C78 1831

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Cal_Year Cal_Date Regnal_Year Parties Subject Matter Roll/Case_No.
1831 C78/, no. []
1831 14 Jan Thomas Walker; Samuel Walker; Jonathan Walker; Vincent Henry Eyre and Richard Stanley bankers and partners on behalf of themselves and other creditors of William Fidgeon Farmer deceased who contribute to the expences of the suit v. John Hardman; Peter Thompson; Thomas Cooke; and Samuel Cave Fidgeon re. claim that a bond, 26 Aug 1815 £20,000, formerly to secure a sum with interest is now to secure a debt; Sheffield C78/2097, no. 5 [2]
1831 15 Feb William Simson and Richard Parrott v. Jenkin Jones and John William Jones re. indenture for sale, 29 Mar 1819, piece of ground on SE and NE sides of St John's Wood Lane [London, NW8] to be converted to a road. C78/2097, no. 6 [3]
1831 25 Feb 1 John Somerset Russell and Anne Pakington v. Sir William Bryan Cooke; Sir Charles Miles Lambert Monck, [6th Baronet, 1779–1867]; and Philip Davies re. will 14 Nov 1821, Sir John Pakington [1760-1830] of Westwood Park, Worcs; singular disposition of his property... C79/320, no. 2 [4]
1831 7 March 1 Robert Walker v. Benjamin Handley and John Pearson re. death of complt's father intestate in 1793 and rights of compt. to considerable freehold estates in Metheringham and Kyme, Lincs. since attaining age of 21 in Oct 1809. C79/320, no. 3 [5]
1831 11 March 1 Maria Elizabeth Alleyn Martin wife of Anthony Crosbie Martin esq by James Whitelaw Edgar esq v. George Milne;James Christian; Clement Bell; Robert Grant; John Sherwin Longden; and Anthony Crosbie Martin (when he come within the jurisdiction); Elizabeth Maria Martin: Robert Anthony Martin; Mary Martin; Lousia Alleyn Martin; Marianne Martin; John L'Espinasse Martin; Henrietta Buxton Martin; and Anthony Martin re. rights of oratrix to property of late mother under marriage settlement of 27 Aug 1802. C79/321, no. 1 [6]
1831 19 March Sir George Anson K.G.B. and The Right Honorable William earl Harcourt since deceased v. John Lee re. will 7 Jan 1801, of Sir William Lee [5th Baronet, 1764-1801] of manor and mansion house of Hartwell & manor of Stone, Bucks & other properties subject to mortgage. C78/2097, no. 7 [7]
1831 23 March William Barker Bingley; Charlotte Bingley widow; Maria Finch Hodgson spinster; Maria Bayne spinster; and Henry Horsford Bingley; William John Bingley; Charlotte Anne Bingley; Peregrine Taylor Bingley; Frederick Harris Irvin Vere Bingley; and Margaret Keddey Bingley the only children of Thomas Brooke Bingley infants by the said Charlotte Bingley their next friend v. Peter Page & Clarissa his wife; Robert Keddey & Margaret his wife; Thomas Sutton & Clara his wife; Elizabeth Sutton; WIlliam Fowler Sutton; George Fowler Sutton; Fowler Sutton; and James Bayne re. will 7 June 1825 of Clare Barker of East Sheen, Surrey and possessed of messuage, garden, closes of land, by Court Roll, in the manor of Wimbledon. C78/2098, no. 1 [8]
1831 15 April William Thompson v. David Barclay; Charles Herring the elder; Christopher Richardson; Richard Jaffray; John Diston Powles; Alfred Williams Powles; and also against Charles Herring the younger re. Aug 1825, partnership Barclay, Herring, Richardson & Co., London merchants; possessed of Certificates of Obligation of Republic of Guatemala. C78/2098, no. 2 [9]
1831 15 April William Thompson v. David Barclay; Charles Herring the elder; Christopher Richardson; Richard Jaffray; John Diston Powles; Alfred Williams Powles; and also against Charles Herring the younger [appears identical to above] re. Aug 1825, partnership Barclay, Herring, Richardson & Co., London merchants; possessed of Certificates of Obligation of Republic of Guatemala. C78/2098, no. 3 [10]
1831 19 April 1 William Pitcairn and John Auros v. James Meek; Jonahtan Brundrett and the Attorney General re. will 12 Nov 1824, Henry Meek of Berners Street, Middx; monies to be invested for poor relief in Queensferry and pars. Dalmeny & Kirkliston [West Lothian]. C79/321, no. 2 [11]
1831 1 June Ellen Little v. George Blake; John Bell and James Blake re. Sept 1800, earnings from vessel the 'Phoebe' of Liverpool, to carry slaves from west Africa to West Indies. C78/2098, no. 4 [12]
1831 20 June Susanna Locke v. Thomas Southwood re. marriage agreement 24 April 1769, Robert Marke and Grace Haddon, and property in manor of Taunton Deane, Soms. C78/2098, no. 5 [13]
1831 24 June 2 James Tobias Cooke clerk v. James Blunt; John Boyce; Thomas Johnson; John Hemmant; Henry Haynes; William Ground; John Burnham the younger; The Honorable Henry Seymour Conway commonly called Lord Henry Seymour; the Right Honorable John James, earl of Waldegrave; George Henry, duke of Grafton; John Jefferies, marquis Camden; and William, earl of Lonsdale re. rights since 7 Nov 1815 of the complt. James Tobias Cooke, to tithes, oblations and emoluements in par. St Andrew, Whittlesea [Cambs.] C79/321, no. 3 [14]
1831 29 June John Chaster v. James Platt; Charlotte Platt; and Ebenezer Maitland and also by amendment William Thornton Corbett re. articles of agreement for purchase, 18 Dec 1828, of eight shares in messuage or tenement and lands etc. called 'Yeo' in par. Ugborough, Devon by Charlotte Platt from complt. C78/2098, no. 6 [15]
1831 6 July 2 Mary Rolfe Andrew spinster, and Eleanor Susannah Andrew; Emma Sophia Andrew; Eliza Andrew; Georgiana Margaret Andrew; Harriet Augusta Andrew; and Philip Thomas Montagu Andrew infants by Mary Rolfe Andrew v. Mary Andrew and Thomas Andrew re. report 3 Dec 1827 of the Master in Chancery, James William Farrer esq. concerning the estates of Thomas Andrew. C79/322, no. 1 [16]
1831 28 July Mary Rolfe Andrew spinster and Eleanor Susannah Andrew; Emma Sophia Andrew; Eliza Andrew; Georgiana Margaret Andrew; Harriet Augusta Andrew; and Philip Thomas Montague Andrew infants by Mary Rolfe Andrew their next friend v. Mary Andrew and Thomas Andrew [apparently same as above] re. report 3 Dec 1827 of the Master in Chancery, James William Farrer esq. concerning the estates of Thomas Andrew. C78/2098, no. 7 [17]
1831 17 Nov William Whitten v. Francis Cross; Samnuel Pridham; David Symes; Ann Symes; John David Symes; Henry Melhuish Ford; Deborah Symes; Mary Symes; and Amelia Symes re. will 4 Jan 1792 of Benjamin Tollett; directions of the Court. C78/2098, no. 8 [18]
1831 21 Nov 2 Sir John Copley, Attorney General at the relation of Thmas Wonnington v. John Bankes Jenkinson; John Clifton; Richard Barneby; William Parker; Thomas Price; Thomas Stephenson & Ann Nash his wife; Thomas Nash Stephenson; Mary Anne Stephenson; Margaret Stephenson; and John Freeman re. a charity: 'Hospital of St Oswald, Worcester', and an Act of Parliament for its governance [15 Charles 2, c.2] C79/322, no.2 [19]
1831 2 Dec The Right Honorable George earl of Winchelsea and Nottingham and Sir Robert Williams Vaughan baronet v. Eleanor Garrety; The Attorney General; Henrietta Bellenden; John Bellenden Ker; John Bulteel AND the Honorable Henrietta Bellenden spinster; John Bellenden Ker; John Bulteel v. Sir Robert Williams Vaughan baronet; George earl of Winchelsea and Nottingham re. property of Lady Essex Ker who died in Sept 1819; lands in England and Scotland; her debts and those of her sister Lady Mary Ker, who died March 1818. C78/2098, no. 9 [20]
1831 15 Dec C79/348, no. [21]
1831 16 Dec 2 Thomas Bennett of Ringmore, Devon v. Ayshford Wise and Nicholas Baker re. partnership, the 'South Devon Assurance Company'; twenty-five shares in the said Company held by complt. C79/323, no. 1 [22]
1831 19 Dec Sophia Phipps v. Benjamin William; George Holland Ackers; James Ackers; George singleton; John Halsall; Richard Mayor & Ellen his wife; and Robert Cottain re. will, 13 April 1822, of James Ackers of Lark Hill within Salford, and considerable property [inc. Lark Hill Place] in Lancs; claims of Sopia Phipps as heir-at-law. C78/2098, no. 10 [23]
1831 19 Dec 2 Sophia Phipps widow v. Benjamin Williams; George Holland Ackers; James Ackers; George Singleton; John Halsall; Richard Mayor & Ellen his wife; and Robert Cottam [apparently same as above] re. will, 13 April 1822, of James Ackers of Lark Hill within Salford, and considerable property [inc. Lark Hill Place] in Lancs; claims of Sopia Phipps as heir-at-law. C79/323, no. 2 [24]
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