Edward Benefield port quare impedit v Marmaduke Pickering & count q il

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtCourt of Common Pleas
Judgment Date01 Jan 1664

English Reports Citation: 123 E.R. 329

DEL COMMON-BANK

Edward Benefield port quare impedit
and
ers Marmaduke Pickering & count q il

XXXIV. Edward Benefield port quare impedit vers Marmaduke Pickering & count % il present John Townsend ^ fuit deprive per tj^ I'Elglyss devient voyd, & le Defendant oue 1'Archeveaq^ de Canterbury auter Defendant luy disturbe, a cj^ le Defendant dit q^ la Plaintiff present auter al Esglise c^ fuit admit, &c. & morust, per ^ mort PEsgliae devient voyd, Et le dit Plaintiff present le dit John Townsend a Evesque de Norwich adonques ordinary, &c. esteaut un mere lay home & nient capable de un Benefice, quel fuit admit & institute, per quel 1'Esglise remain voyd per ^ 1'Egglise esteant voyd per xii. moys & pluia, devolute al metrapolitan per que le dit Arehevesque fait collation al dit Pickering al dit Esglyse issint est person enpersonnee, &c. sur quel matter les parties demur & judgment done pur le Plaintiff: un cause fuit pur ceo que...

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