C78 1828

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Cal_Year Cal_Date Regnal_Year Parties Subject Matter Roll/Case_No.
1828 C78/, no. []
1828 22 Jan John Partridge v. John Usborne and Charles Lancelot Hoggart re. sale 20 Oct 1825. by public auction of freehold estate near Ross [Ross-on-Wye], Heref., including remains of Penyard Castle; claims concerning particulars of sale. C79/316, no. 4 [2]
1828 22 Jan 8 John Usborne v. John Parkridge [see above] re. sale 20 Oct 1825. by public auction of freehold estate near Ross [Ross-on-Wye], Heref., including remains of Penyard Castle; counter-claims concerning particulars of sale. C79/316, no. 5 [3]
1828 25 Feb Richard Lowthian Ross v. Francis Aglionby re. rights, since July 1812, of complt. to rectory of Ainstaple, Cumberland [Ainstable, Cumbria], and particularly to tithes of corn and grain; descent of 'Nunnery' [Benedictine convent]. C78/2092, no. 1 [4]
1828 5 March 9 Frederick Whitaker v. John Roberts; William Hanbury Jones; and Eleanor Whitaker re. will 29 June 1787 of Elizabeth Snell; property in Bampton and Brize Norton, Oxon. leased from Dean and Chapter of St Peter's Cathedral, Exeter. C79/316, no. 6 [5]
1828 13 March 9 Luke Jackson v. Gervas Bourne re. indenture 26 Dec 1814; George Harry Grey called the Earl of Stamford and Warrington; coal pits and veins of coal under lands in hamlet of Newthorpe in par. Nuthall, Notts. C79/316, no. 7 [6]
1828 28 March Henry Robert Pearson; Frederick Burnet Pearson; Edwin Pearson; Arthur Hugh Pearson; William Wilberford Pearson an infant by John Norman Pearson his eldest brother; George Gisborne Banington & Sarah Ann his wife; Sarah Pearson widow and Ann Norman spinster v. James Stephen the younger; Zachary Macauley; Henry John Pearson; Frederick Thorpe Pearson; Alfred Pearson and Mary Arabella Pearson re. will 3 May 1822, of John Pearson surgeon, of Golden Square, Middx; bequests and leasehold premises in par. St Luke, Middx [now Islington]. C78/2092, no. 2 [7]
1828 29 April Alexander Macdougall v. John Vincent Purrier re. possession of rectory of St Helen's, Bishopsgate, City of London since 25 Mar 1822; rights to tithes and rates, sums of money and customary payments. C79/317, no. 1 [8]
1828 16 July Edmund Waters v. William Taylor; Francis Coust; Thomas Harris; William Morland; and thomas Hammersley re. dissolution of Opera House partnership; debts surrounding King's Theatre or Opera House [Her Majesty's Theatre, SW1], Haymarket.,[vide 1813 C79/303, no.4] C78/2092, no. 3 [9]
1828 5 Nov William Perkins and Thomas Powes re. Arlidge's Charity of 24/25 July 1716 and rentals, for purpose of education, from a farm at Thorpe in the Mire [now Thorpe-in-the-Vale], par. Ludford, Lincs. C78/2092, no. 4 [10]
1828 17 Nov Fursan Manners esq and Ann Stafford spinster v. Jonathan Wagstaff Bryan re. will 5 mar 1801, of Edward Manners [of Goadby Marwood, Leics. 1745-1811], father of complt.; bequests to children, including Laura Manners who married Stephen John Charlesworth. C79/317, no. 2 [11]
1828 20 Dec Sir Charles Joshua Smith baronet & Dame Belinda his wife late Belinda Colebrooke spinster; Isaac Currie; William Ellis Gosling; Henry Thomas Colebrooke; Thomas Cockburn; Charles Shaw Lefevre; Edward Lawford; The Right Honorable Spencer Joshua Alwyn Compton commonly called Earl Compton; and Leonard Currie

v. James Sutherland; Belinda Taasse; and John Taase (when he come within the jurisdiciton); Charles Hanbury Tracy; Sir James Edward Colebrooke baronet; Thomas Ridding; Charles Millett; Thomas Adcock Grindall; and Hannah Finch

re. will of George Colebrooke [son of Sir George Colebrooke, 2nd Baronet, 1729–1809] and his bequest of the manor of Stepney, Middx., shares in New River Company, estate at Lyndhurst, [Hants] etc. C79/317, no. 3 [12]
1828 24 Dec James Winter; Richard Winter; and Hannah Winter widow executors and executrix of William Winter v. Thomas William lord viscount Anson; William Mousley; James Luke Sampson; and John Byker Cooper re. Articles of Agreement for sale 16 June 1814, by William Winter to William Mousley, part of Fradley Heath in par. Alrewas, Staffs. C78/2092, no. 5 [13]
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