C78 1838

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Cal_Year Cal_Date Regnal_Year Parties Subject Matter Roll/Case_No.
1838 C78/, no. []
1838 7 Feb Sir Lumley St George Skeffington baronet [1771-1850] v. Thomas Whitehurst (since deceased); Thomas William Budd; Charles Hayward Budd; William Davis; Benjamin Shaw; Sir Charles Flower baronet (since deceased); William Green; Charles Green; Henry Green; Thomas King Creak; William Thompson' Robert Farrand; George Barclay Mansel Roll 332 is a continuation of roll 331

re. partnership: ship and insurance brokers, Thomas Hubbert and Alexander Hubbert his son; demise 21 Jan 1790 by James, marquis of Salisbury [1748-1823] to Thomas Carter; land in Cherry Garden St, Bermondsey, Surrey.

C79/331, no. 1 [2]; C79/332, [3]
1838 12 Feb 1 William Gutteridge v. Joseph Ersee Edwards Fisher; William Dewes; and John Grundy re. bond £2,000 30 Sept 1807, John Grundy of Anstey, Warks; complt stood surety.. C79/333, no. [4]
1838 7 May 1 John Phipson v. Samuel Hammond Turner; William Palmer; Arthur Ryland; Mary Anna Phipson; John Joseph Weatherley Phipson; Fanny Heyes Phipson; Elizabeth Ryland Phipson; Sampson Tomlinson; and James Tomlinson re. will 5 Feb 1825 of William Goore of Liverpool and West Derby, Lancs; considerable personal estate and bequests. C79/333, no. [5]
1838 6 June 1 The Right Honorable William lord Kensington baron Kensington of the Kingdom of Ireland v. The West of London and Westminster Cemetery Company re. marriage settlement 9/10 Oct 1833, William Edwardes [3rd Baron Kensington 1801–1872] & Laura Jane Ellison and land in par. St Mary Abbotts, Kensington, Middx [Brompton Cemetery]. C79/333, no. [6]
1838 22 June Brownlow, Marquis and Earl of Exeter v. Isabella, Marchioness of Exeter and several others re. marriage settlement 8 May 1824, complt [Brownlow Cecil, 2nd Marquess of Exeter, 1795–1867] & Isabella Poyntz; settlement proposals drawn up by Foulkes, Langford & Walford, his solicitors & Foster, Frere and Cook her solicitors... C78/2107, no. 4 [7]
1838 17 July George Henry, Duke of Grafton v. London & Birmingham Railway Company re. Letters Patent, 25 Charles II, to Henry earl of Arlington and the complt's [George Henry FitzRoy, 4th Duke of Grafton, 1760–1844] rights to manors of Grafton and Hartwell & lands etc. in Blisworth and Ashton and elewhere in Northants. C78/2107, no. 5 [8]
1838 4 Aug 1 The Honorable Mary Petre; The Honorable William Bernard Petre; The Honorable Henry Petre; and the Honorable Charlotte Petre all infants by The Right Honorable Mary Bridget dowager baroness Petre their grandmother v. The Honorable George lord Stafford; The Honorable Henry Charles Howard commonly called earl of Surrey; Thomas Heneage; and the Eastern Counties Railway Company re. marriage settlement 22 April 1815, Lord Petre [William Henry Francis Petre, 1793-1850] and Frances Bedingfield [c.1796-1822]; lands in Essex. C79/333, no. [9]
1838 2 Nov James Wicksted Swan v. John Boydell, Joseph Cooper, Samuel Cooper, George Cooper, John Cooper, Timothy Wainwright & Sarah his wife, Elizabeth Snelson, and others re. sale £600 19 April 1823, of water corn mill [near Bate's Mill Bridge] called 'Horton's Mill' in Tiverton par. Bunbury, Ches. by Edward Cooper to Richard Wickstead. C78/2107, no. 6 [10]
1838 13 Nov 2 James Booth v. Sir Robert Heron; Ralph Leycester; and Henry Dobson re. will 2 Jan 1772 of Thomas Hanway; bequest of £2,000 to wife Ann and £8,000, to R. Heron [d.1805] and Wm. Painter, upon trust, to pay the interest of it to his wife for her life. C79/334, no. [11]
1838 19 Nov The Master and Wardens of the Guild or Fraternity of the Body of Christ of the Skinners of the City of London commonly called The Skinners Company

v. The Society of the Governor and Assistants London of the New Plantation of Ulster within the Realm of Ireland; The Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery of the Mercers of the City of London; The Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery of the Grocers of the City of London; The Master and Wardens and Brethren and Sisters of the Guild or Fraternity of the Blessed Mary the Virgin of the Mystery of the Drapers of the City of London; The Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery of Fishmongers of the City of London; The Master and Keepers or Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery or Art of Ironmongers London; The Master, Wardens and Commonalty of Freeman of the Art or Mystery of Clothworkers of the City of London; The Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery of Goldsmiths of the City of London; The Master and Wardens of the Merchant Tailors of the Fraternity of Saint John the Baptist in the City of London; The Master and Four Wardens of the Fraternity of the Art or Mystery of Haberdashers in the City of London; The Master, Wardens, and Freemen and Commonalty of the Mystery of Vintners of the City of London; The Master and Wardens and Company of the Art or Mystery of Innholders of the City of London; The Masters and Governors and Commonalty of the Mystery of Cooks of London; The Master, Warden, and Society of the Art or Mystery of the Broderers of the City of London; The Master, Wardens and Commonalty of the Art or Mystery of Glaziers and Painters of Glass in the City of London; The Wardens, Assistants, and Freemen of the Company of Basket Makers of the City of London; The Company of Armorers and Brasiers in the City of London; The Master and Keepers or Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery or Art of Stationers of the City of London; The Master, Wardens, and Commonalty of the Mystery of Bakers of the City of London; The Master and Wardens or Keepers of the Art or Mystery of Girdlers London; The Master, Wardens, and Commonalty of the Art or Mystery of Wax Chandlers of the City of London; The Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery of the Dyers of the City of London; The Wardens or Keepers and Commonalty of the Mystery or Art of Sadlers of the City of London; The Master, Wardens, and Commonalty of the Mystery of Cutlers of the City of London; The Master, Wardens, and Commonalty of the Faculty of Joiners and Ceilers or Carvers of London; The Master and Keepers or Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery or Art of Brewers of the City of London; The Master, Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery of [erased] of London; The Master, Wardens, and Assistants of the Company of Cookes; The Master and Wardens and Commonalty of the Art or Mystery of Pewterers of the City of London; The Master, Governors and Commonalty of the Mystery of Barbers of London; The Master, Wardens, and Commonalty of the Mystery of the Freemen of the Carpenters of the City of London; The Bailiffs, Wardens, and Assistants and Commonalty of the Trade, Art and Mystery of Weavers of London; The Master and Wardens and Commonalty of Freemen of the Mystery of Plumbers of the City of London; The Master, Wardens, and Assistants of Poulters London; The Master and Keepers and Wardens of the Society of Freemen of the Mystery or Art of Tylers and Bricklayers London; The Keepers or Wardens and Society of the Art or Mystery de lez Blacksmiths London; The Master, Wardens, and Commonalty of the Art of Mystery of the Furriers of the City of London; The Master, Wardens, and Commonalty of the Art or Mystery of Butchers of the City of London; The Master, Wardens, and Commonalty of the Mystery or Art of the Upholders [=upholsterers] of the City of London; The Master, Wardens, and Society of the Mystery of Bowyers of the City of London; The Wardens and Assistants of the Fraternity of Fletchers of London; The Mayor and Commonalty and Citizens of the City of London; John Thomas Thorp and Henry Schultes

re. charter 1608 of James 1 a large District of Land, with certain Ferries, Fisheries, and other Hereditaments, in the Province of Ulster, in Ireland, were, at the Request of the Corporation of London, granted and confirmed to the Irish Society, (which was incorporated for that Purpose), apon certain Terms and Conditions, the Object of which, on the Part of the Crown, was to secure the Plantation a Colony of Protestant Subjects in Ulster, the building and Maintenance of Towns, Fortifications, Churches, and Schools there, the Establishment of the Protestant Religion, and the future good Management of the Plantation. C78/2139, no. 1 [12]
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