Travers enter Th. Trevilian Plaintiff & Egidium White Defendant, le Case fuit

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

English Reports Citation: 123 E.R. 324

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Travers enter Th. Trevilian Plaintiff & Egidium White Defendant, le Case fuit

XIV. Travers enter Th. Trevilian Plaintiff & Egidiutn White Defendant, le Caae fuit que John Trevilian seisi in fee suffer recovery al use le dit John Trevilian & ses heirs, quel John devant 1'Statute de 27 H. 8, fiat voluut en escript & per ceo deviae le terre a son femme cy longement % el continuer sole oue divera Remainders ouster, le quel John apres 27 H. 8 rehearse le volunt come fuit, & ceo affirme sana metter novel date ou aaale, & ceo fuit son volunt & bon a conveyer le terre accordant al contents de ceo coma...

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