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63v Berks 1692, Dec 5 Abrooke, John Legg, William Concerning a mortgage of certain ground in Bray. [1]
27r Berks 1692, June 16 Aldworth, William, esq Pyle, George; and Morrice Enmett Concerning an award as to building a house at Frogmore near Windsor. Dismissal of cause. [2]
4v Wilts 1692, Apr 14 Allen, Cave, widow; and others Myles, William; and Elianor Myles, widow An order as to costs etc. [3]
5r Wilts 1692, May 30 Allen, Cave, widow; Robert Deeke, & Mary his wife; and others Myles, William; and Elianor Myles, widow Concerning matters of account. [4]
96r London/Middx 1693, May 30 Aneslowe, Samuel, doctor of laws; Robert Webb; Josiah Bassett; and others Colllins, Joseph, executor of Alexander Hosea; John Cullum; and Caleb Hooke, administrator of Thomas Powell Concerning certain money to be distributed among outsted dissenting ministers. [5]
99r London/Middx 1693, May 18 Aneslowe, Samuel; and others Collins, Joseph; and others An order as to hearing the cause. [6]
73r Lancs 1693, Feb 20 Ashton, Sir Edmund, baronet Braddyll, Thomas, esq; and others Concerning suit of mill in the manor of Whalley and diversion of the mill stream. Dismissal of cause. [7]
34r Lancs 1692, June 9 Astley, Richard, esq, & Mary his wife, one of the daughters and coheirs of Nicholas Banastre late eldest son and heir of Richard Banastre esq deceased Johnson, Mary, widow; Alexander Johnson, esq; Sir Gervas Elwes, baronet; Sir John Otway, knight; and John Kellett, gentleman Concerning matters of account. The manor of Altham and other lands and the tithes and barns of Bartell Soweby and Tarniker were involved. [8]
14r London/Middx 1692, Apr 28 Atkyns, Sir Robert, knight of the Bath, chief baron of the exchequer Bennett, John, esq; Thomas Tooke, esq, & Elizabeth his wife; Thomas Collins, & Elizabeth his wife, executrix of Edward Buggins, deceased Concerning a mortgage of the Rose Tavern in Cursitor's Alley and other houses in Middlesex or London. [9]
42r London/Middx 1692, Nov 3 Atkyns, Sir Robert, knight of the Bath, chief baron of the exchequer Bennett, John, esq; Thomas Tooke, esq, & Elizabeth his wife; Thomas Collins, & Elizabeth his wife, executrix of Edward Buggins, deceased Concerning certain mortgaged houses in Castle Yard. [10]
42r London/Middx 1692, Oct 31 Atkyns, Sir Robert, knight of the Bath, chief baron of the exchequer Bennett, John, esq; Thomas Tooke, esq, & Elizabeth his wife; Thomas Collins, & Elizabeth his wife, executrix of Edward Buggins, deceased An order as to hearing the cause. [11]
1r London/Middx 1692, Apr 21 Atkyns, Sir Robert, knight of the Bath, chief baron of the exchequer Tooke, Thomas, esq An order as to hearing the cause. [12]
167r Middx 1694, Feb 5 Attorney General Calverd, Felix, esq; and William Wright Concerning matters of account. [13]
114r Corn 1693, July 3 Attorney General Conning, Walter; Thomas Peake; Robert Peake; and Robert Rayne An order for a trial at law as to whether certain meadows be parcel of their Majesties' manor of Buckham Buck or within the manor of Pendrin. [14]
157r Bucks 1694, Feb 5 Attorney General Horton, Hugh, gentleman; John Parsons; Henry Harris; John Egleton; and others Concerning the manor of Grove alias Setons and divers lands etc lately belonging to Thomas Egleton late of Ellesborow deceased who was receiver general of severl aids and assessments and a crown debtor. [15]
133v Essex 1693, July 6 Attorney General Prestny, Andrew; Willliam Baker; and William Crick Concerning the estate of John Cooke of Colchester who was convicted and attainted of felony and murder and as to debts due to the said Cooke. [16]
140r London 1693, Oct 26 Attorney General Smith, Sir James, knight; Dame Ann North, widow, executrix of Sir Dudley North, knight, deceased; and Stephen Cleeve, esq, deceased, among others Concerning several sums of money levied by Sir James Smith, Sir Dudley North; and William Cleeve as justices of the peace for the City of London and Liberties thereof and Middlesex by color of several forfeitures and commissions upon several acts of Parliament made against conventicles and persons refusing to conform to the laws established. [17]
71v Surrey 1693, Feb 20 Attorney General (Sir George Treby, knight) at the relation of John Buckworth esq Bowrne, Thomas, gentleman Concerning the right of felling timber in the manor of Byfleet for the repair of a bridge over the River Wye. [18]
59r London 1692, Dec 5 Attorney General at the relation of Giles Lytcott, esq Coxe, Sir Stephen, knight; John Kent, esq; Bridgett Kent; and Nicholas Fenn, executors of Richard Kent esq, deceased Concerning a matter of account between the relator as comptroller general of customs in London and Richard Kent, esq, deceased, as receiver general of customs there. [19]
24r Ches 1692, June 22 Attorney General at the relation of Peter Legh, esq; and others Thornicroft, Edward, esq; and others Concerning the government of Macclesfield Grammar School. An order as to continuing the cause. [20]
42r Ches 1692, Nov 24 Attorney General at the relation of Peter Legh, esq; and others Thornicroft, Edward, esq; and others An order as to a charter of King Edward VI and as to continuing the cause. [21]
42r Ches 1692, Oct 26 Attorney General at the relation of Peter Legh, esq; and others Thornicroft, Edward, esq; and others An order for striking certain words out of a former order. [22]
74r Ches 1693, Feb 14 Attorney General at the relation of Peter Leigh, esq; and others Thornicroft, Edward, esq; and others Concerning the government of Macclesfield Grammar School. [23]
101v Ches 1693, May 18 Attorney General at the relation of Peter Leigh; and others Thornicroft, Edward, esq; and others Concerning the government of Macclesfield Grammar School [24]
51v London 1692, Oct 31 Attorney General at the relation of Walter Whitfield, esq; and others Governor and Company of Merchants of London Trading to the East Indies; Sir Josiah Child, baronet; and Sir Benjamin Bathurst, knight An order for a trial at law as to whether certain goods were prize goods. [25]
16r Berks 1692, May 10 Attorney General, late (Sir George Treby, knight) at the relation of the Mayor, Bridgemasters, and Burgesses of Maidenhead Pirton, Edward Concerning tolls payable at Maidenhead Bridge. [26]
58r London 1692, Nov 29 Attorney General, late (Sir George Treby, knight) at the relation of Walter Whitfield, esq; John Earle; and Thomas Kilner, gentleman Governor and Company of Merchants of London Trading to the East Indies; Sir Josiah Child, baronet; and Sir Benjamin Bathurst, knight Concerning ships and goods taken as prize in the late war in the East Indies against the Great Mogul. [27]
7r Ches 1692, May 2 Attorney General, late (Sir George Treby, knight) by the relation of Peter Legh, Thomas Legh of Lyme; Edward Downes sr; and others Legh, John; Nathaniel Booth; John Davenport; and others Concerning the government of Macclesfield Grammar School. An order for a trial at law. [28]
6r Norf 1692, May 10 Attorney General, late (Sir George Treby, knight) by the relation of Wilham Betts, gentleman Langley, Christian, & Elizabeth his wife; Edmond Themilthorpe, & Martha his wife Concerning mortgages of several messuages in Norwich. [29]
106v Lancs 1693, May 30 Attorney General, late (Sir George Treby, knight) on behalf of their Majesties and at the relation of the Mayor, Bailiffs, and Burgesses of the Borough of Liverpool and John Hodgson Mayor, Bailiffs, and Commonalty of Lancaster; Augustine Greenwood; and John Bryer Concerning duties on goods imported into Liverpool. An order for a trial at law. [30]
136r Warw 1694, Feb 8 Attorney General, late, at the relation of Samuel Carter, esq; Isaac Stanton; George Wirley; and others Gough, Sir Henry, knight; Sir John Bridgman, baronet; Sir Charles Scott, knight; and others Concerning the government of King Edward VI's Grammar School at Birmingham and as to the revenues thereof. [31]
45r Norf/Suff 1692, Dec. 9 Bacon, Sir Robert, baronet Goate, Edward, gentleman, surviving trustee and executor of Sir Edmund Bacon, baronet, deceased, Concerning matters of account. [32]
86r Norf/Suff 1693, Feb 20 Bacon, Sir Robert, baronet Goate, Edward, gentleman, surviving trustee and executor of Sir Edmund Bacon, baronet, deceased, Concerning a settlement of the lordships and manors of Redgrave and Westhall in Rickingall Inferior and Burgate and other manors and lands in Norfolk and Suffolk, and as to the personal estate of Sir Edmund Bacon, baronet, deceased. [33]
27r Norf/Suff 1692, June 21 Bacon, Sir Robert, baronet (and cross suit) Goate, Edward, gentleman, surviving trustee and executor of Sir Edmund Bacon, baronet, deceased, Concerning the estate of Sir Edmund Bacon, baronet, deceased. [34]
7r Surrey 1692, Apr 21 Barnard, William, doctor in divinity Collins, William Concerning tithes in the vicarage of Malden. Dismissal of the defendant. [35]
119r Sussex 1693, June 2 Barnes, Thomas Darby, William Concerning an annuity payable out of certain lands in Burwash. An order for a trial at law. [36]
141v Sussex 1693, Oct 26 Barnes, Thomas Darby, William Concerning an annuity issuing out of certain lands in Burwash. [37]
165r Surrey 1694, Feb 19 Bartlett, William Harris, Thomas, gentleman Concerning an agreement as to purchase of certain oaks in the manor of Pollsden [38]
21r Suff 1692, June 6 Battie, William, doctor of divinity Bacon, Thomas, esq Concerning certain tithes. [39]
108r Som 1693, May 30 Beamont, Henry, & Hannah his wife Harding, Hanah, widow; Joane Sumner, widow; Henry Weare; and others Concerning a legacy. A house at Wells was involved. [40]
98v Sussex 1693, May 18 Bennett, Robert Gillart, Lewis Concerning a mortgage of a messuage and lands in East Guilford [41]
105v Sussex 1693, May 30 Bennett, Robert Gillart, Lewis Concerning a mortgage of a messuage and lands in East Guilford [42]
61r Hunts 1692, Nov 17 Bernard, Sir Robert, baronet Edward, earl of Sandwich, lord of the manor of Brampton; Thomas, bishop of Lincoln; John Hamond, doctor of divinity, archdeacon of Huntingdonshire and prebendary of the prebend of Brampton and patron of the church there; and others Concerning the enclosing of certain old ways and commonable and waste grounds in Brampton and setting out other and better ways and commons for the inhabitants and commoners of Brampton aforesaid. [43]
31v Norf 1692, June 22 Berwick, Benjamin, clerk, vicar of Tofts alias West Tofts and sequestrator of the vicarage of Stanford Swanton, William Concerning tithes in Stanford [44]
173v Yorks 1694, Feb 5 Bethell, Henry, esq Hunter, Samuel, gentleman Concerning certain rents and services boons etc claimed to belong to the manor of Frothinghou alias North Frothingham. Dismissal of the defendant. [45]
30v Sussex 1692, June 9 Birchett, Richard Kilburne, Sarah, widow Concerning matters of account. Dismissal of cause. [46]
1r Devon 1692, Apr 28 Birchinsha, David, clerk, rector of Lydford Wilcock, William; Thomas Leman; Walter Wilcock; and others Concerning certain tithes in Lydford [47]
19v Devon 1692, June 22 Birchinsha, David, clerk, rector of Lydford Wilcock, William; Thomas Leman; Walter Wilcock; and others Concerning certain tithes in Lydford [48]
85r Norf 1693, Feb 9 Bird, Edmund, clerk Scarlett, Philip, executor of William Scarlett Bill of Revivor. Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Necton. [49]
97r London 1693, May 4 Boddington, Robert, & Dorothy his wife; and Jane Martin widow, administratrices to Charles Boone and administratrices de bonis non of Thomas Boone and John Boone Goodall, Richard, gentleman Concerning matters of account [50]
75v London 1693, Jan 26 Boddington, Robert, & Dorothy his wife; and Jane Martin widow, administratrix to Charles Boone and administratrix de bonis non of Thomas Boone and John Boone Goodall, Richard, gentleman Concerning matters of account. [51]
76r London 1693, Jan 26 Boddington, Robert, & Dorothy his wife; and Jane Martin widow, administratrix to Charles Boone and administratrix de bonis non of Thomas Boone and John Boone Goodall, Richard, gentleman Concerning matters of account in which a lease of the manor of Boyton Hall, Essex, was involved. [52]
97r London 1693, May 4 Boddington, Robert, & Dorothy his wife; and Jane Martin widow, administratrix to Charles Boone and administratrix de bonis non of Thomas Boone and John Boone Goodall, Richard, gentleman Concerning matters of account [53]
131v Surrey 1693, July 15 Bordley, Stephen, clerk, rector of St Mary Newington Tyms, George, & Elizabeth his wife Concerning tithes in St Mary, Newington [54]
165v Surrey 1694, Feb 19 Bordley, Stephen, clerk, rector of St Mary Newington Tyms, George, & Elizabeth his wife Concerning tithes in St Mary, Newington [55]
9r Middx 1692, May 10 Bowater, Richard Hartley, Ralph, & Amy his wife Concerning certain copyhold lands in Kingsbury. [56]
144r Som 1693, Nov 27 Bower, John, clerk, vicar of Burnham Baron, Charles Concerning tithes in Burnham [57]
53v Surrey 1692, Dec 5 Bowyer, Anthony, esq, impropriator of the rectory of Camberwell Barrett, Faver; David Payne; and George Gibbs Concerning tithes of wood in Camberwell [58]
125r London 1693, July 6 Brandon, Thomas, administrator of the goods etc unadministered of Richard Pierce of London, cook, deceased Hanson, Edward, esq, executor of Dame Katherine Hanson, decesed, who was administratrix of Sir Robert Hanson her late husband deceased. Concerning money claimed to be due to Richard Pierce deceased as cook to Sir Robert Hanson deceased when Lord Mayor of London and for several dinners and entertainments. An order for a trial at law. [59]
124r Norf 1693, July 15 Brereton, Andrew, gentleman (and cross suit) Seaman, Thomas, esq Concerning matters of account between the defendant as high sheriff for Norfolk and the plaintiff as his undersheriff. [60]
23r Suff 1692, June 2 Brooke, George Abbott, Henry; Moses Bennett; Robert Baker; and others Concerning certain tithes of Lindsey Farm and Bakers Farm. [61]
4r Suff 1692, May 10 Brooke, George Abbott, Henry; Moses Bennett; Robert Baker; and others Concerning certain tithes in Lyndsey. [62]
127r Suff 1693, June 29 Brooke, George, gentleman Abbutt, Henry; Robert Baker; John Barnes; and James Warwell Concerning tithes of Lindsey Farm and Baker's Farm in Linsey. [63]
173r London 1694, Jan 25 Browne, Elizabeth, widow, administratrix with the will annexed of Thomas Browne deceased Scott, Richard, & Elizabeth his wife; Elizabeth Hatt, widow, executrix of Richard Lightfoot, esq, deceased; and others Concerning matters of account [64]
101r Suff 1693, May 22 Burkitt, Mary, widow; Thomas Denny; and Thomas Burkitt, executor of Miles Burkett deceased Carter, Benjamin Concerning the Angell Inn in Sudbury [65]
70v Kent 1693, Feb 6 Burleston, William, clerk, rector of Midley Lumley, Sir Martin, baronet Concerning tithes in Midley [66]
99r Kent 1693, May 8 Burleston, William, clerk, rector of Midley Lumley, Sir Martin, baronet Concerning tithes in Midley [67]
75r Surrey 1693, Feb 20 Carent, Edmond, & Elizabeth his wife; Francis Jewers; and John Grteene, gentleman Childe, Lydia, administratrix of the goods etc of Benjamin Childe with his will annexed unadministered by Edward Umfrevile, esq, deceased, the only acting executor of the said Benjamin Child deceased Concerning an agreement as to purchase of the manor of Rudhall and several lands in Woking. An order for a trial at law. [68]
139v Surrey 1693, Nov 6 Carent, Edmond, & Elizabeth his wife; Francis Jewers; and John Grteene, gentleman Childe, Lydia, administratrix of the goods etc of Benjamin Childe with his will annexed unadministered by Edward Umfrevile, esq, deceased, the only acting executor of the said Benjamin Child deceased Concerning an agreement as to purchase of the manor of Rudhall and several lands in Woking. [69]
67r Bucks 1693, Feb 6 Carpender, William, clerk Bennett, Grace, widow Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Calverton. [70]
67v Bucks 1693, Feb 6 Carpender, William, clerk Bennett, Grace, widow Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Calverton. [71]
110v Norf 1694, Feb 19 Castell, Roger, esq Crane, William, gentleman Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as owner of the rectory impropriate of Raveningham and tithes claimed by the defendant as rector of Hales. [72]
143v Leics 1693, Dec 5 Cave, John, clerk Vellam, Thomas Concerning rents and profits of glebe lands and tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Cold Overton. Dismissal of the defendant. [73]
13v England/Ireland/ Middx 1692, May 2 Champante, Sir John, knight Dashwood, Sir Robert, knight and baronet; Sir Samuel Dashwood, knight; John Parry, esq; and Edward Noell, esq Concerning matters of account [74]
100r Worcs 1693, May 4 Chauntrell, Henry Stephens, Sheldon; John Tolley, & Mary his wife; and others Concerning matters of account [75]
37v Durham 1692, June 22 Chilton, Elizabeth, widow and relict of Thomas Chilton deceased; Mary, Robert, Elizabeth, and Jane Chilton, son and daughters of the said Thomas and Elizabeth Chilton, infants by the aforesaid Elizabeth their mother and guardian Dodsworth, John, esq Concerning a matter of account in which certain tithes in Seaton in the parish of Stranton were involved. [76]
165v Oxon 1694, Feb 5 Clancy, Elizabeth, widow, administratrix to Henry Maurice, doctor in divinity, deceased Dormer, Anna Mara; Mary Morgan; Charlton Stone, esq; Richard Peple; and James Stope, clerk Concerning tithes in the rectory of Newington [77]
18r Middx 1692, June 13 Clements, Nicholas Merry, Alice, widow; and others Concerning a debt due to the plaintiff from Cadogan Thomas deceased. [78]
64r Middx 1692, Dec 5 Clements, Nicholas Merry, Alice, widow; and Thomas Rous, gentleman Concerning a matter of account. [79]
151v Warw 1693, Dec 5 Coke, Edward, an infant by Thomas, lord marquis of Carmarthen, his grandfather and guardian Holt, Sir Charles, baronet Concerning a mortgage of the manors of Lapworth and Bushwood alias Bishopwood and divers lands. [80]
129r Warw 1693, July 15 Coke, Edward, an infant by Thomas, lord marquis of Carmarthen, his grandfather and guardian Holt, Sir Charles, baronet Concerning a mortgage of the manor of Lapworth and Bushwood alias Bishopwood, and divers lands. [81]
95r Norf 1693, May 22 Coldham, James, gentleman Dusgate, Francis, esq Concerning a right of feed and shack for sheep in Anmer. Dismissal of the defendants. [82]
145r Middx 1693, Dec 5 Colls, William, executor of Ann Abbot, widow, deceased Moore, John, & Ruth his wife, late wife of Thomas Pearce, deceased; Thomas Pearce, son of the said Thomas Pearce an infant; Henry Miles; and Thomas Pollarne Concerning arrears of an annuity to payment of which divers land etc in Shrewton were liable. [83]
51r Durham 1692, Nov 10 Cooling, Charles, clerk; and others Ewbank, Thomas Concerning certain damages. [84]
2r Kent 1692, Apr 21 Copland, Christofer, clerk, vicar of Meopham Swifte, William, gentleman Concerning certain tithes in Meopham [85]
56v Bucks 1692, Nov 29 Copyhold tenants of the manor of Prince's Risborowe Adean, Thomas, esq, lord of the said manor Concerning a custom as to timber in the manor of Prince's Risborowe. [86]
112v Herts 1693, July 3 Cotton, Susan, widow Hay, Thomas; Christofer Reeve; John Reeve; and John Blackhall Concerning lands in Hemelhempsted and Norchurch [87]
121v Herts 1693, July 6 Cotton, Susan, widow Hay, Thomas; Christofer Reeve; John Reeve; and John Blackhall A confirmation of a decree [88]
102r Herts 1693, May 18 Cotton, Susan, widow Hay, Thomas; Christofer Reeve; John Reeve; and John Blackhall Concerning divers lands etc in Hemelhempsted and Norchurch. [89]
103r Herts 1693, May 30 Cotton, Susan, widow Hay, Thomas; Christofer Reeve; John Reeve; and John Blackhall An order as to making a former order absolute. [90]
88v Durham 1693, Feb 20 Cowling, Charles, clerk; and others Ewbank, Thomas Concerning breach of covenants in a lease. [91]
3v Durham 1692, May 10 Cowling, Charles, clerk; Ferdinand Huddleston, esq; Robert Smith; and Elizabeth Shuttleworth, widow, administratrix of Nicholas Shuttleworth, deceased Ewbank, Thomas Concerning a bond for performance of certain articles as to several "Salt Penns" parcels of land and staithes in Boddington. An order a trial at law. [92]
139v Norf 1693, Nov 20 Crane, William, gentleman Castell, Roger, esq Concerning tithes due to the plaintiff as impropriator of the rectory of Hales. [93]
21r Cambs 1692, June 21 Cressener, Drue, doctor in divinity Gally, James; Thomas Simpson; Thomas Newman; and others Concerning certain tithes claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Soham. An order for a trial at law. [94]
100v Cambs 1693, May 11 Cressener, Drue, doctor in divinity Gally, James; Thomas Simpson; Thomas Newman; and others Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Soham. Dismissal of defendants. [95]
50r Cambs 1692, Nov 21 Cressiner, Drue, doctor of divinity Gally, James; Thomas Simpson; Thomas Newman; and others Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Soham. An for a new trial at law. [96]
26r Surrey 1692, June 22 Crispe, Henry, gentleman Potts, Elizabeth, spinster An order as to a report of the deputy remembrancer. [97]
46r Surrey 1692, Nov 14 Crispe, Henry, gentleman Potts, Elizabeth, spinster An order for a trial at law. [98]
119r Surrey 1693, June 29 Crispe, Henry, gentleman Potts, Elizabeth, spinster Concerning a mortgage [99]
141r Surrey 1693, Oct 26 Crispe, Henry, gentleman Potts, Elizabeth, spinster Concerning a mortgage [100]
105r Essex 1693, May 4 Damond, John, & Mary his wife Field, George Concerning the estate of William Reeve of Clackton Parva deceased. A farm called Bowells Farm was involved. [101]
126v Som 1693, July 6 Daw, Edmund, gentleman Pickfatt, Thomas, & Ann his wife Concerning a capital messuage and lands in Nunney. [102]
150v Som 1693, Nov 29 Daw, Edmund, gentleman Pickfatt, Thomas, & Ann his wife Concerning a bond and a lease. [103]
158v Som 1694, Feb 13 Dea, Mary, an infant by Richard Dea her father and next friend Cooke, john, alias Langdon; Thomas Higgins; Richard Batt; George Lewis; and John Bone Concerning a legacy [104]
169r Cambs 1694, Feb 19 Deave, William Macro, Thomas, the elder and the younger; and Richard Frazer Concerning a mortgage of a messuage, lands, etc in Haslingfield held by lease of Queen's College, Cambridge [105]
122r London/Bristol 1693, July 15 Delaconture, Joseph Ducasse; Paul Lacohe; Samuel Lethieulier; and Samuel Nash, merchant Earle, Sir Thomas, knight Concerning the issuance of the ship Conelusion from New England to Bilboa. An order for a trial at law. [106]
135v London/Bristol 1694, Feb 13 Delaconture, Joseph Ducasse; Paul Lacohe; Samuel Lethieulier; and Samuel Nash, merchant Earle, Sir Thomas, knight Concerning the insurance of the ship Conclusion from New England to Bilboa. [107]
110r Glouc 1693, May 22 Dewy, William Price, Thomas, clerk Concerning tithes in Turke Deane. Dismissal of the defendant. [108]
72v Lancs 1693, Feb 6 Drinkwater, Abigail, widow; Ann Buxton; and others Buxton, John, gentleman; and Robert Browne, gentleman An order for an arbitration [109]
163r Lancs 1694, Jan 29 Drinkwater, Abigail, widow; Ann Buxton; and others Buxton, John, gentleman; and Robert Browne, gentleman Concerning matters of account [110]
91r Herefs 1693, Feb 21 Ernle, John Kirle, esq, an infant by Thomas Fettiplace, esq, hisnext freiend; Thomas Smith of Huntleys; Thomas Smith of Hill; and others, inhabitants and occupiers of land within the parish of Much Marcle and the titheable places of and belonging to the same Watts, John, clerk, vicar of Much Marcle Concerning moduses and customary payments for tithes in Much Marcle. [111]
55v Glouc 1692, Nov 21 Fane, Francis, esq, administrator with the will annexed of Sir Francis Fane knight of the Bath deceased Harris, William Concerning tithes in the impropriation of Westbury. [112]
159v Wilts 1694, Feb 8 Feltham, David, executor of Thomas Feltham his brother late deceased Feltham, Hester, widow, relict of said testator Thomas Feltham; and George Chappell Concerning an agreement as to certain goods and matters of account. Lands in Fovent were involved. [113]
21v Northt 1692, June 9 Flavell, John Knowles, Richard Concerning certain tithes in Little Bowden claimed to belong to the rectory of St mary's in Great Bowden. An order for a trial at law as to an alleged custom etc. [114]
60v Northt 1692, Nov 24 Flavell, John Knowles, Richard Concerning tithes in Great and Little Bowden [115]
172r London 1694, Feb 20 Flood, Stephen Clarke, Sarah, widow Concerning an agreement for pulling down two old messuages in Leadenhall Street, London, and building two new houses on the site thereof. An order for a trial at law as to certain overwork and variations and the cost thereof. [116]
22r Middx 1692, June 6 Freeman, William, esq Crispe, Henry; and others Concerning an agreement as to furnishing lead and solder and other materials to be used in and about a house the plaintiff was building at Fawley, Bucks, and as to providing workmen. Dismissal of the defendant. [117]
76v Middx 1693, Jan 26 Gage, Elizabeth, widow; and Thomas Alderman an infant by the said Elizabeth his mother and guardian the said Gage being administratrix during the minority of the said Thomas Marshall, John Concerning a mortgage of a house in Great Essex Street. [118]
153r London 1693, Nov 20 Gamble, William How, William, esq An order as to reference to the deputy remembrancer [119]
85v London 1693, Feb 20 Gamble, William, administrator of William Gamble, deceased How, William, administrator of John How, administrator of John How, deceased. Concerning a lease of several messuages etc in Fetter Lane and Bond Stables. [120]
161r Wilts 1694, Feb 13 Gardiner, Christofer, gentleman Acrigg, Richard, administrator with the will annexed of Anthony Smith deceased; and others Concerning a matter of account. Dismissal of the defendant. [121]
25r London 1692, June 13 Gardiner, John, merchant; and Dame Lettice Bowden executrix of Sir John Bowden her late husband deceased Royal African Company of England Concerning matters of account arising out of trade with Africa carried on by the plaintiff and Sir John Bowden who were proprietors of plantations in America for the management of which Negroes were wanted. [122]
46v London 1692, Nov 24 Gardiner, John, merchant; and Dame Lettice Bowden executrix of Sir John Bowden her late husband deceased Royal African Company of England Concerning matters of account. [123]
51r London 1692, Nov 7 Gardiner, John, merchant; and Dame Lettice Bowden executrix of Sir John Bowden her late husband deceased Royal African Company of England Concerning matters of account. [124]
88v Essex 1693, Feb 9 Giffard, Hope, gentleman, & Martha his wife (entered with Hickeringill av. Stowers) Hickeringill, Edward, clerk Concerning certain tithes in the rectory of All Saints, Colchester. Dismissal of the cause. [125]
43r Middx 1692, Nov 7 Godfrey, Elizabeth, spinster Rogers, Ruth, spinster Concerning matters of account arising out of an alleged partnership in letting lodgings and taking in boarders at Enfield. Dismissal of the defendant. [126]
138v London 1693, Nov 20 Grant, Samuel, esq Cannon, Charles Concerning tithes and dues claimed by the plaintiff as owner of the impropriate rectory of St Dunstans in the West [127]
159r London 1694, Feb 5 Grant, Samuel, esq Cannon, Charles Concerning tithes [128]
1v London 1692, Apr 28 Grant, Thomas, & Bridgett his wife Simmons, Elizabeth, widow Concerning a legacy devised to the plaintiff Bridgett by Sir Ralph Bovey, baronet, to payment of which the manor of Crowden and other lands etc in Cambridgeshire were liable. [129]
71r London 1693, Feb 20 Grant, Thomas, & Bridgett his wife Simmons, Elizabeth, widow Concerning a legacy payable out of the proceeds of a sale of the manors of Caxton and Crowden and divers other lands in Cambridgeshire. [130]
121v London 1693, July 15 Greenwood, Francis; and Jasper Vanzoolen Smith, John Concerning an award made in Holland as to a certain bill of exchange. [131]
142r London 1693, Oct 26 Greenwood, Francis; and Jasper Vanzoolen Smith, John An order as to hearing the cause. [132]
67r Middx 1693, Feb 6 Griffin, Philip Thomas, Thomas An order as to hearing the cause. [133]
84v Middx 1693, Feb 14 Griffin, Phillip, executor of Mary Meggs, widow, deceased Thomas, Thomas Concerning certain tenements in the parish of St Martin in the Fields and other the estate of Mary Meggs deceased. An order for a trial at law. [134]
131v Middx 1693, June 22 Griffin, Phillip, gentleman, executor of Mary Meggs, widow, deceased Thomas, Thomas Concerning the estate of Mary Meggs, deceased. [135]
154r Ches 1693, Dec 5 Griffith, Henry, esq Wright, Thomas, sr and jr; and Thomas Starkey Concerning a tenement in Cholmondley which was involved in matters of account. [136]
124v Ches 1693, June 29 Griffith, Henry, esq Wright, Thomas, sr and jr; and Thomas Starkey Concerning a tenement in Cholmondley which was involved in matters of account. [137]
32r Carmarthen 1692, June 22 Griffith, Nathan, gentleman Bowen, Edward Concerning a mortgage of a tenement called Plas Blaen Igd in the parish of New Church. [138]
53r Carmarthen 1692, Nov 7 Griffith, Nathan, gentleman Bowen, Edward Concerning a mortgage of a tenement called Plas Blaen Igd in the parish of New Church. [139]
170r Monmouth 1694, Feb 8 Griffiths, Jenkin, clerk Harries, Hugh, gentleman Concerning matters of account in which a lease of the glebe lands and tithes of Llanellen and a lease of the tithes of Llangattock were involved. Dismissal of the defendant. [140]
23r Berks 1692, June 1 Gunins, Robert, clerk Cotterell, John Concerning certain tithes [141]
120v Middx 1693, June 22 Gurnett, Thomas Billingsley, John; Alice Peckham, widow; and others Concerning several messuages in St James, Clerkenwell. [142]
132v Middx 1693, June 29 Gurnett, Thomas Billingsley, John; Edmund Peckham, executor of Alice Peckham widow deceased; Edward Fowler; and Philip Litchfield Concerning certain tenements in Clarkenwell. [143]
142r Oxon 1693, Nov 16 Guy, John Brideoake, Richard, esq Concerning an account of conies taken and personal estate seized for arrears of retn of a warren called Hacknorton Warren and a house called the "Lodge." [144]
167v Oxon 1694, Feb 19 Guy, John Brideoake, Richard, esq Concerning matters of account [145]
93r Cumber 1693, May 22 Haddock, Timothy, gentleman Radcliffe, Sir Francis, now earl of Derwentwater; Thomas Addison; and Henry Inman Concerning certain tolls payable to the Mayor, Aldermen, Bailiffs; and Citizens of Carlisle. [146]
44r Lincs 1692, Dec 5 Halford, Charles, esq, & Frances his wife, daughter and executrix of Daniel Wigmore, esq, deceased Deanes, John; and Lawrence Barnes Concerning tolls for goods carried by water to or through the town or manor of Spalding. [147]
42v Lincs 1692, Oct 31 Halford, Charles, esq, & Frances his wife, daughter and executrix of Daniel Wigmore, esq, deceased Deanes, John; and Lawrence Barnes Concerning tolls for goods carried by water to or through the town or manor of Spalding. [148]
89v London 1693, Feb 20 Hamilton, Chrysostom, merchant; John Smith, gentleman; and Dame Jane Smith, widow, all creditors by bond of Zachary Shute, deceased. Attorney General; John Beale; Margaret Shute, widow, relict and executrix of the said Zachary Shute, deceased; Zachary Shute, an infant son and heir of the said Zachary Shute deceased; and John Clarke, guardian of the said Zachary Shute the infant. Concerning matters of account. [149]
118v Sussex 1693, June 29 Hempsley, Michael, gentleman Roberts, Ann, widow Concerning the estates of John Roberts, gentleman, deceased. [150]
163v Berks 1694, Jan 29 Herbert, Thomas Martin, Henry; and John Ward, gentleman Concerning stock and goods seized for arrears of rent of a farm called Longworth Lodge [151]
97v London 1693, May 4 Heyth, Jonathan, gentleman, executor of Dr John Heyth, deceased Attorney General; and Bullen Reymes, esq, son, heir, and executor of Colonel Reymes deceased Concerning money due to Dr John Heyth deceased as physician to such sick and wounded seamen, soldkiers, and prisoners of war as should be brought on shore within the district of Portsmouth during the war between King Charles II and the United Provinces. [152]
70v Essex 1693, Feb 9 Hickeringill, Edward, clerk Warner, Samuel, gentleman; and Clement Ray Concerning the pruchase money of certain tithes in Wicke. [153]
88v Essex 1693, Feb 9 Hickeringill, Edward, clerk (entered with Giffard v. Hickeringill) Stowers, Philip; and George Rush Concerning certain tithes in the rectory of All Saints, Colchester. Dismissal of the cause. [154]
160v Hants 1694, Feb 19 Hillary, William, clerk, rector of Minsteed and of the free chapelry of Lyndhurst Edwards, Abraham Concerning tithes in the rectory of Minsteed and chapelry of Lyndhurst. [155]
142v Northumb 1693, Nov 16 Hitch, Henry, esq Forster, George; Thomas Thompson; Andrew Story; George Stroker; and others Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as impropriator of the rectory of Felton with the chapelry of Long Framlingham. Dismissal of the defendant. [156]
13v Northumb 1692, Apr 21 Hitch, Henry, esq Townes, Mathew An order for payment of the value of certain tithes. [157]
113v Northumb 1693, June 29 Hitch, Henry, esq, impropriator of the rectory of Felton Forster, George; Thomas Thompson; Andrew Story; George Stroker; and others Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as owner of the rectory of Felton with the chapelry of Long Framlington thereto belonging. An order for a trial at law. [158]
155v Cumber 1693, Dec 5 Hodgson, Peter, gentleman Skelton, John, esq Concerning tithes of several lands in Thouthwaite called "Thouthwaite Demeanes." An order for a trial at law as to an alleged modus. [159]
169v Middx 1694, Feb 1 Holford, William Carlile, Sarah, widow, administratrix of Lodowick Carlile her late husband deceased; and Robert Warburton Concerning certain subsistence money for a Regiment of Horse. Dismissal of the defgendants. [160]
32v London 1692, June 21 Hornby, William, gentleman Wigan, Eleazer, administrator of John Forth deceased Concerning matters of account [161]
121r Wilts 1693, July 15 Horton, Frances, clerk, vicar of Melkesham Blagden, William Concerning a duty of hay claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Melkesham. [162]
94v Wilts 1693, May 22 Horton, Frances, clerk, vicar of Melkesham Dean and Chapter of Salisbury, impropriators of the rectory of Melsham; Sir Walter Long, baronet; William Blagden; and others, lessees of several distinct parts of the said impropriate rectory under the said Dean and Chapter Concerning a duty of hay claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Melkesham. [163]
46r Westmor 1692, Nov 4 Hugh, lord Clifford Robinson, Robert An order as to hearing the cause etc. [164]
53r Westmor 1692, Nov 21 Hugh, lord Clifford, baron of Chudley Robinson, Robert Concerning certain tithes in the rectory of Preston Patrick. An order for a trial at law. [165]
168v Hants 1694, Feb 19 Hughes, Thomas, clerk, & Priscilla his wife, administratrix de bonis non etc of James Turner clerk deceased Bennett, William; George Bellamy, & Elizabeth his wife Concerning tithes in the vicarage of Fareham. [166]
57r Devon/London 1692, Nov 24 Hunt, William, gentleman Attorney General; John Kent, esq; Nicholas Fenn, esq; and Bridgett Kent, widow, executors of Richard Kent, esq, deceased Concerning matters of account arising out of the collection of customs within the port and city of Exeter and members and creeks thereto belonging. [167]
18v Yorks 1692, June 21 Hutchinson, James; and Robert Carter Crofts, Roger, esq Concerning tithes in the vicarage of Catharick. Dismissal of the defendant. [168]
119v Devon 1693, June 2 Hutchinson, John, gentleman Attorney General (Sir John Somers, knight); John Tibbs; Ann Bone, widow; Mary Bone; and Mary Luscombe, widow Bill of Revivor. Concerning matters of account arising out of the collection of Hearth Money in Devon and Cornwall and the City of Exceter. A messuage in Stonehouse was involved.. [169]
4v Devon 1692, Apr 28 Hutchinson, John, gentleman Bone, John; and Mary Siscombe, widow An order as to hearing the cause, etc. [170]
115r Suff 1693, July 3 Hutchinson, Richard, esq, the elder; Hutchinson, Richard, the younger, & Elizabeth his wife Covell, Thomas, gentleman Concerning the manor of Newton Hall near Sudbury. Dismissal of the defendant. [171]
122v Bristol City 1693, June 26 Hutchinson, Richard, esq; and George Robinson, merchant Kent, John, esq; and Nicholas Fenn, esq, executor of Richard Kent, esq, deceased Concerning a mortgage of the prisage and butlerage of wines at Bristol, Gloucester, Bridgwater and Mynehead alias Miniatt in Somerset and Barnstable, Biddeford, Ilfordcombe, and Clovells, Devon. [172]
150v Bristol City 1693, Nov 16 Hutchinson, Richard, esq; and George Robinson, merchant Kent, John, esq; and Nicholas Fenn, esq, executor of Richard Kent, esq, deceased Concerning a mortgage of the prisage and butlerage of wines at Bristol, Gloucester, Bridgwater and Mynehead alias Miniatt in Somerset and Barnstable, Biddeford, Ilfordcombe, and Clovells, Devon. [173]
54v Montgomery 1692, Nov 29 Ingram, Richard, esq; and William Williams, clerk Rees, John Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as tenants in common of the rectory of Llangirrick. [174]
68r Montgomery 1693, Feb 14 Ingram, Richard, esq; and William Williams, clerk Rees, John Concerning tithes in Llangirrick [175]
66v Montgomery 1693, Feb 6 Ingram, Richard, esq; and William Williams, clerk Rees, John Concerning tithes in Llangirrick [176]
138r London 1693, Oct 26 Ironside, Edward; William Lovell; Edward Scarborough; and others Trant, Sir Patrick; Sir Cornwall Bradshaw, knight; Anthony Row; and others; and The Attorney General Concerning several bonds entered into by the plaintiffs and their sureties as subcollectors of hearth money [177]
148r Essex 1693, Nov 20 Jekyll, William Daniel, Jeremy Concerning the estate of Peter Johnson father of Deborah late wife of the plaintiff. [178]
51v London 1692, Nov 24 Jelliffe, William, administrator of John Jelliffe deceased Royal African Company; and Alexander Cleve Concerning certain goods of John Jelliffe deceased conveyed to Gambia on board the ship Benjamin. [179]
115v Berks 1693, July 15 Jenkins, George; and Richard Morris Lawton, Ralph, esq; Richard Pont, gentleman Concerning a lease of Wallingford Castle and divers lands etc thereto belonging which the defendant Pont agreed to sell to John Albert, earl of Shellard, a German count. [180]
103r Berks 1693, May 30 Jenkins, George; and Richard Morris Lawton, Ralph, esq; Richard Pont, gentleman Concerning matters of account [181]
24r Berks 1692, June 16 Jenkins, George; and Richard Norris Lawton, Ralph, esq; Richard Pont, gentleman Concerning a lease of Wallingford Castle and divers lands etc thereto belonging which the defendant Pont agreed to sell to John Albert, earl of Shellard, a German count. [182]
79v Lincs 1693, Feb 20 John, earl of Mulgrave; George, lord Carteret, Robert Ryther the elder, and others (and cross suit) Marwood, William, esq; mark Vanvalkenburgh, esq; and others Concerning common in the manor of Epworth. [183]
134r Bucks 1693, July 6 Jones, Thomas Clarke, William; Ann Pitt, widow; John Pitt; and others Concerning several lands etc formerly the estate of John Pitt of Chalvey deceased. [184]
121r Denbigh 1693, June 29 Jones, Thomas, & Mary his wife Muckleston, John Concerning a matter of account. Dismissal of the defendant. [185]
147v Berks 1693, Nov 29 Kenyon, Abraham, clerk West, Thomas; and Richard Bowyer Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Warfield. [186]
37r Lincs 1692, June 22 King, Thomas; Thomas Scarlett; George Woodroffe; John Smith; John Beadles of Moulton on behalf of themselves and others the landholders, land occupiers, inhabitants, and townsmen of and in Moulton; and Thomas Swaine of Moulton Hayes, James, clerk; John Cock; James Boulton; and others Concerning certain land, part of Moulton common marsh. [187]
4v Kent 1692, Apr 21 Kisford, Judith, widow Latterden, George Concerning a lease of a messuage, farm, and lands in Frindebury Cliffe and Wigham. An order for an arbitration. [188]
5v Lincs 1692, Apr 14 Knight, William, gentleman; Fransisca Maria his wife; George Gibson, gentleman; and others Maw, Thomas; John Whittacre; Francis Oglethorpe; and Peter Foster Concerning a portion of tithes arising within certain lands in Epworth and Haxey called St Leonard's tithes. [189]
139v Westmor 1693, Nov 13 Lambert, Josias, gentleman; and others Ayrey, Christofer; and others An order for a new trial at law [190]
89r Westmor 1693, Feb 9 Lambert, Josias, gentleman; John Sleddall; and Daniel Ward Ayrey, Christofer; John Borwick; George Dowthwaite; and William Lickbarrow Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiffs as farmers of the rectory of Kirkby Kendal. An order for a trial at law as to an alleged custom in the hamlet of Long Sleddall within the said rectory. [191]
26v Westmor 1692, June 16 Lambert, Josias, gentleman; John Sleddall; and Daniel Ward Thornborow, Rowland, esq; and John Housman Concerning composition for certain tithes claimed by the plaintiffs as farmers of the rectory of Kendall. Dismissal of the defendants. [192]
56v Devon 1692, Nov 17 Ledgingham, Warwick, esq, & Mary his wife; and Martha Ledgingham, only daughter and heir apparent of the said Warwick Ledgingham an infant by the said Warwick Ledgingham her father and next friend Haydon, Gideon, esq; Paul Bowes, esq; and William Croftes, esq Concerning the manor of Cadhay and certain messuages and land in Fluxton and Ottery and several copyhold lands holden of the manor of Ottery St Mary. [193]
22v Ches 1692, June 2 Leigh, John Dean and Chapter of Chester; and John Manley, gentleman Concerning a lease of a parcel of ground within the precincts of Chester Cathedral called the "Barne Yard" and of the tithes arising upon the grounds within the precinct and territory of Chester and Newton and the tithes of certain land in the lordship of Blacon and to the rectory of St Oswald's belonging, of which lease the plaintiff was mortgagee. [194]
78v Ches 1693, Feb 6 Leigh, John, gentleman Dean and Chapter of Chester; and John Manley, gentleman Concerning a lease of a parcel of ground within the precincts of Chester Cathedral called the "Barne Yard" and of the tithes arising upon the grounds within the precinct and territory of Chester and Newton and the tithes of certain land in the lordship of Blacon and to the rectory of St Oswalds belonging, of which lease the plaintiff was mortgagee. [195]
138r Essex 1693, Dec 5 LePla, Marke Lumley, Sir Martin, baronet Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Finchingfield [196]
121v Essex 1693, July 6 LePla, Marke Lumley, Sir Martin, baronet Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Finchingfield [197]
160v Leics 1694, Feb 13 Lewis, lord Rockingham, son and heir of Edward late lord Rockingham who was son and heir and executor of Elianor, lady Rockingham; and Ann, dowager lady Rockingham, relict and administratrix of the aforesaid Edward, lord Rockingham her late husband, also administratrix with the will annexed of the aforesaid Elianor lady Rockingham unadministered by the aforesaid Edward lord Rockingham Vyner, Thomas, esq, surviving executor of Sir Robert Vyner, knight and baronet deceased. An order as to costs and as to a report of the duputy remembrancer. [198]
29v Berks 1692, June 2 Leyson, Thomas, gentleman James, Bolton, esq; Edmond Pierson; Richard King; and others Concerning suit of mill in the manor of Hungerford and liberty of Sanden Fee. An order for a trial at law. [199]
61r Berks/Wilts 1692, Nov 24 Leyson, Thomas, gentleman James, Bolton, esq; Edmond Pierson; Richard King; and others Concerning suit of mill in the manor of Hungerford and liberty of Sanden Fee. [200]
28v Bucks 1692, June 22 Litler, Robert, clerk Cane, Henry, gentleman; and Edward Salmon Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Fulmore. [201]
132r Carmarthen 1693, July 15 Lloyd, Griffith, esq, & Anne his wife Bynon, Martin Concerning a tenement and parcels of land called Fynon Ddrayn in the parish of Newchurch. Dismissal of cause. [202]
77r Northumb 1693, Feb 20 Lumsden, Dorothy; and Ann Lumsden Donkin, Robert; and Stephen Charman Concerning a matter of account. [203]
168r Wilts 1694, Feb 13 Lush, John, son of Richard Lush Lush, John, the elder and the younger Concerning a messuage and lands in Charleton in the parish of Dunhead. Dismissal of cause. [204]
107v Bucks 1693, May 22 Machell, John, esq Goodson, Thomas, son and heir of Thomas goodson; Elizabeth Goodson, widow; John Smith, & Joyce his wife; and Sir Christofer Buckle, knight Concerning divers lands in Weston Turvile. Dismissal of the defendants. [205]
88r Som 1693, Feb 9 Maltby, Grace, widow, relict and administratrix of William Maltby, gentleman, deceased Coker, William, gentleman An order as to a report of the deputy remembrancer. [206]
52v 1692, Nov 7 Marston, Joseph, gentleman Marston, Joseph; and William Bristow, gentleman Concerning an annuity and a legacy charged upon divers lands etc in Marston Moretaine, Bedfordshire. [207]
21r Herts 1692, June 22 Marston, Joseph, gentleman Marston, William, gentleman An order as to hearing the cause etc. [208]
4r Herts 1692, May 30 Marston, Joseph, gentleman Marston, William, gentleman Concerning an annuity and a legacy charged upon divers lands etc in Marston Moretaine, Bedfordshire. [209]
52r 1692, Nov 7 Marston, Joseph, gentleman Marston, William, gentleman Concerning matters of account. [210]
69v Yorks 1693, Feb 6 Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses of Beverley Taylor, William, gentleman; William Eldrington; and Tristram Kirkman Concerning certain tolls in Beverley from which the defendants claim to be exempt as holding certain lands in Molscroft parcel of the manor and provostry of the provost of St John of Beverley. Dismissal of the defendants. [211]
31r Worcester City 1692, June 9 Mayor, Aldermen, and Citizens of Worcester Perks, Francis; John Beale; Thomas Cooke; and others, inhabitants of Bewdley; Thomas Williams of Broseley, Salop; Daniel Davies; Richard Faraly; and David Hughes, inhabitants of Shrewsbury Concerning certain bridge and quay dues at Worcester. [212]
149r Corn 1693, Nov 27 Milward, The Lady Christian Little, John; George Andrew; and Henry Leane Concerning tithes in the rectory of Morvall. An order for a trial at law. [213]
168r Corn 1694, Feb 19 Milward, The Lady Christian Little, John; George Andrew; and Henry Leane Concerning tithes in the rectory of Morvall. [214]
59v Som 1692, Nov 10 Moore, William, esq, executor of William Moore deceased Hole, Edmund; John Hole; and Thomas Morris Concerning certain bonds. An order for a trial at law. [215]
109v Som 1693, May 18 Moore, William, esq, executor of William Moore deceased Hole, Edmund; John Hole; and Thomas Morris Concerning certain bonds. Dismissal of cause. [216]
112r Monmouth 1693, July 3 Morgan, Charles, esq George, William; Arnold George, his son an infant by the said William George his father and guardian; and Walter Willliams Concerning a mortgage of a messuage and lands in Llangattock Lluyngoed. [217]
155v Monmouth 1693, Nov 9 Morgan, Charles, esq George, William; Arnold George, his son an infant by the said William George his father and guardian; and Walter Willliams Concerning a mortgage of a messuage and lands in Llangattock Lluyngoed. [218]
83v Bucks 1693, Feb 21 Mountague, William; and Theophilus Boughey Dorrell, William; William Newell; and Benjamin Howes Concerning a mortgage of the manor of Lyde alias Lewde, freehold lands etc in Woburne and Monks Risborough, and copyhold lands etc held of the manor of Monks Risborough. [219]
112r Bucks 1693, June 26 Mountague, William; and Theophilus Boughey Dorrell, William; William Newell; and Benjamin Howes Concerning the redemption of certain mortgaged lands in Woburne and Monks Risborough [220]
120r Berks 1693, June 22 Nash, Solomon, clerk, rector of Binfield Pocock, John Concerning tithes in Binfield [221]
144v Durham 1693, Nov 27 Nathaniel, bishop of Durham Wharton, Humfry, esq; and Antony Wharton, esq Concerning lead ore obtained in mines in the parishes of Stanhope and Wolsingham and the Lott oar or the ninth part of all such ore as should be dug or gotten out of the said mines received by the defenant Humfrey Wharton as moremaster apponted by the plaintiff. [222]
98v Durham 1693, May 8 Nathaniel, bishop of Durham Wharton, Humfry, esq; and others An order as to costs. [223]
16v London 1692, May 30 North, Edward (and cross suit) Master, Wardens, and Commonalty of the Mystery of the Skinners of London Concerning messuages erected upon certain tofts in Old Change and Watling Street, London [224]
33v Surrey 1692, June 22 Owen, John, & Blanch his wife Lakin, Alice, widow Concerning a legacy bequeathed to the plaintiff Blanch by Blanch Hatfield, widow, deceased. [225]
67r London 1693, Feb 8 Paule, James, esq Canham, John Concerning prisage of wines. [226]
44v London 1692, Nov 24 Paule, James, esq, executor of Sir William Paule, knight, deceased Ennys, Richard; and John Canham Concerning prisage of certain wines imported into London. [227]
158r Derbs 1694, Jan 31 Pindar, Reginald, esq Jackson, Samuel; and others An order as to hearing the cause. [228]
160r Derbs 1694, Feb 8 Pindar, Reginald, esq Jackson, Samuel; Robert Bateman; Thomas Froggatt; Ralph Rider; and others Concerning tithe of lead ore claimed by the plaintiff as owner of the rectory of Hartington within the wapentake of Wirkesworth. An order for a trial at law. [229]
86r Yorks 1693, Feb 20 Platts, Timothy, clerk, vicar of Topcliffe Cawthorne, John; and Thomas Townend Concerning certain tithes in Topcliffe. [230]
96r Som 1693, May 30 Plomley, Francis; and George Chard Poole, Benjamin; and John Purnell Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiffs as lessees of the prebend rectory and parsonage of East Harptrye. Dismissal of the defendants. [231]
166v Corn 1694, Feb 8 Pollard, John, sr, esq; and John Pollard, jr, gentleman Herle, Henry, merchant Concerning matters of account [232]
172v Derbs 1694, Feb 8 Poole, Barnabas, clerk, rector of Brailsford Draper, Mary, widow, executrix of Robert Draper, her late husband, deceased; Mary Draper, spinster, daughter and heir of the said Robert Draper; George Boham; and William Morley Concerning tithes in Brailsford [233]
102r Essex 1693, May 11 Powell, Joseph, clerk Jolley, William; and William Shinglewood Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of St Mary at the Walls in Colchester [234]
164r Norf 1694, Feb 19 Prude alias Hobert, John, esq Verdon, Thomas; and John Verdon Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as owner of the rectory of Methiswold. An order for a trial at law. [235]
10r Suff 1692, May 13 Robinson, Sir Thomas, baronet, an infant son and heir of Sir Lumley Robinson, baronet, deceased, by William Fowlis, esq, his guardian; the said William Fowlis; William Williams, esq; and others (and cross suit) Cobb, Jeoffrey, esq; Mathew Calthrop, esq; Drue Deane, esq; and others Concerning matters of account in which the manors of Impey Hall, Howton Hall, Bulby Hall; Overhall; Netherhall; and Poslingford Hall were involved. [236]
2v Suff 1692, May 2 Robinson, Sir Thomas, baronet, an infant son and heir of Sir Lumley Robinson, baronet, deceased, by William Fowlis, esq, his guardian; the said William Fowlis; William Williams, esq; and others (and cross suit) Cobb, Jeoffrey, esq; Mathew Calthrop, esq; Drue Deane, esq; and others Concerning matters of account in which the manors of Impey Hall, Howton Hall, and other manors and lands were involved. [237]
70v Suff 1693, Feb 20 Rogerson, Robert, clerk Randall, William, gentleman Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Denton. [238]
156v Devon 1693, Nov 29 Roope Cholwich entered on fol. 185 [239]
27v Corn 1692, June 22 Rossington, James, clerk Werring, Ulalia, widow, executrix of Phillipp Werring deceased Concerning certain herbage tithes in Lehaut. [240]
166v Lincs 1694, Feb 19 Ryther, Robert, sr; and others (and cross suit) Marwood, William, esq; and others Concerning Hatfield Chase. An order as to costs. [241]
77r Surrey 1693, Feb 9 Salmon, William, gentleman Denyer, Richard, the elder and the younger Concerning certain tithes in the rectory of Frencham. An order for a trial at law. [242]
111r Devon 1694, Feb 19 Salter, Anthony, esq Bogan, Walter, esq, executor of William Bogan, esq, his father deceased; and William Skinner, administrator of Thomas Prowse, esq, deceased. Concerning a matter of account. An estate in South Huish was involved. [243]
1v Som 1692, May 11 Saunders, Roger, clerk Ryall, James Concerning certain tithes. [244]
99r London 1693, May 15 Shaftoe, Thomas, gentleman Hooke, Caleb; and others Concerning matters of account [245]
77v Newcastle upon Tyne 1693, Feb 9 Shaftoe, Thomas, gentleman Powell, Thomas; Elizabeth Powell; John Blakeston; and others Concerning matters of account. Lands etc in Cornwall, Devon, Durham and the town of Newcastle and in the City of London and suburbs and elsewhere were involved. [246]
117r Newcastle upon Tyne 1693, July 3 Shaftoe, Thomas, gentleman Powell, Thomas; Elizabeth Powell; John Blakeston; and others Concerning matters of account. Certain houses in Jewen Street without Cripplegate were involved. [247]
26r Westmor 1692, June 16 Shepheard, Thomas, gentleman; and Robert Shepheard, gentleman Birkett, Robert; John Sleddall; and Martin Barwick Concerning composition for certain tithes claimed by the plaintiffs as farmers of the rectory of Kendall. Dismissal of the defendants. [248]
66r Essex 1693, Jan 26 Shipp, Joseph, clerk Henchman, Mary; Edward Stammers; and others Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Weathersfield. Dismissal of cause. [249]
171v London 1694, Feb 19 Skeffington, Sir John, baronet, lord viscount Massareene in Ireland; and Clotworthy Skeffington, esq, his son Masters, Robert; and John Angier, esq Concerning a matter of account. [250]
130r London 1693, June 19 Skinner, Thomas, merchant Governor and Company of Merchants of London Trading to the East Indies; Sir Josiah Child, baronet; and Sir Thomas Cooke; and others Concerning compensation claimed the plaintiff from the East India Company for interferences with the trade in the East Indies and for disseising him by their agents of the islands of Barella which he had purchased from the King of Jamby. Dismissal of cause. [251]
46v London 1692, Nov 21 Skynner, Thomas Governor and Company of Merchants of London Trading to the East Indies; and others Concerning a ship and goods taken from the plaintiff by the East India Company's agents in the East Indies and as to his Islands whereof the said agents disseised him and as to assaulting his person. [252]
136r Worcs 1694, Feb 20 Slaughter, Chambers, esq; Richard Westley, gentleman; John Millington; and others, owners and occupiers of lands and tenements in Doddenham, Worcs; Mary Clent, widow; Thomas Clent, esq; John Thornburgh, gentleman, the elder; and others, owners and occupiers of lands and tenements in Knightwick Ley, William, clerk, rector of Kinghtwick and Doddenham Concerning customary payments in lieu of tithes of apples and pears made into cider and perry in Knightwick and Doddenham. [253]
47v Cumber 1692, Nov 21 Sleddall, Roger, esq; Robert Wilson; Thomas Nelson; William Fothergill; and others, on behalf of themselves and all other the freeholders, inhabitants, and tenants of the town and manor of Penreth (and cross suit) Attorney General; the attorney general for the Queen Dowager; and Lancellot Simpson, gentleman Concerning rights of common in certain parcels of ground within the honor and manor of Penreth and Forest of Inglewood. [254]
18r Cumber 1692, June 9 Sleddall, Roger, esq; Thomas Nelson; William Fothergill; and others, on behalf of themselves and all other the freeholders, inhabitants, and tenants of the town and manor of Penreth (and cross suit) Attorney General; the attorney general for the Queen Dowager; and Lancellot Simpson, gentleman Concerning certain rights of common claimed by the freeholders, copyholders, and tenants of the manor of Penreth. An order for a trial at law. [255]
164v Middx 1694, Feb 19 Smith, Sir William, baronet, and others Burgesse, Stephen; William Wilkin; James Garroway; Rice Lamplow Concerning the enclosure of certain lands in Eling which is alleged by the plaintiff to be in diminution of the tithes due to him as farmer of the impropriate rectory of Eling. Dismissal of the defendants. [256]
156v Corn 1693, Nov 23 Squibb, Robert, esq Bennet, Mary, widow; Ann Upcott, widow and relict of William Upcott; and Thomas Gregory Concerning a messuage in Truroe. Dismissial of the defendants. [257]
18v Hants 1692, June 13 Stanley, George, gentleman, son of William Stanley late of Southampton, merchant Dupree, Daniel; Susan Jenkins; Elizabeth Rookes; and others Concerning the estate of William Stanley deceased. [258]
64r Devon 1692, Nov 23 Stawell, William, esq Southmead, Willliam Concerning suit of mill in the manor, borough, and parish of Bovey Tracey. [259]
168v Radnor 1694, Feb 12 Stevens, Henry, esq, executor of Richard Stevens, esq, deceased Edwards, Sir John, knight Concerning the equity of redemption of a tenement called Keven y Balch and a tenemnet called Keven Yoan in the township of Keven Swevan in the parish of Llangunllo [260]
143r Som 1693, Nov 20 Strode, Barnard, gentleman Aplyn, John; Henry Mompesson; and George Long Concerning an award as to a house and lands in Shepton Mallett. [261]
113r Som 1693, July 6 Strode, Bernard, gentleman Aplyn, John; Henry Mompesson; and George Long Concerning an award as to a house and lands in Shepton Mallett. An order for a trial at law. [262]
109v Som 1693, May 18 Strode, William, esq Mead, John; and others Concerning tithes in the rectory of St John's in Glaston. An order for a trial at law as to the tithes of the lands in Southmore in the said parish. [263]
43r Wilts 1692, Dec 5 Stump, John, clerk, rector of Foxley Ayliffe, George, esq Concerning tithes. [264]
29r Wilts 1692, June 21 Stump, John, clerk, rector of Foxley Ayliffe, George, esq Concerning tithes in Foxley. An order for further hearing as to whether the plaintiff having been inducted into a second benefice, viz, the vicarage of Sutton Benger, his first benefice, viz, the rectory of Foxley, be not void by the statute passed in 21 Henry VIII as to plurallities of livings. [265]
66v Wilts 1693, Jan 26 Stump, John, clerk, rector of Foxley Ayliffe, George, esq Concerning tithes in Foxley. [266]
128v Salop 1693, July 15 Tarleton, Elizabeth, widow; and William Tarleton her son an infant by the said Elizabeth his guardian Taylor, Margery, widow, executrix of Thomas Taylor deceased who was executor of William Tarleton deceased husband of the plaintiff Elizabeth and father of the plaintiff William. Concerning the estates of William Tarleton deceased. Messuages in Bridgnorth were involved. [267]
95v Derbs 1693, May 22 Tatam, John, clerk, executor of John Tatam, clerk, his late father deceased Draper, Mary, widow, executrix of Robert Draper, her late husband, deceased; Mary Draper, spinster, daughter and heir of the said Robert Draper; George Boham; and William Morley Concerning certain tithes in the vicarage of Sutton on the Hill. [268]
120v Oxon 1693, June 19 Thurbarne, Alice, widow, executrix of William Thurbarne, gentleman, her late husband, deceased Cawley, John, doctor in divinity Concerning a mortgage of several lands called Henley Park and Hales Wood and two messuages in Henley. [269]
127v Oxon 1693, June 26 Thurbarne, Alice, widow, executrix of William Thurbarne, gentleman, her late husband, deceased Cawley, John, doctor in divinity Concerning a mortgage of several lands called Henley Park and Hales Wood and two messuages in Henley. [270]
139r Bristol City 1693, Nov 29 Tindale, John, gentleman, The Majesties' Searcher of the Port of Bristol Seaward, John Concerning fees claimed by the plaintiff as search of the Port of Bristol. [271]
145v London 1693, Oct 26 Tinkerson, Mary, widow, executrix of John Tinkerson her late husband, deceased Beake, Abraham; Sir Basil Firebrace, knight; Francis Francis; and others Concerning matters of account. [272]
163r Leics 1694, Feb 19 Tipping, Lucretia, an infant by Sir Thomas Tipping, knight, her guardian Cosyn, Edward, of Wrexham, gentleman Concerning a deed [273]
158r Glouc/Leics 1694, Jan 29 Tipping, Lucretia, an infant by Sir Thomas Tipping, knight, her guardian Cosyn, Edward, of Wrexham, gentleman; Edward Cosyn of Bromley, gentleman; and others Concerning settlements of the manor of Charley Hall, Leics, and several lands in Hilsley, Glouc. An order for a trial at law. [274]
35v Kent 1692, June 21 Trotter, Mary, widow Orde, Timothy, gentleman; and William Trotter Vacated; incomplete. [275]
36r Kent 1692, June 21 Trotter, Mary, widow Orde, Timothy, gentleman; and William Trotter Concerning a bond. [276]
70r Northt 1693, Jan 26 Tufton, The Honorable Sackville, esq, & Elizabeth his wife an infant by the said Sackville Tufton her next friend Blincow, John Concerning certain tithes in King's Sutton in the liberty of Purston claimed to belong to the rectory of Newbottle. Dismissal of the defendant. [277]
153v Sussex 1693, Nov 23 Underwood, Mary, widow, executrix of James Underwood her late husband deceased (and cross suit) Underwood, Joseph; and Alexander Luxford Concerning a matter of account [278]
146v Monmouth 1693, Nov 13 Vaughan, Henry, clerk, rector of Grossmont Edwards, Thomas Concerning tithes in Grossmont. An order for a trial at law. [279]
60r Norf 1692, Nov 21 Verdon, James, clerk Waller, John Concerning tithes claimed buy the plaintiff as vicar of East Dereham. Dismissal of cause. [280]
85v Norf 1693, Jan 26 Walker, John, esq Gay, Margaret, widow An order for putting the cause out of the paper. [281]
125v Derby 1693, July 6 Walker, Samuel Porter, George; & Ann his wife Concerning certain tithes in Finderne. [282]
99v Cambs 1693, May 22 Warboys, Arthur, & Hester his wife; and Ann Fage, an infant by the said Arthur her guardian Fage, George, administrator of Thomas Fage deceased during the minority of Thomas Fage with the will annexed; and the said Thomas Fage, executor in the said will named Concerning matters of account [283]
98v London 1693, May 11 Ward, Sir Patience, knight; and others Hilder, Edward, gentleman Concerning tithes of the rectory and vicarage of St Lawrence Poultney. [284]
106r London 1693, May 18 Ward, Sir Patience, knight; William Burnett, doctor in physic; John Flavell; and others Hilder, Edward, gentleman Concerning tithes in the rectory and vicarage of St Lawrence Poultney [285]
83r Ches 1693, Feb 20 Warrington, John, & Elizabeth his wife Walker, William; Thomas Statham; and William Shippen, doctor in divinity Concerning a matter of account in which lands etc in Motley, Culcheth, and Hungerhill were involved. [286]
134v Worcs 1693, July 15 Watmer, William, clerk, rector of Great Comberton Hanford, Compton, esq; Dorothy Hanford, widow; John Fort; Philip Soule; and William Drinkwater Concerning tithes in Grteat Comberton [287]
28r Worcs 1692, June 23 Watmer, William, clerk, rector of Great Comberton Hanford, Compton, esq; Dorothy Hanford, widow; William Cole; and others Concerning tithes in Great Comberton [288]
36r Herefs 1692, June 22 Watts, William, clerk Watkins, Thomas; William Harris; William Haynes; and others Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Doore. [289]
25r Herefs 1692, June 6 Watts, William, clerk Watkins, Thomas; William Harris; William Haynes; and others An order for a case to be drawn up and as to hearing the cause. [290]
122v Herefs 1693, June 29 Watts, William, clerk Watkins, Thomas; William Harris; William Haynes; and others Concerning tithes due to the plaintiff as rector of Doore. [291]
2r Herts 1692, Apr 28 Weedon, Ezechiel; Thomas Halsey; Robert Smith; and others, tenants of the manor of Westbrooke Hay Lomax, Thomas, esq, lord of the said manor Concerning certain customs in the manor of Westbrooke Hay. [292]
3r Surrey 1692, May 30 Welche, Jonathan, son of Jonathan Welche deceased; and Joseph Welche, executor of the said Jonathan Welche, deceased Smith, Sir Edward, baronet; Edward Smith, esq, & Alivia his wife; and Ursula Pepys, widow An order for a trial at law as to damage alleged to be done to Merton Mills by the erecting of certain other mills upon Merton River near to the said Merton Mills. [293]
68v Surrey 1693, Jan 26 Welche, Jonathan, son of Jonathan Welche deceased; and Joseph Welche, executor of the said Jonathan Welche, deceased Smith, Sir Edward, baronet; Edward Smith, esq, & Alivia his wife; and Ursula Pepys, widow Concerning certain mills erected on Merton River to the prejudice of Merton Mills. [294]
45v Som 1692, Dec 5 Wickham, George, clerk Strode, Edward, esq Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Badgworth. [295]
153r Som 1693, Nov 20 Wickham, George, clerk, rector of Badgworth Strode, Edward, esq Concerning tithes in Badgworth [296]
66v Ches 1693, Jan 26 Wilbraham, Peter, & Ann his wife Jackson, William; and Sir Charles Holt An order as to a case to be made. [297]
81v Ches 1693, Feb 14 Wilbraham, Peter, & Ann his wife, daughter and surviving executor of Sir Thomas Smith knight deceased Holt, Sir Charles, baronet; and William Jackson, doctor in physic Concerning a lease of tithes to the rectory of Wybunbury belonging, and a pension arising in Wistaston, and tithes arising in the rectory of Burton. [298]
88r Middx 1693, Feb 20 Wilkinson, Gabriel Collyer, Joseph; and others An order as to report of the deputy remembrancer [299]
103v Brecon 1693, May 18 Williams, Daniel, esq Griffith, Rees Concerning suit to Ystradvoltey Mill within the honor or lordship of Brecon [300]
5r Cambs 1692, Apr 28 Williams, Phillipp, clerk Lancaster, John; and Oliver Kent Concerning certain tithes in the rectory of Doddington [301]
23v Cambs 1692, June 9 Williams, Phillipp, clerk Lancaster, John; and Oliver Kent Concerning tithes in Doddington [302]
142r Pembroke/ Haverford West 1693, Nov 29 Williams, William, gentleman Attorney General An order as to hearing the cause [303]
20v Cumber 1692, June 16 Winder, William Stanley, Jane, widow, executrix of Phillip Stanley deceased Concerning a matter of account in which the receipt of the aid granted to their Majesties in the first year of their reign was involved. An order for a trial at law. [304]
74v Cumber 1693, Feb 20 Winder, William Stanley, Jane, widow, executrix of Phillip Stanley deceased Concerning matters of account arising out of the receipt of the aid granted to their Majesties in the first year of their reign. [305]
161v Cumber 1694, Feb 13 Winder, William, gentleman Stanley, Jane, widow, executrix of Phillip Stanley deceased Concerning matters of account arising out of the collection of the first aid granted to their Majesties in Cumberland. [306]
55r Ches 1692, Nov 29 Wolley, Robert; Arthur Smithson; John Shelton Hollinshead, Francis; and Edward Hollinshead Concerning a messuage in Bosley called Pye Ash. An order for a trial at law. [307]
171r Ches 1694, Feb 19 Wolley, Robert; Arthur Smithson; John Shelton Hollinshead, Francis; and Edward Hollinshead Concerning a messuage in Baseley called Pye Ash [308]
34r Herefs 1692, June 22 Wolrich, Edmond; Dudley Wyatt, & Ann his wife Wolrich, John, esq; and Henry Huett, gentleman Concerning certain money to be raised out of the manor site and capital messuage of Dinmore, Herefs, and a messuage called Ednell, Radnor, and other lands etc in accordance with a settlement. [309]
50r Herefs 1692, Nov 14 Wolrich, Edmond; Dudley Wyatt, & Ann his wife Wolrich, John, esq; and Henry Hyett, gentleman Concerning certain money to be raised out of the manor site and capital messuage of Dinmore, Herefs, and a messuage called Ednell, Radnor, and other lands etc in accordance with a settlement. [310]
148v Worcs 1693, Dec 5 Wyld, Edmond, esq Acton, William, gentleman, an infant by Barbara Acton, widow, his guardian; Barbara Acton, widow; Humfrey Fox; and others Concerning certain tithes in the chapelry of Stoulton and rectory of Kempsey. [311]
104r Worcs 1693, May 4 Wyld, Edmond, esq Acton, William, gentleman, an infant; Barbara Acton, widow; Humfrey Fox; and others Concerning tithes in the rectory of Kempsey and the chapelries called Stoulton and Norton thereto annexed. [312]
149r Devon 1693, Nov 20 Yard, Edward, esq Scobell, John Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as owner of the rectory of Deane Prior. An order for a trial at law as to a custom of tithing wheat. [313]
131r Devon 1693, July 15 Yard, Edward, esq Stobell, John Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as owner of the rectory of Deane Prior. [314]