Calendars of the Proceedings in Chancery in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth; To Which Are Prefixed Examples of Earlier Proceedings in That Court, Namely from the Reign of Richard the Second to That of Queen Elizabeth Inclusive

Calendars of the Proceedings in Chancery in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth; To Which Are Prefixed Examples of Earlier Proceedings in That Court, Namely from the Reign of Richard the Second to That of Queen Elizabeth Inclusive : Volume 3

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1832 edition. Excerpt: ...and Mary. his wife, and Charles Col-stone. Claim by purchase. County. VVarwick. York. Middlesex. Devonshire. Sussex. Essex. Bushton, which was pursession. chased by the plaintitf's late husband, the said William Webb. Part of the copy-hold lands of the said manor were, with the consent of the copyholders, severed from their copyholds, and made part of the demesnes. portion of the manor of Wiltshire, W. w. 7. Plaintr_fl5. Dg"endants. Helen White, widow of Thomas White.A. 1601. William White.. Margaret Wood and Sir Edward Montague ElizabethVVood.--l593. knight and William Montague. Reignold Waters and Robert Staunton and wife.--A. 1589. another. Edward Watson senior, esq.--A. 1581. Gyles Baydon, Ellen his wife, and Richard Baydon. Benjamin Wyleding and Catherine his wife, and William Awsten, son of Agnes Awsten.--l 593. Francis Snelling. Thomas Attwood and wife. ThomasWylde.---4lEliz. John Saunders. David Waytham.--l5'72. William Jones and John Hoskyns. John Wyllys.--A. 1594. William Strowd. Thomas/Vashington clerk. Robert Wynnyif.--l 580. Thomas Woode.--l598. Gyles Bishopp. Thomas White clerk.--Richard Baynbrige, RichA. 37 Eliz. ard Fletcher, Edmond Sleighe, and Francis Ashe. Edward Watson esq.--1598. John Collen, father and son, and Robert Collen. Northampton. Sussex. Hereford. Dorset. Derby. Leicester. ___-iti-1I--'---1-------W. w. 8. Object of the Suit, and Premisses. No. Plaintifllv. Defendants. _j__j--i' To obtain a grant of land under a special promise.-Thomas Standishe clerk, deceased, the plaintiff's ' uncle, with a view to provide for the plaintiff, ' delivered to the defendant, the lord of the manor of Bishops Lydyurd, a large sum of money, in con-sideration whereof the defendant promised to grant ' to the...show more

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  • Paperback | 200 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 11mm | 367g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236919823
  • 9781236919823