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| Robert lord Carrington and George Payne an infant by the said Robert lord Carrington v. John Payne the elder; Edward Payne; Elizabeth Payne; John Payne the younger; William Payne; Samuel Smith; and Vicary Gibbs; and Joseph Null
 
| Robert lord Carrington and George Payne an infant by the said Robert lord Carrington v. John Payne the elder; Edward Payne; Elizabeth Payne; John Payne the younger; William Payne; Samuel Smith; and Vicary Gibbs; and Joseph Null
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| re. will [23 Oct 1792]  and three subsequent codicils, plus a fourth unsigned self-written codicil, of René Payne of par. St Margaret Lothbury [EC2], London; effect of all the codicils on bequests in will.
 
| C78/2981, no. 1 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C78no2081/IMG_0692.htm]
 
| C78/2981, no. 1 [http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/C78/C78no2081/IMG_0692.htm]
 
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Cal_Year Cal_Date Regnal_Year Parties Subject Matter Roll/Case_No.
1800 C79/, no. []
1800 15 March Joseph Forster and Robert Rankin v. John Hale; John Russell Rountree; and William Kent re. co-partnership : the defendants & John Burdon of Hardwick, Durham & William Kent of Newcastle as bankers; proposal regarding colliery at Hebburn, Durham. C78/2080, no. 5 [2]
1800 28 March 40 Ann Cecil widow; William Fleet & Mary his wife; William Cecil; George Cecil; Jane Cecil spinster; William Garrett & Eliza his wife late Eliza Cecial; and Ann Rawlinson spinster re. will George Rawlinson [d. April 1796] of Great Marylebone St., par, St Marylebone; any or which of his named legatees was or were dead, and who was or were personal representatives, and who was or had become entitled to legacies. C79/299, no. 3 [3]
1800 30 May Robert lord Carrington and George Payne an infant by the said Robert lord Carrington v. John Payne the elder; Edward Payne; Elizabeth Payne; John Payne the younger; William Payne; Samuel Smith; and Vicary Gibbs; and Joseph Null re. will [23 Oct 1792] and three subsequent codicils, plus a fourth unsigned self-written codicil, of René Payne of par. St Margaret Lothbury [EC2], London; effect of all the codicils on bequests in will. C78/2981, no. 1 [4]
1800 C78/, no. []