C78 1759

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Cal_Year Cal_Date Regnal_Year Parties Subject Matter Roll/Case_No.
1759 C78/, no. []
1759 24 Jan 32 Richard Burgess of Quarndon, Leics, esq v. Sir Francis Page, knight; James Chamber; Barbara Chamber; Rowland Freeman; Dudley Ryder, esq, Attorney General re. loan 10 Dec 1668 by Laurence Bathurst of Leachdale [?Lechlade], Gloucs., from Dr Peter Barwick [ physician and author] & George Fettiplace, secured on property in manor of Leachdale. C78/1965, no. 6 [2]
1759 25 Jan 32 Thomas Chester esq; Staunton Degge clerk; Sydenham Foast gentleman; Benjamin Dobbins gentleman; Crispin William yeoman; Mary Williams yeoman; and William Southwell esq landowners and occupiers of lands within the parish of Almondsbury, Gloucs, and the tithable places thereof re. Bishop of Bristol, the par. of Almondsbury and tithings of Almondsbury, Hampton [?Hempton], Patchway, Over, Tockington and Gaunt's Earthcott, Gloucs. C79/239, no. [3]
1759 26 Jan 32 Thomas Wayne esq & Barbara Ann his wife then late Barbara Ann Graham spinster who together with Margaret Graham her sister were the nieces and heirs at law of Robert Graham esq, that is to say, the only daughters and heirs at law of William Graham who was the only brother of the Robert Graham v. Thomas Newland; Frances, countess dowager of Londonderry widow of said Robert Graham; Margaret Graham; and Mary Graham re. will 17 Sep 1747 of Robert Graham, bequest to wife (Lady Londonderry) of £20 and her jewels, annuity to sister Mary Graham and annuity plus considerable manors, lands tenements, messuages, farms etc., etc. to 'my very faithful steward and friend' Thomas Newland [?in South Warnborough, Hants]. C78/1967, no. 4 [4]
1759 14 Feb 32 Samuel Hart clerk & Bridget his wife; Thomas Radcliffe Banbury clerk; and Walter Denning junior v. Dorothy Cory widow re. marriage agreeement 28 Sept 1716, Samuel Hart and Bridget his wife and messuages called East Moore in South Brent, and messuage in Harberton, Devon. C79/252, no. [5]
1759 26 Feb 32 The Mayor and Burgesses of the City of Gloucester v. Probert Morgan, esq re. estate at Allaston [now in Lydney] and at Hurst [farm], Gloucs, intermixed with lands belonging to the Morgans of Hurst. C78/1966, no. 5 [6]
1759 1 March 32 Henry Edwards & Mary his wife who was niece and heir at law of Frances Markes widow v. Mary Pike spinster; John Tatum & Catherine his wife (Mary and Catherine were nieces and devisees of Frances Markes); the Mayor and Commonalty of Salisbury; William Coles esq; Richarde Wykes gentleman since deceased; and the Attorney General re.'An act to restrain the disposition of lands, whereby the same become unalienable'. (9 Geo. 2, C.36); and the will of Frances Markes and messuages in New Sarum [Salisbury, Wilts]. C79/221, no. [7]
1759 7 March 32 Wenman Coke esq & Elizabeth hs wife late Elizabeth Chamberlayne only child and heir of George Denton heretofore called George Chamberlayne, esq by Constance his wife late Constance Hardy v. Dorothy Hardy, widow; Charles Hardy, esq; the said Constance Denton, widow; and Thomas Chamberlayne esq re. marriage agreement 25/26 May 1732, George Denton [ Chamberlayne, d. 1757] and Constance Hardy and the manor of Wardington, Oxon. C78/1960, no. 1 [8]
1759 8 March 32 The Attorney General at the relation of the Mayor, Bailiffs, and Commonwealth of the City of Coventry and of Thomas Oldham jr the Mayor and John Hewitt one of the Aldermen and Common Council of the said City; and the said Mayor, Bailiffs, and Commonalty of the said City and the said Thomas Oldham and John Hewitt on behalf of themselves and the rest of the Aldermen and Common Council of said city v. John Smith; George Secker; Edward Gravenor; Richard Sprigg; Benjamin Masfem; Samuel Fairfax; James Boydall; John Bromley; William Belcher; and Charles, duke of Grafton re. will 18 March 1506, of Thomas Bond and founding of Bond's almshouse or Hospital (or Bablake Hospital); and the ability of corporation of Coventry to nominate objects of the charity etc. C78/1973, no. 5 [9]
1759 14 March 32 Thomas Fanshaw, gentleman v. John Rotheram, esq re. rectory of Dronfield and tithes in townships of Dronfield, Stubley, Woodhouse, Omstan [Unstone], Apperknowle, Coldaston [Coal Aston] and Birchitt. C78/1968, no. 4 [10]
1759 30 March 32 James Musgrave and others (sic) v. Edward, lord bishop of Durham; Henry, lord Ravensworth; William Ord; Sir Richard Hyllon; Sir Ralph Milbank; John Fawcott; William Belasyse; Meabourn Smith; James Smithson; George Humble; Robert Catcheside; Hannah Thompson; Jonathan Martin; John Catcheside; Robert Dixon; and Elizabeth his wife; Samuel Maddeson; Thomas Dennison; Thomas Baker; and Robert Hutchinson re. manor of Washington, Co. Durham and whether a certain moor or common or parcel of waste, known as Washington Moor or Common, is part of manor; Boundaries of the Manor of Washington. C78/1962, no. 1 [11]
1759 3 May 32 Matthew Crickett; William Knopp; William Battine the younger; and Thomas Silver, the said Mathew Crickett being the owner and the said William Knapp the tenant of the Mill mentioned below, and the said WIlliam Battine and Thomas Silver being entitled to cow commons or right of depasturing for cows on a common called Southmore Common or Marsh in the manor of Havant, Hants on behalf of themselves and of all persons entitled to right of common on said marsh v. William Tupper and Martha his wife re. rights of common for certain numbers of cows and a water corn mill, formerly belonging to Wm. Bayly, in the manor of Havant, Hants. C78/1961, no. 1 [12]
1759 8 May 32 Thomas Negus of the parish of St Mary Rotherhith, Surrey, clerk; Samuel Gillam of the same parish, gentleman; James Taylor of the same, shipwright; an Thomas Robinson ofLiverpoole, Lancs, doctor of physick v. John Dennington since deceased; John Coulter; and William Coote; William Myers; William Robinson & Mary his wife; Robert Townsend; Hannah Townsend; and Mary Nicholas; and the Attorney General re. will 22 Feb 1756, of Hannah Bayly, her very considerable personal estate and lease of chains lying in the R. Thames for fastening and mooring of ships. C78/1972, no. 4 [13]
1759 18 June 33 Thomas Knight the elder, esq and Thomas Knight the younger his only son and heir an infant by his father v. Sir John Peachey baronet; William Whitter (his steward) deceased; Richard Burt; Thomas Kirton deceaed; John Woods; Edward Bristow; and John Clurchar re. will 25 June 1706, of John Lewknor [d.1707] of Midhurst, Sussex and bequest to William Knight (formerly Woodward). C78/1961, no. 3 [14]
1759 20 June 32 Elizabeth Redshaw; Eleanor Redshaw; and Sarah Redshaw spinsters sisters and surviving devisees of Beck Jenyns, widow and the said Eleanor administratrix with the will annexed of the said Beck Jenyns (said Beck Jenyns not having nominated an executor) and also administratrix of John Redshaw her late brother who was the other devisee of said Beck Jenyns v. The Governor, Bailiffs, and Commonalty of the Company of Conservators of the Great Level of the Fen commonly called Bedford Level re. lease, 13 June 1739, of part of north bank of Old Bedford River & the Twenty Foot Bank of the Twenty Foot Drain, with the cottages therin standing. C78/1964, no. 3 [15]
1759 26 June 33 Elizabeth Jones, widow v. Thomas Jones; Richard Lyster; and Thomas Ottley esqs; Mary Pryce, spinster; and John Windsor, gentleman re. complt., on death of Thomas Jones 22 Dec 1745, ought to have become entitled to all his personal estate as his heir at law. C78/1981, no. 1 [16]
1759 13 July 33 Dingley Askham, esq v. the Governor, Bailiffs, and Commonalty of the Company of Conservators of the Great Level of the Fenns commonly called the Bedford Level re. renewal of leases every ten years at small rents, in order that lands in the Level might be improved. [Dingley Askham, junior c.1695-1781] C78/1964, no. 4(a) [17]
1759 22 Nov 33 John Gwilt of Cheshunt, Herts, esq v. James Calder a bankrupt and Richard Smith assignee of his estate and effects re. loan 12/13 Nov 1752, £3,500 by James Calder from John Gwilt, secured on mansion house called 'Grainge' or 'Nether Grange' with barns, stables, woods, hop-grounds, tile-kiln, lands etc., etc. in pars. of Boxley and Maidstone, Kent. C78/1963, no. 2 [18]
1759 Dec 14 33 John Stephen Ingleby esq v. Robert Moore and Robert Leeming re. customary payments during time out of mind, by copy- and freeholders, for use of water corn grist mill in Clapham, Yorks. C78/1964, no. 6 [19]
1759 Dec 14 33 Robert Cresswell; Henry Cresswell of Marsham Street, Westminster; William Johnson & Catherine his wife, which said Catherine was one of the daughters of William Cresswell of Woodhorn Demesne [par. Woodhorn, Northumberland]; John Creswell; Dorothy Cresswell; Frace Cresswell; Elizabeth Cresswell; Lilly Cresswell; Juliana Cresswell; Bridgit Creswell; and Alice Cresswell other children of said William Cresswell of Woodhorn Demesne and infants by said Robert Creswell; William Creswell; Henry Cresswell; Robert Creswell; Dorothy Cresswell; Elizabeth Cresswell; and Jane Cresswell children of William Cresswell of Hauxley & Elizabeth his wife also infants by said Robert Cresswell; Richard Cresswell; and Charlotte Creswell only children of said Henry Cresswell also infants by said Robert Cresswell; and John Bell & Julia his wife on behalf of themselves and others legatees and devisees and also of the creditors of William Cresswell late of Cresswell, Northumberland, esq

v. Henry, lord Ravensworth; Lancelot Allgood esq; Francis Forster, esq; Robert Fenwick, esq; William Creswell of Hauxley & Elizabeth his wife

re. will, 18 May 1749, of William Cresswell and property at Cresswell, Bogghall, Longframlington, Morpeth, Old Moor, Potling [Potland] and Ellington in Northumberland. C78/1963, no. 1 [20]
1759 14 Dec 33 The Chancellor, Masters, and University of Oxford v. Doctor Thomas Clifton re. will 29 Dec 1755, Charles Viner [jurist, 1678–1756] of Aldershot, Hants, and a meadow, called 'Meanham Meadow' near city of Gloucester, charged with an annuity to his brother-in-law, John Weekes for his natural life. C78/1961, no. 4 [21]
1759 18 Dec 33 George Leigh and Ruth his wife late Ruth Dicker one of the daughters of William Dicker, gentleman; Mary Dicker, spinster one other of the daughters of said William Dicker; and Martha Dicker infant another of the daughters v. James Dicker; William Dicker; and John Gatehouse re. sale 26 Mar 1724 of rectory/parsonage of Overton with glebe lands, tithes etc. by Dr Nicholas Claggett, rector of Overton [Hants] to William Dicker (complt's g-father) of King's Somborne [Hants]. C78/1978, no. 4 [22]
1759 C79/, no. []