Catalogue description Short title: Pomerey v Carsewell. Plaintiffs: Richard POMEREY and John and William...

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Details of C 1/1253/33-43
Reference: C 1/1253/33-43
Description:

Short title: Pomerey v Carsewell.

Plaintiffs: Richard POMEREY and John and William GILES, esquires.

Defendants: Nicholas, grandson and heir of John CARSEWELL, esquire, and William WEBBER (Webster), his father-in-law, `a grete captayne and rebell in the late commocyon in the weste partyes.'.

Subject: Detention and forgery of deeds relating to messuages and lands called Bowdon. 2 suits. Devon

Date: 1544-1551
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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