Si tenant en taile suffer recovery et apres prist estate a luy mesme et Al E. son

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
Judgment Date01 January 1664
Date01 January 1664
CourtCourt of Common Pleas

English Reports Citation: 123 E.R. 342


Si tenant en taile suffer recovery et apres prist estate a luy mesme et al E. son

cur. Si tenant en taile suffer recovery et apres prist estate a luy mesme et al £. son femme pur terme de lour vies, le remainder seniori puero de corpora dicti Wil|ielmi in taile que donques ne avoit aacuu fits, le remainder al heirs le dit William de son corps, le remainder a J. et a aon femme et a lea heirs le dit J. Et puis le dit W. et E. son femme levy Fine oue Proclamation al use luy mesme et le dit E. aon femme pur lour vies, le remainder to the eldest Childe dal corps le dit William in taile, le remain-[41]-der al dit J. en fee, E. morust, les 5 ans pasae, W. prist auter femme et ad issue file et puis un fits et devy, ore 5. auters ans passe apres son mort le fits et file esteant deins age & J. devye vivant A. le opinion des Justices fuit qua le fits aver le terre 1 ANDERSON 43. 343 & nemy le file per reason de ceux parols senior! puero. Nota que quant le Fine fuit levy oue lea...

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