Court of Chancery: Examiners' Office: Town Depositions
All surviving depositions in cases on the equity side of Chancery taken by examiners of the court in and around London.
The series also includes unpublished depositions, 1755-1853, and miscellaneous interrogatories, depositions, and other papers, mostly of the nineteenth century.
Depositions usually give the deponent's name, address, age and occupation.
The records are usually sorted by year, term and alphabetically by the surname of the first plaintiff within term.
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