Thomas Busk port Replevin envers Alexander Frencham, Company en que le Case fuit

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

English Reports Citation: 123 E.R. 325


Thomas Busk port Replevin envers Alexander Frencham, &c. en que le Case fuit

XVII. Thomas Buck port Replevin envers Alexander Frencham, &c. en que le Case fuit que Clement Frencham seisi in fee des Tenements, &c. 36 H. 8 per son testament en eacript devisa lea dits terres a son ferame duraut sa vie, le remainder ouster a Clement Frencham le puisne & a le heirs males de son corps, & sil fortune que le dit Clement Freneham le puisne more? sans issue de sou corps, donques remainder eut ouster a Alexander Frenoham in taile, &c. Apres le dit Clement le eisne morust, &c. Clement le puisne ad issue 2 flls, le femme morust, Clement le puisne morust, les fils enter, Alexander enter sur eux & eux ouste, & son entre est loyal; car fuit a juge que Clement le puisne navera auter estate que a luy & a ses heirs males de son corps, &c. & ne...

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