Ewens Case

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
Judgment Date01 January 1792
Date01 January 1792
CourtCourt of the King's Bench

English Reports Citation: 80 E.R. 610

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Ewens Case

michaelm. 9 jacobi regis. ewens case. Matthew Ewens, one of the Barons of the Exchequer, and Frances his wife, seised to them and to the heirs of the body of the said Matthew of the Rectory impropriate of Charlton Cunvil in the county of Somerset, and of the manners of North-Cadbury and Maperton in the county of Somerset, which manners he had lately purchased of Sir Francis Hastings, by his last will and testament in writing did devise the said rectory and two parts of the said manners to A. B. C. D. and E. F. and their heirs, until of the profits thereof, and of other lands which he had formerly bargained and sold unto them, they had payd all his debts atid legacies ; and after all his debts and legacies payd, then unto his brother Alexander Ewens and his heirs : Matthew dyed, the said Alexander Ewens being his heir, these manners holden in capite, Alexander LEY. 38. AUDLEYS CASE 611 Ewens doth undertake the payment of the rest of the debts and legacies unpayd, and then the said Alexander Ewens, A. B. C. D. and E. F. the devisees, by indenture joyn; and the said feoffees, at the request of the said Alexander Ewens, and by his appointment, and in discharge of the trust in them reposed, and for and toward the payment of the debts and legacies unpayd, and in consideration of a marriage to be had and solemnised between Matthew Ewens son of the said Alexander, and Katherin Hastings daughter of Sir Edward Hastings Knight, did enfeoff Sir Francis Hastings, Sir William Courtney and others, of their two parts of the reversion of the said manners, and of the said whole Eectory of Charlton Cunvil: and the said Alexander Ewens, for the consideration aforesaid, did by the same indenture enfeoff the same feoffees of the third part to...

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