C78 1793

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Cal_Year Cal_Date Regnal_Year Parties Subject Matter Roll/Case_No.
1793 C79/, no. []
1793 22 Feb 33 John Motteux; John Durand; Emanuel Philip Bize; Lewis Agassiz; and Samuel Chollett executors of David Chollett; Sir William James baronet; James Harrison; Robert Dallas; and Thomas Cairns v. Robert Mackreth [?1725–1819], Hon Henry Saint John, Frederick Lord Bolingbroke & Saint John [1765-1844] re. marriage agreement 3/4 Nov 1765, Frederick Lord Viscount Bolingbroke [1732-1787] and Lady Diana Spencer [1734-1808]; £10,000 marriage portion and property; loans Aug/Sept 1774 by Viscount Bolingbroke from John Motteux, John Durand et al. C79/1987, no. [2]
1793 7 March 33 Sir Herbert Mackworth baronet; William Miller nephew and heir at law of William miller, an infant, by William Dyer; and John Richards esq v. Thomas Thomas re. sale 1746 for £500 of capital messuage called Roath House or Court, and other property in par. Roath [now in Cardiff], Glamorgan by Marmaduke Gwynne of Ludlow, Salop to Somerset Davies. C79/257, no. [3]
1793 7 March 33 Sir Herbert Mackworth baronet; William miller nephew and heir at law of William Miller, an infant by John Richards esq v. Thomas Thomas [vide above] re. sale 1746 for £500 of capital messuage called Roath House or Court, and other property in par. Roath [now in Cardiff], Glamorgan by Marmaduke Gwynne of Ludlow, Salop to Somerset Davies. C79/224, no. [4]
1793 20 July 33 Christian Kidney v. Launay Richard Coussmaker and Elizabeth Kidney re. will 6 Sept 1787, of Benjamin Kidney (complt's late father) of Laurence Pountney Hill, London [EC4]; property at Knuston, par. Irchester, Northants and elsewhere. C79/287, no. 1 [5]
1793 25 July 33 Richard Pepper Arden esq then Attorney General at the relation of the mayor and commonalty and citizens of the city of London, Governors of Christs Hospital informant and also the said Mayor and Commonalty and Citizens and the Governors of the said Hospital

v. The Right Reverend John lord archbishop of Canterbury; the Master, Wardens, and Company of Freemen of the Art or Mystery of Painters otherwise painter stainers within the City of London and the suburbs and liberties thereof; The Master and Wardens and Bretheren and Sisters of the Guild or Fraternity of the Blessed Mary the Virgin of the Mystery of the drapers of the City of London; Thomas Ramsey; John Brettell; and Edward Montagu esqs executors of John Stock citizen and draper of London; Thomas Willett & Elizabeth his wife; Thomas Richardson & Martha his wife; Susannah Hill widow and administrator of Charles Hill deceased; and Sarah Hill spinster; the Most Reverend Father in God John, lord Archbishop of Canterbury the President; William Rix esq the treasurer, for the relief of poor widows and children of clergymen; Richard Clarke esq alderman the president; and William Gill esq alderman the treasurer of Christ's Hospital; William Newman esq and alderman; and John Clements esq the deputy of the ward of Farringdon within London; Edward Forster the master of the Mercers Company; John Wells the Master of the Drapers Company; William Bell doctor in divinity vicar of Christ Church London; and Josiah Sarney Master of the Painters Company

re. indenture 29 Mar 1774, concerning Revd William Hetherington's charity [for the blind] founded by him, a governor of Christ's Hospital, in 1774. C79/226, no. [6]
1793 4 Dec 33 C79/344, no. [7]
1793 C79/, no. []