members after her death. C78/1823, no. 4 [24]
1743 17 May 16 John Dalby esq v. Richard Bushnell re. loan 5/6 May 1704 £100, by John Bushnell from Henry Bedell, secured on property in Stratfield Mortimer, Berks. C78/1779, no. 19 [25]
1743 31 May 16 Richard Norton, esq; and John Sheppard, esq v. Thomas Norton, esq; Robert Mann, esq, & his wife; and Edward Louisa Mann, esq re. marriage agreement 12/13 Mar 1713, Thomas Norton and Frances his wife, and property in Bucklesham, Brightwell, Falkenham, Playford, ?Henly, Hempson [?Hemingstone] and Witnesham, Suff. and manors etc. in Ixworth, Suff. C78/1812, no. 7 [26]
1743 8 June 16 Alexander Ready, & Sophia his wife, one of the grand nieces of Edward Colston, esq v. Francis Colston; and Thomas Edwards re. will 28 May 1720 Edward Colston, fortune of £20,000+ and bequest to cousin Mary Edwards (complt Sophia's late mother). C78/1779, no. 20 [27]
1743 9 June 16 Osmond Beauvoir esq v. William Newland esq; Lascells Metcalfe esqs; Thomas Ashurst esq; Thomas Harris esq; Sarah Warren widow; Thomas Beckford esqs; Thomas Whitfeld gentleman; and Edward Bowles gentleman re. loan 13 March 1718 £15,000, by Augustin Woollaston from Joseph Musgrave, secured on marsh lands called the Sutton Marsh, Lincs. C79/75, no. [28]
1743 11 June 17 William Spratt grandson and heir of Jeremiah Gay & Ann his wife and eldest son and heir of Samuel Spratt & Mary his wife who was the only surviving daughter and heir of said Jeremiah Gay and his said wife v. John Berry the elder and John Berry the younger re. descent of messuage, barns, stables, gardens orchards and lands par. St Michael, Harbledown, Kent from Jeremiah Gay. C78/2046, no. 7 [29]
1743 16 June 17 William Gallant v. Hutchinson Turk re. [vide C78/74, no. (16) above] referred to Mr Holford, Master in Chancery to see what is due to Complt. C79/74, no. [30]
1743 16 June 17 Gilbert Yard of Stoke Gabriel, Devon, esq and George Rowe of Kingsweare, Devon, merchant v. Thomas Wright the elder; Langdon Full; and John Pering re. debt of £400 by Thomas Wright to sir Nicholas Hooper [1654-1731] of Fullabrook; secured by lease and release 29 Feb/1 Mar 1727 on tithing of par. St Issey [near Padstow], Cornwall. C78/2037, no. 17 [31]
1743 20 June 17 George Denton, esq, lately called George Chamberlayne; and Elizabeth Chamberlayne, spinster, an infant by said George Denton her father v. Sir Edmund Probyn, knight, since deceased; and also v. Risley Risley esq; Denton Boate, esq; Lucy Boate, spinster; Mary Clayton, widow, now the wife of Thomas Shellard, clerk; Godfrey Clayton, an infant; Elizabeth Chamberlayne, widow; Robert Fawcett; and Robert Brass re. will 21 July 1739 of Alexander Denton [1679-1740, a Justice of the Common Pleas] of Hillesden, Bucks. and bequest of all his property in trust to nephew George Chamberlayne. C78/1846, no. 3 [32]
1743 20 June 17 Charles Titley, clerk v. James Tenyns, esq; Samuel Shepheard, esq; Sir Thomas Peyton, baronet; and Thomas Davies re. loan 25 Mar 1724 £800 by James Jenyns from Charles Titley, secured on grounds in Doddington Marsh and Wimblington in the Isle of Ely and Cambs. C78/1811, no. 17 [33]
1743 20 June 17 Francis Burton and Samuel Henry Pont, esqs, executors of Francis Burton v. Joseph Burton; Sarah Burton; Charles Burton; Bridgit Burton; Thomas Burton; Ann Burton; and Mary Fisher re. marriage agreement 10 Oct 1701, Francis Burton and Bridget Loyde; and one third part of his personal estate at the time of his death. C78/1780, no. 1 [34]
1743 23 June 17 Pascoe Tonkin of St Just in Penwith, Corn, yeoman; William Bosistow of St Buryan, Corn, yeoman; Thomas Taylor of the borough of St Ives, Corn, mariner, & Jane his wife; Richard Bosistow of St Levan, Corn, yeoman; Hercules Pidwell, taylor; Gregory Tregurtha, tanner; Thomas Pidwell, hatter; Henry Pearie, blacksmith; John Grose, yeoman, all of the Penzance, Corn; and Thomazine Richards, widow; William Hitchins; and Richard Curnow, yeoman; all of the parish of Paul, Corn, executors of Nichola Richards, creditors of Thomas Roberts late of Penzance, gent, on behalf of themselves and other creditors of said Thomas Roberts v. Rachael Roberts, widow and administratrix of said Thomas Roberts; Juliana Roberts only child and heir at law of said Thomas Roberts an infant; Ann Neale of Penzance, spinster; Walter Borlase, doctor of laws, vicar of Maddern, executor of Henry Penearve, clerk; and Thomas Roberts of St Just, yeoman re. several debts of Thomas Roberts deceased 7 Oct 1738, intestate; considerable personal estate, and property at Lafrowda in par. St Just in Penwith, Cornwall. C78/1816, no. 7 [35]
1743 24 June 12 Anna Claverina Bate, widow and relict of William Bate, esq, who was eldest son and heir of Richard Bate, esq v. Edwin Somers; Thomas Tryon; Francis Kirk; William Tryon; Samuel Byam, & Grace his wife; Elizabeth Ann Warner; and Jane Warner re. sale 1716 of a plantation £1,465-6s-1d in par. St Michael, Barbados [W.I.] by Richard Stott, on behalf of owner Richard Bate, to Humphrey Waterman. C78/1775, no. 13 [36]
1743 8 July 17 Elizabeth Langley, widow; and Ann Rotherham, widow, sisters and heirs at law of Richard benthall by original bill, bills of revivor, and supplemental bills v. John Browne, esq; Ralph Browne; Mary Browne; and Ralph Browne eldest son and heir of Edward Browne who was the elder brother and heir at law of Elizabeth Browne spinster re. order and decree of Philip, Lord Hardwicke [1690-1764], Lord Chancellor. C78/1837, no. 9 [37]
1743 13 July 17 Thomas Stedman v. William Evans; Philip Thomas; Henry Jenks; and George Stedman re. will 9 May 1721 of Honor Hassell, and bequest of interest on £500 to Abigail the wife of John Ouldham for her lifetime. C78/1855, no. 4 [38]
1743 13 July 17 Arthur Stert, merchant v. Catherine DaCosta Villa Real; Abraham DaCosta Villa Real; and Sarah DaCosta Villa Real re. alleged negligence of agents, appointed by complt. to act in his absence while he was in England, in trade with King and Government of Portugal. C78/1846, no. 2 [39]
1743 16 July 17 Charles Chauncy doctor of physick and Maximillian Western esq & Dorothy his wife, which said Dorothy was one of the seven children of Gabriel Gahourdin v. Isaac Berthon; Frederick Frankland esq; Solomon Penny; Thomas Heames; Godhard Isagen; Robert Cady; John Small & Elizabeth his wife; Rene Gahourdin; Peter Gahourdin; John Graydon & Cassandra his wife; and Mary Chauncy wife of said Charles Chauncy re. will 22 June 1727 of Rene Boudouin and bequest of £2,500 South Sea Stock and yearly dividends therefrom. C78/2046, no. 6 [40]
1743 20 July 17 James Scott, clerk, & Katherine his wife; and Elizabeth Wyne, spinster, which Katherine and Elizabeth were the only children and heirs of William Wyne who was uncle of John Wyne, gent, and as such heirs at law to the said John Wyne v. John Pratt and Francis Collins re. lands, messuages and property in Wiveliscombe, Somerset belonging to John Wyne and the possession of them on his death intestate, in Dec 1738. C78/1825, no. 2 [41]
1743 26 July 17 Dudley Ryder, esq, Attorney General at the relation of the Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses of the Borough of Beverley, Yorks v. Robert Weeton and John Brough, which said John Brough was heir at law of Ann Routh, widow re. will 6 Oct 1721 of Ann Routh and property in Bridlington, Sewerby, Bielby, Pocklington Baswick and Arnold & elsewhere in Yorks; and funds to be used to endow and maintain a hospital or almshouse in Minster Moorgate to be used by the widows of the Parish of St. John and St. Martin, Beverley, Yorks. C78/1804, no. 13 [42]
1743 28 July 17 Joseph Kell the elder v. William Carter re. 1728 purchase of estate in Suffolk by Joseph Kell with the assistance of Henry Nash, deceased. C79/141, no. [43]
1743 28 July 17 Sir William Thompson, knight; Richard Hall, esq; John Ivory Tolbot, esq; Erasmus Lewis, esq; and John Howell, gent, on behalf of themselves and other creditors by specialty of Thomas Mansell and Bussy Mansell esqs deceased v. The Honorable Bussy Mansell and Christopher Mansell esqs; and the Right Honorable Thomaas, lord Mansell re. loan 2 March 1693 [sic] by Bussy Mansell from Sir Walter Plumer secured on messuages and lands in Swaynzey [?Swansea], Llansamlet and other named places, Glamorgan. C78/1776, no. 5 [44]
1743 29 July 17 William Hall v. John Stevens esq re. lease 25 May 1714 of land owned by Rachel, Lady Russell near north end of King Street in Bloomsbury, Middx C79/163, no. [45]
1743 29 July 17 Thomas Wollaston gentleman; George Knibb esq and William Hands clerk for themselves and for other creditors of Thomas Plampin esq v. Thomas Plampin esq; Thomas Glencowe esq; Charles Leigh esq; and Edward Taylor esq re. debts of Thomas Plampin, and sale 12/13 May 1735 of manor of Shavel [Shawell], Leics. C78/1853, no. 3 [46]
1743 12 Oct 17 William Gough of Bristol, woollendraper v. James Scarlett re. sale 24 Mar 1735 £661 17s, to William Gough a messuage, barn stable etc at Wall Garden [Walgaston] in par. Berkeley, Gloucs. C78/1814, no. 8 [47]
1743 25 Oct 17 Godfrey Wentworth v. Thomas Holden re. sale 6/7 Aug 1722 by George Hargreaves to Roger Kay, a messuage in par. Haslingden, Lancs. C78/1804, no. 15 [48]
1743 4 Nov 17 Edmund Daw v. Hill Saw; Johnb Robertson, & Jane his wife; Thomas Proctor, & Mary his wife re. will of Edmund Daw (complainant's late father), who had property in Somerset and Dorset, and the payment of his debts. C78/1797, no. 15 [49]
1743 15 Nov 17 Edmund Brydges gentleman son and heir of Edmund Brydges his late father v. Thomas Botham; William Shakespeare; Kemp Bridges; William Bridges; John Blatchford; Joseph Taylor; Edward frank; and Maria Griffin re. sale 26 Dec 1716 by Joseph Griffin of London to Edmund Brydges (compt's father), tobacconist, of manors, messuages etc; marriage of Joseph Griffin to Maria. C78/2077, no. 3 [50]
1743 19 Nov 17 William Pynsent, esq v. Sir William Pynsent baronet; John Pynsent; and John Wallis re. will of Sir William Pynsent dated 1 May 1719, grandfather of complainant, and bequests to his daughter Elizabeth. C78/1846, no. 5 [51]
1743 22 Nov 17 Sir Dudly Rider, knight, Attorney General, at the relation of John Thomas, clerk, curate or chaplain of East Molesey, Surrey; Stephen Harris; and Benjamin Cheeseholm (?) both of the same place, yeomen v. James Clarke of East Molesey, esq re. purchase July 1679, by William Hatton of messuage and four acres of land at East Molesey from John Keeling and wife Sarah. C78/1780, no. 19 [52]
1743 5 Dec 17 Christiana Greene spinster; Frances Chamberlain spinster; Henrietta Maria Corraned creditors of Sir Jermyn Davers baronet for themselves and for the rest of the bond and simple contract creditors of said Sir Jermyn Davers; Henry Davers; Charles Davers; Thomas Davers; Mary Davers; and Elizabeth Davers the younger children of the said Sir Jermyn Davers by Dame Margaretta his wife all infants by Thomas Day gentleman ; Thomas Davers esq brother of said Sir jermyn Davers; and Thomas Davers only son of said Thomas Davers the brother an infant by said Thomas Davers his father v. said Dame Margaretta Davers and Sir Robert Davers baronet re. numerous debts of Sir Jermyn Davers, died Feb 1743, of Rushbrooke hall, Suffolk and annuity to Christiana Greene. C78/1866, no. 2 [53]
1743 7 Dec 17 William Archer of Trelewack, Corn, gentleman; John Fortescue of Trewarne, Corn, esq & Margaret his wife; and Hannah Trefusis of London, spinster v. Elizabeth Prowse and Richard Neale re. at Court of the Duchy of Cornwall in Stoke Climsland, 4 Mar 1734, surrender by ?Jim Deeble of messsuage and thirty acres of land. C78/2048, no. 2 [54]
1743 8 Dec 17 William Nethold v. Martha Bosley, widow and executrix of John Bosley; Martha Bosley then an infant, only child of said John Bosley by said Martha her mother and guardian; Hannah Bosley widow of William Bosley; and John Tubb, & Mary his wife re. Nov 1732 debt of £600 owed by John Bosley to William Nethold secured on land and messuage at Blechynden [Bletchingdon], Oxon. C78/1775, no. 14 [55]
1743 19 Dec 17 Attorney General at the relation of William, lord Berkeley; William Long; Thomas Horner; Harvey Mildmay; William Portman; Thomas Coward; Francis Newman; Edward Rider; John Speke; Edward Philipps; John Hunt; and George Bridges all in Somerset, esqs, feoffees, trustees and visiters of the Hospital founded by Hugh Saay, esq, situated in Brewton, on behalf of themselves and the poor of the said hospital v. Archibald Renny, & Charlotte his wife; Honora Walter; Micahel Atkins; Maurice Albyn; and James Garrett re. lands and property in Abbas Combe [in Templecombe], Somerset left by Joseph Walker to late John Walker. C78/1797, no. 12 [56]
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