Palatinate of Chester: Court of Exchequer, and Court of Great Sessions, Prothonotary's Office: Admission and Oath Rolls of Attorneys and Solicitors and Articles of Clerkship, etc.

Reference:
CHES 36
Title:
Palatinate of Chester: Court of Exchequer, and Court of Great Sessions, Prothonotary's Office: Admission and Oath Rolls of Attorneys and Solicitors and Articles of Clerkship, etc.
Description:

This series contains admission and oath rolls of attorneys and solicitors, 1697 to 1830, and articles of clerkship, etc, 1728 to 1830, together with an entry book, 1749 to 1792, recording the filing in the Prothonotary's Office of affidavits of due execution of such articles, under the Continuance of laws, etc Act 1748. The courts to which they were admitted were the Exchequer of Chester and the Court of Great Sessions. Some of the records in the series relate to Flint.

Date:
1697-1830
Related Material:
For roll of Welsh attorneys admitted to the King's Bench on the abolition of the Courts of Great Sessions in Wales see KB 172/18
Held by:
The National Archives, Kew
Legal status:
Public Record
Language:
English
Creator:
Palatinate of Chester, Courts of Great Sessions of Chester and Flint, 1540-1830
Palatinate of Chester, Exchequer of Chester, 1297-1830
Physical description:
3 bundle(s)
Publication note:
For more information concerning records of attorneys and solicitors generally see Public Record Office Domestic Records Information Leaflet 36.

Found an error? Suggest a correction to help improve our descriptions.

Suggest a correction for this record

Fields marked with * are mandatory.

Your details

If you provide your details, we will contact you within 10 working days if we cannot act on your suggestion


User Tags

Users have not yet tagged this record

  • You need to sign in to tag records. If you don't have an account please register.

User Collaboration

Use the form below to include your knowledge of this record. If your description includes any citable references, please add these to the "Citable References?" field on the right, remebering to seperate each reference with a comma, for example (FO 176/1/1, FO 178/2/1, and so on...)

Description
Citable References?