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Title: Legal papers relating to Millfield Estate (Maesyfelyn Estate)
Date(s): 1624-1779
Level: Fonds
Extent: 0.013m3

Administrative History: 
The Millfield Estate in Cardiganshire was originally the property of the Lloyds of Millfield, Baronets, The baronetcy was created 1 April 1708 for Sir Charles Lloyd MP for Cardigan, upon the dearth of Sir Lucius Christianus Lloyd, 3rd baronet, in 1750 the estate passed to John Lloyd of Peterwell His Brother-in-Law. The Millfield mansion was eventually deconstructed and the materials used to expand upon the Peterwell Estate. Upon the death of John Lloyd in 1755 the estate passed to his wife Elizabeth Lloyd (Elizabeth Leheup), what followed is a long running dispute in Chancery (1756-c.1776) concerning the disposition of the Millfield Estate and other lands in Norfolk belonging to Elizabeth Lloyd (later Elizabeth Montgomerie)

Scope and Content:
Deeds, Documents and Legal papers primarily relating to the Dispute in Chancery concerning the disposition of the Millfield Estate


1. Covenant to stand seized and deed to lead to the uses of a fine made between Robert Eccleston of Alderman Bury, London, gentleman, (executor of Sir John Davy) and Elizabeth, his wife, and Richard Taylor of the town of Bedford, co. Bedford, esquire, and Thomas Davy of West Harncham, co. Wiltshire, esquire, (son of the late John Davy esquire, who was son of the late Thomas Davy esquire, who was elder brother of the late Robert Davy of Alderman Bury, London, esquire, father of the late Sir John Davy of Alderman Bury, knight) William Blacker, Robert Eyre and William Pawkner of the Gitty of Sarum, co. Wiltshire, esquires, and Roger Ludlow of Warminster, co. Wiltshire, gentleman.

Premises: rectory and church of Abernant and chapel of Conwell, both in co. Carmarthen, lately belonging to Carmarthen priory, with all their tithes, rights of advowson and other privileges, held of the King's manor of East Greenwich, co. Kent, for the annual rent of £31 6s 8d. 

£40 per annum to be given to the parish of Divinocke out of the Abernant Rectory. 

Recital in part of indenture dated 5th July 1608 and made between Sir Edward Grevill, Richard Lyd and Edmund Bostocke and Robert Eccleston. 

Witnessed by F. Newton, Wi. Doughtie, Francis Ranger(?) and JohnMay. 
Signed by Robert Eccleston, Elizabeth Eccleston and Richard Taylor. 
Endorsement - enrolled on the Chancery close roll, 27 November 1624. 
1 seal. 
27 November 1624


2. Lease for a year made between Nathaniel Wade of the City of Bristol, esquire, and James Nicholas of Blanypistill, p. Llangoedmore, co. Cardigan, gentleman, and Anne Phillips of Rhoseygader, p. Aberporth, co. Cardigan, widow. 

Premises: tithes of Blaneanarth, p. Aberporth, and all other tithes of Nathaniel Wade in that parish. 
Consideration - 5 shillings. 
Signed and sealed by Nathaniel Wade. 
Witnessed by John David, Thomas Lewis, Joseph Williams and John Salter(?). 
29 September 1712


3. Mortgage by release (draft) made between John Lloyd of Peterwell, co. Cardigan, principality of Wales, esquire, and Elizabeth, his wife, (formerly Elizabeth Leheup, spinster.) and John Morgan of Landovey, co. Carmarthen, gentleman, and Roderick Gwyne of Glaanbrann, co. Carmarthen, (executor and devisee named in the last will and testament of Sackville Gwynne, esquire.) and Horatio Walpole the younger of Wolterton, co. Norfolk, esquire, Peter Leheup the younger of Steple Morden, co. Cambridge, esquire, and Philip Case of King's Lynn, co. Norfolk, gentleman. 

Premises - lands, mills and messuages in the parishes of Silian, Lampeter Pont Stephen, Killie (or Killie Ayron), Ystrad, Dyhewyd, Llandissul, Llanarth, Llanrhystid, Llansanfread, Llanbardarn Treveglws, Trevillian, Nantgwnlle, Llanychayron, Llanwenog, Llanranog, Llandissillio Gogo and Llanwayr Cloydoge, all in co. Cardigan, Conwyll Gayo, Llanykroys (or Llanycrwys), Llansawell and Pencarreg, all in co. Carmarthen, a third of the Rectory of Kenarth, the manor of Lampeter, the Forrest of Lampeter and the house called Maes y Velin or Millfield. (Further described) 

Recital in part of wills, marriage settlements, mortgages, bargains and sales, leases and releases, and memoranda, 1690 - 1751 . 
Considerations - £8000 paid by Horatio Walpole, Peter Leheup and Case to John Lloyd. £4134 4s 0d paid by John Lloyd to Horatio Walpole, Peter Leheup and Philip Case. £1750 paid by John Lloyd to Roderick Gwynne. 
Acknowledgement of receipt of the above sums of £8000 and £1750. 
Signed and sealed by John and Elizabeth Lloyd, John Morgan andRoderick Gwynne. 
Witnessed by David Lloyd of Llanvaughan, co. Cardigan, Thomas Case, clerk to Philip Case of King's Lynn, William Gwynne of Cungherdy, near Glanbrane, co. Carmarthen, and Thomas Case junior. 
Copy certified by William Webley of Symond's Inn, London, and Henry Webley. 
9 April 1753


4. Copy of Original Bill of Complaint filed by Francis Llwyd of Doctors Commons, London, gent., against George Montgomerie and Elizabeth, his wife (formerly wife of the late John Lloyd), Herbert Lloyd, Horatio Walpole, Peter Leheup the younger, Philip Case, and Elizabeth and Arabella Llwyd, daughters of Francis Llwyd. 

Premises – 
1) Manor of Lampeter Pontstephan, co. Cardigan. 
2) Lands, etc., in the counties of Cardigan, Carmarthen, Shropshire and Montgomery. 
3) tithes, etc., in the parishes of Llanwenog, Lampeterpontstephan, Llangranog and Llandisiliogogo, co. Cardigan. 
Subject to annuities of £200 and £450 due to Dame Frances Lloyd and Dame Jennings Speke, respectively mother and widow of Sir Charles Cornwallis Lloyd, and to mortgages of £3000 to Robert Gorges and £2000 to Sackville Gwynne. 
Solicitor - J. J. Reynal. 
c. 1753


5. Copy of a Bill originally filed on 3rd February 1756, by Francis Lloydof Doctors Commons, London, gent., and Herbert Lloyd of Peterwell, co. Cardigan, esquire, against (?) Lloyd, widow. 

Premises – 
1) Manor of Lampeter Pontstephan. 
2) Lands, etc., in the counties of Cardigan, Carmarthen, Shropshire and Montgomery. 
3) Tithes, etc., in the parishes of Llanwenog, Lampeterpontstephan, Llangranog and Llandisiliogogo. 
Subject to annuities of £200 and £450 due to Dame Frances Lloyd and Dame Jennings Speke, respectively mother and widow of Sir Charles Cornwallis Lloyd, and to mortgages of £3000 to Robert Gorges and £2000 to Sackville Gwynne. 
c. 1756


6. Copy of Original Bill, filed 13th June 1757, by John Adams of Whitland, co. Carmarthen, esquire, and Elizabeth, his wife (late Elizabeth Lloyd, one of the sisters of the late John Lloyd of Peterwell, co. Cardigan, esquire.) against Elizabeth Lloyd, widow of the late John Lloyd, and Herbert Lloyd of Peterwell, esquire. 
Concerning the real and personal estate of the late John Lloyd. 
1757


7. Copy of the Original Bill in the cause between Elizabeth Lloyd of the Lodge, co. Brecon, widow of the late John Lloyd of Peterwell, co. Cardigan, esquire, and Herbert Lloyd esquire, John Adams esquire and Elizabeth, his wife, and Jeremiah Lloyd esquire and Alice, his wife. 

Premises - the Millfield Estates in the counties of Cardigan,Carmarthen Shropshire and Montgomery. 
Solicitor - Francis Capper. 
This Bill was abated by the marriage of Elizabeth Lloyd with George Montgomerie, and was revived by Common Bill of Revivor by Mr. And Mrs. Montgomerie. 
c. 1757


8. Case for the arbitrators on behalf of George Montgomerie, esquire, and Elizabeth, his wife (formerly the widow of John Lloyd esquire), one of the daughters of (?) Leheup, esquire, deceased, against Sir HerbertLloyd, Bart., (brother of John Lloyd), John Adams, esquire, and Elizabeth, his wife (now deceased), and Jeremiah Lloyd and Alice, his wife. (Sir Herbert, Elizabeth Adams and Alice Lloyd being brother and sisters) 
Relating to the personal estate of the late John Lloyd at Millfield and Peterwell, and the claims dependent upon it. 
c. 1758


9. Copy of the Answer of Jeremiah Lloyd, esquire, and Alice, his wife, two of the defendents to the Original Bill of Complaint of Elizabeth Lloyd, widow. Relating to lands in the counties of Cardigan, Carmarthen, Shropshire and Montgomery, as devised by the wills of Sir Charles Cornwallis Lloyd and his brother, Sir Lucius Christianus Lloyd. 
5 June 1759


10. Copy of the Answers of Herbert Lloyd, esquire, to the Original Bill of Complaint of Elizabeth Lloyd, widow of the late John Lloyd of Peterwell, co. Cardigan, and to the Bill of Revisor of George Montgomerie, esquire, and Elizabeth, his wife, (formerly Elizabeth Lloyd, widow) Concerning the personal estate of the late John Lloyd, Sir Charles Cornwallis Lloyd and Sir Lucius Christianus Lloyd, particularly the Green Grove estate in Cardiganshire. 
June 1759


11. State of the Case in the dispute between Mr. and Mrs. Montgomerie (formerly Mrs. John Lloyd) and Sir Herbert Lloyd, Bart. Concerning the personal and real estate of the late John Lloyd, and including the Peterwell and Millfield Estates. 
c. 1759


12. Copy of the Brief of Bill of Revivor and Answer in the dispute between George Montgomerie, esquire, and Elizabeth, his wife, (formerly widow of the late John Lloyd, esquire) and Herbert Lloyd, esquire, (now Bart.), John Adams, esquire, and Elizabeth, his wife, Jeremiah Lloyd, esquire, and Alice, his wife.(Being the brother and sisters of the late John Lloyd) 
Concerning the personal and real estate of the late John Lloyd. 
Premises - the Millfield Estate in the counties of Cardigan, Carmarthen, Shropshire and Montgomery
Attached - request for this to be heard by Consent upon Bill and Answer, and a note to the effect that it cannot be thus heard. 
c. 1760


13. Copy of the Further Answer of Jeremiah Lloyd, esquire, and Alice, his wife, (sister of the late John Lloyd) of Millfield, p. Lampeter Pont Stephen, co. Cardigan, to the Bill of Complaint of George Montgomerie, esquire, and Elizabeth, his wife. (Formerly Elizabeth Lloyd, widow of the late John Lloyd.) Concerning the personal estate of the late John Lloyd, who died intestate. 
Witnesses - John Davies and John Jones. 
1 November 1760


14. Further separate answer of (copy) Herbert Lloyd, esquire, to the Bill of Complaint of George Montgomery, esquire, and Elizabeth, his wife (formerly Elizabeth Lloyd, widow), relating to the Millfield Estate, the property of the late John Lloyd. 
Answer drawn up by Da. Graham. 
Witnessed by Jn. Davies and John Jones. 
1 December 1760


15. State of the case for the plaintiff (draft) in the cause between Montgomery Esquire and Lloyd Esquire. 
Premises - the Millfield Estates in co. Montgomery, 


16. List of exhibits to be used as proofs in the cause between Montgomery Esquire and wife and Herbert Lloyd Esquire and others. 
1762


17. List of proofs in the cause between Montgomerie Esquire and wife and Herbert Lloyd Esquire and others. 
c. 1762


18. Interrogatories to be administered to witnesses on behalf of Elizabeth Montgomerie (complainant) against Sir Herbert Lloyd, Bart., Francis Lloyd, gentleman, Crispin Molineux, esquire, and Catherine, his wife. (defendants) 
Counsel - John Madocks. 
Solicitor - Webley. 
Endorsed - request to counsel to peruse and sign the interrogatories,
and a note that Francis Lloyd was now dead. 
c. 1764


19. Copy of Original Bill, filed Easter Term 1765, by George Montgomerie, esquire, and Elizabeth, his wife, (formerly Elizabeth Lloyd, widow) against Sir Herbert Lloyd, Bart., Francis Lloyd, gentleman, Crisp. Molineux, esquire, and Catherine, his wife. Concerning the expenses incurred in the settling of debts and funeral expenses of the late John Lloyd. 
Premises - the Millfield Estates in the counties of Cardigan, Carmarthen, Shropshire and Montgomery. 
c. 1765


20. Account of deeds tendered by W. Webley to Mr. and Mrs. Montgomerie for execution by Sir H. Lloyd and relating to lands called Pant y Gwenith, p. Llanvairtreflygen. 
13 April 1765


21. Abstract of the case of Mrs. Elizabeth Montgomerie (the second) in a suit between Lord Walpole and another and Chrispin Molineux, esquire, and Catherine, his wife. (Formerly Catherine Montgomerie, daughter of George Montgomerie by his first marriage.) 
With the opinions of Mr. Madocks, Mr. Wilbraham and Mr. Yorke, Counsel. 
1766 - 1767


22. Draft of supplemental bill of Elizabeth Montgomerie, widow of George Montgomerie of the parish of St. George, Hanover Square, co. Middlesex, esquire, against Catherine Mollyneux (only daughter of George Montgomerie) and her husband, Crisp. Mollyneux, esquire. 
Relating to the £8000 mortgage and interest which was bequeathed as part of the marriage settlement of Elizabeth and George Montgomerie. 
13 May 1767


23. Interrogatories to be administered to witnesses on behalf of Elizabeth Montgomerie in her cause against Sir Herbert Lloyd, Bart., Francis Lloyd, gentleman, Crisp. Molineux, esquire, and Catherine, his wife, as prepared by John Madocks. 
c. 1767


24. Bill of costs (draft) incurred by Mrs. Montgomerie in work done by her solicitors and by her counsel. 
1764 - 1768


25. Authorisation to act as attorney (copy) of John Jones of Aberystwith, co. Cardigan, gent., for Elizabeth Montgomerie, widow of George Montgomerie, esquire, and John Lloyd of Peterwell, co. Cardigan, esquire, to enter upon the lands of the Peterwell Estate in co. Cardigan and Caermarthen, and distrain for the sum of £1260. 
1769


26. Copy of agreement to admit evidence by Henry Wilmot, solicitor for Mr. and Mrs. Molineux, plaintiffs, and J. Adams, solicitor for Adams and Lloyd, defendants . 
c. 1770


27. Bills of costs (draft) incurred by Mrs. Elizabeth Montgomerie and later by her executors, the Right Honourable Horatio Walpole, Phillip Case and Peter Leheup, including the bill of charges for proving Mrs. Montgomerie’s will, as presented by Nicholas Fountain. 
(4 items) 
1764 – 1771


28. Copy of a release made between Horatio, Lord Walpole, Peter Leheup late of Steeple Morden, co. Cambridge, esquire, and Philip Case of King's Lynn, co. Norfolk, gent., being the executors of the late Elizabeth Montgomerie, of p. St. George Hanover Square, co. Middlesex, widow, (formerly widow of the late John Lloyd.) and John Adams of Peterwell, co. Cardigan, esquire, (nephew of Elizabeth Montgomerie and coheir of Sir Herbert Lloyd, deceased, of Peterwell) and Edward Vaughan of Green Grove, co. Cardigan, esquire. 
Premises - the messuage and lands called Green Grove (Las Gelly Ycha, Las Gelly Issa) and the messuage and lands called Tyr y Vron (Lletty Llwyfon, Vro Ganol), p. Ystrad; the messuages and lands formerly called Pen y Knwck and Yalt Killie (allt Killie) and now known as Danyrallt Ycha and Danyrallt Issa, p. Killie Ayron; the messuage known as Noel Dihewid and two messuages called ffunnonwen and Brynnback, p. Dihewid, all in the county of Cardigan. (Further described) 
Witnesses - John Vere, Norwich, Benjamin Randall of Norwich, John Jones, William Webley, George Chad, Recorder of Lymm, Robert Whincop of Lymm, Evan Jenkins and John Jones. 
Note that the lease for a year was executed in the presence of the same witnesses. 
26 November 1772


29. Brief of Bill and Answer (draft) of Horatio Lord Walpole (defendant) in the dispute between Mary Williams, spinster, Edward Williams and Michael William Leheup, both infants, and The Right Honourable Horatio Lord Walpole, Peter Leheup and Philip Case, gentlemen. 
Concerning the personal estate of the late Elizabeth Montgomerie, widow. 
Cause to be heard on 27th November 1773. 
Counsel - Mr. Maddocks. 
Solicitor - Webley. 
(2 copies - for plaintiffs and for defendants) 
1773


30. Copy of (Mary Williams, spinster.) and Michael Leheup's charge on Horatio Lord Walpole, Peter Leheup and (Edward) Williams. 
Relating to the part of the personal estate of Mrs. Montgomerie, deceased, not specifically bequeathed. 
(Damaged) 
c. 1773


31. Account of Doctor Peter Leheup senior, esquire, of his expenses as the executor of Mrs. Elizabeth Montgomerie, deceased. 
1769 - 1773


32. Discharge (draft) of the accounts paid by Horatio Lord Walpole in connection with the Norfolk estates of the late Mrs. Elizabeth Montgomerie, presented in the case between Mary Williams, spinster, and Michael Leheup, infant, and The Right Honourable Horatio Lord Walpole, Peter Leheup, esquire, and Edward Williams, infant. 
Solicitor - Webley. 
September 1769 - July 1773


33. Copy of a Further Discharge of the defendant, Horatio Lord Walpole, of the disposal of the surplus of yearly rents of the estates of the late Mrs. Elizabeth Montgomerie in the county of Norfolk, in the dispute between Mary Williams, spinster, and Michael Leheup, infant, and Horatio Lord Walpole, Peter Leheup and Edward Williams, an infant. 
c. 1773


34. Discharge (copy) of the defendant, Peter Leheup, of his disposal of part of the savings of the Gunthorpe Estate (Norfolk), following the death of Mrs. Elizabeth Montgomerie, in the dispute between Mary Williams, spinster, and another, and Horatio Lord Walpole, Peter Leheup and Philip Case and Edward Williams. 
c. 1773


35. Bill of revivor (draft) of Mary Williams of Woollerton, co. Norfolk, spinster, and Michael Leheup, infant son of Michael Leheup of Hessett, co. Suffolk, esquire, against The Right Honourable Horatio Lord Walpole, Peter Leheup, esquire, Philip Case, gentleman, and Edward Williams, infant. 
Concerning the real and personal estate of the late Elizabeth Montgomerie, and following the death of Peter Leheup the younger. 
1774


36. Answer (draft) of Philip Case, esquire, (defendant) to the Bill of Complaint of Mary Williams, spinster, and Michael Leheup, infant. 
Concerning the last will and testament of the late Elizabeth Montgomerie, widow. Answer taken by Josiah Brown and sworn at King's Lynn, co. Norfolk. 
Witnessed by Thomas Case and Scarlet Brown. 
Solicitor - Heblethwayte. 
29 June 1774


37. Brief of a Bill filed 19th February in the dispute brought by Bill of Revivor between Mary Williams, spinster, and Michael Leheup, infant son of Michael Leheup of Hessett, co. Suffolk, esquire, and The Right Honourable Horatio Lord Walpole, Peter Leheup, Philip Case and Edward Williams, an infant. 
Premises - lands in Norfolk, Cardiganshire and the city of Norwich. 
Includes the answers of defendants and statements by William Webley and John Holder, witnesses to Elizabeth Montgomerie's will. 
Case to be heard before the Lord Chancellor on 11 February 1775. 
Brief prepared by Josiah Browne of Webley of Chancery Lane. 
(3 copies - 2 for the plaintiffs and 1 for the defendants) 
1775


38. Discharge of payment (draft) of Phillip Case (defendant) in the dispute between Mary Williams and Michael Leheup, infant, and The Right Honourable Horatio Lord Walpole, Peter Leheup, esquire, Phillip Case and Edward Williams, infant. 
Concerning the personal estate of the late Mrs. Montgomerie. 
Copy for Mr. Holford. 
17 November 1775


39. Brief of pleadings in Chancery in the cause between Mrs. Montgomerie, now deceased, and Sir Herbert Lloyd, Bart., now deceased. 
Solicitor - Webley. 
Counsel - J. Madocks. 
(Damaged) 
9 January 1776


40. Copy of the report on the personal estate of Elizabeth Montgomerie, deceased, not specifically bequeathed, in the dispute between Mary Williams, spinster, and Michael Leheup, infant son of Michael Leheup, esquire, and Horatio Lord Walpole, Peter Leheup, esquire, Philip Case and Edward Williams, infant son of Sir Edward Williams, Bart. 
Report made by Peter Holford. 
16 January 1776


41. Brief of motion to be moved on 25th January 1776 in the dispute between Mary Williams, spinster, and another, and Horatio Lord Walpole, Peter Leheup and Phillip Case. 
Concerning £6000 and the personal estate of the late Elizabeth Montgomerie, widow. 
Counsel for plaintiff - J. Maddocks. 
Solicitor for plaintiff - Webley. 
Solicitor for defendants - Mr. Brown. 
23-24 January 1776


42. Notice of motion (draft) moved by Mary Williams, spinster, and another (complainants) against Horatio Lord Walpole, Peter Leheup and Phillip Case (defendants). 
Proposed that the defendants should pay into the Bank the sum of £6000, being part of the Testrix Mrs. E. Montgomerie's personal estate specifically bequeathed. 
Proposed by Mr. Madocks, counsel for complainants, and agreed by Mr. J. Brown, counsel for defendants. 
Solicitor for complainants - Webley. 
January 1776


43. Copy of the order for the defendants. Horatio Lord Walpole, Philip Case, Peter Leheup and Edward Williams, infant son of Sir Edward Williams, to pay the sum of £6000 into the bank, "being part of the personal estate of Mrs. Elizabeth Montgomerie, deceased, specifically bequeathed to Miss Mary Williams (plaintiff) and which is to be used in the purchase of approved estates. 
25 January 1776


44. Order (copy) made by Richard Howard, Deputy Registrar of the Court of Chancery, in the dispute between Mary Williams and another and The Right Honourable Horatio Lord Walpole, Philip Case, Peter Leheup and Edward Williams, infant son of Sir Edward Williams, Bart. 
Concerning £6000 and the personal estate of the late Elizabeth Montgomerie, widow, not specifically bequeathed. 
Counsel of plaintiff - Mr. Madocks. 
Solicitor of plaintiff - Mr. W. Webley. 
Order made in favour of plaintiff. 
1 February 1776


45. Report (draft) made in the dispute between Mary Williams, spinster, and Michael Leheup, infant son of Michael Leheup, esquire, and The Right Honourable Horatio Lord Walpole, Peter Leheup, esquire, Philip Case and Edward Williams, infant son of Sir Edward Williams, Bart., giving approval for the purchase of lands to the value of £17,773 in Gunthorpe, Hindringham, Sharrington and Althorpe with the £6000 and the residue of the personal estate of the late Elizabeth Montgomerie, widow, for the benefit of Mary Williams. 
8 February 1776


46. Report, approving of proposals and of the title made by P. Holford, in the dispute between Mary Williams, spinster, and Michael Leheup, infant son of Michael Leheup, esquire, and The Right Honourable Horatio Lord Walpole, Peter Leheup, esquire, Philip Case and Edward Williams, infant son of Sir Edward Williams, Bart. 
Premises - manor of Gunthorpe Avenals, manor of Hindringham, of Coldham Hall and of Parnow Hall, all in Hindringham, and the perpetual advowson of the Rectories of Gunthorpe and Bale, all in the county of Norfolk. 
Total value - £17,773. 
8 February 1776


47. Order to confirm the Report of the Master of the Rolls on the approving of the proposal to purchase lands in Gunthorpe, Hindringham, Sharrington and Althorpe, all in the county of Norfolk, with the personal estate of Mrs. Elizabeth Montgomerie,  deceased, as bequeathed to Miss Mary Williams. 
Valuation of lands made by Thomas Gray of Bale, Norfolk, gentleman. 
9 February 1776


48. Copy of the certificate recording that £620 4s 3d has been paid into the Bank by Horatio Lord Walpole (defendant), and credited to the account of Thomas Anguish, esquire, Accountant General of the Court of Chancery, being part of the personal estate of Mrs. Elizabeth Montgomerie, deceased, specifically bequeathed to Miss Mary Williams. 
Certified by J. Warren and John Gimingham. 
17 February 1776

49. Report of the Master of the Rolls of the Orders of the Lord Chancellor relating to the dispute between Mary Williams, spinster, of New Bond Street, Middlesex, and another and Horatio Lord Walpole, Philip Case, Peter Leheup the younger and Edward Williams, infant son of Sir Edward Williams. 
Concerning the personal estate of Elizabeth Montgomerie, deceased. 
Report examined by John Dickins, Deputy Registrar. 
29 February 1776


50. Copy of petition by Original Bill and Bill of Revivor by Thomas Wood the Younger, esquire, and Mary, his wife (formerly Mary Williams)  in dispute between Mary Williams, spinster, and Michael Leheup, infant son of Michael Leheup, esquire, and Horatio Lord Walpole, Peter Leheup, esquire, Philip Case and Edward Williams, son of Sir Edward Williams, Bart. 
Relating to lands in Lincolnshire, Norfolk and Norwich. 
c. 1776


51 . Copy of the case of Thomas Wood the Younger, esquire, and Mary, his wife (formerly Williams), concerning the copyhold estates at Fakenham Lancaster, Fakenham, Hindringham and Little Snoring, all in the county of Norfolk, and other estates in the counties of Lincoln, Norfolk and Essex, being the estates of Mrs. Elizabeth Montgomerie, deceased, as presented by Kenyon of Lincoln's Inn on 23 November1778. 
And the opinion on the case of John Madocks of Lincoln's Inn on 31
January 1779. 
1778 - 1779
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