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15r Bucks 1677, Dec_6__ Adeane, Thomas, esq; William Abraham, gentleman, his next friend (and cross suit) Wade, Edward; and Joseph Newell Concerning copyhold lands in the manor of Princes Risborough and as to access to the Court Rolls and Surveys of the said manor. [1]
284v Lincs 1681, Apr 28 Afforby, Charles, clerk Newcomen, Thomas, gentleman; and Nicholas Newcomen, since deceased Concerning tithes due to the plaintiff as rector of Mablethorpe St May and Staine. [2]
207r London 1680, Feb 19 Allen, Thomas, vintner Hopkins, Jane, widow; Daniel Bates; and John Thompson Concerning a valuation of wines and goods in the "Fountaine Taverne" in the parish of St Andrews, Holborn, London, upon transfer of the said house from the defendant Hopkins to a kinsman of the plaintiff. Dismissal of the plaintiff's bill. [3]
336r Salop 1682, Feb 9 Allenson, William; William Menlove; Lewis Bevan; and others Wicherley, Daniel, gentleman, lord of said manor Concerning customs and fines in the manor of Wem. [4]
247r Suff 1680, Dec 9 Alston, Joseph, esq Glanvile, Richard, esq; and others Concerning matters of account [5]
263r Suff 1681, Feb 14 Alston, Joseph, esq Glanvile, Richard, esq; and others Concerning the payment of certain money. [6]
264r Suff 1681, Feb 7 Alston, Joseph, esq Glanvile, Richard, esq; and others An order as to hearing the cause [7]
159r Suff 1679, June 30 Alston, Joseph, esq Porter, James, esq; Richard Glanvile, gentleman; and George Stinton, gentleman Concerning the manor of Brookshall and divers lands in Whitton, Ipswich, and elsewhere lateley belonging to Gilbert Havers merchant deceased a bankrupt and a Crown debtor. [8]
197r Suff 1680, Feb 19 Alston, Joseph, esq Porter, James, esq; Richard Glanvile, gentleman; and George Stinton, gentleman Concerning the profits of the manor of Brookeshall and of divers other lands in Whitton, Ipswich, and elsewhere in Suffolk. An order as to an auditor's report. [9]
287r Suff 1681, May 2 Alston, Joseph, esq, surviving trustee of the creditors of Gilbert Havers merchant a bankrupt. Attorney General; James Porter, esq; Richard Glanvile, gentleman; George Stinton, gentleman, assignees under an extent against the estate o the said Havers. Concerning an extent and lease o the manor of Brookhall and others lands lately belonging to Gilbert Havers merchant deceased a bankrupt and Crown debtor. [10]
183r Suff 1679, Nov 30 Apprice, William; John Girling; and William Pope Anselme, Abraham; John Perry; Edward Buckley, esq; John Rampley; and Thomas Hustler, gentleman Concerning a matter of account arising out of the collection of Hearth Money in certain parts of Norfolk and Suffolk. [11]
309v Norf/Suff 1681, July 2 Apprice, William; John Girling; and William Pope Attorney General; Abraham Anselme since deceased; John Perey; Edward Buckley, esq, late farmers of Hearth Money; John Rampley, receiver general for the said farmers in Norfolk and Suffolk; and Thomas Laistler, gentleman Concerning a bond entered into by the plaintiffs for due excecution by the plaintiff Apprice of the office or a collector of Hearth Money. [12]
233v Surrey 1680, June 28 Arden, Thomas, esq Field, Frances, widow, administratrix of Edmond Field, esq; and Nicholas Clarke, gentleman Concerning rent of divers lands in Cashalton. [13]
47r London 1678, May 6 Arnold, Michael, gentleman Attorney General (Sir William Jones, knight); Gyles Lytcott, esq, comptroller genral of the accounts of the King's customs; and Richard Mountney, esq, late receiver general and cashier of the King's customs Concerning a bond entered into by the plaintiff as security for Robert Stockdale, esq, collector of the King's customs in the port of Dover, Dismissal of the defendants. [14]
56r Lincs 1678, June 6 Asfordby, Charles, clerk Newcomen, Christopher, gentleman Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Mablethorpe St Mary cum Staine. An orde for a trial at law. [15]
85v Lincs 1678, Nov 14 Asfordby, Charles, clerk Newcomen, Christopher, gentleman An order for a trial at law as to certain tithes in Mablethorpe [16]
136v Lincs 1679, May 22 Asfordby, Charles, clerk Newcomen, Christopher, gentleman Concerning tithes and customary payments in lieu thereof due to the plaintiff as rector of Mablethorpe St Mary cum Staine. [17]
335r Lincs 1682, Feb 9 Asfordby, Charles, clerk Newcomen, Nicholas, since deceased, among others Proceedings Revived. Concerning tithes due to the plaintiff as rector of Mablethorpe St Marys [18]
244v Lincs 1680, Nov 11 Asfordby, Charles, clerk Newcomen, Nicholas; and Thomas Newcomen, gentleman Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Mablethorpe St Marys cum Staine. [19]
262v Lincs 1681, Jan 27 Asfordby, Charles, clerk Newcomen, Nicholas; and Thomas Newcomen, gentleman Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Mablethorpe St Mary cum Staines. [20]
322r London/Surrey 1681, Dec 3 Ashton, Margaret, widow Gillingham, Roger, esq; and William Gael Concerning an annuity, to payment of which a messuage and lands in Kingston upon Thames and divers houses in Currier's Alley in Shoe Lane, London, were liable. [21]
303r London/Surrey 1681, July 1 Ashton, Margaret, widow Gillingham, Roger, esq; and William Gael Concerning an annuity claimed by the plaintiff to payment of which a messuage and lands in Kingston upon Thames and divers houses in Currier's Alley in Shoe Lane, London, were liable. [22]
383v London/Surrey 1682, July 11 Ashton, Margaret, widow Gillingham, Roger, esq; and William Gael Concerning rents of certain messuages in Kingston and Currier's Alley [23]
366v London/Surrey 1682, May 12 Ashton, Margaret, widow Gillingham, Roger, esq; and William Gael An order for payment of certain money received from the tenants of certain messuages in Kingstone and in Currier's Alley. [24]
383r Ches 1682, June 26 Aspinwall, Samuel Holland, Stephen Concerning an account of money received for the rent of several messuages in the minoryes in the parish of St Buttolph, Aldgate [25]
125r Glouc 1679, Feb 3 Astrey, Samuel, esq Browneing, John, esq, since deceased Concerning a sale of the manor of Awst. [26]
66r Bucks 1678, June 27 Atterbury, Lewis, doctor of divinity Stafford, Henry, esq; and others Concerning the glebe lands of the rectory of Milton alias Middleton Keynes [27]
86r Bucks 1678, Oct 31 Atterbury, Lewis, doctor of divinity Stafford, Henry, esq; and others An order for a trial at law. [28]
180r Bucks 1679, Oct 30 Atterbury, Lewis, doctor of divinity Stafford, Henry, esq; and others An order as to a trial at law. [29]
283r Leics/Northt 1681, Apr 28 Attorney General Carrington, Francis lord; Sir Joseph Sheldon, knight; Sir Robert Clayton, knight, two of the aldermen of the City of London; Henry Nevill, esq; John Morris, esq; and William Brent, esq Concerning money transactions in which the manors of Holt Presgrave Drayton Bridge and Medburne and divers lands etc in Leicestershire and Northamptonshire were involved, the money lent upon the security of the said possessions having been forfeited to the Crown. [30]
147r Northt 1679, June 26 Attorney General Cave, Sir Roger, baronet An order as to payment of certain money to the earl of Peterborough. [31]
255r London 1680, Nov 4 Attorney General Cox, Gabriell; Francis Terrence; and Martin Dinance Concerning certain money fraudulently assigned by the defendant Cox a popish recusant to the other defendants to avoid the penal laws in case he should be convicted. [32]
69r Kent 1678, June 28 Attorney General Debutt, James; Richard Newton; and Robert Newton Vacated. Concerning extended lands seized into the King's hands. [33]
135r Lincs 1679, May 21 Attorney General Farmer, Sir Edward, knight An order as to rehearing the cause. [34]
6r Lincs 1677, Nov 22 Attorney General Farmer, Sir Edward, knight; and others An interlocutory declaration [35]
151v Lincs 1679, June 26 Attorney General Farmer, Sir Edward, knight; and others An order as to continuing the cause [36]
153v Lincs 1679, July 7 Attorney General Farmer, Sir Edward, knight; and Thomas Farmer, esq Concerning certain marsh land in or near Holbech. An order for a trial at law. [37]
86r London 1678, Dec 5 Attorney General FitzMaurice, Raymund, esq; and others Concerning allowance to the victualler of the Navy for money imprested. [38]
86v London 1678, Dec 9 Attorney General FitzMaurice, Raymund, esq; and others An order as to postponing the cause [39]
270r Leics 1681, Feb 3 Attorney General Francis, lord Carrington; Sir Joseph Sheldon, knight; Sir Robert Clayton, knight, two of the aldermen of London; Henry Nevill, esq; Ivo Morrice, esq; and William Brent, esq Concerning money transactions in which the manors of Holt Presgrave Drayton Bridge and Medburne and divers lands etc in Leicestershire and Northamptonshire were involved, the money lent upon the security of the said possessions having been forfeited to the Crown. [40]
340r Leics/Northt 1682, Jan 26 Attorney General Francis, lord Carrington; Sir Joseph Sheldon, knight; Sir Robert Clayton, knight, two of the aldermen of London; Henry Nevill, esq; Ivo Morrice, esq; and William Brent, esq Concerning an assignment of several terms of years in several manors, lands, etc., in Leicestershire and Northamptonshire upon borrowing of certain money, which money was alleged to have been forfeited to the Crown. [41]
382r Leics/Northt 1682, June 29 Attorney General Francis, lord Carrington; Sir Joseph Sheldon, knight; Sir Robert Clayton, knight, two of the aldermen of London; Henry Nevill, esq; Ivo Morrice, esq; and William Brent, esq Concerning money transactions in which the manors of Holt Presgrave Drayton Bridge and Medburne and divers lands etc in Leicestershire and Northamptonshire were involved, the money lent upon the security of the said possessions having been forfeited to the Crown. [42]
339r Pembroke 1682, Feb 14 Attorney General Herbert, Morgan, esq; and others Concerning matters of account in which a lease of the rectory of Lambeder was involved. An order for a trial at law. [43]
227r Pembroke 1680, June 14 Attorney General Herbert, Morgan; Thomas Powell; Morgan Lloyd, esq; and Faulke Robert, gentleman, trustees and guardians of one Lucius Lloyd deceased Concerning a lease of the rectory of Llanbeder held under the charter of St Davids, a tenement called Keven y Mayes, tolls of fairs and courts, and other the estate of Lucius Lloyd deceased, reputed son of Sir Francis Lloyd, knight, deceased, a felon de se. [44]
21v Yorks 1678, Jan 28 Attorney General Holroyd, John; Joseph Armitage; and John Rhodes Concerning the duties of aulnage [45]
37r London 1678, Apr 18 Attorney General Jenkinson, Durant; and Nicholas Eaton An order as to hearing the cause [46]
25r London 1678, Jan 24 Attorney General Jenkinson, Durant; and Nicholas Eaton Concerning the duty on certain wine imported into London. [47]
147r Notts 1679, July 10 Attorney General Lewis, Thomas, esq An order as to hearing the cause etc. [48]
177v Devon/Som 1679, Dec 13 Attorney General Parker, Edmund, esq; and others An order as to continuing the cause. [49]
23r Herts 1678, Feb 4 Attorney General Partridge, Seth; and others An order as to continuing the cause [50]
309r Middx 1681, July 1 Attorney General Sharpe, John; John Coldham; and George Coldham An order for a trial at law as to whether certain newly erected buildings in East Smithfield are or will be to the damage or annoyance of the Tower of London. [51]
316r Kingston upon Hull 1681, Dec 3 Attorney General Standish, William; and Michael Harrison Concerning a matter of account. [52]
335v Yorks 1682, Feb 21 Attorney General Standish, William; and Michael Harrison Concerning a matter of account [53]
151v Bristol City 1679, July 9 Attorney General Waller, Sir William, knight; John Warren; John Moseley; and others An order as to continuing the cause [54]
341r Middx 1682, Feb 20 Attorney General (Sir Creswell Levinz, knight) Sharpe, John; John Coldham; and George Coldham Concerning certain newly erected buildings alleged to be to the damage and annoyance of the Tower of London [55]
366v Lancs 1682, May 22 Attorney General (Sir Robert Sawyer, knight) Moseley, Edward, esq; Oswald Moseley, esq; Ann Moseley; and Francis Moseley, clerk Concerning an annuity charged upon divers manors and lands in Lancashire and elsewhere. Some of the lands were situate in Wythington, Stretford, Chollerton, andHeaton Norrice. An order for a trial at law. [56]
151r Northt 1679, July 7 Attorney General (Sir William Jones, knight) Cave, Sir Roger, baronet Concerning a debt due to the Crown from Sir Thomas Cave, baronet the defendant's late father deceased. [57]
150r Northt 1679, June 26 Attorney General (Sir William Jones, knight) Cave, Sir Roger, baronet Concerning a debt due to the Crown from Sir Thomas Cave, baronet the defendant's late father deceased for money raised in Northamptonshire in pursuance of "An Act for Ordering the Forces in the Several Counties of this Kingdom" made in 14 Charles II. [58]
95r London 1678, Dec 18 Attorney General (Sir William Jones, knight) FitzMaurice, Raymund, esq; Sir Dennis Gawden, knight; and William Crispin, gentleman Concerning allowance to the victualler of the Navy for money imprested. [59]
88r Notts 1678, Nov 14 Attorney General (Sir William Jones, knight) Lewis, Thomas, esq Concerning a fourth part of certain lands etc in Standford forfeited to the King by reason of the attainder of one Thomas Waite, esq, of high treason for the "horrid murder of his late Majesty." [60]
158r Notts 1679, July 16 Attorney General (Sir William Jones, knight) Lewis, Thomas, esq Concerning a fourth part of certain lands etc in Standford forfeited to the King by reason of the attainder of one Thomas Waite, esq, of high treason for the "horrid murder of his late Majesty." [61]
387v Kingston upon Hull 1682, July 3 Attorney General (Sir William Jones, knight) Standish, William, executor of William Dighton, deceased; and Michael Harrison Concerning a matter of account as to money for payment of the garrison of Kingston upon Hull. [62]
54r Lincs 1678, June 6 Attorney General (Sir William Jones, knight) as well on behalf of the King as on behalf and at the relation of Peregrine Bertie esq Maynard, Sir John, knight, one of the King's Serjeants at Law; Sir Carr Scroope, baronet; John Buckworth, esq; and others Concerning a marsh at Gedney [63]
121v Yorks 1679, Feb 13 Attorney General (Sir William Jones, knight) as well on behalf of the King at the relation of Thomas Rookeby esq; Thomas Wormley; and Mary Wytham, subfarmers of aulnage in Yorkshire and Lancaster and other Northern counties Sanderson, Christofer, esq Concerning duties of Aulnage. [64]
8r Yorks 1677, Nov 12 Attorney General (Sir William Jones, knight) at the relation of John Scott, Richard Dolliffe, and Edmund Walker, deputy Aulnagers from Yorkshire Holroyd, John; Joseph Armitage; and John Rhodes Concerning the duty of aulnage in Yorkshire. [65]
224v Cumber 1680, June 17 Attorney General (Sir William Jones, knight) at the relation of Sir John Lowther, baronet Fletcher, William, esq; Cuthbert Hudspeth; and George Jordan Concerning the suppression of a pier about to be erected at Parton in the manor of Moresby to the detriment of the town and pier of Whitehaven. [66]
27v Herts 1678, Feb 13 Attorney General (Sir William Jones, knight) for and on behalf and at the relation of Francis Oxley, gentleman Partridge, Seth; Richard Salter; Daniel How; and others Concerning the right of erecting shambles, stalls, and pens and as to tolls at markets in the manor of Hemel alias Hamstead. [67]
152r Som 1679, July 3 Attorney General (Sir William Jones, knight) on behalf of the king and at the relation and on behalf of John Tooker, esq; John Salmon sr gentleman; Benjamin Walker; and others Long, George, esq; Samuel Salmon; and others Concerning an alleged customs as to the right of digging coals in the manor of Stratton upon Fosse. An order as to dismissing the defendants. [68]
147r Som 1679, June 26 Attorney General (Sir William Jones, knight) on behalf of the king and at the relation and on behalf of John Tooker, esq; John Salmon sr gentleman; Benjamin Walker; and others Long, George, esq; Samuel Salmon; and others Concerning an alleged customs as to the right of digging coals in the manor of Stratton upon Fosse. An order as to dismissing the defendants. [69]
171r Som 1679, Oct 27 Attorney General (Sir William Jones, knight) on behalf of the king and at the relation and on behalf of John Tooker, esq; John Salmon sr gentleman; Benjamin Walker; and others Long, George, esq; Samuel Salmon; and others Concerning an alleged custom as to the right of digging coals in the manor of Stratton upon Fosse. Dismissal of the defendants. [70]
123v Bucks 1679, Feb 10 Attorney General (Sir William Jones, knight) on behalf of the king and the poor inhabitants of the towns of Brill and Oakley Hunt, Thomas; and Isaac Payne Concerning the land allotted to the poor inhabitants of Brill and Oakley on the disafforestation of the Forest of Barnwood.. [71]
48v Yorks 1678, May 2 Attorney General (Sir Willliam Jones, knight) at the relation and on the behalf of John Scott; Richard Dolliffe; and Edmond Walker, subcollectors of the duty of aulnage in Yorkshire and other northern counties. Armitage, Joseph; John Rhodes; and John Holroyde Concerning the duties of aulnage in Yorkshire [72]
26r Yorks 1678, Feb 11 Attorney General at the relation of John Scott and others Holroyd, John; Joseph Armitage; and John Rhodes Concerning the duties of aulnage. An order as to continuing the cause. [73]
327r London 1681, Dec 3 Attorney General at the relation of Sir John Talbott, knight Price, Thomas, administrator of Richard Townly Concerning certain money entrusted to Captain Townly as an officer of Dragoons for the payment of himself and soldiers. [74]
286v London 1681, May 9 Attorney General at the relation of Sir John Talbott, knight Price, Thomas, administrator of Richard Townly Concerning certain money entrusted to Captain Townly as an officer of Dragoons, for the payment of himself and soldiers, by the relator as Colonel of the regiment. An order for a trial at law as to whether the said Captain Townly was indebted to the King at the time of his decease and in what sum. [75]
353r London 1682, Jan 26 Attorney General at the relation of Sir John Talbott, knight Price, Thomas, administrator of Richard Townly Concerning certain money entrusted to Captain Townly as an officer of Dragoons for the payment of himself and soldiers. [76]
68v Som 1678, June 26 Attorney General at the relation of Sir Thomas Daniell, knight Elizabeth, lady Clifford; Hugh, lord Clifford; Sir John Coppleston, knight; Mrs Elizabeth Mountefeltro, widow; and others An order as to a rent issuing out of the manor and rectory of Cannington and as to a report of auditors. [77]
264v Lincoln 1681, Feb 5 Attorney General, late (Sir Francis North, knight) Farmer, Sir Edward, knight; and Thomas Farmer, esq Concerning certain marsh land in and near Holbech. [78]
82r London 1678, June 28 Attorney General, late (Sir Francis North, knight) Dobell, Charles; Durant Jenkinson; and Nicholas Eaton Concerning duties on certain imported wine and vinegar. [79]
1v Som 1677, Nov 12 Attorney General, late (Sir Francis North, knight) at the relation of Sir Thomas Daniell, knight Elizabeth, lady Clifford; Dame Elizabeth Mountefeltro; Sir Stephen Fox, knight; and others Concerning a rent charged upon the priory church, manor, rectory, and advowson of Cannington [80]
88v Som 1678, Nov 25 Attorney General, late (Sir Francis North, knight) at the relation of Sir Thomas Daniell, knight Elizabeth, lady Clifford; Hugh, lord Clifford; Sir John Coppleston, knight; Mrs Elizabeth Mountefeltro, widow; and others Concerning a rent issuing out of the manor and rectory of Cannington. [81]
188v Essex 1679, Nov 27 Attorney General, late (Sir Heneage Finch, knight) Willingham, Susam; George Clarke; Thomas Coleman; and others Concerning certain meadows and woodland in Low Layton commonly called Wallwood. [82]
344v Lancs/elsewhere 1682, Feb 14 Attorney General, late (Sir William Jones, knight) Preston, Sir Thomas, baronet; Caryll, lord viscount Mollineux; Francis, lord Carrington; and others Concerning the site of the late dissolved monastery of Furness and divers lands in Dalton and in Lancaster in Westmorland, Cumberland, Warwickshire, Northamptonshire, and Lancashire, in the count of the City of Coventry, lately belonging to Thomas Preston now a Romish priest. An order for a trial at law. [83]
316r Kingston upon Hull 1681, Nov 21 Attorney General, late (Sir William Jones, knight) Standish, William, executor of William Dighton, deceased; and Michael Harrison Concerning a matter of account as to money for payment for payment of the garrison of Kingston upon Hull. [84]
180r England/Bristol City 1679, Nov 6 Attorney General, late (Sir William Jones, knight) Waller, Sir William, knight; Gerard Roberts; Thomas Yoakley; and others Concerning the method of taking prisage wines. [85]
370v Lancs/elsewhere 1682, May 30 Attorney General, late, Sir William Jones, knight Preston, Sir Thomas, baronet; Caryll, lord viscount Mollineux; Francis, lord Carrington; and others Concerning the site of the late dissolved monastery of Furness and divers lands in Dalton and in Lancaster in Westmorland, Cumberland, Warwickshire, Northamptonshire, and Lancashire, in the count of the City of Coventry, lately belonging to Thomas Preston, baronet, now a Romish priest. [86]
207v Lincs 1680, Feb 5 Attorney Genral Farmer, Sir Edward, knight; and Thomas Farmer, esq Entered at folio 264. [87]
38v England/Middx 1678, Apr 29 Ayloffe, Henry, esq, King's Remembrancer of this court George, lord viscount Castleton, & The Lady Sarah his wife; Evelin, lord viscount Fanshaw an infant; and others Concerning the profits of the office of the King's Remembrancer of this court. [88]
51v England 1678, May 6 Ayloffe, Henry, esq, King's Remembrancer of this court George, lord viscount Castleton, & The Lady Sarah his wife; Evelin, lord viscount Fanshaw an infant; and others Concerning the profits of the office the King's Remembrancer of this court. [89]
153v London 1679, June 3 Baker, William, commander of the ship called Barnardiston belonging to the East India Company Denham, Edward; and John Richardson, merchants Concerning a matter of account as to certain wine and the freight thereof to Bantham in the East Indies. [90]
200v London 1680, Feb 5 Baker, William, commander of the ship called Barnardiston belonging to the East India Company Denham, Edward; and John Richardson, merchants Concerning a matter of account as to certain wine and the freight thereof to Bantham in the East Indies. [91]
156v London 1679, July 3 Baldero, Daniel, merchant Brailesford, Thomas, merchant, executor of James Brailesford, deceased, in trust for James Brailesford his son an infant Bill of Revivor. Concerning an annuity devised to the plaintiff by Henry Baldero who died seized of several lands etc in Barton Turffe, Norf., Hepworth, Suff., and elsewhere in England and in Dort in Holland and possessed of a great personal estate. Dismissal of the defendants. [92]
177v Lancs 1679, Nov 17 Baldwyne, Anthony, yeoman Harrison, Timothy, & Theodosia his wife; Joseph Birtunsle; and William Yates Concerning a distress taken of the plaintiff's cattle in a certain barn in Hoxton. [93]
9r Kent 1677, Nov 20 Bancks, Henry, doctor in divinity, rector of Midley Deedes, Julius Concerning certain tithes in Midley. An order for a trial at law. [94]
50v Kent 1678, May 14 Bancks, Henry, doctor in divinity, rector of Midley Deedes, Julius Concerning certain tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Midley. Dismissal of the defendant. [95]
37v Kent 1678, May 2 Bancks, Henry, doctor in divinity, rector of Midley Deedes, Julius An order as to dismissing the defendants [96]
115r Kent 1679, Feb 3 Bancks, Henry, doctor in divinity, rector of Midley Godfrey, Thomas, esq Concerning tithes in Midley [97]
126r Lancs 1679, Feb 10 Banistre, Christofer, esq Litchford, Robert Concerning matters of account [98]
264v Denbigh 1681, Feb 10 Baptist, lord viscount Campden Robert, Maurice ap Concerning tithes due to the plalintiff as impropriator of seven twelfths of the township of Brimbo in the parish of Wrexham. An order for a trial at law as to whether the lands from which the plaintiff demands the said tithes lie in the said township and parish or in the parish of Llandegla. [99]
388v London 1682, June 26 Barker, Sir Richard, knight Seamore, Richard; Elizabeth Seamore; and others Concerning a matter of account. [100]
325r Ches 1681, Dec 2 Barlow, Mary, widow Langford, George, and others Concerning a capital messuage and lands in Tranmore and elsewhere involved in a settlement. Dismissal of the defendants. [101]
378v London 1682, June 29 Barton, William (and cross bill) Moore, Anne Concerning the estate of Elizabeth Allen deceased. [102]
114v Worcs 1679, Feb 10 Barton, William, executor of Thomas Tomlins Hanckes, Richard Concerning a bond. An order for a trial at law. [103]
157v Dorset 1679, July 14 Bateman, Joseph, clerk Gillett, Melchisedeck Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Winterborne Came and as farmer of certain tithes in Farringdon. [104]
214v Dorset 1680, May 17 Bateman, Joseph, clerk Gillett, Melchisedeck An order for payment of the value of certain tithes. [105]
333v Essex 1681, Dec 2 Bayly, Francis, clerk Westwood, Thomas Concerning tithes in North Benfleete [106]
30r Wilts 1678, Feb 7 Beach, William, clerk Pinckney, Roger; and Mathew Eves Concerning certain tithes in Orcheston St George for a trial at law as to a custom [107]
320r Durham 1681, Nov 14 Beadnall, George Watson, John Concerning wayleave and staith leave in over and through certain lands in the fields of Whickham, parcel of the late dissolved monastery of Brenckborne for carrying coals to the wharves adjoing the River Tyne [108]
252r London/Middx/ elsewhere 1680, Nov 11 Beckford, Sir Thomas, knight; Sir Richard Bellings, knight; Richard Abell; and others, creditors of the joint stock and cash of John Lindsey, Pierce Reeve, and Robert Chase of London, goldsmiths Player, Sir Thomas, knight; Sir George Jefferyes, knight; John Kent, and others Concerning several fee farm and other rents purchased by John Lindsay and mortgaged by him and his trustees to certain of the defendants. [109]
290r London/Middx 1681, May 17 Beckford, Sir Thomas, knight; Sir Richard Bellings, knight; Richard Abell; and others, creditors of the joint stock and cash of John Lindsey, Pierce Reeve, and Robert Chase of London, goldsmiths Player, Sir Thomas, knight; Sir George Jefferyes, knight; John Kent, and others Concerning several fee farm and other rents mortgaged to certain of the defendants, which rents belonged to John Lindsay and others bankrupts of whom the plaintiffs were creditors. [110]
102r Durham 1678, Nov 21 Bednall, George Watson, John Concerning way leave and staith leave in over and through certain lands in the fields of Wickham, Durham, parcel of the late dissolved monastery of Brenchborne, Northumberland, for carrying coals to the wharves adjoining the river Tyne. [111]
244r Wilts 1680, Nov 8 Bennett, John, esq Okeford, Thomas; and others An order as to postponing the cause [112]
253v Wilts 1680, Dec 9 Bennett, John, esq Okeford, Thomas; Stephen Combes; Edward Pashent; Richard Munford; Thomas Hales; and William Tucker Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as farmer of the parsonage of Westbury. An order for a trial at law. [113]
281r Wilts 1681, May 9 Bennett, John, esq Okeford, Thomas; Stephen Combes; Edward Pashent; Richard Munford; Thomas Hales; and William Tucker An order for a new trial at law as to certain tithes in Westbury. [114]
321r Wilts 1681, Nov 21 Bennett, John, esq Okeford, Thomas; Stephen Combes; Edward Pashent; Richard Munford; Thomas Hales; and William Tucker Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as farmer of the parsonage of Westbury under John Smith late chanter of Salisbury Cathedral. [115]
22v Dorset 1678, Feb 7 Bennett, Richard, an infant by George Bennett, his father and guardian Denton, William; and Henry Jones Concerning a legacy come to the plaintiff from one Dame Bridgett Fust [116]
339v Kent 1682, Jan 23 Bertie, Peregrine, esq, & Susan his wife Style, Sir Thomas, baronet; and others An order as to coninuing the cause [117]
379v Kent 1682, June 22 Bertie, Peregrine, esq, & Susan his wife, one of the daughters and coheirs of Sir Edward Moins, baronet Style, Sir Thomas, baronet; John Knatchball, esq, & Jane his wife; Sir Roger Pratt, knight, & Ann his wife; John Percivall, esq, & Elizabeth his wife Concerning the demesne lands of Teinham outlands alias the new gardens which were assigned to trustees as security for the quiet possession of the manor and farm of Goshall on sale thereof to Sir Edward Moins, baronet, deceased, by Christofer late lord Teinham, and as to a recognizance entered into by the said lord Teinham for the better securing of the said manor. [118]
70v Ches 1678, June 10 Bickerton, George, gentleman Bickerton, Elizabeth, widow; and Elizabeth Bickerton, an infant by the said Elizabeth Bickerton widow her guardian An order for a trial at law as to a deed. [119]
93r Ches 1678, Oct 31 Bickerton, George, gentleman Bickerton, Elizabeth, widow; and Elizabeth Bickerton, an infant by the said Elizabeth Bickerton widow her guardian An order as to a deed of entail and as to continuing the cause. [120]
126v Ches 1679, Feb 24 Bickerton, George, gentleman Bickerton, Elizabeth, widow; and Elizabeth Bickerton, an infant by the said Elizabeth Bickerton widow her guardian Concerning a messuage and land in Harshall, Marbury, and Newhall. [121]
115v Glouc 1679, Feb 13 Bisse, John, clerk, rector of Oldbury super Montem Ford, Humfrey; Robert Ford; and Robert Ford Concerning tithes in Oldbury super Montem [122]
118v Glouc 1679, Feb 24 Bisse, John, clerk, rector of Oldbury super Montem Ford, Humfrey; Robert Ford; and Robert Ford An order for payment of the value of certain tithes. [123]
279r Worcs 1681, Apr 28 Borraston, John, clerk Sutton, John An order as to the arrears of certain tithes. [124]
262r Worcs 1681, Feb 10 Borraston, John, clerk Sutton, John Concerning tithes due to the plaintiff as rector of Ribbesford. [125]
292r Worcs 1681, June 20 Borraston, John, clerk, rector of Ribbesford Sutton, John Concerning tithes in Ribbesford [126]
199v Oxon 1680, Feb 9 Bosvile, William, gentleman Bosvile, Thomas, gentleman; and others An orde as to hearing the cause. [127]
221r Oxon 1680, May 17 Bosvile, William, gentleman Bosvile, Thomas, gentleman; Jane Bosvile; Edward Frankish; and others Concerning several lands etc in the City of Oxford, Stanton, Harcourt, and Sutton in the parish of Staunton Harcourt and Sowthely and elsewhere in Oxfordshire. [128]
168r Lancs 1679, Nov 17 Bradshawe, Jane, of Scale, widow, administratrix of Ambrose Bradshawe late of Scale aforesaid, gentleman, deceased, and also administratrix de bonis non etc of John Bradshaw late of Scale aforesaid, gentleman, deceased, grandfather of the said Ambrose. Clifton, James, John Corles; Edward Pye; and others Bill of Revivor. Concerning tithes in Forton. [129]
318r Surrey 1681, Nov 17 Brawne, Richard, esq; Elizabeth Brawne; Ann Brawne, his children, infants by the said Richard their father and guardian; and Frances Rogers, spinster Rogers, Ann, widow, relict and executrix of James Rogers esq, deceased; and Francis Kellet, gentleman Concerning certain legacies. Certain messuages near Clement's Inn were involved. [130]
385r Surrey 1682, June 22 Brawne, Richard, esq; Elizabeth Brawne; Ann Brawne, his children, infants by the said Richard their father and guardian; and Frances Rogers, spinster Rogers, Ann, widow, relict and executrix of James Rogers esq, deceased; and Francis Kellet, gentleman Concerning legacies devised to the plaintiffs by James Rogers, esq deceased who died possessed of a large personal estate and was mortgagee of several messuages in or near Clement's Inn, Middx, and houses in the borough of Southwark. [131]
288r Berks 1681, Apr 25 Brigham, Thomas, gentleman Paine, Henry Concerning tithes of certain ground in the parish of St Lawrence in Reading. [132]
268v Berks 1681, Feb 7 Brigham, Thomas, gentleman Pains, Henry Concerning the tithes of certain land in the parish of St Lawrence in Reading. [133]
390v Worcs 1682, July 3 Broadway, Edmond, gentleman Baldwin, Stephen, gentleman, executor of Edward Baldwin deceased his father and on his own account; George Pitt, esq; Edward Bucke; and Ralph Beale Concerning an account of several moneys and of the rents, issues, and profits of divers lands etc in Wrickcombe in Gloucester City. [134]
387v Glouc 1682, July 3 Broadway, Edmond, gentleman Pitt, George, esq; and Stephen Baldwyn, gentleman Concerning the profit of certain lands and grounds called Sawcombes and Colmore Hill, parcel of the demesnes of the manor of Bishopp. [135]
228v Suff 1680, June 28 Bromwell, James, clerk Cooper, Edward Concerning certain tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Polstead. [136]
342r Suff 1682, Feb 20 Bromwell, James, clerk Riddlesdale, William Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Polstead. Dismissal of the defendant. [137]
219r Northt 1680, May 17 Brooke, Thomas, esq Hull, William Concerning certain tithes in Great Okely. An order for a trial at law. [138]
245r Northt 1680, Nov 22 Brooke, Thomas, esq Hull, William Concerning tithes of certain lands in Great Okeley. Dismissal of the defendant, his lands being tithe-free as having been parcel of the lands of the late dissolved Abbey of Popwell. [139]
181r Kent 1679, Nov 29 Browne, Hester, widow, relict and administratrix of Isaac Browne Gerrard, Henry, clerk Concerning the collection of tenths due from clergymen and others within the diocese of Canterbury. Dismissal of the defendant. [140]
237v Surrey 1680, July 7 Bugbeard, Samuel Brookes, Sir Thomas, baronet Concerning several sums of money demanded by the plaintiff for towing the defendant's barges at several times from Ham Lane to "Ravens Arse," Lond Ditton, and Hampton Court. Dismissal of the defendant. [141]
120r Som 1679, Feb 24 Bull, Henry, esq Mellier, Robert, gentleman; and John Collier, clerk, vicar of Murlinch Concerning certain tithes in Murlinch [142]
45v Som 1678, May 6 Bull, Henry, esq, owner and impropriator of the rectory of Murlinch and of all tithes within the villages of Morlinch, Calcott, Eddington, Chelton, Sutton, and Stowell within the parish and rectory of Murlinch Mellier, Robert, gentleman; and John Collier, clerk, vicar of Murlinch Concerning tithes in Murlinch. An order for a trial at law. [143]
98r Som 1678, Nov 11 Bull, Henry, esq, owner and impropriator of the rectory of Murlinch and of all tithes within the villages of Morlinch, Calcott, Eddington, Chelton, Sutton, and Stowell within the parish and rectory of Murlinch Mellier, Robert, gentleman; and John Collier, clerk, vicar of Murlinch Concerning tithes in Murlinch. An order for a trial at law. [144]
237r Suff 1680, July 7 Burwell, Charles, gentleman, administrator de bonis non etc of Thomas Burwell, esq, doctor of laws unadministered by Thomas Burwell, doctor in physic his son and Francis Burwell, esq, deceased Newton, John,merchant; and Thomas Johnson Concerning a messuage in Orford and a marsh called Havergate Marsh, which were involved in certain money transactions. An order for a trial at law. [145]
288r Suff 1681, May 17 Burwell, Charles, gentleman, administrator de bonis non etc of Thomas Burwell, esq, doctor of laws unadministered by Thomas Burwell, doctor in physic his son and Francis Burwell, esq, deceased Newton, John,merchant; and Thomas Johnson Concerning a messuage in Orford and a marsh called Havergate Marsh, which were involved in certain money transactions. [146]
368r Som 1682, May 22 Bush, Ellis, clerk Smith, Thomas, esq; Richard Symes, gentleman; and others Concerning certain tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Backwell. An order for a trial at law. [147]
262r Cambs 1681, Feb 14 Butterick, Thomas, & Mary his wife Andrews, Thomas; and Francis Andrews Concerning a legacy bequeathed to the plaintiff Mary by her father Thomas Hindes. An order as to dismissing the defendants. [148]
267r Cambs 1681, Feb 18 Butterick, Thomas, & Mary his wife Andrews, Thomas; and Francis Andrews Concerning a legacy bequeathed to the plaintiff Mary by Thomas Hindes her father. An order as to dismissing the defendants. [149]
202v Ches 1680, Feb 19 Caddicke, Robert Tatlock, John; and Ellen Tatlock, widow Concerning a bond. [150]
246v London 1680, Dec 9 Calcott, Robert Dennis, Matthew; and John Buckworth, esq Concerning a matter of account as to nails used in repairing certain houses and buildings. [151]
294v Wilts 1681, June 9 Carey, Francis Henry, clerk, rector of Brinkworth Ayloffe, George, esq Concerning certain tithes in Brinkworth [152]
292r Wilts 1681, June 16 Carey, Francis Henry, rector of Brinkworth Ayloffe, George, esq Concerning tithes in Brinkworth [153]
134r Northumb 1679, May 22 Carr, Edward, & Hester his wife Clarkson, Richard, & Jane his wife; and Thomas Watson Concerning a legacy bequeathed to the plaintiff Hester by one James Fawcett sr. The matter is referred to an auditor. [154]
231r Northumb 1680, June 17 Carr, Edward, & Hester his wife Clarkson, Richard, & Jane his wife; and Thomas Watson Concerning a legacy [155]
218r Northumb 1680, May 13 Carr, Edward, & Hester his wife Clarkson, Richard, & Jane his wife; and Thomas Watson Concerning a legacy bequeathed to the plaintiff Hester by one James Fawcett sr. [156]
347v Wilts 1682, Feb 20 Cartwright, Thomas, gentleman Biggs, Richard, clerk; Charles Gilbert alias Netton; John Gilbert alias Netton; and Thomas Kellowe Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as impropriator of the rectory of Shrewton alias Shreuton. [157]
228r Wilts 1680, July 1 Cary, Francis Henry, clerk Ayliffe, George, esq An order as to settling the rates and duties for certain tithes. [158]
200r Kent 1680, Feb 5 Castillion, John, doctor in divinity, dean of Rochester and the Chapter of the same church Powle, John, clerk Concerning a pension due to the plaintiffs out of the vicarage of Dartford. [159]
227v Worcs 1680, July 7 Castle, Richard, clerk, rector of Stockton Maultin, Johan, widow An order for a trial at alw as to a custom of giving the seventh calf in lieu of tithe milk in Stockton. [160]
284r Worcs 1681, May 17 Castle, Richard, clerk, rector of Stockton Maultyn, Johan, widow Concerning tithe of milk in Stockton [161]
319r Worcs 1681, Nov 21 Castle, Richard, clerk, rector of Stockton Maultyn, Johan, widow Concerning tithes of milk in Stockton. [162]
133v Lancs 1679, May 26 Chadwick, Thomas; and Robert Gravely, gentleman Attorney General; Alexander Butterworth, esq; and John Lloyd, gentleman Concerning a bond relating to the excise in Lancashire. [163]
170v Lancs 1679, Nov 17 Chadwick, Thomas; and Robert Gravely, gentleman Attorney General; Alexander Butterworth, esq; and John Lloyd, gentleman Concerning a bond entered into to the King by the plaintiffs as subcommissioners of excise in Lancashire. [164]
83r Worcs 1678, June 26 Chamberlaine, Henry, clerk, rector of Little Comberton Lawrence, Susan, widow; Edward Lawrence, sr and jur Concerning a lease of the glebe and tithes of the rectory of Little Comberton and as to a pension payable to the plaintiff. [165]
341v Sussex 1682, Feb 20 Chapman, Abraham, esq Hale, John Concerning tithes in the rectory of West Hampnett [166]
379r Sussex 1682, June 29 Chapman, Abraham, esq Hale, John Concerning tithes in the rectory of West Hampnett [167]
335v Middx 1682, Feb 21 Christian, Edward, esq Goodchilde, John; and Ricahrd Campian Concerning money disbursed in ejecting several tenants out of several tenements in the Strand belonging to Yorke House. [168]
316v Hants/Yorks/ Durham/Dorset 1681, Dec 3 Christopher, duke of Albemarle Francis, lord Hawley; Sir William Hayward, knight; Sir John Talbott, knight; and William Harbord, esq Concerning certain fee farm and other rents. [169]
296r 1681, July 1 Christopher, duke of Albemarle Francis, lord Hawley; Sir William Hayward, knight; Sir John Talbott, knight; and William Harbord, esq Concenring certain rents [170]
293v 1681, June 16 Christopher, duke of Albemarle Francis, lord Hawley; Sir William Hayward, knight; Sir John Talbott, knight; and William Harbord, esq Concerning a purchase of several fee farm and other rents. [171]
21r Yorks 1678, Feb 11 Clarke, William, farmer of the rectory of South Cave Sunderland, Richard; and others Concerning certain tithes in South Cave. An order for a trial at law as to whether the lands etc., held by the defendants in the manor of Bromfleete are discharged from payment of tithes to the rector of South Cave. [172]
46r Yorks 1678, May 14 Clarke, William, farmer of the rectory of South Cave (and cross bill) Sunderland, Richard; Edward Padley; Robert Hall; and others Concerning certain tithes in South Cave. Dismissal of the causes, the defendants' lands etc in the manor of Bromfleete having been found by a trial at law to be tithe-free. [173]
348v Surrey 1682, Feb 20 Clewer, William, doctor in divinity Pullen Henry; William Cumber; William Thompson; and John Constable Concerning tithes etc claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Croydon. [174]
10v Notts/Yorks 1677, Nov 26 Clifton, Sir William, baronet, an infant by Dame Frances Clifton his mother and guardian; the siad Dame Frances Clifton; Barbara Leeke; Richard Bingley; Thomas Johnson; John Turner; and John Watson James William; Robert Grahme; Abraham Pillin; and others Concerning a toll for passage of all merchandise sold or to be sold between four waters, to wit, the waters of Radford on the south; the waters of Thorncoath North; and between Frodeston which is in the West and the waters of Idle on the east claimed to be payable to the plaintiff Sir William Clifton as being owner of the manor of Blythe. [175]
266v London 1681, Feb 10 Clipsham, Michael, merchant Rowe, Thomas; Thomas Greene; and Nathaniel Stone Concerning matters of account. [176]
384v Herefs 1682, June 29 Cloggy, Alexander, clerk Watkins, William, clerk Concerning certain wheat due to the plaintiff as vicar of Wigmore from the defendant as rector of Aston. [177]
272v London 1681, Feb 18 Cocke, John, & Mary his wife Lord Bertie, esq Concerning matters of account as to a settlement [178]
175v Herts 1679, Nov 13 Coe, Samuel, clerk Bowyer, Thomas; John Pryor, and Sir John Brograve, baronet Concerning a payment out of a farm called Albury Parsonage claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Albury. Dismissal of cause. [179]
58v Suff 1678, June 13 Coke, Ciriac, gentleman Bishop, John, heir and one of the executors of Thomas Bishop deceased; Edward Nelson, the other executor of the said Thomas Bishop; John Leece; and John Woodcocke, jr Concerning a money transaction [180]
116r Suff 1679, Feb 10 Coke, Ciriac, gentleman Bishop, John, heir and one of the executors of Thomas Bishop deceased; Edward Nelson, the other executor of the said Thomas Bishop; John Leece; and John Woodcocke, jr Concerning matters of account [181]
161r Suff 1679, July 14 Coke, Ciriac, gentleman Bishop, John, heir and one of the executors of Thomas Bishop deceased; Edward Nelson, the other executor of the said Thomas Bishop; John Leece; and John Woodcocke, jr Concerning the estate of Thomas Bishop, deceased, comprising divers lands etc in Norfolk and Suffolk. [182]
133r Suff 1679, May 12 Coke, Ciriac, gentleman Bishop, John; and Edward Nelson An order as to an auditor's report and as to hearing the cause. [183]
236r Suff 1680, July 7 Coke, Ciriac, gentleman Bishop, John; and others An order as to allowing certain money etc. [184]
386r London 1682, June 22 Coke, Robert, esq, since deceased; William Gwavas, esq; and Elizabeth Cobb widow, executors of John Coke, esq, deceased Fountaine, Andrdew, esq; and others Concerning mortgage of the manors and lordships of Bushwood alias Bishopswood and Lapworth with appurtenances in Lapworth, Bushwood, Stratford upon Avon; Old Stratford; Beudsert, alias Belsert, Packwood, and Rowington, Warwickshire [185]
2v London 1677, Nov 12 Coke, Robert, esq; and others Fountaine, Andrew, esq An order as to a commission to examine a witness [186]
75r London 1678, June 10 Coke, Robert, esq; William Gwavas, esq; and Elizabeth Cobb, widow, executors of John Coke, esq, deceased, debtors and accomptants to the King for the debts of their said testator Fountaine, Andrew, esq; and others Concerning matters of account. An order for a trial at law. [187]
384v Suff 1682, July 11 Coke, Roger, esq, executor of Ciriac Coke, gentleman, deceased Bishopp, John, gentleman Concerning matters of account. Certain lands called Brachlers were involved. [188]
279r Suff 1681, Apr 25 Coke, Roger, esq, executor of Ciriac Coke, gentleman, deceased Bishopp, John, gentleman, administrator of Thomas Bishop gentleman deceased, who was administrator of Robert Bishop, gentleman, deceased. Concerning a matter of account [189]
236r Middx 1680, June 28 Collins, Peter Snelling, George; William Pearson; Richard Pearson; and Nathaniel Swindon Concerning redemption of a tenement and ground in Elving. [190]
72v Rutland 1678, June 27 Connington, Robert, & Ann his wife; Katherine Dale; Martha Dale; and Magdalen Dale, infants by William Holder, doctor in divinity their next friend and guardian Stafford, Henry, esq; Alexander Halsall, esq; William Goodman, & Ann his wife Concerning a mortgage of the manor of Tixover and divers lands etc in Tixover, Barroden, and Ketton. [191]
355v Beds 1682, Feb 20 Conquest, Richard, esq Conquest, Dame Elizabeth, widow; and Benjamin Conquest, esq; Nicholas Denton, gentleman; Thomas Christy, esq; and Thomas Hillarsdon, esq Concerning quit rents etc supposed to be due to the plaintiff as lord of the manor of Houghton Conquest alias Conquest Bury and as to Court Rolls of the said manor. Dismissal of the defendant. [192]
262r Beds 1681, Jan 27 Conquest, Richard, esq Conquest, Dame Elizabeth; and Benjamin Conquest, esq Concerning Hill Field supposed to be parcel of the manor and grange called Houghton Conquest Grange. Dismissal of the defendants. [193]
342r Beds 1682, Feb 9 Conquest, Richard, esq Urlin, Simon, gentleman; and Charles Richards Concerning a matter of account as to certain oaks in the plaintiff's park at Houghton Conquest sold to the defendant Urlin. [194]
253v Yorks 1680, Nov 18 Constable, Marmaduke, esq; John Robinson; Thomas Fisher; and others Acklain, Peter, gentleman; Sir Hugh Bethell, knight; and Slingsby Bethell, esq Concerning certain actions for trespasses upon the manor of Hornsey. Dismissal of cause. [195]
247r Wilts 1680, Nov 25 Constable, Stephen, clerk, rector of Mildenhall Hempton, Robert Concerning certain tithes in Mildenhall. An order for a trial at law as to a customary payment for tithe of coneys by the occupier of Burrage Warren. [196]
323r London 1681, Nov 29 Cooke, Robert, esq, since deceased; William Gwavas, esq; and Elizabeth Cobb, widow, executors of John Coke, esq, deceased Fountaine, Andrew, esq; and others Concerning matters of account. [197]
329v London 1681, Dec 3 Cotter, James, esq, & Mary his wife, executrix of Abraham Anselme Cunliffe, Margaret, executrix of Nicholas Cunliffe who was the executor of Ellis Cunliffe, esq; the Mayor, Commonalty, and Citizens of London; and James Cole, gentleman Concerning a messuage, wharf, and tenement near Puddle Dock, London. [198]
330r Kent 1681, Dec 2 Courteis, Sir George, knight Thomas, lord Colepepper, baron of Thoresway; Sir John Austeine, baronet; and the Attorney General Concerning the apportionment of a rent payable to the Crown for certain marshes in Lydd and Promehill alias Bromehill. [199]
308v Dorset 1681, June 23 Coward, William, & Hannah his wife White, James; Joseph Dowding; and William Morgan Concerning money transactions in which a copyhold held of the manor of Stower Provost was involved. [200]
333r 1681, Dec 2 Cowper, John, an infant by Henry Hunt his guardian or next friend Freeman, John Concerning a matter of account [201]
303v Glouc/Middx 1681, July 1 Cox, John, gentleman Rashley, John, esq, & ___ his wife Concerning matters of account between the plaintiff and one Mr Gainlyn a clerk of the King's Bench of whom the defendants were executors. [202]
348r Glouc 1682, Feb 20 Cox, John, gentleman Rashley, John, esq, & Mary his wife Concerming matters of account between the plaintiff and one Mr Gainlyn a clerk of the King's Bench of whom the defendants were executors. [203]
58r Herefs 1678, June 17 Cox, Richard, clerk; Henry Weare; and James Sam Philly, Edward, executor of Henry Philly, clerk Concerning pensions due to the plaintiff Cox as under treasurer and to the plaintiffs Weare and Same as sextons in Hereford Cathedral from Henry Philly clerk late treasurer of the said cathedral. [204]
310r Essex/Herts 1681, June 13 Crawley, Francis, one of the barons of this court Calverd, Felix, esq Concerning an account of Hearth Money collected by the defendant in Essex and Hertfordshire [205]
356r Essex/Herts 1682, Feb 9 Crawley, Francis, one of the barons of this court Calvert, Felix, esq An order as to an arbitration [206]
25r Monmouth 1678, Feb 11 Croft, Richard, gentleman Price, Jennett, widow; William Price; and Thomas Price her sons; and others Concerning tithes of certain coppice woods claimed by the plaintiff as farmer of the rectory of Comyoye or St Martins in Comyoye. [207]
238v Hants 1680, Jiuly 7 Croftes, Joseph, clerk, rector of Upclatford Blake, Peter; and Martin Hayward Concerning certain tithes in Upclatford [208]
217r Hants 1680, May 10 Croftes, Joseph, clerk, rector of Upclatford Blake, Peter; and Martin Hayward Concerning certain tithes in Upclatford [209]
343v Ches 1682, Feb 20 Crofton, Elizabeth, an infant by William Webb esq; and Margery Scragg, widow, her next friend; and William Beard Robert Winterbotham; Edward Billington; Mary Eaton; and John Fishwicke Concerning a messuage in Wetenham [210]
174r Suff 1679, Nov 20 Curthois, Gertrude; and Barbara Curthois, daughters, heirs, and executrices of John Curthois, esq, deceased (and cross bill) Pratt, Sir Roger, knight Concerning the manors of Bartholomews and Tuddenham and divers other lands in Suffolk on purchase of which from the defendant by the plaintiffs' father an agreement was made that part of the purchase money should remain available for discharging any encumbrances upon the said manor and lands as having been the estate of one Gilbert Havers who had been receiver to the King and a prisoner many years for debt. [211]
24r Herefs 1678, Feb 4 Curtis, Thomas; Thmas Mosse; and Josua Baker Attorney General; George Dashwood; Samuel Vincent; and others Concerning a bond with condition that the plaintiff Curtis should duly perform the place of receiver of excise for the city and county of Hereford and part of Gloucestershire. [212]
11v Yorks 1677, Nov 8 Darcey, Sir William, knight; and George Darcey, esq Hewley, Sir John, knight, & Dame Sara his wife; and others (and cross bill) Concerning matters of account as to purchase of the manor of Killing Hall and Bracroft and divers lands in Yorkshire, a third part of the manor of Eston, and divers woods and lands in Lamhag and Skelton and certain alum works and mines. [213]
215v 1680, Apr 29 Darcey, Sir William, knight; and George Darcey, esq; and others (and cross suit) Hewley, Sir John, knight An order as to an auditor's report [214]
219r Yorks 1680, May 6 Darcy, Sir William, knight; and George Darcy, esq, his son (and cross bill) Hewley, Sir John, knight, & Dame Sara his wife sole and only daughter and heir of Robert Woolrich, esq, deceased; and others Concerning matters of account as to purchase of the manor of Killinghill and Bracroft and divers lands etc in Yorkshire, a third part of the manor of Eston and divers woods and lands in Lambhagg and Skelton and certain alum works and mines. [215]
6v London/Middx 1677, Nov 22 Davis, Jasper Smith, William, gentleman; William Cotton; Nathan Cotton, & Ann his wife Concerning the profits of divers lands and tenements in Stepney lately belonging to one Ann Noblett widow deceased. [216]
1r Denbigh 1677, Nov 26 Davis, John Holland, Thomas, esq Concerning matters of account [217]
57v Denbigh 1678, June 10 Davis, John Holland, Thomas, esq An order as to dismissing the defendant [218]
58r Denbigh 1678, June 17 Davis, John Holland, Thomas, esqConcerning the sum of £60 paid to the plaintiff by the defendant for the plaintiff's interest in certain lands in St Asaph. Dismissal of the defendant. [219]
69v Som 1678, June 10 Davis, Thomas, clerk Tutton, Joseph; Nathaniel Cooke; and Richard Browne Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Wedmore. [220]
44r London 1678, Apr 25 Davyes, Frances and Thomas, infants and children of Thomas Davyes and Mary his wife by the said Thomas Davyes their father and next of kin Speed, William Concerning legacies devised to the plaintiffs by Francis Mitchell late of the parish of St Gyles Cripplegate, London, gentleman [221]
81v Yorks 1678, June 18 Denzill, lord Hollys; and others Baines, Christopher, gentleman Concerning customary payments in lieu of tithes for certain lands etc parcel of the possessions of the late dissolved monastery of Byland, payable to the impropriator of the parish of Kilborne. An order for a trial at law. [222]
8r Ches 1677, Dec 6 Dickenson, Ralph, an infant by Thomas Walker his guardian Bradshaw, Edward; and John Marshland Concerning Mangrumes or Granthums tenement near Stopford and as to ceretain personal estate. [223]
237v Norf 1680, July 7 Dobson, Samuel, clerk Warren, Daniel, clerk Concerning a yearly sum for certain tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Frettenham from the defendant as rector of Horstead. [224]
119r Essex 1679, Feb 24 Dodd, Samuel, vicar of Chigwell Ingleton, Ralph Concerning certain tithes in Chigwell [225]
133r Essex 1679, May 15 Dodd, Samuel, vicar of Chigwell Ingleton, Ralph Concerning certain tithes in Chigwell. An order as to continuing the cause. [226]
135v Essex 1679, May 22 Dodd, Samuel, vicar of Chigwell Ingleton, Ralph Concerning tithes in Chigwell. An order as to continuing the cause. [227]
192r Essex 1679, Nov 10 Dodd, Samuel, vicar of Chigwell Ingleton, Ralph Concerning tithe of milk in Chigwell. [228]
376v Hants 1682, July 6 Downes, Richard, jr, clerk Clements, John An order for a trial at law as to tithe wood claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of East Meon and Steepe. [229]
38v Middx 1678, May 14 Drax, Ursula, widow Sedgwick, Susan, widow; and others Concerning a mortgage [230]
59v Middx 1678, June 10 Drax, Ursula, widow Sedgwick, Susan, widow; and Paul Bowes, esq Concerning a parcel of ground and a messuage built thereon in Hatton Gardon in the parish of St Andrews, Holborne [231]
38v Middx 1678, May 2 Drewe, Anthony Browne, John An order as to an arbitration [232]
134v Glouc 1679, May 19 Ducy, Sir William, knight of the Bath and viscount Downe and baron of Cloney in Ireland Smith, John, esq; and Stephen Smith Concerning a rent claimed to be issuing out of Hasleden Farm formerly parcel of the possessions of the Abbey of Kingwood. Dismissal of cause. [233]
250r Bucks 1680, Nov 11 Durant, John, clerk Bush, Edward; Benjamin Stimpson; John Parker; Richard King; and Thomas Humfreyes Concerning what quantity of lands in Stratton Awdley ought to pay tithes in kind to the vicar of Caversfield [234]
4v Oxon 1677, Nov 15 Dyde, John, clerk Kinch, Daniel; and John Yowicke Concerning certain tithes in the hamlet of Milcombe claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Wigginton which tithes the defendants allege to be payable to the minister of Milcombe or the vicar of Bloxham. Dismissal of the defendants. [235]
339v Norf 1682, Feb 9 Dymond, Peter, esq Hare,Sir Thomas, baronet; and Sir Edward Turner, knight An order as to dismissing the cause unless certain costs are paid. [236]
339v Norf 1682, Feb 20 Dymond, Peter, esq; John Fincham, esq; and Hamond Lestrange Hare,Sir Thomas, baronet; and Sir Edward Turner, knight Concerning the drainage of certain lands in Upwell and Outwell. [237]
380r Norf 1682, June 29 Dymond, Peter, esq; John Fincham, esq; and Hamond Lestrange Hare,Sir Thomas, baronet; and Sir Edward Turner, knight Concerning the drainage of certain lands in Upwell and Outwell. Dismissal of the defendants. [238]
295v Norf 1681, June 16 Dymond, Peter; John Fincham; Hamond LeStrange, esq; and others Hare,Sir Thomas, baronet; and Sir Edward Turner, knight Concerning the drainage of certain lands in Upwell and Outwell. An order for a trial at law. [239]
56r Derbs 1678, June 13 Eaton, Isaac, & Sarah his wife Gregson, George An order as to continuing the cause and as to a writing obligatory [240]
72r Derbs 1678, June 20 Eaton, Isaac, & Sarah his wife, executrix of Edward Smith, deceased Gregson, George Concerning a bond [241]
228r Som 1680, July 7 Edgar, John, clerk, rector of Domyat Horsey, Ralph; and Gregory Vincent Concerning tithes in Domyat. Dismissal of the defendants. [242]
9v Salop 1677, Dec 6 Edward, lord Herbert, baron of Chirbury and Castle Iland Niccolls, Rowland, esq Concerning the right of digging lead ore in the township of Ritton within the manor or hundred of Chirbury. [243]
292r Leics 1681, June 6 Edward, lord Rockingham Vyner, Sir Robert, knight and baronet An order as to hearing the cause. [244]
160v London 1679, July 3 Ekins, Nathaniel Pitt, Christofer Concerning matters of account between the plaintiff and the defendant as executor of Katherine Seward, widow, deceased, who was executrix of Thomas Seward likewise deceased. [245]
233r London 1680, July 7 Ekins, Nathaniel, gentleman Pitt, Christofer, executor of Katherine Pitt executrix of Thomas Seaward deceased. An order for payment of certain money. [246]
282v London 1681, Apr 21 Ekins, Nathaniel, gentleman Pitts, Christopher, gentleman Concerning matters of account [247]
23r Newcastle upon Tyne 1678, Feb 19 Elizabeth, viscountess Mordant; Sir Paul Whitchcott, knight and baronet; John Wyse; and Thomas Browne Louisse, duchess of Portsmouth Concerning a rent for the farm of certain duties on coals exported out of the Tyne to be consumed in England. [248]
282r London 1681, Apr 25 Evelin, lord Fanshaw, an infant by Henry Fanshaw, esq, his next friend Ayloff, Henry, esq; and Tobias Eden Concerning the fees and profits of the office of the King's Remembrancer of this court. [249]
328r London/Middx 1681, Dec 3 Evelin, lord Fanshaw, viscount Donnomore in Ireland, son and heir of Thomas late lord viscount Fanshaw deceased and grandson and heir of Thomas late lord Fanshaw also deceased an infant by Samuel Collins of the parish of St Giles in the Fields, Middx, doctor in physic his next friend Fanshaw, Henry, esq; Henry Ayloffe, esq; Charles Fanshaw; Sir Thomas Fanshaw, knight; and Tobias Eden, esq Concerning the profits of the office of the King's Remembrancer of this court. [250]
323r London 1681, Nov 24 Evelin, viscount Fanshaw by Samuel Collins, doctor of medicine Fanshaw, Henry, esq; and others An order as to exceptions to an auditor's report [251]
3r London 1677, Nov 15 Evelin, viscount Fanshawe by Henry Fanshaw, esq, his next friend Ayloffe, Henry, esq; and Tobias Eden, esq Concerning a matter of account. [252]
44v Middx 1678, Apr 29 Evelin, viscount Fanshawe by Henry Fanshaw, esq, his next friend Ayloffe, Henry, esq; and Tobias Eden, esq Concerning the profits of the office of the King's Remembrancer of this court. [253]
119v London 1679, Feb 13 Evelin, viscount Fanshawe by Henry Fanshaw, esq, his next friend Ayloffe, Henry, esq; and Tobias Eden, esq An order as to an auditor's report [254]
127r London 1679, Feb 24 Evelin, viscount Fanshawe by Henry Fanshaw, esq, his next friend Ayloffe, Henry, esq; and Tobias Eden, esq Concerning matters of account in which the defendant Eden was involved as deputy remembrancer of this court. [255]
119r London 1679, Feb 3 Evelin, viscount Fanshawe by Henry Fanshaw, esq, his next friend Ayloffe, Henry, esq; and Tobias Eden, esq An order as to an auditor's report [256]
37r London 1678, Apr 29 Evelin, viscount Fanshawe by Henry Fanshaw, esq, his next friend Eden, Tobias Concerning a matter of account. An order as to an arbitration. [257]
224r London/Middx 1680, June 21 Evelin, viscount Fanshawe, viscount Donamore in Ireland, son and heir of Thomas late lord Fanshawe deceased, son and heir of Thomas late lord Fanshawe also deceased, an infant by Samuel Collins doctor in physic his guardian. Ayloffe, Henry, esq; Henry Fanshawe, esq; Charles Fanshawe, esq; Sir Thomas Fanshawe; and Tobias Eden, esq Concerning the profits of the office of the King's Remembrancer of this court. [258]
77v Kent 1678, June 13 Everden, Edward Ady, John, esq; and Martha Brett, widow Concerning a messuage and lands in Dimchurch and as to the personal estate of Edmond Everden the plaintiff's uncle deceased. [259]
233r Kent 1680, July 7 Everden, Edward Adye, John, esq; and Martha Brett, widow An order as to an auditor's report. [260]
244v Kent 1680, Nov 18 Everden, Edward Adye, John, esq; and Martha Brett, widow An order for payment of certain money. [261]
46v Surrey 1678, May 14 Farmer, Peter, esq; Henry Ludlow, esq, & Margaret his wife; and others Ramsden, John, esq, & Lettice his wife; and John Childe, gentleman Concerning a partition of the lands of John Caryll, esq, deceased. [262]
9v Middx 1677, Dec 7 Farnham, Dame Katherine, widow and relict of Sir Clement Farnham late of Grays Inn, knight, deceased, and sole daughter and heir of Richard Baldwin of the parish of St Andrews Holborne, esq, deceased Alderman, Thomas Concerning a lease of Baldwin's Gardens with covenants for building. [263]
51r Middx 1678, May 2 Farnham, Dame Katherine, widow and relict of Sir Clement Farnham late of Grays Inn, knight, deceased, and sole daughter and heir of Richard Baldwin of the parish of St Andrews Holborne, esq, deceased Taylor, William An order for making Ralph Freeman, William Freeman, Thomas Crouch, and Oliver Luke, esq, defendants to the plaintiff's bill. [264]
377v Norf 1682, July 6 Fawcett, Robert, clerk Purdy, William; William Thory; Robert Sexton; and Bartholomew Willis Concerning tithes of certain mills claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Aylsham. [265]
2v Salop 1677, Nov 29 Felton, William, gentleman; and others Wicherley, Daniel, gentleman Concerning customs and fines in the manor of Wem. [266]
21r Salop 1678, Feb 11 Felton, William, gentleman; and others Wicherley, Daniel, gentleman An order as to costs and as to a trial at law. [267]
21r Salop 1678, Feb 4 Felton, William, gentleman; and others Wicherley, Daniel, gentleman An order as to costs and as to continuing the cause [268]
38r Salop 1678, May 6 Felton, William, gentleman; and others Wicherley, Daniel, gentleman An order as to hearing the cause and as to costs. [269]
21v Salop 1678, Feb 13 Felton, William; and others Wicherley, Daniel, gentleman Concerning fines in the manor of Wem. [270]
164v Kent 1679, July 3 Fenn, James, clerk, vicar of Goudherst Groonbridge, John; and Jacob Bridge An order for a trial at law as to whether tithes of hops in Goudherst do belong to the rector or vicar. [271]
255r Kent 1680, Nov 11 Fenn, James, clerk, vicar of Goudherst Groonbridge, John; and Jacob Bridge An order for a new trial at law as to tithe of hops in Goodherst. [272]
324v Kent 1681, Oct 31 Fenn, James, clerk, vicar of Goudherst Groonbridge, John; and Jacob Bridge Concerning certain tithes of hops in Goodhurst. Dismissal of the defendants. [273]
345r Salop 1682, Feb 20 Finch, Catherine, executrix of William Finch, gentleman, deceased Scriven, Richard; and The Attorney General Concerning a matter of account. [274]
224r Kent 1680, July 7 Floate, John, clerk, rector of Acris Rigden, Edward, tenant of Acrisplace Farm Concerning certain tithes in Acris. Dismissal of the defendant. [275]
47r Wilts 1678, Apr 22 Flood, John, clerk, vicar of Cricklade St Sampsons Archer, Robert Concerning certain tithes in Cricklade St Sampsons. An order for a trial at law. [276]
85v Wilts 1678, Nov 14 Flood, John, clerk, vicar of Cricklade St Sampsons Archer, Robert Concerning certain tithes in Cricklade St Sampsons. [277]
114r Wilts 1679, Feb 3 Flood, John, clerk, vicar of Cricklade St Sampsons Archer, Robert Concerning certain tithes in Cricklade St Sampsons [278]
152r Som 1679, July 7 Fowler, Richard, clerk Warre, Thomas, esq Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Swell [279]
170v Som 1679, Nov 17 Fowler, Richard, clerk Warre, Thomas, esq An order as to continuing the cause etc. [280]
173r Som 1679, Nov 24 Fowler, Richard, clerk Warre, Thomas, esq Concerning tithes due to the plaintiff as vicar of Swell. [281]
179v London 1679, Nov 10 Foy, John, & Bridgett his wife, relict and executrix of John Rettorick; and Elizabeth Retorick, an infant daughter and heir of the said John Retorick by the said John Foy and Bridgett his wife her next friends and guardians Grant, Samuel Bill of Revivor. Convcerning account of the profits of several messuaes in the parish of St Martins in the Fields and other the possessions of John Retorick received by the defendant his guardian. [282]
234v Middx 1680, July 7 Foy, John, & Bridgett his wife, relict and executrix of John Rettorick; and Elizabeth Retorick, an infant daughter and heir of the said John Retorick by the said John Foy and Bridgett his wife her next friends and guardians Grant, Samuel Bill of Revivor. Concerning the profits of several messuages in the parish of St Martins in the Fields and other the possesions of John Retorick [283]
315r Middx 1681, Nov 10 Foy, John, & Bridgett his wife, relict and executrix of John Rettorick; and Elizabeth Retorick, an infant daughter and heir of the said John Retorick by the said John Foy and Bridgett his wife her next friends and guardians Post, Isaac, & Elizabeth his wife Concerning certain messuages in Longacre and Princes Court. An order for a trial at law. [284]
335v Surrey 1682, Feb 9 Francis, earl of Longford (and cross bill) Lee, Godfrey, gentleman; and others Concerning the chapel of Horsell and certain tithes. [285]
196r Surrey 1680, Feb 13 Francis, earl of Longford (Ireland); and Thomas Quinsey, clerk Lee, Godfrey, gentleman; and others An order as to hearing the cause. [286]
201v Surrey 1680, Feb 19 Francis, earl of Longford (Ireland); and Thomas Quinsey, clerk (and cross bill) Lee, Godfrey, gentleman; and others An order as to a case to be made. [287]
252r Surrey 1680, Nov 15 Francis, earl of Longford, Ireland; and Thomas Quinsie, clerk (and cross bill) Lee, Godfrey, gentleman; and others An order for a trial at law. [288]
346r Surrey 1682, Feb 20 Francis, earl of Longford; and Thomas Quinsey, clerk Lee, Godfrey, gentleman; Richard Boudley; Richarc Rooke sr; and others Concerning the chapel of Horsell, a house thereto belonging and certain tithes. [289]
363v London/Middx 1682, May 8 Gale, William, of London, merchant Gillingham, Roger, esq; Margaret Ashton, widow; John Hambleton; and Henry Penton Concerning an annuity, to payment of which a messuage and lands in Kingston upon Thames and divers houses in Currier's Alley in Shoe Lane, London, were liable. [290]
295r Norf 1681, June 9 Gaunt, ____ Browne, Richard, esq; and others Concerning a matter of account arising out of the subfarm of the excise in Norwich and some parts of Norfolk. [291]
50r Norf 1678, May 2 Gaunt, George Browne, Francis, widow; and others An order as to a report of auditors [292]
168r Norf 1679, Oct 30 Gaunt, George Curtis, Augustine Concerning matters of account [293]
38r Hants 1678, Apr 29 Gawden, Samuel, esq Burningham, Henry; Thomas Blanchard; and John Newman Concerning suits and services due to the plaintiff as owner of the manor of Froyle for a farm called Husseyes. [294]
197r Middx 1680, Feb 19 Gawden, Sir Dennis, knight Wickrod, Peter, administrator of William Bassett deceased; Richard Richardson; John Ramsey, esq; and others Concerning a matter of account arising out of the employment of one William Bassett deceased to buy cattle for the plaintiff as victualler of the Navy. [295]
246r Middx 1680, Nov 15 Gawden, Sir Dennis, knight Wickrod, Peter, administrator of William Bassett deceased; Richard Richardson; John Ramsey, esq; and others Concerning matters of account. [296]
388v London 1682, June 26 George, duke of Buckingham Christian, Edward; and Francis Tunstall Concerning matters of account as to the management of the plaintiff's estate by the defendants. [297]
119r Yorks 1679, Feb 10 George, duke of Buckingham Harvey, John, esq An order as to continuing the cause [298]
39r Yorks/elsewhere 1678, Apr 22 George, duke of Buckingham Harvey, John, esq; and others An order as to an arbitration [299]
339v London 1682, Feb 6 George, duke of Buckingham (and cross suit) Christian, Edward; and Francis Tunstall Concerning matters of account [300]
26r Bucks 1678, Feb 11 George, duke of Buckingham, late lord of the manor of Winslowe; Anthony, earl of Shaftesbury; Sir Thomas Osborne, baronet, now earl of Danby and lord high treasurer of England; Sir Robert Morray, knight; and John Tillotson, doctor of divinity, now lords of the said manor in trust for the said Duke and his heirs Gyles, William Concerning stalls, sheds, and booths erected at markets and fairs in the manor of Winslowe and as to market dues. An order for a trial at law. [301]
4v Yorks 1677, Nov 19 George, duke of Buckingham; and others Harvey, John, esq An order as to continuing the cause [302]
22r Yorks 1678, Feb 19 George, duke of Buckingham; and others Harvey, John, esq; and others An order as to continuing the cause [303]
381r Worcs 1682, July 3 George, lord Coventry Wiseman, Richard, esq; George See; and Thomas Calcott Concerning a rent reserved upon a grant made by the Crown of the forest, manor, and park of Feckenham and divers lands etc thereto belonging. Deismissal of cause. [304]
355r Kent 1682, Feb 9 Gill, John; Edward Chandler; and William Holloway Attorney General; John Perry, esq; Edward Buckly, esq; John Bigsby; and Lewis Fossan, gentleman Concerning matters of account arising out of the collection of Hearth Money in Hampshire, Sussex, Kent, Surrey. [305]
13v Staffs 1677, Nov 26 Golborne, 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 Pryors Heath alias Pryors Hall and divers lands in Stone. [306]
1r Staffs 1677, Nov 19 Golburne, 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 certain legacies. [307]
82r Norf 1678, June 26 Gooch, Henry, clerk Gage, Thomas; and Thomas Cooke Concerning tithes and duties claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Happisburgh. [308]
7v Sussex 1677, Dec 6 Gratwick, John, & Mildred his wife Richards, Elizabeth, widow; and John Hetherington, gentleman An order as to hearing the cause etc. [309]
27v Surrey 1678, Jan 28 Gratwick, John, & Mildred his wife Richards, Elizabeth, widow; and John Hetherington, gentleman An order for a trial at law as to a partition of certain grounds. [310]
98r Surrey 1678, Nov 18 Gratwick, John, & Mildred his wife Richards, Elizabeth, widow; and John Hetherington, gentleman An order for a commission to inquire as to a partition of certain lands. [311]
391r 1682, July 10 Greene, Nicholas, clerk, rector of East Haningfield Godsafe, John Concerning certain tithes in East Haningfield [312]
67v London 1678, June 17 Griffin, Sir Edward, knight Smith, Richard, esq Concerning a matter of account between the plaintiff as treasurer of the King's Chamber and the defendant as clerk of the Check to the Yeomen of the King's Guard. [313]
5v Lincs 1677, Nov 15 Guild and Brotherhood of Masters and Pilots, Seamen of the Trinity House in Kingston iupon Hull; and William Brasse Clipsham, Edmund Concerning primage for certain deals put on shore at Granthroppe alias Garnethorpe Haven a member of the port of Kingston upon Hull. [314]
149r Yorks 1679, July 7 Guy, Henry, esq Dalton, John, esq; Mary viscountess Dunbarr his wife; George Cave, gentleman; and George Roe, yeoman Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as farmer of the rectory of Kengham alias Kayingham [315]
135r Yorks 1679, May 19 Guy, Henry, esq Dalton, John, esq; Mary viscountess Dunbarr his wife; George Cave, gentleman; and George Roe, yeoman Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as farmer of the rectory of Kengham alias Kayingham [316]
56r Yorks 1678, June 3 Guy, Henry, esq; and others Robins, Anthony An order as to an auditor's report [317]
304v Yorks 1681, June 9 Guy, Henry, esq; and Sir Richard Lloyd, knight Watson, Rowland; and others Concerning matters of account arising out of the farm of the excise for the City of York, the county of the same, and the whole of Yorkshire. [318]
64v Yorks 1678, June 10 Guy, henry, esq; Richard Lloyd then esq now knight; William Hawkins, esq; Judith Wetherhead; and Francis Wetherhead, executors of Francis Wetherhead, esq, deceased Robins, Anthony Concerning money received by the defendant as collector of excise in the North Riding of Yorkshire. [319]
219r Corn 1680, May 6 Gwavas, William, esq Teage, Jenkin; and others An order as to hearing the cause [320]
248r Corn 1680, Dec 9 Gwavas, William, esq Teage, Jenkin; Charles Teage; Robert Tonkin; and others Concerning tithes of fish claimed by the plaintiff as owner of the rectory of Paull alias Paulyn [321]
225v Corn 1680, June 14 Gwavas, William, esq Teage, Jenkin; Charles Teage; Robert Tonkin; and others Concerning tithes of fish claimed by the plaintiff as owner of the rectory of Paull alias Paulyn [322]
315v London 1681, Nov 17 Gwavas, William, esq; and others Fountaine, Andrew, esq An order as to an auditor's report. [323]
342r London 1682, Feb 18 Gwavas, William, esq; and others Fountaine, Andrew, esq Concerning matters of account [324]
363r London 1682, May 15 Gwavas, William, esq; and others Fountaine, Andrew, esq An order as to summing up the plaintiff's evidence. [325]
363r London 1682, May 17 Gwavas, William, esq; and others Fountaine, Andrew, esq An order as to continuing the cause [326]
363r London 1682, May 8 Gwavas, William, esq; and others Fountaine, Andrew, esq An order as to continuing the cause. [327]
21v 1678, Feb 4 Gwynne, Philip, clerk Brasier, Alice; and Jervase Sharpe Concerning the tithes of a mead called Fryers Mead. [328]
7v Wilts 1677, Nov 21 Gwynne, Philip, clerk Brazier, Alice; and Jervas Sharpe Concerning tithes of a mead called Fryers Mead. An order as to continuing the cause. [329]
58r Wilts 1678, June 3 Gwynne, Philip, clerk, rector of Wilton Brasier, Alice; and Jervase Sharpe Concerning modus for the tithes of certain land in Netherhampton and as to the tithes of Fryars Meade. [330]
229r London 1680, June 21 Harris, Richard, & Ann his wife Cliffe, John; and Thomas Alcocke Concerning two houses lately belonging to Ann Dallum widow deceased and as to her personal estate. [331]
374r London 1682, June 19 Harris, Robert Cliffe, John; and Thomas Alcocke Concerning a messuage in the parish of St Gyles Cripplegate, London [332]
176v London 1679, Nov 10 Harris, Robert, & Ann his wife Cliffe, John; and Thomas Alcocke Concerning two houses lately belonging to Ann Dallum widow deceased and as to her personal estate. [333]
152v London 1679, July 3 Harrison, Edmond, gentleman, one of the sons of Edmond Harrison, late of London, esq, deceased Harrison, Mary, widow, administratrix of Godfrey Harrison deceased who was executor of the said Edmond Harrison esq deceased; Jane Harrison, widow; and John Harrison, son and heir of the said Godfrey. Concerning certain legacies. An order as to an arbitration. [334]
101v Middx 1678, Oct 28 Hart, William, gentleman Weekes, Edward, & Elizabeth his wife; and Rebecca Booth Concerning certain rent charges issuing out of three houses in Islington. Dismissal of the defendants. [335]
148v Lancs 1679, July 3 Hartley, Robert, clerk; John Rippax, clerk; and others, curates of the several parochial chapelries within the rectory of Whalley Gey, Stephen, clerk, vicar of Whalley Concerning the apportionment of an augmentation of salaries granted to the defendant as vicar of Whalley and to the plaintiffs as curates of the several parochial chapelries within the rectory of Whalley out of the Easter Roll of the said rectory. [336]
201v Surrey 1680, Feb 19 Hatcher, Walter, gentleman; Christofer Bowyer; William Greene; and others, on behalf of themselves and of all others, owners or occupiers of any messuages, lands, or tenements for which any tithes or dues are payable within the town and parish of Croyden Clewer, William, doctor in divinity, vicar of Croydon Concerning customs of tithing and customary dues in Croydon. [337]
244v Northt 1680, Nov 25 Hawkes, William Allam, Thomas; and Martin Pell Concerning tithes of certain lands in Maulton. Dismissal of the defendants. [338]
234r Corn 1680, July 8 Hawkins, John, clerk, vicar of Vinlelant St Ives and Towednacke Rosewall, Andrew Concerning tithes in Vinlelant St Ives and Towednacke [339]
4r Salop 1677, Dec 6 Hayles, Richard, gentleman Hayles, Elianor Concerning an agreement as to the estate of the plaintiff's father, and as to the personal estate of the plaintiff's mother to whom he is executor. [340]
267v Wilts 1681, Feb 10 Haynes, Daniel, esq; and Charles Fettiplace, gentleman Wildman, John, esq Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiffs as farmers of the rectory of Wroughton alias Ellingdon. [341]
299v Wilts 1681, July 4 Haynes, Daniel, esq; and Charles Fettiplace, gentleman Wildman, John, esq Concerning tithes due to the plaintiffs as farmers of the rectory of Wroughton alias Elingdon [342]
199v Devon 1680, Feb 9 Hele, Penelope, widow Colliver, Richard; and William Stert Concerning a supposed promise by the defendants as overseers of the poor of the parish of Cornwood to reimburse the plaintiff of all such moneys as she should expend in maintaining and curing one Robert Browne, an inhabitant within the said parish who had by accident broken his legs. Dismissal of the defendants. [343]
13r Kent 1677, Oct 25 Hempsley, Michael, gentleman, administrator of Thomas Philllipps clerk deceased Fullager, Christopher, executor of James Fullager. Bill of Revivor. An order for a trial at law as to a modus of tithing in Hedcorne. [344]
66r Kent 1678, June 27 Hempsley, Michael, gentleman, administrator of Thomas Philllipps clerk deceased Fullager, Christopher, executor of James Fullager. Bill of Revivor. An order for a new trial at law. [345]
324v Kent 1681, Dec 3 Henry, Charles, lord Wotton Skinners Company, London; and others Concerning several distresses for a rent charge [346]
64r Brecon 1678, June 13 Henry, lord marquis of Worcester Williams, Henry Concerning suit of mill by the tenants and inhabitants of the manor of Tretower in the parishes of St Michael cum Duy and Llangyneder. Dismissal of cause. [347]
368r Yorks 1682, May 11 Hewley, Sir John, knight (and cross suit) Darcey, Sir William; George his son and heir; Sir Hugh Cholmeley; and others, farmers of the alum mines Concerning certain lands in Kirkby Feltham and Lamb Haggwood and certain alum works which were security for a debt. [348]
340v Yorks 1682, Feb 20 Hewley, Sir John, knight (and cross suit) Darcey, Sir William; George his son and heir; Sir Hugh Cholmley, baronet; Sir Nicholas Crispe, knight, farmers of divers alum mines and works; and George Coward their agent, since deceased. Concerning a rent for divers alum mines and works [349]
325v Yorks 1681, Dec 3 Hewley, Sir John, knight (and cross suit) Darcey, Sir William; George his son and heir; Sir Hugh Cholmley; and others, farmers of the alum mines Concerning certain lands in Kirkby Feltham and Lamb Haggwood and certain alum works which were security for a debt. [350]
99r Yorks 1678, Dec 5 Hewley, Sir John, knight (and cross suit) Darcey, Sir William; Sir Nicholas Crispe; and others An order as to an auditor's report. Certain alum works in Skelton were involved. [351]
267r Wilts 1681, Feb 10 Hewlyn, Thomas, clerk Wildman, John, esq Concerning tithes of a farm called Leazes claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Wroughton. [352]
22v Northt 1678, Feb 7 Hill, Edward, esq; and others (entered with Lant v. Hill) Allen, Valentine; and others An order for a trial at law as to the right of commoning great cattle in a sheep walk in the manor of Rothwell. [353]
102r Northt 1678, Nov 29 Hill, Edward, esq; Henry Elkins; Robert Braine; and John Wells Allen, Valentine; Thomas Hayes; Samuel Fox; John Fox; Edmund Holliocke, and Thomas Humphry Concerning a sheepwalk claimed to belong to the lord of the manor of Rothwell. [354]
127v Yorks 1679, Feb 24 Hitch, Robert, doctor of divinity, dean of York; and Sir John Osborne, baronet, treasurer's remembrancer in this court, brother, heir, and executor of Sir Henry Osborne, knight, deceased Wilson, William, clerk; Thomas Dove; Roger Nesse; Richard Pond the elder; and others Concerning tithes in the rectory of Pickering and particularly in Ebberston, Allerstron, and Newton upon Rockcliffe, parcel of the said rectory. An order for a trial at law. [355]
23r Pembroke 1678, Feb 11 Holland, Nicholas, gentleman Jackson, George, & Bridgett his wife, executor of William Barnesley deceased. Concerning a matter of account. Dismissal of cause. [356]
9r Glouc 1677, Nov 19 Horler, Jeremiah, clerk Cabell, Richard, the younger Concerning tithes in Yate. An order for a new trial at law. [357]
155r Middx 1679, July 14 Hoxton, Lettice, widow Lewes, Ephraim Concerning two tenements in Wappin. [358]
147r Middx 1679, June 30 Hoxton, Lettice, widow Lewis, Ephraim An order as to hearing the cause etc. [359]
235r Salop 1680, July 7 Hughes, Richard, & Elizabeth his wife Trustan, Edward; John Lewis; and Richard Trystram Concerning matters of account. [360]
285v Salop 1681, Apr 21 Hughes, Richard, & Elizabeth his wife Trustan, Edward; John Lewis; and Richard Trystram Concerning matters of account. [361]
183v Dorset 1679, Nov 24 Hurding, John, esq Francis, lord Pawlett; and Sir Nathaniel Napper, knight and baronet Concerning a fee farm rent out of the manor, farm, and lands called Fryer Waddon and the manor and farm.of Ashley from which the said manor and farm of Ashley were discharged by a covenant at the plaintiff's purchase thereof from John late marquis of Winchester deceased. [362]
71r Flint 1678, June 17 Isaac, bishop of St Asaph Mostyn, William, esq Concerning the manor of Maliden [363]
319r Lincs 1681, Dec 2 Jackson, Thomas, gentleman Carterett, Lady Elizabeth, widow; and Edward Carterett, an infant Concerning a rent for the manor of Wyberton [364]
22r Brecon 1678, Feb 19 James, duke of York St Loe, Edward; Hugh Edwards; and Watkin Jenkin An order for a trial at law as to whether certain lands etc are parcel of the lands called Tyr y Lease Vach or part of the Forest Vachan. [365]
230v London/Middx/ Surrey 1680, July 7 James, Sir John, knight Killigrew, Sir William, knight Concerning an annuity out of the revenue of excise in London, Middlesex, and Surrey. [366]
244r London 1680, Oct 25 James, Sir John, knight Killigrew, Sir William, knight An order as to continuing the cause etc. [367]
302v Brecon 1681, July 4 Jefferyes, John, esq Jefferyes, Ann, widow; and Morgan Price Concerning a matter of account as to moneys received out of the issues of the rectory of Merthyr and Lanviangell [368]
200r Middx 1680, Feb 9 Jempson, Ann, widow Bradshaw, George Concerning an agreement as to several copyhold messuages held of the manor of Cantilowes. An order for a trial at law as to whether the plaintiff was lawfully married to one John Rayper or not. [369]
78v Northumb 1678, June 17 Jenkins, John, esq, & Margaret his wife, late the wife of Ralph Bradforth, esq, deceased; and Gerrard Browne, gentleman Milbanck, Sir Marke, baronet; Dorothy Milbanck, widow, executrix of Marke Milbanck, esq, deceased; Frances Thompson, executrix of Henry Thompson, executrix of Henry Thompson; and Samuel Bell Concerning the town and township of Hetherslawe and divers lands etc there. [370]
93r Berks 1678, Nov 21 Jennings, Edward, gentleman Pont, Richard, gentleman Concerning certain great tithes due to the plaintiff as owner of the rectory of Stanford in the Vale of White Horse. [371]
154v Berks 1679, June 3 Jennings, Edward, gentleman Pont, Richard, gentleman Concerning certain great tithes due to the plaintiff as owner of the rectory of Stanford in the Vale of White Horse. [372]
388r Brecon 1682, July 10 John, Brinta; and John Meredith Watkins, James; and Lewis Thomas Concerning certain tithes in Tallgarth. Dismissal of the defendants [373]
5r Bucks 1677, Nov 8 John, earl of Bridgwater Theede, John; Einor Fyrth; and Henry Cooley Concerning certain tithes in the vill of Horton in the parish of Eddlesborough. An order as to a trial at law. [374]
29r Bucks 1678, Feb 11 John, earl of Bridgwater Theede, John; Einor Fyrth; and Henry Cooley Concerning certain tithes in the vill of Horton claimed by the plaintiff as owner of the rectory impropriate of Eddlesborough and of Pitleston. [375]
60r Northt 1678, June 3 John, earl of Exeter, son and executor of John, late earl of Exeter deceased Dorrington, Francis, esq Concerning a lease of a messuage called the Nunns alias St Michaels, and a sheepwalk and divers lands lying in the fields of Stamford, Baron Wothorpe, and Pilsgate Meadows, part thereof adjoining to the Honor Manor House and Park of Burleigh. [376]
378r Brecon 1682, July 10 John, Gwenlian, widow Havard, John; and Morgan Thomas An order for payment of an annuity to the plaintiff in the porch of the parish church of Devimock in discharge of a maintenance settled upon her out of a tenement and lands. [377]
336r London 1682, Feb 6 Johnson, George, esq (and cross bill) Phelpes, John, gentleman An order as to an arbitration [378]
22r Glouc 1678, Feb 7 Johnson, Mary, widow, executrix of Richard Johnson, clerk, deceased, rector of Brodwell Chadwell, William, esq Concerning certain tithes in Broadwell [379]
41r Glouc 1678, May 14 Johnson, Mary, widow, executrix of Richard Johnson, clerk, deceased, rector of Brodwell Chadwell, William, esq Concerning certain tithes in Brodwell [380]
217v London 1680, May 13 Johnson, William, & Elizabeth his wife Ebbott, William Concerning divers messuaes and lands in Farningham, Kent. Dismissal of cause. [381]
204r Radnor 1680, Feb 19 Jones, Simon, clerk Tonman, Thomas; Richard Harris; and Stephen Prosser Concerning certain tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of New Radnor. An order for a trial at law. [382]
284r Radnor 1681, May 17 Jones, Simon, clerk Towman, Thomas An order for a new trial at law. [383]
300r Herefs 1681, July 4 Jones, Walter Watkins, Samuel; and William Phillipp David Concerning a messuage and land in Clifford. Dismissal of cause. [384]
376r Herefs 1682, July 10 Kettleby, Thomas, clerk Corbett, Richard Concerning tithes etc claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Avenbury, the defendant who claims the impropriate rectory of Avenbury, denying the said vicarage to be endowed with any more than £7 6s 8d yearly stipend and a small parcel of meadow ground. An order as to continuing the cause. [385]
63r Surrey 1678, June 6 Lambert, Christopher Heatfield, Jane, widow Concerning certain lands called Naywards alias Tyefields held of the manor of Rygate. [386]
22v Northt 1678, Feb 7 Lant, Andrew, esq; and others (entered with Hill v. Allen) Hill, Edward, esq; and others An order for a trial at law as to the right of commoning great cattle in a sheep walk in the manor of Rothwell. [387]
301v London 1681, July 1 Lee, Henry, esq, son and executor of John Lee alias Warner, doctor in divinity, deceased The Queen; Sir James Butler, knight, the Queen's attorney general; Phillip, earl of Chesterfield; Henry, earl of Clarendon; William, viscount Bouncker; William Montagu, lord chief baron of this court, her majesty's trustees; and the Mayor, Citizens, and Commonalty of LondonConcerning an annual rent of £315 reserved and payable for the liberties, franchises etc granted to the City of London by King Richard II, £220 of which is part of the Queen's jointure for life, the remainder being held by the plaintiff subject to certain payments to the warden of the Fleet and others. Dismissal of cause. [388]
115v Essex 1679, Feb 3 LeGrosse, Robert, doctor of divinity Levermore, Ezechiel Concerning tithes for a corn mill claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of West Mersey. An order for a trial at law. [389]
134r Essex 1679, May 12 LeGrosse, Robert, doctor of divinity Levermore, Ezechiel Concerning tithes for a certain mill claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of West Mersey. An order for a new trial at law. [390]
188r Essex 1679, Nov 27 LeGrosse, Robert, doctor of divinity Levermore, Ezechiel Concerning tithes for a certain mill claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of West Mersey. Dismissal of the defendant. [391]
74v Suff 1678, June 6 Levett, John, & Mary his wife Lenthall, Bridget, widow, executrix of Edmund Lenthall, esq, deceased Concerning divers lands etc parcel of the manor of Blymhill and Bramton, Staffs. [392]
99r Middx 1678, Nov 21 Levett, William, esq Fox, Sir Stephen, knight Concerning a matter of account arising out of the receipt of the Royal Aid and Additional Supply in Wiltshire. Dismissal of the defendant. [393]
100v London/Lancs 1678, Oct 31 Lightman, William, of London, gentleman Legh, Henry, esq; John Case; Thomas Cook; John Cooke; and Thomas Wright, gentleman Concerning a promise made by Sir Gilbert Ireland, knight, deceased to pay certain money on the plaintiff's marriage with Ellizabeth, daughter of one Eleanor Crompton. Dismissal of the defendants. [394]
300r Herefs 1681, July 1 Linnett, Alice, widow, relict of John Linnett, deceased Linnett, Thomas, the elder Concerning legacies. [395]
84v London 1678, Oct 24 Liver, Richard Williams, John Concerning matters of account as to work done in building divers houses in London [396]
41r Norf 1678, May 6 Locke, Peter, gentleman Funnell, John Concerning tithes clalimed by the plaintiff as lessee of the rectory of Tybenham. Dismissal of the defendant [397]
232v Bucks 1680. July 1 Lomax, Joshua, esq; and Edward Heming Jolly, Edward, clerk Concerning a sale of the parsonage house, glebe lands, and certain tithes of the rectory of Wendover. [398]
270v Bucks 1681, Feb 14 Lomax, Joshua, esq; and Edward Heming Jolly, Edward, clerk Concerning a sale of the parsonage house, glebe lands, and certain tithes of the rectory of Wendover. [399]
279r Bucks 1681, May 9 Lomax, Joshua, esq; and Edward Heming Jolly, Edward, clerk An order as to continuing the cause etc [400]
384v Suff 1682, July 10 Lomax, Lawrence Manne, Edward Concerning certain tithes claimed by the plaintiff as impropriator of the tithes in the hamlet of Eye called by the name of Cookenly and Cranly. Dismissal of cause. [401]
339r London 1682, Jan 26 Long, Nathaniel; and Thomas Jones of London, merchants Delavall, Ralph; and john Thorneborough An order as to continuing the cause. [402]
315r London 1681, Dec 2 Long, Nathaniel; and Thomas Jones of London, merchants Thornborough, John, esq; and Ralph Delavall, esq An order as to security. [403]
322v London 1681, Dec 5 Long, Nathaniel; and Thomas Jones of London, merchants Thornborough, John, esq; and Ralph Delavall, esq An order as to hearing the cause. [404]
298r London 1681, July 1 Long, Nathaniel; and Thomas Jones of London, merchants Thornborough, John, esq; and Ralph Delavall, esq Concerning trade done for the plaintiffs by the defendant Thornborough a ship's captain navigating to "Gwinny" and elsewhere. [405]
338v Middx 1682, Feb 9 Long, Nathaniel; and Thomas Jones of London, merchants Thornborough, John, esq; and Ralph Delavall, esq An order as to hearing the cause. [406]
375r 1682, June 29 Long, Nathaniel; and Thomas Jones of London, merchants Thornburgh, John; and Ralph Delavall, esq Concerning trade done for the plaintiffs by the defendant Thornborough a ship's captain navigating to "Gwinny" and elsewhere. [407]
342v 1682, Feb 16 Long, Nathaniel; and Thomas Jones of London, merchants Thorneburgh, Ralph, esq; and Ralph Delavall, esq Concerning trade done for the plaintiffs by the defendant Thornborough a ship's captain navigating to "Gwinny" and elsewhere. [408]
363r London 1682, May 22 Lovell, Isaac, clerk Jekin, Valentine Concerning tithes due to the plaintiff as vicar of Woodnesborough alias Winsborough [409]
1r Staffs 1677, Nov 12 Lowe alias Golborne, Lucretia; and others Jarvis, William, gentleman; and others An order as to hearing the cause and as to costs. [410]
233r London 1680, July 8 Lucy, Thomas, esq, son and heir and executor of Richard Lucy, esq, deceased George, earl of Berkley; and Sir Edward Atkyns, knight, one of the barons of this court, executors of Sir Kingsmill Lucy, baronet, who was executor of Sir Richard Lucy, knight and baronet, deceased. Concerning a bond. [411]
7r Surrey 1677, Nov 22 Ludlowe, Henry, esq, & Margaret his wife; and others Ramsden, John, esq, & Lettice his wife; and John Childe, gentleman Concerning a partition of the real estates of Paul Caryll and John Caryll esqs deceased and as to mortgages upon the said estates. [412]
244r Surrey 1680, Nov 4 Ludlowe, Henry, esq, & Margaret his wife; John Child, gentleman Smith, Thomas, esq; Richard Symes, gentleman; and others Concerning certain mortgages and matters of account. [413]
364v Lancs 1682, May 22 Lyon, Henry, & Sarah his wife; William Denton, & Mary his wife; and William King (and cross bill) Davy, John, clerk, & Susan his wife Concerning the estate of John Plumpton deceased including divers lands in Oldham and elsewhere [414]
388v Devon 1682, July 10 Mallacke, Rawlyn, esq Bourton, George An order as to dismissing the defendant [415]
279v Cambs 1681, May 9 Manning, Richard, clerk Dean and Chapter of Ely; Robert Swann the elder and the younger Concerning a pension out of the rectory of Hawkston claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Little Shelford. [416]
286v London 1681, May 9 Margett, Thomas Butcher, Charles; and others An order as to continuing the cause. [417]
310r Northt 1681, June 13 Margetts, Thomas Butcher, Charles; Edward Wyatt; John Whittacre; and Willliam Bricknell Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as farmer of the rectory of Sutton alias King's Sutton [418]
384r 1682, June 22 Marsh, John, gentleman; Mary King, executrix of Richard King; and Richard Whittington, executor of John Farrington Porey, Jane, widow Concerning a bond for performance of the covenants of a grant of certain tithes etc in Ribchester, Lancs, and of the rectory of Ribchester. [419]
282r Kent 1681, May 9 Marsh, Richard, clerk, rector of Ruckinge Courteis, Sir George, knight; and others Concernng tithes of Goldwell Wood in Ruckinge which the defendants claim to be tithe-free as being within the precincts of the Weald of Kent. An order for a trial at law. [420]
99v Radnor 1678, Nov 29 Mason, Thomas, gentleman Jones, Griffith, the elder and the younger; and Richard Harris, clerk Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as owner of the rectory of Llanvehangell Mantmellyn [421]
195r Yorks 1680, Feb 9 Master, Fellows, and Scholars of Trinity College, Cambridge Hepbourne, John, clerk; Richard Godsalve, clerk; and Nathaniel Buck, clerk Concerning several annual pensions issuing out of the rectories of Croftes, Richmond, Hawkeswell, Patrick Brompton, and Stanton belonging to the rectory of Gainsford within the archdeaconry of Richmond. [422]
213r Yorks 1680, May 10 Master, Fellows, and Scholars of Trinity College, Cambridge Hepbourne, John, clerk; Richard Godsalve, clerk; and Nathaniel Buck, clerk Concerning several annual pensions issuing out of the rectories of Croftes, Richmond, Hawkeswell, Patrick Brompton, and Stanton belonging to the rectory of Gainsford within the archdeaconry of Richmond. [423]
213r Yorks 1680, May 3 Master, Fellows, and Scholars of Trinity College, Cambridge Hepbourne, John, clerk; Richard Godsalve, clerk; and Nathaniel Buck, clerk An order as to a report of the deputy remembrancer [424]
391r London 1682, July 6 Mayor, Commonalty, and Citizens of London, governors of St Bartholomew's Hospital Prince, Edward; Richard Phillips; Henry Ratclift; William Cheny; and Robert Childe, parishioners and inhabitants in the parish of Christ Church, London Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiffs in the parish of Christ Church, London [425]
66v Essex 1678, June 17 Meggett, George, sr Searle, Andrew; and John Knowlton Concerning certain tithes in Theydon Boys [426]
220v Notts 1680, May 17 Meires, Andrew, clerk Astlyn, Francis; Joseph May; and Lawrence Watts Concerning certain tithes within the town, soke, and parish of Southwell. [427]
3r Ches 1677, Nov 22 Merrill, Radulph Parker, John; and others An order as to dismissing the defendants [428]
268r Glouc 1681, Feb14 Messenger, Richard; William Messenger; and Joan Messenger, infants by John Tyler their next friend. Dewxell, Richard, gentleman, executor of Margaret Messenger, deceased. Concerning lands in Gloucestershire personal estate devised to the plaintiffs by Richard Messenger late one of the aldermen of Gloucester, deceased. [429]
101r Hants 1678, Nov 29 Mills, Robert; and John Restall Clements, John; and Richard Seale Concerning certain tithes claimed by the plaintiffs as tenants of the rectory of Steepe. [430]
41v Ches 1678, Apr 22 Minshull, Randle, gentleman Golborne, Mary, widow; Simon Tildesley, the elder and the younger; John Tildesley; Richard Griffin, esq; and Elizabeth Price, widow Concerning certain lands etc in Bartherton [431]
74v Ches 1678, June 26 Minshull, Randle, gentleman; and William Collington Heather, Benjamin; and John Tildesley Concerning a recognizance and as to the manor of Batherton extended thereupon. [432]
132r Ches 1679, Feb? Minshull, Randle, gentleman; and William Collington Heather, Benjamin; and John Tildesley Concerning an extent of the manor of Bartherton upon a recognizance [433]
2r Ches 1677, Nov 19 Minshull, Ranulph, gentleman Golborne, Mary, widow; and others An order as to an auditor's report. [434]
1r Ches 1677, Nov 12 Minshull, Ranulph, gentleman Golborne, Mary, widow; Simon Tildesley, the elder and the younger; and others An order as to an auditor's report and as to hearing the cause. [435]
228r London 1680, June 28 Misservey, Francis, gentleman Prichard, Thomas, esq; and Edward Booth Concerning certain money transactions [436]
26v Oxon 1678, Feb 5 Moore, John; Margaret Moore; Thomas Gifford; and Edward Chadwell Adams, John, gentleman Concerning an annuity issuing out of certain lands in Chipping Norton [437]
349r Herefs 1682, Feb 21 Moreton, Humphrey Perkes, Thomas, & Margaret his wife; Margaret Perkes; Frances Perkes; Thomas Perkes, sons and daughters of Thomas Perkes and Margaret his wife; Francis Moreton; John Moreton; and Anthony MoretonConcerning a devise of a farm, lands, etc in Ledbury and Eastnor subject to a charge of £200, which charge the plaintiff alleges that he has paid and that certain in Donington and Ledbury ought to be liable thereto. [438]
215v Yorks 1680, May 13 Morrett, Richard, & Jane his wife, executrix of Edward Loftus Marwood, Henry, baronet An order as to continuing the cause and as to an arbitration. [439]
128v Yorks 1679, Feb 24 Morrett, Richard, & Jane his wife, executrix of Edward Loftus Marwood, Henry, esq, late sheriff of Yorkshire Concerning a matter of account between Edward Loftus as undersheriff of Yorkshire and the defendant [440]
201v Yorks 1680, Feb 19 Morrett, Richard, & Jane his wife, executrix of Edward Loftus Marwood, Henry, esq, late sheriff of Yorkshire An order as to hearing the cause [441]
215v Yorks 1680, May 7 Morrett, Richard, & Jane his wife, executrix of Edward Loftus Marwood, Henry, esq, late sheriff of Yorkshire An order as to hearing the cause. [442]
182v Middx 1679, Dec 10 Mountague, William, lord chief baron of the exchequer Metford, Samuel Concerning a rent of a message in Portugall Rowe in Lincolns Inn Fields [443]
293r London 1681, June 20 Mountney, Charles, gentleman, & Elizabeth his wife Dawes, Abraham Concerning an account of money belonging to the plaintiff Elizabeth put into the defendant's hands to be adventured in the way of merchandise with his own. [444]
186v Dorset 1679, Nov 24 Nappier, Sir Nathaniel, knight and baronet Charles, marquis of Winchester; Francis, lord Pawlett; and John Hurding, esq Concerning a fee farm rent out of the farms of Waddon and Ashley and divers other lands etc parcel of the late Abbey of Letley, Hants. [445]
297r Northt/Lincs 1681, July 1 Newport, Thomas, esq Clapoole, John, esq; and Thomas Percivall, gentleman Concerning a mortgage of the manor of Northburgh alias Northborough, Maxey, Depringate, Glinton, Ellton, Peakinke, and elsewhere in Northamptonshire and Deeping St James, Lincs. [446]
294v Northt 1681, June 23 Newport, Thomas, esq Claypole, John, esq; and Thomas Percivall, gentleman Concerning a mortgage of the manor of Northburgh alias Northborough and divers other lands etc in Northamptonshire and Lincolnshire. [447]
57r London 1678, June 12 Nicholls, John, an infant by William Stane, John Thompson, and Robert Person his guardian Browne, Joseph, gentleman Concerning a matter of account. [448]
163v Bucks 1679, July 14 Noble, James Crooke, Sir John, baronet, since deceased; Dodsworth Crooke, esq, now Sir Dodsworth Crooke, baronet; Thomas Hall; and Gilbert Jackson Concerning certain lands called Bennyfield in Chilton which were involved in certain money transactions [449]
263r Bucks 1681, Feb 14 Noble, James, gentleman Crooke, Sir Dodsworth, baronet; Thomas Hall; and Gilbert Jackson Concerning certain matters of account [450]
171v Surrey 1679, Nov 20 Oakes, Edward, an infant by Joy Starre his grandfather and guardian Bulkley, John; and Richard Kentish Concerning several messuages and parcels of land in the parish of St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey. [451]
62v Surrey 1678, June 13 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 Worplesdon. Dismissal of the defendants. [452]
92v England/ Exchequer 1678, Dec 5 On behalf of the Honorable Vere Bertie, now one of the justices of the court of Common Pleas An order as to an account of the fees and profits received by the Honorable Vere Bertie as the King's Remembrancer of this court and of all deposited money during the time he executed the said office. [453]
38v Bucks 1678, Apr 29 Payce, Ann Risley, John, esq Concerning tithes in Lenborough. An order for a trial at law. [454]
165r Bucks 1679, July 14 Payce, Ann Risley, John, esq Concerning tithes of certain lands in the manor or lordship of Lenborough [455]
151v Bucks 1679, June 30 Payce, Ann Risley, John, esq An order as to decreeing a certificate of the deputy remembrancer. [456]
134v Bucks 1679, May 19 Payce, Ann Risley, John, esq An order as to a decree for certain tithes [457]
134v Bucks 1679, May 26 Payce, Ann Risley, John, esq Concerning tithes of several lands within the lordship or manor of Senborough [458]
100r Wilts 1678, Nov 21 Pearce, John, gentleman; and Symon Sloper, an infant by Edward Brinkworth his guardian Bennet, Elizabeth, widow Concerning tithes due to the plaintiffs as owners and proprietors of the rectory of Norton Bavant. An order for a new trial at law. [459]
148r Wilts 1679, June 26 Pearce, John, gentleman; and Symon Sloper, an infant by Edward Brinkworth his guardian Bennett, Elizabeth, widow Concerning certain tithes claimed by the plaintiffs as owners of the rectory of Norton Bavant. An order for a new trial at law. [460]
179r Wilts 1679, Nov 27 Pearce, John, gentleman; and Symon Sloper, an infant by Edward Brinkworth his guardian Bennett, Elizabeth, widow; and others Concerning certain tithes claimed by the plaintiffs as proprietors of the rectory of Norton Bavant, the defendant Elizabeth Bennett claiming that the lands held by her are tithe-free as having been parcel of the late dissolved monastery of Dertford, Kent. Dismissal of the said defendant. [461]
85v Lincs 1678, Nov 11 Pearne, Henry, clerk Kendall, Samuel; and others An order as to continuing the cause. [462]
40v Som 1678, May 6 Pearse, John; and Simon Sloper, an infant by Edward Brinckworth his guardian Bennett, Elizabeth An order as to examination of certain witnesses [463]
62r Wilts 1678, June 13 Pearse, John; and Simon Sloper, an infant by Edward Brinckworth his guardian Bennett, Elizabeth, widow Concerning tithes due to the plaintiff as owners of the rectory of Norton Bavant. An order for a trial at law. [464]
264r London 1681, Feb 3 Peighen, Thomas Fulford, George; and others An order as to certain damages. [465]
346r Lincs 1682, Feb 20 Pein, Henry, clerk Clapham, Sir Christofer, knight; Amos Ewin; Thomas Buck; and William Briggins Concerning certain tithes in Crowland. An order for a trial at law. [466]
93v Middx 1678, Nov 18 Pelyne, Corineus, gentleman Radford, John Concerning a messuage in the parish of St Clement Danes. [467]
114v London 1679, Feb 24 Pemberton, Sir Francis, knight; and others (and cross suit) Jevan, Sara, widow; Roger Scudamore; and John Grant, clerk An order as to hearing the causes. [468]
160v Lincs 1679, July 10 Perne, Henry, clerk Kendall, Samuel; and others Concerning the liability to tithes of the demesne lands of the manor of Crowland [469]
87r Lincs 1678, Nov 25 Perne, Henry, clerk Kendall, Samuel; James Hampson; Valentine Harvey; and others Concerning tithes in Crowland. An order for a trial at law as to whether the demesne lands of the manor of Crowland are tithe-free. [470]
43r Lincs 1678, Apr 22 Perne, Henry, clerk Styles, William, clerk; Samuel Kendall; James Hampson; and others Concerning tithes in Crowland. An order for a trial at law. [471]
95v Beds 1678, Nov 14 Philadelphia, lady Wentworth, widow and relict of Thomas, lord Wentworth deceased; Henrietta Maria, lady Wentworth, baroness of Nettlestead, grandchild and heir of Thomas, earl of Cleveland deceased and daughter and heir of the said Thomas, lord Wentworth an infant by the aforesaid Lady Philadelphia her mother and next friend; James, earl of Northampton; and Henry, earl of Peterborough Pryor, William; John Harris; Samuel Ironside; and others Concerning the equity of redemption of divers morgaged lands in Tuddington and elsewhere in Bedfordshire.. [472]
84v Beds 1678, Oct 31 Philadelphia, lady Wentworth; and others Pryor, William An ordere as to confirming an award of the Attorney Genral by a decree of this court. [473]
4v Beds 1677, Nov 19 Philadelphia, lady Wentworth; and others Pryor, William; and others An order as to continuing the cause and as to attendance of auditors [474]
4v Beds 1677, Nov 26 Philadelphia, lady Wentworth; and others Pryor, William; and others An order as to accounts to be stated by auditors [475]
4v Beds 1677, Nov 8 Philadelphia, lady Wentworth; and others Pryor, William; and others An order as to continuing the cause and as to attendance of auditors [476]
40v Beds 1678, Apr 18 Philadelphia, lady Wentworth; and others Pryor, William; and others An order as to hearing the cause and as to attendance of auditors [477]
40r Beds 1678, Apr 25 Philadelphia, lady Wentworth; and others Pryor, William; and others Concerning matters of account [478]
39r Beds 1678, Apr 29 Philadelphia, lady Wentworth; and others Pryor, William; and others Concerning matters of account in which divers lands etc in Harlington were involved. [479]
69v Beds 1678, June 20 Philadelphia, lady Wentworth; and others Pryor, William; and others An order as to an arbitration [480]
69v Beds 1678, June 27 Philadelphia, lady Wentworth; and others Pryor, William; and others An order as to an arbitration [481]
40v Beds 1678, May 14 Philadelphia, lady Wentworth; and others Pryor, William; and others An order as to witnesses [482]
84r Beds 1678, Nov 14 Philadelphia, lady Wentworth; and others Pryor, William; and others An order as to an arbitration and award. [483]
97r Beds 1678, Dec 5 Philadelphia, lady Wentworth; Henrietta Maria, lady Wentworth, baroness of Nettlestead, an infant; James, earl of Northampton; and Henry, earl of Peterborough Pryor, William; John Harris; Samuel Ironside; and others Concerning the equity of redemption of divers morgaged lands in Tuddington and elsewhere in Bedfordshire.. [484]
45r Ches 1678, May 12 Pickering, Robert, esq Sutton, Thomas; and Isaac Typping An order as to costs and as to an auditor's report [485]
38v Ches 1678, May 13 Pickering, Robert, esq Sutton, Thomas; and Isaac Typping An order as to hearing the cause [486]
208v Glouc 1680, Feb 9 Pilsworth, Daniel, clerk, rector of Charfield West, Robert Concerning tithes for certain lands called Nethwood alias Netherwood in Charfield. [487]
366r Glouc 1682, May 11 Pointz, Lady Ann, widow Porter, Pointz, esq; and others An order as to continuing the cause [488]
365v Glouc 1682, May 18 Pointz, Lady Ann, widow Porter, Pointz, esq; and others Concerning the purchase money of divers manors, lands etc. [489]
352r Glouc 1682, Feb 14 Pointz, Lady Ann, widow, relict, and executrix of Sir John Pointz, knight James, duke of Ormond; George Penney; Thomas Baker; Richard Hawkins; and Poyntz Porter, esq Concenring the manor of Iron Acton and other lands [490]
227v Beds 1680, June 28 Pomfrett, Thomas, clerk, vicar of Luton Laundy, Edward; and William Waite, gentleman Concerning certain tithes in Luton. An order for a trial at law. [491]
245v Beds 1680, Nov 15 Pomfrett, Thomas, clerk, vicar of Luton Waite, William; and Edward Landy Concerning certain tithes in Luton. Certain lands in the manor of Dallowe in Luton being tithe-free as having been part of the possessions of the late dissolved monastery of St Albans the defendant Waite is dismissed. [492]
174v Essex 1679, Dec 10 Poole, John, the younger, gentleman Atwood, William, an infant; and William Atwood, esq Concerning lands in Standford Rivers and Kelvedon involved in certain money transactions [493]
339r Glouc 1682, Jan 26 Poyntz, Lady Anne, widow, relict and executrix of Sir John Poyntz, knight James, duke of Ormond; George Penne; Thomas Baker; Richard Hawkins; and Poyntz Porter, esq An order for a trial at law. [494]
105r London 1678, Nov 7 Prettyman, Thomas Prettyman, William, esq; John Cooke, esq; William Noyes, gentleman; and John Cale Concerning an agreement as to the redemption of certain mortgaged grounds called the Owlt Close and the Owlt Meadow in Frisby, Leics. [495]
392v Radnor 1682, July 10 Probert, James Brace, Stephen; John Paddam; and Ralph Kent Concerning a mortgage of certain messuages called Fynongynyd and Combedy in Glasbury. [496]
319v Yorks 1681, Nov 14 Pudsey, Thomas, gentleman Wilson, Thomas, gentleman Concerning the manor or capital messuage called Beecroft Hall and the impropriate rectory of Horton in Ribesdale and several lands etc thereto belonging. Dismissal of defendant. [497]
185v Northumb 1679, Dec 10 Ralph Williamson, gentleman, & Mary his wife; and Elizabeth Ramsey, spinster, his sister, daughters and coheirs of George Ramsey of Bewicke, esq, the said Elizabeth being an infant by the said Ralph Williamsnon her guardian Dalavall, William, & Mary his wife; William Widdington; and others Concerning the manor town and lordship of Old Bewick with the appurtenances, messuages, and demesnes of New Bewicke in Eglingham parish, the town and township of East Lilbourne with the appurtnenaces, a mill in Old Bewick, and several farms, messuages, lands, mines etc in Old Bewick, New Bewick, East Lilbourne, Eglingham, and elsewhere in Northumberland. [498]
388r Essex 1682, June 29 Rands, Robert, & Dorothy his wife Roberts, John, & Anne his wife Concerning a money transaction. Dismissal of the defendants. [499]
67r Herefs 1678, June 26 Rodd, Hugh, of Hereford City, mercer Adams, Ann, widow; James Squire; Henry Spencer; and Jane Spencer Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as owner of the rectory of Amberley [500]
153r Herefs 1679, July 14 Rodd, Hugh, of Hereford City, mercer Adams, Ann, widow; James Squire; Henry Spencer; and Jane Spencer Concerning tithes due to the plaintiff as owner of the rectory of Amberley [501]
198r Herefs 1680, Feb 5 Rodd, Hugh, of Hereford City, mercer Adams, Ann, widow; James Squire; Henry Spencer; and Jane Spencer Concerning tithes due to the plaintiff as owner of the rectory of Amberley [502]
216v Ches 1680, May 13 Rode, Thomas; and Stephen Blackleach, executors of Richard Blackleach deceased Hulme, William, esq Concerning a bond [503]
315r Middx 1681, Nov 7 Rodrigues, Anthony Hawgood, Thomas Concerning a matter of account as to rent of ahouse in Charing Cross and as to adding a garret thereto. Dismissal of the defendant. [504]
376v Sussex 1682, June 29 Salisbury, Francis, clerk Whitby, Ann, widow and relict of Oliver Whitby, bachelor of divinity; and Oliver Whitby his son an infant by the said Ann his morhter and guardian. Concerning dilapidations claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Hasting. Dismissal of the defendants. [505]
298r London 1681, July 4 Scudamore, Roger, gentleman Marshall, John An order as to dismissing the defendant. [506]
327v London 1681, Oct 27 Scudamore, Roger, gentleman Marshall, John; and others Concerning a rate in lieu of tithes for a house in the parish of St Dunston in the West, London. Dismissal of the defendant Marshall. [507]
133r London 1679, May 22 Scudamore, Roger, gentleman Pemberton, Sir Francis, knight, one of the justices of the court of King's Bench Concerning customary payments in lieu of tithes for certain houses in the parish of St Dunstans in the West, London. An order for a trial at law. [508]
178r London 1679, Dec 10 Scudamore, Roger, gentleman Pemberton, Sir Francis, knight, one of the justices of the court of King's Bench; and others Concerning a customary payment in lieu of tithes for a house in the parish of St Dunstans in the West, London. [509]
129r Middx 1679, Feb 10 Scudamore, Roger, gentleman Pilsworth, Edward; George Dewy; Roger Standish; and others Concerning customary payments in lieu of tithes for several houses, shops, etc., in the parish of St Dunstans in the West, London [510]
272v Yorks 1681, Feb 3 Shawe, John, & his wife Broadbent, William An order as to dismissing the cause. [511]
365r England/London 1682, May 3 Shawe, Sir John, baronet, son and executor of Sir John Shawe, knight and baronet deceased) (entered with Wostenholme v. Bence) Bence, John, esq; and George Robinson, surviving executor of Sir Martin Noel, knight deceased. An order as to dismissing the causes. [512]
267r Wilts 1681, Feb 7 Shorter, Nicholas, clerk Manning, Thomas Concerning certain tithes in Patney. Dismissal of cause. [513]
81r Hants 1678, June 26 Shotholt, Thomas, clerk, rector of Bradly Dovey, John Concerning certain tithes in Bradly [514]
37v Essex 1678, Apr 29 Silverlocke, Thomas, clerk Iles, John Concerning certain tithes in Tilbury [515]
50v Essex 1678, May 6 Silverlocke, Thomas, clerk Iles, John Concerning certain tithes in West Tilbury [516]
91v Essex 1678, Nov 29 Silverlocke, Thomas, clerk, rector of West Tilbury Iles, John Concerning certain tithes in West Tilbury [517]
246v Devon 1680, Nov 22 Simpson, Robert, clerk Tucker, William; and others An order as to hearing the cause. [518]
164v Devon 1679, July 7 Simpson, Robert, clerk Tucker, William; John Turner; Robert Turner; Richard Lee; William Thomas; and Thomas Wislade Concerning tithes etc due to the plaintiff as vicar of Collyton and of Shute and Mouncton thereto appendant. An order for a trial at law as to certain alleged customs in the tithings of Minchinholme and Woodland in the said parish. [519]
254r Devon 1680, Nov 25 Simpson, Robert, clerk Tucker, William; John Turner; Robert Turner; Richard Lee; William Thomas; and Thomas Wislade Concerning tithes due to the plaintiff as vicar of Collyton Shute and Mounckton [520]
301r Devon 1681, July 1 Simpson, Robert, clerk Tucker, William; John Turner; Robert Turner; Richard Lee; William Thomas; and Thomas Wislade An order as to payment of the value of certain tithes. [521]
273v Sussex 1681, Feb 7 Skeech, Andrew Moore, Marke; Marke Clevett; Thomas Aylsbury; and others Concerning certain tenements in the parish of St Clements in Hastings lately belonging to Margery Winfield widow deceased and as to her personal estate. Dismissal of cause. [522]
224r London 1680, June 17 Skinner, Thomas, merchant (and cross bill) Skinner, Daniel, merchant; and John Davis An oreder as to an auditor's report and as to hearing the cause. [523]
320v London 1681, Oct 31 Skinner, Thomas, merchant (and cross bill) Skinner, Daniel, merchant; and John Davis Concerning matters of account [524]
37r London 1678, Apr 23 Skinner, Thomas, merchant (and cross bill) Skinner, Daniel, merchant; Thomas Rastall, merchant; and others Concerning breach of certain covenants for delivery of pepper and other goods aboard the ship Dolphin in India. An order for a trial at law. [525]
68v London 1678, June 13 Skinner, Thomas, merchant (and cross bill) Skinner, Daniel, merchant; Thomas Rastall, merchant; and others Concerning matters of account. [526]
231r London 1680, July 1 Skinner, Thomas, merchant (and cross bill) Skinner, Daniel; John Davis; and others An order as to continuing the causes. [527]
216r London 1680, May 10 Skinner, Thomas, merchant (and cross bill) Skinner, Daniel; John Davis; and others An order as to rehearing the causes and as to production of certain writings. [528]
262r London 1681, Jan 27 Skinner, Thomas, merchant (and cross bill) Skinner, Daniel; John Davis; and others An order as to an auditor's report. [529]
214v Ches 1680, May 13 Smith, John, gentleman Walker, Ralph, gentleman, & Mary his wife; John Dodd, & Margaret his wife Concerning certain lands etc in Rowton alias Rowe Christleton formerly belonging to one John Maddocks the plaintiff's uncle deceased. [530]
391r Devon 1682, June 23 Smith, Sir James, knight Hutchinson, John; and William glyde Concerning matters of account arising out of the farm of excise in Devon and Exeter City. [531]
24v Essex 1678, Jan 24 Sprainger, Edward, gentleman; and Sprainger Ballett, an infant by Richard Ballett, gentleman, his guardian Sprainger, John, doctor of physic; and John Lyale, gentleman Concerning certain lands etc in Magdalen Lavor and Northwoold Bassett involved in a mortgage. [532]
118v Middx 1679, Feb 24 Standish, Roger, & Anne his wife Northropp, Henry, & Elizabeth his wife; Edward Barrett, & Ann his wife; and Elizabeth Tym Concerning a lease of certain messuages in Long Alley in Morrefields. Dismissal of the defendants. [533]
135v Leics 1679, May 26 Staresmore, Edmond, esq Wortley, Sir Francis, esq; Dame Frances his wife; William Bent; John Stafford; and others Concerning mortgages of divers lands in Frolesworth and as to certain bonds. [534]
84r Oxon 1678, Oct 24 Stephens, Richard, esq, executor of Robert Stephens, Serjeant at Law; and John Fisher, gentleman Jackson, Gilbert, gentleman Concerning several mortgaged lands etc in Cuddesdon, Whateley, Denton, and elsewhere in Oxfordshire [535]
303v London 1681, July 4 Stickland, Sir Thomas, knight Phripp, Audry, widow, executrix of Richard Phripp her late husband deceased Concerning arrears of salary due to Richard Phripp as surveyor in the port of London for the duty upon Scotch and Foreign salt and as to moneys in the said Phripp's hands as collector of the said duty in the said port. [536]
124v Northt 1679, Feb 3 Stoughton, John, clerk, rector of Northborough Claypole, John, esq; and Richard Hipmell Concerning certain tithes in Northborough. Dismissal of the defendants [537]
315r Som 1681, Nov 14 Strode, William, esq; Thomas Baynard, esq; Benjamin Tibbott, esq; and William Plumly, esq Knight, Sir John, knight An order as to continuing the cause. [538]
311r Som 1681, Nov 21 Strode, William, esq; Thomas Baynard, esq; Benjamin Tibbott, esq; and William Plumly, esq Knight, Sir John, knight Bill of Revivor. Concerning the repair of a sea wall at Clevedon. [539]
388r Middx 1682, June 26 Sutton, Thomas,& Elizabeth his wife Abrooke, William Concerning the personal estate of Thomas Brooke, deceased. Dismissal of the defendant. [540]
155v Worcs 1679, June 30 Swan, Nathaniel, clerk, vicar of Alderminster Stanley, Robert; Anthony Collett the elder; William Etheridge, & Mary his wife, executrix of Robert Phipps deceased; Robert Phipps; and William Phipps (and cross bill) Concerning tithes claimed to be due to the vicar of Alderminster and as to customs of tithing there. [541]
203v Som 1680, Feb 19 Swayne, William, esq Williams, John, esq; and John Langley, esq Concerning a copyhold tenement in the manor of Charleton Horethorne [542]
196r Som 1680, Feb 5 Swayne, William, esq Williams, John; and John Langley An order as to an arbitration [543]
326v Devon 1681, Oct 27 Sympson, Robert, clerk, vicar of Collyton, Shute, and Mounkton Tucker, William; John Turner; Robert Turner; Richard Lee; William Thomas; and Thomas Wislade Concerning small tithes in Collyton [544]
238r Sussex 1680, July 7 Tattersall, John, clerk, rector of Waldron Offley, Elizabeth, relict and executrix of Thomas Offley, gentleman Concerning tithes of Possingworth farm in Waldron which the defendant claims to be tithe-free as having been parcel of the dissolved monastery of Robertsbridge. An order for a trial at law. [545]
287v Sussex 1681, May 2 Tattersall, John, clerk, rector of Waldron Offley, Elizabeth, relict and executrix of Thomas Offley, gentleman Concerning tithes of Possingworth Farm in Waldron. [546]
93r Norf 1678, Nov 25 Taylor, James, clerk, rector of Felbrigg Paul, Richard Concerning certain tithes in Felbrigg [547]
118r Norf 1679, Feb 24 Taylor, James, clerk, rector of Felbrigg Paule, Richard Concerning certain tithes in Felbrigg [548]
246v London 1680, Nov 11 Tazewell, James Ceeley, Margaret, administratrix of John Ceely, deceased Concerning a bond. [549]
214r London 1680, May 17 Tazewell, James, gentleman Ceeley, Margaret, administratrix of John Ceely, deceased Concerning a matter of account arising out of the employment of the defendant's late husband to get in old debts for the plaintiff. An order for a trial at law. [550]
369r Northumb 1682, May 18 Tempest, Robert, esq; Thomas Ledgard, gentleman; and Leonard Shafto, an infant by Sarah Shafto his guardian and next friend Jennison, Sir Ralph, knight; Francis Bowes, esq; Lancelot Newton, gentleman; and William Wallis alias Wallas Concerning certain liberties in the manor of Elswick alias Estwick claimed by the plaintiffs as lessees of certain coal mines therein. [551]
3r Lincs 1677, Oct 25 Thacker, William; Thomas Buck; William Angell; and others Wymondsold, Robert; Richard Wymondsold; Dame Jane Wymondsold, widow; Sir Walter Clarges, baronet,& Dame Jane his wife Concerning certain customs affecting copyhold lands in the manor of Deeping St James alias East Deeping. [552]
354r Lincs 1682, Jan 26 Thomas, bishop of Lincoln; Sir Ralph Knight, knight; John Curtis, clerk, rector of Branston; William Blythe; Robert Pregjon; and John Ashton, freeholders of lands etc in Branston Wynch, Sir Humfrey; and Richard Winch, esq Concerning an enclosure of certain lands in Branston. [553]
297r Kent 1681, June 13 Thomas, lord Colepepper; and Sir John Austin, knight Curtis, Sir George, knight An order as to hearing the cause and a cross cause. [554]
281r Middx 1681, May 2 Thomas, lord viscount Fauconberge Wardour, William, esq; and James Ellesby, clerk Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as lessee of the rectory of Chiswick under the Dean and Chapter of St Pauls. [555]
101r Glamorgan 1678, Nov 25 Thomas, Robert, clerk Jacob, John; William John; and Edward John Concerning tithes etc claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Kelligare. [556]
79v Northumb 1678, June 17 Thompson, Frances, executrix of Henry Thompson deceased Jenkins, John, & Margaret his wife; and Gerrad Browne, gentleman Concerning the township of Hetherslowe and divers lands etc there. Dismissal of cause. [557]
299r Wilts 1681, June 20 Thompson, Henry, clerk White, Thomas; William Strange; and John Lawrence Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Swindon. Dismissal of cause. [558]
269r Kent 1681, Feb 10 Thornehill, Henry, esq Harrison, John; Elizabeth Ruck; Thomas Videan; Arthur Hooke; and others Concerning the estate of the defendant Harrison a bankrupt. [559]
263v Surrey 1681, Feb 10 Tillotson, John, doctor in divinity, dean of Canterbury and the Chapter of the same Clewer, William, doctor in divinity, vicar of Croydon Concerning a pension issuing out of the vicarage of Croydon. [560]
114r Exchequer 1679, Feb??? To the lord chief baron and the rest of the barons of the exchequer A report as to the accounts of the Honorable Vere Bertie one of the justices of the common pleas of fees and profits received by him during the time he executed the office of King's Remembrancer of the Exchequer and of all deposited money within the said time. [561]
304r Devon 1681, June 20 Toller, Stephen; John Butson; William Ceely, merchants; John Bawdon, esq, executors of John Sparke, esq, in trust for Susanna Sparke and Elizabeth Sparke daughters of the said John Sparke; the said Susanna Sparke; and Elizabeth Sparke, infants by the said Stephen Toller, John Butson, William Ceely, and John Bawdon their guardians Hake, Moses; and others Concerning the right of the defendant Hake a baker of Honyton to bring bread into the town of Ottery St Mary and sell it there without grinding his corn at the customary millls of the manor of Ottery St Mary. Dismissal of the defendants Hake. [562]
225v Norf 1680, June 28 Tomkins, Thomas, & Sarah his wife Progers, Edward, esq An order as to hearing the cause. [563]
253r Kent 1680, Nov 15 Tomlyn, Geoffrey Crofts, Robert Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as farmer of the rectory and tithery of Callis Grange in the parish of St Peter the Apostle in the Isle of Thanet. Dismissal of the defendant. [564]
236r Norf 1680, July 1 Topkins, Thomas, & Sarah his wife Progers, Edward, esq; Cecily Pooley, widow; and Richard Spoore Concerning divers lands etc in Hockwell, Melton, and elsewhere in Norfolk and a lease of a house in St Giles in the Fields, Middx, and as to the personal estate formerly belonging to John George Steiger. [565]
56v Herefs 1678, June 6 Townesend, Charles, clerk Skipp, John, esq Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Sedbury. An order for a trial at law. [566]
280r Lancs 1681, May 5 Townley, Richard, esq Hayworth, Jane; Roger Nowell; Roger Kenyon; and Bryan Booth Concerning an account of the estate of the plaintiff entrusted by him to the management of the defendant Jane Hayworth while he was serving the King as a soldier in parts beyond the seas, the plaintiff's real estate comprising the manor of Barnshead, divers lands etc in Barnshead, Fawbridge, Minchroyd, Colme, and Goosnagh, and copyhold lands etc in the manor of Colme, Ighton Hall, and Burnley. [567]
190r Devon 1679, Dec 10 Trevisa, William, esq Rutter, Edward, esq Concerning matters of account arising out of the collection of Hearth Money in the hundreds of Black Torrington, Lifton, Tavistocke, Winckley, and the parish of Beerferris in the hundred of Roborough. [568]
11v Devon 1677, Dec 6 Trevisa, William, gentleman Rutter, Edward, gentleman An order as to a trial at law. [569]
51v Devon 1678, May 16 Trevisa, William, gentleman Rutter, Edward, gentleman An order as to a new trial at law. [570]
170v Devon 1679, Nov 24 Trevisa, William, gentleman Rutter, Edward, gentleman Concerning matters of account arising out of the collection of hearth money. [571]
247v Denbigh 1680, Dec 10 Trevor, John, esq Scott, Jonathan, & Elizabeth his wife, executrix of Joseph Stone; and Nathaniel Stone Concerning matters of account. [572]
196r Denbigh 1680, Feb 19 Trevor, John, esq Scott, Jonathan, & Elizabeth his wife, executrix of Joseph Stone; and Nathaniel Stone Concerning a money transaction in which certain lands in Trevor ysca and a house in Shrewsbury were involved. [573]
270r Worcs 1681, Feb 10 Tristram, Richard, clerk Robinson, George; and others Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Belbroughton. An order for a trial at law. [574]
294v Durham 1681, June 20 Tully, Timothy, clerk Huddleston, Ferdinando, esq; Ambrose Barnes; and others Concerning certain tithe of lead ore claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Middleton in Teasdale. An order for a trial at law. [575]
326r Durham 1681, Oct 31 Tully, Timothy, clerk, rector of Middleton in Teasdale Huddleston, Ferdinando, esq; Ambrose Barnes; John Mowbray; John Hornsby; and William Gibson Concerning tithes of lead ore in Middleton in Teasdale. [576]
84r Oxon 1678, Oct 24 Turner, Bryan, clerk Drope, William, jr Concerning certain tithes due to the plaintiff as rector of Solderne. [577]
94r Oxon 1678, Oct 31 Turner, Bryan, clerk Drope, William, jr An order as to continuing the cause etc [578]
195r Essex 1680, Feb 5 Turner, Edward, clerk, rector of Stapleford Tawny Coulson, Ralph; and George Smith Concerning certain tithes of wood in Stapleford Tawny [579]
332v Worcs 1681, Dec 2 Turvey, Thomas, esq; and the Honorable Other Windesor, esq, son and heir apparent of Thomas, lord Windesor Dowdswell, William, esq; Peter Lely, esq (afterwards Sir Peter Lely knight) since deceased; and others Concerning the apportionment of a fee farm rent for the manor of Breedon and the advowson of the church of Breedon. [580]
296r Yorks 1681, July 1 Twisleton, John, esq Jessupp, Francis, esq Concerning tithes due to the plaintiff as owner of the rectory of Drax [581]
292r Yorks 1681, June 9 Twisleton, John, esq Jessupp, Francis, esq Concerning tithes of a farm called Brockalls, parcel of the Abbey of Drax [582]
225v Salop 1680, June 21 Tyler, George; and others, tenants of the manor of Wem Wicherley, Daniel, gentleman, lord of said manor An order as to a new trial at law concerning fines in the manor of Wem. [583]
213r Salop 1680, May 10 Tyler, George; and others, tenants of the manor of Wem Wicherley, Daniel, gentleman, lord of said manor Concerning fines in the manor of Wem. [584]
216r Salop 1680, May 17 Tyler, George; and others, tenants of the manor of Wem Wicherley, Daniel, gentleman, lord of said manor Concerning fines in the manor of Wem. [585]
216r Salop 1680, May 25 Tyler, George; and others, tenants of the manor of Wem Wicherley, Daniel, gentleman, lord of said manor Concerning fines in the manor of Wem. [586]
127r Cumber 1679, Feb 13 Usher, George Foster, Henry An order for a trial at law as to an alleged customary payment in lieu of tithes for certain grounds called Kirsopp and Blacklevin within the rectory of Bewcastle. [587]
179v Cumber 1679, Nov 17 Usher, George, clerk Forster, Henry An order as to dismissing the defendant [588]
307v Oxon 1681, June 16 Viccaris, Robert, clerk Goodere, Edmond, gentleman; Thomas Wilkins; Elizabeth Mason, widow; and others Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as incumbent of the rectory of Heythrope. [589]
57v London 1678, June 6 Waincourt, James; and Lucy Waincourt, infants by William Warner, doctor in physic their next friend Urlin, simon; and Thomas Whittle Concerning the estates of James Waincourt the plaintiffs' father and Peter Waincourt the plaintiffs' brother [590]
94v London 1678, Nov 21 Waincourt, James; and Lucy Waincourt, infants by William Warner, doctor in physic their next friend Urlin, Simon; and Thomas Whittle, who, with others, are executors of James Waincourt the plaintiffs' father and Peter Waincourt the plaintiffs' brother deceased in trust for the plaintiffs. Concerning the estates of James Waincourt the plaintiffs' father and Peter Waincourt the plaintiffs' brother deceased. [591]
366r London/Middx 1682, May 4 Waldron, Thomas, gentleman Attorney General; John Canham, esq; and James Roffey, esq, late faremrs of the impositions on proceedings at law. Concerning a matter of account [592]
147v Staffs 1679, June 30 Walker, Thomas, clerk Underhill, John, gentleman Concerning a pension out of certain lands called King's Holt and as to tithes claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Clent. [593]
301r Suff 1681, June 16 Walker, William, the elder Deane, Jane, widow and others Concerning matters of account [594]
28v Herefs 1678, Feb 19 Walwyn, Herbert, gentleman Hill, Walter, the elder and the younger; Arnold Arnold; Walter Arnold; and Arnold harris Concerning certain tithes in Bedwardine [595]
177v Glouc 1679, Dec 10 Warner, William, gentleman Veele, Thomas, esq An order as to continuing the cause etc. [596]
176r Glouc 1679, Nov 29 Warner, William, gentleman Veele, Thomas, esq An order as to a report of auditors [597]
205r Wilts 1680, Jan 26 Warner, William, gentleman Veele, Thomas, esq Concerning matters of account arising out of the subfarm of excise in the City of Salisbury and all Wiltshire, except the hundred of Almsbury near the Forest of New Windsor. [598]
350v Kent 1682, Feb 20 Warnford, Penelope, widow Millington, Sir Thomas, knight; and Dame Anna Hannah his wife Concerning the profits of a moiety of the manor of Boycote and other lands. [599]
339v Kent 1682, Feb 6 Warnford, Penelope, widow Millington, Sir Thomas, knight; and Dame Anna Hannah his wife An order as to continuing the cause [600]
231r Middx 1680, June 28 Wattle, Margaret, widow, executrix of Richard Wattle deceased Hardrett, John Concerning a mortgage of certain messuages in Lower Shadwell [601]
90v Yorks 1678, Nov 25 Waugh, Richard, clerk Greenwood, James, gentleman Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Darrington [602]
181v Hants 1679, Nov 24 Webb, Edward, clerk Arnold alias Vertue, John; John Winkworth; William Frances; and John Newman Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Kingscleere [603]
100r Hants 1678, Nov 13 Webb, Edward, clerk Newman, John; and others Concerning certain tithes claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Kingscleere [604]
170v Hants 1679, Nov 17 Webb, Edward, clerk, doctor of divinity Arnold, John; and others An order as to continuing the cause. [605]
264r Middx 1681, Feb 14 Wells, Thomasina, widow, administratrix of John Wells, deceased Beale, Edward, gentleman; Sir John Peake, knight; Sir Thomas Stampe, knight; and John Crabb Bill of Revivor. Concerning divers goods and chattels seized by color of an execution. [606]
385r Essex 1682, July 10 Wells, William May, Richard; and others An order as to continuing the cause. [607]
7r 1677, Oct 25 Wenman, Sir Francis, knight and baronet, executor of Dame Elizabeth Morgan Lloyd, Charles, & Jane his wifeConcerning stock and household goods and a bond given to the defendant Jane by Lady Morgan her late mistress, the said Jane being occupier of a messuage called Ryniswen, Carmarthen, demised to her by the said Lady Morgan at a rent of £40 a year and not having had the means of stocking the said farm. An order for a trial at law as to the said gift. [608]
233v Herts 1680, June 21 Wensley, Robert, clerk; and Anthony Tarry Noone, Samuel Concerning tithes in Cheston [609]
377r Kent 1682, June 26 Westrow, Elizabeth,widow, executor of Dame Mary Scott, widow Scott, Sir Thomas, knight; John Knatchbull; Thomas Gombledon; Henry Impett; Ricahrd Wroight; and Richard Greene Concerning arrears of an annuity charged upon certain lands called Scotland Lees and other messuages, lands etc. [610]
245r Norf 1680, Nov 25 Wharten, Edmond, clerk Cubitt, Andrew Concerning tithes due to the plaintiff as vicar of Worstead. [611]
154v London/Middx 1679, July 3 Wheeler, George, esq Adderly, William, esq Concerning an account of the rents and profits of several manors, lands, etc., belonging to the plaintiff in London and in Middlexsex, Hampshire, and Wiltshire, and as to money and deeds and writings which ought to have been redelivered by the defendant to the plaintiff on his return from parts beyond seas. [612]
234r Kent 1680, July 7 Whetstone, Mary, widow, relict, and executrix of Edward Whetstone, deceased Attorney General; Henry Bishopp, esq; and Mathew Hanscombe, gentleman Concerning a bond for performance of certain articles. [613]
86v Kent 1678, Oct 30 Whiston, Samuel, clerk Children, William Concerning tithes etc claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Hedcorne. [614]
231v London 1680, July 7 White, Judith, spinster, an infant and only daughter and heir of Samuel White and Judith his wife both deceased by John White his uncle and guardian Orton, Nicholas; and others Concerning two messuage in Grass Church alias Grace Church Street in the parish of St Peters upon Cornhill in the ward of Bishopsgate, London. [615]
325r Lancs 1681, Dec 2 Whittacre, Abel; William Wilson; and Joshua Crompton Witham, Thomas; Thomas Rookeby, esq; Mary Wytham; and others Concerning aulnage duties. An order as to a case to be made. [616]
86r Som 1678, Nov 29 Whittington, William, gentleman Gonning, Robert, late esq now knight An order as to continuing the cause. [617]
115r Glouc 1679, Feb 13 Whittington, William, gentleman Gonning, Robert, late esq now knight An order as to an arbitration [618]
117r Glouc 1679, Feb 24 Whittington, William, gentleman Gonning, Robert, late esq now knight Concerning a fee farm rent charged upon the manors of Hamswell, Tatwick, and Cold Ashton, no part of which rent ought to be charged upon the site mansion house or manor place of Hamswell and appurtenances purchased by the plaintiff's grandfather and since come to the plaintiff according to the terms of the purchase. [619]
365v Herts 1682, May 22 Widdrington, Ralph, doctor in divinity Grey, Joseph Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Much Minden [620]
345v Hants 1682, Feb 21 Williams, Benjamin, clerk Gater, Thomas, & Elizabeth his wife Concerning a pension claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Thorley from the impropriator of the rectory of Thorley. [621]
226v Brecon 1680, July 8 Williams, John, esq Williams, Watkin An order as to a new commission to examine witnesses [622]
72r Monmouth 1678, June 12 Williams, Trevor, esq Herbert, Thomas, esq, & Mary his wife Concerning certain jewels and goods [623]
159r Northumb 1679, July 14 Williamson, Ralph, & Mary his wife; and Elizabeth Ramsey Ramsey, John; Luke Collingwood; John Story; and others An order as to an auditor's report. [624]
88r London 1678, Nov 29 Wilson, John Amherst, John, esq Concerning certain articles of agreement as to a messuage. [625]
199v London 1680, Feb 5 Wilson, John Amhurst, John, esq An order as to settling a lease and as to certain damages. [626]
218r London 1680, May 6 Wilson, John Amhurst, John, esq An order as to a lease and repairs of a messuage [627]
116v London 1679, Feb 24 Wilson, John, citizen and vintner of London Amhurst, John, esq Concerning certain articles of agreement. An order for a trial at law. [628]
68v London 1678, June 10 Wilson, John, gentleman Amhurst, John, esq Concerning a house in Holborne. An order as to an arbitration. [629]
51r Berks 1678, May 6 Winchcombe, Martha, widow, administratrix with the will annexed of John Winchcombe late of Henwick, Berks, esq, deceased Hutchins, Nicholas; Seymore Bowman, esq; William Gawen; and William Blunt, gentleman Concerning the rents and profits of the manor of Farnborough and of several lands and tenements and of a portion of tithes in Farnborough. [630]
208r London 1680, Feb 5 Winter, William Haines, Jane, widow; Abraham Williams; and Thomas Haynes Concerning certain household goods lately belonging to William Haynes late of the parish of All Hallowes the Wall, London, deceased. [631]
252r Pembroke 1680, Nov 22 Wogan, Lewis, esq Jarmyn, Edward An order as to dismissing the defendant [632]
365r England/London 1682, May 3 Wostenholme, Sir Thomas, baronet, executor of Sir John Wostenholme, knight and baronet; Robert Jacob, esq; and others (entered with Shawe v. Bence) Bence, John, esq; and George Robinson, surviving executor of Sir Martin Noel, knight deceased. An order as to dismissing the causes. [633]
43r Glouc 1678, May 14 Wriggon, Robert, clerk Awbrey, William; and Henry Dobbins, gentlemanConcerning a stipend of £8 a year payable to the incumbent of Tredington by the impropriator of the tithes of Tredington and Tewksbury [634]
204v Worcs/Warw 1680, Feb 9 Wright, Henry, clerk Lewis, Judith, widow; and Edward Lewis Concerning several parcels of meadow and pasture grounds commonly called Astley Wood in the parish of Ratley. [635]
385r Warw 1682, July 10 Wright, Henry, clerk Lewis, Judith, widow; and Edward Lewis An order as to postponing the cause [636]
160r London 1679, July 10 Yeo, Leonard, esq; Thomas Colley, clerk; Henry Chichester, gentleman; Edward Pointz, gentleman; and Nicholas Dennis, esq Warcup, Ann Bill of Revivor. Concerning the payment of certain money. [637]
80v 1678?, June? An additional or supplemental account of fees, perquisites, and profits received by the Honorable Vere Bertie during the time he executed the office of the King's Remembrancer of this court and of all deposited money within the said time. [638]
384r 1682, June 26 Concerning the distribution of an intestate's estate. An order as to continuing the cause. [639]