C78 1842

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Cal_Year Cal_Date Regnal_Year Parties Subject Matter Roll/Case_No.
1842 C78/, no. []
1842 1 Jan 5 John Geldard; Elias Thomas Wolstenholme; William Cass; William Thompson v. Thomas Hornby re. loan £700 19 Aug 1817, by Ann Southern from Francis Flower Geldard of York, plumber and glazier (now deceased) secured on messuage with brew-house on Middle Water Lane, par. St Mary in Castlegate, York. C79/340, no. [2]
1842 17 Jan 5 Richard Fanning v. James Edward Devereux; Elizabeth Reardon; and Commissioners of Charitable Donations and Bequests in Ireland re. will 15 Jan 1802, of James Fanning and property in France confiscated at the Revolution; compensation claims. C79/339, no. [3]
1842 28 Jan 5 The Attorney General at the relation of William Leonard Thomas Pyle Taunton Taunton; Thomas Powell; Michael Castle; and Thomas Davies and the said William Leonard Thomas Pyle Taunton; Thomas Powell; Michael Castle; and Thomas Davies

v. The Mayor, Aldermen abd Burgesses of the City of Bristol; Thomas Garrard; Richard Smith; Thomas Carlisle; George Thomas; William Harwood; Richard Ash; Harman Visger; George Eddie Saunders; William Herapath; John Herle Haberfield; Samuel Brown; Robert Fishe; William Tothill; Charles Bowles Fripp; John Savage; James Wood; James Cunningham; and George Bengough

re. will (made previous to 23 Henry VIII) of Thomas Thorne, merchant of Bristol endowing a Free Grammar School [for the teaching of 'good manners and literature, Bristol GS]; conditions. C79/339, no. 2 [4]
1842 21 Feb 5 John Osborne Barridge & Sarah his wife v. Skinner Row; Thomas Briggs; Alexander Brymer Belcher; John Phipps; and William Clowes re. marriage settlement 16 Nov 1825, Sarah Burridge and William Row of Suffolk Street, Pall Mall East, Middx; bond £10,000. C79/340, no. [5]
1842 26 Feb William Davies, James Davies, Samuel Davies, Frederick Davies, and Alfred Davies infants by William Gill next friend v. James Fisher, William Powell, James William West & Martha Ann his wife, James William George West, Mary Ann West, Henry Gray, John Gardiner, James Charles Davies, Mary Davies widow, John Perry, John Charles Rose, and Susannah Phillips re. will 18 Sept 1824, of James Davies of Park Street, par. St Mary, Islington [London, N1]; leasehold houses, monies in the public stocks or funds etc. C78/2118, no. 5 [6]
1842 11 March John Benson, Lewis Mansse, David Gorman, and Charles Saunderson on behalf of themselves and all other the proprietors or shareholders of a certain company called The Bahia Steam Navigation Company v. Joseph Lowell Heathorn, George Olesthorpe, Richard Thornton Brown, Thomas Farmer re. directors of company had employed a firm as their agents abroad [waters of the province of Bahia and elsewhere, along the coast of Brazi], which consisted, during the agency, of three different sets of partners, . The directors' bill was against all the persons who had been partners, for an account of all the transactions of the agency. C78/2122, no. 5 [7]
1842 23 March 5 Richard Butler, 2nd Earl of Glengall (1794 – 1858) & wife Margaret Lauretta Mellish v. Benjamin Barnard; The Honorable Edward Thynne commonly called Lord Edward Thynne & Elizabeth his wife; The Honorable Henry Thynne commonly called Lord Henry Thynne; The Honorable and Reverend John Thnne clerk commonly called Lord John Thynne; William Astell; Margaret Mellish widow; and William Took re. praying that the trust's of William Mellish's will be executed and that an account be taken of the rents and profits of the testator's real estates which were devised in the will to the complt. C79/340, no. [8]
1842 19 April 5 Robert Bampton v. Thomas Birchall; Richard Woodward; and William Carr otherwise William Standish Standish; and James Standish [faded document] re. death intestate of Sir Frank Standish of Duxbury Hall, Lancs in May 1812; his estates in Standish and Chorley and elsewhere in Lancs. C79/341, no. 1 [9]
1842 29 April 5 Isaac Cookson; Marianne Cookson widow; Thomas Cookson; Joseph Cookson; Robert Surtees & Elizabeth his wife; and Robert Bell & Enna Donna his wife v. Henry Ultrick Reay; George Holme Summer; Walter Burnale; Whiston Powell; Sarah Powell widow; George Wilkinson; Susannah Blackmore; John Bebb; Thomas Bailey; Samuel Catell; and Thomas Lowes re. praying that the sum of £8,508 3s 8d consols 3% annuities might be transferred to John Cookson and the petitioner Isaac Cookson, as admins. of the estate of the late Captain Isaac Cookson. C79/341, no. 2 [10]
1842 6 May Daniel Evans v. Patrick Brown, John McCord, Morgan Jenkins, Thomas Lloyd, Edward Hamlin Adams, James Richard, Lewis Lloyd, Judith Parry, and Thomas Parry Thomas the younger, and the Attorney General re. praying that the reversion in the bill might be sold, for the payment of the debt due to the complt. and the other unsatisfied creditors of the testator. C78/2118, no. 6 [11]
1842 23 May 5 Thomas Ward v. Joseph Clarke the elder; Valentine Green; Richard Spencer; Matthew Rose; John Rose; Sophia Hood; Ann Hood; William Parsons; Thomas Shaw; and John Davys re. will 25 Nov 1795, John Hood of Packington [Leics]; his marriage settlement with wife Isabella, estates at Packington and Stoke Golding. C79/341, no. 3 [12]
1842 25 June The Reverend George Sloper clerk v. John Sloper, Marcia Treherne, David Williams & Amelia his wife, Edward Brice, Bunny Charles Slocock, Alfred Douglas Donovan, Robert Stokes Sloper, and Thomas Phillips, and George Alexander, Kent Sloper re. praying that an account might be taken of what remained due in respect of the annuities given by the will of the testator and which then remained charged upon the West Woodhay estate [Berks.] and, if necessary, of the arrears due to Thomas Phillips as executor of Granby Sloper... C78/2111, no. 6 [13]
1842 29 June James Christopher Forsyth & Elizabeth his wife, and Alfred Forsyth, Franceis Forsyth, Elizabeth Sarah Langdon Forsyth, and Charlotte Wright Forsyth infants by James Christopher Forsyth their father v. William Chard, Edward Chard, Charles Harden, and Samuel Gell re. praying that the rights and interests of the complts. under the will of Francis Forsyth [formerly of Stangate Street,

Lambeth, and late of Clayton Street, Kennington, d.1833] might be ascertained and declared by Court decree and an account taken of personal estate and effects.

C78/2126, no. 8 [14]
1842 5 July 6 John Chadwick In the matter of William Compton and in the matter of Samuel Horsey and in the matter of the act for amending the laws respecting conveyances and transfers of estates and funds vested in trustees and mortgage and for enabling courts of equity to give effect to their decrees and orders in certain cases and in the matter of an act for the amendment of the law relating to escheat and forfeiture of real and personal property holden in trust C79/341, no. 4 [15]
1842 15 July James Worthington Livesey and Mary Carter Livesey and Harding Livesey infants by said James Worthington Livesey their brother and Jane Elizabeth Livresey and Sarah Dorothea Livesey both infants by said James Worthington Livesey their cousin re. praying that the will of Jane Worthington might be established and trust executed, and that the defendants might be decreed to account of all the personal estates and effects of the testator. C78/2127, no. 1 [16]
1842 21 July Attorney General and the Master, Brethren, and Sisters of the Hospital of the Holy Jesus founded in the mannors in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne v. The Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses of the town of Newcastle upon Tyne, and John Clayton The endowment of the Hospital of Holy Jesus and entitlement to the Mansion House of Newcastle, and a share of the Manor of Walker, Northumberland. C78/2117, no. 1 [17]
1842 22 July John Moore v. Charles Painter and Frederick Painter re. loan £300, before May 1814, by John Moore, silversmith of 43 Great Charles Street, Birmingham, Warks. from John Ashmore of Bromsgrove, secured on messuages in par. St Martin [St Martin in the Bull Ring], Birmingham. C78/2111, no. 7 [18]
1842 27 July The Honorable George Rice Rice Trevor v. The Honorable Henry Trevor, Joseph Rogers, Robert Trevor, Hugh Boscawen, The Right Honorable George Lord Dynevor, and The Right Honorable Thomas Lord Dacre re. wills 6 and 8 Sept 1824 of John Hampden-Trevor, 3rd Viscount Hampden [1748-1824]; considerable estates in Sussex and Bedford; no heirs. C78/2112, no. 1 [19]
1842 1 Aug Attorney General v. The Master Wardens and Commonalty of Merchants Venturers of the City of Britol and Joseph Hellicar re. praying that the 'charity might be established', and to take an account of what the charity property consists, and to charge the defendants with a sum of £500, and interest, received by them; for a declaration that the manor of Stogersey [? Stogursey, Soms.] is the property of the charity, but if not, then that the defendants may account for a sum of £2,000 and interest, and for a scheme. C78/2133, no. 3 [20]
1842 3 Dec Richard Thornton Perkin v. Thomas Stafford of Bermondsey Street, Parish of St Olave, Southwark, pawnbroker re. loan £1,000 23 Feb 1822 by Thomas Stafford, of Bermondsey Street, Southwark, Surrey from Richard Perkin of Kingsland Road, Middx. secured on two dwelling houses in Tuttle Court, otherwise Woolsack Alley, Bermondsey Street. C78/2112, no. 2 [21]
1842 15 Dec Reynolds Peyton v. Henry Alwright Hughes, Charles Dewding, and others [faded document] re. will 26 Sept 1811 of Henry Lambert of the Bartons in par. Colwall, Heref; bequests to Abraham Robarts of Lombard Street, London, Banker and Henry Hughes of Newport Street, Worcester and John Platt, Bridge Street, Worcester, messuages or tenements, farms, lands, hereditaments, estates and premises. C78/2112, no. 3 [22]
1842 22 Dec Frederick Altree and Stephen Staner v. Alexander Hordern; Henry Hordern; Henry Hill; and Jane Hickman Hordern; Sarah Austin Shepherd; Mary Ann Altree; and Charles Solomon Clarke re. praying that the sales of the manors, hereditaments and premises mentioned might be declared void, except as comprised in Lot 8. C78/2135, no. 12 [23]
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