Catalogue descriptionShort title: Dowrishe v Carewe. Plaintiffs: Thomas Dowrishe, son and heir of Walter...

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Details of C 2/Eliz/D4/50
Reference: C 2/Eliz/D4/50
Description:

Short title: Dowrishe v Carewe.

Plaintiffs: Thomas Dowrishe, son and heir of Walter Dowrishe esquire, deceased.

Defendants: Anne Carew and Mary Dowrishe.

Subject: bill for discovery of deeds of settlement; the mansion house of Dowrishe [Dowrich House] in the parish of Crediton, Devon, two water mills, a windmill and lands in said parish, sometime the estate of Thomas Dowrishe and his wife Elizabeth, plaintiff's grandfather and grandmother.

Document type: [pleadings]

Date: Between 1558 and 1603
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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