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1751 C78/, no. []
1751 5 Feb 24 Abraham Easley v. Alexander Murray esq and John Mackay re. receipt of rent and monies in respect of property in par. St George's, Hanover Square, London and elsewhere in Middx, on behalf of Robert Baker, lunatic lately deceased. C79/81, no. [2]
1751 11 Feb 24 Thomas Moore clerk v. Julines Beckford esq re. non-payment of tithes in par. Stapleton [Iwerne Steepleton], Dorset by owner of manor Julines Beckford to rector Thomas Moore. C78/1858, no. 6 [3]
1751 13 Feb 24 Samuel Baker and John Harvey executor of Samuel Codrington v. Ann Day and John Day re. loan 14 Nov 1721, £700 by William Day from George Deane, deceased, secured on meadows or pastures in manor of Stockland in par. Stogursey, Soms. C78/1867, no. 1 [4]
1751 28 Feb 24 Catherine Staples only daughter and heir at law of Samuel Staples esq v. Pauncefote Green; Gilbert Cocks; and Charles Cocks re. descent of lands & messuages at Mapperley in par. Basford, Notts and lands at Lambley, Notts after 1721 death of Samuel Staples. C78/1891, no. 1 [5]
1751 28 Feb 24 Luke Robinson gentleman & Dorothy his wife v. John Slater re. loan 3 July 1745, £800 by John Slater from Zachary Babington (d.1745), secured on messuage in Great Sardon [Saredon], Staffs C78/1875, no. 1 [6]
1751 28 Feb 24 William Hopgood of Wilton, Wilts, eaver (brother and administrator of James Hopgood intestate who died ca. May 1742) v. John Rowden of Wilton, weaver & Elizabeth his wife re. fraud and embezzlement during last illness of James Hopgood deceased & his considerable personal estate. C78/1866, no. 1 [7]
1751 8 March 24 John Harrison clerk vicar of Bridekirk, Cumb v. Humphrey Senhouse; William Shepherd; Joseph Dixon; Henry Tolton; William Paitson; Joseph Pearson; John Fisher; and Dame Eleanor Cullen widow re. non-payment of tythes, oblations offerings and other such dues to John Harrison, vicar of Bridekirk [Cumbria]. C79/222, no. [8]
1751 11 March 24 Samuel Lloyd merchant v. Richard Wilson esq and William Wilson re. partnership in St Michael's Mills & Lombe's Silk Mill, Derby, and silk from Leghorn [Livorno], Italy. C79/145, no. [9]
1751 12 March 24 Edmund Pitts gentleman v. George Button re. loan 20 June 1732, £750 by George Button from Edmund Pitts, secured on messuages, tenements and pasture at a place called Stock in par. Calne, Wilts. C78/1863, no. 4 [10]
1751 14 March 24 Charles Bolas; Francis Hinckes; and John Roberts gentlemen v. Thomas Corbett & Jane his wife; Elizabeth Kinaston; Dorothy Kinaston; Mary Kinaston; John Hooke; Elizabeth Hordern; Thomas Lee; and John Brewster re. will 11 Aug 1746, of William Kinaston (d. 1749) late a Master in Chancery; considerable personal estate and divers manors, lands and messuages in Salop and Hereford. C78/1942, no. 4 [11]
1751 20 March 24 Jane Brownsword widow v. Ann Edwards otherwise Brownsword; Sarah Bullock widow; and John Bullock esq & Sarah his wife re. will 22 Aug 1734, of Francis Brownsword, brewer of the Swan Brewhouse, par. St Mary Matfellon, White Chapple [Whitechapel], Middx and property in Buglawton, par. Astbury, Ches. C78/1858, no. 5 [12]
1751 21 March 24 John Vigor of Bristol, malster v. Betty Buckler widow of Edward Buckler deceased; Ann Stratton; Buckler Weeks; John Newman; Henry George; William Williams, clerk & Elizabeth his wife late Elizabeth Buckler spinster; and Thomas Buckler re. several loans (total £2,200) of Edward Buckler, dealer in malt from Edward Vigor and property in Temple St., Bristol C78/1955, no. 8 [13]
1751 4 May 24 Sir Dudley Rider knight Attorney General at the relation of Clendon Daukes minister pastor of the Congregation of Protestants Dissenting from the Church of England who Scruple the Baptizing of Infants commonly called Baptists, who statedly assemble for the exercise of divine worship at their meeting house in the town and parish of Hemil Hempsted, Herts, erected in 1731 v. William Cock jr devisee of Anne Partridge widow and William Cock sr his father heir at law of said Ann Partridge re. will 11 Sept 1729, of Anne Partridge of Berkhamsted; baptist meeting house at Marlow in par. Hemel Hempstead, Herts and support or maintenance of the pastor or minister. C78/1859, no. 1 [14]
1751 9 May 24 John Clarke v. Richard Dance the younger & Ann his wife; and Joseph Jones re. loan 27 June 1740, £400 by Richard Dance from John Clarke, secured om messuage or tenement and adjoinung closes in Winiscombe [Winscombe], Gloucs. C78/1870, no. 1 [15]
1751 15 May 24 Joseph Bateman of Duffield, Derbs, gentleman v. Edward Johnson re. descent of messuage, orchard, garden and closes called Stallman's Crofts, in Duffield, Derbys. of Thomas Stallman (d.1691) who allegedly died intestate. C78/1876, no. 8 [16]
1751 15 May 24 Jane Davison widow v. Mathew Ridley esq; Nicholas Ridley esq; and John Rimers re. agreement, 1 May 1742, to pay annuity of £45 during the life of complnt. C78/1871, no. 8 [17]
1751 24 May 24 Betty Leigh; Mary Leigh; and Margarett Leigh spinsters v. Thomas Stevens and Ann Stevens re. will 11 July 1723, of Thomas Stevens of Osemsly [Ossemsley] in par. Milton, Hampshire and £100 bequests to his three daughters. C78/1865, no. 4 [18]
1751 6 June 24 William Askew gentleman v. The Master, Wardens, and Assistants of the Company of Poulterers, London; Robert Macky; and John Turner re. sale, 11/12 Mar 1727, by John Newman, of messuage in Budge Row, London [EC4] to William Baily and William Hollister. C78/1865, no. 6 [19]
1751 13 June 25 Palgrave Barlee esq v. Mary Newell spinster re. loan 16/17 July 1742, £500 by Mary Newell from Palgrave Barlee secured on numerous messuages,tenements and lands in Manuden, Essex. C78/1865, no. 2 [20]
1751 20 June 25 Joseph Philips of Guige [East and West Ginge in par. West Hendred], Berks, gentleman the only acting executor of Mary Brookes then of St Dunstans in East, London, widow v. Frances Marston; John Parsons; William Belchier; and John Ingram re. loan 13 Nov 1725, £1,500 by Henry Parsons from Mary Brookes of par. St. Dunstan-in-the-East, London [EC3], secured on property in Bishops Wickham [Wickham Bishops near Maldon], Essex. C78/1883, no. 8 [21]
1751 20 June 25 Samuel Clarke of West Bromwich, Staffs, esq v. Richard Dowdeswell; Sir Herbert Perrott Packington; Thomas Winford; John Parsons; John Blackall; Charles Blackall; Charles Dowdeswell; and John Dowdeswell re. loan 5/6 May 1736, £13,000 by Richard Dowdeswell, Sir Herbert Perrott Packington, Thomas Wiford and John Parsons from Samuel Clarke, secured on manor of Northampton Court [Tewkesbury], Gloucs. C78/1874, no. 1 [22]
1751 4 July 25 Dudley Ryder knight Attorney General at the relation of Robert Hope gentleman v. Francis Middleton esq; Ralph Robinson esq; and Thomas Griffith clerk re. conduct and management of grammar school and almshouse, founded 1574 [The Royal Kepier Grammar School, or Kepier Hall], at Houghton-le-Spring, Co.Durham. C78/1871, no. 9 [23]
1751 5 July 25 Catherine Wilson daughter and only child of Edward Wilson of Cannock, Staffs esq and Catherine Wilson his wife who was one of the sisters of William Okeover then late of the Middle Temple, London, esq an infant of about 18 years; Richard Bates of Willenhall, Staffs, doctor of phisick v. Leak Okever; Elizabeth Hollingshead; Rowland Okeover; Sarah Villiers; Thomas Beech; and William Monk re. will 1 Mar 1746, of William Okeover of Middle Temple and property in Norfolk, Suffolk and Derbs. C78/1865, no. 3 [24]
1751 8 July 25 Sir Henry Blunt of London baronet; Chauncey Townsend of the same, merchant; Charles Frederick of Berkley Square, Middx, esq; Robert Vincent of Salisbury Court, London, esq; and Samuel Touchet of London, merchants being five of the subscribers to the articles and adventures and shares in the adventures and undertaking after mentioned on behalf of themselves and other subscribers to the said articles who were not managers of the said adventure and undertaking, who contribute to the suit v. John Cadamayor; Valens Comyn; Israel Jalabert; Parnell Nevill re. dispute over disbursement of treasure taken by privateer ships, ['Royal Family' squadron]. C78/1944, no. 2 [25]
1751 11 July 25 Melior Harris; Mary Harris; Margaret Grubbe executrix of Thomazin Grubbe and John Miles executor of Henry Miles bond creditors of Thomas Harris for themselves and the other specialty creditors of said Thomas Harris; Edward Cockey; John Lane executor of Lucy Wood executrix of Robert Wood; John Gilbert; George Hatfield creditors of Thomas Harris by simple contract for themselves and other simple contract creditors of said Thomas Harris; John Blowden; Luke Harding; Robert Savage; George Baker; Robert Saunders creditors of said Robert Harris for themselves and other creditors of said Robert Harris on his separate account and for such persons to whom said Thomas and Robert Harris were indebted at the time of Thomas Harris's death

v. said Robert Harris; Richard Head; William Chandler; Wadham Locke; Thomas Harris an infant by Sarah Harris his guardian; and Henry Miles

re. loan 24 June 1724, £600 by Thomas Harris and his son James Harris secured on manor of Orcheston St George, Wilts. C78/1863, no. 6 [26]
1751 15 July 25 Thomas, lord bishop of Sodor and Man and the Reverend John Kippax master of arts archdeacon of the said Isle of Man for the poor clergy and ministers of the Gospel resident and exercising their ministerial function within the said island and also for the masters of the free schools within the said island v. Edward, earl of Derby; James, duke of Athol; and Isaac Clopton esq re. concerning the letters patent (7 July 1609) granting the Isle, Castle, Peel and Lordship of Man etc., etc. to Lord Derby [William Stanley, 6th Earl of Derby] and heirs. C78/1878, no. 6 [27]
1751 25 July 25 William Baker; Abraham Lloyd; Thomas Field; William Hutchinson; George Roberts; and John Pitcher oyster fishermen and free dredgermen of the oyster fishery of the River Medway, Kent who sued for themselves and for all oyster fishermen and free dredgermen of said river as for themselves having been for that purpose only authorized and apponted by the major part of the whole number of said oyster fishermen and free dredgermen v. The Mayor and Citizens of the City of Rochester, Kent; John Miller; Thomas Olive; and Henry Dixon freemen of the said city re. ancient rights of fishing and dredging for oysters on the river Medway and in adjacent creeks, and the mayor's Court of Conservancy. C78/1866, no. 6 [28]
1751 1 Aug 25 Frances Ogle widow and executrix of George Ogle esq; and Frances Ogle the daughter of said George Ogle and of the complainant Frances Ogle then an infant by her said mother v. George Cook and WIlliam Moreton and the said George Ogle the younger re. sale of land in Kent and Sussex, after valuation, 1744 by George Jocelyn to George Ogle. C78/1945, no. 2 [29]
1751 1 Aug 25 Thomas Jackson then of Elsmere, Salop, malster & Margaret his wife v. John Langford & Mary his wife; Thomas Langford; James Langford; Mary Langford; John Chambre; Edward Edwards; Thomas Parry; Nathaniel Price; William Price; Edward Price; Edward Phillips; and Robert Perrott re. will, 12 Jan 1703, of John Langford of Wigginton [Wiggington in par. St Martin's, Salop] and property in Wiggington and Dudleston, Salop., and bequests to wife and son. C78/1945, no. 1 [30]
1751 1 Aug 25 Sir Rowland Winn baronet; Patientino [Patientius] Warde esq; Edward Price; Thomas Greenough; Mathew Longley & Elizabeth his wife; and Dame Catherine Barnardiston widow v. James Newton re. sale 26 Oct 1719, by Edward, Lord Harley & wife Lady Henrietta Cavendish Holles to James Newton of Newington Butts [now Southwark], Surrey of land called 'Home Field' in St Mary Le Bow, Middx, fronting Cavendish Square and abutting Mortimer St. C78/1870, no. 3 [31]
1751 2 Aug 25 Sir Dudley Ryder knight Attorney General at the relation of Lionel Seaman clerk; John Napper; and Thomas Brown all of the town and parish of Froome Selwood [Frome], Soms. for themselves and for the rest of the parishioners and inhabitants of said town and parish

v. Zachary Bayly; Robert Hayward; George Whitchurch; and William Whitchurch; Jonathan Hancock; and Richard Hooper

re. Almshouse founded, in time of king Edward 4th, by William Leversedge, & dispute about conveyance 1644 to new trustees with land in the North Field of Frome, in Nunney and at Garston stile. C78/1870, no. 6 [32]
1751 10 Aug 25 Arthur Chichester, earl of Donnegal, Ireland v. Richard Barry and John Ludford esqs re. dispute over agreement for improvement of large estate in the north of Ireland. C78/1867, no. 8 [33]
1751 12 Oct 25 William Skinner of East Greenwich, Kent, esq v. George Smyth and William Boothby re. loan 22/23 April 1747, £2,400 by George Smyth from William Skinner, secured on Foots Cray Place alias Pike Place, Kent with lands, meadows, hopgrounds etc. C78/1885, no. 7 [34]
1751 12 Oct 25 Beatrice Smith widow and Peter Studley clerk executors of Samuel Smith of Ruckley, Salop, gentleman v. John Price re. loan 26/27 June 1744, £1,100 by Edward Price of Brockton [par. Stanton Long], Salop from Samuel Smith, secured on lands in Brockton & Acton in par. Lydbury North, Salop. C78/1878, no. 4 [35]
1751 18 Oct 25 Mary Cunningham widow; Robert Cunningham then late of Cayon in the Island of St Christophers [Saint Kitts] in America esq; and Susanna Cunningham then an infant, daughter of said Robert Cunningham by said Mary Cunningham her mother v. Daniel Cunningham; William MacDowall; Newry Ottley the elder; and William Coleman the elder; and Elizabeth Cunningham re. deed 17 July 1741, by Robert Cunningham making over to Mary Gainer & Susannah Cunningham lands at Craig, Scotland. C78/1875, no. 4 [36]
1751 28 Oct 25 William Hulme v. Hannah Yates; Richard Yates; Richard Yates; Henry Royle & Elizabeth his wife; George Poysor & Anne his wife; and John Vickers & Hannah his wife re. loan £320, 30/31 May 1738 by John Yates from William Hulme secured on land at Harpurs Yate [Harper's Gate] in par. Horton, Staffs. C78/1871, no. 6 [37]
1751 28 Oct 25 Thomas Milbank v. Daniel Pettitt & Elizabeth his wife; and Frances Taylor re. sale 25 Dec 1730, by Jane Conyard widow & James Conyard her son to James Morris deceased, a piece of ground, 40ft x 15ft, in par. Woodford, Essex. C78/1866, no. 4 [38]
1751 30 Oct 25 Benjamin Sheppard of the precinct of Hoxton in the parish of St Leonard, Shoreditch, Middx, gentleman v. Samuel Lesingham, esq; Benjamin Avery doctor of laws; the Governour and Company of the Bank of England, Joseph Stennett the elder; Joseph Stennett the younger; Samuel Stennett; Sarah Stennett; William Straphan & Susanna Maria his wife; and Ann Stennett re. will, 30 March 1733, of Jane Williams (complt's g-mother) and bequest of £1,500 bank stock. C78/1876, no. 6 [39]
1751 6 Nov 25 Edward Wheeler esq v. Thomas Nynnersley esq & Penelope his wife; Ann Wheeler widow; Godfrey Clarke esq; and William Nea gentleman re. will of John Wheeler and £120 annuity to wife out of messuages at Stourbridge, and other bequests. C78/1951, no. 5 [40]
1751 8 Nov 25 William Lake brother and heir at law of Christopher Lake v. Ruth Lake and Rebecca Monday widow re. will, 6 Dec 1735, of Christopher Lake . property at Burley, Hants and bequest to wife. C78/1872, no. 5 [41]
1751 18 Nov 25 Robert Williams late of Brynnysynnon [Bronyffynnon], Denbigh, and then of Oswestry, Salop esq v. Dame Frances Williams Wynn widow; Sir Watkin Williams baronet an infant; William Owen; William Wynn doctor in divinity; and Edward Kynaston esq trustees and executors in the last will of St Watkin Williams Wynn baronet re. marriage settlement 15/16 Dec 1729, Robert Williams with Merayel his wife and marriage portion of £2,000. C78/1877, no. 3 [42]
1751 21 Nov 25 Henry Page of Farncombe in the parish of Godalming, Surrey, gentleman v. Francis Dorrington re. loan 9/10 Aug 1739, £800 by Francis Dorrington from Ann Sturt of Ripley, Surrey, secured on manor of Wildwood [par Alfold], Surrey. C78/1876, no. 4 [43]
1751 23 Nov 25 Richard Strong v. Melancton Strong re. will 14 Oct 1740, of Melancton Strong, haberdasher of London (father of defendant) and estate of several thousand pounds. C78/1867, no. 4 [44]
1751 28 Nov 25 William Parkin of High Bickington, Devon, yeoman only son and heir of John Parkin of High Bickington, yeoman; and Elizabeth Parkin widow and relict of said John Parkin v. Hugh Manley & Christian his wife re. loan 3/4 Feb 1746, £300 by Hugh Manley of Towton Bishop [Bishop's Tawton], Devon from John Parkin (complt's father), secured on messuage in Towton Bishop. C78/1870, no. 4 [45]
1751 14 Dec 25 The Company of Proprietors of the Navigation of the River Dun; John Smith; John Beale; William Norris; Thomas Finch; David Cartheledge; Samuel Cartledge; and Joseph Newsome v. Richard Burden; Henry, lord viscount Irwin; and Mordecai Cutts re.'An Act (of 1739) for the more effectual improving the Navigation of the River Dun, from a Place called Wilsick-house, in the Parish of Barmby Dun in the County of York, to Fishlock Ferry in the same County', C78/1945, no. 3 [46]
1751 17 Dec 25 Anne Smyth wife of Ralph Smyth esq by Henry Arthur Herbert esq v. Thomas, earl of Bradford a lunatic by Mary, countess of Bradford his committee and guardian, the said Mary, countess of Bradford; John Newport lately called John Harrison an infant by his guardian John Hill esq; Sir Hugh Briggs baronet; George Middleton; The Honorable William Townshend esq; Thomas Gibson esq; the said Ralph Smyth; James Cocks esq; Orland Bridgman esq; and Henry, earl of Uxbridge re. will 21 Jan 1718 of Thomas Lord Torrington [Thomas Newport, 1st Baron Torrington] and conveyance of Brigstock Park, Northants. C78/1946, no. 3 [47]
1751 C79/, no. []