Catalogue description Cause number: 1873 G53. Short title: Giffard v Hollyoake. Documents: Bill,...

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Details of C 16/865/G53
Reference: C 16/865/G53

Cause number: 1873 G53.

Short title: Giffard v Hollyoake.

Documents: Bill, interrogatories, two answers.

Plaintiffs: Walter Peter Giffard, Walter Thomas Courtenay Giffard, William Reginald Herbert, Charlotte Josephine Herbert his wife, Mary Josephine Gwendoline Herbert infant by William Reginald Herbert her next friend, Lucy Sophia Ada Giffard spinster a person of unsound mind by James Wyley and Edmund Mallet Vaughan her Committees, James Wyley, Barbara Agnes Caroline Giffard spinster now the wife of Vincent Thomas Eyre, Francis Simpson and William Fenton Fletcher Boughey.

Defendants: George Holyoake. Amended by order to revive 1874.

Plaintiffs: Same plaintiffs and Vincent Thomas Eyre.

Defendants: George Holyoake.

Provincial solicitor employed in Shropshire.

Note: More information (possibly references to decrees and reports) may be found in C 32/141, entered under this document's cause number.
Date: 1873
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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