C78 1839

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1839 C78/, no. []
1839 21 Jan 2 The Attorney General on behalf of her Majesty and at the relation of William Dawber and William Fisher for themselves and on behalf of all person who might be interested in the due maintaining and preserving the navigation of Fossdyke in the city and county of Lincoln and county of Nottingham v. Henry Ellison; John, lord bishop of Lincoln; Sir Edward French Bromheads baronet; Robert Cracroft; John Milnes; the Honorable and Very Reverend Henry Lewis Hobart; John Coupland;John Fardall; Samuel Russell Collett; William Hutton; the Reverend Peregrine Curtois; Charles de Laet; Waldo Sibthorp; Richard Ellis; The Reverend William Ellis; The Very Reverend George Gordon; The Reverend George Thomas Pretyman; Thomas Norton; Thomas Jepson; Robert Fowler; John Hett; The Mayor, Sheriffs, Citizens and Commonalty of the City of Lincoln; John Robert Rogers; Christopher Cookson; John Heyworth; Richard Ellison of the University of Oxford; Richard Ellison of Sudbrook & Elizabeth his wife; Jane Ellison; John Ellison; Henry Ellison of Teddington; Christopher Ellison; The Reverend Alfred Padley; John Handley; and Harriet Ellison; Richard Bethell; Georg Parker; Humphrey Waldo Sibthorp & Mary Ether his wife; Thomas Martin & Caroline Harriet his wife; Richard Waldo Sibthorpe; and William Sanders re. neglecting maintenance of the Foss Dyke, or Fossdyke, which connects the River Trent at Torksey to Lincoln [Brayford Pool]. C79/335, no. [2]
1839 29 Jan 2 John David Hay Hill; Margaret Hill; Julia Kray Hill; Henrietta Hay Hill; Florence Hay Hill; and Mary Harriett Hay Hill infants by Mary Cassidy v. John Collett; Thomas Collett; William Rickford Collett; Benjamin Collett; Elizabeth Collett; Samuel Sandars & Mary his wife; Margaret Sandars; Elizabeth Sandars; Adelaide sandars; Richard Sandars; Edmond Sandars; Catherine Sandars; Charles Ormerod & Sarah his wife; Margaret Catherine Ormerod; John David Hay Hill & Margaret his wife; Abram Rawlinson Barclay; Thomas Massa Alsager; and Henry Lloyd re. marriage agreement, Sept 1827, John David Hay Hill of Gressenhall Hall, Norf. and Margaret Collett (dau. of Ebenezer John Collett [1755-1833] of Hemel Hempstead, Herts); £10,000 from E.J Collett on daughter's marriage and, allegedly, more promised on his death. C79/336, no. 1 [3]
1839 31 Jan James Lowe and Henry Lowe v. Samuel Sturgis re. praying that an account might be taken by the Court of what is due to complt, on the security of mortgaged premises. C78/2121, no. [4]
1839 7 Feb Attorney General at the relation of the honorable William Francis, Spenser Ponsonby, Thomas Henry Graham, George Penney, Richard Pinney, George Foot and Joseph Notting v. Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses of Poole, Robert Henning Parr, and Thomas Arnold re. Act 5&6 William IV c.76, Municipal Reform Act 1835, Mayor, Bailiffs, Burgesses, and Commonalty of the Town of Poole [Dorset]; alleged irregularities in replacement of Poole's old borough corporation with an accountable municipal borough council made up of representatives elected by ratepayers. C78/2107, no. 7 [5]
1839 26 Feb William Allison and Cooper Abbs v. William Herring sr, William Wealands Robson, Alexander Kirkaldy, George Wilkin Hall, William Herring jr, James Cooper Hall, and others re. resolutions at a meeting 9 Nov 1831 to obtain an Act of Parliament to increase accommodation for shipping by constructing a dock on north side of R. Wear [at Monkwearmouth]. C78/2107, no. 8 [6]
1839 9 March 2 John Scoones and John Cramer Roberts v. Robert Morrell re. will 1 Nov 1830 of Thomas Scott Redford of Elm Hill, par. Hawkhurst, Kent; considerable real estate consisting of freehold and copyhold Lands and hereditaments. C79/, no. 336 [7]
1839 3 April 3 Robert King v. Sir William Jackson Homan baronet; Henry Arabia; George Williamson; Louisa Howse; Thomas Parsons Poe; and Gertrude Poe; Edward Shannon; Joseph Dickson Robert Eustace; Rebecca Dawson; Elizabeth Robinson; Andrew Swansey; Anthony Lestange; Francis Lestange; William Thomas Briscoe; William Corbett; Arthur Jones; Sir Hugh Crofton baronet; John Lloyd; John Poe; Henry William Arabia; Edward Wight; Seymour Charles Madden; John Madden; Edward King; and Elizabeth King re. decretal order 1 May 1837 of High Court of Chancery in Ireland. C79/336, no. 3 [8]
1839 7 May William Lambert (since deceased) & Neetty his wife, Edward Wallace, Thomas Somers and others v. Catherine Margaret June Hutchinson, Bury Victor Hutchinson, Juliana Hutchinson, Anna Hutchinson, Thomas Henry Hall & Harriet his wife, John Philpotts and others re. praying that the will and codicils of James Hutchinson might be established, and the trusts thereof carried into execution. C78/2108, no. 1 [9]
1845 9 May Thomas Henry Rowley, Frederick Wyatt Rowley, Alfred Prior Rowley and Charles John Rowley, and Jane Rowley the younger and Ann Rowley, William Henry Orchard, Caroline Sophia Orchard, Emily Orchard, Georgiana Orchard, and Frederick George Orchard being all infants by Thomas Orchard next friend v. Samuel Adams, Edmund Marks, Henry Earley Wyatt, Thomas Rowley & Jane his wife, and William Orchard & Caroline his wife re. re. praying that the will of Henry Wyatt might be established, and the trusts thereof carried into execution. C78/2121, no. 9 [10]
1839 5 June Michael Seward & Harriette his wife, Thomas Weatherall, and Thomas Welch v. Francis McDonnell & Ann his wife, William Pearce, Thomas Oakley, William Addams Williams, John Saunders & Ann his wife, Thomas Prothero, and Ann Lewis re. praying that the will of Rhoda Pearce might be established, and the trusts thereof carried into execution. C78/2123, no. 12 [11]
1839 4 July The Reverend Thomas Lovick Cooper clerk v. John Byron, John Cross, Joseph Conlam, Robert Chatterton, John Blades, and Robert Riggall re. rights of Revd. Thomas Lovick Cooper since 1830 in par. Mablethorpe St. Mary cum Staine [Lincs.] to tithes of grain and corn and all great and small tithes whatsoever; claim that tithes are not payable when closes are used as pasture. C78/2108, no. 2 [12]
1839 10 July John Horatio Robley v. Caroline Robley et al. re. will of John Robley (complt's father) of Russell Sq., Middx and Tobago, West Indies; property Studley Park in Tobago & estate near Aylsebury, Bucks & messuage in Kings St., Cheapside, London. C78/2109, no. 1 [13]
1839 15 July 3 Magdalena Mehrtens; Trina Prigge; Johann Christian Tienken & Sophie Ilsabe his wife; Carsten Tienken & Rebecca his wife; and Holle Wohltmann re. will of Joachim Gerhard Baas [d.1767], sugar refiner of Bread Street Hill in par. St Nicholas Olave; monies and property in London. C79/336, no. 4 [14]
1839 16 July 3 Samuel Lewis and George Pringle v. Archibald Fullarton re. complts. were authors of book Lewis's Topographical Dictionary of England allege piracy against John Archibald Fullarton, the author of book A New and Comprehensive Gazetteer of England and Wales; request an injunction. C79/336, no. 6 [15]
1839 16 July 3 James Kay v. John Marshall the elder; John Marshall the younger; James Garth Marshall; Henry Cowper Marshall re. invention in 1824 by James Kay [1774-1857] of improved machinery for preparing and wet spinning flax, hemp and other fibrous materials; validity of this new development being disputed by John Marshall, of Leeds. C79/336, no. 5 [16]
1839 24 July John Dearman, Richard Hancock, and John Chipchase v. John Phipps, James Wyche, John Graham, Joshua Andrews & Elizabeth his wife, and Henry Wyche, Andrews Loftus Richardson & Ann Emely Richardson his wife re. sale 19/20 July 1811 farm with barn and arable, meadow and woodland called 'Bartley' or 'Bartleys Regis' in par. Eling [Totton and Eling, Hants] by Joshua Andrews to Charles Gore. C78/2109, no. 2 [17]
1839 2 Aug 3 Edward Harwood; Hugh Harwood; Margaret Clerk; Thomas Harwood; Thomas Richard Harwood; Thomas Harwood; and Anne Harwood v. William Monde de Charms; John Coggan & Edith his wife; William Moulton; and William Coggan Boulton re. will 24 Sept 1825, of Thomas Russell, clerk, a canon residentiary of Hereford cathedral; freehold estate at Kensington and a house in James Street. C79/337, no. 1 [18]
1839 10 Aug 3 Francis Powell v. Thomas Davies; Susannah Beddoes; Margaret Evans; Benjamin James & Elizabeth his wife re. will 11 April 1807, of George Peate, considerable personal estate & lands and premises at Clunton, Salop. C79/337, no. 3 [19]
1839 5 Nov Edward Davies v. Edward Gatacre re. orders of the Court; liberty of the complts. to bring an Act of Ejectment. C78/2120, no. 1 [20]
1839 8 Nov 3 James Alexander; Josias Dupre; Alexander Henry Young; and Richard Dawes v. James Brogden re. loan £18,000 12/13 Mar 1830, by James Brogden from James Alexander and Josias Dupre Alexander secured on mansion house, houses barns, yards, lands etc., etc. in par. Pembrey, Carmarthenshire. C79/337, no. 3 [21]
1839 15 Nov 3 Shuckburgh Chapman v. Samuel Amy Laverne; John Michael Laverne; Thomas Tims; Thomas Collett & Mary his wife; and WIlliam Taylor re. descent of the property of Michael Wodhull or Woodhull [1740-1816] of Thenford House, Northants in Kings Sutton, Wappenham, Forest of Whittlewood, Slapton, Silston otherwise Silveston or Silverstone, Culworth, Norton by Daventry and Appletree otherwise Appleby in par. Aston otherwise Aston in the Walls. C79/337, no. 4 [22]
1839 4 Dec Mary Wordsworth and George Wordsworth infants by Edward Gillett their next friend v. Joseph Carter Wood, Mary Wood widow, Frederick Wood, William Henry Wood, Matthew Wood, Charlotte Wood, Maria Wood, Henry Faskett & Caroline his wife, Adelaide Wood, George Kennett Pollock & Julia his wife, Charles Farell Forth Wordsworth, Edward Wood & Christiana wife, and Eliza Johnston re. will 23 Oct 1827 of Joseph Wood, brewer of par. St John the evangelist, Westminster, Middx. and his very considerable personal estate; claims of his infant grandchildren Mary and George Wordsworth. C78/2109, no. 3 [23]
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