C78 1765

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Cal_Year Cal_Date Regnal_Year Parties Subject Matter Roll/Case_No.
1765 C78/, no. []
1765 6 Feb 5 Elizabeth Crowther of the parish of St Clement Danes, Middx, widow, relict, and sole executrix of John Crowther late of the Middle Temple, London, gentleman v. William Stanford of the parish of St Bridget otherwise St Brides, London, gentleman & Ann his wife; Nathaniel Andrews of the parish of St Dionis, Backchurch, London, gentleman; and Simon Luttrell of the parish of St George, Hanover Square, Middx, esq re. lease /release 30/31 Jan 1753; Great Thorness farm, par. Northwood, Isle of Wight & messuage called 'Cold Harbour', Gosport,[Hants]. C78/1098, no. 2 [2]
1765 14 Feb 5 James, earl of Waldegrave and John Tempest of Winyard, Durham, esq and Sarah Petre of Bellhouse, Essex, spinster, sister of John Petre late of Bellhouse, esq; and John Nicholson late of Bellhouse, gentleman creditors of the said John Petre on behalf of themselves and all other creditors of said John Petre who contribute to the suit v. George Perrott; Francis Hutton; Catharine Petre an infant; and Frances Petre, the widow and administratrix of said John Petre re. will 15 May 1760, John Petre [1737-1762] of Bellhouse [par. Stanford Rivers], Essex and his marriage settlement 21/22 Dec 1759, with Frances Manby [1729-1787]. C78/1980, no. 2 [3]
1765 22 Feb 5 John Deane & Hannah his wife v. Thomas Stead; Elizabeth Venn; Charles Marshall; and the Attorney General re. will 24 Dec 1760, Elizabeth Pasmore, widow of Barnstaple, Dev; vicar and mayor to be trustees of charity benefitting int alia poor decayed Housekeepers. C78/1982, no. 1 [4]
1765 23 Feb 5 George lord viscount Torrington v. Sir George Pococke knight of the Bath; The Honorable John Byng esq; George Byng esq; and George Byng an infant by the said George Byng his father re. indenture 2 Mar 1762, and mansion house with outhouses etc. in par. Southill, Beds. C79/101, no. [5]
1765 4 March 51 Charles Vernon esq a son and the residuary devisee named in the will of the Honorable James Vernon esq v. Thomas Cue gentleman & Margaret his wife since deceased; Joseph Clancluton (later struck); John Barber gentleman; and Hano Stanley esq; later adding Elisha Bishop esq; Thomas Brooke gentleman; and Henry Vernon esq re. loan £4,000 Aug 1754, by Thomas Cue from James Vernon (compt's late father) secured on certain copyhold and freehold messuages, lands and premises. C79/278, no. [6]
1765 6 March 5 Brackley Kennett; Leonard Cropp; and thomas Parke creditors of Thomas Willis late of the parish of North Stoneham, Hants, esq grandson of Browne Willis formerly of Bletchley, Bucks, esq; and the said Thomas Parke being also a legatee of Thomas Willis on behalf of of themelves and all others creditors and legatees of said Thomas Willis who contribute to the suit v. Ann Willis; Richard Lowndes; and William Lowndes, esq; Frances Willis; Catherine Willis, widow; Gertrude Willis; Catherine Willis, spinster; Edward Harvey, clerk & Mary his wife; Richard Eyre doctor in divinity & Alice his wife; Penelope Symonds; Daniel Willis; John Willis; Thomas Willis; Joseph Tarber; Agnes Herbert; Richard Lane; and John Claridge re. marriage agreement 24/25 Oct 1707, Browne Willis [1682-1760, antiquary, author & numismatist] and Catherine Eliot of Cornwall, and manors of Bletchley, Eaton [Water Eaton] and Fenny Stratford, Bucks. C78/1983, no. 2 [7]
1765 12 March 15 Richard Walmsley of Bashall, Yorks [Bashall Eaves, now in Lancs], esq, and Walter Jodrell of Lincolns Inn, esq v. Jane Witton; Peregrine Wentworth esq & Mary his wife; Sir William Milman baronet; William Sotherton esq & Sarah his wife; Bacon Frank esq & Catherine his wife; Margaret Frank widow; and Jane Catherine Standish widow; Sir John Ramsden baronet & Dame Margaret his wife; Sir Alexander Bannerman baronet and Doring his wife; and John Doring re. marriage agreement 17/18 April 1713, Richard Witton, of Lipsett [Lupset Hall in Wakefield], Yorks and Jane Milner of Leeds, and Richard Witton's (the father) manors, messuages, lands etc. in York and Northumberland. C79/280, no. [8]
1765 20 May 5 John Hall; John Pearce; Ann Kent; Sara Anstie; John Anstie; Peter Anstie; Benjamin Webb Anstie; and Mary Anstie v. Godfrey Webb; John Anstie; Philip Carteret Webb esq; Philip Carteret Webb jr esq; Gascoigne Frederick Joseph Anstie; Eleanor Anstie; Anthony Webb Anstie; Elizabeth Anstie; Ann Anstie; and Richard Anstie re. will of Benjamin Webb the younger, his death in 1750 and bequests to children of his kinsmen. C79/86, no. [9]
1765 2 July 5 Charles, earl of Egremont since deceased v. John Gale; Jonas Lindow; Jonathan Wear; and John Johnstone re. plaintiff as son of Sir William Wyndham Bt. and Lady Catherine, his wife (one of daus. of Charles late Duke of Somerset); descent of manor/lordship of Egremont, Cumberland [Cumbria]. C79/221, no. [10]
1765 2 July 5 Sir Fletcher Norton knight Attorney General at the relation of William Pinckney clerk vicar of the parish of Charing, Kent, and David Brenchley of Charing yeoman; and Joseph Ashbee of Charing yeoman, churchwardens of Charing v. George Carter esq; Michael Bothom; and Benjamin Francis Tribe Pool esq re. will 28 Sept 1761, of Elizabeth Ludwell and her direction that a sermon should be preached each Christmas Eve by minister of Charing, Kent and various charities including endowment of a free school to educate twenty-five children. C79/88, no. [11]
1765 4 July 5 John Marsh eldest son of Henry Marsh esq an infant of about 12 years by said Henry Marsh his father v. Edward Lunn clerk and John Winchester, esq re. will 17 Dec 1751, John Marsh of Middle Temple and Nethersole [par. Womenswold], Kent; bequests to relatives. C78/1981, no. 6 [12]
1765 9 July 5 Henry Thomson clerk v. Thomas Thomson; George Thomson; Edward Thomson; John Thomson; Mary Thomson; Frances Thomson; Charlotte Thomson; and Elizabeth Thomson spinster re. will 1 Oct 1762, Thomas Thomson of Lower Kenfield farm, par. Petham, Kent and measures to ensure payment of annuities on four feast days. C79/87, no. [13]
1765 16 July 5 Mansell Langdon of Carmarthon, Carm, esq and William Langdon esq captain of his Majesty's ship Albany v. Sir Edward Vaughan Mansell baronet; Dame Mary Mansell widow; Rowland Dawkin esq; Bilsn Gwynn; Courthope Clanton; Thomas Bailey & Magdalen his wife; Edward Townsend; John Townsend; Samuel Townsend; Mansel Cole; John Brown; Edward Brown; and Hector Reed re. will 12 Dec 1680, Henry Vaughan of Trimsaran, Carms. and alleged non-payment of £500 by brother Edward Vaughan. C79/83, no. [14]
1765 9 Nov 6 Lewis William Buckeridge an infant by Elizabeth Jephson his mother v. Abraham Acworth; Margareta Mabella his wife; Ralph Allen deceased; William Greaves; Mary Boddicote widow; Samuel Jeynes; George Grimstone; Peter Trignett; and James Windus deceased re. will 16 June 1760, Lewis Buckeridge of Ware, Herts; bequests to friends and servants; one half part of real and personal estate to [illegitimate] infant son Lewis, and his mother Elizabeth Jephson to continue living at his house while single, but if she marry, to lose her home and her son.. C79/120, no. [15]
1765 21 Nov 6 Charles Gilbert gentleman v. William Tooth; Thomas Cruttendon; and Samuel Noel re. loan 5 July 1755 £400, by William Tooth of par. St Thomas in the Cliffe [St Thomas at Cliffe], Lewes, from William Stanford of par. West Dean, Sussex, secured on two messuages and shoemaker's shop in St Thomas in the Cliffe. C79/246, no. [16]
1765 8 Dec 3 John Kettle of Birmingham, Warw, ironmonger administrator of John Kettle his late father v. John Corbyn re. loans £1,377 + £634, 16/17 July 1752, John Corbyn from John Kettle the elder, secured on [long list of] lands at Shepley Yield in par. Bromsgrove, Worcs; mortgages: Mary Amphlet & George Wigan, Doctor in Divinity. C78/1984, no. 3 [17]
1765 16 Dec 6 Ozias Churchman esq v. Elizabeth Long widow of Israel Long esq; Susan Long; and Sarah Long spinsters, sisters, and coheirs of said Israel Long; Mary Corrance an infant by Thomas Gibbon their guardian; John Dawney clerk; and Susan Plummer re. estate of Israel Long of Dunster, Norf. and expectations that he would leave all, or a considerable part of, his real and personal estate to Ozias Churchman (the grandson of testators's father's eldest sister). C79/130, no. [18]
1765 20 Dec 6 John Paltock sole executor and also devisee of Brinley Skinner esq v. Richard Dalton; Edmund Probyn; Sophia his wife; John Symons; Gabriel lord Colerain; Benjamin Boddington & Mary his wife; Eleanor Boddington; Robert Paltock & Anna his wife re. loan 14/15 Sept 1739, £3,000 by Brinley Skinner from Richard Dalton of [par. St James, Westminster, secured on property at Tiverton, Devon and par. Ryme Intrinseca, Dorset. C79/88, no. [19]
1765 C79/, no. []