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| Valentine Collins in right of himself and also as administrator of William Collins his brother; Mary Collins spinster; John Collins; Richard North & Elizabeth his wife; Richard Collins on behalf of himself and also as administrator of George Collins his brother; Francis Collins; and Nicholas Collins, children of Valentine Collins by Elizabeth his wife the daughters of William Sherrard the elder deceased; John Woolerton; and William Woolerton in right of himself and also as administrator of Mary Woolerton his sister children of Thomas Woolerton by Eleanor wife another of the daughers of the same William Sherrard the elder and [blank space] administrator of Mary Sherrard spinster only daughter of William Sherrard the younger v. Valentine Collins the elder; Thomas Woolerton; and William Sherrard
 
| Valentine Collins in right of himself and also as administrator of William Collins his brother; Mary Collins spinster; John Collins; Richard North & Elizabeth his wife; Richard Collins on behalf of himself and also as administrator of George Collins his brother; Francis Collins; and Nicholas Collins, children of Valentine Collins by Elizabeth his wife the daughters of William Sherrard the elder deceased; John Woolerton; and William Woolerton in right of himself and also as administrator of Mary Woolerton his sister children of Thomas Woolerton by Eleanor wife another of the daughers of the same William Sherrard the elder and [blank space] administrator of Mary Sherrard spinster only daughter of William Sherrard the younger v. Valentine Collins the elder; Thomas Woolerton; and William Sherrard
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| [damaged document] re. marriage agreement 22/23 July 17??, William Sherrard the elder and Jane (his second wife); lands, tenements and premises at Brandon in par. Hough-on-the-Hill, Lincs.
 
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Cal_Year Cal_Date Regnal_Year Parties Subject Matter Roll/Case_No.
1732 C78/, no. []
1732 20 Jan 5 Sir Phillip Yorke, knight, Attorney General, at the relation of the Reverend Richard Troyte, rector, parson and incumbent of Silverton, Devon; and also of Roger Chamberlain; and John Warren, churchwardens; and John Wills; Robert Comings; and Thomas Carpenter, overseers of the poor of said parish v. John Richards, merchant re. will 24 Nov 1724, of John Richards of London, merchant; very great personal estate of £30,000; School endowed by bequest with £120 per annum, for boys born & resident in the parish... C78/1744, no. 4 [2]
1732 24 Jan 4 Richard Children gentleman v. Guy Lloyd esq and William Arnold gentleman re. debts £400 of John Arnold late of Debtford [Deptford], Kent; a messuage or tenement. C79/11, no. [3]
1732 25 Jan 5 Anne Morrice; Judith Morrice; and Elizabeth Morrice, spinsters, the three surviving daughters of Humfry Morrice of London, esq by Judith his first wife, the said Elizabeth Morrice being an infant by said Anne and Judith Morrice, her sisters; and also of said Thomas Lee of Hartwell, Bucks, baronet, the surviving executor of Dame Elizabeth Lee his late wife; and Thomas Lee; William Lee; and Anne Lee, children of said Sir Thomas Lee their father; and also John Claxton, & Sarah his wife; and Brown Claxton their only child, an infant, by said John Claxton his father; and Anne Sandes, widow v. Katherine Morrice, widow and executrix of said Humfrey Morrice [faded document] re. will 4 Oct 1720 of John ?Crown merchant; estate of £100,000... C78/1734, no. 6 [4]
1732 28 Jan 4 Charles Oxley; Leonard Metcalfe; and John Storzaker executor of George Storzaker his father v. Abraham Smith; Jane Smith, widow; Charles Mann & Jane his wife; John Smith; and Elizabeth Smith re. debts of William Smith, died 1718; messuage and several lands at Landrick [?Langrick] in West Riding of Yorks. C79/19, no. [5]
1732 28 Jan 5 David Langton; Richard Archer; and William Codd v. John Flindell re debts £146, for goods sold and delivered, of Thomas Edwards, leather cutter of London, indebted to complt. David Langton and other debts; lease 22 Jan 1729, of his house and shop. C78/1936, no. 3 [6]
1732 3 Feb 5 William Jenkins executor of Sarah Evans widow v. Ann Hall and Thomas Hall re. loan 26 May 1687 £400, by Thomas Hall from late Sarah Evans; secured on lands and properties, alleged to be free of all encumbrances. in manor of Clifton [?Chilton], Bucks.. C79/183, no. [7]
1732 3 Feb 5 Robert Serle, infant, by Arthur Vansittart, esq v. Anne serle, widow; Peter Serle, infant, by said Anne Serle, mother and guardian; John Hanmer, esq; Roger Hudson, baronet; William Guidott, esq; and Rebecca Vincent re. ordered and decreed that the defendant. should come to an account before Master Holford of this court for estamation of the testators' estate... C78/1751, no. 5 [8]
1732 3 Feb 5 Richard Bently, doctor in divinity, master of the College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity, University of Cambridge of King Henry's Foundation; and the Fellows and Scholars of the same College v. Jane Cooper, widow and executrix of John Cooper, esq; John Gilbert, esq; and Thomas Andrews, esq re. ownership of the late dissolved Priory of Thurgarton, Notts. and of property in pars. of Thurgarton, Hoveringham and Flintham, by the complainants and their predecessors; letters patent 24 December, 38 Henry VIII [1546-7]. C78/1743, no. 4 [9]
1732 4 Feb 5 Ann Evelyn; Elizabeth Evelyn; and Mary Evelyn infants by Mary Evelyn widow (since the wife of Charles Boone, esq, their mother) v. Edward Evelyn; and james Worsley esqs AND v. Thomas Forth esq; and Thomas Cragg, gent, both since deceased; and James Evelyn an infant son of the said Edward Evelyn re. indenture 20 Oct 1698 made by George Evelyn the complt's g-father, and several messuages, lands and hereditaments in Surrey. C78/1831, no. 4 [10]
1732 5 Feb 5 John Papillon gentleman v. William Voyce; Lee Steer; and John Cledhill re. will 7 Oct 1725, Samuel Papillon, fishmonger of London, living in Hackney, Middx. (complt's father); very considerable real and personal estate; numerous bequests... C79/80, no. [11]
1732 8 Feb 6 Caleb Lomax, esq, son and heir of Caleb Lomax, esq, by Mary his wife, an infant by Thomas Rose his grandfather v. John Holmden, & Ruth his wife; and John Holmden their son; Thomas Beech, & Anne his wife; and Anne Tyrrell, spinster, daughter of said Anne by her former husband; John Tyrrell deceased; Graves Martin, & Elizabeth his wife; William Hucks, son and heir of Fiducia Hucks; Richard Clay, & Martha his wife; and Richard Clay their son, the said Ruth, Anne, Elizabeth, Fiducia, and Martha being the five sisters of Caleb Lomax the complainant's father; Anne Mathews, spinster, one of the executrices of Caleb Lomax the complainant's father; May Lomax, widow, complainant's mother; and Anne Lomax, spinster, his sisters re. Joshua Lomax (complts' g-father) and the descent of capital messuage and manor of Childwirth [Chilworth near Guildford, Surrey] in the par. of St Michaels next Saint Albans... C78/1740, no. 3 [12]
1732 9 Feb 5 Anne Colmore, wife of Thomas Colmore of London, merchant, by Isaac Milner of the same place, merchant v. Katherine Morice, widow and executrix of Humphry Morice, esq re. marriage agreement 24 Feb 1717, Thomas Colmore and the plaintiff Anne Colmore; £12,000 fortune, terms and conditions. C78/1697, no. 6 [13]
1732 17 Feb 5 Sir Phillip York, knight, Attorney General, at the relation of William Healy and Dorothy his wife v. Charles hall, esq; and others re. time out of mind £5-10s p.a. paid out of manor and lands of Washingborough cum Heighington, Lincs. for teaching children of said town to read... C78/1798, no. 2 [14]
1732 18 Feb 5 John Morgan; and Thomas Morgan, an infant, said John Morgan and Elizabeth Morgan and Lettice Morgan spinsters, brothers and sister and also legatees of Edward Morgan; Elizabeth Lloyd, widow; and Richard Rees vintner, creditors of said Edward Morgan for themselves and for the other creditors v. David Morgan, gent, brother and heir of said Edward Morgan; and David Edwards, esq; and James Dalton, gent, devisees in trust of said Edward Morgan; and Sackville Gwynne, esq re.will 31 March 1727, of Edward Morgan; rectories (St Peter's and Killycwm [Cil y Cwm]) and divers lands in several places and parishes in the county borough of Carmarthen... C78/1710, no. 5 [15]
1732 24 Feb 5 William Hallows, esq v. William Bambrigge, esq; and Dymocke Cawdron, gent re. loans 20 June 1719, by William Bambrigge [?Bambridge or Bainbridge] from William Hallows, secured on lands in Whaplode and Holbeach, Lincs. C78/1838, no. 8 [16]
1732 24 Feb 5 Gervase Balguy of Hope, Derbs., gent, brother and devisee and also executor of John Balgney of Hope, esq v. James Hamilton; Henry Balgny; and Phiullippa Balgney re. property of late Alexander Hamilton (rector of Eyam, Derbs, d.1717) formerly married [in 1714] to Ann Balguy, sister of complt; pretended loan £200 by John Balguy (father of Ann) from Alexander Hamilton. C78/1743, no. 7 [17]
1732 25 Feb 5 Thomas Taylor, gent, son and heir of Shadrack Taylor v. John Truster an infant, son and heir of John Truster; John Atwood, gent, assignee under a commission of bankruptcy of John Trustee; and Benjamin Covert, esq re. mortgage on 'mannor and mansion plan', with close of land called Summer's Croft being all parcel of the possessions of the Dean and Chapter of Chichester; complt. was son and heir of Shadrac Taylor and Hester, who was a dau. of Thomas Woodward, clerk, a canon residentiary of the Church of Chichester... C78/1816, no. 3 [18]
1732 26 Feb 5 Jane Best; Anne Best; Smalbrook Best; and John Best, the four children of Smalbrooke Best by the Susannah Best (his second wife), infants by Robert Jacomb, esq v. Susannah Best, widow and administratrix of said Smalbrooke Best; Fielding Best; Sarah Best; Dorothy Frances best; and Bridget Best, children of the said Smalbrook Best (by his former wife); Thomas Blencowe, esq; and Henry Jacombe, gent, executors of Henry Perris; and John Wells, executor of Brown Wells re. marriage agreement 1 Aug 1720, Smalbrooke Best and Susannah; portion £1,500, property C78/1767, no. 8 [19]
1732 29 Feb 5 Edward Brown, esq; Samuel Weaver; Philip Tyrrell; David Bordit; Mary Southam, widow; Frances Skipper, widow; Catherine Turner, widow; John Garnell, & Mary his wife; John Litchell, & Bridget his wife; Samuel Vegus; Palmer Brown by Anthony Brown, gent, his guardian; and Frances Brown, spinster v. John Langley; and Richard Humphrey, executors of Samuel Brown; (added later:) Sir Philip York, Attorney General re. draft will 25 Nov 1726 of Samuel Brown, worsted weaver of Norwich and property at Stalham, Ingham and North Walsham, Norf. and par. St Clements in city of Norwich & personal estate of £1,200+; attorney Nicholas Vipond. C78/1831, no. 1 [20]
1732 3 March 5 Mary Kemble widow and relict and administratrix of Anthony Kemble mercer v. Richard Kemble [faded document]re. Anthony Kemble of Cirencester, Gloucs; ownership of messuage or tenement called 'Ram Inn' in Cirencester. C79/72, no. [21]
1732 3 March 5 Susanna Steavens, an infant, by Humphry Ambler v. Thomas Steavens, esq now Sir Thomas Steavens, knight; and Richard Steavens re. approval of Master Hiccocks of this Court of purchase of several messuages, lands and tenements in par. St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Surrey, part of the Earl of Salisbury's estate. C78/1746, no. 7 [22]
1732 6 March 5 Margaret Northleigh widow and relict of Stephen Northleigh esq and Margaret Northleigh; and Mary Northleigh infants by said Margaret Northleigh their mother v. Edward Yard esq and John Pollexfen esq re. marriage agreement 29/30 Nov 1714, Stephen Northleigh [c.1692-c.1731] and Margaret (née Davie) the mother; £5,500, manors or parts of manors; stepfather, Edward Yarde. C78/2078, no. 1 [23]
1732 14 March 5 Granvile Wheler, esq [1701–1770] v. Thomas Sharpe, doctor in divinity, & Judith his wife; Jonathan Shere, gent, & Bridget his wife; Robert Hutton; Grace Hutton; and George Hutton, infants by their guardian; Frances Middleton, widow and administratrix of Ralph Middleton; Frances Middleton; Grace Middleton; and Richard Middleton, infants by their guardian; Frances Wheler; John Smith; Grace Smith; Mary Smith; and Elizabeth Smith, infants by their guardian; George Grey, esq; John Hutton, gent; and Sir Phillip York, knight, Attorney General re. ordered and decreed that it should be referred to Master ?Tothill of this Court to take an account of the plaintiffs estate of Sir George Wheler [1651-1724], deceased, come to the hands of the said complainant, his executors or to the hands of any of the other persons... C78/1768, no. 10 [24]
1732 15 March 5 Morris Richards v. Herbert Burges; Joanna Nicholls widow and executrix of Roger Nicholls her late husband and Elizabeth Richards wife of the said Mirris Richards re. death intestate 11 May 1725, of Nicholas Sweeting [turner of the Strand, Westminster]; considerable personal estate, £1,100 [Morris Richards, 1690-1771, married Elizabeth Sweeting, dau. of intestator]. C79/72, no. [25]
1732 25 March 5 Gaspard Sellon; and Claudius Aubert v. Richard Lewin; John Smith; Ricahrd de Titterton; William Seward; John Wastell; Scipio Guy; James Crossett; James Low Kilmain; and Patrick Garson re. allegations of wrongdoing by Scipio Guy when acting as a broker, making contracts and buying South Sea Stock on behalf of Gaspard Sellon.. C78/1814, no. 11 [26]
1732 1 April 5 Sir Samuel Marwood, baronet v. Cholmley Turner, esq, & Jane his wife; and Jane their daughter Marwood; William Turner; Henry Pierce, esq; Edward Place, esq, & Mary his wife; and Sir John Stapleton, baronet Trust settlement of the estate of William Marwood of Little Busby, Yorks on his nephew Sir George Marwood, the complts grandfather. Marriage settlement of Henry Marwood & Mrs Margaret Darcey, his first wife, daughter of Lord Darcey. Estate in Little Busby, Ayton, Stainton, Stokesley, Carleton, Nunthorpe & Nunhouse, Yorks. Marriage settlement of Henry Marwood & Dorothy his second wife, daughter of Allan Bellingham. C78/1741, no. 1 [27]
1732 18 April 5 The Attorney General at the relation of John Lush and Joseph Marsh church wardens of St Edmonds within Salisbury, Wilts v. Henry Popray; George Ellis; and Timothy Guest & Lydia his wife re. will 11 Feb 1714, Edward Frow late of London, merchant; seized of real estate and a considerable personal estate. C78/1936, no. 1 [28]
1732 19 April 5 Elizabeth Ray; and James Ray, executors of Robert Ray deceased; Robert Tomlinson; and John Copley v. Anne Metcalfe; Richard Green; Elizabeth Brearey, widow; Henry Brearey; and Elizabeth Brearey, spinster re. Ordered and decreed that it should be referred to Master Allen of this Court to compute what was due to the plaintiffs for the sum of £300, in the decree mentioned, with interest from the end of 6 months, after the death of Catherine Ray... C78/1697, no. 7 [29]
1732 22 April 5 Arthur Ashley Sykes, doctor in divinity v. William Hall, & Elizabeth his wife; and William Triggs, esq re. loan June 1709 £80, by William Whetherhead late of Barnes, Surrey from Arthur Ashley Sykes, secured on cottages or tenements and some lands (according to custom of manor of Richmond, alias West Sheen)... C78/1751, no. 4 [30]
1732 26 April 3 William Lonsdale of Stockton [Stockton-on-Tees], Durham, grocer; William Deighton; and Elizabeth Denton of Stockton, widow; Robert Wright of the same place, gent; and Thomas Watson of Stockton, merchant, creditors of said Thomas Sutton v. Elizabeth Sutton, the daughter; Elizabeth Sutton the mother; George Sutton; William Sutton; Jane Bowes; and John Rudd Debts of Thomas Sutton. Refusal to settle debts from the decds estate. Lands in Hartburne, Co Durham, surrendered to the use of Jane Bowes of Old Elwick, Co Durham & John Rudd of the City of Durham. C78/1749, no. 3 [31]
1732 26 April 5 Arthur Hollingworth of Battle, Sussex, gent v. Jacob Hollingworth; Gwynnett Freeman; and Bambridge Buckeridge re. covenant 15 Apr 1703, concerning capital messuage and manor of Hollingworth, Ches.[now in Greater Manchester]. C78/1701, no. 2 [32]
1732 28 April 5 Ann Mortimer, daughter of Ann who was the daughter of Henry Smith of Froom Selwood, Som, clothier, said Ann being an infant, by Edward Shrapnell of Trowbridge, Wilts, clothier v. William Bunn; John Collins; George Cure, & Elizabeth his wife; William Walter; James Singer; James Wickham; William Denmead; John Weaver; Henry Allen; William Osbourne; Thomas Eames; William Wise; Thomas Chandler; Thomas Sere; and Edward Mortimer [see also below] re. will 2 Apr 1711, of Henry Smith and messuages, tenements and lands in Froom [Frome] and Selwood, Somerset etc; property in trust for child. C78/1789, no. 5 [33]
1732 28 April 5 Ann Mortimer the daughter of Anne the daughter of Henry Smith, an infant v. William Bunn; Elizabeth Smith, widow and relict of James Smith; William Walter; James Singer; William Denmead; John Weaver; Thomas Anns; William Wise; Edward Mortimer; Thomas Chandler; and Thomas Seer [similar to above] re. will 2 Apr 1711, of Henry Smith and messuages, tenements and lands in Froom [Frome[ and Selwood [Soms.] etc; property in trust for child. C78/1781, no. 11 [34]
1732 11 May 6 Thomas Cooper gentleman and Sarah Cock widow creditors of Daniel Cock deceased on behalf of themselves and otehr creditors of said Daniel Cock v. John Thornton & Letitia his wife and Daniel Cock an infant son of the said Daniel Cock re. will 1 Mar 1727, of Daniel Cock, messuages and lands in Essex, £200 p.a. and very considerable personal estate, bequests; his debts C79/61, no. [35]
1732 11 May 5 Peter Gery v. Charles Gery; Thomas Atney; and Samuel Sanders re. will 18 Feb 1722, of Thomas Gery (complt's uncle) d. Mar 1722; capital messuage and lands in par. Bilson [Bilstone], Leics. & messuage and house adjoining, in Derby. C78/1956, no. 3 [36]
1732 11 May 5 Jane Cart, widow v. William Stammers, & Sarah his wife re. loan 22 June 1722 £200, by William Stammers from complt. Jane Cart, secured on messuages and tenements in the hamlet of Wapping, par. Stepney, Middx., value £100 p.a, leased by Thomas Butts to William Stammers... C78/1697, no. 9 [37]
1732 17 May 6 George, earl of Warrington v. George Leigh, gent; Henry Leigh, jr, an infant; Sir Henry Mainwaring, an infant; Mary Saxon; Robert Parker; and William Hough re. will 17 May 1686 & codicil 10 Feb 1691, of Sarah, late duchess dowager of Somerset [1631-92], and manor of Cherrington or Chirton, Wilts. with messuages, lands and premises belonging, & a very considerable personal estate; bequests and endowments [The Duchess of Somerset's Charities]. C78/1767, no. 5 [38]
1732 25 May 5 George Henry, earl of Lichfield; Osmond Beauvoy esq; Oliver Marton gentleman; William Ashurst esq; and Thomas Ashurst gentleman executors of Robert Ashurst esq their late father; Thomas Harris esq; John Eyre esq; George Brown esq; Thomas Penson gentleman; and Sarah Chester widow and administratrix of Peter Chester doctor of divinity her late husband v. Gabriel Roberts esq; Augustine Woolaston esq; Bennett Langton esq executor of George Langton his late father; Phillip Roberts esq; William Goostrey gentleman; John Bainbrigg gentleman; and James Woollaston gentleman re. loan 13 Mar 1718 £15,000 by Augustine Woolaston from Joseph Musgrave, secured on marshlands, messuages and hereditaments called Sutton Marsh in co. of Lincs. C78/2073, no. 2 [39]
1732 25 May 5 Seymour Loder, & Mary his wife; John Loder, & Jane his wife; John Jordan, & Anne his wife; John Carne, & Elizabeth his wife v. Robert Loder re. will Aug 1701, of John Loder (g-father of complts.); manor and rectory of Hinton, Berks. [Hinton Waldrist or Waldridge, now in Oxon.] C78/1746, no. 5 [40]
1732 3 June 5 John Floyer, esq v. Humphry Sydenham, esq; Dame Alice St Barbe; and William Hawkins re. descent of property of Henry Saint Barbe (complt's g-grandfather) of Broadlands [near Romsey], Hants; manors of Romsey Extra & Romsey Intra etc. and lands in Ashington, Soms... C78/1824, no. 7 [41]
1732 7 June 5 John Pritchard, & Ann his wife; and Katherine Joy, widow, which Ann and Katherine are executrices of Catherine Harris, widow v. Francis Goulding re. indenture 17 Aug 1722, between Francis Goulding and Catherine Harris, both of Twickenham, Middx; £100, surrender of two copyhold messuages, gardens and backsides in Twickenham; annuity of £8 p.a. during life of Catherine Harris... C78/1755, no. 7 [42]
1732 7 June 5 Thomas Rowley the second son; and Rebecca Rowley the daughter of John Rowley, infants by John Roberts of Nine Elms, Surrey, dyer v. John Ferrers, sr; and thomas Price, executors of John Rowley; Mary Rowley, widow; John Rowley; and James Rowley, infants by John Ferrers their guardian re. will 26 June 1728 of John Rowley; messuages, lands, tenements and hereditaments, partly freehold, partly copyhold & very considerable personal estate, sufficient to pay debts and legacies with a surplus; bequests... C78/1750, no. 4 [43]
1732 10 June 5 Benjamin Charlewood v. James St Amand, esq, administrator with the will annexed of James St Amand, esq re. James St Armand [1643-i728] of Covent Garden, apothecary in partnership with compt's father in messuage leased (10 Mar 1720) from dowager duchess of Bedford; allegation that it was intention of James St Armand that complt. 'should succeed him in all his business'. C78/1743, no. 1 [44]
1732 19 June 6 Margaret Douglass of Hamm Court, Surrey, spinster v. David, earl of Portmore; John Crawford, & Mary his wife; and Gilbert Douglass re. lease 1689 of manor of Hamm Court, with wharf called Hamm Haw [Weybridge], Surrey etc. etc., held by Robert Douglass (complt's late father) from Dean & Canons of King's Free Chapel of Saint George within Windsor Castle [St George's Chapel, Windsor]... C78/1702, no. 4 [45]
1732 22 June 6 Nicholas Dobree of Guernsey Island, merchant v. Jane Griffin, widow; William Hornby, & Elizabeth his wife; Ann Walker, widow; Grace Jackson; Frances Jackson, spinstgers; William Dobree; and Robert Grey, esq re. indenture 16 Feb 1725 demise £1,431 17s 6d, David Boyes to complt. Nicholas Dobree, certain lands in Isle of Wight for 1,000 years; terms and provisos... C78/1825, no. 11 [46]
1732 1 July 6 Henry Husey v. Rupert Hancock, & Elizabeth his wife; Edward Hewcy, esq; and Henry Warner, gent re. a suit of Michaelmas 1711, against Henry Husey [Hussey] that he might redeem the prebend parsonage or rectory of Vorda [? Wrde Hill], otherwise Highworth, Wilts... C78/1838, no. 6 [47]
1732 4 July 6 Charles Blois, baronet v. Elizabeth Betts, widow and executrix of Henry Betts her late husband; William Betts; Elizabeth Betts; Rebecca Betts; and Ann Betts; and Sir Peter Delme, knight re. 24 May 1720 sum of £2,000 paid by complt. to Henry Betts for him to invest; allegation of mismanagement. C78/1836, no. 1 [48]
1732 5 July 6 John Ellis of St George the Martyr in Southwark, Surrey, & Mary his wife; and Anne Adgate of Beckingham, Kent, widow v. Stephen Monk, & Mary his wife re. John Fuller, yeoman of Heathfield, Sussex, died intestate 6 Nov 1724; his considerable personal estate... C78/1703, no. 9 [49]
1732 7 July 6 Richard Barfoot, clerk v. Henry Prince; George Prince; and William Gindoff re. ordered and decreed that it should be referred to a Master of this court to take an account of what was due for the arrears of the rent charge of £20 per annum devised by the testator Henry Beaufort deceased, and that a sale should be made of the whole or part of the said estate.... C78/1819, no. 2 [50]
1732 14 July 6 Robert lord Blantyre and The Honorable John Stewart; and Hugh Stewart brothers of the said Lord Blantyre v. James duke of Clandoise and St John Smith baronet; James Blake; Humphrey Walcott; Mary Stephens widow; and Benjamin Haskins Styles re. Letters Patent 18 Dec 1664, of Charles II granting to Charles, Duke of Richmond and Lennox, for 60 years, the several Offices; Aulnager of the Old Draperys and Collector of the Subsidy and Aulnage... C79/183, no. [51]
1732 15 July 6 James Duffield executor of Edmund Duffield and administrator de bonis non of Sarah Duffield unadministered by James Isaackson & Mary his wife v. Francis Duffield and James Isaackson esq re. descent of messuages, lands, tenements etc. in Medmenham, Marlow and Hambleden, Bucks. belonging (in reign of Charles I) to Knightley Duffield Esq... C78/2078, no. 4 [52]
1732 17 July 6 Thomas Cuthbert of St Anne's, Westminster, Middx, tallowchandler v. Samuel Philips; James Slaughter; Anthony Smith; and Elizabeth Fisher re. demise 3 June 1728 by Robert Grosvenor to Samuel Phillips, piece or parcel of ground, called by the name of 'Mr Green's and Mr Colebank's Hay Hills', in par. Saint George, Hanover Sq.. Middx. on south side of a new square called Grosvenor Square... C78/1811, no. 2 [53]
1732 18 July 6 Edward Slater; Anne Slater; and Mary Slater, infants, only children of John Slater of London, merchant, by Mary Blundell v. John Akerman; William Staples; and William Farnworth, & Mary his wife re. will 7 Oct 1725 of John Slater (complt's late father); personal estate of £15,000, bequests. C78/1751, no. 3 [54]
1732 18 July 6 Francis Frescobaldi v. Thomas Kinaston; and Philip Jones re. complt's father Joseph Frescobaldi, resided at Florence & traded in italian wrought silks & sold then to English merchants; relationship with Charles Drew of Covent Garden, deceased. C78/1742, no. 13 [55]
1732 20 July 6 Arabella Bate; Sarah Bate; and Margaret Bate infants by Margaret Chambers their grandmother; and also Brownlow, earl of Exeter; and Hannah Sophia, countess of Exeter his wife; John Shore esq; and Thomas Gilborne gentleman v. William Bate, esq re. marriage agreement 22 Feb 1727, William Bate and Isabella, who was a dau. and co-heiress of Thomas Chambers, deceased and Margaret Chambers; very considerable personal estate. C79/61, no. [56]
1732 20 July 6 Nicholas Lechmere, esq, Attorney General, at the relation of Christopher Furnas and John Teasdale, churchwardens of Dutton [Dufton], Westmorland; and John Lindsay, clerk, minister of the same parish v. Jeffery Caruzu; and Graveley Norton re. will 11 Aug 1692, of Michael Todd; lands and tenements at Knowle Green in par. Stains [Staines-upon-Thames], Middx., 10 acres, 7 acres of which were copyhold, £18 p.a.; surrender of copyhold portion of lands; £4 p.a. to a schoolmaster, £5 to be distributed at Michaelmas to the poor of the said parish; £4 for binding out two poor boys, natives of the said parish, apprentices yearly; £10 p.a. for a sermon on the Sunday after Michaelmas and 20s yearly to twenty poor men who attend the said sermon and divine service... C78/1756, no. 3 [57]
1732 25 July 6 John Spong v. Richard Bartholomew; Thomas Berryman; and William Berryman re. loan £100 12 Oct 1722, by Thomas and William Berryman from Henry Martin (now deceased), secured on messuages and buildings with outhouses in par. ?Staines, Middx. C78/1812, no. 17 [58]
1732 25 July 6 Mary Tanner; and Elizabeth Tanner, infants, by Frances Jackman; and the said Francis Jackman v. John Tanner; and John Valden; and John Ayling, gent re. indenture of 11/12 April 1710 by late William Tanner settling (allegedly by importuning) messuage of Battlehurst Farm in par. Godalming, Surrey on his brother John Tanner; rival claims of William's daus. Mary and Elizabeth Tanner... C78/1772, no. 3 [59]
1732 25 July 6 Jane Rontree, an infant; and John Rontree v. John Hawkridge, & Ann his wife re.ordered and decreed that it should be referred to a Master of this Court to see what was due for the said defendant Ann Hawkridge's annuity of £30 per annum and to compute interest for the sum of £540, part of the personal estate of Thomas Rontree, her former husband... C78/1768, no. 14 [60]
1732 25 July 6 Richard Woodward, goldsmith and banker, administrator with the will annexed of Augustin Martin, esq v. Elizabeth Westbrooke; John Westbrook, infant by his guardian; William Trubshaw; John Shorter; Mary Martin, the only child and heir of said Augustin Martin the only child and heir of said Augustin Martin; Anne Blow; John Trubshaw; George Martin; Francis Martin; William Selwyn; and Christopher Emmett re. loan £500 4 Aug 1726, by Augustine Martin from Thomas Woodward, secured by a note promising to pay the sum six weeks afterwards; £300 only repaid; manor and lordship of Borton on the Hill [Bourton-on-the-Hill], Gloucs. C78/1752, no. 2 [61]
1732 26 July 6 Abraham Da Costa Villa Real jr and Sarah Da Costa Villa Real by Abraham Da Costa Villa Real of London their grandfather v. Catherine Da Costa Villa Real and Joseph Da Costa re. will 16 Apr 1730 of Joseph Da Costa Villa Real (complt's late father) and his very considerable personal estate, £100,000... [of Blyth and Edwinstowe, Notts.]. C78/2065, no. 7 [62]
1732 14 Oct 6 Sarah Rawlins widow and relict of William Rawlins v. Elizabeth Rawlins spinster and Michael Rawlins re. articles of agreement of 25 Nov 1725 among the said William Rawlins of the first part complainant by the name of Sarah Savidge spinster of the second part and Alexander Small of the third part concerning a marriage between the complainant and William Rawlins; marriage portion £500, messuage and tenement, granary, brewhouse and premises therein C78/2079, no. 2 [63]
1732 ?? 16 Oct 6 (sic) Richard Pierson, nephew and heir of Richard Pierson v. Joseph Wilson and Joseph Stubbs re. loans of £68 5s and Richard Pierson's messuage or tenement called Hasle Spring [Hazelsprings Farm] in manor of Wisward, Cumberland [Westward, Cumbria]. C78/1802, no. 4 [64]
1732 19 Oct 6 Elizabeth Cross, the wife of Trevill Cross, esq by Thomas Collins her father; and the said Thomas Collins v. said Trevill Cross, esq; and Daniel Pring, jr re. ordered and decreed that the articles in the complainant's bill, particularly set forth, should be performed and that that the defendant Cross should convey all the lands particularly mentioned in the said articles and all his estates of inheritance to the uses in the said articles... C78/1768, no. 16 [65]
1732 26 Oct 6 John Hay, esq v. Samuel Burton, esq re. purchase 14 July 1720, for £3,250, of a £1,000 subscription in the Governor and Company of Merchants of Great Britaine trading to the South Seas... C78/1734, no. 4 [66]
1732 9 Nov 5 Henry Read baker v. William Killingbeck & Ann his wife; John Masie; and Richard Rudgley re. loans 1720-22 £200 (in order to prosecute a cause) by William Killingbeck from Lawrence Clarke (complt's late uncle) and complt. Henry Read; cause was redemption of a capital messuage and five closes of land in par. Leeds, Yorks. C78/2048, no. 3 [67]
1732 14 Nov 6 Solomon Ashley of Westminster, esq, & Winifred his wife, daughter and sole executrix of Alexander Pitfield, esq, who was the sole executor of Dorothy Pitfield, his late wife, who had been the relict and sole executrix of Robert Boddington v. John Martin and William Martin, esqs re. descent of personal estate of £70,000 of late Dorothy Pitfield [d.1726], wife of late Alexander Pitfield [1659-1728]. C78/1801, no. 14 [68]
1732 16 Nov 6 Richard Samborne, gent; Charles Eyre, merchant; and Joseph Studley, gent v. John Thrale Huntman, son an dheir and administrator of Robert Huntman; William Hyde, & Mary his wife; Elizabeth Harrison; and Thrale Walrond a bankrupt; and Cripe Gascoyne the assignee of his effects re. loan £300 21 July 1723, by Joseph Huntman from Robert Alsop, secured on a messuage or tenement called Bushy Hall or Bush Hall in par. Bishops Hatfield [now Hatfield], Herts C78/1811, no. 7 [69]
1732 22 Nov 6 Ann Prideaux, widow and relict of Sir Edmund Prideaux baronet, who was the eldest son andheir of Sir Edmund Prideaux, baronet his late father v. Sir John Prideaux, baronet; Mary Prideaux; Ann Prideaux; Abraham Edwardson; Saundewon Prideaux; John Prideaux; Peter Prideaux; and William Wish re. marriage agreement 20/21 Feb 1709, Edmund Prideaux [5th baronet, 1675-1728] the son, and Mary Reynardson [d.1712]; several mesuages, lands and tenements, rectories, parsonages, vicarages, tythes etc., Padstow or Paddestowe and Myinfrid or St Mynford [?St Minver], Cornwall . C78/1744, no. 9 [70]
1732 29 Nov 6 Charlotte Herne widow and relict of Thomas Herne esq; Thomas Herne esq; and Charles Herne; and Hanover Herne infants by said Charlotte Herne their mother v. Paston Herne esq eldest son and heir at law and also administrator of said Thomas Herne re. death intestate 31 Oct 1726, of THomas Herne (husbnd of complt.); very considerable personal estate, leaving widow and 4 sons. C79/111, no. [71]
1732 5 Dec 6 Henry Gloster & Mary his wife administratrix of Rebecca Austin widow v. Elizabeth Durman widow; Peter Cross; Rebecca Cross; and John Chase re. death intestate & without issue 14 Nov 1709, of Rebecca Austin; complt. is only sister and next of kin; divers goods, plate, linen and ready money at interest...value £1,000. C79/51, no. [72]
1732 5 Dec 6 Ralph Egerton esq third son of Sir John Egerton baronet deceased; Francis Burton; Abigall Sisann widow; and Peter Spendelow creditors of the said Sir John Egerton v. Sir Edward Egerton baronet an infant; Dame Elleanor Egerton widow; Edward Mainwaring esq; and others (sic) RE. articles 20 Feb 1710 £10,000, to settle the manors of Hollywell, Tullbrooke and Geenfield in co. Flint & manors and lands in co. palatine of Lancs. by Holland Egerton to Sir John Egerton. C79/16, no. [73]
1732 5 Dec 6 Thomas Burke of St James, Westminster, Middx, vintner v. George Cuppage & Mary his wife; Burke Cuppage; Neville Ridley; Benjamin Mutchall; Charles Jones; and Stratford Canning re. marriage agreement 1718, George Cuppage and Mary Burke (one of the complts. daughters), £1,000 portion; messuage and copyhold lands in Waltham Holy Cross [Waltham Cross], Essex. C78/2075, no. 5 [74]
1732 7 Dec 6 Valentine Collins in right of himself and also as administrator of William Collins his brother; Mary Collins spinster; John Collins; Richard North & Elizabeth his wife; Richard Collins on behalf of himself and also as administrator of George Collins his brother; Francis Collins; and Nicholas Collins, children of Valentine Collins by Elizabeth his wife the daughters of William Sherrard the elder deceased; John Woolerton; and William Woolerton in right of himself and also as administrator of Mary Woolerton his sister children of Thomas Woolerton by Eleanor wife another of the daughers of the same William Sherrard the elder and [blank space] administrator of Mary Sherrard spinster only daughter of William Sherrard the younger v. Valentine Collins the elder; Thomas Woolerton; and William Sherrard [damaged document] re. marriage agreement 22/23 July 17??, William Sherrard the elder and Jane (his second wife); lands, tenements and premises at Brandon in par. Hough-on-the-Hill, Lincs. C79/130, no. [75]
1732 12 Dec 6 Sir Edward Mansell, baronet, eldest son and heir of Edward Mansell, gent and since Sir Edward Mansell, baronet, & Dame Dorothy his wife formerly Dorothy Lloyd, widow, one of the sisters of Edward Vaughan, esq, administrator of Dame Dorothy, who was executrix of Sir Edward her husband and of Mary their daughter, and which said Sir Edward Mansell is also administrator de bonis non of Sir Edward his father v. Rawleigh Mansell, esq; James Jones, clerk; Anne Bentham; Elizabeth Bentham; Anne Barron, widow; Anne Barron, spinster; __ Lawford, late esq, & Magdalen his wife; Samuel Townesend, esq, & Dorothy his wife, who is administratrix de bonis non of Mary, her sister; Mansell Langdon; George Wharton; Thomas Lupton; Elizabeth Davies, executrix and Morgan Davies esq heir at law of Morgan Davies, esq; who was surviving trustee named in the will of the complainants father; and Thomas Wyndham, esq C78/1710, no. 3 [76]
1732 14 Dec 6 The Honorable John Chichester, esq, & Elizabeth his wife; Mary Newdegate, spinster; Sir Edward Newdegate, baronet; Roger and Juliana Newdigate infants, by Dame Elizabeth Newdegate; and William Stephens, esq, & Mary his wife; Gilbert Newdegate, esq; Samuel Boys the younger, esq; and Elizabeth, Philadelphia, Edward, and James Boys, infants by Samuel Boys the elder, esq, their father; Juliana Glegg, widow; and Francis, John, Millicent, and Charles Newdigate infants by Millicent Newdigate their mother v. John Newdigate, gent C78/1743, no. 9 [77]
1732 14 Dec 6 Margaret Burgoyne of Exeter, spinster, executrix of Dame Anne Northcote of Exeter v. Margaret White, administratrix of her late husband John White; Margaret White her daughter, an infant, who is heir at law to said John White her late father; Jane Yates, widow, sister of said John White; John Piesly; and George Piesly; and Robert Drury C78/1733, no. 7 [78]
1732 17 Dec 6 Mary Thompson, daughter and only child of Thomas Thompson an infant by Charles Colby, her guardian v. John Mariott; William Meale, brother and heir of John Meale, who was the heir of John Meale, who was the surviving trustee of William Clayton; and Thomas Sevenson C78/1777, no. 10 [79]
1732 19 Dec 6 William Gwynne, & Elizabeth his wife, administratrix of Hugh Edward her late husband v. Rees Edwards; Thomas Gwynne esqs; and Meredith James, gent C78/1776, no. 7 [80]
1732 19 Dec 6 Gislingham Cooper, esq v. Edward Sherwood, sr, esq; and Bulstrode Whitlock, esq C78/1744, no. 5 [81]
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