Catalogue description [W1802 W15]. Short title: Webster v Hale. Document type: bill and three answers....

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Details of C 13/22/7
Reference: C 13/22/7

[W1802 W15].

Short title: Webster v Hale.

Document type: bill and three answers.

Plaintiffs: William Webster, mason of Montrose, Forfarshire [Angus], Scotland and Clemintina Webster his wife, Robert Findlay, farmer of Bank Upper near Montrose and Helen Findlay his wife, Jane Findlay, widow of Craigo, Logie, Scotland, David Simspn, carpenter of Newmanswalls near Montrose and Janet Simson alias Janet Walker his wife.

Defendants: John Hale and Daniel Maxwell.

Amended by an order dated 24 July 1802: Helen Webster, David Webster, William Webster, Clementine Webster, James Carnegie Webster, John Webster, David Findley Robert Dindley, Helen Findley, James Findley, Alexander Findley and William Findley, infants (by Charles Thomson, gent their guardian and next friend) added as defendants.

Subject: Estate of James Findlay, surgeon deceased late of the East India Company, Bombay Establishment.


Note: The naming of a party does not imply that he or she will appear in all the documents in this cause (after the bill)
Date: 1802
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description
Restrictions on use: 3 working days notice to produce
Unpublished finding aids:

Suit titles taken from OBS 1/654; data on parties taken from IND 1/4156 fo 475

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