C78 1790

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Cal_Year Cal_Date Regnal_Year Parties Subject Matter Roll/Case_No.
1790 1 July William Drury Lowe late William Drury devisee and legatee of Richard Lowe esq v. Thomas Fane & Ann his wife; Stead Lowe; Anne Lowe; Francis Aicken; and Eleanor his wife; Edward Miller Mundy; John Radford; and Evan Lewis re. will 5 Feb 1781 and codicil 25 May 1785 of Richard Lowe of Locko [?Loscoe], Derbs; property in Derbs, Beds., Lincs., Wilts. and Middx. C78/1989, no. [2]
1790 15 Jan 30 William Walker gentleman v. John Atkinson re. purchase 1784 by John Atkinson from Edward Collingwood of piece of ground called Milburn Place, North Shields, Northumberland [now Tyne and Wear]; loan £200 13/14 Feb 1784 by John Atkinson from William Walker. C79/282, no. [3]
1790 27 Jan 30 William Hutcheson; Samuel Span; Edmund Jones; Philip Jones & Ann his wife formerly Ann Hutcheson spinster the daughter of the said William Hutcheson and one of the legatees in the will in writing and appointment of Frances Hutcheson late wife of the said William Hutcheson; and Hannah Wellington widow

v. Peter Hammond; Edmund Hammond; Peter Hammond the younger (later altered to Peter Ashton Hammond); and Francis Hammond (later altered to Francis Thomas Hammond); (later added:) William Buckler; John Dewey Parker; Daniel Richard; William Pellatt; Robert Smith; and Robert Busick

re. sale 9 Aug 1777 of messuages, lands etc. in pars. Chew Magna and Dundry, Somerset to Peter Hammond & Isaac Burgh; marriage agreement Frances Weeks and complt. William Hutchinson; will of Frances Hutchinson née Weeks. C79/249, no. [4]
1790 19 July 30 Elizabeth Talbot, countess dowager of Shrewsbury widow, relict, and administrator with the will annexed of George Talbot, late earl of Shrewsbury v. Charles Talbot, earl of Shrewsbury; Charles lord Dormer; George Talbot since deceased; John Talbot; James Talbot; Thomas Talbot; Francis Talbot; Francis William Talbot; Mary Talbot; and Dame Mary Blount re. indenture 30/31 Oct 1700, all property of Charles, Duke of Shrewsbury [1660-1718] (after failure of issue male of his body) in Salop, Worcs., Berks, Ches., Staffs., Oxon, Wilts. and Derbs. to George Talbot [1719–1787], 3rd son of Gilbert Talbot [1673–1743]. C79/274, no. [5]
1790 19 July 30 Matthew Hawes v. John Wyatt; John Brazier; Frances Wyatt; Elizabeth Ann Ellen Wyatt; Joseph Francis Wyatt; Charles John Wyatt; Stephen Arundell Brazier; Francis Ebawes; and Catherine Ebawes re. will 3 July 1783 of William Hawes (gt-uncle of complt.) of Great Marlow, Bucks; estate called Clay Lane Farm in Great Marlow [now next Wycombe Air Park]. C79/249, no. [6]
1790 20 Oct 31 Richard Pepper Arden esq The Attorney General at the relation of Benjamin Brookman and Moses Alsept the churchwardens of the parish of St Leonard, Shoreditch, Middx, and of Matthew Marshall; William Perry; Willliam Welch; and Charles Kemp the overseers of the poor of the said parish on behalf of themselves and the rest of the inhabitants of the parish v. The Mayor and Commonalty and Citizens of the City of London; Governors of the Possessions Revenues and Goods of the Hospitals of Edward, King of England the Sixth of Christ, Bridewell, and Saint Thomas the Apostle re. will 8 May 1761 [?1661] of Thomas Webb; bequest of all freehold messuages, lands etc. to his wife Mary Webb, and after her death to President and Governors of Christ's Hospital, London; a change to purpose/scope of the charity [Webb's Charity]. C79/204, no. 3 [7]
1790 29 Oct 31 William Horniblow v. Thomas Mangleman re. loan £700 29 Dec 1763, by Robert James of Abberley from John Gorle of par. All Saints, Worcester, secured on messuage and farm 'then called Barnhills' in par Abberley, Worcs. C79/223, no. [8]
1790 29 Nov 31 Thomas Bird v. Andrew Robinson Bowes and Thomas Bowes re.indenture 21/22 Nov 1775 £2,539 paid by John Bird to Aubune Surtees and Rowland Burdon in connection with purchase of manor and capital messuage called 'Twyzell', in county of Durham [Twizell, now Northumberland]. C79/257, no. [9]
1790 C79/, no. []