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| John Symmons v. George Ranking; William Noble; and William Holme assignees of the estate and effects of John Martindale a bankrupt
 
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| re. demise 3/4 Feb 1790 of messuage called 'Skeyers' in par. Laurence Wootton [Wootton St Lawrence, Hants] by President and Scholars of Magdalen College, Oxford to Robert ?Madrelle.
 
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Cal_Year Cal_Date Regnal_Year Parties Subject Matter Roll/Case_No.
1801 C79/, no. []
1801 17 March 41 John Chardin Musgrave baronet and Philip Musgrave his eldest son and heir of his body an infant by his father v. Matthew Bell the elder; James Bousfield, Nicholas Ederington; John Hutton; Matthew Bell the younger; John Bousfield; John Ederington; and John Funcett re. rights from time immemorial, of Sir John Chardin Musgrave [1757-1806] to 'general fines' in manor or lordship of Soulby, Westmoreland [now Cumbria] from tenants, upon a change of lord or upon a change of tenant. C79/299, no. 4 [2]
1801 17 March 41 Sir John Chardin Musgrave baronet and Philip Musgrave his eldest son and heir of his body an infant of tender years by the said Sir John Chardin Musgrave his father v. George Alderson; John Loy the elder; George Rudd the elder; John Wilson; John Ward; John Ellison; and John Harker re. rights from time immemorial, of Sir John Chardin Musgrave [1757-1806] to 'general fines' in lordships of Great and Little Musgrave [now Cumbria], from tenants, upon a change of lord or upon a change of tenant. C79/288, no. 3 [3]
1801 17 June James Macnamara esq v. Sir Edward Williams baronet & his wife; Edward Williams; Thomas Wood & Mary his wife; Peter le Harp; Samuel Alston; Philip Case; Henry Allen Edward Williams; Thomas Wood; and Walter Williams re. articles of agreement concerning sale 2 May 1796 by Sir Edward Williams to James Macnamara, of property in Glasbury, Velinder [Felindre], ?Aberllunvey, Llanelly etc. in counties of Brecon and Radnor. C78/2081, no. 2 [4]
1801 22 July 41 Philip Saunders on behalf of himself and other creditors of William Skyrme then late of Vagner, Pembs, esq v. John Marten and wife; Thomas Skyrme; Richard Knithell; and William Phillips re. will Jan 1762 of William Skyrme [d.1762]; bequest to son Thomas Skyrme & £600 debt to cmplt. Philip Saunders C79/288, no. 4 [5]
1801 27 July Christopher Codrington & the Honorable Caroline Georgiana Harriet late Caroline Georgiana Harriet Foley his wife; and Harriet Codrington; Caroline Anna Maria Codrington; and Georgiana Elizabeth Codrington infants by the said Christopher Codrington their father v. Thomas lord Foley; Andrew Foley; Edward Foley; Edward Codrington; and John Dowdeswell re. will 19 June 1777 of Thomas Lord Foley [1716–1777] (defendant's g-father); property in Worcs.,Staffs., Middx., Salop and Hereford; marriage settlement 8 Aug 1796 Caroline Georgiana Harriet (dau) and Christopher Codrington. C78/2081, no. 3 [6]
1801 28 July John Symmons v. George Ranking; William Noble; and William Holme assignees of the estate and effects of John Martindale a bankrupt re. demise 3/4 Feb 1790 of messuage called 'Skeyers' in par. Laurence Wootton [Wootton St Lawrence, Hants] by President and Scholars of Magdalen College, Oxford to Robert ?Madrelle. C78/2081, no. 4 [7]
1801 19 Nov 42 Ann Burnell widow and Thomas Burnell her son v. Robert John Godfrey & Mary his wife C79/288, no. 5 [8]
1801 C78/, no. []