Catalogue description Cause number: 1861 A96. Short title: Anson v King. Documents: Bill, interrogatories,...

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Details of C 16/2/A96
Reference: C 16/2/A96

Cause number: 1861 A96.

Short title: Anson v King.

Documents: Bill, interrogatories, two answers.

Plaintiffs: Elizabeth Anson widow.

Defendants: Thomas King, Elizabeth Grace King his wife, Frederick King, Samuel Provis, George Gerrard Blandford and Stephen Brown.

Amendments: Amended by order 1862. Frederick King the younger, Thomas Hale, Sarah Hale his wife, William Henry Woodcock, Mary King widow, Frances Abraham widow, Thomas Waters, John Waters and Thomas Thring added as defendants.


Provincial solicitor employed in Wiltshire.

Note: For further details of documents being filed (including references to orders, decrees, reports or certificates, if any), please order C 32/7 and look under this case's cause number
Date: 1861
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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