Catalogue description Cause number: 1875 N3. Short title: [Percy] Duke of Northumberland v Edwards-Wood. ...

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Details of C 16/1026/N3
Reference: C 16/1026/N3

Cause number: 1875 N3.

Short title: [Percy] Duke of Northumberland v Edwards-Wood.

Documents: Bill, two answers.

Plaintiffs: [Algernon George Percy] Duke and Earl of Northumberland, Archer Clive, Hon Henry George Percy Earl Percy, Revd Walter Sneyd, Ann Caroline Bertie Percy commonly called Lady Ann Caroline Bertie Percy widow, Ann Barbara Isabel Percy spinster, Charles Graham Cleminshaw, John Moore, Abigail Boughton Heydon spinster, George Moore, Lucy Smith spinster now Lucy Bromley the wife of William Edkins Bromley by Francis Robertson Moore her next friend, Richard Hopkins Robertson, Frances Whittington widow, John Haddon, William Haddon, John Smith, Alfred Smith, Alice Mary Smith spinster, Mary Frances Lea spinster, John Charles Snowden and Catherine Martha Perkins spinster.

Defendants: William Edwards Wood, John Dabbs and Mary Hobbs Dabbs his wife and Henry Goode.

Amendments: Amended by order to carry on March 1877. Arthur Potter, Francis Robertson Moore and William Edkins Bromley made defendants. Amended by order to carry on Dec 1877. Louisa Jane Robertson, Hannah Bird, Richard Bird and Joseph Arch added as defendants. Amended by order 1878. Elizabeth Goode widow added as a defendant.

Provincial solicitor employed in Warwickshire.

Date: 1875
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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