The records in this series consist of pleadings in equity cases initiated in the court of Chancery, filed in all six divisions of the Six Clerks Office.
They often comprise the plaintiff's bill of complaint only, but the defendant's answer and other documents in the process, including the plaintiffs's replication to the answer, are also filed in many cases. Country depositions are included too, and not filed separately as they were before 1714.
The bill gives the plaintiff's name, rank in life, occupation and place of residence. This data is now searchable the catalogue.
The dates given are date the records were removed to the record room, therefore the date of the item is not later than that date.
Matters in dispute include inheritance, lands, trusts, mortgages, debts and marriage settlements.