Catalogue description Cause number: 1872 D50. Short title: Day v Goldsmith. Documents: Bill only. ...

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Details of C 16/781/D50
Reference: C 16/781/D50

Cause number: 1872 D50.

Short title: Day v Goldsmith.

Documents: Bill only.

Plaintiffs: Mary Sophia Day infant by Thomas Butter her next friend (both struck through).

Defendants: Elizabeth Goldsmith, William Bell Bentley, Alfred Bentley, Edward Goldsmith and Sarah Jane Goldsmith his wife, Caroline Tolhurst, Matilda Tolhurst, Edward Tolhurst (abroad), Richard Tolhurst (abroad) and Thomas Nevin (abroad) and Elizabeth Rachel Nevin his wife (abroad).

Amendments: Amended by order 1888. George Matthews Arnold added as a named party. Amended by order 1894. Sarah Jane Goldsmith widow added as a plaintiff. Amended by order 1894. George Edmeades Tolhurst added as a party. Amended by order 1908. Sarah Jane Goldsmith widow as a defendant and William Bell Bentley, Alfred Bentley, Brownfield Tolhurst and George Phillips Parker added as co defendants.


Date: 1872
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Language: English
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description
Restrictions on use: 3 working days notice to produce

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