Catalogue description [W1805 A25]. Short title: Anson v Ingram. Document type: Two answers. Plaintiffs: Thomas...

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Details of C 13/112/33
Reference: C 13/112/33

[W1805 A25].

Short title: Anson v Ingram.

Document type: Two answers.

Plaintiffs: Thomas Anson [from 1806 Lord Anson].

Defendants: John Towgood, John Ingram, Walter Borrowes, James Dashwood, John Agnew, Edward Howell, James Stevens, James Strange (abroad) and George Peacocke (abroad).

Further defendants added by order of 12 January 1809: John Savery, John Pugh, Francis Ingram senior, Francis Ingram junior, Benjamn Kennett otherwise Benjamin Kennett Dawson, Roger Pocklington, William Dickenson, William Hunter Hunter Samuel Baines and [unknown] Taubman.

Amended by an order dated 30 May 1809: Samuel Baines removed as a defendant.

Revived Michaelmas 1809

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: 1810
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Unpublished finding aids: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 1/4157 fo15v

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