C78 1786

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Cal_Year Cal_Date Regnal_Year Parties Subject Matter Roll/Case_No.
1786 C79/, no. []
1786 6 Feb 26 Susannah Lovell spinster v. John Henshaw re. loan £300 29 Sept 1763 by John Henshaw from Thomas Lovell [?Lovett], secured on two closes called 'Townend' in manor of Ilkeston & 'Gallows Close' and 'Pasture Close' in Little Hallam, Derbs. C79/254, no. [2]
1786 27 Feb 26 Richard Mawer yeoman only son, heir at law, and sole executor of Richard Mawer v. John Mawer clerk Mortgage of property in Upleatham, Yorks, formerly in occupation of John Mawer the grandfather, Thomas Craw and George Chapman. C79/298, no. 2 [3]
1786 28 Feb 16 Giles Bulluck v. Robert Sadler and Anthony Kerk re. marriage agreement 25 June 1744, Giles Bulluck and Jane Sadler (now deceased); entitlement to yearly rent of £25 and one third part of £1000, on death of Mary Styleman. C79/219, no. [4]
1786 8 May 26 Thomas Pitt and Ann Pitt infants by John, earl of Chatham v. Thomas lord Camelford; Ann, baroness Camelford; John Smith & Mary his wife; Charles Douglas Smith; William Sidney Smith; John Smith the younger; Thomas Auguste; George Bristow; Joseph Watkins; James Hanway; Thomas Prestow; and John Close re. marriage agreement 13 Dec 1735, Pinckney Wilkinson [M.P., c.1693–1784] of Burnham Westgate, Norf. and Mary Thurloe; division of property & claims of dau. Mary Smith née Wilkinson. C79/262, no. [5]
1786 27 May 26 William Hartley Roundell an infant the second son of William Roundell esq and one of the devisees named in the last will of John Currer esq by Ellin Roundell his grandmother v. Margaret Clive Richardson Currer; Frances Mary Richardson Currer; William Roundell & Mary his wife; Joseph Allen Thomas Richardson; Joseph Priestley; and Joseph Richardson re. will 5 Aug 1758 of Sarah Currer of Kildwick [near Skipton], Yorks; property in Gargrave, Bingley, Trafford Hill, Burton, Newton, Brotherton and Poole. C79/267, no. [6]
1786 21 Dec 27 William Pocock v. Roger Crowle re. sale 16/17 June 1766, William Crowle to Thomas Matthews, the manor of lordship of Water Feyston, Ferry Fryston, Ferrybriggs or Ferry Bridge, Yorks. C79/265, no. [7]
1786 C79/, no. []