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109v Wilts 1662, June 23 Alford, William, clerk Hungerford, Henry; Thomas Oliver; Henry Reeves; John Sparrowe; Thomas Minchin; Katherine Wayte, widow; Jefferye Skull; and Francis Hobbs Concerning tithes for depasturing cattle on a certain ground in Perton. [1]
24v Yorks 1660, Nov 12 Anne, countess dowager of Dorset, Pembroke, and Montgomery, and others Currer, Hugh Concerning the customary mills called Silsden Mills. Interlocutory order. [2]
25v Yorks 1660, Nov 30 Anne, countess dowager of Dorset, Pembroke, and Montgomery; John Rusworth; Anthony Lambert; and others Currer, Hugh; Edmund Baldwyn; Robert Farrand; and others Concerning the customary mills at Sildsen. Dismissal of cause. [3]
112r Bucks 1662, June 23 Ashfield, Sir Thomas, knight Whitchcott, Sir Jeremy, baronet; John Preix, merchant; George Lee esq; and Cornelius Vermuyden, esq An order as to hearing the cause. [4]
109v London 1662, June 9 Attorney General Buckwell, John; John Bicton; John Daywood; and others Concerning a debt. An interlocutory order. [5]
177r Hants 1664, Feb 11 Attorney General Woodman, John An interlocutory order as to certain accounts [6]
118r Hants 1662, Nov 20 Attorney General (Sir Geoffery Palmer knight and baronet) on behalf of the King and of Sir Edward Sydenham, knight Edmonds, John, gentleman, & Bridget his wife the relict of Henry Bold clerk deceased. Concerning a parcel of land in Copmer in Portsea and certain rights belonging thereto. [7]
67r Northt 1661, July 6 Attorney General (Sir Geoffrey Palmer knight and baronet) on behalf of the King and of Sir Peter Ball knight the Queen's attorney on behalf of the Queen Mother and of Henry, earl of St Albans and others trustees for her said Majesty and for the King and his heirs Ramsborough, William; Solomon Smith; and Daniel Farrington Concerning Higham Ferrers Park. [8]
75v Northt 1661, Nov 21 Attorney General (Sir Geoffrey Palmer knight and baronet) on behalf of the King and of Sir Peter Ball knight the Queen's attorney on behalf of the Queen Mother and of Henry, earl of St Albans and others trustees for her said Majesty and for the King and his heirs Ramsborough, William; Solomon Smith; and Daniel Farrington Concerning Higham Park [9]
93v Wilts 1662, May 1 Attorney General (Sir Geoffrey Palmer knight and baronet) on behalf of his Majesty at the relation of Edward Howard, esq Northey, John, clerk Concerning a debt due from the defendant to one Gregory Clement late attainted of high treason, which debt was alleged by the defendant to have arisen out of certain transactions as to certain lands parcel of the manor of Potterne. [10]
93v London 1662, Apr 24 Attorney General (Sir Geoffrey Palmer, knight and baronet) at the relation of Richard Paxford gentleman and Anne Rickman widow Bradshawe, Richard, esq, late receiver general of his Majesty's revenues in Cheshire and North Wales; Henry Ashurst; and others Concerning certain accounts and as to rents and profits of certain messuages etc in Shoe Lane, London. [11]
132v Montgomery 1663, Feb 9 Attorney General (Sir Jeffery Palmer, knight and baronet) at the relation of Peircy Lord Powye; and Sir Phillipp Palmer Price, Sir Mathewe, baronet; Mathew Morgan esq; John Whittingham; John Mason; Edward Whittingham; and others Concerning divers encroachments of lands etc, and the usurpation of divers liberties and privileges within the manor and lordship of Redewen, Kerry, and Mountgomery. Dismissal of cause. [12]
172r Herts 1663, July 6 Attorney General (Sir Jeffery Palmer, knight and baronet) on behalf of the King and Francis Oxley Aberry, John; William Richardson; John Gosvell; and others Concerning the defendants' erecting or using several shambles standings and sheep pens on the King's waste within the manor and town of Hemes Hempsted. Dismissal of cause. [13]
116r Kent 1662, June 5 Attorney General (Sir Jeffery Palmer, knight and baronet) on behalf of the King and Sir Petter Balle knight attorney general for the Queen dowager on behalf of the said Queen and her trustees Provost and Scholars of Oriel College, Oxford; and Christopher Comporte, their lessee and farmer of the tithes in Eltham The cause is referred to Law. [14]
175r Staffs 1663, Nov 23 Attorney General at the relation of John Gifford gentleman Foxley, Samuel; William Cox; and Edward Torke Concerning a contract. An order that the defendants go without day. [15]
162r Som 1663, May 30 Attorney General at the relation of John Loscombe Chafey, James Concerning the personal estate of Samuel Napper coming to the hands of the defendant as sequestrator within the hundred of Tintenhull. [16]
25v Middx 1660, Nov 26 Attorney General at the relation of Richard Pight; Christopher Cropley esq; James Weldram; Thomas Loades; and Henry Ladyman Streete, Leonard; Richard Summers; William Marryott; and others Concerning certain fields called the Loystall Fields and the Liquor Pond or Liquor Barnfields in the parish of St Andrewes in Holborne and certain houses thereupon lately builty. [17]
96r Kent 1662, May 1 Attorney General on behalf of the King and Sir Peter Ball knight; Attorney General for the Queen Mother on behalf of the said Queen and her trustees Provost and Scholars of Oriel College, Oxford; and Christopher Comporte, their lessee and farmer of the tithes in Eltham An order as to hearing the cause. [18]
12v Durham 1660, July 17 Attorney General, late (Edmund Prideaux, esq); John Jackson, gentleman; John Hedworth, esq, an infant by the said John Jackson his guardian; Dame Dorothy Hedworth, widow Jones, Peter: Josiah Primate; John Read; Robert Conyers; Thomas Swinburne; William Wandsford; Edward Kempe; and John Palmer Concerning a re-extent of the lands of Sir John Hedworth knight upon a statute acknowledged to John Jones in trust for Thomas Jones and Roger Jones [19]
88r Durham 1662, Feb 6 Attorney General; John Jackson gentleman (now Sir John Jackson knight); John Hedworth esq an infant by the said Sir John Jackson his guardian and next friend; and Dame Dorothy Hedworth Jones, Peter; Josiah Primate; John Read; Robert Conyers; Thomas Swinburne; William Wandesford, Edward Kempe; and John Palmer. Concerning a matter of account. An order for a new trial at the Bar as to whether a certain sum was raised out of the profits of certain mines within and under the grounds of the manor of Harraton. [20]
110v Durham 1662, June 12 Attorney General; John Jackson gentleman (now Sir John Jackson knight); John Hedworth esq an infant by the said Sir John Jackson his guardian and next friend; and Dame Dorothy Hedworth Jones, Peter; Josiah Primate; John Read; Robert Conyers; Thomas Swinburne; William Wandesford, Edward Kempe; and John Palmer. Concerning matters of account. An order for a trial at law as to certain deeds. [21]
136r Durham 1663, Feb 5 Attorney General; Sir John Jackson, knight; and John Hedworth, esq, an infant by the said Sir John Jackson his guardian Primate, Josiah; and others An order as to a statute and extents thereupon and as to a deed of entail. [22]
133v Durham 1663, Feb 9 Attorney General; Sir John Jackson, knight; and John Hedworth, esq, an infant by the said Sir John Jackson his guardian Primate, Josiah; and others An order as to a bill of revivor. [23]
176v Durham 1664, Feb 8 Attorney General; Sir John Jackson; and others Primate, Josiah; and others An order as to hearing the cause etc. [24]
174v Som 1663, Nov 17 Avery, Benjamin, gentleman Markes, Samuel; and Stephen Jones An order as to dismissing the cause. [25]
81r Yorks 1661, Oct 28 Bailiffs and Burgesses of Scarborough Skelton, Jane; and William Skelton Concerning the defendants erecting a horse mill in Scarborough in prejudice of the plaintiffs' three ancient customary mills parcel of the manor of Falsgrave. An order as to a trial at law. [26]
24v London 1660, Nov 15 Baker, John, esq Dansy, John; and John Grange An order as to dismissing the cause [27]
166r Salop 1663, July 6 Baldwyn, Charles, esq Morris, Edward; and Richard Latchet An order that a decree made on 30 May last shall stand [28]
160r Salop 1663, May 30 Baldwyn, Charles, esq Morris, Edward; and Richard Latchet Concerning certain tithes in Diddlebury [29]
171r London 1663, June 25 Beard, Richard, & Lydia his wife Symonds, Richard, clerk An order as to an auditor's certificate and as to hearing the cause [30]
133v London/Middx 1663, Jan 26 Beard, Richard, & Lydia his wife Symonds, Richards Concerning an account of the estate of one Cuely Hartt to whom the defendant was executor. [31]
40r Yorks 1660, Nov 30 Bethell, Sir Hugh, knight Governors or Feoffees of the possessions etc of the Free Grammar School of the late King Edward VI, his foundation in Geggleswick (viz, Anthony Lister; William Bankes; William Carre; William Foster; Samuel Watson; Anthony Foster; Josias Dawson; and Hugh Slackhowse); and Edward Langdale; and John Brundson clerk Concerning land in Rise [32]
22r Yorks 1660, Nov 8 Blackborne, Gyles; and John Blackborne, owners and proprietors of the rectory of Marricke Myles, Robert, farmer of certain of the demesne lands in Marricke Concerning tithes in Marricke [33]
47v Yorks 1661, Jan 24 Blackborne, Gyles; and John Blackborne, owners and proprietors of the rectory of Marricke Myles, Robert, farmer of certain of the demesne lands in Marricke Concerning tithes in Marricke [34]
154v London 1663, May 21 Blackborowe, Peter, merchant Ridley, John Concerning a bond [35]
1r London 1660, July 5 Blackmore, William, clerk Ticknor, Thomas; Thomas Norman; Francis Walker; and others Concerning tithes in the parish of St Peter Cornhill, London [36]
68r Glouc 1661, June 27 Boeve, William; and Johanna Clerke Hardwicke, Easter; John Richbell; Richard Heyward; and Nicholas Whestone Concerning the Abbotts Wood in the Forest of Deane. [37]
74v Glouc 1661, Oct 28 Bove, William; and Johanna Clarke Hill, Richard; Thomas Brinkeworth; John Richeld; John Moning; Henry Barrett; Anthony Hitchins; William Vere; and William Rose Concerning the Abbotts Wood in the Forest of Deane. [38]
81r Herefs 1661, Nov 21 Bretton, Robert, clerk, rector and incumbent of Pembridge Carpenter, Arthur Concerning certain tithes in Pembridge [39]
57r Berks 1661, May 13 Brigham, Thomas, gentleman Stephens, Joel; John Johnson Concerning tithes of a certain close called the King's West Meade alias Brighams Meade in Battell. An order as to trial at Law. [40]
159r London 1663, July 2 Browne, Thomas; Samuel Browne; Alice Hall; and Thomas Hall Fussell, Nicholas Concerning a statute staple and divers bonds [41]
170v London 1663, July 2 Browne, Thomas; Samuel Browne; Alice Hall; and Thomas Hall Fussell, Nicholas Concerning a statute staple and several bonds [42]
84r London 1662, Feb 6 Buckworth, John Attorney General; and Simon Middleton An order as to hearing the cause. [43]
74v London 1661, Nov 18 Buckworth, John Middleton, Simon An order as to hearing the cause. [44]
45v Devon 1661, Feb 7 Burgis, John, clerk Dyamond, John Concerning tithes for the depasturing of unprofitable cattle on certain lands in the defendant's occupation in the parish of Aishprington. Dismissal of cause. [45]
176v Middx/Essex 1664, Feb 1 Campion, John (entered with Terry v. Conisby) Terry, Benjamin; Peter Gwillin; Rebecca Chase; and others [46]
84r Glouc 1662, Feb 3 Catchmay, Sir William Catchmay, Thomas An order as to a Commission to ascertain the value of certain tithes. [47]
102r Monmouth 1662, May 5 Catchmay, Sir William, knight Catchmay, , Citizen and Fishmonger of London Concerning the tithe of wood of certain coppices within the rectory of Llanthagoe [48]
168v Hants/Berks/ Wilts 1663, June 25 Chabenor, John, gentleman late farmer of the excise of beer and ale perry sider mead or metheglin in Hampshire and Berkshire and part of Wiltshire; William Barton, esq; and George Collingridge carpetner, sureties of the said late farmers Attorney General Concerning a debt charged upon the plaintiffs in the Great Roll of this court for arrears of the rent of the farm of the excise of beer and ale perry sider mead or metheglin in Hampshire and Berkshire and part of Wiltshire. [49]
96v Oxon 1662, May 5 Champneyes, Ann, widow, of Northmoore Martin, Henry, gentleman Concerning tithes in Northmoore. [50]
65v Som 1661, June 27 Chappell, Jasper, executor of William Chappell clerk deceased Gad, Thomas; John Southey; Thomas Burges; William Hooker; and Elianor Nestcott Concerning certain tithes etc in Kingstone. An order as to an arbitration. [51]
74v Som 1661, Oct 31 Chappell, Joseph Gad, Thomas; John Southey; Thomas Burges; William Hooker; and Elianor Nestcott An interlocutory order [52]
101r Middx 1662, Apr 17 Churchman, Sir John, knight Tunstall, Henry; Robert Tunstall; Richard Huerton; and Henry Dibble Concerning the setting up of a new ferry to the prejudice of a ferry over the Thames near Brentford called the King's Ferry or Kew Ferry [53]
99r Yorks 1662, May 5 Clapham, Christopher, then esq now knight Bateman, Roger; Barnard Smith; Leonard Tayler; and others Concerning tithes belonging to the rectory or parsonage of Aisgarth. An order as to a trial at Law. [54]
143r Yorks 1663, Feb 16 Clapham, Christopher, then esq now knight; and others Bateman, Roger; Barnard Smith; Leonard Tayler; and others Concerning tithes in the rectory of Aisgarth. Dismissal of cause. [55]
112v London 1662, June 2 Clendon, Thomas, clerk Oram, Richard; and others Concerning tithes in London. An order as to hearing the cause. [56]
97r Suff 1662, Apr 28 Clerke, John, an infant by Nicholas Gundrey gentleman his guardian Coleman, William; and others Concerning a house and lands in Foxall and Bucklesham and other property belonging to the plaintiff and now in the hands of the defendant Coleman his father in law [57]
92r Suff 1662, May 5 Clerke, John, an infant by Nicholas Gundrey gentleman his guardian Coleman, William; and others Concerning a house and lands in Foxall and Bucklesham and other property belonging to the plaintiff and now in the hands of the defendant Coleman his father in law [58]
57v Herts 1661, May 2 Cole, Dorothy, widow, late wife of Richard Cole esq deceased Ellis, John, esq; William Cole of Grays Inn, esq; and William Cole of Salisbury Park, esq Concerning an annuity issuing out of certain lands parcel of the manor of Lenborow alias Leathenborough in the parish of Buckingham. [59]
93r Som 1662, May 5 Cresson, Richard, clerk Farthing, Richard; John Caswell; John Bickam; Richard Dicks; John Stowell; and Thomas Westcott Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Kingstone with Cutherstone annexed. [60]
25v Som 1660, Dec 15 Crispe, William; and William Goffe Walker, Thomas; and Oliver Walker An order as to dismissing the cause [61]
99r London 1662, Apr 17 Croke, Sir Robert, knight, clerk of the pipe or engrosser of the great roll (And cross suit) Williamson, Francis, esq Concerning divers matters of account [62]
2v Oxon 1660, July 16 Day, William, clerk, vicar of Maple Durham Blownt, Walter, esq; and others Concerning tithes in Maple Durham. An order for a trial at the bar of this court as to a "mode of tithing" alleged by the defendants. [63]
2r Oxon 1660, July 5 Day, William, clerk, vicar of Maple Durham Blownt, Walter, esq; and others An order as to hearing the cause. [64]
109v Norf 1662, June 9 Dean and chapter of Norwich Collings, John, doctor of divinity Concerning a pension payable out of the vicarage of St Stephens in Norwich. [65]
67v Essex 1661, July 1 Devereux, Jonathan, clerk Radley, James; and others Concerning tithes etc due to the plaintiff as vicar of Canewdon [66]
56v Yorks 1661, May 20 Edmunds, Henry, gentleman Wood, John, an infant by William Croshaw gentleman and Richard Hellum his guardians An order as to dismissing the cause. Bill of revivor. [67]
64v Brecon 1661, July 1 Evan, Rees ap Bowen, John William; Howell Thomas; Richard William; and others Concerning suit to his Majesty's mill called Melyn Cray, whereof the plaintiff is farmer. [68]
48r Brecon 1661, Feb 11 Evan, Reez ap Bowen, John William; Howell Thomas; Richard William; and others Concerning suit and services due to the plaintiff's mill called Melyn Cray. An order for a trial at Law as to tolls payable at the said mill. [69]
24v Lancs 1660, Nov 8 Every, Sir Henry, baronet; and Sir John Curzon knight and baronet Caryll, lord viscount Mollineaux Concerning certain sums of money paid into the Duchy Court of Lancaster in discharge of certain arrears and money not accounted for charged upon Richard viscount Mollineaux late receiver general of the Duchy. [70]
89v Ches 1662, Feb 10 Falconer, John; John Newton; and John Barlowe Motershead, Adam Concerning suit to the plaintiffs' mills called Macclesfield alias Maxfield Mills [71]
171v Som 1663, June 22 Fane, William, doctor in divinity and rector of Huntspill Bonner, Henry Concerning the tithes of a certain ground called Hawkers Hams in the parish of Huntspill [72]
155r Som 1663, May 30 Fane, William, doctor in divinity and rector of Huntspill Bonner, Henry Concerning tithes for a ground called Hawkershams in the parish of Huntspill. [73]
2r Derbs 1660, July 16 Farmer, William, gentleman Henshaw, William An order as to hearing the cause. [74]
23r Derbs 1660, Nov 19 Farmer, William, gentleman Henshaw, William; and others Concerning certain tithes arising in Winshill in 1655 amd 1656. An order for a trial in the office of pleas of this court as to whether the lands of the defendant Henshaw are free from tithes as having been parcel of the possessions of the late dissolved monastery of Burton upon Trent. [75]
94v Derbs 1662, Apr 28 Farmer, William, gentleman Henshawe, William An interlocutory order [76]
136r Som/Wilts 1663, Feb 9 Field, Nathaniel, clerk Swetnam, Emanuel Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff out of certain mills called Stourton Mills and Swetnam Mills. [77]
25r Norf 1660, Nov 8 Fielder, John, esq; and John Fielder, gentleman Bradfield, Edward, gentleman Concerning a rent supposed to be payable out of the manor of Mundesley claimed by the plaintiffs as owners of the manor of Ginningham. Dismissal of cause. [78]
2v Derbs 1660, July 16 Fleetwood, Charles, esq, by the name of Charles Fleetwood, lord deputy of Ireland; and Edward Cooke, esq Poole, German, esq; George Poole; William Peat; and others Concerning intrusion of the defendants into the third part of certain wards parcel of the lordship, manor, and forest of Duffield Frith, viz, Belpar ward alias Bearepar ward, Chevin ward, and Holland ward alias Hollin ward, which third part was assigned to the late King Charles I on certain enclosures being made and was held buy te plaintiffs. [79]
47v Staffs 1661, Feb 4 Fletcher, Thomas Turnor, Thomas An interlocutory order as to an arbitration etc. [80]
154v Dorset 1663, May 30 Ford, David, clerk Game, William Concerning certain tithes in Heyden. Dismissal of cause. [81]
44r Berks 1661, Jan 31 Foster, Sir Humphrey, baronet; John Harrison esq; and Mary White, widow Bayles, Thomas, esq; Richard Pinfall; Annias Avery; Thomas Foster; and John Hoare An order as to dismissing the cause [82]
11r Devon 1660, Feb 6 Four Governors of the possessions of the Church of Ottery St Mary Carnell, Thomas Concerning certain tithes in Ottery St Mary. Dismissal of cause. [83]
58v Hants 1661, May 21 Francklin, John, clerk Pinden, John, Thomas Merriott; Anne Gudge; and Elizabeth Gibbons Concerning tithes in Swarraton. An order as to a trial at Law. [84]
74r Warw 1661, Nov 11 Fumey, Ralph Beanson, Henry, esq An order as to dismissing the cause [85]
75v Warw 1661, Nov 18 Fumey, Ralph Beanson, Henry, esq An order as to dismissing the cause. [86]
46v Lancs 1661, Feb 11 Gerard, Gilbert, esq, & Elizabeth his wife Askwith, Anne; and Michael Wilkins Concerning a bond. An order as to a trial at the Common Law. [87]
65r Yorks 1661, July 17 Gerrard, Gilbert, esq, & Elizabeth his wife Askwith, Anne; and Michael Wilkins Concerning a debt. Dismissal of cause. [88]
119v Yorks 1662, Nov 13 Gill, George, esq; and others Attorney General; and the Commissioners of Excise An order as to certain accounts. [89]
170r Yorks 1663, June 29 Gill, George, esq; and others Attorney General; and the Commissioners of Excise An order as to the bringing into court of a certain sum of money by the plaintiff. [90]
155v Yorks 1663, May 14 Gill, George, esq; and others Attorney General; and the Commissioners of Excise Concerning certain accounts [91]
155v Yorks 1663, May 7 Gill, George, esq; and others Attorney General; and the Commissioners of Excise An order as to hearing the cause etc. [92]
136v Yorks 1663, Feb 5 Gill, George, esq; and others Attorney General; Nathaniel Manton, esq; and others An order as to a certificate of the auditor of excise. [93]
134v Yorks 1663, Feb 19 Gill, George, esq; and others Attorney General; Nathaniel Manton, esq; and others, commissioners of excise An interlocutory order [94]
136v Yorks 1663, Jan 29 Gill, George, esq; and others Attorney General; Nathaniel Manton, esq; and others, commissioners of excise An interlocutory order [95]
171v Yorks 1663, July 6 Gill, George, merchant; Lawrence Parsons, esq; Thomas Dixon, clothier; Gilbert Gerrard; and John Hoxton, esq Attorney General; John Treton; Sir Thomas Alyn knight and baronet; William Puckle, esq, Nathaniel Manton, esq; Benjamin Goodwin, esq; Thomas Lenthall, esq; and Edward Wingate, esq An order as to dismissing the cause. [96]
25r Yorks 1660, Nov 19 Grahme, Reginald Barton, George, an infant, by Henry Lassells nominated by commission his guardian Concerning certain lands in Cawton parcel of the manor of Nunnington [97]
30r Yorks 1660, Nov 26 Grayhurne, Regnald Burton, George, an infant by Henry Lassells vocated by commission his guardian Concerning certain lands in Cawton parcel of the manor of Nunnington/Newington [98]
46r Yorks 1661, Feb 7 Greene, Richard, yeoman Robinson, Thomas; and Thomas Wood Concerning infringement of the rights of the plaintiff's mill at Liversedge. Dismissal of cause. [99]
112v Kent 1662, June 12 Gundrey, Thomas, esq, chief secondary in the office of the Lord Treasurer remembrancer of this court Moyse, Erasmus, esq Concerning writings and moneys belonging to the estate of Thomas Clarke deceased. Dismissal of cause. [100]
113r Glouc 1662, June 12 Gwellim, Petter, clerk, parson of Slimbridge Frape, Joseph; and Stephen Symonds Concerning tithes due to the plaintiff as parson of Slimbridge. [101]
78v Essex 1661, Oct 30 Gwilliam, Peter; Anne Such; Richard Hall; Rebecca Chase; Alice Grove; and John Robinson Rowell, John; Giles Rowell; Edward Rowell; Thomas Ryland; Benjamin Howe; and Robert Campion Concerning several debts due to the plaintiffs from one George Rowell yeoman deceased who died seized of divers possessions in Much Parnedon, Essex, and St John Street, Middx, and elsewhere [102]
86r Glouc 1662, Feb 10 Gwillim, Peter, clerk, parson of Slimbridge Frape, Joseph Concerning tithes due to the plaintiff as parson of Slimbridge. An order as to an arbitration. [103]
114v Glouc 1662, June 12 Gwillim, Peter, clerk, parson of Slimbridge Frape, Joseph Concerning tithes due to the plaintiff as parson of Slimbridge. [104]
86r Glouc 1662, Feb 10 Gwillim, Peter, clerk, parson of Slimbridge Frape, Joseph; and Stephen Symonds Concerning tithes due to the plaintiff as parson of Slimbridge. An order as to an arbitration. [105]
116r Glouc 1662, June 12 Gwillim, Peter, clerk, parson of Slimbridge Frape, Joseph; and Stephen Symonds Concerning tithes in Slimbridge [106]
174r Ches 1663, Dec 2 Hadfield, Nathaniel France, James; and Richard Hartly Concerning a matter of account and a bond. Interlocutory order. [107]
143r Hants 1663, Feb 18 Hastings, Joane, widow Goldwyer, Edward; William Bursey; Thomas Lane; and William Spelt Concerning tithes belonging to the plaintiff as owner of the rectory and impropriate parsonage church and chapelry of Milton, parcel of the late dissolved priory of Christ Church, Twineham. An order as to a trial in the office of pleas of this court. [108]
1v Yorks 1660, July 12 Hatfield, Jervas; Joseph Humes; and others Nevile, Francis, esq; and Sandford Nevile his son and heir apparent An order as to hearing the cause. [109]
79v Yorks 1661, Oct 31 Hauseman, Phillipp; and William Fareby Vause, Richard; and others Concerning tithes in Sutton in Galtres [110]
137r Hants 1663, Feb 9 Hayes, John, cleerk Cox, John Concerning the tithe of lambs in Nether Wallopp. An order as to a trial at Law. [111]
154r Hants 1663, May 30 Hayse, John, clerk Cox, John Concerning the tithe of lambs in Nether Wallopp. An order as to a new trial at Law. [112]
162v Hants 1663, May 30 Hayse, John, clerk Cox, John Concerning tithe of lambs in Nether Wallopp. An order as to a new trial at Law. [113]
174v Hants 1663, Nov 12 Hayse, John, clerk Cox, John An order as to hearing the cause and as to a new trial [114]
157r Yorks 1663, May 11 Henry Howard esq, second son of Henry, earl of Arundell and Surrey Dickenson, Ellen, widow; and Thomas Owen Concerning suit to the plaintiff's mills at Rotheram. [115]
114r Norf 1662, June 12 Henson, John, clerk, vicar of Terrington St John Pratt, Richard, gentleman Concerning tithes in Terrington St John. Dismissal of cause. [116]
46r London 1661, Jan 31 Hicks, Sir William, baronet Attorney Genral of the pretended Lord Protector; Sir William Cooper knight and baronet; and James Cooper esq, son of the said Sir William Cooper Concerning certain money transactions and as to a bond. [117]
135r Staffs 1663, Jan 26 Hill, Edward, gentleman Worsey, John; Solomon Grosvenor; and Dorcas Rogerson Concerning a messuage and certain lands in Hillton and Essington [118]
155r Staffs 1663, May 18 Hill, Edward, gentleman Worsey, John; Solomon Grosvenor; and Dorcas Rogerson Concerning certain lands in Essington. Dismissal of cause. [119]
115v Lincs 1662, June 16 Hinchliffe, Tristram, clerk Lodington, Susanna, widow Concerning tithes in Fulbooke. [120]
15r Warw 1660, July 18 Holbech, Edward; and Amillian Holbech Taylor, Winifred, widow Concerning a payment due for herbage from the defendant to the plaintiffs in right of the rectory and parsonage impropriate of Filongley [121]
102v Warw 1662, May 5 Hopkins, Edward, of Norton Curlewe, yeoman Woodward, John Concerning tithes in Norton Curlew. [122]
88r Lancs 1662, Feb 6 Hotham, Charles, clerk, rector of Wigan Leigh, Humphrey, & Alice his wife; Charles Leigh; Elizabeth Leigh; Katherine Leigh; and Margery Leigh Concerning an enclosed place in the parish church of Wigan. Dismissal of cause. [123]
87r Lancs 1662, Feb 6 Hotham, Charles, clerk, rector of Wigan Rigby, Joseph; Alexander Rigby; and Gabriel Rigby Concerning an enclosed place at the east end of the middle aisle of the parish church of Wigan called the Quire or Old Chancel claimed to belong to the rector of the said church. Dismissal of cause. [124]
132r Yorks 1663, Feb 9 Howard, Henry, second son of Henry, earl of Arundell and Surrey Dickenson, Ellen, widow; and Thomas Owen Concerning suit to the plaintiff's mills at Rotheram. [125]
137r Yorks 1663, Jan 26 Howard, Henry, second son of Henry, earl of Arundell and Surrey Dickenson, Ellen, widow; and Thomas Owen An order as to hearing the cause. [126]
38r Glamorgan 1660, Nov 30 Hylliard, Thomas, clerk Cradock, Richard; Watkins Cradock; ___ Jenkin; and others Concerning tithes in Newton Nottage [127]
138v Som 1663, Feb 16 Isaack, Amos, gentleman Chamberlaine, Daniel; Peter King; John Wansey; John Reddish; Petter Daniel; Thomas Daniel; and Richard Sudden Concerning the payment of tithes renewing within the Forests of Breweham, Roche, and Froome Seldwood without parishes. An order as to a trial in the office of pleas of this court. [128]
168r Yorks 1663, July 6 James, Duke of York Aldered alias Alured, John, esq Concerning the possessions of one John Aldred alias Alured the defendant's father a person attainted of treason, viz, the manors of Sculcoates and Twyer and lands in Preston, Sutton, Headon, Swine, and Stone ferry. Dismissal of cause. [129]
26v Surrey 1660, Nov 16 Jennings, Nicholas; and Robert Corff, farmers of the impropriate rectory of Frensham Christmas, Thomas Concerning tithes in Frensham. An order for a trial at the Common Law as to small tithes arising out of a farm called Dockingfield Place. [130]
1r Derbs 1660, July 2 John, earl of Rutland Wright, Thomas; George Millnes; and others Concerning the customary duty of tithe of all lead ore got by the defendants in Youlgrave dressed, washed, and cleansed at the miners' expense. [131]
7v Derbs 1660, July 9 John, earl of Rutland Wright, Thomas; George Millnes; William Senior; Anthony Reynes; Richard Hawley; and Anthony Hawley Concerning the customary duty of tithe of all lead ore got by the defendants in Youlgrave dressed, washed, and cleansed at the miners' expense. [132]
56v Ches 1661, May 6 Johnson, Francis, clerk Beninson, William; George Hurst; and other An interlocutory order. [133]
65r Ches 1661, July 1 Johnson, Francis, clerk, administrator of Thomas Johnson clerk his late father deceased Beninson, William; George Hurst; and other An order as to an arbitration [134]
84r Derbs 1662, Feb 6 Kelsall, John Moreton, Michael; and others An order as to hearing the cause. [135]
84v Derbs 1662, Feb 10 Kelsall, John, clerk Moreton, Michael; Stephen French; John Ray; and others Concerning the tithe of lead ore in the parish of Hathersedge claimed by the plaintiff claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of the said parish. An order as to a trial at the Bar of this court. [136]
73v Kent 1661, Oct 24 Kempe, Edward, farmer of the impropriate rectory of Wye Smith, Mary, widow; and William Smith Concerning tithes in Wye [137]
37r Devon 1660, Dec 1 Kempster, John, clerk, vicar of Brixham Start, Thomas; Emmanuel Lawrence; and Nicholas Agar Concerning tithes for fish in Brixham, the custom being to pay every twelfth fish. [138]
172r Glouc 1663, July 6 Kennington, Thomas, the younger Mathewes, Richard, the elder and the younger, executors of Gabriel Mathewes deceased Concerning a bond. An order as to a trial at Law [139]
15r Kent 1660, July 18 Lambe, Thomas, clerk Stoneham, Christoph; and David Boulgar Concerning tithes of fruit claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Raynam. [140]
86v London 1662, Feb 6 Langham, John, esq, now Sir John Langham baronet farmer of the appropriate rectory of St Helen in the City of London Lawrence, Sir John, knight; William Barker; John Chalkey; and others, parishioners of the said parish Concerning a certain "great ancient" leigeir booke, Register, or Vestry Booke belonging to the parish of St Helen, London. Dismissal of cause. [141]
26r London 1660, Dec 6 Langham, John, esq, now Sir John Langham baronet farmer of the appropriate rectory of St Helen in the City of London Spurstow, Henry; Edward Drayton; Nicholas Barren; and others Concerning tithes in the parish of St Helen in the City of London. An order as to a trial at the Bar of this court. [142]
39r London 1660, Apr 21 Langham, John, esq, now Sir John Langham baronet farmer of the appropriate rectory of St Helen in the City of London Spurstow, Henry; Edward Drayton; Nicholas Warren; and others Concerning tithes in the parish of St Helen in the City of London. An order as to a trial at the Bar of this court. [143]
110v Sussex 1662, June 23 Layinge, John, clerk Hargood, Andrew Concerning tithes due to the plaintiff as rector of West Thorney [144]
81v Herts 1661, Nov 4 Ledsam, Richard, gentleman Pescodd, Elizabeth, widow; and Robert Reynolds Concerning a customary tenement in Cheshunt. [145]
65v Devon 1661, July 1 Leigh, William, esq Symes, James, gentleman Concerning a certain sum paid for the rent of the rectory of Backland Brewer. [146]
160v Denbigh 1663, May 21 Lloyd, Richard, of Segrept, gentleman; Henry Parry of Twysog esq executor of John Parry late of Twysog esq; and William Lloyd of Penporchell, gentleman son and heir of Thomas Lloyd late of Lansannran gentleman also deceased Davies, William, gentleman, eldest son of Raphaell Davies deceased and administrator of the said Raphael Concerning certain bonds entered into by one Hugh Lloyd deceased, Bill of Revivor. [147]
44r Sussex 1661, Feb 7 Lulham, William Batie, John; and Nicholas Purton An order as to dismissing the cause [148]
44r Sussex 1661, Jan 31 Lulham, William Newington, Thomas An order as to dismissing the cause [149]
85v Ches 1662, Feb 19 Lyne, Anne, widow, in forma pauperis Venables, George, esq; and Thomas Stanton An interlocutory order. [150]
65v Middx 1661, June 20 Mann, Elizabeth, widow Judd, William; John Digwood, & Ursula his wife An order as to dismissing the cause [151]
46v London/Lancs 1661, Jan 28 Massey, Robert; Thomas Patten; and Richard Wilcockson Browne, Thomas; and John Nicholas Concerning certain dealings in wheat and maslyn [152]
27v Yorks 1660, Dec 1 Master, Fellows, and Scholars of Trinity College, Cambridge; Edward Trott; Thomas Muryall; James Burton; Richard Atkinson; and James Tomson Wyn, Reynold; John Burton; Thomas Midleton; Thomas Mason; Thomas Sedgewicke; William Thistlethwaite; and Edmond Dawson Concerning tithes belonging to the rectory impropriate of Sedbergh parcel of the possessions of the late priory of Coverham and granted by King Henry VIII to Trinity College, Cambridge. A deed dated AD 1505 is recited relating to tithes in Dent. [153]
49r Oxon 1661, Jan 31 Mathews, William, & Anne his wife, daughter and sole heir of John Bartholomew and Susan his wife deceased Bartholomew alias Martyn, John An order as to dismissing the cause [154]
98r Exeter City/Devon 1662, May 5 Mayor, Bailiffs, and Commonalty of Exeter Wade, Jonathan Concerning several sums of money due to the plaintiffs under the name of Petty Customs for several goods brought into the port of Exeter. An order as to a trial at Law. [155]
77r Exeter City 1661, Nov 25 Mayor, Bailiffs, and Commonalty of Exeter Wade, Jonathan, merchant Concerning several sums due to the plaintiffs under the name of petty customs or of town customs for several goods brought into the port of Exeter. An order as to a trial at Law. [156]
140v Exeter City/Devon 1663, Feb 9 Mayor, Bailiffs, and Commonalty of Exeter Wade, Jonathan, merchant Concerning sums of money due to the plaintiffs under the name of Petty Customs for divers goods imported into Exeter. [157]
73r Surrey 1661, Oct 31 Mennell, William Wymondsold, William; John Dawes; Robert Lewes; Edward Rogers; John Oughton; Hugh Hobard; John Simpson; and Henry Portman, all inhabitants of Putney. Concerning a contract as to repairing the common street or highway in Putney. [158]
132v Middx 1663, Feb 5 Mildmay, Henry, esq Rynes, Benne, doctor in divinity, dean of ; Thomas Brome; Ralph Briddock; and ___ Brough, doctors in divinity, canons of Windsor Concerning a lease of the rectory of Isleworth and Twickenham. [159]
161v Herefs 1663, May 18 Morgan, Anthony Conningsby, FitzWilliam; Nicholas Acton; Elizabeth Eaton; John Wotton; William Wotten; Richard Wotton; and Thomas Wotten Concerning the arrears of an annuity issuing out of the rectory, glebe, and tithes of Marden due to the plaintiff as administrator to Robart Acton. [160]
162v Herefs 1663, May 11 Morgan, Anthony, esq Wootton, John; and others An order as to hearing the cause. [161]
57v Brecon 1661, May 20 Morgan, Blanch Lewis, William; David Thomas; David Howard; and others An order as to dismissing the cause. [162]
134r London 1663, Feb 16 Morice, Thomas, esq, & Anne his wife Turner, Sir William, knight; William Anthrobus; Gregory Walkely; Miles Brigges; Simeon Rogers; Robart Chelcott; and Gregory Hardwick Concerning tithes within the rectory of St Gregory's, London. An order as to actions to be brought in the office of pleas of this court. [163]
114r Lincs 1662, June 2 Nevill, Henry, esq Hitchins, Dorothy, widow, the relict of Joseph Hitchins; and others Concerning an extent upon an outlawry prosecuted against the plaintiff upon a bond. Bill of Revivor. Interlocutory order [164]
108r Cumber 1662, June 16 Nicholson, Richard; John Bateman; William Muscroppe; and others, customary tenants of the manor of Calder on behalf of themselves and the rest of the customary tenants of the said manor Curwen, Sir Partricius, knight and baronet; Eldred Curwen, esq; William Pennington; John Sherwen; and William Fleming Concerning fines and customs in the manor of Calder [165]
58v Bucks 1661, May 9 On behalf of Sir Arthur Annesley baronet; Earl of Anglesey; Lord Mountmorrie; and Viscount Valencia Concerning a rent charge issuing out of the manor of Mewport Pagnel payable to William Stafford and his heirs etc in right of the manor of Middleton Keynes. [166]
48r Middx 1661, Feb 11 On behalf of William Holgate gentleman in right of his wife Concerning certain writings delivered into the late court of Wards and Liveries by one Mr Beadle. [167]
52r Surrey/London 1661, Feb 11 Onslowe, Sir Richard, knight; and Arthur Onslowe, esq Attorney General (Palmer, Sir Jeffrey, knight and baronet) Concerning a debt from the plaintiffs to one John Hewson of London cordwainer who was attainted of high treason. [168]
143v Pembroke 1663, Feb 9 Owen, Arthur, esq Rutland, William; and Thomas Nourse, gentleman Concerning a debt for which the plaintiff was security. Arrangements for a settlement on an intended marriage between one Thomas Langhorne son and heir apparent of Rowland Langhorne of St Brides, Pembroke, and one Elizabeth Rutland daughter of the defendant William Rutland are mentioned. [169]
136v Lincs 1663, Feb 9 Page, Abraham, clerk, rector of Folkingham Browne, John, Esq Concerning certain tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Folkingham. An order as to a trial at Law. [170]
154r Lincs 1663, May 30 Page, Abraham, clerk, rector of Folkingham Browne, John, Esq Concerning certain tithes in Folkingham [171]
167v Lincs 1663, June 3 Page, Abraham, clerk, rector of Folkingham in Laughton Browne, John, Esq Concerning certain tithes in Folkingham in Laughton [172]
66r Suff 1661, July 6 Palmer, Sir Geoffrey, knight and baronet Base, John Concerning the receipt of several sums of money by the defendant as one of the commissiners for sequestration for Suffolk. An order that the defendant go without day. [173]
66r Yorks 1661, June 27 Palmer, Sir Jeffery, knight and baronet, attorney general to the King on behalf of his Majesty and by the relation of Edward Swinfen Hungate, Sir Francis, baronet An interlocutory order [174]
31v London 1660, Nov 15 Palmer, Sir Jeffery, knight and baronet, attorney general to the King on behalf of his Majesty and Sir Sir Peter Ball knight, attorney general to Henrietta Maria the queen on behalf of her Majesty Lord Finch; Dame Mary Hatton, widow; John Fountayne, Serjeant at Law; Henry Wynne, esq; and John Cole esq, executors of Sir Thomas Hatton, knight, deceased Concerning the castle and manor of Knaresburge and other lands etc in Yorkshire, the manor of Oatelanes, the manor of Killingworth, the manor of Havering-at-Bower, the manor of Bewdley, Worcs, and divers otehre possessions held in trust for the Queen. [175]
12r Lancs 1660, July12 Parker, Robert, esq Townley, Nicholas, esq; and others Concerning certain limestones gathered in the Scarre banks and other places in Burneley and Colne [176]
24r Lancs 1660, Oct 25 Parker, Robert, esq Townley, Nicholas, esq; and others Concerning certain limestones gathered in the Scarre banks and other places in Burneley and Colne. Dismissal of cause. [177]
165r Lancs 1663, July 9 Parkinson, John; and divers others tenants of the manor or lordship of Letherwyrsdale Charles, lord Gerrard of Gerrads Bromley; Elianor, viscountess Killmorrey; Richard Rathmell; and others Concerning the confirmation and performance of a deed of covenants and agreements dated 2 Oct, 37 Elizabeth: as to the manor or lordship of Letherwyrsdale. [178]
176v Glouc 1664, Feb 11 Parslowe, Thomas Parslowe, Anne; Daniel Parslowe; John Driver; and Francis Pound Concerning divers lands etc in Cam. Dismissal of cause. [179]
44r Kent 1661, Jan 24 Pears, William Carr, John An order as to hearing the cause. [180]
56r Kent 1661, May 6 Pearse, William Carre, John An interlocutory order as to hearing the cause etc. [181]
137r Lincs 1663, Feb 16 Pearson, Richard, doctor in divinity Stanhope, Thomas, gentleman, one of the executors of Dame Mary Stanhope deceased Concerning certain tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector and incumbent of Epworth [182]
6r Lancs 1660, July 16 Perkinson, Isabell, widow Parkinson, Francis, widow Concerning a claim of dower made by the defendant out of the estate of her late husband Robert Parkinson deceased, the plaintiff's late father in law, viz, lands in Fairesnap, Bleasdale, Blindhurst, and elsewhere and a tenement in Heysham, the said defendant having received the said tenement in Heysham in lieu of her dower. [183]
102r Berks 1662, Apr 31 Phillipps, John, esq one of the auditors of this court Fenwicke, John, esq; Dame Mary Rogers his wife; and others An order as to a trial at Law [184]
170v Salop/London 1663, July 6 Pierce, Edmund; and Robert Foley Attorney General; and Sir Martin Noell, knight An order as to dismissing the cause [185]
167r Salop/London 1663, June 29 Pierce, Edmund; and Robert Foley Attorney General; and Sir Martin Noell, knight Concerning rent due for the farm of excise of iron. [186]
11v Som 1660, July 18 Pigott, Edward, clerk Lovell, John, the younger Concerning small and minute tithes detained from the plaintiff as vicar of East Brent. Dismissal of cause. [187]
27r London 1660, Nov 8 Ploughman, Richard; and Thomas Ploughman an infant by the said Richard his brother and next friend Freebury, Aaron, executor of Roger Freebury his late father deceased Concerning several moneys deposited in the hands of one Roger Freebury in trust for the plaintiffs , out of which moneys the said Freebury took a lease of certain houses in Red Lyon Alley near Cow Crosse in the parish of St Sepulchres, London, of the Company of Barbers, Surgeons London; and part of which moneys he disposed of in other ways. [188]
23v Lincs 1660, Nov 30 Porter, George, the elder; Richard, viscount Lumley; Sir William Russell; Edward Cooke; Olive Porter; Geroge Porter the younger by George Porter the elder his guardian; Thomas Atkinson; and Robert Empson Maddison, Edward; Richard Garner; and John Walmesley Concerning the staying of suits at Law and quieting the plaintiffs' possessions of and in the marshes called North and South Somercoates Marshes. The cause is referred to arbitration. [189]
176r Carmarthen 1664, Feb 14 Price, Owen, esq Traunter, Johan, administratrix of Howell Trawnter, deceased; and Robert Symonds Concerning a bond for performance of the covenants expressed in an assignment of a lease of the rectory of Mothvey. An order as to a trial at Law. [190]
76v Worcs/elsewhere 1661, Nov 21 Prideaux, Edmund, esq, the late pretended attorney general, at the relation of William Thackwell Morley, William; Floris Clarke; Henry Henimy; Richard Magstaffe; and Thomas Gatfield Concerning the third part of the forest or chase of Malverne allotted to the Crown at the disafforestation of the said Forest. [191]
35r Radnor 1660, Nov 26 Probert, Henry, esq Whitney, William Concerning the possession of a mill and certain rights of way etc in Painscastle [192]
65r Herts 1661, July 1 Pyott, John, esq Geary, John Concerning tithes in Tringe. An order as to a trial at law. [193]
64v Herts 1661, June 17 Pyott, John, esq Geary, John, the younger An interlocutory order [194]
100r Herts 1662, Apr 21 Pyott, John, esq, farmer of the impropriate rectory of Tringe Geary, John, the younger Concerning tithes in Tringe. [195]
95r Middx/Herts 1662, May 1 Quaterman, William, doctor in physic Daythe, Henry, churchwarden of Watford; the churchwardens of St Martins in the Fields; and others An order as to a case to be agreed upon etc. [196]
57r Corn 1661, May 13 Raseley, Jonathan, esq Davyes, Lawrence An interlocutory order [197]
9v Corn 1660, July 5 Rashley, Jonathan, esq, proprietor of tithes in the parish of Trewardreth Davyes, Lawrence Concerning the tithes of pilchards and hook fish taken at sea and landed in the parish of Trewardreth. An order as to a trial at the Common Law. [198]
74v Corn 1661, Nov 4 Rashleygh, Jonathan, esq Davyes, Lawrence An interlocutory order [199]
80r Corn 1661, Nov 18 Rashleygh, Jonathan, esq, owner and proprietor of all tithes in Trewardreth Davyes, Lawrence Concerning the tithes of pilchards and hook fish taken at sea and landed in the parish of Trewardreth. An order as to a trial at the Common Law. [200]
114v Middx 1662, June 12 Reynolds, Sir Thomas; and others Coppyn, Osmond; and others An interlocutory order [201]
113r Middx 1662, June 16 Reynolds, Sir Thomas; and others Coppyn, Osmond; and others An interlocutory order. [202]
114r Middx 1662, June 5 Reynolds, Sir Thomas; and others Coppyn, Osmond; and others An order as to certain ancient books etc. [203]
142v Hants 1663, Jan 26 Rosse, Katherine, widow Bowreman, Thomas An order as to hearing the cause. [204]
66r Devon 1661, June 17 Roswell, Sir Henry, knight; Sir John Younge knight; William Frye esq; John Drake esq; and Dame Ellen Drake, widow Gibbs, John Concerning certain tithes of certain lands called Studhayes in Axminster. [205]
89v Glouc 1662, Feb 19 Savage, Thomas, esq Farmer, Henry, esq Concerning the arrears of a certain yearly rent alleged to be due and payable to the plaintiff out of the manor of Childeswickam. An order as to a trial at Law. [206]
135r Glouc 1663, Jan 23 Savage, Thomas, esq Farmer, Henry, esq Concerning a certain yearly rent payable to the plaintiff out of the manor of Childes Wickham [207]
142v Glouc 1663, Jan 29 Savage, Thomas, esq Farmer, Henry, esq Concerning a yearly rent payable out of the manor of Childes Wickham [208]
77v Lancs 1661, Dec 4 Sawrey, Roger, gentleman Baynes, John, esq; and the Attorney General Concerning a bond for payment of a certain sum to his Majesty's use. [209]
177v Northt 1664, Feb 9 Sawyer, Edmund, esq; and Sarah Sawyer widow Lynnell, Henry; and others Concerning suit to the plaintiffs' mills at Kettering. [210]
23v Lancs 1660, Nov 8 Sawyer, George, esq Haughton, William, clerk; Thomas Lees; Andrew Robinson; James Robinson; and Robert Robinson Concerning divers lands in the parish of Manchester at or near Fluckersbrooke. Dismissal of cause. [211]
56r Norf 1661, May 13 Seignior, George Audley, Hugh, esq; and others An order as to hearing the cause. [212]
56v Norf 1661, May 16 Seignior, George Audley, Hugh, esq; and others An order as to hearing the cause. [213]
76r Oxon 1661, Nov 21 Selfe, George, clerk, vicar of Shipton Lambert, Robert Concerning a certain customary payment out of a farm called Parretts farm in Wylton in the parish of Shipton claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Shipton [214]
172v Corn 1663, June 22 Seymour, Henry, esq, & Elizabeth his wife, only daughter and heir of Sir Joseph Killigrew knight deceased Nosworthy, Edward, esq; John Davies, & Jane his wife An order for a trial at Law as to a will of Sir Henry Killigrew knight deceased dated 12 Nov 1644. [215]
16r Som 1660, July 18 Sherston, Arthur, son and heir of Arthur Sherston deceased; and Thomas Sherston, son and heir and administrator of William Sherston deceased who was executor of the said Arthur Sherston the father Attorney General; John Winchcombe esdq; William Clayton; Robert Gorden; Lord Kenmore, & Dame Martha his wife Concerning a statute for securing the payment of several yearly rents reserved upon a lease of the site and demesnes of Weston and of the common and ewe pasture there, which statute was seized into the hands of the late Protector. Bill of Revivor. [216]
39r Som 1660, July 20 Sherston, Arthur, son and heir of Arthur Sherston deceased; and Thomas Sherston, son and heir and administrator of William Sherston deceased who was executor of the said Arthur Sherston the father Attorney General; John Winchcombe esdq; William Clayton; Robert Gorden; Lord Kenmore, & Dame Martha his wife Concerning a statute for securing the payment of several yearly rents reserved upon a lease of the site and demesnes of Weston and of the common and ewe pasture there, which statute was seized into the hands of the late Protector. Bill of Revivor. [217]
49r Som 1661, Feb 16 Sherston, Arthur, son and heir of Arthur Sherston deceased; and Thomas Sherston, son and heir and administrator of William Sherston deceased who was executor of the said Arthur Sherston the father Attorney General; John Winchcombe esdq; William Clayton; Robert Gorden; Lord Kenmore, & Dame Martha his wife Concerning a statute for securing the payment of several yearly rents reserved upon a lease of the site and demesnes of Weston and of the common and ewe pasture there, which statute was seized into the hands of the late Protector. Bill of Revivor. [218]
155v Oxon 1663, May 18 Shortgrave, William Wilkins, Timothy An order as to hearing the cause [219]
22v Coventry City 1660, Nov 26 Simonds, William Lapworth, Edward; George Lapworth; and Humphrey Lapworth Concerning a bond for payment of a certain sum to the use of the poor of the parish of Sowe and as to a certain debt due to the plaintiff from one Alexander Lapworth. [220]
76v Yorks 1661, Nov 25 Simpson, Henry, gentleman Attorney General; and Robert Scott An interlocutory order [221]
98v Yorks 1662, May 5 Simpson, Henry, gentleman Scott, Robert, merchant Concerning a matter of account. Interlocutory order. [222]
137r Glouc 1663, Feb 16 Slaughter, Edward; and Henry Harvey, gentleman Carnall, Henry Concerning tithes of two closes of land within the hamlet of Coates in the parish of Winchcombe. Dismissal of cause to the Common Law. [223]
165v Northt 1663, July 2 Smith, Robart, clerk, vicar of Wilbarston Case, Griffin; Thomas Judd; Edward Judd; Arthur Case; Humphrey Sheppard; Thomas Gorstlon; William Nicholls; Thomas Owlnwick; and William Knaresbrough Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Wilbarston for certain land in Pipwell. An order as to a trial at Law. [224]
174v Exchequer Chamber 1663, Nov 16 Smith, Symon, the younger Owfield, Dame Katherine Concerning certain legacies. Interlocutory order. [225]
134v Notts 1663, Feb 16 Spicer, John, gentleman, & Elizabeth his wife Bracknell, Mathewe, & Alice his wife; Luke Martin; Edward Lees; John Warrener; and Thomas Wilkinson Concerning certain lands late of John Leeson late of Calverton deceased. Dismissal of cause. [226]
95v Northt 1662, May 1 Standish, Edward, esq, son and heir of Ralph Standish; and others Haughton, Richard; and others Concerning a lease of the manor of Wolfage and other lands. An order as to a trial at Law. [227]
115r Northt 1662, June 23 Standish, Edward, esq, son and heir of Ralph Standish; and others Houghton, Edmund, son of Richard Houghton; and others An order for restoring the plaintiff Edward Standish esq, to the possession of certain lands etc in question [228]
116v Northt 1662, June 16 Standish, Edward, esq, son and heir of Ralph Standish; and others Houghton, Richard; Edmund Houghton son of the said Richard Houghton; and others Concerning a lease of the manor of Wolfage and other lands in the nature of a mortgage. [229]
139r Northt 1663, Jan 26 Standish, Edward, esq, son and heir of Ralph Standish; and others Houghton, Richard; Edmund Houghton son of the said Richard Houghton; and others Concerning a lease of the manor of Woolfage and other lands in the nature of a mortgage. [230]
64r Middx 1661, June 23 Stephens, Joseph, merchant Kinge, Robert, & Joyce his wife; and Thomas Acton Concerning a bond for the performance of certain articles of agreement as to the hire of a wine cellar and certain drinking rooms in a certain house at Wapping Dock called The Bull. [231]
94r Som 1662, Apr 28 Stephenson, James, clerk Flint, James An interlocutory order. [232]
96v Som 1662, May 5 Stephenson, James, clerk Flint, James An order as to hearing the cause and as to costs [233]
116v Som 1662, June 16 Stephenson, James, clerk, vicar of Martock Flint, James, of "Longe Loade" yeoman Concerning tithes due to to the plaintiff as vicar of Martock. [234]
36r Middx 1660, Nov 15 Stone, John, esq, one of the tellers of the receipt of this court Dawkins, Phillipp Concerning a note of receipt given to one William Penn [235]
24r Middx 1660, Nov 8 Stone, John, esq, one of the tellers of this court Dawkins, Phillipp Concerning a note of receipt given to one Penn [236]
162r Som 1663, May 21 Strode, William, the younger, esq Coles, John; William Weathers; and John Sheappard Concerning tithes due to the plaintiff as rector of St John Baptist in Glaston with the chapels of St Benings in Glaston and West Pennard and West Bradley annexed. [237]
132v Middx 1663, Feb 9 Symonds, John Ward, Edward Concerning a matter of account. The cause is dismissed to Law. [238]
56v Yorks 1661, May 16 Sympson, Henry Attorney General; and Robert Scott An interlocutory order [239]
56r Yorks 1661, May 9 Sympson, Henry, gentleman Scott, Robert, merchant; and the Attorney General Concerning a bond. Interlocutory order. [240]
176v Middx/Essex 1664, Feb 1 Terry, Benjamin (entered with Campion v. Terry) Conisby, Sir Harry; and John Campion Concerning four tenements in St John Street formerly mortgaged by one George Rowell to Sir Harry Conisby and certain possessions in Much Pardon, essex, formerly mortgaged by the said Rowell to Robert Campion, all which premises it is desired to have conveyed to the creditors of the said Rowell. Interlocutory order. [241]
111v Northt 1662, June 16 Thompson, John, clerk Gray, Thomas Concerning certain customary payments and tithes due to the plaintiff as vicar of Preston Capes [242]
113r Kingston upon Hull 1662, June 16 Thompton, William, esq Milner, Mary, widow; Josias Hewett; Frances Robinson, widow; Isabell Gossipp, widow; Phillipp Ford; and Michael Almond Concerning several houses and lands in Kingston upon Hull heretofore the lands etc of Thomas Wright deceased. Dismissal of cause. [243]
16v Northt 1660, July 12 Tighe, John, esq, son and heir of John Tighe esq, deceased Bird, John, gentleman Concerning divers lands claimed by the plaintiff as Lord of the Manor of Torpell. [244]
25v Lincs 1660, Nov 22 Tirwhitt, Sir Phillipp, baronet Newdigate, Richard, serjeant at law An interlocutory order [245]
45r Lincs 1661, Jan 24 Tirwhitt, Sir Phillipp, baronet Newdigate, Richard, serjeant at law An interlocutory order [246]
64v Lincs 1661, June 20 Tirwhitt, Sir Phillipp, baronet Newdigate, Richard, serjeant at law; and James De best An interlocutory order [247]
74v Lancs 1661, Nov 7 Trafford, Sir Cecil, knight; Thomas Lacey; Edmond Dittons, and John Barlowe Layoe, Waldive, esq, & Dororthy his wife; Richard Haworth; and Ralph Worseley Concerning two parts of the estate of Sir Cecil Trafford knight a recusant and as to a deed of covenant [248]
68r Norf 1661, June 27 Tuthill, John, gentleman, one of the sworn clerks in the office of the treasurer's remembrancer of this court Porter, John Concerning the metes and bounds of a certain copyhold tenement called Dayes and certain land to the same belonging lying in Saxlingham Eastgate and belonging to the plaintiff's manor of Saxlingham Nether Hall. An order as to a trial at Law. [249]
166v Kent 1663, July 2 Twisse, Ralph, clerk, vicar of Gillingham Principal and Scholars of King's Hall and Brazen Nose College in Oxford; Thomas Blunt, esq; John Archer, esq; Thomas Carpenter; and Edward Carpenter Concerning certain tithes for the manor of Upbury and other lands and all small tithes in the parish of Gillingham and the manor of Upbury being a member of that parish. [250]
166r Kent 1663, June 25 Twisse, Ralph, clerk, vicar of Gillingham Principal and Scholars of King's Hall and Brazen Nose College in Oxford; Thomas Blunt, esq; John Archer, esq; Thomas Carpenter; and Edward Carpenter Concerning certain tithes for the manor of Upbury and other lands and all small tithes in the parish of Gillingham and the manor of Upbury being a member of that parish. [251]
45v Bucks 1661, Jan 31 Underwood, Thomas, & Elizabeth his wife Fortescue, Sir John, knight and baronet; George Gery, esq; Anthony Symson; Humphrey Symson; George Greene; and Robert Thorneton Concerning land etc in Shenley. Dismissal of the cause. [252]
85r Yorks 1662, Feb 19 Vassall, Samuel; and others Jackson, Thomas, gentleman Concerning certain land called Crakall Scrogg alleged by the plaintiffs to be parcel of the manor of Great Crackhall and by the defendant to belong to his manor of Cowling. An order as to a trial at Law. Bill of revivor. [253]
142v Wilts 1663, Feb 16 Walker, Mary, widow Button, Sir Robart; Dame Anne Button; Thomas Blanchard; William Duckett; and John Button Concerning an annuity payable out of the chief rents late of Sir William Button. An order as to a commission. [254]
156r Middx 1663, May 7 Walker, Mary, widow Walker, Thomas; William Walker; Edward Boyton; William Smith An order as to hearing the cause [255]
158r & 160 Middx 1663, May 21 Walker, Mary, widow of Clement Walker esq, late chief usher of this court deceased Walker, Thomas; William Walker; Edward Boyton; William Smith Concerning the offices of usher of this court, marshals, ushers, and proclamators of the common pleas, and marshals, ushers, proclamators and barriers before the King's justices in eyre, and their appurtenances. [256]
11r Kingston upon Hull 1660, July 12 Waller, Sir William, knight Wilkinson, Phillip; Henry Rowson; and John Stephens Concerning the duty of prisage for wines imported into Hull. Interlocutory order. [257]
57v Kingston upon Hull 1661, May 16 Waller, Sir William, knight Wilkinson, Phillip; Henry Rowson; and John Stephens An order as to hearing the cause. [258]
67r Kingston upon Hull 1661, July 6 Waller, Sir William, knight Wilkinson, Phillip; Henry Thompson; and John Stephens An order as to hearing the cause. [259]
80v Kingston upon Hull 1661, Nov 18 Waller, Sir William, knight Wilkinson, Phillipp; and others Concerning the duty for prisage of wines imported by the defendants into Hull [260]
95r Bristol/London 1662, May 5 Waller, Sir William, knight (King's farmer of the prizage of wines) Traverse, Gyles, citizen and merchant of London An order as to a case to be agreed upon etc. [261]
89r Kingston upon Hull 1662, Feb 3 Waller, Sir William, knight, His Majesty's farmer of the prizage of wines brought into this realm Wilkinson, Phillipp; and others Concerning the duty for prisage of wines imported into Hull [262]
10r Oxon 1660, July 17 Waller, Thomas, serjeant at law, & Elizabeth his wife Farmer, Henry, esq; Thomas Appletree, esq; John Lydcate; and John Poulton Concerning certain tithes out of certain lands called "Grove Ashe" in Sandford. An order as to a trial at the Common Law. [263]
26v Oxon 1660, Dec 1 Waller, Thomas, serjeant at law, & Elizabeth his wife Farmer, Henry, esq; Thomas Appletree, esq; John Lydiote; and John Poulton Concerning certain tithes out of certain lands called "Grove Ashe" in Sandford. [264]
57r Oxon 1661, May 16 Waller, Thomas, serjeant at law, & Elizabeth his wife Farmor, Henry; and others An order as to a new trial. [265]
56v Oxon 1661, May 2 Waller, Thomas, serjeant at law, & Elizabeth his wife Farmor, Henry; and others An order as to a trial at Law [266]
176r Middx 1664, Jan 26 Washborne, Herritt Washborne, Thomas; and others An order for a trial at Law as to whether a certain copyhold according to the custom of the manor of Kentish Town be descendible to all the sons or not. [267]
174r Sussex 1663, Nov 23 Weekes, John, gent Archer, John, & Mary his wife; John Carleton; and Anne Carleton spinster Concerning several beasts supposed to be due to the plaintiff as lord of the manor of Filsham upon the decease of Jeremy Breame a copyholder within the said manor. Dismissal of cause. [268]
176r Essex 1664, Feb 11 Weldon, George, clerk Ford, Edward, esq Concerning tithes due to the plaintiff as parson of Great Warley [269]
95v Oxon 1662, May 5 Wells, Francis, clerk Atkins, John; and others Concerning tithes due to the plaintiff as vicar of Adderbury. Interlocutory order. [270]
78r Oxon 1661, Nov 25 Wetherell, Ambrose, clerk Cooper, Thomas; Ricahrd Carcer; Anne Hall; and William Stephens Concerning several agreements as to payment of several sums of money in lieu of tithes dues to the plaintiff as incumbent of the church and rectory of South Weston. [271]
45v Bucks 1661, Jan 31 Wheeler, William, an infant by Jane Wheeler his mother and next friend Berringer, Richard, esq Concerning certain rents issuingout of certain lands in the manors of Datchett and Datchett St Helens. Interlocutory order. [272]
74v Bucks 1661, Nov 14 Wheeler, William, an infant by Jane Wheeler his mother and next friend Berringer, Richard, esq Concerning certain rents issuing out of certain lands in the manor of Datchet and Datchet St Helens. Interlocutory order. [273]
81v Bucks 1661, Nov 21 Wheeler, William, an infant by Jane Wheeler his mother and next friend Berringer, Richard, esq Concerning certain rents issuing out of certain lands in the manor of Datchet and Datchet St Helens. Interlocutory order. [274]
74r Bucks 1661, Oct 24 Wheeler, William, an infant by Jane Wheeler his mother and next friend Berringer, Richard, esq An order as to hearing the cause. [275]
137v Kent/London 1663, Feb 16 Whitby, Hannah, widow Whitby, Samuel Concerning an agreement as to the estate of Robert Whitby deceased. A messuage, farm, and lands in Well Street, Kent, are mentioned. [276]
94v London 1662, Apr 21 Whitby, Thomas, gentleman Reeve, Godfrey Concerning a suit in the office of pleas of this court upon several bonds. Dismissal of cause. [277]
87v London 1662, Feb 10 Whitby, Thomas, gentleman Reeve, Godfrey An order that the cause shall be continued in the Paper of Causes for the next term etc. [278]
87r London 1662, Feb 3 Whitby, Thomas, gentleman Reeve, Godfrey An order as to dismissing the cause. [279]
84r London 1662, Jan 27 Whitby, Thomas, gentleman Reeve, Godfrey An order as to dismissing the cause etc [280]
44r Dorset 1661, Feb 11 White, James; William Snobe, & Dorothy his wife, debtors and accomptants to the late stiled Protector Dyke, Thomas; and Robert Porter Concerning suit to the plaintiffs' mill at Stalbridge [281]
1v Yorks 1660, July 9 William, earl of Devon Gibbon, John, esq; Ricahrd Burdett, esq; and others An order as to hearing the cause. [282]
13r Yorks 1660, July 16 William, earl of Devon Gibbon, John, esq; Richard Burdett, esq; Hugh Audley, esq; and others Concerning taxes imposed upon the plaintiff as impropriator of the rectory of Hatfield towards the making and maintaining of the drains, banks, bridges etc, in the Level of Hatfield Chase and the Isle of Axholme in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. [283]
9r Yorks 1660, July 16 William, earl of Devon Whitton, Robert; and William Gathorne Concerning the tithe of certain pasture grounds in Hatfield in the years 1655 and 1656. Interlocutory order. [284]
171v Yorks 1663, July 6 Willoughby, Sir William, baronet Wood, John; and Richard Eyre Concerning the defendants' fetching and carrying of corn and grist from the tenants and inhabitants living within the manor of Barnesley pretended to belong to the plaintiff's mills called Barnesley Mills. Dismissal of cause. [285]
162v Yorks 1663, May 30 Willoughby, Sir William, baronet Wood, John; and Richard Eyre An order as to hearing the cause [286]
33r Yorks 1660, Nov 26 Wilson, Thomas, gentleman Redman, John; Thomas Coates; John Armittstead; and others Concerning tithes belonging to the impropriate rectory of Horton in Riblesdale. Certain of the defendants allege that their lands are tithe free as having been parcel of the demesnes of the late monastery of Jervaulx. [287]
75v Yorks 1661, Nov 18 Wilson, Thomas, gentleman Redman, John; Thomas Coates; John Armittstead; Christopher Langstreath; and others Concerning certain tithes within the rectory of Horton in Ribbesdale. [288]
156r Som 1663, May 30 Winchcombe, John, esq Sherston, Arthur; and Thomas Sherston, gentleman Concerning the ewe flock of Weston. An order as to a trial at Law with regard to the extent of pasture. [289]
84v London 1662, Feb 3 Winne, Thomas, esq Heath, Edward; and others Concerning a bond. An order as to hearing the cause and as to certain witnesses. [290]
23r Berks 1660, Nov 22 Wood, John Hall, Johan; and Francis Coxees Concerning a messuage and little parcel of land and common of pasture thereunto belonging holden in free socage of the manor of Thacham. Dismissal of cause. [291]
96r Cambs 1662, Apr 24 Woollard, Robert, & Martha his wife Mortlacke, Ambrose; John Wollard; Jeremy Peck; Gilbert Wollard, & Mary his wife Concerning a discovery of the estate of one Edward Prime deceased. [292]
57v Devon 1661, May 20 Young, Sir John, knight; and others Gibbs, John Concerning certain tithes [293]