Catalogue description Short title: Davies v Noy. Plaintiffs: Richard Davies , Christopher Davies , William...

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Details of C 6/405/41
Reference: C 6/405/41

Short title: Davies v Noy.

Plaintiffs: Richard Davies, Christopher Davies, William Davies gent, of St Erth, Cornwall.

Defendants: William Noye, Sir Peter Fortescue baronet, of Wood, Cornwall, Dame Amy Fortescue his wife, Edmund Parker esq, John Jope, John Resogga the younger, of Perranzabuloe, Cornwall, Sir Eliab Harvey kt, Edward Harvey esq, Thomas Noye and Humphrey Noye.

Subject: A bill of revivor relating to the estate of the late Humphrey Noye, of Carnanton, Cornwall, which was greatly encumbered and the plaintiffs' entitlement to certain premises through Julyan Noye (alias Julyan Davies) widow, of St Buryan, Cornwall, Noye, the mother of two of them: mentions Joseph Noye freeman fishmonger, of London: property in Zennor, Cornwall; Ludgvan, Cornwall; Chappel Close, Penzance, Cornwall; Lanow, Cornwall; St Kew, Cornwall; Bornewhall, Buryan (unidentified) Cornwall and Bosslyven, Buryan (unidentified) Cornwall.

Document type: bill, answer.

Date: 1682-1683
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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