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294v Herefs 1685, Nov_26_ Ailway, Mary; and Joyce Ayleway Aston, John, gentleman Concerning a money transaction [1]
44r Lancs 1683, May 7 Alcock, Stephen, gentleman Alcock, Mary, widow; and Margery Alcocke an infant by Edward Ogle, esq, her guardian An order as to hearing the cause. [2]
51r Lancs 1683, May 22 Alcocke, Stephen, gentleman Alcock, Mary, widow; and Margery Alcocke Concerning a settlement of certain lands etc in Eccleston, Whiston, Hyton, Sutton, Hardshaw within Windle, and Parr, and certain copyhold lands etc in prescott and Wideness. [3]
339r Herts 1686, Apr 22 Altham, Michael, clerk Bluck, Mathew, esq; and James Hampton An order for payment of the value of certain tithes. [4]
204r Herts 1684, Nov 17 Altham, Michael, clerk Bluck, Matthew, esq Concerning tithes of certain lands in Hunsdon [5]
230r Herts 1685, Jan 29 Altham, Michael, clerk Bluck, Matthew, esq Concerning certain tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Eastwick. [6]
318r Herts 1686, Feb 4 Altham, Michael, clerk Bluck, Matthew, esq; and James Hampton Concerning tithes of certain parcels of ground called "The Springs," "Edders Downes," "Cawsey Field" alias "Old Oatfield," and "Ganders," [7]
7v Glouc 1682, Nov 9 Althrapp, John, clerk Clements, George; Thomas Clements; and others Concerning tithes due to the plaintiff as rector of Weston sub Edge [8]
323v Lancs 1686, Jan 28 Ashton, John, esq Gerrard, Henry, gentleman Concerning the Hall of Barnfurlong and divers lands etc thereto belonging in Abraham Ince Hindley and Wigan which were involved in certain money transactions. Dismissal of the defendant. [9]
141r Northumb 1684, Jan 28 Aston, Edmund, gentleman, & Elizabeth his wife, one of the daughters and coheirs of George Ramsey esq deceased Williamson, Ralph, esq Concerning the manors and townships of Old Berwicke, New Berwicke, and East Lilburne in the parish of Eglingham and divers other manors and lands elsewhere in England and in Scotland and Ireland. [10]
23v Glouc 1683, Feb 8 Athirpp, John, clerk Clements, George; Thomas Clements; and others Concerning tithes due to the plaintiff as rector of Weston sub Edge [11]
91v Essex 1683, June 21 Atkyns, Sir Robert, knight of the Bath, Serjeant at Law; Sir Robert Dacres, knight; Richard Atkyns, esq; Richard Browne, esq; Edward Swift, esq, now deceased; and Edward Atkyns, esq, since deceased William, earl of Bedford; Elizabeth Tinker, widow; Elizabeth, Sarah, Dorothy, Mary, Arabella, and Jeremiah Tinker her children; Dame Margaret Boswell, widow; and others Concerning an annuity charged upon a farm called Claverhambury within the parish of Waltham Holy Cross for the maintenance of the preacher of the said parish of Waltham [12]
216r Herts 1684, Oct 30 Atkyns, Sir Robert, one of the barons of the exchequer; and Sir Robert Atkyns knight of the Bath, surviving executors of Thomas Tooke, esq Reynell, Elizabeth, wife of Carew Reynell, esq; William Hastings, gentleman; Thomas Winford, esq; and others Concerning money transactions in which the manor of Wormley, Herts, and divers messuages in Castle Yard in Holborne, London, were involved. [13]
178v Bucks 1684, June 23 Atterbury, Dr. Turner, Sir William; Sir Ralph Banks; Thomas Barker; and others See 94r [14]
335r Bucks 1686, May 18 Atterbury, Lewis, doctor in divinity, rector of Milton alias Middleton Keynes (entered with Earl of Nottingham v. Atterbury) Stafford, Henry, esq; and others Concerning glebe lands and tithes belonging to the rectory of Milton alias Middleton Keynes [15]
1v Bucks 1682, Nov 16 Atterbury, Lewis, doctor of divinity (entered with Daniel v. Atterbury) Stafford, Henry, esq; and others An order as to arbitration. [16]
94r Bucks 1683, June 23 Atterbury, Lewis, doctor of divinity, rector of Milton alias Middleton Keynes (entered with Daniel v. Atterbury) Turner, Sir William; Sir Ralph Banks; Thomas Barker; and others Concerning glebe lands and tithes belonging to the rectory of Milton alias Middleton Keynes [17]
189v Lancs 1684, June 26 Attorney General Francis, lord Carington; and Humfry Weld, esq Concerning certain rents or profits received from the dissolved monastery of Furneis. [18]
307r Bucks 1685, Nov 26 Attorney General Gilmore, William, & Ann his wife, administratrix of Thomas Harborne deceased; and Henry Sumner, esq Concerning a matter of account arising out of the collection of Hearth Money in Buckinghamshire. [19]
326r Bucks 1686, Feb 4 Attorney General Gilmore, William, & Ann his wife, administratrix of Thomas Harborne deceased; and Henry Sumner, esq Concerning a matter of account arising out of the collection of Hearth Money in Buckinghamshire. [20]
20r London 1683, Feb 1 Attorney General Goldesborough, Grace, widow Concerning a matter of account as to arrears of law duty received by William Goldesborough, esq, deceased, the defendant's late husband. [21]
68v Cardigan 1683, June 26 Attorney General Herbert, Morgan, esq; Thomas Powell; Morgan Lloyd, esq; and Fowlke Roberts, gentleman Concerning a lease of the rectory of Lambeder and divers lands etc called Keven y Maes and other the estate of one Lucius Lloyd. [22]
190r Middx 1684, June 9 Attorney General Plucknett, George, gentleman; William Meadman, & Ann his wife; and others An order as to continuing the cause. [23]
174r London 1684, May1 Attorney General Rowe, Anthony, esq; and John Hind, esq Concerning matters of account. [24]
164v Middx 1684, Apr 28 Attorney General Sibley, George, gentleman; Robert Heathfield; Richard Morse; George Plucknett, gentleman; William Meadman, & Ann his wife; ; and William Dyke An order for a trial at law. [25]
127r Kingston upon Hull 1684, Feb 11 Attorney General Standish, William, executor of William Deighton Concerning a matter of account [26]
323r London 1686, Feb 8 Attorney General Trant, Patrick, esq; and John Hind, esq; and John Hind, goldsmith, administrator of Thomas Kirwood deceased. Concerning a matter of account in which the duty on Barbadoes Commodities was involved. [27]
46r Middx 1683, May 3 Attorney General (Sawyer, Sir Robert, knight) Loveing, John, esq Concerning a matter of account arising out of the collection of the "Peers' Poll Money" and the payment thereof into the exchequer. [28]
108v Middx 1683, Dec 6 Attorney General (Sir Robert Sawyer) Sibley, George, gentleman; Robert Heathfield; Richard Morse; George Plucknett, gentleman; William Meadman, & Ann his wife; ; and William Dyke Concerning certain houses built upon the ancient stone wall leading from the Gate House to the River Thames and returning to the King's Bridge being the ancient boundary wall of the Old Palace Yard, whereby the same was divided from the Wool Staple. [29]
193v Middx 1684, June 16 Attorney General (Sir Robert Sawyer, knight) Plucknett, George, gentleman; Ann Hawson, widow; William Dyke; George Sibley, gentleman; Richard Morse; Robert Heathfield; and others Concerning certain encroachments upon the old Palace Yard at Westminster and the ancient boundaries thereof. [30]
154r London 1684, Feb 21 Attorney General (Sir Robert Sawyer, knight) Row, Anthony, esq; John Hind, esq; John Shales, esq; and others Concerning a matter of account as to repayment out of hearth money of certain moneys advanced and paid to Colonel William Stapleton for his pay as governor of the Leeward Islands and for the pay of certain soldiers. [31]
198r Dorset 1684, June 16 Attorney General (Sir Robert Sawyer, knight) Ryves, George, esq; William Bowles, esq; William Highmore, clerk; and Nicholas Ingram, executors of Edward Twine Concerning a debt due to the Crown. [32]
126r Middx 1684, Feb 13 Attorney General (Sir Robert Sawyer, knight) Sibley, George, gentleman; Robert Heathfield; Richard Morse; George Plucknett, gentleman; William Meadman, & Ann his wife; ; and William Dyke Concerning several houses. An order for drawing up cases. [33]
257v London 1685, May 11 Attorney General (Sir Robert Sawyer, knight) Trant, Patrick, esq; and John Hind, esq; and John Hind, goldsmith, administrator of Thomas Kirwood deceased. Concerning matters of account in which the custom upon several commodities of the growth of the Barbadoes was involved. [34]
302r England/London/ elsewhere 1685, Dec 4 Attorney General (Sir Robert Sawyer, knight) Whitley, Roger, esq; and others Concerning a matter of account as to money paid for the postage of certain government dispatches etc on which no postage was due. [35]
214r London/elsewhere 1684, Dec 3 Attorney General (Sir Robert Sawyer, knight) Whitly, Roger, esq; and others Concerning a matter of account as to money for the postage of certain government dispatches etc on which no postage was due. [36]
26r Berks 1683, Feb 16 Attorney General (Sir Robert Sawyer, knight) Yate, Mary, widow; Charles Yate, esq; Edward Bowles; and John Weedon Concerning the estate of Thomas Yate of Lyford, including certain grounds called Charlocks alias Charlwicks in Garford, alleged to have been assigned to superstitious uses. An order that the defendants go without day. [37]
332r Glouc 1686, May 3 Attorney General (Sir Robert Sawyer, knight) at the relation of John Nicholson, doctor of laws Warner, Thomas Concerning debts due to the Crown from one William Warner deceased who was made subcollector of the tenths by William, late bishop of Gloucester. An order for a trial at law. [38]
152v London 1684, Feb 11 Attorney General (Sir Robert Sawyer, knight) at the relation of Sir Samuel Morland, knight Nicolson, Dr. John Concerning certain arrears of the tenths of the clergy granted by the Crown to the relator. [39]
231v Essex 1685, Jan 26 Attorney General (Sir Robert Sawyer, knight) by the relation of John Smyth gentleman, receiver general of the King's revenues in Essex. Pollard, George Concerning a rent issuing out of lands in Beechamp alias Belcham St Pauls. [40]
236r Glouc 1684, Oct 27 Attorney General (Sir Robert Sawyer, knight) on behalf of the King and at the relation of Francis Creswick, esq; Thomas Stubbs; and Stephen Chapman, gentleman Newton, Sir John, knight; Thomas Chester, esq; John Meredith, esq; and others Concerning free chase in certain land in the parishes of St Philip and Jacob Mangotfield Stapleton and Bitton called Kingswood Chase. [41]
168r Norf/Norwich City 1684, May 13 Attorney General (Sir Robert Sawyer, knight) on behalf of the King and of John, earl of Bath; and Robert Spencer, esq, the King's farmers and of their farmers and undertenants of the duties of subsidy and aulnage Manning, Samuel; Martin Puckle, and Benjamin Toft Concerning the duties of subsidy and aulnage for certain woolen goods etc due from the defendants to the farmers of the said duties. [42]
267v Bucks 1685, July 9 Attorney General (Sir Robert Sawyer, knight) on behalf of the King and the poor inhabitants of the town of Brill Radford, William; and John Hawkins Concerning certain land allotted to the poor of Brill on the disafforestation of the Forest of Barnewood. An order as to a commission. [43]
69v Notts 1683, June 11 Attorney General (Sir Robert Sawyer, knight) on behalf of the King; Sir James ___, knight, the Queen's attorney general on behalf of the Queen and her trustees and on behalf and in aid of Sir Thomas Williamson, baronet, Robert Williamson, esq; and others Cardrow, James, esq; Richard Mason, esq; and others Concerning the defendants' title to the City and Castle of Newark [44]
307v Bucks 1685, Nov 9 Attorney General (Sir Robert Sawyer, knight) on behalf of the poor inhabitants of the town of Brill Radford, William; and John Hawkins Concerning certain land allotted to the poor of Brill on the disafforestation of the Forest of Barnewood. [45]
320r 1686, Feb 1 Attorney General at the relation of Ann Smithsby; Thomas Hayne, & Elizabeth his wife, the said Ann and Elizabeth being executrices of William Dickenson who was surviving executor of William Smithsby esq, father of the said Ann Smithsby Turner, Sir Edmond, knight; and others Concerning matters of account [46]
184v Glouc 1684, June 23 Attorney General at the relation of Francis Creswick, esq; and others Newton, Sir John, baronet; Thomas Chester, esq; and others An order as to continuing the cause and as to an injunction to restrain the defendants from killing any deer or destroying of any the vert within a chace in question. [47]
128r Middx 1684, Jan 28 Attorney General at the relation of Francis Turwhit, merchant Earl of Ranelaugh, & the Lady Elizabeth his wife; The Lady Francis Brereton; Arbibald, earl of Argile; Richard Kent; Charles Duncombe; and Patrick Trant, esq Concerning matters of account between the relator as collector etc of the custom of Barbadoes and Lord Francis Willoughby governor there, and the Crown. [48]
208v Glouc 1684, Dec 4 Attorney General at the relation of Sir Samuel Morland, knight Nicolson, John, doctor of laws An order as to sequestration of the defendant's estate etc. [49]
174v Essex 1684, May 1 Attorney General, late (Sir Creswell Levinz, knight) Petre, William, esq; Richard Petre; Robert Petre; and others Concerning certain annuities charged upon the manor or lordship of Stanford Halland several lands within the town and parish of Stanford Rivers to the use of the defendants Richard and Robert Petre or one of them for life, which annuities were claimed by the Crown, the said Richard and Robert having been attainted of high treason. [50]
251r London 1685, June 2 Attorney General, late (Sir Robert Sawyer, knight) at the relation of Ann Smytheby, Thomas Haine, and Elizabeth his wife, the said Ann and Elizabeth being executors of William Dickenson who was the surviving executor of William Smythsby, esq, father of the said Ann Smythsby Turner, Sir Edmond, knight; and others Concerning a matter of account as to a pension payable by the farmers of the petty farm of wines and currants. [51]
326v Bucks 1686, Feb 4 Attorney General, late (Sir William Jones, knight) Gilmore, William, & Ann his wife, administratrix of Thomas Harborne deceased; and Henry Sumner, esq Concerning a matter of account arising out of the collection of Hearth Money in Buckinghamshire. Houses in St Clement Danes, Middx, and lands in Dinton and Cuddington, Bucks, were involved. [52]
104r Kingston upon Hull 1683, Nov 19 Attorney General, late (Sir William Jones, knight) Standish, William, executor of William Deighton; and William Harrison. Concerning a matter of account as to money for payment of the garrison of Kingston upon Hull [53]
23r Middx 1683, Jan 25 Audly, Richard Scroggs, Sir William, knight, serjeant at law Concerning an alleged agreement as to the place of Crier for London and Middlesex. Dismissal of the defendant. [54]
314r Kent 1686, Jan 28 Austen, John Stokes, John, & Sara his wife; and Thomas Wimsherst Concerning divers lands etc in Woodchurch and Ebony. An order for a trial at law. [55]
279r Kent 1685, June 22 Austen, Sir John, baronet (and cross bill) Thomas, lord Culpepper Concerning a rent for certain marshes in Lyd and Bromhill [56]
337v Kent 1686, May 18 Austen, Sir John, baronet (and cross bill) Thomas, lord Culpepper Concerning the apportionment of a fee farm rent [57]
324v Yorks 1686, Feb 13 Baines, Christopher, gentleman Clarke, Ralph; and Edward Hardy Concerning tithes in the rectory of Kilborne [58]
293r Surrey 1685, Oct 26 Baker, Thomas, clerk Howland, John, esq; Sir Peter Daniell, knight; Robert Pyper; and others Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Streatham. [59]
20v Yorks 1683, Feb 1 Barthurst, Theodore, esq Bathurst, John, esq; William Rawlins; Sir John Bridgman, baronet; and others An order as to reviving the cause etc. [60]
133v Kent 1684, Feb 20 Barton, Thomas, gentleman, & Elizabeth his wife, administratrix of Edward Garland her late husband deceased) Downes, Robert, & Mary his wife; John Downes; Sarah Reader; and others Concerning lands etc in Millton alias Medleton next Sittingbourne, Hartlipp, and Bredgra, involved in certain mortgage transactions. [61]
239r London 1684, Nov 27 Battersby, Robert, one of the executors of William Battersby deceased Strachey, William; and John Flavell Concerning the estate of William Battersby deceased. Certain messuages in Fanchurch Street were involved. [62]
139v Wilts 1684, Feb 11 Bayly, Rolfe, gentleman Colbourne, Joseph, & Elizabeth his wife Concerning matters of account in which lands in Preshutt were involved [63]
319v Middx 1686, Feb 23 Bearstowe, Dorothy, widow; and Benjamin Bearstow Babington, Thomas; and George Blincoe Concerning certain articles of agreement as to a purchase of several houses in Shoreditch. [64]
252r Warw 1685, May 25 Bently, Alice, widow Norton, Tobias; Thomas Norton; and William Ricketts Concerning tithes in Little Kington [65]
318v Warw 1686, Feb 13 Bently, Alice, widow Norton, Tobias; Thomas Norton; and William Ricketts Concerning tithes in Little Kington [66]
277v Ches 1685, June 2 Bickerton, George, gentleman Bickerton, Elizabeth, widow, now the wife of Jonathan Bradley; and Elizabeth Bickerton spinster now the wife of Edward Dyson Concerning divers lands etc in Cheshire claimed by the plaintiff under a marriage settlement. [67]
346r Som 1686, May 18 Bisse, Elianor, widow, relict, and administratrix of George Bisse deceased Bisse, James, son and heir of Edward Bisse deceased Concerning a matter of account [68]
221r Lancs 1684, Nov 27 Blackborne, Jonathan; Katherine Mather, widow, administratrix of Thomas Mather, deceased; Robert Barker Banister, Christopher, esq; Edward Fleetwood, esq; Robert Nowell, esq; and the Attorney General Concerning certain bonds entered into by Thomas Mather deceased as undersheriff to the defendant Banister who was sheriff of Lancashire in 1669 for performance of certain articles relating to the office of undersheriff. [69]
316r Notts 1686, Feb 8 Bleay, William, clerk, vicar of Collston Bassett Golding, Dame Mary, widow; and Sir Edward Golding, baronet Concerning tithes in Collston Bassett [70]
341v Lancs 1686, May 6 Blundell, Henry, esq Attorney General; Patrick Porter, esq & Mary his wife Concenring a bond entered into by the plaintiff as security for Thomas Christian of Liverpool, merchant farmer of wine licenses for Lancashire. [71]
28v 1683, Feb 16 Brereton, John lord, baron of Laughlin in Ireland, executor of Frances lady Brereton deceased, his mother; William Brereton; and Francis Brereton, infants by the said Lord Brereton their brother and next friend and all the sons of William late lord Brereton baron of Lauglin aforesaid deceased and of the said Lady Frances one of the daughters of Francis late lord Willoughby baron of Parkham deceased Henry, lord Herbert of Cherbery; Sir John Champant, knight; William Smith; Robert Higins; and others Concerning an annuity charged upon the hundred of Cherbery, the lordships or manors of Cherbery and Walcot and divers lands etc in Cherbery, Walcot, Dudston, Brompton, Riston, Stallow and elsewhere in Shropshire, and the manor of Court Coldmore, lands etc called Stallow and lands etc in the town of Montgomery in Montgomery. [72]
54r Northt 1683, Apr 25 Bretton, John, doctor of divinity, rector of Clapton Dudley, Sir Mathew, baronet; Dame Mary Dudley, widow; and others Concerning an agreement as to tithes made upon the enclosure of the manor or lordship of Clapton. [73]
26r Glouc 1683, Feb 8 Broadway, Edmond, gentleman Pitt, George, esq; and Stephen Baldwin, gentleman Concerning the profit of certain lands called Sawcombe and Colemore heretofore parcel of the demesnes of the manor of Postlipp [74]
289v Wilts 1685, Nov 30 Browning, john, the younger Gale, John Concerning a matter of account [75]
43r Middx 1683, May 7 Buckmaster, Joseph Lewin, Daniel; and Margaret Lewin, executors of Edmund Lewin, deceased Concerning a certain piece of ground called Whites Yard in Rosemary Lane, Middx. [76]
100r Middx 1683, Nov 12 Buckmaster, Joseph Lewin, Daniel; and Margaret Lewin, executors of Edmund Lewin, deceased An order as to reference to the deputy remembrancer [77]
71r London 1683, June 21 Bucknall, John, esq Tomkins, John; and Hannah Tomlinson, an infant by the said John Tomkins his guardian Concerning certain fee farm rents issuing out of the manor of Rosse Forum alias Forren, Herefs., the manor of Burrington, Herefs, divers meadows in Bainbridge alias Bainbridge pro Valla, Yorks, the Forests of Bringwood alias Brestwood, Mochtree, and Darvell, Herefs, and a messuage in Clyfton, stipends paid by the chantry of St Innocence, and at the chantry of St William in the parish of St John at the end of the Bridge called Truce by the Chamberlain of the City of London, rents issuing out of lands in Sherkenbeck, tadcaster, Nailbourne, and Rickall, a stipend paid at the chantry of St Thomas in the chapel of St Anne upon Hofre Bridge by the mayor of York, rents issuing out of lands in the parish of All Saints, lands in Accombe in Hungate, land in Hofrey Gate, the moiety of the rectory of Otley, Yorks, and of the rectories of Claverly, Bardsey, and Collingham and the manor of Kirkelering, Yorks. [78]
70r Lancs 1683, June 21 Bucknall, Ralph, esq Tomkins, John; and Hannah Tomlinson, an infant by the said John Tomkins his guardian Concerning certain fee farm rents issuing out of the manor of Manchester, the manor of Singleton, a tenement called Bigland Field in Wallton, the rectory of Pennington, and the rectory of Pensonby. [79]
2v Som 1682, Dec 4 Bush, Elisha, clerk Smith, Thomas An order for a trial at law as to certain tithes in Backwell. [80]
145r Yorks 1684, Feb 11 Cagill, Mathew Smyth, Alexander; Thomas Lambert; Anthony Fothergill; and Alexander Coleby esq Concerning a lease of certain lands etc in the manor lordship or forest of Wensladale. [81]
217v Surrey 1684, Nov 27 Chairman, Mary, an infant by Mary Chairman widow her mother and guardian Body, Thomas Concerning the estate of Alice Chairman the plaintiff's grandmother deceased. [82]
192v Lancs 1684,, June 16 Chetham, Mary, widow Chetham, Edward, esqConcerning a sum of £150 claimed by the plaintiff out of the personal estate of Humphrey Chetham her late husband, deceased, in accordance with her marriage settlement. [83]
342v Cambs 1686, Apr 26 Chichley, Sir Thomas, knight, chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster Dowman, Mildmay; Richard Peachy; John Peachy; Edward Staples; and John Chambers Concerning certain land claimed by the plaintiff in severalty as being seized of the manor of Soham and Soham Fordham. [84]
140r London 1684, Feb 11 Childe, John Clarke, Edmund, executor of Edmund Clarke, deceased An order for a trial at law as to certain matters of account. [85]
167v Yorks 1684, Apr 28 Cholmely, Sir Hugh, of Whitby, baronet Newton, Isaac, gentleman; and others Cocerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as farmer of the improrpriate rectory of Whitby. [86]
52r Glouc 1683, May 10 Clements, George; and Thomas Clements Athripp, John, clerk; and Samuel Rea Concerning certain alleged customs of tithing in West sub Edge. [87]
210v Surrey 1684, Dec 4 Clewer, William, doctor of divinity Pullen, Henry; and others An order for payment of certain money. [88]
144v Surrey 1684, Feb 4 Clewer, William, doctor of divinity Pullen, Henry; and others An order as to a report of the deputy remembrancer [89]
191v Surrey 1684, June 26 Clewer, William, doctor of divinity Pullen, Henry; William Cumber; William Thompson; and John Constable Concerning tithes etc claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Croydon. [90]
39v Norf 1683, Jan 25 Coke, Edward, esq, an infant by the Lady Ann Coke his mother and guardian Coke, Robert, esq; William Guavas, esq; and Elizabeth Cole, widow Concerning the will, debts, legacies, and estate of John Coke, esq, deceased. Lands in Holkham, Peterston, Waterden, Camdolent, and roses were involved. [91]
245r Norf 1685, Feb 20 Coke, Edward, esq, an infant by the Lady Ann Coke his mother and guardian Doughty, William, gentleman; and others Concerning certain encumbrances upon the manor of Panworth Hall [92]
259v Norf 1685, May 25 Coke, Edward, esq, an infant by the Lady Ann Coke his mother and guardian Doughty, William, gentleman; and others Concerning certain mortgage transactions. [93]
7r Norf 1682, Dec 4 Coke, Edward, esq, an infant by the Lady Ann Coke his mother and guardian Guavis, William, esq; and Elizabeth Cobb, widow An order as to continuing the cause. [94]
299r Norf 1685, Dec 4 Coke, Edward, esq, an infant by the Lady Ann Coke his mother and guardian Gwavas, William, esq Concerning matters of account [95]
53v Suff 1683, May 14 Coke, executor of Ciriac Coke Crane, William Concerning several sums of money due from the defendant to the estate of Thomas Bishop. Lands in Hadescoe Hales Mattingham Beccles Barsham Stanston Thorpe and elesewhere in Norfolk and Suffolk were involved. [96]
1v Suff 1682, Nov 13 Coke, Roger, esq, executor of Ciriac Coke, gentleman, deceased Base, John; Christopher Newgage; and others Concerning matters of account in which lands holden of the manors of Sudbury, Swanzey, and Benhall, lands in Benhall, and Saxmundham and the manor of Hurts were involved. [97]
73r Suff 1683, June 18 Coke, Roger, esq; and Ciriac Coke, gentleman Bishopp, John, gentleman Concerning matters of account [98]
164r Suff 1684, May 14 Coke, Roger, executor of Ciriac Coke (and cross bill) Crane, William Concerning several sums of money due from the defendant to the estate of Thomas Bishop. Lands in Hadescoe Hales Mattingham Beccles Barsham Stanston Thorpe and elesewhere in Norfolk and Suffolk were involved. [99]
290v London 1685, Oct 26 Cole, John, & Elizabeth his wife Brownlow, Sir John, baronet, & Lady Alice his wife; Thomas Bowyer; and others An order as to continuing the cause etc. [100]
298v London 1685, Nov 23 Cole, Thomas, & Elizabeth his wife, executrix of Charles Newberry Brownlow, Sir John, baronet, & Dame Alice his wife; and others Concerning a matter of account. [101]
286v London 1685, Nov 16 Cole, Thomas, gentleman, & Elizabeth his wife Brownlow, Sir John, baronet, & Lady Alice his wife An order as to referring an account to the deputy remembrancer [102]
286v London 1685, Nov 16 Cole, Thomas, gentleman, & Elizabeth his wife Winford, Thomas, esq; James Johnson; and Robert Churchill Concerning a matter of account [103]
268r London 1685, June 29 Cole, Thomas, gentleman, & Elizabeth his wife, executrix of Charles Newberry her late husband deceased. Winford, Thomas, esq; Sir John Brownelow; Dame Alice his wife; and others Concerning matters of account. [104]
257r Leics 1685, June 2 Coles, John, gentleman Massey, John, gentleman; and others An order as to hearing the cause. [105]
269r Leics 1685, July 6 Coles, John, gentleman Massey, John, gentleman; William Sanderson; George Taylor; and others Concerning certain tithes of hay in Billesdon. [106]
250v Leics 1685, May 18 Coles, John, gentleman Massey, John; and others An order as to continuing the cause and as to an issue to be tried at law. [107]
286v Essex 1685, Dec 4 Coney, Richard, esq, & Elizabeth his wife Attorney General; Francis Dorrington, esq; John Dorrington, esq, & Priscilla his wife Concerning matters of account [108]
110r Northt/Essex 1683, Nov 8 Coney, Richard, esq, & Elizabeth his wife Dorington, Francis, esq; and others An order as to a report of auditors and to continuing the cause. [109]
117v Northt/Essex 1683, Dec 7 Coney, Richard, esq, & Elizabeth his wife Dorrington, Francis; John Dorrington, & Precilla his wife; and the Attorney General An order as to reports of auditors and for trials at law as to certain matters of account. [110]
156r Northt/Essex 1684, Feb 21 Coney, Richard, esq, & Elizabeth his wife Dorrington, Francis; John Dorrington, & Precilla his wife; and the Attorney General An order as to rehearing the cause. [111]
179r Essex/Northt 1684, June 19 Coney, Richard, esq, & Elizabeth his wife Dorrington, Francis; John Dorrington, & Precilla his wife; and the Attorney General Concerning matters of account [112]
232r Essex/Northt 1685, Jan 26 Coney, Richard, esq, & Elizabeth his wife Dorrington, Francis; John Dorrington, & Precilla his wife; and the Attorney General Concerning matters of account. [113]
2r Beds 1682, Nov 23 Conquest, Richard, esq Urlin, Symon; and Charles Richards Concerning matters of account. [114]
4r Northt/Essex/ Middx 1682, Nov 20 Cony, Richard, esq, & Elizabeth his wife Dorrington, Francis; John Dorrington, & Precilla his wife; and the Attorney General Concerning matters of account [115]
185r London 1684, June 16 Cooke, James Moore, Thomas Concerning the wages of one William Rogerson apprentice of one Mary Clerke who was employed by the plaintiff being commander of the ship Golden Fleece as a servant to go with him from London to the East Indies and back. Dismissal of the defendant. [116]
227r Glouc 1684, Nov 20 Cotterell, Edward Athrop, John, clerk; and Joshua Sprigg, clerk Concerning an alleged composition for certain tithes in Weston sub edge. Dismissal of the defendant Athorp. [117]
7v London 1682, Oct 26 Cottier, James, esq, & Mary his wife, executrix of Abraham Anselem Cunliffe, Margaret, widow, executrix of Nicholas Cunliffe who exectuor of Ellis Cunliffe, esq; Mayor, Commonalty and Citizens of London; and James Cole, gentleman Concerning the repair of a messuage and wharf. [118]
44r Suff 1683, May 14 Crane, William, gentleman Coke, Roger, esq, executor of Ciriack Coke deceased; Anthony Freston, esq; Ciriack Coke, son and heir of Ciriack deceased; and John Bishopp heir and executor of Thomas Bishopp, esq, deceased. Concerning matters of account. Lands holden of the manor of Leiston were involved. [119]
209r Suff 1684, Nov 17 Crane, William, gentleman (and cross bill) Coke, Roger, esq, executor of Ciriack Coke deceased; Anthony Freston, esq; Ciriack Coke, son and heir of Ciriack deceased; and John Bishopp heir and executor of Thomas Bishopp, esq, deceased. Concerning matters of account. Lands in Thorpe Mettingham Beccles Barsham Middleton Fairdley and Laiston were involved. [120]
3v Ches 1682, Nov 23 Croftn, Elizabeth, an infant by William Webb esq; and Margery Scragg, widow, her next friend; and William Beard, esq Winterbotham, Robert; Edward Billington; and others Concerning matters of account. [121]
191r Herts 1684, June 9 Cropwell, Robert Sutton, John Concerning payment for certain corn formerly growing in Fen Drayton, Cambs, sold by the plaintiff to the defendant and of the rent of a house in Fen Drayton aforesaid, Dismissal of cause. [122]
158r Lancs 1684, Apr 24 Crowther, John, & Eleanor his wife; Thomas Bramhall, & Mary his wife Legh, Henry, esq; Richard Legh; John Case; and Thomas Coke, gentleman Concerning a capital house in Little Moolton called Lee with the lands thereto belonging, which was involved in a money transaction. Dismissal of the defendants. [123]
247v Essex 1685, Feb 9 Croxhall, Randolph, clerk Cook, Thomas; John Cook; John Storey; and others Concerning tithe of oysters claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Tolesbury. Dismissal of the defendants. [124]
34r Kent 1683, Feb 16 Curtis, Sir George, knight Colepepper, Thomas lord, baron of Thoresway; Sir John Austen, baronet, and the Attorney General Concerning the apportionment of a rent for certain marshes in Lydd and Promehill alias Bromehill. [125]
291r Middx 1685, Dec 4 Dale, Magdalen; Winifred le Hunt; and Mary le Hunt, infants by Francis Parker their next friend Andrewes, Edward, esq; William Goodman, & Ann his wife; and others Concerning certain money arising from the sale of certain lands in Rutland which were sold by virtue of an Act of Parliament and in which the plaintiff has an interest. [126]
335r Bucks 1686, May 18 Daniel, earl of Nottingham (entered with Atterbury v. Stafford) Atterbury, Lewis, doctor in divinity; and others Concerning glebe lands and tithes belonging to the rectory of Milton alias Middleton Keynes [127]
1v Bucks 1682, Nov 16 Daniel, lord Finch (entered with Atterbury v. Stafford) Atterbury, Lewis; and Henry Stafford An order as to arbitration. [128]
186v Herefs 1684, June 19 Davis, Elizabeth, widow Long, John; William Long; and Roger Williams Concerning certain customary lands in Jetnell in the parish of Maddly held under the manor of Cublington. [129]
283r Surrey 1685, June 9 Denby, Richard, gentleman; and John Lambert, executors of Thomas Isted late of Bansted, yeoman, deceased Isted, John; Elizabeth Isted, infants; and ___ Isted, yeoman, uncle of the said infants and brother to the said Thomas Isted deceased Concerning the will of Thomas Isted deceased by which certain lands in Burstow, Nutfield, and Bletchingly were devised to the plaintiffs to be sold for payment of the debts of the testator. [130]
163v Oxon 1684, May 1 Dewes, William, gentleman Tredwell, Thomas Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as farmer of the impropriate rectory of Swacliffe. An order for a trial at law. [131]
253v Oxon 1685, May 21 Dewes, William, gentleman Tredwell, Thomas An order for trial at law de novo as to a customary payment in lieu of tithes from the owners of Swacliffe Grange to the vicar of Swacliffe. [132]
288r Oxon 1685, Nov 19 Dews, William, gentleman Tredwell, Thomas Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as farmer of the impropriate rectory of Swacliffe. Dismissal of the plaintiff's bill. [133]
43v Essex 1683, May 7 Deye, John, gentleman, & Frances his wife Heath, Isaac; James Thawaites; and others Concerning a settlement. An order for a trial at law. [134]
90r Essex 1683, June 18 Deye, John, gentleman, & Frances his wife, one of the daughters of Captain William Thwaites deceased Thwaites, James; Isaac Heath; James Strutt; and Ralph Sandford Concerning divers lands etc being the manor of lordshp of Berners Roothing. [135]
240r Bucks 1685, Feb 11 Dickson, William Yardley, Richard; Thomas Mountagu; and Hugh Willett Concerning a copyhold tenement parcel of the manor of Whaddon. Dismissal of the defendants. [136]
132r Wilts 1684, Feb 20 Drew, John, clerk Barnard alias Barnett, Phillis Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Stourton [137]
184v Wilts 1684, June 16 Drew, John, clerk, rector of Stourton Barnard alias Barnett, Phillis An order for payment of the value of certain tithes. [138]
170r Westmor 1684, Apr 24 Duckett, Richard, gentleman Hilton, Thomas, gentleman; and others An order as to dismissing the defendants [139]
170r Westmor 1684, May 13 Duckett, Richard, gentleman Hilton, Thomas, gentleman; and others An order as to dismissing the defendants [140]
318v Herts 1686, Feb 8 Eames, John Cotton, Daniel, gentleman Concerning a parcel of ground called the three acres piece in Halfield in the parish of Little Gaddesden. Dismissal of cause. [141]
276r London 1685, July 2 Eden, Tobias, esq, deputy remembrancer of this court Barthrop, Jonathan; Thomas Powell; James Mathewes; and others Concerning a bond entered into by the plaintiff to Michel Scrimshaw a goldsmith since bankrupt. [142]
37v Surrey 1683, Feb 16 Elliott, Albinia, spinster, daughter of Sir William Elliott Elliott, Sir William, & Dame Barbara his wife; Paul Elliot, doctor in physic; and William GodfreyConcerning a portion of £2,000 settled upon the plaintiff to be raised out of certain lands etc in Godalming and Hambleton. [143]
247r 1685, Feb 9 Ellis, John, doctor of divinity and chanter of the Cathedral of St Davids in Pembroke and the chapter of the same Lloyd, Watkin, executor of Morgan Lloyd deceased Concerning arrears of rent for the rectory of Llywell, Brecon, and the glebe lands, tithes, etc thereto belonging. [144]
306v Brecon 1685, Nov 23 Ellis, John, doctor of divinity and chanter of the Cathedral of St Davids in Pembroke and the chapter of the same Lloyd, Watkin, executor of Morgan Lloyd deceased Concerning a matter of account as to arrears of a rent reserved upon a lease. [145]
281r Surrey 1685, June 29 Evans, Thomas Broome, John; Leonell Sharp; and Thomas Bickerstaffe Concerning the plaintiff's estate in London and Richmond, which was involved in certain debts. [146]
172v Kent 1684, May 1 Eve, Henry, doctor in divinity Wightwick, Humfrey, gentleman Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Midley alias Midleley [147]
108r London 1683, Dec 6 Fauleoner, Robert, merchant Alie, Richard, esq; and Nicholas Raymer, mariner Concerning a matter of account as to freight of a ship called the "Lucy." An order for a trial at law as to certain damages. [148]
165r Cumber 1684, May 5 Fetherstonhaugh, Timothy, gentleman Barnfather, Robert Concerning certain tithes claimed by the plaintiff as owner of the rectory of Kirkeswold. An order for a trial at law. [149]
208v Cumber 1684, Nov 27 Fetherstonhaugh, Timothy, gentleman Barnfather, Robert Concerning certain tithes in Upper Haskew within the parish of Kirkeswold. [150]
115r London 1683, Dec 6 Fillingham, Bartholomew, esq Player, Sir Thomas, knight, executor of Sir Thomas Player the elder, deceased; Sir Robert Viner, knight and baronet; and Sir Cornwall Bradshaw, knight Concerning matters of account. [151]
81r London/Middx 1683, July 5 Fillingham, Bartholomew, esq Player, Sir Thomas, knight, executor of Sir Thomas Player the elder, deceased; Sir Robert Viner, knight and baronet; and Sir Cornwall Bradshaw, knight An order for a trial at law as to a bill for payment of certain money. [152]
187r Corn 1684, June 16 Fincher, James, clerk Maynard, Walter; John Tippett; and Nathan Peirse Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Lanteglos by Foy. [153]
274r Corn 1685, July 6 Fincher, James, clerk Maynard, Walter; John Tippett; and Nathan Peirse Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Lanteglos by Foy. [154]
338r Devon 1686, May 10 Finnymore, Winiford, widow; Elizabeth Harcourt; and Dorothy Harcourt Sainthill, Samuel, esq An order as to an arbitration [155]
137r Lincs 1684, Feb 4 Fish, Augustine, clerk, vicar of Gedney Wimberley, Bevitt; Edward Waterfull; and others Concerning certain tithes in Gedney. [156]
180r Worcs 1684, June 16 Follyott, Guthlake Watkyns, George, administrator of Thomas Watkyns deceased Concerning matters of account. [157]
190r Middx 1684, June 26 Forster, Sir Humfrey, baronet Hall, John; Nicholas Pitt; Christopher Smith; and Nicholas Carleton An order as to continuing the cause [158]
209r Middx 1684, Nov 10 Foster, Sir Humfry, baronet Hall, John; Nicholas Pitt; Christopher Smith; and Nicholas Carleton An order for a trial at law as to whether certain moneys were won at play. [159]
241r Middx 1685, Feb 20 Foster, Sir Humfry, baronet Smith, Christofer; Nicholas Pitts; Nicholas Charleton; and John Hall, esq Concerning certain bonds. [160]
229r Middx 1685, Jan 26 Foster, Sir Humfry, baronet Smith, Christofer; Nicholas Pitts; Nicholas Charleton; and John Hall, esq Concerning certain bonds entered into by the plaintiff for payment of certain money lost by him at play to the defendant Hall. An injunction to stay suits etc upon the said bonds. [161]
33v Yorks 1683, Feb 9 Fox, George, gentleman Shawe, William; George Shawe; and others Concerning tithes etc claimed by the plaintiff as impropriator of Bradfield [162]
167v Yorks 1684, May 5 Fox, George, gentleman AND Thomas Wright, clerk Shawe, Jonathan, gentleman Concerning tithes in Bradfield. Dismissal of the defendant. [163]
73r Yorks 1683, June 25 Fox, George, gentleman; AND Thomas Wright clerk Shaw, Jonathan, gentleman Concerning tithes in Bradfield. An order for a trial at law. [164]
297v Middx 1685, Dec 4 Frankland, Rose, administratrix of Hugh Frankland gentleman her late husband deceased Mason, Simon, an infant; and John Mason his guardian Concerning matters of account [165]
315r Monmouth 1686, Jan 28 Franklyn, John, clerk Jones, Sibil; and Joshua Jones An order as to continuing the cause. [166]
72v Yorks 1683, June 17 Gibson, John, esq Denton, Jerom, gentleman; Samuel Apleby; and others, tenants and inhabitants of the town of Kirkby Morreside Mill. Concerning suit to Kirkby Mooreside Mill. [167]
20v Middx 1683, Jan 29 Glenister, Thomas Halsey, Clement; John Russon; and John Halsey Concerning certain dealings in malt. Dismissal of the defendants. [168]
79v London 1683, July 1 Goodman, John, & Barbara his wife, executrix of John Mordent, esq, deceased and administratrix of the goods etc of William Gilbert not adminstered by the said John Mordant Attorney General; and Henry Nevile, esqConcerning a debt of £100 owing by the defendant Nevile to William Gilbert, which money was seized into the King's hands as the moneys of Thomas White alias Whitebread and William Harecourt alias Harrison lately attainted of high treason. [169]
53r Essex 1683, Apr 26 Green, Nicholas, clerk, rector of East Hanningfield Goodsafe, John Concerning tithes in East Hanningfield [170]
284v Herefs 1685, July 17 Gregory, James, esq, executor of John Jones deceased Ravenhill, John, executor of John Ravenhill deceased Concerning a bond [171]
333r Surrey 1686, May 10 Gregory, Martha, widow; John Gregory; Susanna Gregory; Francis Gregory; Henry Procter, infants by the said Martha Gregory their guardian; Oliver Gregroy; Anthony Hilliard, & Martha his wife, legatees of Oliver Gregory deceased Loveing, John, esq; Sir Francis Winington, knight; Caple Hanbury, esq; and others Concerning the equity of redemption of the Talbott Inn and other messuages in Southwark and other the estate of Oliver Gregory deceased. [172]
122r Carmarthen 1683, Nov 26 Griffith, John David, John; Lewis David, executors of David Lewis Concerning a marriage portion. An order for a trial at law. [173]
253v Yorks 1685, May 18 Guy, Henry, esq; and Sir Richard Loyd, knight (and cross bill) Watson, Rowland; and others Concerning matters of account arising out of certain farms of excise in Yorkshire [174]
190v Sussex 1684, June 26 Haffenden, Mary, spinster Sharpe, John, gentleman Concerning the estate of the plaintiff's mother deceased. [175]
206r Sussex 1684, Nov 29 Haffenden, Mary, spinster Sharpe, John, gentleman An order for payment of certain money. [176]
204r Sussex 1684, Oct 27 Haffenden, Mary, spinster Sharpe, John, gentleman An order for payment of certain money. [177]
82r Devon 1683, July 5 Hall, Philip, clerk Babb, John; Edward Rowe; and John Paidge Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Upton Pine. [178]
133r Devon 1684, Feb 20 Hall, Philip, clerk Babb, John; Edward Rowe; and John Paidge Concerning tithes in Upton Pine. [179]
73r Devon 1683, June 25 Hall, Philip, clerk Rowe, Edward; John Babb; and John Padge An order as to hearing the cause. [180]
320v Derbs 1686, Feb 22 Hart, John, & Rebecca his wife; and Mary Browning, widow Mundy, Francis, esq; Charles Coke, gentleman; Gilbert Mundy, gentleman; and Samuel Poole, esq Concerning divers parcels of land in or near Mackworth and Marton. [181]
75r Derbs 1683, June 25 Hart, John, & Rebecca his wife; and Mary Browning, widow Mundy, John, esq Concerning divers lands etc in Mackworth [182]
250v Ches 1685, May 14 Harvey, Hugh, gentleman Hough, John; Thomas Griffith; and Richard Shakeshaft Concerning an agreement as to repairs of the church, churchyard, and chancel of St Olaves in Chester. [183]
156r London 1684, Apr 17 Harvey, John, of London, merchant Bateman, Sir William, knight; George Juxon; Thomas Juxon; John Fowke, esq; and William Beachampe, gentleman Concerning arrears of rent for certain messuages in Pentecost Lane, London [184]
80v Ches 1683, June 14 Haslehurst, Anne, widow and relict of John Haslehurst executor to the said John Haslehurst Coke, Robert, clerk, executor of Elizabeth Wentworth Concerning matters of account [185]
200v London 1684, June 26 Hawes, George Tannatt, ThomasConcerning a ship called the Elizabeth of Falmouth alias the Satisfaction alias the Hopewell which was taken in execution of a judgment for £290 against one Richard Davis and subsequently claimed by the defendant under a bill of sale. Dismissal of the defendant. [186]
82v Notts 1683, June 14 Henry, duke of Newcastle; Sarah Holland, widow; and Elizabeth Lindley, widow Holland, Joseph; Francis Stenton; Jonathan Willson; and others Concerning suit to Mansfield and Mansfield Woodhouse Mills and to Sutton Mill. Dismissal of the defendants. [187]
284r Surrey 1685, July 9 Herbert, Arthur, esq, youngest son of Sir Edward Herbert, knight deceased, attorney general to King Charles I Lambert, Nicholas, gentleman; and Thomas Arden, esq Concerning lands in Carshalton. [188]
191v Salop 1684, June 26 Herbert, Henry, esq Bishopp, Thomas, administrator of Jane Bishopp, widow, deceased; and Richard Fowler, esq Concerning matters of account. [189]
244v Salop 1685, Feb 20 Herbert, Henry, esq Bishopp, Thomas, administrator of Jane Bishopp, widow, deceased; and Richard Fowler, esq; and others Concerning a matter of account in which lands in Whitchurch and Sutton were involved. [190]
232r Salop 1685, Feb 5 Herbert, Henry, esq Bishopp, Thomas; and Richard Fowler, esq An order as to rehearing the cause. [191]
273v Salop 1685, July 27 Herbert, Henry, esq Fowler, Richard, esq; and Thomas Bishop Concerning a matter of account. The manors of Rushock and Marlod, Herefs, were involved. [192]
344v Staffs 1686, May 19 Heveningham, Walter, esq Webb, Sampson, the elder; Ann Webb, widow; and Sampson Webb the younger, an infant by the aforesaid Sampson the elder his guardian. Concerning a rent for a messuage and lands holden of the manor of Aston. [193]
36v Yorks 1683, Feb 1 Hewley, Sir John, knight Darcey, Sir William; George Darcey his son and heir; Sir Hugh Cholmley; and others, farmers of the Alum Mines Concerning certain lands in Kirkby Feltham and Lambhagg Wood and certain alum works which were security for a debt. [194]
187v London 1684, June 26 Hickes, John, & Joan his wife; and others Snelling, Isaac, executor of Elizabeth Goddard; and Charles Webb Concerning the personal estate of Elizabeth Goddard. [195]
246r Middx 1685, Feb 20 Hicks, John, & Joan his wife Snelling, Isaac, executor of Elizabeth Goddard; and Charles Webb Concerning matters of account. [196]
143r Berks 1684, Feb 11 Hide, Robert, son and executor of his late father Robert Hide deceased who was executor of John Hide his brother deceased Sherley, Ralph, & Katherine his wife Concerning the estate of the plaintiff's father a mercer deceased. [197]
43r Northt 1683, Apr 26 Hill, Edward; and others (and cross bill) Allen, Valentine; and others An order as to entering a decree. [198]
43r Northt 1683, May 3 Hill, Edward; and others (and cross bill) Allen, Valentine; and others An order as to entering a decree. [199]
193v Sussex 1684, June 26 Hinde, Edward, clerk Stapely, Richard, gentleman; and Jane Stapely widow Concerning certain crops of grass claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Twyneham. Dismissal of the defendants. [200]
52r Derbs 1683, May 22 Honeywood, Michael, doctor in divinity, dean of Lincoln; and Sir Symon Dregg, knight Musters, John, esq, & Milliscent his wife; Elizabeth Mundy, widow; Edward Parker, gentleman; and Luke Vallence, gentleman Concerning a court of Survey for the manor of Little Chester. [201]
166r Wilts 1684, Apr 28 Hopkins, John, clerk, vicar of Combe Bissett Chappell, Charles; Robert Chappell; John Young, and William Sams, clerkConcerning an augmentation of £30 a year and certain tithes claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Combe Bissett under the terms of a demise of the prebend and parsonage of Combe and Harnham alias Combe Harnham. [202]
269v London 1685, July 9 How, Dame Sarah, widow, relict and administratrix of Sir Richard how, knight, late one of the aldermen of London, deceased Hickes, Sir Michael, knight, & Dame Susanna his wife; James Reading; and Thomas Lowfield Concerning certain messuages etc in the parish of All Hallowes the Less in Thames Street London, a messuage in Cornhill, and certain messuages in the parish of St Savior's, Southwark, which were involved in certain money transactions. [203]
272v Yorks 1685, June 29 Humfreyes, Toby, esq, executor of Robert Brandling esq deceased; John Dingley, esq; William Wilkinson of Pontefract, esq; William Wilkinson of London, skinner; and reginald Bretland esq Attorney General; Sir Richard Pigott, knight; Joshua Greathead; Henry Wilkinson; and William Morgan Concerning matters of account arising out of the receipt of Hearth Money in Yorkshire, York City, and the county of the said city. [204]
6r Essex 1682, Nov 16 Husbands, Edward, gentleman Brand, Thomas, gentleman; Robert Sadler; Henry Alston; and others Concerning tithes etc due to the plaintiff as owner of the rectory of Little Horkesly. [205]
344r Glouc 1686, May 20 Jackson, Joseph, clerk, rector of Deynton Goning, Robert Concerning tithes in Deynton [206]
323r Herefs 1686, Feb 4 Jackson, Katherine, widow; Anthony Rowdon, esq; John Rea; and Nathaniel Barnes, executors of Phineas Jackson, clerk Holbrooke, John Concernning certain tithes in Bromyard [207]
163r Worcs 1684, May 5 Jewkes, Samuel, gentleman Nash, James; and Mary Thornburgh Concerning privileges claimed by the plaintiff as bailiff of the manor of Wolverley and of a wood in the said manor called Birchwood under the dean and chapter of Worcester. An order for a trial at law. [208]
219v Worcs 1684, Nov 27 Jewkes, Samuel, gentleman Nash, James; and Mary Thornburgh Concerning privileges claimed by the plaintiff as bailiff of the manor of Wolverley and of a wood in the said manor called Birchwood under the dean and chapter of Worcester. Dismissal of cause. [209]
340v Yorks 1686, May 10 John, earl of Rutland, son and heir and executor of John, late earl of Rutland deceased Hutchinson, John; Robert Pearson; Robert Ware; and others Concerning tithes in Bilsdale Rival Griffe or elsewhere in the rectory of Helmesley. [210]
183r Lincs 1684, June 19 Johnson, George; Anthony Ettrick; George Long; and others (and cross bill) Woolnough, Elizabeth, widow; Anthony Walker, doctor in divinity; Richard Bures, clerk; and Robert Welsted Concerning a partition of the manor of Immingham, the rectory impropriate of Immingham, and divers lands etc in Killingholme, Haburgh, Roxton, Cotham, and elsewhere in Lincolnshire. [211]
28r 1683, Feb 8 Jones, Evan, haberdasher Bracebridge, Shem; John Somers; William Stakey, late on of the sheriffs of Chester since deceased, and John Tayler Concerning certain trade transactions [212]
117r Ches 1683, Dec 6 Jones, Evan, haberdasher Starkey, William Concerning certain trade transactions in haberdashery [213]
76r Ches 1683, June 25 Jones, Evan, haberdasher Starkey, William; and John Tayler Concerning certain trade transactions [214]
107v Essex 1683, Nov 22 Kempe, Thomas, clerk Willkin, John Concerning certain tithes of a farm called Brookehall in Foxearth alias Foxyard. Dismissal of Cause. [215]
10r Herefs 1682, Nov 20 Kettleby, Thomas, clerk Corbett, Richard, gentleman Concerning a stipend and house claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Avenbury. [216]
127v Herefs 1684, Feb 7 Kettleby, Thomas, clerk Corbett, Richard, gentleman An order as to an arbitration [217]
235v Herefs 1684, Nov 24 Kettleby, Thomas, clerk Corbett, Richard, gentleman Concerning a stipend and house claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Avenbury. [218]
2v Som 1682, Nov 20 Kingsmill, Henry, esq John, bishop of Rochester; and Alexander Wythers Concerning the possessions of Richard Wythers late of Quantoxhead gentleman a felon de se [219]
197r Worcs 1684, June 26 Kinward, John Baker, Bartholomew, gentleman; William Turner; and Edward Turner Concerning a messuage and lands called the Hathouse in Sapye Pichard which were involved in certain money transactions. [220]
1r Surrey 1682, Oct 26 Kuweidt, Abraham, merchant Crispe, Elizabeth Concerning an agreement as to letting certain messuages and land in Wandsworth. [221]
68r Flint 1683, June 28 Langford, Elizabeth, widow, executrix of Dorothy Mostyn widow who was executrix of William Mostyn Lloyd, John; Margaret Mostyn; and Edward Mostyn Concerning a lease of the prebend or parsonage of Melliden. An order for a trial at law. [222]
160v Flint 1684, May 1 Langford, Elizabeth, widow, executrix of Dorothy Mostyn widow who was executrix of William Mostyn Lloyd, John; Margaret Mostyn; and Edward Mostyn Concerning a lease of the prebend or parsonage of Melliden. [223]
138r Middx 1684, Feb 13 Lawrence, Sir James, baronet; Frances Wybonberry alias Winningborough; Edward Biscoe; and others Watts, George; and Robert Bedingfield, gentleman, executors of Alice Southwell, widow, deceased Concerning leases of certain houses in Bloomsbury, Old Southampton Buildings; and elsewhere and other legacies devised to the plaintiffs by Alice Southwell, widow, deceased [224]
147r Cambs 1684, Feb 20 Layer, William, the younger, gentleman Wall, Thomas Concerning an agreement as to fines, rents, and services for certain lands in the manor of Shepreth. [225]
345r Lancs 1686, May 19 Layfield, Charles, clerk, rector of Croston Ayscough, Thomas; Thomas Lathom; Peter Lathom; and others Concerning certain tithes in Croston [226]
335r Essex 1686, May 3 Le Grosse, Robert, doctor of divinity Brewer, John Concerning tithes for Northland farm claimed by the plaintiff as rector of East Mersey. An order for a trial at law as to an alleged modus. [227]
45r Beds 1683, May 14 Leigh, Charles, esq Chadd, Thomas Concerning tithes claimed to belong to the parsonage and prebend of Leighton Bufford. Dismissal of cause. [228]
213r Ches 1684, Dec 4 Leigh, Thomas, the younger, esq Booth, Nathaniel, esq Concerning small tithes in Motteram in the parish of Prestbury. [229]
188r Ches 1684, June 12 Leigh, Thomas, the younger, esq Booth, Nathaniel, esq Concerning several small tithes in Motteram in the parish of Prestbury. [230]
226v Radnor 1684, Nov 29 Lloyd, Charles, clerk, rector of Bleth vach James, John Concerning certain small tithes in Bleth vach. [231]
89r Carmarthen 1683, July 5 Lloyd, John, gentleman Evan, Henery; and Griffith Rees Appeal. Concerning the estate of one Evan Rees including certain mortgaged messuages etc, Tirpen yr Alltddy and Diffryn Cromysall [232]
206r Middx 1684, Dec 4 Lowe, Johanna St Ledger, Dame Bridgett, widow Concerning a matter of account. [233]
195v London 1684, June 26 Lowe, Johanna St Ledger, Dame Bridgett, widow Concerning money due to the plaintiff as servant to Sir Anthony St Ledger deceased formerly warden of the King's Mint in the Tower of London for wages and disbursements, and as to certain property of the plaintiff unlawfully detained by the said Sir Anthony and the defendant. [234]
196r Montgomery 1684, June 26 Lucy, Robert, esq (entered with Vaughan v. Bishop of St Davids Newton, Elizabeth, executrix of Richard Newton deceased Concerning certain tithes in the rectory of Kerry. An order for a trial at law. [235]
121v Wilts 1683, Nov 22 Maddocks, Phillip, rector of Roade, Som Cox, John, gentleman Concerning certain tithes in Woolverton claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Roade. [236]
205v Glouc 1684, Nov 17 Maddocks, Phillip, rector of Roade, Som Cox, John, gentleman An order for payment of the value of certain tithes. [237]
219r Som 1684, Nov 27 Maddocks, Phillip, rector of Roade, Som Cox, John, gentleman Concerning certain tithes in Woolverton claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Roade. [238]
190r Warw 1684, June 16 Manby, Francis; Edmund Fortescue; and Thomas Buckler (and cross bill) Mordant, Robert, esq, executor of Bassett Cole deceased, Sir John Mordant, baronet; and others An order as to reference to an auditor. [239]
22r Warw 1683, Feb 8 Manby, Francis; Edmund Fortescue; and Thomas Buckler (and cross bill) Mordaunt, Robert, esq, executor of Bassett Cole; John Mordaunt; and others Concerning matters of account [240]
297r 1685, Nov 19 Marison, Isaac Purvis, Timothy; and Thomas Bill Concerning the personal estate of John Hilton deceased father in law of the plaintiff and the defendants [241]
22v Lancs 1683, Feb 8 Marsh, John, gentleman; Mary King, executrix of Richard King; and Ricahrd Withington, executor of John Farrington Porey, Jane, widow Concerning a matter of account in which the rectory of Ribchester was involved. [242]
20r Sussex 1683, Feb 1 Martin, Thomas, esq Isted, John Concerning a tenement called Dillands alias Dillumbs in Wanbulton in the manor of Bucksteep [243]
43v Sussex 1683, May 14 Martin, Thomas, esq Isted, John Concerning a tenement called Dillands alias Dillumbs in Wanbulton in the manor of Bucksteep [244]
50v Sussex 1683, May 22 Martin, Thomas, esq Isted, John Concerning a tenement called Dillands alias Dillumbs in Wanbulton in the manor of Bucksteep [245]
136r Staffs 1684, Feb 7 Master, Fellows, and Scholars of Trinity College, Cambridge Wrotesley, Sir Walter, baronet Concerning a rent charge or pension issuing out of the manor of Pirton [246]
206r Lancs 1684, Nov 20 Mather, Katherine, widow; and others Banastre, Christopher, esq; and others Concerning certain bonds [247]
224r Denbigh 1684, Nov 24 Mathewes, Richard, & Elizabeth his wife Robinson, Margaret, widow, administratrix of John Robinson, esq, deceased; and John Robinson, gentleman Concerning a lese of the rectory of Llansilin which was involved in certain money transactions. [248]
315v Middx 1686, Feb 11 Maynard, Gabriel Maynard, John Concerning a close called Cock Phillipps holden of the manor of Harrow Rectory. [249]
319v Middx 1686, Feb 22 Maynard, Gabriel Maynard, John Concerning a close called Cock Phillipps holden of the manor of Harrow Rectory. Dismissal of cause. [250]
199r Kingston upon Hull 1684, June 26 Mayor and Burgesses of Kingston upon Hull Beilby, Michael; Richard Taylor of Newhill, Yorks, merchant An order for a trial at law as to certain customary duties claimed by the plaintiffs as owners of a weighhouse at the port of Hull. [251]
201v Kingston upon Hull 1684, June 26 Mayor and Burgesses of Kingston upon Hull Beilby, Michael; Richard Taylor of Newhill, Yorks, merchant Concerning certain customary duties claimed by the plaintiffs as owners of a weighhouse at the port of Hull. Dismissal of cause. [252]
32r London 1683, Feb 13 Mayor, Commonalty, and Citizens of London, Governors of St Bartholomew's Hospital Prince, Edward; Richard Phillipps; Henry Ratcliffe, William Cheney; Robert Childe; and others Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiffs in the parish of Christ Church, London. [253]
206v Glouc 1684, Nov 27 Merrett, Richard, gentleman Dodwell, Paul, gentleman; and William Dodwell, gentleman by the said Paul his father and guardian Concerning certain lands etc in Winchcombe. Dismissal of the defendants. [254]
279v Oxon 1685, July 9 Methewes, Stephen Herbert, Peter; John Brookes; and William Capp Concerning certain tithes in the hamlet of Milton within the parish of Shipton under Whichwood. [255]
99r Herts 1683, Nov 26 Michell, John, jr Michell, Henry Concerning the estate of Richard Michell the plaintiff's father deceased including two farms called Kayfield Farm and Higheath Farm in Caldicott, Herts., and the tithes of Biggleswade, Beds. [256]
48v Kent 1683, May 22 Michlethwaite, Dame Anne, relict and executrix of John Michlethwaite, knight, deceased Gawden, Sir Dennis, knight; Sir John Banks, knight; and John Evelyn, esq Concerning a mortgage of a wharf or victualling house and certain land in Depthford alias West Greenwich [257]
316r London 1686, Feb 11 Miller, Andrew, gentleman Richards, Daniel Concerning the defendant's remuneration for negotiating a mortgage of several messuages in the parish of St George, Southwark [258]
80r Middx 1683, June 18 Mills, Ann, widow, administratrix of Walter Mills deceased who was executor of Richard Mills deceased and administratrix of the goods etc with the will annexed of the said Richard Mills not administered by the said Walter Mills. Hawthorne, Humphrey; Francis Thrushfield, gentleman, & Jane his wife administratrix of Joshua Watmough, gentleman deceased. An order for a trial at law as to a bond. [259]
332v Middx 1686, Apr 29 Mitchell, Richard Brewer, John; and Susanna Brewer Concerning the forfeiture of a lease of a messuage and certain land. [260]
161v Devon 1684, Apr 28 Mompesson, Thomas, esq; and Robert Drewe Ellis, Robert Concerning certain tithes claimed by the plaintiffs as farmers of the rectory of Broadhembury. Dismissal of the defendant. [261]
240r Wilts 1685, Feb 9 Moore, William Poore, Philipp, gentleman Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as farmer of the rectory of Dunington [262]
250r Wilts 1685, May 25 Moore, William Pore, Phillip, gentleman Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as farmer of the rectory of Durrington. [263]
165r Northt 1684, May 5 Morehead, William, clerk French, Thomas; Thomas Graves; and William Shulswell Concerning tithes in Whitfield. Dismissal of the defendants. [264]
38v Monmouth 1683, Feb 16 Morgan, Dame Mary, widow, relict of Sir Edward Morgan sr, baronet, deceased Morgan, Dame Mary, widow, executrix of Sir Edward Morgan jr, baronet, deceased, son and heir of the said Sir Edward Morgan sr; Ann and Francis Morgan infants, daughters, and heirs of the said Sir Edwarde Morgan the son. Bill of Revivor. Concerning the tithes in the parishes and fields of Lanhileth, Aberystroth, Trevethin, Menchiad, Llanvihangell, Kilgaygan which heretofore belonged to the suppressed monastery of Lanternam. An order for a trial at law as to a settlement. [265]
114r Monmouth 1683, Nov 15 Morgan, Dame Mary, widow, relict of Sir Edward Morgan sr, baronet, deceased Morgan, Dame Mary, widow, executrix of Sir Edward Morgan jr, baronet, deceased, son and heir of the said Sir Edward Morgan sr; Ann and Francis Morgan infants, daughters, and heirs of the said Sir Edwarde Morgan the son. Bill of Revivor. Concerning tithes in the parishes and fields of Lanileth, Aberystneth, Trevethin, Manchilad, Llanvyhangell, Kilgaygan, which heretofore belonged to the suppressed monastery of Lanternan. [266]
204r Corn 1684, Nov 20 Moyle, Samuel, clerk Jefferyes, Elizabeth, widow Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of St Merin. [267]
218v 1684, Nov 20 Murthwaite, Henry, clerk Pierce, Richard, esq; and Anthony Marshall Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Berkeby. An order for a trial at law as to customary payments etc in discharge of tithes for lands in the manor of Hutton Bonvile. [268]
261r Yorks 1685, May 25 Murthwaite, Henry, clerk, rector of Birkby Pierce, Richard, esq; and Anthony Marshall Concerning certain tithes in Birkby. Certain customary payments in lieu of tithes happening within the township of Hutton Bonvile are set up by the defendants who are dismissed. [269]
289r Wilts 1685, Nov 16 Myles, Mary, widow, relict, and executrix of Thomas Myles, clerk, late vicar of Preshutt Hitchcocke, George, esq; and others Bill of Revivor. Concerning a rent payable to the vicar of Preshutt by the farmers of the rectory of Preshutt and as to the profits of the churchyard and parrock there. [270]
119v Lincs 1683, Nov 26 Newton, Sir John, baronet, lord of the manor of Barkeston Stevenson, Christopher, & Elizabeth his wife; Abigall Bunworth; Henry Morris; and Thomas trot, clerk Concerning a rent out of a parcel of ground called Dedmores in Barkeston claimed by the plaintiff as lord of the manor of Barkeston. [271]
250r Kent 1685, May 11 Nightingall, Ralph Stancliffe, Edward Concerning a matter of account. [272]
157v Surrey 1684, Apr 24 Norman, Thomas, & Elizabeth his wife Buttery, Elizabeth, widow An order for a trial at law. [273]
182r Surrey 1684, June 19 Norman, Thomas, & Elizabeth his wife Buttery, Elizabeth, widow Concerning a tenement and lands in Kingston and as to a legacy. [274]
157r Surrey 1684, May 13 Norman, Thomas, & Elizabeth his wife Buttery, Elizabeth, widow An order for a trial at law. [275]
140v Surrey 1684, Jan 23 Norman, Thomas, & Elizabeth his wife Buttry, Elizabeth Concerning a tenement and lands in Kingston and certain legacies. An order for a trial at law. [276]
228r Herts 1684, Nov 27 Osborne, Thomas Johnson, Richard Concerning a matter of account in which a messuage and lands in Broughin were involved. [277]
176v Suffolk 1684, Dec 4 Overen, Peter, executor of Henry Saxham; and Christofer Overen Parker, Henry, esq; George Fleetwood, gentleman; William, lord Allington; Jasper Eve; Dorothy Brookes, widow; Barnard Saltonstall; and William Serjeant Concerning money transactions with appurtenances in Chediston and other lands were involved. [278]
203r Suff 1684, Nov 20 Overen, Peter, executor of Henry Saxham; and Christofer Overen Parker, Henry, esq; George Fleetwood, gentleman; William, lord Allington; Jasper Eve; Dorothy Brookes, widow; Barnard Saltonstall; and William Serjeant Concerning money transactions in which lands in Chediston and Wissett were involved. [279]
24v London 1683, Feb 8 Owen, Arthur, esq Hinton, John Concerning a bond for payment for two thirds of the ship "Pembroke" and her cargo. [280]
204v Pembroke 1684, Nov 10 Owen, John, & Ursula his wife Stafford, Philiipp; Willliam Morgan; Rice Morgan; and John George Concerning suit to Fishguard Mill [281]
100r Oxon 1683, Nov 15 Page, Nicholas, clerk Bennett, William, & Elizabeth his wife; John Bloxham; Joseph Bloxham; Mary Hockwell; and Hannah Councer Concerning mortuaries within the vicarage of Bloxham. The matter is referred to the arbitration of Mrs Ursula Cartwright impropriatrix of the rectory of Bloxham. [282]
171v Oxon 1684, May 1 Page, Nicholas, clerk Bennett, William, & Elizabeth his wife; John Bloxham; Joseph Bloxham; Mary Hockwell; and Hannah Councer Concerning mortuaries within the vicarage of Bloxham. Dismissal of the defendants. [283]
232v Middx 1685, Feb 5 Palmer, Stephen; William Ryder; and Thomas Tuckey, gentleman Hodges, George; John Hodges; Charles Hodges; Mary Hodges; Elizabeth Hodges, infants; George Hodges, & Sarah his wife; Edward Maplesdon, esq; and Thomas Eyres, esq Concerning certain messuages etc in Raigne Dear Yard in Drury Lane in the parish of St Clements Dane. [284]
24r Sussex 1683, Feb 25 Paris, John Mathews, Dorothy Concerning legacies devised to the plaintiff and his brother Guy Paris by John Huckstoppe deceased [285]
30r Cumber 1683, Feb 16 Patteson, John, gentleman Washington, John Concerning tolls claimed by the plaintiff as lessee of the office of mettlaw and weightlaw belonging to the honor of Penrith alias Perith. An order for a trial at law. [286]
206v Cumber 1684, Nov 27 Patteson, John, gentleman Washington, John Concerning tolls claimed by the plaintiff as lessee of the office of mettlaw and weightlaw belonging to the honor of Penrith alias Perith. [287]
4v Kent 1682, Nov 13 Paule, Sir William, knight, farmer of the prisage of wines within the port of London and also within all the ports of Kent Edward, Joseph, merchant Concerning prisage of certain wines imported into Rochester. [288]
346v Cambs 1686, Apr 26 Peachy, Richard; Thomas Trowell; Thomas Wilkin; and others, on behalf of themselves and other the inhabitants of Soham Chichley, Sir Thomas, knight, chancellor of the county Palatine of Lancaster and a privy councillor Concerning an agreement made on the enclosure of certain waste in the manor of Soham. [289]
185r Salop 1684, June 26 Pearson, Samuel, clerk Jones, William, the elder and the younger; and others Concerning certain tithes arising upon two farms called Monckmore and Hunderdale claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of the Holy Crosse near Shrewsbury. [290]
162v Salop 1684, May 13 Pearson, Samuel, clerk Jones, William, the elder and the younger; and others Concerning certain tithes arising upon two farms called Monckmore and Hunderdale claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of the Holy Crosse near Shrewsbury. [291]
241r Devon 1685, Feb 9 Petit, Henry, clerk (and cross bill) Wood, Henry; and others An order as to hearing the cause. [292]
8r Devon 1682, Nov 23 Pett, Phinehas, clerk Mathewes, Ellize Concerning certain payments in lieu of tithes claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Paignton and Marledon. [293]
171r Staffs 1684, Apr 17 Phillipps, Adam, & Elizabeth his wife Holland, William; and others Concerning the moiety of several lands and houses in Keele. Dismissal of the defendants. [294]
291r Sussex 1685, Nov 26 Phillipps, Thomas Read, John, executor of Richard Read deceased Concerning a matter of account. [295]
172r London 1684, Apr 21 Pierce, Richard, gentleman Brandon, John Concerning the estate of Richard Pierce the plaintiff's late father deceased. [296]
273r London 1685, June 2 Pierce, Richard, gentleman Brandon, John Concerning matters of account. [297]
258r London 1685, May 14 Pierce, Richard, gentleman Brandon, John An order as to a report of the deputy remembrancer [298]
301v Middx 1685, Dec 4 Plucknett, Leonard, gentleman Genew, William, esq; and Theodore Haack, gentleman Concerning a messuage in Helmett Court near King Street, Westminster. [299]
180r London/Middx 1684, June 16 Pointz, lady Ann, widow, executrix of Sir John Pointz, knight, her late husband, deceased. Baker, Thomas Concerning the personal estate of Sir John Pointz, knight, deceased as to certain deed and writings. [300]
334v Cumber 1686, May 19 Porter, Joseph, esq Dykes, Leonard, esq Concerning a distraint for recusancy money [301]
196v Worcs 1684, June 26 Porter, Thomas Swarbrooke, Thomas Concerning an enclosure called Underhill and another called Biddles Croft alleged by the plaintiff to be part of a yard land in Stonehall in the parish of Kempsey belonging to him. Dismissal of the defendant. [302]
18r Middx 1683, Feb 16 Post, Isaac, & Elizabeth his wife Foy, John, & Bridgett his wife; and Elizabeth Rettorick, an infant by the said John Foy her guardian Concerning five houses in Long Acre and Princes Court in the parish of St Martins in the Fields [303]
9r Middx 1683, Feb 6 Post, Isaac, & Elizabeth his wife Foy, John, & Bridgett his wife; and Elizabeth Rettorick, an infant by the said John Foy her guardian Concerning five houses in Long Acre and Princes Court in the parish of St Martins in the Fields [304]
122v Staffs 1683, Nov 26 Potts, Mathew Nobbs, William, gentleman; and Copwood Hollins, gentleman Concerning a mill or forge, a cottage, and certain parcels of land in Fox with all waters, weirs, floodgates, etc thereto belonging. Dismissal of the defendants. [305]
179v Staffs 1684, June 9 Povey, Josiah Wilkinson, Thomas Concerning certain money transactions in which certain lands etc in Brocton were involved. [306]
86v Brecon 1683, July 5 Powell, Thomas, clerk, rector of Cantriff Williams, Reevs Concerning certain tithes in Cantriff. Dismissal of the defendant [307]
156r Herefs 1684, Feb 21 Powle, Elizabeth, widow, relict of Francis Powle, gentleman, deceased; and Henry Powle, an infant son and heir of the said Francis Powle by the said Elizabeth his mother and next friend. Paine, Robert, esq, son and heir and executor of Sir John Payne, knight, deceased; and John Tomkyns, gentleman. Concerning the redemption of certain mortgaged lands etc in Leominster and elsewhere in Herefordshire and as to the rents, issues, and profits thereof. [308]
298v Herefs 1685, Dec 4 Powle, Elizabeth, widow, relict of Francis Powle, gentleman, deceased; and Henry Powle, an infant son and heir of the said Francis Powle by the said Elizabeth his mother and next friend. Payne, Robert, esq, son and heir and executor of Sir John Payne, knight, deceased; and John Tompkins, gentleman Concerning certain mortgaged lands etc in Leominster. An order for a trial at law. [309]
339v Herefs 1686, May 19 Powle, Elizabeth, widow, relict of Francis Powle, gentleman, deceased; and Henry Powle, an infant son and heir of the said Francis Powle by the said Elizabeth his mother and next friend. Payne, Robert, esq, son and heir and executor of Sir John Payne, knight, deceased; and John Tompkins, gentleman Concerning matters of account. An order as to hearing the cause. [310]
104r Herefs 1683, Nov 19 Price, Thomas, esq Birch, John, esq Concerning a rent or pension payable out of the manor of Garnston [311]
126v Worcs 1684, Feb 4 Price, Thomas, esq Slunghter, Chamber, & Susan his wife; John Cotton, & Alithon his wife; and others Concerning a messuage called Showler's tenement in Bransford. An order for a trial at law. [312]
31r Devon 1683, Feb 16 Pridham, Edward, clerk Comyne, Peter Concerning tithes etc claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Morchard Bishop [313]
124v Durham 1683, Nov 26 Pringle, Jane; and others Blake, Francis, esq; and others An order for making the heir of one Thomas Armorer a party to the plaintiffs' bill. [314]
23v London 1683, Feb 13 Pye, Meliora, widow St John, Sir Walter, baronet; John Bawden, merchant; Hugh Frankland; and Abraham Jackson, gentleman, executors of Henry Drax, esq, deceased Concerning a legacy devised to the plaintiff by John Drax her brother, deceased, who was possessed of a great personal estate in England and Barbadoes. [315]
339v 1686, May 3 Randall, Elizabeth, wife of Edward Randall; William Randall; and Edward Randall, sons of the aforesaid Elizabeth and infants by Samuel Parker their guardian and next friend Beesley, Thomas, clerk; and Edward Randall Concerning a legacy devised to the plaintiffs by Mary Tinham late of Hillingdon, Middx, widow [316]
320r Middx 1686, Feb 4 Raper, Ann, widow Jannick, George Concerning the redemption of certain mortgaged tenements in Clerkenwell. [317]
31v Surrey 1683, Feb 5 Raply, William Smith, John Concerning certain tithes claimed by the plaintiff as farmer of the tithes belonging to the vicarage of Godalming. An order for a trial at law. [318]
321v Essex 1686, Fb 22 Rawstone, Dame Alice, widow, executrix of Sir William Rawstone, knight, deceased Watts, John; and Thomas Moody Concerning certain tithes arising from a moiety of the rectory of West Ham. [319]
212v London 1684, Nov 10 Raymond, Sir Jonathan, knight, & Dame Anne his wife, executrix of Phillip Jematt, esq, executrix of Phillip Jematt, esq, deceased, and Owen Halton Umfrevile, Isabella, widow; Charles Umfrevile, esq; and others Concerning certain tithes in the parish of St Buttolphs without Aldgate. An order as to a trial at law as to a modus. [320]
275v London 1685, June 29 Raymond, Sir Jonathan, knight, & Dame Anne his wife, executrix of Phillip Jematt, esq, executrix of Phillip Jematt, esq, deceased, and Owen Halton Umfrevile, Isabella, widow; Charles Umfrevile, esq; and others An order for a new trial at law as to whether the tenants in Crabb yard be comprehended under a modus payable for Woolsack Alley. [321]
106r Surrey/Northt 1683, Nov 19 Raynsford, Dame Ayliffe, widow, executrix of Sir George Raynsford, knight, her late husband, deceased; and Nathaniel Stephens, esq Greene, John, esq; and Edward Byde, esq Concerning certain parcels of ground and certain messuages built thereupon in Bermondsey, Surrey, the tithe of the same, and certain parcels of ground in Blackstock, Northt, which were involved in certain money transactions. [322]
339r London/Middx 1686, May 20 Ridges, Charles Ridges, James; and others An order as to continuing the cause. [323]
267r Kent 1685, July 9 Roberts, Joseph, esq Knowler, John; and Francis Watterman Concerning tithes of certain marsh land claimed by the plaintiff as lessee of the vicarage of Seasalter. An order for a trial at law as to an alleged modus. [324]
300v Cardigan 1685, Dec 4 Robinson, John, gentleman Evan, David; Foulk Humphrey; Evan Richard; John Lewis; and others Concerning tithe of herrings in the rectories of Llanbadarne vawr Langhangell Generglin alias Castle Gwalter and Llanychayarne. [325]
76v London 1683, June 11 Ruleau, Isaac, & Magdalen his wife; Mary Ruleau, spinster; and Peter Ruleau, an infant by the aforesaid Isaac his guardian and next friend Bedard, Stephen, executor of Peter Sainvignon, deceased Concerning the estate of Peter Sauvignon deceased [326]
336v Cambs 1686, May 6 Russell, John, esq; Hugh Underwood, esq; Robert Ticer, gentleman; and others, on behalf of themselves and others, inhabitants and landholders of Wittlesea and the Isle of Ely Beale, Robert, the elder, gentleman; Thomas Hardy; Thomas Gales; Samuel Yellowes; and others Concerning certain meadow and pasture ground in Wittlesea in the Isle of Ely. An order for a trial at law. [327]
258r Devon 1685, May 25 Saunders, Arthur; John Pasmore; and others, for themselves and other farmers and parishioners of Chittlehampton (entered with Triggs v. Melhuish) Triggs, Robert, clerk, vicar of Chittlehampton Concerning certain tithes in Chittlehampton. An order for a trial at law as to certain alleged customs. [328]
344v Devon 1686, May 10 Saunders, Arthur; John Pasmore; and others, for themselves and other farmers and parishioners of Chittlehampton (entered with Triggs v. Melhuish) Triggs, Robert, clerk, vicar of Chittlehampton Concerning tithes in Chittlehampton [329]
339v 1686, May 6 Saunders, Arthur; John Pasmore; and others, for themselves and other farmers and parishioners of Chittlehampton (entered with Triggs v. Melhuish) Triggs, Robert, clerk, vicar of Chittlehampton "This order was upon a motion" (Thus in the Decree Book) [330]
4v Lancs 1682, Nov 6 Sawbridge, Thomas, & Katherine his wife, sole daughter of Hugh Pulford deceased, second brother of Thomas Pulford also deceased Pulford, William; Thomas Swanne; Henry Birkenhead; and others Concerning the personal estate of Thomas Pulford deceased. Dismissal of the defendants. [331]
133r London 1684, Feb 20 Scudamore, Roger, gentleman Carron, John; Henry Hunt; Henry Apsley; and others Concerning certain tithes [332]
188v Middx 1684, June 9 Scudamore, Roger, gentleman Marshall, Katherine, widow, executrix of Joshua Marshall, deceased. Concerning tithes for a messuage and appurtenances in the parish of St Dunstans in the West, London. Dismissal of the defendant, the said messuage being tithe free as being with the liberty of the Rolls. [333]
335r Glouc 1686, May 19 Selwyn, Jasper, jr, gentleman Baily, William, esq Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as owner of the rectory of Wheatenhurst. [334]
5v Worcs 1682, Nov 27 Sheen, William Aynsworth, John Concerning a mortgage of certain lands called the Downs of Hardwick and Bredenworth. Dismissal of the defendants. [335]
81v 1683, July 8 Sheppard, Richard; and Thomas Flathers Otterbone, William; and others An order as to a decree for the plaintiffs [336]
165v 1684, May 15 Sheppardson, John, & Elizabeth his wife Smyth, Elizabeth, widow; John Treddell, & his wife; George Sparke; and others Concerning a matter of account and as to certain lands in Whitton. [337]
262v Durham 1685, May 25 Shippardson, John, & Elizabeth his wife Smith, Elizabeth, widow; John Tredwell Concerning the estate of Ralph Smith deceased. Lands in Whitton and a farm in West Rainton were involved. [338]
229r 1685, Jan 29 Smith, William, gentleman, son and administrator de bonis non etc of Thomas Smith gentleman deceased Steele, William; Thomas Malbon, executors of William Malbon deceased; Edward Worthington; and others Concerning matters of account. [339]
211v Middx 1684, Nov 20 Smyth, William, gentleman, son and administrator de bonis non etc of Thomas Smyth, gentleman, deceased Steele, William; Thomas Malbon, executors of William Malbon deceased; Edward Worthington; and others Concerning certain tenements in Holborne which were involved in certain money transactions. [340]
124r Yorks 1684, Feb 20 Sowton, Stephen, clerk Attorney General; and Zacheus Breedon, clerk Concerning a simoniacal presentation of the plaintiff to the rectory of Fowlton alias Fowlston. Dismissal of cause. [341]
343v Middx 1686, Apr 29 Sparke, Edward, doctor of divinity, vicar of Tottenham High Cross Walbridge, John; and John Baseley Concerning certain tithes in Tottenham High Cross. [342]
83v England/Barbadoes/ London 1683, July 5 Spencer, Robert, esq; Sir Charles Wheeler, baronet; and John Strode, baronet Attorney General Concerning matters of account as to the collection of the duty upon dead commodities of the growth or produce of Barbadoes. Dismissal of cause. [343]
338v Kent 1686, May 10 Spencer, William, esq Downe, John Concerning a quit rent payable out of a messuage and land held of the manor of Swacliffe alias Swalcliffe. [344]
290r Kent 1685, Nov 23 Spencer, William, esq Downe, John; and others Concerning lands etc alleged to be held of the manor of Swacliffe alias Swalcliffe. [345]
74r Norf 1683, June 28 Sprag, Samuel, & Mary his wife Holbech, Ambrose, sr and jr; Hugh Holbech; and Joseph Randall Concerning certain legacies devised to the plaintiff mary Sprag by Hugh Harvey deceased to payment of which certain lands in Old Buckingham and New Buckingham were liable. [346]
332v Sussex 1686, May 10 Staply, Herbert, esq Francis, earl of Longford in Ireland; Christopher, lord viscount Hatton; Elizabeth Langhorne, widow; Richard Langhorne, gentleman; and Sir John Staply, knight and baronet Concerning a rent charge upon certain lands of Sir John Staply, knight and baronet, in Sussex [347]
252v Ches 1685, May 14 Starkey, John, esq; Richard Bettely; and Joseph Edgely Rutter, John, gentleman Concerning a matter of account [348]
268v Lincs 1685, July 9 Stillingfleet, John, doctor of divinity Wadeson, James Concerning tithes etc claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Beckingham. [349]
53r 1683, May 22 Stinton, George Deyns, Henry; and Marke Gabree Concerning an action at law upon a bond. [350]
155r Canterbury City 1684, Feb 11 Stocker, John, clerk Wilkes, Thomas; and others Concerning certain tithes claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Northgate in Canterbury. [351]
322r Kent 1686, Feb 4 Stocker, John, clerk, rector of St Alphage in the City of Canterbury Delapiere, John, doctor in physic Concerning tithes for a messuage etc in Canterbury which is tithe-free as being part of the site of the dissolved priory of Black Friars there. Dismissal of the defendant. [352]
170r Surrey 1684, Apr 28 Stone, John Risberidger, John; and John Steere Concerning a messuage and lands in Wootton called Harthurst Cockhurst or Cockshutt which were involved in certain money transactions. Dismissal of cause. [353]
87r Bucks 1683, July 5 Strichtland, Richard, clerk Ingoldsby, Sir Richard, knight of the Bath; Richard Ingoldsby, esq; William Serjeant, esq; and others Concerning tithes in the villages of Waldridge and Aston with the parish of Dynton alias Donington [354]
84v England/Leeward Islands/ London 1683, July 5 Strode, John, esq Attorney General; and William Blathwayte, esq Concerning matters of account as to the collection of the duty upon dead commodities of the growth or produce of Barbadoes and the Leeward Islands. Dismissal of cause. [355]
306v Cambs 1685, Nov 23 Strong, William, clerk Carter, Miles Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Chatteris in the Isle of Ely. [356]
49v Northumb 1683, May 14 Tempest, Robert, esq; and others Jenison, Sir Ralph, knight; and others Concerning rights claimed by the plaintiffs as lessees of certain coal mines in Elswick. [357]
2v Denbigh 1682, Nov 20 Thomas, John Lloyd, Owen; and John Lloyd Concerning lands etc in Wickwer. Dismissal of the defendants. [358]
121r Som 1683, Nov 26 Thompson, Richard, clerk, vicar of Bedminster with the chapels of St Mary Redclife and St Thomas in Bristol and Abbotts Leigh, Som, thereunto annexed Wright, Thomas; Henry Preist; and others Concerning tithes in the vicarage of Bedminster and the chapelries of St Mary, Redcliff, St Thomas, and Abbotts Leigh thereunto annexed. [359]
337r Som 1686, May 19 Tindall, John, gentleman Fisher, Thomas Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as impropriator of the rectory of Bathford. [360]
210v Som 1684, Nov 29 Tindall, John, gentleman Fisher, William; and Thomas Fisher Concerning certain tithes claimed by the plaintiff as impropriator of the rectory of Bathford. [361]
276v London 1685, July 17 Tooze, Dorothy, spinster Robinson, Dame Ann, widow and administratrix of Sir Lumney Robinson, baronet, deceased, who was administrator to his father Sir Thmas Robinson, baronet, deceased, and Sir Thomas Robinson, baronet, a minor and son and heir of the said Sir Lumney Robinson deceased. Concerning an annuity claimed by the plaintiff out of the estate of Sir Lumney Robinson, baronet, deceased. [362]
1v Lancs 1682, Nov 28 Townly, Richard, esq Hawerth, Jane, widow; and others An order as to a report of the Deputy Remembrancer [363]
101r 1683, Nov 19 Townly, Richard, esq Heyworth, Jane, widow; Roger Nowell, esq; Roger Kenyon, esq; and Bryan Booth Concerning matters of account in which the manor and lordship of Barnstead alias Barneside alias Barnesett and other lands etc in Lancashire were involved. [364]
24v Cambs 1683, Feb 8 Townsend, John; John Sanders; and The Mayor, Bailiffs, and Burgesses of Cambridge Drury, Richard, esq; William Symons; and The Master, Fellows, and Scholars of Gonvill and Caius College, Cambridge Concerning certain customs of certain mills called the King's Mill, Newham Mill, and Bishop's Mill. [365]
46v Cambs 1683, May 22 Townsend, John; John Sanders; and The Mayor, Bailiffs, and Burgesses of Cambridge Drury, Richard, esq; William Symons; and The Master, Fellows, and Scholars of Gonvill and Caius College, Cambridge Concerning certain customs of certain mills called the King's Mill, Newham Mill, and Bishop's Mill. [366]
338r Wilts 1686, May 6 Townson, John, doctor in divinity, vicar of Bremhill Hungerford, Sir George, knight Concerning tithes in Bremhill. The defendant proves a modus for tithes of the manor of Cadenham in the said parish. Dismissal of cause. [367]
201r London 1684, June 12 Tregonnell, John, esq, & Mary his wife, the relict and administratrix of Alexander Davis esq her late husband deceased (and cross bill) Harvy, Robert, esq, surviving executor of Hugh Audley esq deceased; Sir Charles Cesar, knight; Dame Susan his wife, executrix of Sir Thomas Bonfoy knight; and others Concerning the estate of Hugh Audley esq, deceased. [368]
258r Devon 1685, May 25 Triggs, Robert, clerk, vicar of Chittlehampton (entered with Saunders v. Triggs) Melhuish, Dorothy; Nicholas Berry; Robert Gregory; and John Pasmore Concerning certain tithes in Chittlehampton. An order for a trial at law as to certain alleged customs. [369]
344v Devon 1686, May 10 Triggs, Robert, clerk, vicar of Chittlehampton (entered with Saunders v. Triggs) Melhuish, Dorothy; Nicholas Berry; Robert Gregory; and John Pasmore Concerning tithes in Chittlehampton [370]
339v 1686, May 6 Triggs, Robert, clerk, vicar of Chittlehampton (entered with Saunders v. Triggs) Melhuish, Dorothy; Nicholas Berry; Robert Gregory; and John Pasmore "This order was upon a motion" (Thus in the Decree Book) [371]
293r Lincs 1685, Nov 23 Trott, Thomas, clerk (and cross bill) Woodthorp, James Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Tetford [372]
93v Cumber 1683, June 19 Troutbecke, George, clerk Lawson, John; Thomas Wilson; Richard Winder; and Robert Farlam Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Bowness. [373]
178v Cumber 1684, June 19 Troutbecke, George, clerk Lawson, John; Thomas Wilson; Richard Winder; and Robert Farlam See 93r [374]
160r Cumber 1684, May 5 Troutbecke, George, clerk Lawson, John; Thomas Wilson; Richard Winder; and Robert Farlam Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Downes (Bownes?) [375]
295r Kent 1685, Nov 19 Turner, David Payne, William; and Elizabeth Payne, widow Concerning certain tithes in St John's parish in the Isle of Thanett claimed by the plaintiff as farmer of the rectory of Salmerton, and as being entitled to the vicarage tithes of St John's. An order for a trial at law as to tithe of herbage of arable lands. [376]
131r Kent 1684, Feb 11 Turner, Thomas, clerk Goldsmith, Thomas Concerning certain tithes of fruit claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Milton alias Mill Towne next Sittingbourne. [377]
131v Kent 1684, Feb 11 Turner, Thomas, clerk Goldsmith, Thomas Concerning certain tithes of fruit claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Milton alias Mill Towne next Sittingbourne. [378]
132r Kent 1684, Feb 11 Turner, Thomas, clerk Goldsmith, Thomas Concerning certain tithes of fruit claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Milton alias Mill Towne next Sittingbourne. [379]
48r Wilts 1683, May 3 Twittey, Thomas, clerk Ewyns, Roger; Alexander King; Daniel Webb; and Thomas Webb Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Dracett. [380]
112r Salop 1683, Dec 6 Tyler, George; and others, tenants of the manor of Wem Wicherley, Daniel, esq, lord of the said manor Concerning customs in the manor of Wem. [381]
125v Salop 1684, Feb 13 Tyler, George; and others, tenants of the manor of Wem Wicherley, Daniel, esq, lord of the said manor Concerning customs in the manor of Wem. [382]
153r Salop 1684, Feb 20 Tyler, George; and others, tenants of the manor of Wem Wicherley, Daniel, esq, lord of the said manor Concerning customs in the manor of Wem. [383]
278v Som 1685, July 17 Tyndall, John, gentleman Fisher, William; and Thomas Fisher Concerning certain tithes of Shockerwick Farm [384]
111r London 1683, Nov 19 Umfravile, Isabella, widow, executrix of William Umfrevile, esq, deceased (and cross bill) Raymond, Sir Jonathan, knight, & Dame Ann his wife, executrix of Phillip Jematt, esq, deceased; and Owen Halton Bill of Revivor. Concerning tithes of certain messuages etc in the parish of St Bottulf without Aldgate. [385]
176r London 1684, Nov 10 Umfravile, Isabella, widow, executrix of William Umfrevile, esq, deceased (and cross bill) Raymond, Sir Jonathan, knight, & Dame Ann his wife, executrix of Phillip Jematt, esq, deceased; and Owen Halton Bill of Revivor. Concerning certain tithes in the parish of St Buttolph without Aldgate [386]
196r Montgomery 1684, June 26 Vaughan, John, an infant by his guardian (entered with Lucy v. Newton) Bishop of St Davids; and Robert Lucy esq Bill of Revivor. Concerning certain tithes in the rectory of Kerry. An order for a trial at law. [387]
314r Oxon 1686, Feb 22 Vicaris, Robert, clerk Chamberlaine, Thomas, esq Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Heythrop. The defendant alleges that his lands are tithe-free as having been part of the possessions of the dissolved priory of Cold Norton. Dismissal of cause. [388]
319v Oxon 1686, Feb 8 Vicaris, Robert, clerk Chamberlaine, Thomas, esq An order as to hearing the cause. [389]
318r Suff 1686, Feb 23 Walpoole, Ann; and others Thomas, lord Crew Concerning the manor of Butlers in Newton juxta Sudbury and a house in Crowne Street in Burt St Edmunds lately belonging to Dame Susan Crane late of Waldringfield, deceased. [390]
100r Oxon 1683, Nov 26 Warcupp, Robert, esq Lenthall, Dame Katherine, widow, relict and administratrix of Sir John Lenthall, knight, deceased, and William Lenthall, esq, son and heir to the said Sir John Lenthall Concerning money transactions in which the manor of English was involved. An order for a trial at law. [391]
144v Oxon 1684, Feb 11 Warcupp, Robert, esq Lenthall, Dame Katherine, widow, relict and administratrix of Sir John Lenthall, knight, deceased, and William Lenthall, esq, son and heir to the said Sir John Lenthall Concerning money transactions in which the manor of English was involved. [392]
257r Norf 1685, Feb 9 Ward, Richard, clerk Vincent, John, clerk; and John Vincent Vacated. Concerning an agreement for serving the cure of the parish church of Fransham. [393]
272r Norf 1685, June 2 Ward, Richard, clerk Vincent, John, clerk; and John Vincent Concerning a matter of account as to the cure of Little Francham. [394]
272r Norf 1685, June 22 Ward, Richard, clerk Vincent, John, clerk; and John Vincent Concerning an agreement for serving the cure of the parish church Fransham [395]
325v Yorks 1686, Feb 11 Wardell, James, of Kirkehamerton, yeoman; Henry Dickinson of Green Hamerton, yeoman; and Mathew Marshall of the same, yeoman Squire, Thomas; William Britton; and John Lighttoller Concerning certain tithes in Green Hamerton. An order for a trial at law concerning an alleged custom. [396]
253v Suff 1685, June 2 Warner, Henry, esq Badbury, Thomas; and others An order as to amendment of the plaintiff's bill. [397]
299r Suff 1685, Nov 23 Warner, Henry, esq Bradbury, Thomas; John Walter; Edmond Youngs; James Baldwin; and Richard Booker Concerning damages assigned against the inhabitants of Mildenhall, Freckenham, Worlington, Barton, Icklingham, Erswell, and Lackenheath in consequence of the fences of certain enclosed lands in the manor of Mildenhall formerly waste having been destroyed by certain persons unknown. [398]
45v Kent 1683, May 24 Warnford, Penelope, widow Millington, Sir Thomas, knight, & Lady Anna Hannah his wife Concerning matters of account. [399]
223r Herefs 1684, Nov 20 Watts, William, clerk Hoskyns, William, gentleman Concerning tithes of a grange called Kingston Grange claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Doore. [400]
275v Salop 1685, July 27 Weaver, Arthur, the elder, esq Weald, Richard Concerning tithes etc claimed by the plaintiff as owner of the rectory of Morvield and of the chapelwick of Aston Ayre. [401]
286r Salop 1685, Nov 26 Weaver, Arthur, the elder, esq Weald, Richard Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as owner of the rectory of Morvield and of the "chappelwick" of Aston Ayre [402]
317r Salop 1686, Jan 25 Weaver, Arthur, the elder, esq Weald, Richard Concerning tithes etc., claimed by the plaintiff as owner of the rectory of Morvield and of the "chappellwick" of Aston Ayre. [403]
246v Worcs/Warw/ Herefs 1685, Feb 20 Webley, John Wooding, Thomas; Sir Nathaniel Johnson, knight; Sir Cornwall Bradshaw, knight; and others Concerning a matter of account arising out of the collection of Hearth Money in Worcestershire and Warwickshire. [404]
258v Worcs/Warw/ Herefs 1685, May 7 Webley, John Wooding, Thomas; Sir Nathaniel Johnson, knight; Sir Cornwall Bradshaw, knight; and others Concerning a matter of accounts arising out of the collection of Hearth Money in Worcestershire and Warwickshire. [405]
77r Essex 1683, June 18 Wells, William May, Richard, and others Concerning a matter of account [406]
21r Kent 1683, Feb 5 Westraw, Elizabeth, widow, executrix of Dame Mary Scott, widow Scott, Sir Thomas, knight; John Knatchboll; Thomas Gambledon; Henry Impett; Richard Wraight, and Richard Green Concerning arrears of a rent charged upon certain lands called Scotland Lees and other lands. [407]
208r Durham 1684, Dec 4 Wharton, Humphry, esq Nathaniel, bishop of Durham; William Blackett, esq, and others An order for a trial at law. [408]
113r London 1683, Dec 6 Wheeler, John, esq, executor and surviving trustee of Colonel John Horne, esq, late of the Island of Barbadoes, deceased St John, Sir Walter, baronet; John Bawden, merchant; Hugh Frankland; and Abraham Jackson, gentleman, executors of Henry Drax, esq, deceased Concerning matters of account. [409]
159r Kent 1684, May 13 Whiston, John, clerk Roberts, Edward, esq; and Honor Roberts, executor of Joseph Roberts Concerning certain tithes in Eastry. Dismissal of cause. [410]
72r Middx 1683, June 18 Whitehart, William Page, William, esq Concerning the estate of William Whitehard the plaintiff's late father. Certain houses in Haughton and Vere Street in St Clement's Parish were involved. Dismissal of cause. [411]
173v Essex 1684, May 1 Widdrington, Ralph, doctor in divinity Mede, John, esq, administrator of Thomas Mede, esq, his late father deceased Concerning tithes due to the plaintiff as rector of Wenden Loats [412]
105v Staffs 1683, Nov 19 Wightwick, Samuel, gentleman Gifford, John, gentleman; William Pitt; John Jones; and John Wyrley, gentleman An order for a trial at law as to certain tithes of a messuage called Blackladyes in Brewood, and land belonging thereto. [413]
174v Staffs 1684, May 15 Wightwick, Samuel, gentleman Gifford, John, gentleman; William Pitt; John Jones; and John Wyrley, gentleman An order for a new trial at law and as to costs [414]
173v Staffs 1684, May 5 Wightwick, Samuel, gentleman Gifford, John, gentleman; William Pitt; John Jones; and John Wyrley, gentleman Concerning tithes of a messuage called "Blackladyes" and lands thereto belonging in Brewood. [415]
273r Staffs 1685, July 17 Wightwick, Samuel, gentleman Gifford, John, gentleman; William Pitt; John Jones; and John Wyrley, gentleman Concerning tithes of a messuage called "Blackladyes" and lands thereto belonging in Brewood. [416]
260r Staffs 1685, May 21 Wightwick, Samuel, gentleman Gifford, John, gentleman; William Pitt; John Jones; and John Wyrley, gentleman Concerning tithes of a messuage called "Blackladyes" and lands thereto belonging in Brewood. [417]
104r Worcs 1683, Nov 22 Wilde, Edmond, esq Acton, Barbara, widow; and others An order as to a report of the Deputy Remembrancer and as to a certificate [418]
118r Worcs 1683, Nov 29 Wilde, Edmond, esq, farmer of the rectory and manor of the rectory of Kempsey Acton, Barbara, widow; John Webb; and Francis Bradford Concerning certain tithes and rent claimed by the plaintiff as farmer of the rectory and manor of the rectory of Kempsey. [419]
110r Brecon 1683, Nov 29 Williams, Edward, gentleman Jones, Charles, esq Concerning suits and services for certain lands etc in the parishes Llangasty Tally Llyn in the manor of Tally Llyn alias Croft y Yarll. An order for a trial at law as to certain customs. [420]
235r Brecon 1684, Dec 4 Williams, Edward, gentleman Jones, Charles, esq Concerning suits and services for certain lands etc in the parishes Llangasty Tally Llyn in the manor of Tally Llyn alias Croft y Yarll. An order for a trial at law as to certain customs. [421]
86r Monmouth 1683, June 25 Williams, Lewis Jones, Richard Concerning several sums of money. Dismissal of the defendant. [422]
181r Newcastle upon Tyne 1684, June 12 Williamson, Ralph, esq Johnson, Edward; James Lyell; and Stephen Jackson Concerning an agreement to transport certain convicts from Scotland to the Thames and thence to the King's Foreign Plantations in pursuance of which the plaintiff and the defendants Lyell and Jackson chartered the ship St Michael of Scarborough, of which the defendant Johnson was Master, to convey the said convicts from Scotland to the Thames, from which ship the said convicts escaped with the connivance of the defendants and to the great loss of the plaintiff who had been sued and imprisoned in Scotland upon his security for transporting the said convicts and paid several thousand pounds for his discharge. [423]
279v Lincs 1685, July 17 Wilson, Richard; Richard Count; William Carter; and others, copyholders of the manor of Eagle Hall, Charles, gentleman; and William Clarke, clerk Concerning an agreement as to tithes made in the enclosure of the "Low Moore" in Eagle. [424]
262r Lincs 1685, May 21 Wimberley, Bevill, esq; Francis Corey; Richard Harris; and others, for themselves and divers others the landowners residents and inhabitants within the four townships of Sutton St Mary's, Sutton St Nicholas alias Sutton, Sutton St James, and Sutton St Edmonds Harris, Katherine; Thomas Weatherhogg; John Weatherhogg; and others Concerning an agreement for enclosing part of certain common land in Sutton for payment of money to defendants for the said commons. [425]
138v Wilts 1684, Feb 11 Withers, Christopher Baily, Rolf, gentleman; John Liddiard; and Richard Watton Concerning matters of account [426]
275r Devon 1685, July 18 Wood, Henry, gentleman; and others (and cross bill) Petit, Henry, clerk An order as to an award of Thomas, bishop of Exeter. [427]
77v Yorks 1683, July 5 Wood, Joseph, clerk, vicar of Sandall Magna Beaumount, Dame Mary, widow, since deceased; Elizabeth Wray, widow; Richard Beaumount; William Hardcastle, & Elizabeth his wife; And George Allot, Richard Swallow; Thomas France; and others, the inhabitants, owners, and occupiers of lands etc in Criggleston a vill or township within the rectory of Sandall Magna. Concerning tithes etc in Sandall magna and Criggleston [428]
109r Yorks 1683, Nov 22 Wood, Joseph, clerk, vicar of Sandall Magna Beaumount, Dame Mary, widow, since deceased; Elizabeth Wray, widow; Richard Beaumount; William Hardcastle, & Elizabeth his wife; And George Allot, Richard Swallow; Thomas France; and others, the inhabitants, owners, and occupiers of lands etc in Criggleston Concerning tithes etc in Sandall Magna and Criggleston [429]
149r Yorks 1684, Feb 7 Wood, Joseph, clerk, vicar of Sandall Magna Beaumount, Dame Mary, widow, since deceased; Elizabeth Wray, widow; Richard Beaumount; William Hardcastle, & Elizabeth his wife; And George Allot, Richard Swallow; Thomas France; and others, the inhabitants, owners, and occupiers of lands etc in Crigglest Concerning tithes in Sandall Magna and Criggleston [430]
125r Yorks 1684, Jan 25 Wood, Joseph, clerk, vicar of Sandall Magna Beaumount, Dame Mary, widow, since deceased; Elizabeth Wray, widow; Richard Beaumount; William Hardcastle, & Elizabeth his wife; And George Allot, Richard Swallow; Thomas France; and others, the inhabitants, owners, and occupiers of lands etc in Crigglest Concerning tithes etc in Sandall Magna and Criggleston [431]
295v Yorks 1685, Nov 30 Wood, Joseph, clerk, vicar of Sandall Magna Burdett, Sir Francis, baronet; Robert Squire, gentleman, executors of Dame Mary Beaumont, widow; and othersConcerning arrears of a pension claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Sandall Manga and as to a sum of £20 a year devised by the will of Sir Richard Beaumont deceased to be settled upon the vicar's of Sandall Magna. [432]
315r Yorks 1686, Feb 8 Wood, Joseph, clerk, vicar of Sandall Magna Burdett, Sir Francis, baronet; Robert Squire, gentleman, executors of Dame Mary Beaumont, widow; and others Concerning certain sums of money due to the plaintiff as vicar of Sandall Magna. [433]
33v Yorks 1683, Feb 9 Wright, Thomas, clerk, vicar of Bradfield Shawe, William; George Shawe; and others Concerning certain tithes etc in Bradfield. [434]
27r Worcs 1683, Feb 1 Wylde, Edmond, esq, farmer of the rectory and manor of the rectory of Kempsey Aston, Barbara, widow; John Webb; and Francis Bradford Concerning tithes and rent for certain lands in Little Wolverton claimed by the plaintiff as farmer of the rectory and manor of the rectory of Hempsey with the chapelries of Stowton and Norton annexed. [435]
328r Middx 1686, Jan 28 Yardley, William, an infant by John Yardley his father and guardian Say, Robert, doctor in divinity; and Ann Hopkins Concerning a legacy devised to the plaintiff by William Hopkins late of Oxford, gentleman, deceased. [436]
159r London 1684, Apr 17 Zouch, James, esq Eaton, Katherine, administratrix de bonis non of John Eaton; John Dodsworth; Joseph Harding; Ann Baker; and Andrew Lemont, doctor of divinity Concerning matters of account. Dismissal of cause. [437]
126r Wilts 1684, Jan 31 An order for payment of certain costs [438]