C78 1775

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Cal_Year Cal_Date Regnal_Year Parties Subject Matter Roll/Case_No.
1775 C79/, no. []
1775 28 Jan Sir Jarritt Smith baronet; The Honorable Thomas Willoughby esq; and Alexander Colston esq v. William Clarke Esq & Hester his wife re. sale 7/8 Oct 1718 by Sir Alexander Cuming to Henry Pennell, of Lerridge Farm, par. Westerleigh, Gloucs. C79/156, no. [2]
1775 10 March 15 Thomas Rowley gentleman; William Ward; and Sarah Read widow on behalf of themselves and other creditors of Bowyer Leftwich Wynn of Congleton, Staffs, esq, who contribute to the suit v. Bowyer Leftwich Wynn & Mary his wife; Mary Elizabeth Wynn; Haricott Wynn; Bowyer Williamson Wynn; Peter Brooke; Richard Woodward; Thomas Naylor; John Lowe; John Mulliner; Richard Ayton Lee; Robert Thornley & Hannah his wife; William Ayton; Thomas Masdon; Robert Lawton; Edward Salmon; John Ford; Sara Swinton; William Wynn; and John White re. loans by Bowyer Leftwich Wynn from Thomas Rowley and other creditors; property at Leftwich and Davenham, Ches. C79/266, no. [3]
1775 1 July 15 Francis Henry gentleman & Jane his wife v. Ignatius Purcell & Mary Ann his wife; William Green; Thomas Moore; and Mary Jones re. will of John Evans 19 July 1743, messuages, lands and property in Landwrnog [Llandyrnog], Denbigh; bequest to William Green, clerk. C79/252, no. [4]
1775 4 July 15 Elizabeth Callard of Ford in the parish of Stockland, Dorset, widow of Amos Callard v. Thomas Cook; Emanuel Dommet; William Stebbins; William Keath (?); Mary his wife; Matthew Hoare; Courtney Pierce; Caleb Pierce the younger; William Wright; and Henry Lippencot re. marriage agreement 29 July 1767, Amos Callard (now deceased) and Elizabeth Callard; a mansion house in Ford [Ford House], par. Stockland, Dorset, with plate, china held in trust for complt. C79/119, no. [5]
1775 7 July 15 Moses Stainton v. Henry Shelley esq; Elizabeth Rideout, widow; Margaret Pellatt, widow; William Pellatt, esq; John Elliot, gentleman; and George Goos re. payment for management of wharf, quay, dock, cranehouse and warehouse known as 'Sabbs Quay' or 'Little Bear Quay', London. C78/1985, no. 2 [6]
1775 25 Nov 16 John March esq; Thomas March esq; and Phillips Dashwood esq an infant by Charles Vere Dashwood esq (which three were three of the devisees in the will of Samuel Phillips esq) v. Charles Lisle; Mary Phillips widow; Thomas Allsopp gentleman; and Richard Lowe re. will 15 Mar 1769 of Samuel Phillips of Garenton, Leics. and considerable personal estate and real estate in Garenton, Shepshed, Grace-Dieu, Disterly [?Dishley], Thorpe Acre [in Loughborough], Hathern, Belton, Long Whatton, Heyworth, Whitwick, Osgathorpe, Thringstone, Bagworth, Hugglescote, Alton Grange, Merril Grange, Horsepool Grange, Stanton-under-Bardon and Markfield, Leics. and elsewhere in England. C79/257, no. [7]
1775 28 Nov Francis Hite on behalf of himself and all other legatees and creditors of Michael Salter and Jane Birddall widow v. Ann Salter; Hannah Salter widow; William Salter; Mary Salter; Margaret Salter; John Partridge the elder; John Partridge the younger; and Jame Mare re. will of Michael Salter 31 Jul 1766, bequests and various annuities. C79/163, no. [8]
1775 C79/, no. []