Thomas Morgan port breve de entre envers Edward Michell, Thomas Wykes

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtCourt of Common Pleas
Judgment Date01 Jan 1664

English Reports Citation: 123 E.R. 326


Thomas Morgan port breve de entre envers Edward Michell, Thomas Wykes

XXI. Thomas Morgan port breve de eritre envers Edward Michell, Thomas Wykes & aubers direct a les Vicounts del Cite de Gloucester eyant teste 10 Febr. 7 Eliz. sur quel brere les Viconnts returne come ensua, soil. Sutnra infranorainat. Edward Michell, John Den & Richard Fen & quoad suutn. praediet. Tho. Wykes jusliciar. infrascript. certifico quod idem Tho. & ego Thomas Wyke jam unus vicecomitum civitatis praadietfe sum unus & idem, & noil alius neque diveni; ideo ego prefatus Thomas & Hugo Hide alter vie. civitatis prisdict. meipsutn secundum exigentiam iatius brevis summ. non possumus...

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