C78 1852

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Cal_Year Cal_Date Regnal_Year Parties Subject Matter Roll/Case_No.
1852 C78/, no. []
1852 13 Jan The Reverend Thomas Maxwell Hunt; Thomas Pycroft; William Hodson; and Elizabeth Hunt v. Hannah Maria Spindler Bohn (when she come within the jurisdiction); John Stephen Spindler Hopwood and Thomas William Spindler Hopwood C78/2144, no. 5 [2]
1852 19 Jan Thomas Sherlock Nelson v. William Bonner Hopkins; Charles Marris; and George Nelson C78/2144, no. 6 [3]
1852 20 Jan Jeremiah Briggs and David Wheatcroft In the matter of the Hospital and Free School of Sir John Port knight in Etwall and Repton alias Reppingdon of the foundation of the said Sir John Port and in the matter of an Act of Parliament in 52 George III entitled "An Act to provide a summary remedy in cases of abuses of trusts created for charitable purposes" C78/2144, no. 7 [4]
1852 22 Jan Thomas Bell and Samuel Bell v. Robert Davis Rea and Hugh Casemint C78/2157, no. 2 [5]
1852 24 Jan Attorney General Sir Frederick Thesiger knight at the relation of John Miller Dickson; John Dewar; Thomas Cockburn; and Robert Therr v. Alexander Murdock; William Wilson; William Smith; Hugh Thompson; Alexander Thomson; David Henderson; William Rutherford; James Aitchison; and Robert Hogarth C78/2155, no. 20 [6]
1852 29 Jan George Basham the assignee of the estate and effects of Christopher Hunt Broughton appointed by the court for the relief of insolvent debtors in England v. Thomas Hopkins; Benjamin Parker; William Nizer; and Harbert Harris Cannan C78/2155, no. 21 [7]
1852 9 Feb maria Staunton by Alexander Henry Halliday her next friend v. Robert Francis Gordon and John Quin; Alexander John Kirby; and George Parkham Hiscocks Exemplification of an order from the Chancery of Ireland C78/2144, no. 8 [8]
1852 9 Feb James William Bayley Money v. William Prue Jorden & Louisa his wife and George Money and also ___ Gougis and Crony Chanel when they come within the jurisdiction C78/2145, no. 9 [9]
1852 11 Feb Jane Bunbury v. Hugh Mills Bunbury her husband of the parish of Blackawton, county Devon Exemplication of an order from the consistory court of Exeter concerning divorce by reason of cruelty and adultery C78/2144, no. 9 [10]
1852 12 Feb Joseph La Mert v. The Honorable Leicester Stanhope when he come within the jurisdiction; John Thomas Croft when he come within the jurisdiction; ; David Ainsworth; Samuel Barton; Hugh Beaver; John Burgess; James Farish; James Hilton Ford; Henry Hanmer; Fraser Bradshaw Henshaw; Sir John Richard Hilton when he come within the jurisdiction; Josephus Harvey Higson; George Hutchinson when he come within the jurisdiction; Daniel Turton Johnson; John Joseph Keen when he come withint he jurisdiction; William King; George Peter Livius; John Carter; Edward Knight; Benjamin Oliveira; James Orrell; Henry Andrew Thomas WIgson; James Ogden; Sir George William Prescott baronet when he come within the jurisdiction; David Price; James Walter; Charles James; Stanley Walker; Henry Philipps; John Griffith Frish; and Hennington Lewis C78/2144, no. 10 [11]
1852 13 Feb George Lomax Davis Bush and Anne Elizabeth Bush infants by Nicholas Webber Jones their next friend on behalf of themselves and all other legatees in the last will and testament of James Lomax deceased v. Ann Theodosia Windey otherwise Lomax C78/2155, no. 22 [12]
1852 20 Feb Major Charles Harrison Staniland person of unsound mind by Matthew Hewitt the committee of his person and estate and the said Matthew Hewitt v. William Willott C78/2144, no. 13 [13]
1852 23 Feb Mary Granger; Luke Head; and William Coldicott v. Frederick Reeves C78/2144, no. 11 [14]
1852 26 Feb Thomas Weld Blundell v. John Gladstone; Thomas Stonor (then the Right Honorable Thomas Lord Camoys); Elizabeth Tempest; Edward Joseph Weld; Joseph Weld the younger; Charles Weld the younger; Charles Weld; William Weld; Frederick Weld; and Emund Weld infants by Humphrey Weld their guardian; Henry Thomas Weld; and Francis Joseph Weld an infant by James Weld his father and guardian; Philip George Weld an infant by James Weld his father and guardian; John Weld; George Weld the younger; Arthur Thomas Weld; and Walter Weld infants by George Weld their father and guardian; William Hourton; John Hourton; and Marmaduke Hourton an infant by William Lord Hourton his father and guardian; John Vaughan; Herbert Alfred Thomas Vaughan an infant by John Vaughan his guardian; William Hall; James Mason; Charles Henry Stonor deceased; Thomas Walsh; nathan Lovelady; Robert Lovelady; James Kaye; George Kaye; Richard Blanchard; Charles Rumner; John Bushell; Thomas Coxhead; John Bullen; John Stock; Martha Rushton; Thomas Sutton; Richard Tiper; and Thomas Dickenson C78/2148, no. 12 [15]
1852 26 Feb 15 John William Spencer Brownlow Egerton (heretofore John William Spencer Brownlow Home Cust) an infant by the Honorable Peregrine Francis Cust v. John, earl Brownlow; and Edward James, earl of Powis; Marianne Margaret Egerton; Charles Henry Egerton; Ernest Richard Charles Cust; Wilbraham Egerton the elder; William Tatton Egerton; and Wilbraham Egerton the younger (called therein Wilbraham Egerton son of the said William Tatton Egerton) C79/341, no. 16 [16]
1852 5 March Sir Thomas Reynell baronet v. Richard Samuel Mare Sprye & Henrietta Digby his wife; John Yonge; and Charles Wilson; AND cross-suit C78/2145, no. 8 [17]
1852 6 March Charles William Tyndale and Thomas George Harriott C78/2155, no. 23 [18]
1852 22 March Philip Barker Webb v. The Direct London and Portsmouth Railway Company C78/2146, no. 5 [19]
1852 1 April James Duberly v. George Game Day; James Cropley; Mary Cropley; James Colborne; Mary Colborne; William Colborne; Jane Ellen Kolle; Charles Edward Kolle; Maria Golborne; James Golborne the younger; James Paine; David Paine; Charles Warner; and Henry Gale C78/2146, no. 1 [20]
1852 2 April James Duberly v. George Game Day; James Cropley; Mary Cropley; James Colborne; Mary Colborne; William Colborne; Jane Ellen Kolle; Charles Edward Kolle; Maria Golborne; James Golborne the younger; James Paine; David Paine; Charles Warner; and Henry Gale C78/2146, no. 2 [21]
1852 2 April John Dickinson and Charles Longman v. The Company of Proprietors of the Grand Junction Canal and Bryan Padgett Gregson C78/, no. [22]
1852 16 April Henry Hoghton v. Sir Henry Bold Hoghton baronet; Charles Hoghton; Richard Hoghton; John Ireland Blackburne (called Blackburn); Dora Hoghton; Robert Townley Parker; John Wilson Patten; and Robert Mosely Master C78/2145, no. 14 [23]
1852 20 April Richard Shortridge v. Henry Bosanquet the Public Officer of the London and Westminster Banking Company and Joseph Mather the Public Officer of the Newcastle Shields and Sunderland Union Joint Stock Banking Company C78/2145, no. 3 [24]
1852 27 April Charles Thomas Warde v. John Shaw Leigh C78/2145, no. 12 [25]
1852 27 April Attorney General at the relation of John Hughes v. The Ministers and poor men of the Hospital of Queen Elizabeth in Donnington in times past begun to be founded by Richard Add Arbery knight and perfected by Charles Howard, earl of Nottingham and Thomas Nalder and Winchcombe Henry Howard Hartley and His Grace the Right Reverend the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury C78/2152, no. 8 [26]
1852 1 May Cornelius Bourne and Reverend Joseph Rowley In the matter of the Act of 52 George III to provide a summary remedy in cases of abuses of trusts created for charitable purposes and of the Trustees Act of 1850 relating to the Carter School C78/2155, no. 24 [27]
1852 6 May Thomas Coomer & Elizabeth his wife; Emanuel Newcomb & Jane his wife; and Margaret the wife of Thomas Trott by the said Thomas Coomer her next friend v. Joseph Warner Bromley; William Bromley when he come into the jurisdiction; and Thomas Trott C78/2156, no. 2 [28]
1852 29 May James William Bayley Money v. William Prue Jorden & Louisa his wife and George Money and also ___ Gougis and Croney Chanel when they come into the jurisdiction C78/2145, no. 10 [29]
1852 1 June Mr Rolt; Mr Bacon; and Mr Prior of counsel for the Official Manager of the Saint George Steam Packet Company In the matter of the Joint Stock Companies Winding Up Acts of 1848 and 1849 relating to the St George Steam Packet Company C78/2145, no. 4 [30]
1852 4 June John Bates one of the Registered Public Officers of the Joint Stock Company or Copartnership called The West of England and South Wales District Bank v. Henry Brougham; William Hillcoat; The Lord Archbishop of Canterbury; The Lord Archbishop of York; Alexander Gordon; William Gordon; Francis Ferdinando Deyes; Richard Deyes; Richard Day Squire; John Terrett; William John Church; Francis Smedley; John Rogers; and Charles Nathaniel Cumberlege C78/2148, no. 1 [31]
1852 10 June William Soltan v. The Reverend Frederick de Hold C78/2145, no. 5 [32]
1852 11 June Samuel Ellis Bristowe v. Francis Henry William Needham and John Freemantle C78/2157, no. 3 [33]
1852 26 June William Maule Webster v. George Webster and Donald Lindray C78/2145, no. 6 [34]
1852 29 June John Smith v. Amelia Compton widow; Ann Compton (called Anne Compton spinster); Amelia Compton spinster; Matilda Compton spinster; Eliza Jane Compton spinster; William John Compton; and Thomas Bruin C78/2145, no. 15 [35]
1852 13 July Harriet Waters the wife of James Denew Water by Shephard Thomas Taylor her next friend v. Elizabeth Wood widow and the said James Denew Water and Henry Taylor C78/2146, no. 3 [36]
1852 17 July Barbara Mackenzie (since deceased; petition exhibited by George Frederick Coward and Herbert Harris Cannan) v. Roderick Mackenzie; Geddes Mackenzie; Simpson Alexander Kenneth Mackenzie; Joseph Blunt; James Martin; and Richard Roy C78/2145, no. 11 [37]
1852 17 July Caroline Maria Cave (the wife of Thomas Saunders Cave esq) by Harry Goldney her next friend v. Thomas Saunders Cave; William Brodum Dickinson; Elizabeth Lindley Bowen; Daniel Cloves; and Caroline Elizabeth Cave; Richard Thomas Wood Cave; Gladwin Cloves Cave; Jordayne Wyamarus Cave; and Henry Goldney Cave (children of the said Thomas Saunders Cave and Caroline Maria his wife) C78/2149, no. 5 [38]
1852 21 July Susannah Percival widow v. Sarah Caney; Stephen James Bridges Stanton; George Verrall; and Robert Page C78/2145, no. 13 [39]
1852 22 July Mary Alcock wife of Ralph Henry Alcock by William Forest Malcolm her next friend v. Ralph Henry Alcock and Peter Matthew C78/2145, no. 19 [40]
1852 28 July Attorney General at the relation of the Reverend John Hudall (?) cleric and of the Reverend John White and others v. Crediton C78/2148, no. 7 [41]
1852 31 July Sophia Forbes v. William Nathaniel Forbes and Gordon Forbes C78/2147, no. 16 [42]
1852 2 Aug Elizabeth Palmer v. James Goren; William Palmer; James Shipman; Maria Roberts; and William Warrington Palmer an infant by said William Palmer his guardian C78/2145, no. 7 [43]
1852 2 Aug Henry Pringle Bruyeres v. Sir George Stephen knight; John Henry Teetor Binyeres; and also the Reverend Christopher Daniel Palmer Robinson & Annie Jessie his wife; Annie Louisa Robinson spinster; Mary Caroline Robinson spinster; Charles Teetor Robinson; Henry Daniel Robinson; and George Mark Robinson when they come into the jurisdiction; and also Sophia Saurie Symes; Richard Saurie Symes; Caroline Mary Bruyeres; Richard Symes & Charlotte Frances his wife; Edmond Sheppard Symes; Miles Charles Seton; Samuel Gurney; Sir Moses Montifiore; and Baron Lionel Nathan de Rothschild C78/2156, no. 1 [44]
1852 3 Aug Alexander Mangin v. Warren George Mangin; Thomas Bygrave; Henry Denton Kenben; Alexander Mangin; and The Reverend Edward Nangreave Mangin (called Edward Mangin) C78/2149, no. 2 [45]
1852 4 Aug Charles Hood Chicheley Plowden v. James Chicheley Hyde; Thomas Dyneley; Charles Dyneley; John Coverdale; Daniel James Lee; Charles Saint Barbe; Augustus James Brine; Edward Horatio Moore; Francis Morgan; Edward Bridger; James Chicheley Plowden & Elizabeth his wife; Louisa Haden [Haydon] Chicheley Chapeau; Ann Maria Smith; Thomas Prothero; Thomas Phillips; John Read Munn; Elizabeth Ellen Koe; John Jefferson; and John Herbert Koe; and also James Chicheley Plowden the younger when he come within the jurisdiction. C78/2156, no. 15 [46]
1852 3 Nov Robert Brown v. Charles Gordon; Henry Lake Hirtzell; James Basleigh; and William Rogers; and Nicholas Ford; and Harry Buckland Lott when within the jurisdiction; and Christopher Samuel Flood; and Herman James Lott C78/2146, no. 10 [47]
1852 6 Nov Elizabeth Crouch widow v. Charles Hooper & Maria Catherine his wife; and Bonamy Dobree and John Lane and Richard Michael Jone (out of the jurisdiction); Thomas Steele & Mary Ann his wife; Nicholas Cox; Henry Cox; Charles Crouch; Marray Cox; Ellen Cox; Amelia Jane Elizabeth Cox; Wiltshire Cox; Emily Walcot Lynch; Samuel South Lynch (since deceased); John Cox Lynch; Sydney Somerford Lynch; William Wiltshire Lynch; Colmer Lynch; Catherine Lynch; Elizabeth Williams Tinfold widow (out of the jurisdiction); Martha Pierce widow (since deceased); George Willecom; Francis Cook; James Miller; William Smith Cox (out of the jurisdiction); John Crouch; Maria Crouch widow;Thomas Millward & Elizabeth his wife (since dismissed); James Roberts & Ann his wife (since dismissed); William Elsley; William Bayman & Mary his wife (since dismissed); James Dyer; William Tagg & Jane Williams widow C78/2145, no. 18 [48]
1852 7 Nov Thomas Briggs v. Sarah Penny C78/2144, no. 12 [49]
1852 12 Nov Fiske Goodar Fiske Harrison v. Charles Gray Round; James Thomas Round clerk; Thomas Thomas Harrison clerk & Ann his wife; John Ruggles Brise; William Tooke; Thomas Haynes Harrison; Anne Harrison; John Fiske Harrison; William Thomas Harrison; Mary Harrison; Nicholas Tomlinson; John William Egerton Green; and Henry Bishop C78/2146, no. 9 [50]
1852 12 Nov Henry Petre v. Laura Maria Petre (called Laura Maria Stafford Petre) C78/2150, no. 15 [51]
1852 15 Nov James Maclaren and Henry Dawson v. Henry Tibbats Stainton; Sarah Anne Stainton; Charlotte Stainton; Caroline Mary Stainton; James Joseph Stainton; Samuel Stainton Brown; Elizabeth Stainton Brown; Henry Stainton Brown; Billy Maclaren; James Joseph Maclaren; Ambrose Maclaren; Ann Clark; William Hogarth i& Charlotte his wife; Elizabeth Clark and Dinah Mitchell widow; and William Dawson; Dinah Dawson; Ann Dawson the younger; and William Dawson the younger; John Dawson; Thomas Dawson; and Ann Dawson; Thomas Hopkins Herbertson & Mary his wife; and William Clark when in come in the jurisdiction C78/2145, no. 20 [52]
1852 15 Nov Henry Hawkes v. The Eastern Counties Railway Company C78/2147, no. 8 [53]
1852 17 Nov Benjamin Tompsett & Maria Ann Stone on behalf of themselves and all other creditors of Samuel Wickens late of Rotherfield, Sussex, gentleman deceased who should seek relief and contributed to the expenses of the suit v. George Wickens the elder; Robert Gream; Henry Noakes; Donald Barclay; Charles Wickens; George Wickens the younger; and Harriett (called Harriet) Wickens spinster; Georgiana Wickens spinster; Samuel Wickens; Frederick Nimrod Wickens; Alexander Wickens; Julia Nancy Wickens (called Julia Wickens spinster); Walter William Wickens (called Walter Wickens); Humphrey Moon and Harriett (called Harriet) his wife; and Harriett (called Harriet) Moon spinster; Sarah Elizabeth Moon spinster; Jane Trill Moon spinster; Susanna Wickens widow; Oliver Thomas Rose & Sarah his wife; Oliver Arnold Rose; Thomas Wickens the father; and Sarah Maria Wickens spinster; Mary Fell Wickens spinster; Philip Wickens; Thomas Wickens the son; Frank William Wickens; Ann Carey Wickens, Vallance Wickens; Esther Wickens spinster; Trayton Luck Wickens; Robert Colgate; and John Baker Baker C78/2146, no. 17 [54]
1852 20 Nov Henry Hawkes v. The Eastern Counties Railway Company C78/2147, no. 9 [55]
1852 1 Dec James Maclaren and henry Dawson v. Henry Tebbuts Stainton; Sarah Anne Stainton; Charlotte Stainton; Croline Mary Stainton; James Joseph Stainton an infant by Reginald Appach his guardian; Samuel Stainton Brown; Elizabeth Stainton Brown; Henry Stainton Brown infants by Samuel William Brtown their guardian; James Joseph Maclaren and Ambrose Maclaren infants by Francis Hobson Appach their guardian; Betty Maclaren; Ann Clark; William Hogarth & Charlotte his wife; Elizabeth Clark; and Dinah Mitchell widow; and William Dawson; Dinah Margaret (in the bill called Dinah) Dawson; Ann Dawson the younger; William Dawson the younger; John Dawson; Thomas Dawson; and Ann Dawson; Thomas Hopkirk (called Hopkins) Herbertson & Mary his wife; and William Clark when he come within the jurisdiction C78/2146, no. 6 [56]
1852 2 Dec Benjamin Tompsett and maria Ann Stone on behalf of themselves and all other creditors of Samuel Wickens late of Rotherfield, Sussex gentleman deceased who should come in and contribute to the expenses of their bill of complaint and the suit v. George Wickens the elder; Robert Gream; Henry Noakes; Donald Barclay; Charles Wickens; George Wickens the younger; and Harriett Wickens spinster; Georgiana Wickens spinster; Samuel Wickens; Frederick Nimrod Wickens; Alexander Wickens; Julia Nancy Wickens spinster; Walter William Wickens; Humphrey Moon & Harriett his wife; and Harriett Moon spinster; Sarah Elizabeth Moon spinster; Jane Full Moon spinster; Susanna Wickens widow; Oliver Thomas Rose & Sarah his wife; Oliver Arnold Rose; Thomas Wickens the father and Sarah Maria Wickens spinster; Mary Tell Wickens spinster; Philip Wickens; Thomas Wickens; Esther Wickens spinster; Trayton Luck Wickens; Robert Colgate; and John Baker Baker C78/2146, no. 4 [57]
1852 2 Dec Thomas Rickman Harman and Thomas Rickman Harman the younger, creditors of John Richards the elder late of Reading, Berks, gentleman deceased on behalf of themselves and all other creditors of the said John Richards the elder who seek relief and contribute to the expenses of the suit v. Harriet Richards; Thomas Rogers; and John Hooper; John Richards & Fanny Richards his wife; and Harriet Fanny Richards; Elizabeth Mary Richards (called Elizabeth May Richards); Walter John Brown Richards (called Walter John Bruce Richards); Charlotte Augusta Richards; Frederick William Richards; Amelia Jane Richards; and Edward Harrinson Richards C78/2151, no. 7 [58]
1852 13 Dec Patrick Phelan Benan; Thomas Barnes; Patrick Kiely; Elizabeth Wall; and Alexander Denny; and Archibald Denny v. Edmund Preston and Caleb David Watson C78/2153, no. 14 [59]
1852 18 Dec Edward Sellis In the matter of an Act of Parliament of 11 Victoria entitled "An Act for better securing Trust Funds and for the relief of Trustees" in relation to the trusts of the estate of Daniel barber of Moulton, Northt. C78/2147, no. 17 [60]
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