Henry Seignior Byndon avoit issue Duglas que fuit marry a Arthur Gorges

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtCourt of Common Pleas
Judgment Date01 January 1665

English Reports Citation: 123 E.R. 623

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Henry Seignior Byndon avoit issue Duglas que fuit marry a Arthur Gorges

XXVI. Henry Seignior Byndon avoit issue Duglas que fuit marry a Arthur Gorges Chivalier en le vie le dit Seignior; le dit Sir Arthur & sa feme avoint issue Ambrosia; Duglas raornst en le vie le dit Seignior Byndon, le dit Ambrosia esteant heyr apparaut a le dit Arthur Gorges; le dit Seignior Byndon seisi das terras tenus in Capite, &c. morust, le dit Ambrosia esteant south le age de 8. ans : Quel tout fuit trove per office, & le dit Sir Arthur, apres que sa file fuit de age de 8. ans & demy, luy marry a Thomas Gorges, que viva tan que le dit Ambrosia accomplish le age de 10. ans & ouster; Sir Arthur prist auter feme, ad issue fits, que est auxint trove per office, & que le dit Ambrosia eat desouthe le age 12. ana : Sur quel Caae le question fuit move, si le Roigu aver uncore le gard de le dit Ambrosia, ou nemy; sur quel matter fuit move si le pere aver le gard & marriage de sa file & heyr apparant, ou nemy: Et quant a ceo fuit tenua que ill aver; a prover ceo Littleton & auters livers fuerunt cites enter queux 33 H. 6. fa. 55. 11 H. 3. Fitzherb. tit. Dower 188. 2 E. 2. Fitzberb. tit. Gard 3. 31 E. 1. Fitzherb. tit Gard 154. 29 li. Assize PI. 35. 2 Eliz. Dyer, fo. 190. 31 E. 3. Fitzherb. tit. Brr. 267. & le pere aver Breve de Transgr. quare filiam & heredem suam rapuifc, &c. 8 E. 2. Fitzherb. tit. Transgr. 235. Et a prover ouster que per le mort le Baron le feme serra discharge de gard & marriage divers livers fuerunt cites, part da queux fnerunt a prover que ceo fuit marriage nient obstant le mort le Baron, & nemy avoid per ceo, cycome ne fuit: & fuit dit que el aver dower quel le feme n' aver si ne fuit marriage: Car en dower eat bone plee in barr que le feme ne fuit unques acconple in loyal matrimony ; a prover de que Littleton & ceux livers ensuants faerunt cites, scilicet 15 E. 3. Fitzherb. Dower 167. 11 R. 2. Fitzherb. Dower 54. 8 R. 2. Fitzherb. Dawer 122. 12 E. 2. Fitzherb. Dower 159. 21 E. 3. fo. 28. A que fuit dit all contrary que le marriage [208] deins...

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