Sir John Cutts Case

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

English Reports Citation: 80 E.R. 604


Sir John Cutts Case

8 jacobi regis. sir john cutts case. Sir John Cutts Knight, and Dame Anne his wife, Sir Thomas Chychley, and Lady Dorothy hia wife, Sir Dudley Digga Knight, and the Lady Mary his wife, as in the right of their said wivea, and Amy Kempe, as in her own right, being the daughters and coheirs of Sir Thomas Kempe, deceased, exhibited their bill into LEY, 27. GARDINBRS CASE 605 the Court of Wards, in the nature of a petition of traverse, thereby shewing, that whereas Sir Thomas Kemp Knight was seised in fee of the castle and manner of Chilkham, with the appurtenances, in the county of Kent, of which mannor, of Chilkham, the mannor of Luddlehara, in the said county of Kent, was holden l y laiights service, and that the said Sir Thomas Kempe dying so seised of the said mannor of Chilkham, the same descended to his said daughters and coheirs, by vertue whereof the complainants in the right of their wives, and the said Amy, entred, and were seised in fee, and being so seised, one John Driland Esquire, being seised in fee of the said mannor of Lucldenham, died seised there-[27]-of, and the same descended to John Driland his son and heir, who is found by office to be within age, and that the said mannor of Luddenham was holden of His Majesty by knights-service in capite, and thereupon, that the wardship and lands of the said John Driland were commited and granted by His Majesty to one George Deering, by which bill they humbly desire, to be admitted by the Court of Wards, to traverse the said office in the point of the tenure, and prayed processe of Privy Seal against the said committee, to answer the said bill, to which bill the said committee did make answer, and thereby did averre and maintain the said office, after which, there was a plea, exhibited in the same Court, in the name of his Majesties Attorney of the said Court, on the behalf of His Majestie setting forth, that Sir Thomas Kemp died seised in foe of the mannor of Chilkham, and of divers other mannors and lands in the said county of Kent, and...

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