Showing 69 results

Archival description
Philip Case; 1712-1792; alderman, attorney, controller of customs; King's Lynn and Great Fransham, Norfolk Property
Advanced search options
Print preview View:

Accounts, statements and letters concerning the sale of the Middleton estate to Savage Mostyn, and investment of the monies in a trust administered by Peter Leheup junior, Dr Samuel Alston, Philip Case and Horatio Walpole, with receipts for sums invested in the 3 per cent annuities

Including bond, Charles Cornwallis Lloyd to Sackville Gwynne for £2000, 23 Dec 1728, receipt by G. Speke for £900 for two years rent charge or annuity to Lady Jennings Lloyd his wife, from estate of Sir Charles Cornwallis Lloyd and Sir Lucius Chri...

Philip Case; 1712-1792; alderman, attorney, controller of customs; King's Lynn and Great Fransham, Norfolk

Bargain and sale and covenant to levy a fine, Henry Cuthbert and wife Mary to Philip Case: donative, perpetual curacy or impropriate tithes etc. of Mintlyn, part of estate of Revd Robert Wetherell [his father-in-law]

with final concords and proven will of Revd Robert Wetherell of Seamer, Suffolk, 4 Apr 1731.

Philip Case; 1712-1792; alderman, attorney, controller of customs; King's Lynn and Great Fransham, Norfolk

Conveyance, George Bell of Pentney, butcher, only child of Susan Bell late wife of George Bell, formerly Susan Younge and devisee in fee of Andrew Cott, to Philip Case: copyhold messuage and land called Stewards

with paper agreement signed by George Bell and Philip Case, will of Andrew Cott, 1730, sale by Edmund and Susan Parsley to George Bell of Pentney, with receipt, 1759, and letters from William Stuckey and Hugh Thomas Christian of Swaffham, disclaim...

Philip Case; 1712-1792; alderman, attorney, controller of customs; King's Lynn and Great Fransham, Norfolk

Correspondence and accounts of Philip Case, Edward Bacon and the Revd Colby Bullock, trustees under the will of Lord Townshend for a trust to pay off mortgages on the Townshend estates, including letters from E. Jewell, Drummond & Co., W. Clarke Woodbine, Lord Townshend, J. Willington, and W.W. Pepys.

The interest on £24,000 was to be paid to the trustees twice yearly to be laid out in funds in the names of the trustees. No interest at all was received until Feb 1767. Case formally pressed Townshend to pay the arrears in 1769, but by 1775 the t...

Townshend family; 1465-1950; Marquess of Townshend

Results 1 to 15 of 69