C78 1784

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Cal_Year Cal_Date Regnal_Year Parties Subject Matter Roll/Case_No.
1784 C79/, no. []
1784 20 Feb 24 Edmund Jeffery v. The Reverend William Sprigg; The Reverend Kennedy Kennedy & Margaret his wife; Odal Upton & Grace his wife; John Douthat & Sarah his wife; and Edmund Norris; (added later:) Joseph Partington; and John Blagden re. will 9 June 1777 of Nathan Sprigg [d.1778] of Barnes, Surrey; £1,500 upon trust to Elizabeth Sprigg Jeffrey (daughter of complt.); dwelling house in Barnes [St Anne's House]. C79/253, no. [2]
1784 23 Feb 24 William Lowther esq & the Honorable Augusta Lowther his wife (thentofore the Honorable Augusta Fane spinster the daughter of the Right Honorable John late earl of Westmoreland deceased by lady Augusta Burghersh his wife also deceased and which said lady Augusta Burghersh was one of the two daughters of the Honorable Montague Bertie deceased commonly called Lord Montague Bertie by Dame Elizabeth his wife deceased formerly Elizabeth Piers spinster; and the said Augusta Lowther was the granddaughter of the said Lord Montague Bertie deceased and the niece and administratrix with the will annexed of Frances Bertie spinster deceased who was the other daughter of the said Montague Bertie by the said Elizabeth his wife and a legatee and devisee in the will of the said Frances Bertie and which Lady Augusta Burghersh and Frances Bertie were the two daughters and only children of the said Lord Montague Bertie by the said Elizabeth his wife

v. John, earl of Westmoreland; the Honorable Thomas Fane; The Honorable James Grenville; Richard Gould; The Honorable Henry Fane; and Inigo Jones

re. marriage agreement 16 April 1735, Montagu Bertie [d.1753] of St James, Westminster and Miss Elizabeth Piers [d.1782] of St Margaret's, Westminster; settlement of all his possessions on wife if she survives him, and then to two daughters, Augusta (mother of complt. Lady Augusta [married to William Lowther,1st Earl of Lonsdale]) and Frances. C79/254, no. [3]
1784 13 March 24 Ann Peele widow v. Lawrence Cox esq re. loan £400 20 Aug 1776 by William Stead of par. St Mary le bone, Middx. from Ann Peele, secured on piece of ground on south side of a new street to be called Hinde Street [Marylebone, W1]. C79/264, no. [4]
1784 12 May 24 Dorothy (Harvey?) v. Solomon Ashley & Winifred his wife; Mary Pitfield; Sir Thomas Clarke; John Ashley; William Smith; Thomas Bodicote; Julines (?) Beckford & Elizabeth his wife; George lord Carpenter; John Middlemore; Rebecca Lechmere; Sarah Cooke; and David Petty re. will 17 Jul 1728, of Alexander Pitfield [1659-Oct 1728], £5,000 bequests to two g-daughters at age of 21, or on marriage. C79/208, no. [5]
1784 15 June 24 Francis Saunders gentleman; Benjamin Symes gentleman; Saunders Jeffery gentleman; James Saunders gentleman; and John Cripps gentleman; Robert Jeffery the elder gentleman; Joseph Symes gentleman; Samuel Jeffery gentleman; Robert Jeffery the younger gentleman; William Saunders the elder gentleman; James Jeffery gentleman; William Galcombe gentleman; Philip Sidball gentleman; John Thorne gentleman; Jacob Deane gentleman; Francis Jeffery gentleman; Francis Saunders gentleman; and Richard Amesbury gentleman all of the parish of Huntspill, Som; Thomas Jeane of Bromefield, Som, esq; William Saunders the younger of North Petherton gentleman; and Richard Venn of Lawrence Liddiard gentleman being owners and occupiers of lands lying in different parts of the parish of Huntspill and particularly lands lying in the tithing of Weethy on behalf of themselves and other owners and occupiers of lands in the tithing and parish of Huntspill

v. the Master and Scholars of Balliol college in the University of Oxford

re. rights of presentation of the rectory of Huntspill; presentation [1778] of Revd. George White and his rights to tithes. C79/214, no. 5 [6]
1784 26 June 24 John Taylor doctor of laws v. Anthony Rhudde & Mary his wife and Thomas Astle re. marriage agreement Ralph Wood and Mary (sister of Thomas Astle) & property in Leigh, Chartley, Cheadle and Uttoxeter, Staffs; alleged resolutions by Ralph Wood concerning proposed will made in conversation, at Market Bosworth, between himself and Thomas Astle. C79/276, no. [7]
1784 8 July 24 Kinchant v. Kinchant re.[faded document] descent of property [Park Hall, Whittington, Salop]; John Kinchant of Park Hall esq by Emma Kinchant his wife lately deceased, who was sister and heir at law of Job Charlton late of Park Hall esq. deceased and daughter of Sir Francis Charlton late of Ludford, by Mary his wife both deceased. C79/224, no. [8]
1784 27 July 24 John Iddy & Appolonia his wife v. The Right Reverend Brownlow bishop of Worcester; John Ross; James Lewis; and Thomas Evans re. descent of property in Worcester & manor of ?Wychbold and at Astwood, belonging to sisters Ann Hill and Elizabeth Hill. C79/223, no. [9]
1784 4 Aug 24 Charles Morgan esq v. Lady Rachael Morgan widow since deceased; William Jones & 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 re. marriage agreement 13/14 May 1723, Sir Wm. Morgan [c.1700-1731] (complt's late uncle) and Lady Rachael Cavendish [1699-1780]; land and tenements in cos. of Monmouth and Glamorgan. C79/211, no. 3 [10]
1784 24 Nov 25 Thomas Porter of East Hoathly, Sussex, clerk v. James Camfield & Mary his wife and Elizabeth Baker re. loan £600 17 Dec 1770, by William Baker and Mary Peascod (his mother) from Sarah Woodgate of Sevenoaks, Kent, secured on messuage, farm and lands at Withyham, Sussex C79/264, no. [11]
1784 29 Nov 25 Richard Hoare of Fleet Street, London v. Gabriel Selby re. loan £11,000 2/3 April 1775 by Gabriel Selby of Paston or Pawston Northumberland, from Richard Hoare, secured on townships or hamlets of Pawston and Pawston Hill. C79/252, no. [12]
1784 C79/, no. []
1784 16 Dec 25 (Incomplete:) Richard Stephens; Wilhelmina Ann (Western) v. William Hanbury and Ann the wife of John Harvey (added later:) John lord viscount Bateman; Henrietta Elizabeth Tillard; and Frances Western re. marriage agreement 6 June 1712, William Western (complt's late father) and Anne Bateman; manors lands and hereditaments in Essex. C79/216, no. [13]