C78 1783

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Cal_Year Cal_Date Regnal_Year Parties Subject Matter Roll/Case_No.
1783 C79/, no. []
1783 18 Feb 23 Richard Rocke esq & Elizabeth his wife late Elizabeth Kinchant spinster v. Robert Gosling and Francis Gosling esqs; John Charlton Kinchant esq; John Kinchant esq; Francis Kinchant; Richard Kinchant; and John Gardner & Emma his wife C79/225, no. [2]
1783 24 March 23 William Pultney esq one of the executors of Harry Pultney esq, & Francis his wife the daughter and only surviving child of James Pultney esq deceased and also cousin and heir at law of the said Harry Pultney who was only brother devisee and heir at law of the late earl of Bath who was the only son and heir at law of William Pultney esq son and heir at law of Sir William Pultney all deceased v. Henry, earl of Darlington another of the surviving executors of Harry Pulney who was entitled to all the real estate to be purchased with the then surplus of the personal estate of the said Harry Pultney which should remain after payment of his debts, financial expences, and legacies with remainder to Harry lord Barnard as his only son in tail male and William lord viscount Chetwynd; Sir Harry Burrard baronet the other surviving executors of the Harry Pultney; Harry lord viscount Barnard; the Honorable Frederick Vane brother of the said earl of Darlington who in case of the death of his said brother without issue male would be entitled to the lands to be purchased with the said surplus of the personal estate of the said Harry Pulney with remainder to his first and other sons in tail male; and Raby Vane C79/261, no. [3]
1783 28 March 23 Elizabeth Vane (later amended to Hone)widow one of the executors, devisees and legatees of Thomas James Selby of Wavendon or Wandon, Bucks, esq v. Richard Medcraft; Ellen Weno; John Franklyn & Catherine his wife; Henrietta Franklyn; Elizabeth Franklyn; Sir Thomas Alston baronet; William Lowndes; Daniel Shipton & Temperance his wife; John lord Richard Filles (?0; Edward Thurlow esq Attorney General; the Governors and Guardians of the Hospital for the Maintenance and Education of Exposed and Deserted Young Children; The President, Vice President; Treasurer and Governors of the Magdalen Hospital for the Reception of Penitent Prostitutes; Francis Kelly; Maxwell Clerk treasurer of the Asylum; (later added:) Oliver Thorne; Samuel Selby C79/218, no. [4]
1783 13 April 23 Charles Morgan esq v. Lad Rachael Morgan widow; William Jones esq & Elizabeth his wife; George Augustus Cavendish esq called Lord George Augustus Cavendish; Frederick Cavendish esq called Lord Frederick Cavendish; and John Cavendish esq called Lord John Cavendish C79/211, no. 2 [5]
1783 3 May 23 Edmund Pepys & Sarah his wife and others (sic) v. Charles lord bishop of Bath and Wells; John lord Willoughby de Broke; Jacob earl of Radnor & Ann his wife; and Ann countess dowager of Radnor; James Wayts; Elborough Woodcock; Thomas Pickering; Thomas Walley Partington; John Bowater & Frances his wife; and Evelyn Philip Meadows C79/213, no. [6]
1783 6 May 23 Francis Townshend v. Joseph Draper esq & Mary his wife; Margaret Townshend spinster; John Plumb & Mary his wife; and Richard Hancock C79/277, no. [7]
1783 8 May 23 The Reverend William Buller clerk prebendary of the cathedral church of Winchester & Anne his wife; John Buller one of the commissioners for the executing the office of the Lord High Adminiral of Great Britain; George Harris doctor of laws and chancellor of the diocese of Landaff; and Edward Mulso esq v. Sir Francis Vincent baronet C79/342, no. [8]
1783 20 June 23 Edgar Thomas Brewster gentleman v. Richard Chabnor and Francis Eves C79/205, no. 4 [9]
1783 2 July 23 Elizabeth Pincke widow v. Henshaw Thornycroft and Ann Thornycroft C79/213, no. [10]
1783 6 Nov 24 Lydia Babington widow and Thomas Babington; Mary Babington spinster; Matthew Babington; William Babington; and Joseph Babington infants by the Lydia Babington their mother v. John Stephenson & Mary his wife; Francis Hart; and Edward Gulson assignees of the said John Stephenson a bankrupt C79/205, no. 1 [11]
1783 29 July 23 Richard Smith esq v. Thomas Plumer Byde esq C79/271, no. [12]
1783 3 Dec 25 George Bonney & Martha Elizabeth his wife; James Tomlinson & Mary Watts his wife; William Sellman & Ann his wife (the said Martha Elizabeth, Mary, and Ann being the three only children of Richard Watts gentleman deceased) v. Ezra Ridgard & Martha his wife; Noah Barnard; Samuel Carter; John Thornton; and Cornelius Van Mildort C79/205, no. 3 [13]
1783 13 Dec Joseph Lancaster; John Bax; and John Ellill v. Samuel Nicholson C79/254, no. [14]
1783 C79, no. []