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Cal_Year Cal_Date Regnal_Year Parties Subject Matter Roll/Case_No.
1840 C78/, no. []
1840 21 Jan Sir John Trevelyan v. Elizabeth Metford Charter, James Charter, Thomas Patton, Henry Warre, William Malet Charter, Agnes Ann Charter, Laura Alletia Charter, Elizabeth Charter, and John Chappell, and also James Charter re. alleged wrongdoings of Thomas Charter (decsd.) during appointment as steward of properties in Devon and Somerset of Sir John Trevelyan, baronet [1735-1828]. C78/2109, no. 4 [2]
1840 30 Jan John McDermott since deceased, Eliza McDermott, John Bryen McDermott, Horace McDermott, Alfred McDermott since deceased, and Ann Hagen McDermott infants under 21 v. William Kealy, William Buckley, Ann McDermott widow since deceased, John Wigg Ayers & Anna his wife, and Bryen John Wigg Ayers, Elizabeth Ayers, Anne Ayers, Caroline Ayers, Ellen Ayers, and John Bryen McDermott re. will 13 June 1811, of Bryen McDermott of Peckham Rise, Surrey; messuage on Charlotte Row at corner of Montpelier Tea Gardens [Walworth] & other bequests. C78/2115, no. 2 [3]
1840 21 Feb Ann Copley widow, George Hartley, and Robert Smithson v. Ralph Creyke the younger, Catharine Maria Bowes, Timothy Fysh Foord Bowes, Bernard Topham Foord Bowes, and Harriet Maria Topham Foord Bowes re. Edward Copley, attorney and solicitor [fl.1795-1807] of York employed by Major General Barnard Foord Bowes [1769-1812]; indebtedness of Bowes to Copley. C78/2109, no. 5 [4]
1840 30 March Jesse Oldfield v. William Cobbett [son of the pamphleteer & farmer 1763-1835] re. praying that an account might be taken of what was due and owing to the complt. from the estate of the testator William Cobbett [will of 14 December 1833; sale of literary copyright] C78/2141, no. 10 [5]
1840 29 May 3 George William Collins Jackson esq v. Edward Marjoribanks and Henry Hemsted re. will 15 Nov 1808, of William Collins of par. Langley Marsh, Bucks [now Langley, Berks]; lands, messuages and tenements, large personal estate. C79/337, no. 5 [6]
1840 3 July 4 The Reverend Samuel Badeley clerk v. Mary Dell; John Dell; and John Neale re. will 28 Dec 1837, Revd. John Dell of Walton in Aylesbury, Bucks; changes to former will of 1825. C79/337, no. 6 [7]
1840 7 Aug 4 John Knight; Frederic Knight; Winn Knight; Charles Allanson Knight; and Edward Lewis Knight an infant by said John Knight his father v. Thomas Andrew Knight; Thomas Knight the elder; and Thomas Knight the younger and also v. John Knight; Edward Knight; and Humphrey Senhouse Knight when amenable and Edward William Wynne Pendawes re. descent of property in Leintwardine, Downton, Forest of Mocktree, Chase of Bingwood [Bringewood], Heref. from Richard Knight (g-father of Richard Payne Knight, the testator) C79/338, no. 1 [8]
1840 3 Nov Mary Cope widow; John Cope; Smauel Wilkinson; John Sutton Wilkinson; and John Timmis v. Jane Poole; Maria Poole; Sarah Poole; The Right Honerable Henry Hobhouse; William Turton; Henry Turton; Thomas Hall Plumer; and Daniel Poole re. praying that the defendants might discover if there were mortgages or incumbrances affecting the premises in the said bill & that an account might be taken of the principal money and interest due to complts. C78/2130, no. 8 [9]
1840 11 Nov Robert Allen v. Richard MacPherson, Samuel Tomkins, and William Allen, George Evans & Susannah Evans his wife re. defendants were executors of the will of John Allen, late of Highbury place, Islington, deceased; complt. praying for a declaration of the Court, that he was entitled to the bequests made to him by the testator, John Allen [b.1760, East Chinnock, Soms., a wealthy cheesmonger of Queenhithe, London], in his will and first eight codicils, notwithstanding the revocation of the bequests by a ninth codicil; and that the defendants were trustees for the plaintiff to the extent of such bequests. C78/2114, no. 2 [10]
1840 16 Nov Frederick Edward Morrice, Arnold Wainwright & Louisa his wife v. Sir James Law, Philip Thistlethwaite Strong, Herbert Langham, and William Elyshford Sanford re. indenture dated the 12th of April, 1804, and by a fine and recovery, Revd. Francis Tutte (late of Glyndbourne in par. Glynde) conveyed the manors of Goate and Belhurst, in Sussex, together with divers farms and other hereditaments, to the use of such persons, and for such estate and estates as he should, by deed or will, appoint, and, in default of appointment, to the use of himself in tail, with remainder to the use of James Langham. C78/2116, no. 1 [11]
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