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17r Bucks 1674, June 2 Aldworth, Richard, esq, one of the auditors of the King's revenues in this court Warden, Fellows, and Scholars of New College, Oxford; Michael Woodward, doctor of divinity, warden of the said college; Thomas Heyborne; George Ketheridge; and William Ball Concerning tithes in the rectory of Wotton Underwood and a portion of tithes there called Longvile's portion. [1]
117v Salop 1675, May 18 Allenson, William, gentleman; and others (entered with Daniel Wicherley v. William Felton gentleman and others) Wicherley, Daniel, gentleman; and others An order as to hearing the cause. [2]
222v Salop 1676, Feb 14 Allenson, William; and others Wicherley, Daniel An order as to a trial at law [3]
185r Salop 1675, Oct 28 Allenson, William; and others (and cross bill) Wicherley, Daniel, gentleman; and others An order as to hearing the causes. [4]
194v Salop 1675, Dec 3 Allenson, William; William Felton; William Menlove; and others (and cross bill) Wicherley, Daniel, gentleman; and others Concerning fines and customs in the manor of Wem. An order as to a trial at law. [5]
126v Salop 1675, May 20 Allenson, William; William Felton; William Menlove; and others (and cross bill) Wicherley, Daniel, gentleman; and others Concerning fines and customs in the manor of Wem. An order as to a trial at law. [6]
340v Salop 1676, Nov 23 Allenson, William; William Menlove; Lewis Beavan; and others Wicherley, Daniel Concerning customs and fines in the manor of Wem. [7]
353v Lincs 1677, Feb 19 Asfordby, Charles Newcomen, Christopher Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Mablethorpe cum Staine. [8]
373r Lincs 1677, May 3 Asfordby, Charles Newcomen, Christopher, gentleman Concerning certain tithes in Mablethorpe [9]
193v Glouc 1675, Nov 22 Astrey, Samuel, gentleman Browneing, John, esq, son and heir of John Browning esq deceased; and Samuel Browning, gentleman, devisee of the said John Browning deceased. Bill of revivor. Concerning an agreement for purchase of the manor of Awst. [10]
92v Devon 1675, Feb 11 Atkey, Phillip, gentleman, occupier of Clapery Mills and Brensidge Mills; John Treble, occupier of Hatch Mills; and John Saige, occupier of Wampford Mills (entered with Stevens v. Treble) Stevens, Henry, gentleman; and others Concerning grinding of corn by the inhabitants of South Molton at Molle Mills. [11]
128v Devon 1675, May 18 Atkey, Phillip, gentleman, occupier of Clapery Mills and Brensidge Mills; John Treble, occupier of Hatch Mills; and John Saige, occupier of Wampford Mills (entered with Stevens v. Treble) Stevens, Henry, gentleman; and others Concerning grinding of corn by the inhabitants of South Molton at Molle Mills. [12]
279r London 1676, May 9 Atkyns, Thomas, esq, sole executor of Dame Anabella Atkins widow, deceased Busbye, Robert Concerning a mortgage of certain messuages in the prish of St Brides alias St Bridgetts alias Bridgett, London [13]
294r London 1676, June 1 Attorney General Beckford, Major Thomas An order as to a certificate of auditors [14]
294v London 1676, June 8 Attorney General Beckford, Major Thomas An order as to the defendant standing sine die. [15]
324v London 1676, Nov 20 Attorney General Beckford, Major Thomas An order as to hearing the cause etc. [16]
325v London 1676, Nov 23 Attorney General Beckford, Major Thomas An order as to hearing the cause etc. [17]
326r London 1676, Nov 29 Attorney General Beckford, Major Thomas An order as to further reference to auditors [18]
351r London 1677, Feb 1 Attorney General Beckford, Major Thomas An order as to hearing the cause [19]
196v London 1675, Dec 7 Attorney General Beckford, Thomas An order as to continuing the cause [20]
222r London 1676, Jan 27 Attorney General Beckford, Thomas Concerning certain money alleged to have been fraudulently obtained by the defendant as slopseller to the King's Navy. [21]
295v London 1676, June 15 Attorney General Beckford, Thomas An order as to reference to auditors [22]
302r London 1676, June 23 Attorney General Beckford, Thomas Vacated. [23]
354r London 1677, Feb 5 Attorney General Beckford, Thomas Concerning alleged fraud between the defendant and the purser of the ship called the St George [24]
307v Glouc 1676, June 29 Attorney General Chester, Thomas, esq; and others An order as to a case to be stated. [25]
173r Corn 1675, June 14 Attorney General Dodge, Henry Concerning Double Boys Wood within the manor of Liskard in the Duchy of Cornwall. An order for a trial at law. [26]
269v Corn 1676, May 1 Attorney General Dodge, Henry Concerning Double Boys Wood within the manor of Liskard in the Duchy of Cornwall. [27]
327r Corn 1676, Nov 27 Attorney General Dodge, Henry Concerning Double Boys Wood [28]
352v Corn 1677, Jan 29 Attorney General Dodge, Henry Concerning Double Boyes Wood in the manor of Liskard within the Duchy of Cornwall. [29]
373r Lincs 1677, May 14 Attorney General Farmer, Sir Edward, knight The court makes no order. The attorney general to proceed as he shall think fit. [30]
257r Lincs 1676, Apr 17 Attorney General Farmer, Sir Edward, knight; and others An order as to hearing the cause, etc. [31]
260v Lincs 1676, May 10 Attorney General Farmer, Sir Edward, knight; and others An order as to hearing both sides upon a case. [32]
351r Lincs 1677, Jan 29 Attorney General Farmer, Sir Edward, knight; and others An order as to an information of intrusion etc. [33]
230r Lincs 1676, Feb 18 Attorney General Farmer, Sir Edward, knight; and Thomas Farmer, esq An order as to a case and as to hearing the cause. [34]
223r Lincs 1676, Feb 3 Attorney General Farmer, Sir Edward, knight; and Thomas Farmer, esq Concerning divers marshlands lately recovered from the sea and embanked in or near Holbech. [35]
69v Middx 1674, Nov 19 Attorney General Gower, Richard Concerning the keeping in repair of the Great Stone Gatehouse in or near the New Palace in Westminster according to a covenant. [36]
125v Oxon 1675, May 3 Attorney General Morrell, William; and Henry Mallory Concerning a mortgage of certain messuages in the parishes of All Saints or All Hallowes and St Michaels in Oxford lately belonging to the defendant Mallory an outlaw. [37]
278r Oxon 1676, May 1 Attorney General Morrell, William; and Henry Mallory Concerning two messuages and one malthouse in Oxfordshire seized into the King's hands on the outlawry of the defendant Mallory. [38]
198v Herefs 1675, Nov 30 Attorney General Sheppard, William; James Lloyd; and Robert Dring An order as to hearing the cause etc. [39]
20br London 1674, June 25 Attorney General Wadlowe, John; William Hargrave; John Henderson; and others An order for a trial at law as to whether certain money was paid into the Exchequer [40]
263r London 1676, Apr 20 Attorney General Whitchcott, Sir Jeremy, knight and baronet; William Duckenfield, esq; and others Concerning the estate of William Oakes, esq, late Warden of the Fleet in the hand of the defendants liable to the payment of a debt due to the King from the said Oakes late receiver of Hearth Money in Kent. An order as to a trial at law. [41]
332v London 1676, Nov 16 Attorney General Whitchcott, Sir Jeremy, knight and baronet; William Duckenfield, esq; and others Concerning the estate of William Oakes, esq, late warden of the Fleet in the hands of the defendants liable to the payment of a debt due to the King from the said Oakes late receiver of Hearth Money in Kent. [42]
333v London 1676, Nov 9 Attorney General Whitchcott, Sir Jeremy, knight and baronet; William Duckenfield, esq; and others Concerning the estate of William Oakes, esq, late warden of the Fleet in the hands of the defendants liable to the payment of a debt due to the King from the said Oakes late receiver of Hearth Money in Kent. [43]
27r London 1674, June 25 Attorney General (and cross suits involving also Dorothy Colvile, widow; and John Sayer) Wadlowe, John; William Hargrave; John Henderson; and others Concerning matters of account. [44]
47v England/London/ Middx 1674, Nov 16 Attorney General (and cross suits involving also Dorothy Colvile, widow; and John Sayer) Wadlowe, John; William Hargrave; John Henderson; and others Concerning matters of account. [45]
46r London 1674, Nov 9 Attorney General (and cross suits involving also Dorothy Colvile, widow; and John Sayer) Wadlowe, John; William Hargrave; John Henderson; and others An order as to continuing the causes and as to certificates of auditors [46]
87r England/London 1675, Feb 1 Attorney General (and cross suits involving also Dorothy Colvile, widow; and John Sayer) Wadlowe, John; William Hargrave; John Henderson; and others Concerning matters of account. [47]
96r England/London 1675, Feb 19 Attorney General (and cross suits involving also Dorothy Colvile, widow; and John Sayer) Wadlowe, John; William Hargrave; John Henderson; and others An order as to a case to be stated etc [48]
105v England/London 1675, Feb 25 Attorney General (and cross suits involving also Dorothy Colvile, widow; and John Sayer) Wadlowe, John; William Hargrave; John Henderson; and others Concerning matters of account arising out of certain loans to the Crown upon the security of the wine and spirit duties. [49]
372v Essex 1677, May 16 Attorney General (entered with Scras v. Bertie) Willingham, Susan An order as to hearing the causes. [50]
396r Essex 1677, June 18 Attorney General (entered with Scras v. Bertie) Willingham, Susan; and others Concerning 20 acres of meadow and 300 acres of woodland in Low Layton called Wallwood. [51]
373r Essex 1677, May 3 Attorney General (entered with Scras v. Bertie) Willingham, Susan; and others An order as to hearing the causes. [52]
381r 1677, May 3 Attorney General (Sir Francis North, knight) Beckford, Thomas, esq Concerning frauds alleged to have been committed by the defendant in the supply of clothing for the Navy. Dismissal of the defendant. [53]
151r Bucks 1675, June 30 Attorney General (Sir Francis North, knight) Weedon, Thomas; William Bignall; Sir James Smith; and others Concerning divers lands etc.. Seized into the King's hands for the debt of Thomas Weedon, the defendant Weedon's father, which lands etc were situate at Chesham and Weedon Hill [54]
327v Bristol City 1676, Nov 29 Attorney General (Sir Francis North, knight) on behalf of William Wallter then esq not knight Mayor, Burgesses, and Commonalty of Bristol; Sir Robert Cann, knight; John Jones; William Colston; William Browne; Anthony Gay; and Christopher Griffith Concerning prisage of wines imported into Bristol. [55]
102r Herefs 1675, Feb 1 Attorney General (Sir Heneage Finch, knight and baronet) Sheppard, William; James Lloyd; and ___ Dring Concerning divers lands etc in Kington lately belonging to the defendant Sheppard an outlaw [56]
259v 1676, Apr 27 Attorney General (Sir William Jones, knight) Hooke, Eleazar; William Francklyn; and Daniel Neale Concerning certain sums of money due from the defendants to William George a partner with George Raleigh, John Seymour, and Mathew Coppinger deceased in the farm of excise of the city of Bristol from 24 June 1668 to 29 Sept. 1665. [57]
338r Wilts 1676, Dec 5 Attorney General (Sir William Jones, knight) on behalf of the King and of the militia of Wiltshire Levett, William, of Swindon, esq; George Crooke, esq; Alexander Thistlethwaite, esq; George Johnson, esq; and Albertus Oldfield, esq Concerning certain money received for the use of the King and of the militia of Wiltshire. [58]
304v Wilts 1676, June 23 Attorney General (Sir William Jones, knight) on behalf of the King and of the militia of Wiltshire Levett, William, of Swindon, esq; George Crooke, esq; Alexander Thistlethwaite, esq; George Johnson, esq; and Albertus Oldfield, esq Concerning certain money received for the use of the King and of the militia of Wiltshire. [59]
302r Kent 1676, June 23 Attorney General at and by the relation of Sir William Paul, knight Bloffield, John; and Thomas Bloffield Concerning the prisage of certain wines imported into Dover. [60]
192r Kent 1675, Nov 11 Attorney General at and by the relation of Sir William Waller late esq not knight and Sir William Paule knight, lessees and assignees of the prisage of wines within the port of Dover Bloffield, John; and Thomas Bloffield Concerning prisage of certain wines imported into Dover. An order for a trial at law. [61]
185v Lincs 1675, Nov 15 Attorney General at and by the relation of the Mayor and Burgesses of Boston Garwell, Bartholomew, & Alice his wife An order as to a case to be made etc. [62]
359r Dorset 1677, Feb 13 Attorney General at the relation of John Street, gentleman Hurding, John, esq, & Ann his wife; William Collier, esq; William Wood; Andrew Bridle, Edward Bridle; Richard Harris; John Flambert; Richard Flambert; and the Master nad Brethern of St John the Baptist and St John the Evangelist in Sherborne. Concerning Hermitage Common in the manor of Fordington [63]
355v Surrey 1677, Feb 8 Attorney General at the relation of Sir Richard Mason, knight Templeman, Daniel Concerning certain lands etc in Whattingdon and Cullesden held of the manor of Cullesden alias Coulesden. An order as to a trial at law. [64]
421r Surrey 1677, June 21 Attorney General at the relation of Sir Richard Mason, knight Templeman, Daniel Concerning lands held of the manor of Cullesden alias Coulsden. An order for a trial at the bar of this court unless the cause be settled by arbitration. [65]
325v Bristol City 1676, Nov 16 Attorney General at the relation of Sir William Waller Mayor and Burgesses of Bristol An order as to hearing the cause. [66]
351r Bristol City 1677, Feb 13 Attorney General at the relation of Sir William Waller Mayor, Burgesses, and Commonalty of Bristol; Sir Robert Cann, knight; John Jones; William Colston; William Browne; Anthony Gay; and Christopher Griffith Concerning prisage of certain wines imported into Bristol [67]
230v Lincs 1676, Feb 7 Attorney General at the relation of the Mayor and Burgesses of Boston Garwell, Bartholomew, & Alice his wife An order as to continuing the cause [68]
32r Middx 1674, June 26 Attorney General by and at the relation of Raphael Fontino alias Supino; and others Wilson, Samuel; and Humfrey Blake Concerning certain merchandise belonging to the relators,which was seized as prize. An order for a trial at law. [69]
118r Lincs 1675, May 10 Attorney General by the relation of the Mayor and Burgesses of Boston Garwell, Bartholomew, & Alice his wife Concerning a wharf in Skirbecke quarter upon the bank of the haven leading from the sea to Boston erected and kept to the prejudice of the port and borough of Boston. [70]
174r London/Middx 1675, June 17 Attorney General on behalf of the King and of Dame Jane Hollis relict of Sir Fretchvill Hollis, knight, deceased and of Gervase Hollis, esq, father of the said Sir Fretchvill and others creditors of the said Sir Fretchvill Turner, Sir William, knight, administrator of the said Sir Fretchvill; Sir Robert Clayton, knight; John Morris, esq; and Richard CarterConcerning a debt due to the Crown for £1,500 imprested to Sir Fretchvill Hollis knight deceased for buying ship timber for the King's service, which debt the King had granted to Lady Hollis and the creditors of the said Sir Fretchvill. [71]
313v London/Middx 1676, June 15 Attorney General on behalf of the King and of Dame Jane Hollis relict of Sir Fretchvill Hollis, knight, deceased and of Gervase Hollis, esq, father of the said Sir Fretchvill and others creditors of the said Sir Fretchvill Turner, Sir William, knight, administrator of the said Sir Fretchvill; Sir Robert Clayton, knight; John Morris, esq; and Richard Carter Concerning a debt due to the Crown for £or of the said Sir Fretchvill; Sir Robert Clayton, knight; John Morris, esq; and Richard Carter [72]
274r Lincs 1676, Apr 17 Attorney General, late (Sir Heneage Finch, knight and baronet) at the relation of the Mayor and Burgesses of Boston Garwell, Bartholomew, & Alice his wife Concerning a wharf in Skirbecke quarter upon the bank of the haven leading from the sea to Boston erected and kept to the prejudice of the port and borough of Boston. Dismissal of the defendants. [73]
415r Kent 1677, July 10 Austen, Richard, farmer of the rectory of Godmersham Johncock, Edmond Concerning tithes in Godmersham. An order for a trial at law. [74]
21bv Yorks 1674, July 6 Baine, Christopher, the elder Aiscough, Sir William, knight; John Gillman; Thomas Water; and others An order as to payment of the values of certain tithes. [75]
26v Yorks 1674, July 16 Baine, Christopher, the elder Aiscough, Sir William, knight; John Gillman; Thomas Water; Robert Browne; and Richard Yates Concerning certain tithes within the grange or farm of Osgodby [76]
375r London 1677, May 10 Balderoe, Edward, merchant Hayes, Judith, administratrix of George Hayes, deceased; and Humfrey Lewis Concerning certain transactions between the plaintiff and George Hayes deceased, whom the plaintiff being bankrupt entrusted to get in his estate. Certain lands in Fordham were involved. [77]
176v Norf 1675, June 30 Bale, Gifford Lambert, John Concerning a judgment obtained in the court of Common Pleas upon a bill [78]
216v Berks 1675, Nov 11 Bale, Gifford, gentleman Atley, Thomas; and others Concerning tithes in Bray, Berks. [79]
397v Kent 1677, July 10 Banckes, Henry, doctor in divinity, rector of Midley Deedes, Julius Concerning certain tithes in Midley. An order for a trial at law. [80]
223v Derbs 1676, Feb 10 Bancrofte, Henry, son and administrator of Henry Bancrofte deceased who was brother and administrator of John Bancrofte likewise deceased Bancrofte, William; Elizabeth Sydebotham; Henry Beeley, & ___ his wife; Thomas Bancrofte, brothers and sisters of the said Henry Bancrofte and John Bancrofte deceased; and George Echells Concerning the estate of John Bancrofte deceased and as to a mortgage of certain lands in Heaton Norrice. [81]
75r London 1674, Nov 26 Beach, Thomas Parker, John, & Elizabeth his wife, among others Concerning 15 messuages in the parish of St Sepulchre, London [82]
406v 1677, July 10 Beadnall, George Watson, John Concerning wayleave and staithleave in, on, and through certain land in the fields of Whickham, Durham, part of the late dissolved monastery of Brenckbourne. An order for a trial at law. [83]
372v Beds 1677, May 10 Beecher, Sir William, knight; and others Rolte, Dame Ann, widow An order as to continuing the cause and as to costs [84]
417v Beds 1677, June 21 Beecher, Sir William, knight; and William Boteler, esq, executors of Richard Taylor, esq, deceased Rolte, Dame Ann, widow Concerning certain tithes in Clapham. Dismissal of the defendant. [85]
332r Lincs 1676, Nov 27 Benson, Christopher, farmer of the prebend of North Kelsey Harpham, Phillip; John Hall; Mathew Cooke; and others Concerning certain tithes in North Kelsey [86]
363r Lincs 1677, Feb 20 Benson, Christopher, farmer of the prebend of North Kelsey Harpham, Phillip; John Hall; Mathew Cooke; and others Concerning certain tithes in North Kelsey [87]
121v Ches 1675, Apr 29 Bickerton, Arthur, gentleman Bickerton, Elizabeth, widow; and Elizabeth Bickerton, an infant. Concerning a messuage and land in Harshall, Marbury, and Newhall. An order for a trial at law. [88]
410v Ches 1677, June 28 Bickerton, George, gentleman Bickerton, Elizabeth, widow; and Elizabeth Bickerton, an infant. Concerning a messuage and land in Harshall, Marbury, and Newhall. An order for a trial at law. [89]
2r England/London 1674, May 18 Blackett, Sir William, knight; and others (and cross bill) Strickland, Sir Thomas, knight An order as to hearing the causes. [90]
196v London 1675, Dec 7 Blake, George; George Robinson, merchants, surviving executors of Dame Elizabeth Noel, widow, the relict of Sir Martin Noel, knight, deceased Player, Sir Thomas, knight, chamberlain of the City of London; Nathaniel Noel; Theodorus Noel; Grace Noel; and Elizabeth Noel, infants and younger children of the said Sir Martin and Dame Elizabeth by George Jefferys , esq, common serjeant of the City of Concerning the estate of Dame Elizabeth Noel [91]
136v Bucks 1675, Apr 29 Blicke alias Pettypace, Samuel; Thomas Bristowe; John Wade; and others, copyholders of the manor of Princes Risborough Adeane, Thomas, esq; and William Abraham, gentleman, his guardian Concerning fines and customs in the manor of Princes Risborough [92]
197v Norf 1675, Nov 11 Bolt, John; and Israel Jackson, lessees and assignees of the prisage of wines within the port of Yarmouth Bloffield, John; Thomas Bloffield; Richard Huntington; and George Mallowes Concerning prisage of certain wines alleged to have been imported into Yarmouth. Dismissal of the defendants. [93]
268v Lincs 1676, Apr 24 Bonson, Christopher, farmer of the prebend of North Kelsey Harpham, Phillip; John Hall; Mathew Cooke; and others Concerning certain tithes in North Kelsey [94]
336v Worcs 1676, Nov 29 Booth, Richard, esq, of London Hollington, William, clerk, doctor of laws Concerning a customary payment in lieu of tithes for a farm called Alvechurch Park. [95]
96v Glouc 1675, Feb 13 Boteler, Edward, esq Henry, marquis of Worcester Concerning the manors of Great and Little Badmonton with the appurtenances, Allens Grove, the Shrubbs, and other lands and tenements. Dismissal of the defendant. [96]
339v Suff 1676, Dec 5 Bowcer, Isaac; and Francis Goodrich Goddard, Thomas, esq; George Clayton; and John Eastgate Concerning a matter of account arising out of the collection of Heath Money within the hundreds of Samford Babergh and Cosford, Suffolk [97]
296v Suff 1676, June 15 Bowcer, Isaac; and Francis Goodrich Goddard, Thomas; George Clayton; and John Estgate Concerning a matter of account as to money collected for the duty of hearth money in the hundreds of of Samford, Babergh, and Cosford in Suffolk. An order for a trial at law as to whether certain sums of money were paid or not. [98]
327v Suff 1676, Dec 1 Bowcer, Isaac; and others Goddard, Thomas; and others An order as to continuing the cause etc. [99]
68r Staffs 1674, Nov 26 Brewster, John, esq, comptroller of the Pipe; William Gape, gentleman; and Anthony Lowe, gentleman Jarvis, William; Henry Heatrell; and Henry Wilson Concerning several mortgages and other encumbrances upon several lands and tenements called "The Great Micklow," "The Whittmoores," "Pryors Heath," "The Black Flatts," "The Four days Worke in Walton Field," "The Dyehouse Meadowe," etc. [100]
169r 1675, June 7 Brier, William Polden, William; and Henry Bestland Concerning a legacy from Mthew Derby of Dorchester, Dorset, gentleman, deceased, claimed by the plaintiff and alleged by him to be payable out of certain lands called Mainmartell, Brookeby, Hasleberry, and Charleton Tythes or out of the personal estate of teh said Derby now in the defendants' hands. [101]
59v Northt 1674, Nov 23 Brooke, Thomas, esq Almond, John An order as to a new trial at law. [102]
134r Northt 1675, May 10 Brooke, Thomas, esq Almond, John Concerning certain tithes in Great Oakeley [103]
99v Sussex 1675, Feb 19 Brounkier, Henry, esq William, lord viscount Brounkier; and Daniell Nicholls Concerning a mortgage of part of the manor of Weeke alias Rumble Weeke formerly parcel of the possessions of William Cawley the elder who was attainted of high treason. [104]
93r Glouc 1675, Feb 13 Browne, Richard, clerk Keyte, William; John Keyte; Richard Driver; and Richard Shermer Concerning the tithes of certain enclosed lands parcel of the Forest of Bradon allotted to the defendants and other inhabitants of Oaksey lying with in the parish of Minley [105]
105v Glouc 1675, Feb 25 Browne, Richard, clerk (and cross bill) Keyte, William; John Keyte; Richard Driver; and Richard Shermer Concerning the tithes of certain lands heretofore parcel of the Forest of Bradon allotted to the inhabitants of Oaksey on the enclosure of the said Forest, lying within the parish of Myntey. An order as to a trial at law. [106]
276v Som 1676, Apr 27 Buckland, John, esq; and John Bendish Hippesley, Edward; Thomas Wallis; John Dory; and Ann Hippesley, widow Concerning a certain payment called "loading money" for lead arriving within the manor of Chewton. [107]
401v Middx 1677, June 28 Butler, Daniel Progers, Edwards, esq; and others Concerning a hackney coach licence. [108]
2r Cambs 1674, May 14 Butler, Nevill, gentleman Westly, Samuel; Joseph Beaumont, doctor in divinity; and the Masters, Fellows, and Scholars of Peterhouse College in Cambridge Concerning the tithes of a piece of ground heretofore called Inglescrofte and now called the New Garden lying next Peterhouse Wall and in the fields and decimable places of Barnewell. An order as to a trial at law. [109]
52r Cambs 1674, Nov 26 Butler, Nevill, gentleman Westly, Samuel; Joseph Beaumont, doctor in divinity; and the Masters, Fellows, and Scholars of Peterhouse College in Cambridge Concerning the tithes of ground heretofore called Inglescrofte and now called the New Garden lying next Peterhouse Wall and in the fields and decimable places of Barnewell [110]
19br Bucks 1674, June 26 Carter, Henry Attorney General; John Lloyd, doctor of divinity; Dudley Rewse, esq; Bevis Lloyd, esq; Charles Bickerstaffe; and Hartgill Baron Concerning money raised by virtue of a sequestration out of the rectory of Hambledon for paying certain debts of the defendant Dr Lloyd. [111]
262r Bucks 1676, Apr 18 Carter, Henry Lloyd, John, doctor in divinity; Dudley Rewse, esq; The Attorney General; and others Concerning money raised by virtue of a sequestration out of the rectory of Hambledon for paying certain debts of the defendant Dr Lloyd. [112]
307v Lancs 1676, June 12 Casson, Thomas Walmesley, Nicholas Concerning matters of account. Dismissal of the defendant. [113]
135r Herefs 1675, May 18 Chapman, John, clerk Perrott, Sir Herbert, knight Concerning tithe of certain wood claimed by the plaintiff as lessee of the prebend and parsonage of Wellington. An order as to a trial at law. [114]
260v Herefs 1676, Apr 24 Chapman, John, clerk Perrott, Sir Herbert, knight An order as to a trial at law. [115]
231r Herefs 1676, Feb 18 Chapman, John, clerk Perrott, Sir Herbert, knight Concerning tithe of certain wood claimed by the plaintiff as lessee of the prebend and parsonage of Wellington. [116]
41v Sussex 1674, July 2 Chaworth, Dame Sophia, widow, relict and executrix of Sir Richard Chaworth, knight, deceased; Margaret Kilvert, widow; Jane Smith,widow and relict of Sir William Turner, knight, deceased; Brian Turner; and Frances Turner, infants by the said Dame Frances their guardian Marsh, Elizabeth, widow; and Henry Mallory, esq, surviving executors of Jane Duppa, deceased Concerning a sale of the manor of Montfield for satisfaction of certain debts and legacies. [117]
362r Yorks/Notts 1677, Feb 19 Clifton, Sir William, baronet, son and heir of Sir Clifford Clifton son and heir of Jervas Clifton an infant by Dame Frances Clifton his mother next friend and guardian; Barbara Leeke, widow; Richard Bingley; and others Graham, Robert; William James; Walter Elliott; and others Concerning certain tolls for cattle and merchandise sold or to be sold passing between four waters, to wit, the waters of Thornworth North, Frodeston in the West, and the waters of Idle on the East claimed to be payable to the lords of the manor of Blyth. An order for a trial at law. [118]
12v Yorks 1674, May 21 Coates, James; John Coates; Ralph Peacock; and others, customary tenants of the honor, lordship, or manor of Richmond in Yorkshire and Arkingarthdale and New Forest on behalf of themselves and the rest of the customary tenants of the said manor Brewster, Edward; William Rawlings; Sir Orlando Bridgman, knight and baronet; Sir Christopher Turnor, knight, one of the barons of this court; and Sir Phillipp Warwick, knight Concerning leases of the plaintiffs' customary tenements in the manor of Richmond in Yorkshire and Arkingarthdale and New Forest. [119]
405r London 1677, July 14 Coke, Robert, esq; William Gwavas, esq; and Elizabeth Cobb, widow Fountaine, Andrewe, esq An order as to examination of certain witnesses and writings [120]
10v Herefs 1674, May 25 Cole, Deborah, grandchild and executrix of Ann Bincks deceased Binks, Thomas; John Kidley; John Rawlings; and Christopher Cole Concerning a mortgage of a messuage called Painters House and lands etc. in Westhide. [121]
33r Sussex 1674, July 6 Conant, Malachy, clerk; and Samuel Turnor Greaves, Sir Edward, baronet Concerning tithes arising within the Forest of St Leonards claimed by the plaintiff Conant as rector of Beeding [122]
101r Sussex 1675, Feb 25 Conant, Malachy, clerk; and Samuel Turnor Greaves, Sir Edward, baronet Concerning tithes arising within the Forest of St Leonards claimed by the plaintiff Conant as rector of Beeding [123]
95r Yorks 1675, Feb 8 Conyers, Leonard, clerk Percehay, Christofer; Robert Rymar; George Hardwick; and others Concerning tithes in Kirby Misperton alias Kirby Overcar. [124]
69r Yorks 1674, Nov 26 Conyers, Leonard, clerk Smith, William; John Spavin; and Michael Spavin Concerning certain tithes in Kirby Misperton alias Kirby Overcarr. [125]
354v Norf 1677, Feb 17 Cooke, Robert, esq; William Gwavas; and others Fountaine, Andrewe, esq An order that the plaintiffs do deliver to the defendant or his solicitor a copy of a release made by John Coke, esq, deceased, to the plaintiff Gwavas. [126]
301v Yorks 1676, June 15 Copley, Edward, esq; John Greathead; and John Smith (and cross bill) Butterworth, Alexander, esq; and others An order as a commission to examine witnesses etc [127]
34r Suff 1674, July 16 Corker, John, & Margaret his wife; and Thomas Sandiford Pettus, Sir John, knight Concerning a mortgage of a messuage and lands in Cokely [128]
281r Som 1676, Apr 27 Coventry, Sir John, knight of the Bath George, bishop of Winchester; Thomas Patten; John Periam; and others Concerning a customary payment in lieu of tithes for 12 mills, parcel of the manor of Taunton. [129]
192v Som 1675, Nov 11 Coventry, Sir John, knight of the Bath Patten, Thomas; John Periam; William Periam; and others Concerning a customary payment in lieu of tithes for 12 mills, parcel of the manor of Taunton. [130]
385r Som 1677, May 30 Coward, Christofer, clerk Higdon, Henry Concerning certain tithes in Ditcheatt and as to a custom of tithing corn and grain there. [131]
238v Som 1676, Feb 18 Cox, Mary, administratrix of William Cox, gentleman; Henry Lloyd; Richard Gregson; and Thomas Hippesley, gentleman Livesay, William, gentleman, & Martha his wife; John Gore; and others Concerning tithes in the chapelry of Knoll in the parish of Bedminster. An order for a trial at law. [132]
351v Som 1677, Feb 5 Cox, Mary, administratrix of William Cox, gentleman; Henry Lloyd; Richard Gregson; and Thomas Hippesley, gentleman Livesay, William, gentleman, & Martha his wife; John Gore; and others An order for payment of the values of certain tithes. [133]
409r Som 1677, July 2 Cox, Mary, administratrix of William Cox, gentleman; Henry Lloyd; Richard Gregson; and Thomas Hippesley, gentleman Livesay, William, gentleman, & Martha his wife; John Gore; and others An order as to the values of certain tithes and as to continuing the cause. [134]
413v Som 1677, July 13 Cox, Mary, administratrix of William Cox, gentleman; Stephen Bath, gentleman; Henry Lloyd; Richard Gregson; and Thomas Hippesley, gentleman Livesey, William, & Martha his wife; John Gore; and others Concerning certain tithes within the dissolved chapelry of Knoll in the parish of Bodminster. [135]
225r Monmouth 1676, Feb 7 Croft, Richard, gentleman Thomas, James Concerning tithe of certain wood claimed by the plaintiff as farmer of the rectory of Comyoy alias St Martins in Comyoy. [136]
223r London/elsewhere 1676, Feb 10 Croke, Sir Robert, knight; and others Collett, Elizabeth, widow; and others An order as to hearing the cause etc. [137]
15r Kent 1674, May 21 Cumberland, Robert, clerk Chapman, Edward, gentleman; John Thatcher, gentleman; John Aims; Thomas Harrison; and Thomas Clement Concerning certain tithes in Molash claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Chilham with the chapel of Molash annexed. [138]
257r Rutland 1676, May 1 Dale, Katherine; and others (entered with Hunt v. Goodman) Halsall, Alexander; and others Concerning the redemption of the manor of Tixover and several messuages, lands, etc., in Toxover within the parish of Ketton [139]
306r Yorks 1676, June 8 Denzill, lord Holles; Conyers Lee; John Rowland; Robert Maynard; and Katherine Bosomworth Baines, Christopher, jr Concerning tithes of the house or site of the late dissolved monastery or abbey of Bella Landa alias Byland and of divers lands etc formerly parcel of the possessions of the said abbey, which tithes were payable to the rector of Kilborne. [140]
97r Surrey 1675, Feb 8 Dickenson, William, esq; Sir Robert Parkhurst, knight; Richardf Weston, esq; and others Mills, William; John Wheatley; John Radcliffe; and others Concerning several lands through which the River Wey is cut, that is to say, several copyhold lands in the manors of Sutton Seyne Byflett Oaking Ockham Purford and Oatlands or some of them and several freehold lands through which the said river passes. [141]
355r London 1677, Feb 19 Digby, John, gentleman Blaney, Robert, esq; Richard Lightfoote, esq Concerning a matter of account between the defendants as principal clerks attending the trustees for sale of the King's fee farm rents and the plaintiff as their underclerk. [142]
212v London 1675, Nov 18 Dighton, Elianor, widow and relict of Thomas Dighton, gentleman, deceased, and surviving executrix of Sir Joseph Wagstaffe, knight, deceased Woodiere, Rowland; William Challoner; Thomas Malyn; Richard Chandler; and Thomas Shakle. Concerning the right of transporting lampreys alive out of the Thames and elsewhere in England to Holland and Zeeland and other places in the United Provinces, and as to a home called the "Red Lyon" in Stratford upon Avon. [143]
294v Essex 1676, June 15 Dodd, Samuel, clerk Haddon, Henry; Ralph Ingleton; and Thomas Thompson An order as to hearing the cause, etc. [144]
375v Essex 1677, May 10 Dodd, Samuel, clerk, vicar of Chigwell Haddon, Henry; Ralph Engleton; and Thomas Thompson Concerning certain tithes in Chigwell [145]
307r Essex 1676, June 23 Dodd, Samuel, clerk, vicar of Chigwell Haddon, Henry; Ralph Ingleton; and Thomas Thompson An order as to an arbitration. [146]
193r Som 1675, Nov 25 Douch, James, clerk Burd, Thomas Concerning certain tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of West munckton. [147]
284r Lincs 1676, Apr 16 Downeing, Sir George, knight and baronet; and Sir William Doyley, knight and baronet Walpooll, Dymocke; and Henry Bigland, esq Concerning fines for certain leases of several lands in Spalding, Pinchbecke, Holbech, and Whapload, Lincs.; and in Higham Feirers, Northt. [148]
35r Suff 1674, July 16 Drax, Ursula, widow, relict and executrix of William Drax of London, merchant Pettus, Sir John, knight Concerning a mortgage of a messuage and lands in Cokely [149]
266v Bucks 1676, May 9 Drax, Ursula, widow, relict and executrix of William Drax of London, merchant Thomas, earl Rivers; Sir Robert Clayton, knight; John Morris, esq; and the Attorney General Concerning certain lands etc in Hambleden [150]
386v Surrey 1677, May 3 Draycott, Thomas Attorney General; James Henckes; and Miles Temple Concerning a matter of account in which were involved certain mills, lands, etc in Wandsworth. [151]
223r Surrey 1676, Feb 3 Draycott, Thomas Attorney General; James Henckes; and others An order as to a trial at law. [152]
93v Surrey 1675, Feb 4 Draycott, Thomas Attorney General; James Hincks; and Miles Temple Concerning a matter of account in which were involved certain mills, lands, etc in Wandsworth. [153]
160v Surrey 1675, June 10 Draycott, Thomas Attorney General; James Hincks; and Miles Temple An order as to an auditor's report. [154]
258r Hants 1676, Apr 17 Dumaresque, Banjamin; Thomas Lampriere; and Elias de Gruchy Cole, Thomas; and the Attorney General Concerning a bond for payment of the custom of certain tobacco. [155]
331r Bucks 1676, Nov 16 Durant, John, clerk Bush, Edward; John Parker; Richard King; Thomas Humphreys; William Baylis; Benjamin Stevenson; and Thomas AllomConcerning the profits of the vicarage of Caversfield viz, a vicarage house and backside, £7 in money from the rector or impropriator there and tithes of certain lands in Stratton Audley, Oxon. [156]
352r Bucks 1677, Feb 8 Durrant, John, clerk Bush, Edward; John Parker; Richard King; Thomas Humphreys; William Baylis; Benjamin Stevenson; and Thomas Allom Concerning the profits of the vicarage of Caversfield viz, a vicarage house and backside, £on; and Thomas Allom [157]
161r Oxon 1675, June 21 Dyde, John, clerk Kinah, Daniel; and John Yonicke Concerning certain tithes in the hamlet of Milcombe claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Wigginton, some of which are alleged by the defendants to be payable to the vicar of Bloxham. An order for a trial at law. [158]
31r Lincs 1674, July 16 Elizabeth, countess dowager of Lincoln Carr, Robert, esq; Henry Woodward, gentleman; and William Fisher, esq Concerning certain lands settled upon the plaintiff for her jointure. [159]
23v Lincs 1674, July 6 Elizabeth, countess dowager of Lincoln Carr, Robert, esq; Henry Woodward, gentleman; and William Fisher, esq An order as to hearing the cause. [160]
4r Lincs 1674, May 25 Elizabeth, countess dowager of Lincoln Carr, Robert, esq; Henry Woodward, gentleman; and William Fisher, esq Concerning the manor of Threckingham and divers lands etc in Threckingham, Stowe Greene, Osburneby, Newton, and Spanby, a life interest in which was settled upon the plaintiff for her jointure. [161]
46v Lincs 1674, Oct 26 Elizabeth, countess dowager of Lincoln Woodward, Henry, gentleman; and others Concerning the payment of certain money. [162]
116r Herts 1675, Apr 26 Elliott, Phillip, clerk Black, Mathew, esq; and others An order as to hearing the cause and as to costs [163]
119r Herts 1675, May 3 Elliott, Phillip, clerk Black, Mathew, esq; and others An order as to a commission to examine witnesses etc. [164]
177v 1675. June 21 Elliott, Phillip, clerk Blacke, Mathew, esq; Thomas Rogers; and Thomas Faint Concerning certain tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Hunsdon, Herts. [165]
58v Durham 1674, Nov 26 Errington, Marke, & Joyce his wife, daughter of Sir William Hudleston deceased Hudleston, Joseph, gentleman An order as to dismissing the defendant [166]
350v London 1677, Feb 8 Essington, Peter Kilby, Nicholas, & Alice his wife An order for a trial at law. [167]
373v Middx 1677, May 10 Essington, Peter Kilby, Nicholas, & Alice his wife Concerning certain promises of money made to the plaintiff by the defendants before his marriage with their daughter and as to certain money transactions between the parties. [168]
372r Middx 1677, May 3 Essington, Peter Kilby, Nicholas, & Alice his wife Concerning a bond [169]
141v London 1675, Apr 22 Evelyn, lord viscount Fanshawe, son and heir of Thomas, lord viscount Fanshawe deceased, by Sir John Evelyn knight his next friend Sarah, viscountess Fanshawe; The Honorable Vere Bertie, esq; Henry Fanshawe, esq; Charles Fanshawe, esq; Sir Thomas Fanshawe, knight; and Tobias Eden, esq Concerning the office of the King's Remembrancer of this court. The defendant Bertie's account while he executed the said office is given. [170]
324r London 1676, Dec 5 Evelyn, lord viscount Fanshawe, son and heir of Thomas, lord viscount Fanshawe deceased, by Sir John Evelyn knight his next friend Sarah, viscountess Fanshawe; The Honorable Vere Bertie, esq; Henry Fanshawe, esq; Charles Fanshawe, esq; Sir Thomas Fanshawe, knight; and Tobias Eden, esq Concerning an account of the defendant Vere Bertie while he executed the office of the King's Remembrancer of this court. [171]
329r London 1676, Nov 27 Evelyn, lord viscount Fanshawe, son and heir of Thomas, lord viscount Fanshawe deceased, by Sir John Evelyn knight his next friend Sarah, viscountess Fanshawe; The Honorable Vere Bertie, esq; Henry Fanshawe, esq; Charles Fanshawe, esq; Sir Thomas Fanshawe, knight; and Tobias Eden, esq Concerning an account of fees and profits received by the defendant Vere Bertie while he executed the office of the King's Remembrancer of this court. [172]
227r London 1676, Feb 18 Fanshawe, Henry, esq Denton, William Concerning a matter of account [173]
221r Middx 1676, Feb 3 Fanshawe, Henry, esq Denton, William Concerning a matter of account [174]
206r Oxon 1675, Dec 7 Fell, John, doctor of divinity; Dean and Canons and chapter of Christ Church, Oxford; John White; and others, on behalf of themselves and the rest of the inhabitants and leaseholders of Cowley, lessees and undertenants of the said Dean and Chapter Attorney General (Sir William Jones, knight) Concerning certain land in Elderstubb Coppice assigned to the plaintiffs at the disafforestation of the late Forest of Shotover and Stowood in lieu of their rights of common in the said forest. [175]
295r Salop 1676, June 1 Felton, William, gentleman; and others Wicherley, Daniel, gentleman Concerning certain customs in the manor of Wem. [176]
326r Salop 1676, Nov 20 Felton, William, gentleman; and others Wicherley, Daniel, gentleman An order as to hearing the cause. [177]
324v Salop 1676, Nov 6 Felton, William, gentleman; and others Wicherley, Daniel, gentleman An order as to decreeing certain customs for the plaintiffs etc. [178]
137v London 1675, Apr 26 FitzMaurice, Raymond, esq, administrator of Thomas Amory during the minority of Thomas Amory, Elizabeth Amory, and Lucy Amory children and executors of the said Thomas Amory deceased Gawden, Sir Dennis, knight Concerning matters of account between the defendant as surveyor general of all victuals for the King's ships and Thomas Amory deceased as his deputy for Ireland and the plaintiff as administrator of the said Amory. [179]
360r London/Middx 1677, Feb 1 FitzMaurice, Raymond, esq, administrator of Thomas Amory during the minority of Thomas Amory, Elizabeth Amory, and Lucy Amory children and executors of the said Thomas Amory deceased Gawden, Sir Dennis, knight Concerning matters of account between the defendant as surveyor general of all victuals for the King's ships and Thomas Amory deceased as his deputy for Ireland and the plaintiff as administrator of the said Amory. [180]
211r Hants 1675, Nov 22 Fleetwood, Henry, gentleman Duckenfield, Sir Robert, baronet; William Duckenfield, gentleman; and Daniel Wylde, gentleman Concerning certain messuages, mills, and land in Bramsey and Stratfield Sey. [181]
261v Worcs 1676, May 1 Foley, Robert, esq Cooksey, Edward An order as to hearing the cause [182]
124r Essex/Suff 1675, May 10 Formantell, Andrew; James Formantle; and Joseph Browne, gentleman Stephens, John; James Parkes; John Stafford; and others Concerning certain aulnage duties in Essex and Suffolk. [183]
196v Surrey 1675, Nov 25 Forth, John, esq Yates, John An order as to continuing the cause. [184]
223v Surrey 1676, Feb 3 Forth, John, esq Yates, John; and others An order as to costs and as to continuing the cause. [185]
362v Corn 1677, Feb 5 Frefry, Justin, clerk, vicar of Fowey Colquitt, Lewis, gentleman, among others Concerning certain tithes in Fowey [186]
325v Cambs 1676, Nov 9 Gascoigne, Sir Barnard, knight Frances, countess of Portland; Robert Glapthorne, esq; and others An order as to continuing the cause. [187]
324v Cambs 1676, Oct 26 Gascoigne, Sir Barnard, knight Frances, countess of Portland; Robert Glapthorne, esq; and others A proposal for a trial at law as to whether certain lands be in the parish of Whtlesey St Marys or Whitlesey St Andrewes or in any other parish. [188]
280r Norf 1676, Apr 20 Gaunt, George, gentleman Browne, Richard, esq; and Augustus Curtis Concerning matters of account arising out of the subfarm of the excise of Norwich and some part of Norfolk. [189]
47r Norf 1674, Nov 26 Gawdy, Thomas, esq, lord of the manor of Rockland Newman, John; Thomas Whood; and Edward Creake Concerning certain lands in Surlingham alleged by the plaintiff to be held of his manor of Rockland. An order for a trial at law. [190]
217r Norf 1675, Nov 18 Gawdy, Thomas, esq, lord of the manor of Rockland Newman, John; Thomas Whood; and Edward Creake Concerning certain lands in Surlingham alleged by the plaintiff to be held of his manor of Rockland. [191]
339r London 1676, Dec 2 George, duke of Buckingham Christian, Edward; and Francis Tunstall (and cross bills) Concerning the defendants' account as agents for the plaintiff in the management of his estate. [192]
399v Yorks/elsewhere 1677, July 2 George, duke of Buckingham Harvey, John, es An order as to a case to be made etc. [193]
7r Glouc/Bristol 1674, May 18 George, William, gentleman Raleigh, George, esq Concerning an account for the farm of the excise for the county and city of Bristol and arrears of Gloucestershire. [194]
49r Gloucester/City of Bristol 1674, Nov 23 George, William, gentleman Raleigh, George, esq Concerning a matter of account arising out of the farm of the Bristol. [195]
380r Lancs 1677, May 30 Gerard, Richard, esq, of Southwark Wainwright, James; and John Ireton, esq Concerning certain money transactions in which the manor of Ince was involved. [196]
330v Middx 1676, Nov 9 Girle, Joseph Wyon, Philip Concerning a field called Kempes Close, parcel of the bailiwick of St James in the Fields and the building thereon. [197]
95r Sussex 1675, Feb 4 Goble, William Pearley, Thomas Concerning tithes in Selsey. Dismissal of the defendant. [198]
401v Staffs 1677, June 25 Golbourne, Lucretia, widow, daughter of Arthur Lowe gentleman, deceased; and John Lowe, gentleman, youngest son of the said Arthur Brewster, John, esq; William Jarvis; Anthony Lowe; and Henry Wilson, gentleman Concerning a messuage called Pryor's Heath alias Pryor's Hall and several other lands in Stone. An order for a trial at law. [199]
314v 1676, June 23 Goldsmith, Samuel, esq, of Newton, Suffolk; and Henry Goldsmith his son, an infant by Samuel Alston of Newton aforesaid, gentleman, his guardian and next friends Nedham, John; and Joseph Baker, executors of Margaret Stanley, grandmother of the said Henry Goldsmith Concerning a bequest from Margaret Stanley deceased to the plaintiff Henry Goldsmith her grandson. [200]
226v Suff 1676, Feb 18 Goodrich, Francis; and Isaac Bowcer Goddard, Thomas; and others Concerning a matter of account arising out of the collection of hearth money in the hundreds of Samford, Barbergh, and Cosford, Suff. [201]
177v Northumb/ Newcastle upon Tyne 1675, June 30 Gore, Gerrard, esq Procter, Elizabeth, widow, relict of John Procter deceased; and Anthony Procter, son and heir of the said John Procter Concerning a mortgage of certain lands etc., in Cowpen and a messuage in Newcastle upon Tyne [202]
172r Northumb/ Newcastle upon Tyne 1675, June 21 Gore, Gerrard, esq Procter, Elizabeth, widow; and Anthony Procter Concerning a mortgage of several lands etc in Cowpon and a messuage in Newcastle upon Tyne [203]
364r Dorset 1677, Feb 13 Gould, James, clerk, rector of West Knighton Thornhurst, Thomas, esq; Jane Swayne, widow; and Robert Williams, esq Concerning tithes of a farm and lands called Fryer Mayne and of a farm and lands called Lewell Farm in the parish of West Knighton. An order for a trial at law. [204]
93r Surrey 1675, Feb 4 Gratwick, John, & Mildred his wife Hetherington, John, gentleman; and Elizabeth Richards, widow Concerning matters of account [205]
173v Sussex/Surrey 1675, June 30 Gratwick, John, & Mildred his wife Hetherington, John, gentleman; and Elizabeth Richards, widow Concerning the moiety of the farms and lands called Iwood Parke and other lands [206]
222v Surrey 1676, Feb 14 Gratwick, John, & Mildred his wife Hetherington, John, gentleman; and Elizabeth Richards, widow Concerning certain lands involved in certain matters of account [207]
227v Sussex 1676, Feb 18 Gratwick, John, & Mildred his wife Hetherington, John, gentleman; and Elizabeth Richards, widow Concerning the farms and lands called Iwood Park and other lands involved in certain matters of account. [208]
329v Sussex 1676, Nov 13 Gratwick, John, & Mildred his wife Hetherington, John, gentleman; and Elizabeth Richards, widow Concerning matters of account [209]
24v Northt 1674, July 2 Greaves, Thomas, doctor in divinity, rector of Benyfield Coles, Edward; Robert Dobbs; William Terriwest; and Thomas Hawley Concerning tithes in Benyfield. An order as to a trial at law. [210]
207r Yorks 1675, Nov 15 Greenwood, George, gentleman Robinson, Leonard; Christopher Smelt; Robert Bishoppricke; and Richard Flower Concerning tithes of certain lands in Brumpton upon Swale a vill in the parish of Easeby. [211]
98v Middx 1675, Feb 13 Gregory, Thomas; Mathew Pearce, & Susan his wife, administrators of John Gregory deceased Heyward, Richard, & Elizabeth his wife, late widow and sole executrix of Richard Gregory her late husband deceased. Concerning a house and lands in Harmondsworth and other real and personal estate of John Gregory and Richard Gregory both deceased. [212]
164v Middx 1675, June 10 Gregory, Thomas; Mathew Pearce, & Susan his wife, administrators of John Gregory deceased Heyward, Richard, & Elizabeth his wife, late widow and sole executrix of Richard Gregory her late husband deceased. Concerning the estates of Richard and John Gregory both deceased [213]
117v Berks 1675, May 3 Grey, Robert, clerk Sawyer, Edward; and Henry Bunce Concerning certain tithes claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Haggborne. An order as to a trial at law. [214]
202v Berks 1675, Nov 15 Grey, Robert, clerk, rector of Hagborne Sawyer, Edward; and Henry Bunce Concerning certain tithes in Hagborne [215]
405r Wilts 1677, June 2 Gwynne, Phillip, clerk, rector of Wilton Brazier, Henry; and Jervas Sharpe Concerning certain tithes in the parish of Wilton and as to a custom of tithing certain lands in Netherhampton within the said parish. [216]
406r Sussex 1677, July 10 Halsey, Richard, clerk Oglander, John; and John Puttock Concerning tithes of certain coppice woods in East Deane. An order as to payment of the costs of a trial at law. [217]
168r Surrey 1675, June 17 Harriden, Henry, gentleman, farmer of the rectory of Cranley May, Elizabeth, relict and executrix of John May deceased Concerning certain tithes etc., in Cranley [218]
121r Surrey 1675, May 18 Harriden, Henry, gentleman, farmer of the rectory of Cranley May, Elizabeth, relict and executrix of John May deceased Concerning certain tithes etc in Cranley [219]
170r Lincs 1675, June 30 Hatcher, John, esq; and William Skippwith, gentleman, executors of Charles Skipwith, esq Ridley, Samuel, gentleman Concerning certain tithes in Gosberton alias Gosberkirke [220]
203v Lincs 1675, Oct 25 Hatcher, John, esq; and William Skippwith, gentleman, executors of Charles Skipwith, esq Ridley, Samuel, gentleman Concerning certain tithes in Gosberton alias Gosberkirke [221]
215r Cumber 1675, Nov 22 Hathwaite, Miles; John Bristoe, and Thomas Slee (entered with Parsons v. Noble) Smalwood, Allen, doctor of divinity and rector of Graystocke; Thomas Parsons; John Robson; and John Cannon Concerning certain customs of tithing in Graystocke. [222]
8r Norf 1674, June 2 Hawys, Roger, esq; and Richard Warner (and cross suit) Kett, Thomas Concerning an agreement as to a farm of the excise of Suffolk for the year 1656 and of Suffolk and Essex for the year 1657. [223]
116r Norf 1675, May 3 Hawys, Roger, esq; and Richard Warner (and cross suit) Kett, Thomas An order as to an auditor's report etc. [224]
129r Norf 1675, May 18 Hawys, Roger, rthe elder, esq; and Richard Warner, son and administrator of Richard Warner, gentleman (and cross suit) Kett, Thomas; and Richard Harvey, gentleman Concerning matters of account arising out of the farm of the excise for Suffolk and Essex [225]
302r Kent 1676, June 12 Hempsley, Michael, administrator of Thomas Phillipps, clerk, deceased Fullagar, Christopher; William Fullagar; and John Fullager [226]
55r Beds 1674, Nov 16 Henrietta Maria, lady Wentworth, an infant granddaughter and heir of Thomas, late earl of Cleveland and daughter and heir of Thomas, lord Wentworth by Philadelphia, lady Wentworth her mother and guardian Thoroughgood, William, esq; John Amhurst, esq; Henry Nevile, esq, executors of Sir John Thoroughgood, knight; Mary Allenson; Edward Allenson; and Thomas Awsiter, executors of Jane Awsiter deceased Concerning the redemption of a mortgage of the manor of Harlington and a messuage called Bury Barne and all lands etc., thereto belonging and as to the profits of the manor of Younges. [227]
265v Beds 1676, May 11 Henrietta Maria, lady Wentworth, baroness of Nettlestead, an infant granddaughter and heir of Thomas, late earl of Cleveland and daughter and heir of Thomas, lord Wentworth by Philadelphia, lady Wentworth her mother and guardian Dell, Martha, widow; and Martha Barnardiston Concerning the redemption of certain mortgaged lands etc in Harlington and as to the profits of the moiety of the royalty of the manor of Toddington. [228]
1v Yorks 1674, May 11 Henry, earl of Norwich Drewe, Joseph; and others An order as to hearing the cause and as to certain depositions. [229]
7r Yorks 1674, May 18 Henry, earl of Norwich Drewe, Joseph; Radulph Wollen; Thomas Greenwood; and John Eaton An order for a new trial at law as to suit of mill by the tenants and inhabitants of the manor of Rotherham. [230]
344v Yorks 1676, Dec 5 Henry, earl of Norwich, earl marshall of England by the name of Henry, lord Howard, baron of Castle Rising Drewe, Joseph; Ralph Wollen; Thomas Greenwood; and John Eaton Concerning suit to the plaintiff's mills at Rotherham. [231]
326r Yorks 1676, Nov 27 Henry, lord Howard, now earl of Norwich and lord marshal of England Drewe, Joseph; and others Concerning suit to the plaintiff's mills belonging to his manor of Rotherham [232]
30r Kent 1674, June 29 Herbert, James, esq Nicholas, earl of Thannett Concerning lands in the manor of Middleton [233]
29v Kent 1674, June 29 Herbert, James, esq Osborne, John, esq; and James Rayner, gentleman Concerning lands in the manor of Middleton [234]
403r Kent 1677, June 28 Hernsley, Michael, administrator of Thomas Phillips Fullager, Christopher An order as to hearing the cause [235]
164r Glouc 1675, June 24 Heylin, Henry, gentleman Fletcher, Thomas Concerning tithes due to the plaintiff as farmer of the rectory of Norton. [236]
186v Glouc 1675, Nov 22 Heylin, Henry, gentleman Fletcher, Thomas Concerning certain tithes in Norton [237]
16v Essex 1674, June 2 Hickeringill, Edmund, clerk May, Nicholas; and others An order as to dismissing the defendant May. [238]
8v Essex 1674, June 2 Hickeringill, Edmund, clerk Smith, John Concerning certain tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of All Hallowes alias All Saints in Colchester, the tithes of the parishes of St Buttolph and St Peter in Colchester being also due to the plaintiff as rector of All Hallowes. An order as to a trial at law. [239]
91r London 1675, Jan 28 Hodsdon, Henry, & Katherine his wife, lately called Katherine Preston administratrix of Charles Preston her late husband deceased. Huscroft, Francis; John Somers; Robert Bradbury, & Elizabeth his wife; and Abigall Preston, spinster Concerning the estate of Charles Preston deceased. [240]
296v Surrey 1676, June 12 Holland, John, clerk Thornburgh, Gyles, clerk Concerning tithes in the parishes of St Mary and of the Holy Trinity in Guildford, which ought to be divided equally between the rectors of the said parishes. [241]
24v Hants 1674, June 22 Holmes, Sir Robert, knight Harbord, Sir Charles, knight; and others An order as to hearing the cause etc. [242]
4r Hants 1674, May 25 Holmes, Sir Robert, knight Herbert, Sir Charles, knight; and others An order as to making the Attorney General a defendant and as to hearing the cause. [243]
188r London 1675, Nov 8 Hooker, Robert Player, Sir Thomas, knight, chamberlain of the City of London; Richard Atkinson; Thomas Cope; and Elizabeth Canter Concerning the estate of William Canter deceased [244]
294r London 1676, June 12 Hooker, Robert, gentleman Player, Sir Thomas, knight; and others An order as to hearing the cause, etc. [245]
307r London 1676, June 23 Hooker, Robert, gentleman Player, Sir Thomas, knight; Richard Atkinson; Thomas Cope; and Elizabeth Canter Concerning matters of account. An order for a trial at law. [246]
356v London 1677, Feb 5 Hooker, Robert, gentleman Player, Sir Thomas, knight; Richard Atkinson; Thomas Cope; and Elizabeth Canter Concerning matters of account [247]
377r Glouc 1677, May 30 Horler, Jeremiah, clerk Cabell, Richard, the younger Concerning certain tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Yate. An order for a trial at law as to an alleged customary payment in lieu of tithe hay. [248]
185v Norf 1675, Nov 18 House, John, gentleman Locke, John, gentleman An order as to an arbitration. [249]
326v Norf 1676, Dec 5 House, John, gentleman Locke, John, gentleman Concerning an outlawry obtained by the defendant against the plaintiff. Certain messuages in Great Yarmouth were involved. [250]
350r Norf 1677, Feb 8 Howse, John, gentleman Locke, John, gentleman Concerning an outlawry obtained by the defendant against the plaintiff. Certain messuages in Great Yarmouth were involved. [251]
257r Rutland 1676, May 1 Hunt, William, & Anne his wife, one of the daughters and coheirs of Charles Dale, esq (entered with Dale v. Halsall) Goodman, William, & Ann his wife, relict of the said Charles Dale; Alexander Halsall; and others Concerning the redemption of the manor of Tixover and several messuages, lands, etc., in Toxover within the parish of Ketton [252]
155v Berks 1675, June 24 Hyatt, John; and William Mattingley Fryer, Richard; and Susanna Fryer, widow and relict of Jerome Fryer deceased Concerning certain purchases of fruit made by the plaintiffs as agents for Jerome Fryer deceased in the parishes of Bray, Clewer, White Waltham, and Shottesbrooke [253]
132r Surrey 1675, Apr 26 Impey, John, gentleman Miller, John, gentleman Concerning a lease of two four and twentieths of the River Wye and wharves etc thereto belonging. [254]
117r Cambs 1675, May 11 James, duke of York Elizabeth, countess of Portland; and others An interlocutory order [255]
413r Brecon 1677, July 13 James, duke of York St Loe, Edward; Hugh Edwards; and Watkin Jenkin Concerning a messuage in Devynocke called Tyre y Castle alias Castle Close and divers lands etc., alleged to have been the estate of William Morgan late of Therrow deceased and to have been demised by him to one Colonel Thomas Horton. An order for a trial at law as to whether certain lands are parcel of Tyre y Lease Vach or parcel of the Forest of Dechan. [256]
117r Cambs 1675, May 10 James, duke of York; and others Elizabeth, countess of Portland; and others An order that the plaintiffs show cause whether they will dismiss their bill or not. [257]
121v Cambs 1675, May 20 James, duke of York; and others Elizabeth, countess of Portland; and others An order as to dissolving an injunction for stay of proceedings at law etc. [258]
220v Cambs 1676, Jan 27 James, duke of York; and others Frances, countess of Portland; and others An order as to a proprosal to suspend judgment until after a trial at law in the King's Bench. [259]
58v Norf 1674, Dec 7 Jay, Christopher, esq; and John Jay, esq Attorney General; and Robert Foley, esq Concerning a matter of account in which the manor of Elding and other lands were involved. [260]
25r Norf 1674, July 16 Jay, Christopher, esq; and John Jay, esq Attorney General; and Robert Foley, esq Concerning a matter of account. [261]
20bv Norf 1674, July 9 Jay, Christopher, esq; and John Jay, esq Attorney General; and Robert Foley, esq Concerning a bond for the receipt of the King's revenue arising by fire hearths and stoves in Norfolk and the City of Norwich and the county of the same City in the year 1665. [262]
46v Norf 1674, Nov 16 Jay, Christopher, esq; and John Jay, esq Attorney General; and Robert Foley, esq An order as to a report of auditors. [263]
40v Norf 1674, Nov 19 Jay, Christopher, esq; and John Jay, esq Attorney General; and Robert Foley, esq Concerning a matter of account [264]
41r Norf 1674, Nov 19 Jay, Christopher, esq; and John Jay, esq Attorney General; and Robert Foley, esq Concerning a matter of account [265]
46r Norf 1674, Oct 26 Jay, Christopher, esq; and John Jay, esq Attorney General; and Robert Foley, esq An order as to a report of auditors etc [266]
221r Norf 1676, Feb 1 Jay, Christopher, esq; and John Jay, esq Attorney General; and Robert Foley, esq Concerning matters of account [267]
263v Norwich City/ Norf 1676, Apr 17 Jay, Christopher, esq; and John Jay, esq, his son Attorney General, late (Sir Francis North, knight); Robert Foley, esq; and Cornwell Bradshawe, gentleman Concerning matters of account arising out of the collection of Hearth Money in Norwich and Norfolk. The manor of Girston was involved. [268]
233r Middx 1676, Feb 7 Jefferyes, John, esq Eddisbury, Kendrick, esq An order as to an arbitration. [269]
332r Flint 1676, Nov 13 Jefferyes, John, esq Eddisbury, Kendrick, esqConcerning a judgment of the penalty of £172. [270]
272v Devon 1676, Apr 27 John, earl of Bath Ledgingham, Warwicke, esq Concerning a rent payable out of the manor, priory, and lands of Ottery St Mary. [271]
383r Bucks 1677, May 21 John, earl of Bridgwater Theed, John; Elinor Firth; and Henry Cooley Concerning tithes in the vill of Horton in the parish of Edlesborough. An order for a trial at law. [272]
162r Herts 1675, June 14 Johns, Henry, an infant by John Gill and Henry Baldwyn gentleman his guardians Johns, William; and Thomas King Concerning certain money lent on the security of certain customary lands held of the manor of Greenbury in Barley. [273]
191r Herts 1675, Oct 25 Johns, Henry, an infant by John Gill and Henry Baldwyn gentleman his guardians Johns, William; and Thomas King Concerning certain money lent on the security of certain customary lands held of the manor of Greenbury in Barley. [274]
204r Lancs 1675, Nov 19 Johnson, Thomas, & Ann his wife; and others Markland, Jonathan, executor of Grace Markland; and others Concerning a tenement in Horrage late one Thomas Urmston's deceased and as to the said Urmston's personal estate. [275]
398r Lancs 1677, July 2 Johnson, Thomas, & Ann his wife; and others Markland, Jonathan, executor of Grace Markland; and Robert Boyes Concerning a tenement in Horrage late one Thomas Urmston's deceased and as to the said Urmston's personal estate. [276]
301r Monmouth 1676, June 15 Jones, John, gentleman Price, Mathewe, & Margaret, his wife Concerning a money transaction. Dismissal of the defendants. [277]
87v Norf 1675, Feb 8 Kendall, Richard, & Elizabeth his wife, formerly the wife of John Trappett Jay, Christopher Jay, esq An order as to hearing the cause and as to costs [278]
9r Norf 1674, May 25 Kendall, Richard, & Elizabeth his wife, formerly the wife of John Trappett Jay, Christopher Jay, esq; and the Attorney General Concerning the profits of divers lands etc in Brakefield in Curr Lane, Yaxam, and Mattishall lately belonging to John Trappett and to the said Trappett's personal estate. [279]
89v Norf 1675, Feb 1 Kendall, Richard, & Elizabeth his wife, formerly the wife of John Trappett Jay, Christopher, esq; and the Attorney General Concerning matters of account. Certain houses in Wymondham were involved. [280]
109r Norf 1675, Feb 13 Kendall, Richard, & Elizabeth his wife, formerly the wife of John Trappett Jay, Christopher, esq; and the Attorney General Concerning divers lands etc in Brakefield in Curr Lane, Yoxham, and Mattishall involved in certain matters of account. [281]
23v Hants 1674, June 22 Kent, Richard, farmer of the impropriate tithes of Itchenswell and Sydmontayne hamlets within the parish of Kingscleere Lush, Robert, farmer of Sydmontaine farm; and others Concerning tithes and other duties and customs in Itchenswell and Sydmontayne hamlets within the parish of Kingscleere. [282]
65r Hants 1674, Dec 7 Kent, Richard, farmer of the impropriate tithes of Itchenswell and Sydmontayne hamlets within the parish of Kingscleere Webb, Edward, clerk, vicar of Kingscleere; Robert Lush, farmer of Sydmontayne; and others Concerning tithes and other duties and customs in Itchenswell and Sydmontayne hamlets within the parish of Kingscleere. [283]
372v Warw 1677, May 17 Kent, Thomas, vicar of Pryors Hardwick Pettifer, John Concerning certain tithes claimed by the plaintiff in Priors Marston [284]
13r Bucks 1674, June 2 Ketheridge, George; and Thomas Heyborne, yeoman Aldworth, Richard, esq; and William Ball, gentleman Concerning tithes in the rectory of Wotton Underwood and a portion of tithes there called Longvile's portion. [285]
213r London 1675, Nov 25 King, Ann Hannah, widow, relict and sole executrix of John King, esq, deceased, who was sole executor of Henry, late bishop of Chichester, likewise deceased, who was one of the executors of Francis Tryan late of London, merchant, deceased. Bill of Revivor. Garrett, John; Sir Thomas Fanshawe, knight; Henry Fanshawe, esq; Charles Fanshawe, esq; Tobias Eden, esq; and Richard Goodall.Concerning the benefit of a judgment of £1,000 against Viscount Fanshawe at the suit of Henry, late bishop of Chichester. [286]
59v Berks 1674, Nov 16 King, John King, Thomas; and William Phillipps Concerning a matter of account [287]
75v Lincs 1674, Dec 7 King, Mathew, gentleman; Jasper Justice, clerk; Thomas Halton, esq; and Richard Spratt, yeoman William, bishop of Lincoln; Robert Mellish, esq; and the Attorney General Concerning a mortgage of divers lands in Leasingham. [288]
57v Bucks 1674, Nov 9 King, Sir Andrew, knight Smith, Henry Concerning certain tithes in the rectory of Wyrardisby. An order as to a new trial at law. [289]
208r Som 1675, Nov 22 Knight, Sir John, knight Attorney General; Francis Vaughan, esq; William Strode, esq; and others Concerning the repair of a sea wall at Clevedon. [290]
220r Som 1676, Jan 27 Knight, Sir John, knight Attorney General; Francis Vaughan, esq; William Strode, esq; and others An order as to continuing the cause [291]
294r Som 1676, June 12 Knight, Sir John, knight Attorney General; Francis Vaughan, esq; William Strode, esq; and others Concerning the reimbursement of certain money expended by the plaintiff in the repair of a sea wall at Clevedon. [292]
261v Som 1676, May 9 Knight, Sir John, knight Attorney General; Francis Vaughan, esq; William Strode, esq; and others An order as to reimbursing certain money expended by the plaintiff in the repair of a seawall. [293]
2v Som 1674, Pay 18 Knight, Sir John, knight Attorney General; Thomas Jennyns, esq; Francis Vaughan, esq; and others Concerning several fines imposed by the defendants as commissioners of sewers upon the plaintiff for not repairing a sea wall, which they allege he ought to repair as owner of a farm in Clevedon. An order as to a trial at law. [294]
49r Som 1674, Nov 30 Knight, Sir John, knight Jennyns, Thomas, esq; Francis Vaughan, esq; William Stroade, esq; and others Concerning the repair of a sea wall at Clevedon. An order as to a trial at law. [295]
44r Ches 1674, June 29 Knottesford, Thomas Bullen, Thomas, & Elizabeth his wife; Ralph Deane; and Hugh Sproston Concerning matters of account. Certain lands called Shrewbridge lands were involved. Dismissal of the defendants. [296]
101v Kent 1675, Feb 4 Ladbrooke, Edward, clerk, vicar of Beakesborne Tooke, Thomas, esq Concerning certain tithes in Beakesborne. An order as to a trial at law. [297]
192r Kent 1675, Nov 18 Ladbrooke, Edward, clerk, vicar of Beakesborne Tooke, Thomas, esq Concerning certain tithes in Beakesborne. [298]
230v Hants 1676, Feb 7 Lamprere, Thomas; Elias de Gruchy; and others Cole, Thomas Concerning a bond for payment of the custom of certain tobacco. [299]
175r London 1675, June 17 Langley, John, esq Gerrard, Sir Francis, baronet, executor of Sir Gilbert Gerrard baronet deceased, who was executor of Dame Ann Moulson, widow, likewise deceased; and Sir Gilbert Gerrard, son and heir of the said Sir Gilbert Gerrard deceased An order for a trial at law as to whether a certain debt was satisfied or not. [300]
2v Beds 1674, May 25 Lawrence, Thomas, clerk Brace, Sara, widow An order for a trial at law as to a custom of tithing lambs in Over Standon. [301]
64v Beds 1674, Nov 9 Lawrence, Thomas, clerk Brace, Sara, widow Concerning certain tithes in Over Standon [302]
2r Lincs 1674, May 7 Lea, Marsh Broxholme, William, esq; Thomas Wells the younger; and Willliam Calthorpe An order as to hearing the cause etc. [303]
18r Lincs 1674, May 25 Lea, Marsh, gentleman Broxholme, William, esq; Thomas Wells the younger, executor of Thomas Wells, deceased; and Willliam Calthorpe Concerning the plaintiff's account as collector of certain assessments upon the wapentake of Kirton. [304]
297v Middx 1676, June 12 Lechmere, Edmond, esq Hales, Edward, esq; and John Hales, esq Concerning certain money transactions [305]
186v Herts 1675, Nov 18 Lee, Richard, doctor of divinity Greenhill, William Concerning certain tithes in Hotfielde [306]
185r Herts 1675, Nov 4 Lee, Richard, doctor of divinity Greenhill, William An order as to payment of certain tithes. [307]
353v Lancs 1677, Feb 19 Lees, Ralph Taylor, James; Hannah Taylor; Ralph Ryder; Edmond Warrington; Isabel Kenyon; and Hugh Kenyon Concerning certain lands etc in Kirmanshulme and Gorton involved in money transactions. An order as to a commission. [308]
396r Lancs 1677, June 18 Lees, Ralph Taylor, James; Hannah Taylor; Ralph Ryder; Edmond Warrington; Isabel Kenyon; and Hugh Kenyon An order for a trial at law as to whether a certain conveyance was a mortgage or not. [309]
71r Cumber 1674, Nov 13 Lister, Henry, deceased; John Sewell; Anne Caipe; and others Dean and Chapter of Carlisle; and Bernard Kirkbride, esq Concerning an ancient custom of tithing within the several townships of Carleton, Blackhall, Wray, Blackhallwood; and the Moncke within the several parishes of St Cuthberts and St Mary Carlisle, and Hayton. An order as to a trial at law. [310]
22r Som 1674, June 22 Lloyd, Bevis, esq; and others Attorney General; Sir Richard Piggott, knight; Perient Trott, esq; and Humfrey Beane, esq Concerning certain bonds. Interlocutory order. [311]
103v Som 1675, Feb 4 Lloyd, Bevis, esq; and others Attorney General; Sir Richard Piggott, knight; Perient Trott, esq; and Humfrey Beane, esq Concerning certain bonds. An order as to continuing the cause. [312]
161r Som 1675, June 21 Lloyd, Bevis, esq; and others Attorney General; Sir Richard Piggott, knight; Perient Trott, esq; and Humfrey Beane, esq Concerning certain bonds [313]
165r Som 1675, June 24 Lloyd, Bevis, esq; Richard Gwynne, esq; Sir John Hanmer, knight; and Tymothy Wade, esq Attorney General; Sir Richard Piggott, knight; Perient Trott, esq; and Humfrey Beane, esq, farmers of Hearth Money Concerning certain bonds entered into by the plaintiffs Lloyd and Gwynne as farmers of Hearth Money in Somerset except the City of Bristol and by the plaintiffs Hanmer and Wade as their sureties. [314]
178r Som 1675, June 30 Lombard, Thomas; Thomas Townesend; John Easton, the churchwardens and overseers of the poor of the parish of Combe St Nicholas; and others Attorney General; Henry Bonner the elder and the younger; Sir Sackvile Crowe, knight; John Atkins; John Dinham; and John Brome Concerning certain lands in the late Forest of Roch alias Noroch. [315]
260v Som 1676, Apr 27 Lombard, Thomas; Thomas Townesend; John Easton, the churchwardens and overseers of the poor of the parish of Combe St Nicholas; and others Attorney General; Henry Bonner the elder and the younger; Sir Sackvile Crowe, knight; John Atkins; John Dinham; and John Brome Concerning certain lands held for the benefit of the poor of the parish of Combe St Nicholas [316]
383v Som 1677, May 30 Long, Dame Elizabeth, widow, relict of Sir Walter Long, baronet, deceased Long, Sir Walter, baronet Concerning a house and lands at Weston and divers goods and household stuff involved in the plaintiff's marriage settlement. [317]
41r Cumber 1674, Nov 16 Long, James, esq, now Sir James Long, baronet Hindson, Richard, the elder; Dorothy Ireland; Thomas Saunderson; and others Vacated. [318]
47r Cumber 1674, Nov 16 Long, James, esq, now Sir James Long, baronet Hindson, Richard, the elder; Dorothy Ireland; Thomas Saunderson; and others Concerning certain lands within the honor of Penreth and Forest of Englewood [319]
77v Cumber 1674, Nov 30 Long, James, esq, now Sir James Long, baronet Hindson, Richard, the elder; Dorothy Ireland; Thomas Saunderson; and others Concerning certain lands within the honor of Penreth and Forest of Englewood. Dismissal of the defendants. [320]
296r England 1676, June 14 Loyal and Indigent Officers Bennett, Sir John, knight of the Bath, late treasurer of the moneys given by Act of Parliament to the said officers Concerning the accounts of the defendant as Treasurer of the moneys given by Act of Parliament to the loyal and indigent officers. [321]
122v Middx 1675, Apr 29 Lund, John, & Alice his wife Cane, HenryConcerning £100 settled upon the plaintiff Alice Lund at her marriage with the plaintiff John Lund. [322]
256v London 1676, May 1 Manshall, John, gentleman Thornbury, William An order as to hearing the cause [323]
3r 1674, May 25 Marsh, Peter, gentleman Pilkington, William, gentleman; Elizabeth Breres, widow; John Low, clerk, & Ann his wife; and Ellen Pilkington, spinster Concerning matters of account in which divers lands etc in the Weend in Wigan were involved. [324]
124r Lancs 1675, May 18 Marsh, Peter, gentleman Pilkington, William, gentleman; Elizabeth Breres, widow; John Low, clerk, & Ann his wife; and Ellen Pilkington, spinster An order as to an auditor's report etc. [325]
231v Lancs 1676, Feb 18 Marsh, Peter, gentleman Pilkington, William, gentleman; Elizabeth Breres, widow; John Low, clerk, & Ann his wife; and Ellen Pilkington, spinster Concerning matters of account in which divers lands etc in the Weend in Wigan were involved. [326]
176v Lancs 1675, June 30 Marsh, Peter, gentleman Pilkington, William; and others An order as to an auditor's report. [327]
256r London 1676, Apr 20 Marshall, John Thornbury, William Concerning a matter of account [328]
259r London 1676, May 11 Marshall, John, gentleman Thornbury, William Concerning a matter of account [329]
234v Cumber 1676, Feb 18 Mayor, Aldermen, Bailiffs, and Citizens of Carlisle Ratcliffe, Sir Francis, baronet Concerning a toll on cattle and goods passing in and out of Cumberland claimed by the plaintiffs, which toll the defendant refuses to allow them to collect in his manor of Alstonemore. An order for a trial at law. [330]
334r Cumber 1676, Nov 20 Mayor, Aldermen, Bailiffs, and Citizens of Carlisle Ratcliffe, Sir Francis, baronet Concerning a toll on cattle and goods passing in and out of Cumberland claimed by the plaintiffs, which toll the defendant refuses to allow them to collect in his manor of Alstonemore. [331]
197v London 1675, Dec 7 Mayor, Commonalty, and Citizens of London Thody, Henry An order as to a trial at law. [332]
220v London 1676, Feb 7 Mayor, Commonalty, and Citizens of London Thody, Henry An order as to referring the matter in difference to Mr. Baron Bertie. [333]
99r London 1675, Feb 25 Mayor, Commonalty, and Citizens of London Thody, Henry; and Edward Cooke Concerning the possessions of Robert Thody outlawed for the murder of one Stephen Blomfield. An order as to a trial at law. [334]
171r London 1675, June 7 Mayor, Commonalty, and Citizens of London Thody, Henry; and Edward Cooke An order for a new trial at law as to certain bonds alleged by the plaintiffs to have been part of the possessions of Robert Thody who was outlawed for the murder of Stephen Blomefield [335]
299r London 1676, June 15 Mayor, Commonalty, and Citizens of London Thody, Henry; and Edward Cooke Concerning the possessions of one Robert Thody, a felon. [336]
256v London 1676, May 1 Mayor, Commonalty, and Citizens of London Thody, Henry; and others An order as to a new trial at law. [337]
361v Staffs 1677, Feb 19 Meller, Henry, esq Rugeley, Jane, widow Concerning an annuity out of certain lands in Collingwood. Dismissal of the defendant. [338]
25r Lancs 1674, July 16 Mercer, Robert Watmough, Richard An order as to an auditor's report [339]
19bv Lancs 1674, June 29 Mercer, Robert Watmough, Richard Concerning a matter of account as to certain transactions in wool trade between England and Ireland [340]
40v Lancs 1674, Nov 23 Mercer, Robert Watmough, Richard An order as to a decree for the plaintiff [341]
48v Lancs 1674, Nov 27 Mercer, Robert Watmough, Richard An order as to an auditor's report. [342]
46r Lancs 1674, Nov 9 Mercer, Robert Watmough, Richard An order as to an auditor's report and as to hearing the cause [343]
87v Lancs 1675, Feb 1 Mercer, Robert Watmough, Richard Concerning a matter of account as to certain transactions in wool trade between England and Ireland [344]
73r Ches 1674, Nov 26 Minshull, Randle, gentleman Golborne, Mary, widow; Symon Tildsley sr and jr; John Tildsley; Richard Griffin, esq; and Elizabeth Price, widow Concerning matters of account. [345]
29r Ches 1674, June 26 Minshull, Ranulph Golburne, Mary, widow; and others An order as to exceptions to auditors' certificates etc. [346]
354v London 1677, Feb 20 Moore, John, & Isabel his wife, late Isabel Robson; John Forbes, & Margaret his wife, the said Isabel and Margaret being administrators of Thomas Robson deceased Cooper, Peter Concerning a matter of account [347]
29r Denbigh/Merioneth 1674, July 8 Morgan, John; William Price; and John Pugh Attorney General; Thomas Hodgkin; and Thomas Powell An order as to the production of certain books and papers of accounts. [348]
233r Herts 1676, Feb 14 Mounson, Sir John, knight and baronet; Dame Ursula his wife; and Sir John Mounson, knight of the Bath Dacres, Sir Robert, knight Concerning fines etc due from the defendant to the plaintiffs for divers lands held of the manor of Chesthunt. [349]
198r Herts 1675, Nov 10 Mownson, Sir John, knight and baronet; Dame Ursula his wife; and Sir John Mounson, knight of the Bath Dacres, Sir Robert, knight Concerning fines etc due from the defendant to the plaintiffs for divers lands held of the manor of Chesthunt. [350]
9v Derbs 1674, June 2 Mundy, Adryan, esq Alestrye, William, esq; Thomas Gery; John Harryman the younger; Joseph Parker; Henry Worden; and William Turner the younger, gentleman Concerning neglect to repair certain river banks to the damage of the plaintiff's mills in Derby formerly parcel of the priory of Darley and as to encroachments into the River Darwent [351]
4v Derbs 1674, June 2 Mundy, Adryan, esq Allestry, William, esq; Thomas Gery; John Harryman the younger; Joseph Parker; Henry Worden; and William Turner the younger, gentleman Concerning neglect to repair certain river banks to the damage of the plaintiff's mills in Derby formerly parcel of the priory of Darley and as to encroachments into the River Darwent [352]
266v Norf 1676, May 1 Nash, John, gentleman; and Stephen Pelham Taylor, Richard, clerk An order as to dismissing the defendant and as to certain money brought into court. [353]
325r Bucks 1676, Nov 16 Nicholls, John, gentleman Smith, Sir William, baronet; and Simon Mayne, gentleman Concerning arrears of rent for tithes arising in Cuddington. An order for a trial at law. [354]
419v Surrey 1677, June 28 Oakes, Edward, an infant by Joy Starre his grandfather and guardian Bulkley, John; and Richard Kentish Concerning certain messuages and land in the parish of St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey [355]
399r Surrey 1677, July 2 Offley, Gabriel, doctor in divinity Glynn, John, esq; Thomas Remnant; John Remnant; James Finch; Elianor Bignold; and Richard Wyatt Concerning certain tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Worplesden. An order for a trial at law as to whether certain lands in Henley Park are within the parish of Worplesden. [356]
202r England 1675, Nov 18 On behalf of the Loyal and Indigent Officers Bennett, Sir John, knight of the Bath, late treasurer of the moneys given by Act of Parliament to the said officers Concerning matters of account. An order for a trial at law. [357]
186r England 1675, Nov 4 On behalf of the Loyal and Indigent Officers Concerning the accounts of Sir John Bennett knight of the Bath, late treasurer of the moneys granted by Act of Parliament for the relief of the Loyal and Indigent Officers. [358]
185v England 1675, Oct 25 On behalf of the Loyal and Indigent Officers Concerning the accounts of Sir John Bennett knight of the Bath, late treasurer of the moneys granted by Act of Parliament for the relief of the Loyal and Indigent Officers. [359]
175v Kent 1675, June 14 Ower, Edward, gentleman Gadd, John, gentleman Concerning matters of account in which divers lands etc in the Ile of Grayne were involved. An order for a trial at law. [360]
203r Kent 1675, Nov 25 Ower, Edward, gentleman Gadd, John, gentleman An order as to a trial at law etc. [361]
230r Kent 1676, Feb 18 Ower, Edward, gentleman Gadd, John, gentleman An order as to reference to an auditor [362]
357v Kent 1677, Feb 19 Ower, Edward, gentleman Gadd, John, gentleman Concerning matters of account in which a farm and lands in the Ile of Grayne were involved. [363]
197v Middx 1675, Dec 7 Oxenbridge, John, & Elizabeth his wife White, Joseph; and Samuel Batton An order as to an auditor's report etc. [364]
174r Middx 1675, June 24 Oxenbridge, John, & Elizabeth his wife White, Joseph; and Samuel Batton Concerning a matter of account in which five messuages in St James' Street were involved. [365]
89r Middx 1675, Jan 28 Palfray, George; and others Barnard, George; and others Concerning the repairs of a certain highway in the parish of St Giles in the Fields [366]
20ar Staffs 1674, May 25 Parker, Thomas, gentleman Malkin, Samuel, & Alice his wife; and Alice Malkin their daughter, an infant by John Brett gentleman her guardian Concerning a mortgage and subsequent purchase of a messuage and divers copyhold lands in the hamlet of Endon in the honor of Horton. [367]
215r Cumber 1675, Nov 22 Parsons, Thomas; and John Robson (entered with Hathwaite v. Smalwood) Noble, John; Henry Winder; George Parker; and Miles Hathwaite Concerning certain customs of tithing in Graystocke. [368]
40r London 1674, Nov 16 Paule, Sir William, knight Finebrace, Bazil, merchant An order as to making the Attorney General a defendant. [369]
52v London 1674, Nov 30 Paule, Sir William, knight Firebrace, Bazill, merchant Concerning the prisage of certain wine imported into London. [370]
25v Hants 1674, June 29 Paule, Sir William, knight, lessee under Sir William Waller, knight, the King's farmer of the prisage of wines brought into this realm Bennett, James, merchant Concerning the prisage of certain wines imported into Southampton [371]
26r London 1674, June 26 Paule, Sir William, knight, lessee under Sir William Waller, knight, the King's farmer of the prisage of wines within the City of London Reeves, Samuel; and Richard Coxe Concerning the prisage of certain wines imported into London [372]
22r Hunts 1674, July 6 Payne, John, gentleman Parrott, Job Concerning certain market tolls at St Neotts. An order as to a trial at law. [373]
160v Surrey 1675, June 10 Peppys, Robert, clerk Rigg, Ambrose Concerning certain tithes in Gatton [374]
163r Surrey 1675, June 24 Pepys, Robert, clerk Rigg, Ambrose Concerning certain tithes in Gatton [375]
175v Surrey 1675, June 30 Pepys, Robert, clerk Rigg, Ambrose Concerning certain tithes in Gatton [376]
38v Hunts 1674, June 26 Pheasant, Peter, esq Smith, Henry; and Thomas Gregory Concerning tithes in Upwood and Great Ravely, parcel of the parish of Upwood. An order for a trial at law. [377]
39r Hunts 1674, June 26 Pheasant, Peter, esq Smith, Henry; and Thomas Gregory Concerning tithes in Upwood and Great Ravely parcel of the parish of Upwood. An order for a trial at law. [378]
116r Hunts 1675, Apr 29 Pheasant, Peter, esq Smith, Henry; and Thomas Gregory An order for reference to an auditor as to the value of certain tithes. [379]
139r Hunts 1675, May 6 Pheasant, Peter, esq Smith, Henry; and Thomas Gregory Concerning tithes in Upwood and Great Raveley, parcel of the parish of Upwood. [380]
140r Hunts 1675, May 6 Pheasant, Peter, esq Smith, Henry; and Thomas Gregory Concerning tithes in Upwood and Great Raveley, parcel of the parish of Upwood. [381]
256r Beds 1676, Apr 12 Philadelphia, lady Wentworth, widow; and others Pryor, William; and others An order as to hearing the cause etc. [382]
256r Beds 1676, Apr 19 Philadelphia, lady Wentworth, widow; and others Pryor, William; and others An order as to hearing the cause etc. [383]
257v Beds 1676, Apr 24 Philadelphia, lady Wentworth, widow; and others Pryor, William; and others An order as to hearing the cause, etc. [384]
30v Beds 1674, July 6 Philadelphia, lady Wentworth, widow; Henrietta Maria, lady Wentworth, baroness of Nettlestead, daughter of the said Lady Wentworth and of Thomas, lord Wentworth deceased and heir of Thomas late earl of Cleveland deceased, an infant by the said Lady Wentworth her mother and next friend; James, earl of Northampton; and Henry, earl of Peterborough Pryor, William; John Kidgell; and John Pilkington Concerning the equity of redemption of divers mortgaged lands in Toddington and elsewhere. [385]
56r Beds 1674, Nov 30 Philadelphia, lady Wentworth, widow; Henrietta Maria, lady Wentworth, baroness of Nettlestead, daughter of the said Lady Wentworth and of Thomas, lord Wentworth deceased and heir of Thomas late earl of Cleveland deceased, an infant by the said Lady Wentwo Pryor, William; John Kidgell; and John Pilkington Concerning the equity of redemption of divers mortgaged lands in Toddington and elsewhere. [386]
196v Beds 1675, Dec 7 Philadelphia, lady Wentworth, widow; Henrietta Maria, lady Wentworth, baroness of Nettlestead, daughter of the said Lady Wentworth and of Thomas, lord Wentworth deceased and heir of Thomas late earl of Cleveland deceased, an infant by the said Lady Wentwo Pryor, William; John Kidgell; and John Pilkington An order as to a report of auditors etc [387]
89v Beds 1675, Feb 3 Philadelphia, lady Wentworth, widow; Henrietta Maria, lady Wentworth, baroness of Nettlestead, daughter of the said Lady Wentworth and of Thomas, lord Wentworth deceased and heir of Thomas late earl of Cleveland deceased, an infant by the said Lady Wentwo Pryor, William; John Kidgell; and John Pilkington Concerning the redemption of divers mortgaged lands in Toddington and elsewhere [388]
160r Beds 1675, June 10 Philadelphia, lady Wentworth, widow; Henrietta Maria, lady Wentworth, baroness of Nettlestead, daughter of the said Lady Wentworth and of Thomas, lord Wentworth deceased and heir of Thomas late earl of Cleveland deceased, an infant by the said Lady Wentwo Pryor, William; John Kidgell; and John Pilkington An order as to reference to auditors [389]
220r Beds 1676, Jan 27 Philadelphia, lady Wentworth; and others Pryor, William; and others An order as to a report of auditors, etc. [390]
296r Beds 1676, June 17 Philadelphia, lady Wentworth; and others Pryor, William; and others An order as to an arbitration. [391]
262r Beds 1676, May 11 Philadelphia, lady Wentworth; and others Pryor, William; and others An order as to hearing the cause etc. [392]
325v Beds 1676, Nov 7 Philadelphia, lady Wentworth; and others Pryor, William; and others An order as to continuing the cause. [393]
398v Beds 1677, July 13 Philadelphia, lady Wentworth; and others Pryor, William; and others An order as to further reference to auditors [394]
396v Beds 1677, July 5 Philadelphia, lady Wentworth; and others Pryor, William; and others An order as to hearing the cause and as to witnesses [395]
396v Beds 1677, June 18 Philadelphia, lady Wentworth; and others Pryor, William; and others An order as to hearing the cause and as to witnesses [396]
373r Beds 1677, May 14 Philadelphia, lady Wentworth; and others Pryor, William; and others An order as to hearing the cause [397]
373r Beds 1677, May 14 Philadelphia, lady Wentworth; and others Pryor, William; and others An order as to certain accounts before auditors [398]
43r Carmarthen/elsewhere 1674, June 4 Phillipps, Thomas; and Phillip Vaughan Attorney General; and Thomas Hodgkins Concerning a matter of account arising out of the collection of Hearth Money in Carmarthen, Pembroke, and Cardiff. [399]
221v Ches 1676, Feb 7 Pickering, Robert, esq Sutton, Thomas AND v. Isaac Typping Concerning certain tithes in Darisbury [400]
401v Ches 1677, June 2 Pickering, Robert, esq Sutton, Thomas; and Isaac Typping An order as to hearning the cause [401]
401v Herts 1677, July 10 Pigott, John, clerk Gladwin, William Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Thundridge [402]
411v Bucks 1677, July 13 Pitcarne alias Wheeler, Andrew, an infant by Richard Graham gentleman his guardian Pitcarne, Charles, & Ann his wife; Gerrrard Bruce; and others Concerning a rent charged upon a farm called Ryding Court within the manors of Datchett and Datchett St Helens [403]
90v Devon 1675, Feb 8 Potbury, Thomas, clerk, vicar of Pehembury White, Christofer Concerning certain tithes in Pehembury [404]
135v Devon 1675, May 18 Potbury, Thomas, clerk, vicar of Pehembury White, Christofer Concerning certain tithes in Pehembury [405]
117r Devon 1675, May 8 Potbury, Thomas, clerk, vicar of Pehembury White, Christofer An order as to hearing the cause. [406]
21bv Kent 1674, June 26 Powle, Sir Richard, knight, & Dame Anne his iwfe Crispe, Thomas, esq An order as to dismissing the defendant. [407]
277v Westmor 1676, May 9 Preston, Sir Thomas, baronet Comine, Edward Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as proprietor of the rectory of Burton. [408]
256v 1676, May 1 Preston, Sir Thomas, knight Comine, Edward An order as to a decree for the plaintiff [409]
96v Corn 1675, Feb 8 Randle, Charles; and William Williams Mayor and Burgesses of Lostwithiell Concerning the duties of anchorage and keelage of all ships arriving within the water and port of Fowey and bushelage of all measurable commodities brought in in such ships. [410]
266r Lancs 1676, Apr 19 Remington, Reginald, gentleman Thorneton, John; Richard Howson; Gyles Butterfield; and others Concerning certain tithes etc in Mellin [411]
21br 1674, June 26 Rhetoricke, John, an infant by Samuel Graunt gentleman his guardian Poste, Isaac, & Elizabeth his wife Concerning the estates of the plaintiff's father and mother [412]
50v Middx 1674, Nov 12 Rhetoricke, John, an infant by Samuel Graunt gentleman his guardian Poste, Isaac, & Elizabeth his wife Concerning three houses in Drury Lane and other possessions of the plaintiff's father and mother [413]
308v Middx 1676, June 8 Richard, earl of Dorset; William, earl of Craven; Clement Spelman, esq, one of the barons of this court; Sir Thomas Littleton, baronet; Sir Charles Harbord, knight (the King's Surveyor General); Sir John Duncombe, knight; and others, commissioners of highways and sewers Browne, Henry, esq Concerning arrangements for purchasing and pulling down the White Hart Inn in the Strand and a stable etc thereto belonging. [414]
325v London 1676, Nov 20 Richard, lord Byron Barton, Isaac An order as to delivering up certain bonds and as to hearing the cause. [415]
166v London 1675, June 10 Richard, lord Byron; and Katherine Eaton, widow, administratrix of John Eaton her late husband deceased Barton, John, merchant Concerning matters of account arising out of a partnership in two ships called "The John" and "St Peter" [416]
270v Middx 1676, Apr 24 Roberts, John, esq Knight, Valentine; Edward Collingwood; Richard Johnson; Andrew Warren; and Thomas Dawson Concerning divers messuages etc in the parish of St Andrewes Holborne [417]
229r Middx 1676, Feb 3 Roberts, John, esq Knight, Valentine; Edward Collingwood; Richard Johnson; Andrew Warren; and Thomas Dawson Concerning divers messuages etc in or near Perpole Lane in the parish of St Andrewes Holborne [418]
63v Bristol City 1674, Nov 12 Roberts, John, esq; and Thomas Ellis Whitwood, James; and Amos Johns Concerning prisage of certain wines imported into Bristol [419]
116r London 1675, May 3 Robinson, George, merchant Player, Sir Thomas, knight; and others An order as to continuing the cause. [420]
171r London 1675, June 30 Robinson, George, merchant, surviving executor of Dame Elizabeth Noel the relict of Sir Martin Noel knight Player, Sir Thomas, knight, chamberlain of the City of London; Nathaniel Noel; Theodorus Noel; Grace Noel; and Elizabeth Noel, infants and younger children of the said Sir Martin and Dame Elizabeth by George Jefferys , esq, common serjeant of the City of Concerning the estate of Dame Elizabeth Noel comprising among other things a messuage in the parish of St Buttolph, Bishopsgate, London, and two tenements in Petty France in the said parish. [421]
21bv London 1674, June 29 Robinson, George, surviving executor of Dame Elizabeth Noell relict of Sir Martin Noel, knight, deceased Player, Sir Thomas, knight, chamberlain of the City of London; Nathaniel Noel; Theodorus Noel; Grace Noel; and Elizabeth Noel, infants and younger children of the said Sir Martin and Dame Elizabeth by George Jefferys , esq, common serjeant of the City of London their next friend and guardian An order as to hearing the cause and as to several leases of a messuage and tenements in the parish of St Buttolph, Bishopsgate, London, and certain mortgage deeds etc. [422]
118v London 1675, May 10 Robinson, George, surviving executor of Dame Elizabeth Noell relict of Sir Martin Noel, knight, deceased Player, Sir Thomas, knight, chamberlain of the City of London; Nathaniel Noel; Theodorus Noel; Grace Noel; and Elizabeth Noel, infants and younger children of the said Sir Martin and Dame Elizabeth by George Jefferys , esq, common serjeant of the City of An order as to a trial at law as to an inventory of the estate of Dame Elizabeth Noel comprising among other things a messuage in the parish of St Buttolphs, Bishopsgate, London and two tenements in Petty France in the said parish. [423]
20br Oxon 1674, June 26 Robinson, Richard Withers, William; William Badley; and Sarah Wythers Concerning a house and stable in the parish of St Ebbs in Oxford. An order for a trial at law. [424]
73r Oxon 1674, Nov 26 Robinson, Richard Wythers, William; William Bodeley; and Sarah Wythers Concerning a house and stable in the parish of St Ebbs in Oxford. [425]
61r Corn 1674, Nov 23 Rolle, Richard, clerk Blake, Anthony An order as to payment of the values of certain tithes. [426]
108v Corn 1675, Jan 25 Rolle, Richard, clerk Blake, Anthony An order as to payment of the values of certain tithes. [427]
94v Corn 1675, Feb 19 Rossington, James, clerk Robyns, John Concerning the costs of a suit as to tithes claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of St Allen. [428]
168r Herefs 1675, June 21 Rudge, John Griffitts, Gyles; and John Watkins Concerning certain money held in trust for the plaintiff's late wife. [429]
256r Herefs 1676, Apr 20 Rudge, John Watkins, John An order as to hearing the cause [430]
230r Herefs 1676, Feb 10 Rudge, John Watkins, John Concerning a house and lands in Weston under Penyard and as to certain money [431]
5v Leics 1674, May 25 Rudgeley, Jane, widow, executrix of Symon Rudgeley, esq, deceased Dixon, John; William Wollaston; Thomas Oldham; and others Concerning glebe lands and tithes in Glenfield [432]
183r Devon 1675, Nov 25 Rutter, Edward, gentleman Colley, Theodorus; Leonard Yeo; Thomas Colley; Henry Chichester; Edward P:ointz; Nicholas Dennis; and Sir John Chichester, baronet Concerning a mortgage of the manor and barton of Brendon. [433]
104v Devon 1675, Feb 13 Rutter, Edward, gentleman Colley, Theodosius; Leonard Yeo; Thomas Colley; Henry Chichester; Edward Pointz; Nicholas Dennis; and Sir John Chichester, baronet Concerning a mortgage of the manor and barton of Brendon and as to matters of account. [434]
118v Devon 1675, Feb 13 Rutter, Edward, gentleman Colley, Theodosius; Leonard Yeo; Thomas Colley; Henry Chichester; Edward Pointz; Nicholas Dennis; and Sir John Chichester, baronet Vacated. Concerning a mortgage of the manor and barton of Brendon. [435]
103v Devon 1675, Feb 13 Rutter, Edward, gentleman Gay, John Concerning a matter of account arising out of the collection of Hearth Money in several hundreds of Devon. [436]
335r Devon 1676, Nov 27 Rutter, Edward, gentleman Trevisa, William, gentleman Concerning a matter of account arising out of the collection of Hearth Money in the hundreds of Lifton, Black Torrington, Tavistocke, and Winckley and in the parish of Beereferris. [437]
407r Northumb 1677, June 21 Ryder, William; Anthony Tunstall; Ralph Hibburne; William Warren; and Luke Ogle Attorney General; and William Applegarth Concerning matter of account arising out of the collection of Hearth Money in Cokadale Wood and other places in Northumberland and in Berwick and in Norham Island and Bedlingtonshire, Durham [438]
408r Northumb 1677, June 21 Salkeld, John; Robert Claxton; Edmond Craister; Nicholas Whitehead; William Armorer; and Martin Fenwick Attorney General; and William Applegarth Concerning matters of account arising out of the collection of Hearth Money in Castle Ward, Morpeth Ward, and Tindall Ward in Northumberland. [439]
217v Hants 1675, Nov 17 Sanderson, Randle, clerk Drake, William, esq; John Noyes; Evan Muspratt; and others Concerning certain tithes in Weyhill. An order for a trial at law. [440]
237v Herts 1676, Feb 10 Savage, John, clerk White, Thomas, gentleman Concerning certain small tithes and offerings claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Ickleford cum Pirton [441]
335v Herts 1676, Nov 23 Savage, John, clerk White, Thomas, gentleman Concerning certain tithes etc., claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Ickleford cum Pirton alias Pirton cum Ickleford [442]
204r Northumb 1675, Nov 11 Sawyer, Sir Edmund, knight, one of the auditors of this court Fenwicke, Ralph; James Craggs, & Jane his wife; and Tristram Taylor Concerning a capital messuage called the Stone House with divers lands etc thereto belonging in or near Greene Leighton. Dismissal of the defendants. [443]
7r Northumb 1674, May 21 Sawyers, Sir Edmund, knight, one of the auditors of this court Fenwicke, Ralph; James Craggs, & Jane his wife; and Tristram Taylor Concerning a capital messuage called the Stone House with divers lands etc thereto belonging in or near Greene Leighton. An order as to a trial at law. [444]
200r Brecon 1675, Oct 28 Sawyers, Sir Edmund, knight, one of the auditors of this court Lloyd, Marmaduke, esq Concerning certain lands in the Forest of Tall y Van within the lordship of Built. [445]
14v Kent 1674, May 11 Say, Robert, doctor in divinity, rector of the church of Orpington and chapelry of Knockholt annexed Jewell, Richard Concerning certain tithes in Knockholt. [446]
373r Essex 1677, May 3 Scras, Henry; and Susan Willingham (entered with AG v. Willingham) Attorney General; and Robert Bertie, es An order as to hearing the causes. [447]
372v Essex 1677, May 16 Scras, Henry; and Susan Willingham (entered with AG v. Willingham) Bertie, Robert, esq; and others An order as to hearing the causes. [448]
396r Essex 1677, June 18 Scras, Henry; and Susan Willingham (entered with AG v. Willingham) Willingham, Susan; and others Concerning 20 acres of meadow and 300 acres of woodland in Low Layton called Wallwood. [449]
327v London 1676, Nov 27 Scudamore, Roger, gentleman Lambert, Roger, esq; and Henry Wynne An order as to making a certain Mr Overbury answerable to the defendants for costs [450]
203r London 1675, Dec 7 Scudamore, Roger, gentleman Lambert, Roger, gentleman; and others An order as to hearing the cause [451]
372v London 1677, May 10 Scudamore, Roger, gentleman Lambert, Roger; and Henry Wynn An order as to dismissing the defendants [452]
380r London 1677, May 17 Scudamore, Roger, gentleman Lambert, Roger; and Henry Wynn Concerning tithes of houses in the parish of St Dunstan in the West, London. Dismissal of the defendants. [453]
415r Middx 1677, June 21 Scudamore, Roger, gentleman Pilsworth, Edward; George Dewy; Roger Standish; and others Concerning customary payments in lieu of tithes for certain messuages in the parish of St Dunstans in the West, London. An order for several trials at law. [454]
173v London 1675, June 10 Scudamore, Roger, gentleman Wynne, Henry; Roger Lambert; and Paul Audley Concerning tithes in St Dunstans in the West [455]
396v London 1677, June 28 Selwood, Samuel, gentleman Bucknall, John, esq Concerning money transactions. [456]
12r Cumber 1674, May 25 Sewell, John; Ann Caipe; William Railton; and others Dean and Chapter of Carlisle; and Bernard Kirkbride, esq Concerning an ancient custom of tithing within the several townships of Carleton, Blackhall, Wray, Blackhallwood; and the Moncke within the several parishes of St Cuthberts and St Mary Carlisle, and Hayton. An order as to a trial at law. [457]
89v Sussex 1675, Feb 13 Sharpe, John, gentleman Bishopp, George, gentleman An order as to an arbitration. [458]
70v Kent 1674, Nov 12 Shawe, Sir John, knight and baronet; Edward Domelowe; and Robert Townson of London, merchants Gilbourne, Henry, esq; and others Concerning lands in Woolwich held by the defendant Gilbourne. [459]
235v London 1676, Feb 7 Sheppard, William, gentleman Sykes, Henry; and the Attorney General Concerning certain messuages in White Fryers, London, involved in certain matters of account. [460]
313r Norf 1676, June 15 Simpson, William, clerk Porter, William Concerning certain tithes in Heydon and Irmingland [461]
308r Worcs 1676, June 8 Skinner, William, clerk Smith, Edmund Concerning certain tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Hartlebury. [462]
46r Lincs 1674, Nov 9 Smith, John, esq, sole surviving executor and trustee of Ralph Eure, esq Mudd, Nicholas, gentleman, executor of John Mudd, deceased An order as to hearing the cause [463]
63r Lincs 1674, Nov 19 Smith, John, esq; and Nicholas Smith, gentleman, executors and trustees of Ralph Eure, esq, deceased Mudd, Nicholas, gentleman, executor of John Mudd, deceased Concerning a matter of account. [464]
36r Essex 1674, July 16 Smith, Thomas, of Rayneham, clerk Fifield, Richard, esq Concerning certain tithes etc., claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Raynham. [465]
169v Ches 1675, June 30 Starkey, William; and William Willoughby Moseley, Jane, executrix of Nicholas Moseley, esq, deceased Concerning a matter of account arising out of the collection of Hearth Money in Cheshire. [466]
116v Devon 1675, May 4 Stevens, Henry (and cross suit) Treble, John; and others Concerning grinding of corn by the inhabitants of South Molton at Molle Mills. [467]
92v Devon 1675, Feb 11 Stevens, Henry, gentleman (entered with Atkey v. Stevens) Treble, John; and others Concerning grinding of corn by the inhabitants of South Molton at Molle Mills. [468]
128v Devon 1675, May 18 Stevens, Henry, gentleman (entered with Atkey v. Stevens) Treble, John; and others Concerning grinding of corn by the inhabitants of South Molton at Molle Mills. [469]
33v Lincs 1674, July 16 Still, William, clerk, executor of John Still, clerk Prymate, Stephen, clerk Concerning arrears of a pension out of the rectory of Denton, Lincolnshire, payable to the prebendary of the prebend of North Grantham in Salisbury Cathedral. [470]
399v Lancs 1677, July 2 Stopford, William Harrop, James Concerning a bond for performance of an award as to a messuage in Ashton under Lyne [471]
326r Glouc 1676, Nov 13 Teringham, Katherine, widow Yarworth, James Concerning coal pits and quarries in the Forest of Deane. An order as to a case to be stated. [472]
302r Glouc 1676, June 12 Teringham, Katherine, widow Yerworth, James; and others An order as to continuing the cause etc. [473]
400r Lincs 1677, June 25 Thacker, William; Thomas Buck; Willliam Angell; and others Wymondsold, Robert; Richard Wymondsold; Dame Jane Wymondsold, widow; Sir Walter Clarges, baronet, & Dame Jane his wife Concerning copyhold estates in the manor of Deeping St James alias East Deeping [474]
125r Norf 1675, May 3 Thexton, Robert, clerk Thompson, Nicholas Concerning certain tithes due to the plaintiff as rector of Gymingham [475]
194r Norf 1675, Nov 8 Thexton, Robert, clerk Thompson, Nicholas Concerning certain tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Girningham [476]
333v Warw 1676, Dec 1 Thomas, lord Leigh, baron of Stoneley an infant by Sir William Bromley, knight of the Bath, his guardian and grandson and executor of Thomas, lord Leigh, deceased Downes, John, gentleman. Bill of Revivor. Concerning the tithes of a certain coppice wood in the hamlet of Finham claimed by the plaintiff as ownerof the rectory of Stoneley. [477]
310r Glouc 1676, June 12 Thomas, William, doctor in divinity, dean and the chapter of Worcester; and Joan Ashcombe, widow President and Scholars of Magdalen College, Oxford; Michael Rutter, esq; Humfrey Jennings, esq; and others Concerning tithes of certain enclosed lands in Quiriton [478]
161v Worcs 1675, June 17 Thorneburgh, William, clerk Holborough, Samuel Concerning certain tithes claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Wolverley. An order for a trial at law. [479]
207v Worcs 1675, Nov 25 Thorneburgh, William, clerk Holborough, Samuel Concerning tithes of certain wood cut by the defendant in Woolverley [480]
389r Surrey 1677, May 3 Tillotson, John, doctor in divinity, dean of Canterbury and the Chapter of the same Clewer, William, doctor in divinity Concerning a pension claimed by the plaintiffs from the defendant as vicar of Croydon. [481]
159r Oxon 1675, June 13 Tomlinson, Thomas, clerk Carter, Richard An order as to a trial at law etc. [482]
100r Essex 1675, Jan 25 Tooker, John, clerk, rector of Vange Griffin, Thomas Concerning the tithes of a moiety of a marsh called Northbred ward marsh in the parish of Vange. [483]
409v Lincs 1677, June 25 Topham, George, clerk, vicar of Deeping St James alias East Deeping (and cross bill) Wymondsold, Robert; Richard Wymondsold; Dame Jane Wymondsold, widow; Sir Walter Clarges, baronet, & Dame Jane his wife Concerning tithes and rates claimed to be due to the vicar of Deeping St James alias East Deeping. Dismissal of causes. [484]
72v Yorks 1674, Nov 23 Topham, Lyonell, esq, son, heir, and executor of Francis Topham, esq, deceased, an infant by Sir Robert Peyton, knight, his guardian; and Elizabeth Atkinson, widow, administratrix of Francis Atkinson, clerk, deceased Wharton, Humfrey, esq Bill of revivor. Concerning tithes of lead ore in the manor of Fremington and elsewhere within the parish of East Greenton. An order as to a trial at law. [485]
54v Corn 1674, Dec 7 Tredenham, Sir Joseph, knight Vincent, John, gentleman Concerning an outlawry of one Chamond Penhallowe; and an extent of his lands. [486]
158v Devon 1675, June 30 Trevisa, William, esq Rutter, Edward, gentleman Concerning a matter of account arising out of the plaintiff's employment as collector of Hearth Money in the hundreds of Black Torrington, Lifton, Tavistocke, Winckley and Beereferris parish in Roughborough hundred. [487]
330r Devon 1676, Nov 27 Trevisa, William, gentleman Rutter, Edward, gentleman Concerning a matter of account arising out of the collection of hearth money. [488]
372r Devon 1677, May 18 Trevisa, Wlliam Rutter, Edward, gentleman Concerning a matter of account [489]
37r Middx 1674, July 16 Tudor, Thomas, gentleman; James Bradshaw, gentleman; Francis Knight; George Knight; Charles Knight, infants by the said James Bradshaw their next friend and guardian; Francis Carlos, & Mary his wife; and Valentine Knight the younger Smith, William; Robert Thorowton; and James Thorowton Concerning the disposal of certain money for the maintenance of the infant plaintiffs. [490]
199r Oxon 1675, Nov 18 Turner, Bryan, clerk Weedon, Barnard; Richard Kilby; Lawrence Lord, gentleman; and others Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Soulderne. An order for a trial at law. [491]
141r Middx 1675, Apr 22 Turner, Grace, widow, administratrix of Ambrose Turner gentleman deceased Lambe, John, clerk, & Elizabeth his wife Concerning a recognizance entered into by Ambrose Turner gentleman deceased to one Edmund Dove. [492]
189v Essex 1675, Nov 4 Turner, Sir Edward, knight (chief baron of the exchequer) Kendall, John, gentleman; Thomas Ray; William Lord; and others Concerning repair of the fences of a forest heretofore belonging to the manor of Hatfield Berry in the parishes of Hatfield Broadoake Takeley Canfield and Stansted Mountfichett and as to rights of common in the said Forest. [493]
116v Essex 1675, May 6 Turner, Sir Edward, knight (chief baron of the exchequer) Kendall, John; and others Concerning a claim of common [494]
185r Essex 1675, Oct 28 Turner, Sir Edward, knight (chief baron of the exchequer) Kendall, John; and others An order as to a decree for the plaintiff [495]
65r London/Devon 1674, Dec 7 Turnesley, Roger Attorney General; and Edward Rutter, gentleman An order as to certain books and papers relating to the receipt of Hearth Money. [496]
16v London/Devon 1674, May 14 Turnesley, Roger Attorney General; and Edward Rutter, gentleman Concerning two bonds entered into by the plaintiff as security for one Henry Wilson deceased. [497]
98r London/Corn 1675, Feb 25 Turnesley, Roger Attorney General; and Edward Rutter, gentleman Concerning two bonds entered into by the plaintiff as security for one Henry Wilson deceased. [498]
1v Devon 1674, May 7 Turnesley, Roger Rutter, Edward, gentleman An order as to hearing the cause. [499]
132r Essex 1675, May 10 Turnor, Sir Edward, knight, chief baron of this court Kendall, John; Thomas Ray; and others An order for a trial at law as to rights of common in a forest heretofore belonging to the manor of Hatfield Berry. [500]
130v Essex 1675, May 6 Turnor, Sir Edward, knight, chief baron of this court Kendall, John; Thomas Ray; William Lord; and others Concerning repair of the fences of a forest heretofore belonging to the manor of Hatfield Berry in the parishes of Hatfield Broadoake Takeley Canfield and Stansted Mountfichett and as to rights of common in the said Forest. [501]
165r Herefs 1675, June 30 Tyrer, Thomas, clerk Tower, George Concerning tithe of certain wood in Mauncells Hope alias Hope Mauncell. An order for a trial at law. [502]
62v London 1674, Nov 12 Umfravile, William, esq Fludier, William; Andrew Cox; Benjamin Smith; and Mary Crofts Concerning the tithes of several houses and shops in the parish of St Buttolphes without Aldgate [503]
94v London 1675, Feb 4 Umfravile, William, esq; and Charles Umfravile, esq Goodwyn, James; and Clement Plumsted Concerning the tithes of several houses and shops in the parish of St Buttolphes without Aldgate [504]
229r London 1676, Feb 10 Umfrevile, William, esq (entered with Raymond v. Umfreville and Umfrevile) Jernat, Philip, esq; Jonathan Raymund; and Owein Halton An order as to costs etc. [505]
280v London/Middx 1676, Apr 18 Umfrevile, William, esq (entered with Raymond v. Umfreville and Umfrevile) Raymond, Jonathan; Phillip Jarriatt; and Owen Halton Concerning the tithes of certain messuages in the parish of St Buttolph without Algate. An order as to a trial at law. [506]
162r London 1675, June 7 Umfrevile, William, esq; and Charles Umfrevile, esq Goodwyn, James; and Clement Plumsted Concerning the tithes of several houses and shops in the parish of St Buttolphes without Aldgate [507]
163r London 1675, June 24 Umfrevile, William, esq; and Charles Umfrevile, esq Plumstead, Clement; and James Goodwyn Concerning the tithes of several houses and shops in the parish of St Buttolphes without Aldgate [508]
172v London 1675, June 30 Umfrevile, William, esq; and Charles Umfrevile, esq Plumstead, Clement; and James Goodwyn Concerning the tithes of several houses and shops in the parish of St Buttolphes without Aldgate [509]
160r Staffs 1675, June 10 Vincent, William, clerk, vicar of Acton Trusell and Bednall Launder, George, occupier of certain meadow grounds called Plash and Deepmore in the titheable places of the said vicarages or one of them Concerning tithe hay arising within the vicarage of Acton truscall and Bednall or one of them. An order for a trial at law as to an alleged "modus." [510]
257v Staffs 1676, Apr 27 Vincent, William, clerk, vicar of Acton Trusell and Bednall Launder, George, occupier of certain meadow grounds called Plash and Deepmore in the titheable places of the said vicarages or one of them Concerning tithe hay arising within the vicarage of Acton Trussell and Bednall or one of them. An order for a trial at law as to an alleged "modus." [511]
60v Lancs 1674, Dec 7 Wadsworth, Hugh, gentleman Holt, Alexander; Willliam Austin; Nicholas Shuttleworth; Edward Rigby; John Cockshutt; William Jonas; and Katherine Sherburne Concerning the redemption of a mill and divers lands in Little Mitton and Catterall. An order as to a trial at law. [512]
25v Bristol City 1674, June 29 Waller, Sir William, knight, farmer of the King's prisage of wines brought into this realm Whittwood, James, merchant Concerning the prisage of certain wines imported into Bristol [513]
28v Ches 1674, June 29 Warburton, Sir George, baronet Oaseley, John, gentleman Concerning a messuage called the "Crowe Neast" and divers lands etc alleged by the plaintiff to be held of his manor or manors of Budworth and Aston. Dismissal of the defendant. [514]
354r London 1677, Feb 20 Warcupp, Ann, an infant by Henry Dodd, gentleman, her guardian Colley, Theodorus; Leonard Yeo; Thomas Colley; Henry Chichester; Edward P:ointz; Nicholas Dennis; and Sir John Chichester, baronet An order that Edward Rutter gentleman and Dame Mary his wife be made defendants as to a commission to take their answers and as to ccontinuing the cause. [515]
418r London 1677, July 2 Warcupp, Ann, an infant by Henry Dodd, gentleman, her guardian Colley, Theodorus; Leonard Yeo; Thomas Colley; Henry Chichester; Edward P:ointz; Nicholas Dennis; and Sir John Chichester, baronet Concerning a certain part of the estate of George Warcup late of London, merchant, deceased, the plaintiff's father. [516]
173v London/Devon 1675, June 30 Warcupp, Ann, an infant by Henry Dodd, gentleman, her guardian Colley, Theodosius; Leonard Yeo; and others An order as to hearing the cause [517]
185v London 1675, Nov 11 Warcupp, Ann, an infant by Henry Dodd, gentleman, her guardian Yeo, Leonard; Thomas Colley; and others An order as to continuing the cause [518]
218r London 1675, Dec 7 Warcupp, Ann, an infant by Henry Dodd, gentleman, her guardian Yeo, Leonard; Thomas Colley; Henry Chichester; Edward Pointz; and Nicholas Dennis Concerning matters of account. [519]
187v London 1675, Nov 18 Warcupp, Ann, an infant by Henry Dodd, gentleman, her guardian Yeo, Leonard; Thomas Colley; Henry Chichester; Edward Pointz; and Nicholas Dennis Concerning matters of account [520]
403r London 1677, June 21 Warner, Robert Bennett, Leonard, esq; Edward Gerrard; John Letton; Nathaniel Letton; Gerrard Vanheythinson; James Vanacker; and Francis Vanacker gentleman Concerning several tofts in the parish of St Mary Mounthaw, London [521]
1v Glouc 1674, May 15 Warner, William Veele, Thomas, esq Vacated. An order as to certain desired amendments of a decretal order etc. [522]
124r Glouc 1675, May 18 Warner, William, gentleman Veele, Thomas, esq An order as to a commission to auditors [523]
258r Glouc 1676, Apr 27 Warner, William, gentleman Veele, Thomas, esq An order as to a report of auditors etc. [524]
258v Glouc/Wilts 1676, May 11 Warner, William, gentleman Veele, Thomas, esq An order as to cancelling a recognizance [525]
339r Glouc 1676, Nov 20 Warner, William, gentleman Veele, Thomas, esq Concerning matters of account. [526]
412v Glouc 1677, July 10 Warner, William, gentleman Veele, Thomas, esq Concerning matters of account [527]
396r Kent 1677, June 18 Warner, William, gentleman Veele, Thomas, esq An order as to hearing the cause [528]
300r Monmouth 1676, June 12 Waters, John, gentleman Powell, William; John William Richard; and Cecill Lewis, widow Concerning tithes in Bedwelty and Mynythystloyn. Dismissal of the defendants. [529]
73v Cumber 1674, Nov 23 Watson, George; John Parker; and others Cooke, William, gentleman; and others Concerning fines and customs in the manor of Papcastle. An order as to a trial at law. [530]
312r Hants 1676, June 8 Webb, Edward, clerk Arnold alias Vertue, John; John Winckworth; Nicholas Winckworth; William Frances; and John Newman Concerning certain tithes claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Kingscleere. An order for a trial at law. [531]
29r Corn 1674, July 16 Webb, Nicholas; and others Rutter, Edward, gentleman An order for a trial at law as to a matter of account arising out of the collection of hearth money in the hundreds of Shebeane, Fremington, and Hartland and the town and parish of Biddeford and Northam. [532]
21br Devon 1674, June 26 Webb, Nicholas; and others Rutter, Edward, gentleman An order as to an auditor's report [533]
52v Oxon 1674, Dec 7 Whorwood, Thomas, esq James, lord Norris; Vere Bertie, esq; Edward Cooke; Phillip Burton; John Boate; and Gilbert Trowe Concerning a matter of account [534]
40v Oxon 1674, Nov 19 Whorwood, Thomas, esq James, lord Norris; Vere Bertie, esq; Edward Cooke; Phillip Burton; John Boate; and Gilbert Trowe Concerning a matter of account [535]
137r Oxon 1675, May 18 Whorwood, Thomas, esq James, lord Norris; Vere Bertie, esq; Edward Cooke; Phillip Burton; John Boate; and Gilbert Trowe Concerning matters of account [536]
48r Suff 1674, Nov 19 Wickham, Henry, clerk Greene, Richard, gentleman; George Greene; and Robert Borrett Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Wilby. An order for a trial at law. [537]
220v Suff 1676, Feb 3 Wickham, Henry, clerk Greene, Richard; and Robert Borrett An order as to an auditor's report [538]
201r Suff 1675, Nov 18 Wickham, Henry, clerk, rector of Wilby Greene, Richard, gentleman; George Greene; and Robert Borrett Concerning tithes in Wilby. [539]
225v Suff 1676, Feb 10 Wickham, Henry, clerk, rector of Wilby Greene, Richard; George Greene; and Robert Borrett Concerning certain tithes in Wilby [540]
61v Suff 1674, Nov 19 Wickham, Henry, clerk, rector of Wilby Thrower, Robert; and Thomas Clowting Concerning customs of tithing calves and cheeses in Wilby [541]
117r Norf 1675, Apr 29 Widdington, Ralph, doctor of divinity and the Lady Margaretts Professor of Divinity in the University of Cambridge and rector of Terrington in Marshand Barker, Peter; Richard Farthing; William Betts; and John Henson Concerning the tithes of "Coleseede" in Terrington. [542]
98v Norf 1675, Feb 11 Widdrington, Ralph, doctor of divinity Barker, Peter; Richard Farthing; William Betts; and John Henson Concerning the tithes of "Coleseede" in Terrington. [543]
171v Norf 1675, June 17 Widdrington, Ralph, doctor of divinity, the Lady Margarets Professor of Divinity in the University of Cambridge and rector of Terrington in Marshland Barker, Peter; Richard Farthing; William Betts; and John Henson, clerk Concerning tithes of "Coleseede" in Terrington. [544]
39v Berks 1674, Nov 19 Wilkinson, Thomas, clerk, vicar of Lawrence Waltham Foote, Sir Thomas, baronet Concerning tithes in Lawrence Waltham [545]
312v Kent 1676, June 15 Williams, John, clerk, vicar of Wrotham Jarratt, Thomas Concerning certain tithes in Wrotham. [546]
377v Northumb 1677, May 14 Williamson, Ralph, gentleman, & Mary his wife; and Elizabeth Ramsey, spinster his sister, daughters and heires of George Ramsey esq of Bewicke, the said Elizabeth being an infant by the said Ralph Williamson her guardian Delavall, William, & Mary his wife; William Widdington; and others Concerning the manor, town, and lordship of Old Bewicke with the appurtenances, messuages, and demesnes of New Bewicke in Eglingham parish, the town and township of East Lilburne with the appurtenances and mill in Old Bewicke and several farms, lands, mines etc in Old Bewicke, New Bewicke, East Lilburne, and Eglingham, and elsewhere in Northumberland. [547]
340r Wilts 1676, Nov 20 Wilson, John, clerk, vicar of Ramsbury Knackstone, Jonathan; Thomas Chamberlaine; and Robert Chamberlaine Concerning certain tithes in Ramsbury. An order for a trial at law. [548]
156v Worcs 1675, June 21 Winford, Sir John, knight James, Higgins; Robert Viccaris; John Hill; and others Concerning rents and services due to the plaintiff as lord of the manor of Astley [549]
260r Worcs 1676, May 1 Wintour, Dame Mary Talbott, Gilbert, esq; and others An order as to certain arrears of rents etc. [550]
303r Worcs 1676, June 19 Wintour, Dame Mary, relict of Sir George Wintour, baronet, deceased Talbott, Gilbert, esq; Mertin Touchett, esq; Francis Finch, esq; John Bearecroft, esq; William Talbott, esq; George Park; and William Norris Concerning the manors of Huddington and Cooksey and a house in Cooksey called Batchcott and other lands etc lately belonging to Sir George Wintour baronet deceased. [551]
402v Worcs 1677, July 10 Wintour, Dame Mary, relict of Sir George Wintour, baronet, deceased Talbott, The Honorable Gilbert; and others Concerning a house called Batchcott and the lands thereto belonging [552]
294r Worcs 1676, June 12 Wintour, Dame Mary, widow Talbott, Gilbert, esq; and others An order as to hearing the cause, etc. [553]
91r Lincs 1675, Feb 11 Wright, Richard, clerk Holland, William; William Scott; Richard Hill; and others Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Laughton. An order for a trial at law as to an alleged customary payment in lieu of tithe milk. [554]
406r Salop 1677, July 11 Wright, Thomas, clerk; Robert Dorsett; William Spicer, clerk; John Millichapp; John Sparry, gentleman; Henry Longmore, gentleman; and Richard james Rawlins, Gyles, clerk Concerning certain alleged customary payments in lieu of certain tithes in Higgley. An order for a trial at law. [555]
329v Middx 1676, Nov 23 Yarwood, Randolph, clerk Griffith, Thomas Concerning the glebe lands and tithes of the vicarage of St Pancras assigned to the defendant for payment of a debt [556]
412r Middx 1677, June18 Yearwood, Randolph, clerk Griffith, Thomas Concerning matters of account in which the glebe lands and tithes of the vicarage of St Pancras were involved. [557]