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Reference ZTC
Covering dates 1567 - 1846
Held by Cheshire and Chester Archives and Local Studies Service
Extent 5 Series


No further details   Letter from John Bailey, London to Mr. Finchett, apologising for delay in executing his order and giving advice on cleaning riding tack  ZTCP/7/2  2 May 1801
No further details   Letter from J W Freshfield, Birmingham to Mr. Finchett informing him of his proposed arrival in Chester on Sunday  ZTCP/7/3  28 Aug. 1801
No further details   Letter from Thomas George Massey, Liverpool to Mr. Finchett, recommending accountants specialising in mercantile concerns  ZTCP/7/4  4 Oct. 1801
No further details   Unsigned statement of Joseph Cooper of Chester, timber merchant, concerning money owed by Christopher Ashburner of Ulverston, co. Lancs, ship builder  ZTCP/7/5  7 Nov. 1802
No further details   Letter from Capt. Alleyne, Shrewsbury to John Finchett, sending him 20 guineas and complaining of 'enormous interest'  ZTCP/7/6  22 Jan. 1803
No further details   Letter from Charles Rowlinson, Liverpool to Mr. Finchett, concerning the case of Rutter and another v. Young  ZTCP/7/7  22 Feb. 1803
No further details   Letter from D. J. Bryant, Bristol to John Finchett, that Mr. Wilkinson has returned the drafts re the will of Dorothy Comberbach with an addition  ZTCP/7/8  26 March 1803
No further details   Memorandum of the statement of Mrs. Keating, recently arrived from France  ZTCP/7/9  27 Nov. 1803
No further details   Letter from M. Woodward, 35 Plumb Street, Liverpool, to Mr. Finchett, asking if Mr. ? Baith's affairs are settled  ZTCP/7/10  23 April 1806
No further details   Letter from J. B. Mulley, Frodsham to Mr. Finchett concerning a dinner engagement in Hawarden  ZTCP/7/11  June 1806
No further details   Letter from G. D. ?Birchurst, Liverpool to Mr. Finchett, requesting his bill in the case, Becker and others v. Fell  ZTCP/7/12  9 June 1806
No further details   Letter from H. A. Leicester to Mr. Finchett concerning payment of Leicester's account  ZTCP/7/13  June 1806
No further details   Letter from E. Rowland, Garthan Lodge to Mr. Richards, Town Clerk, Chester, concerning the will of Randl. Jones  ZTCP/7/14  4 Jan. 1807
No further details   Letter from ? Lickey to Mr. Finchett, to enclose payment of Haward and Davies' bill  ZTCP/7/15  9 Sep. 1807
No further details   Letter from R. Browne, Wrexham to James Cappur, at the Golden Lion, Foregate Street, Chester, concerning Mr. Miller's letter and business  ZTCP/7/16  10 Feb. 1808
No further details   Letter from William Dalrymple, Liverpool to Mr. Finchett, concerning Mr. ?Omed's need of a £10 stamp for presentation to a living in Worcestershire  ZTCP/7/17  18 March 1808
No further details   Letter from Cooper and Lowe, Chancery Lane to Mr. Finchett, asking him to procure a warrant in the case of Cook and another v. Mears  ZTCP/7/18  28 March 1808
No further details   Letter from J. Philpot, Temple to Mr. Finchett with information; in the cases of Phillips v. Tilston and Adams v. Lunt  ZTCP/7/19  22 July 1808
No further details   Letter from J. Hincksman, Plas Madre to Mr. Finchett concerning financial matters  ZTCP/7/20  27 July 1808
No further details   Letter from Robert Hollingshead, Liverpool to John Finchett concerning Robert Kirkman and Mr. Finchett's client, Robert ?Hakesby  ZTCP/7/21  26 Nov. 1808
No further details   Draft assignment of term of fifty years, determinable on the lives of John Wedow and Thomas Wedow, between (1) William Weedow of Kelsall, co. Chester, blacksmith (2) John Weedow of Temple Bellwood, co. Lincoln, gardener, of a cottage, etc. in Barrow, co. Chester  ZTCP/7/22  4 Jan. 1809
No further details   Draft lease of a meadow in Great Barrow, co. Chester, for 10 years, between (1) William Smith of Milton Brook, co. Chester, gent. and (2) Thos. Jameson of the same, miller  ZTCP/7/23  31 Jan 1809
No further details   Draft mortgage of an estate called Ty Frith, co. Denbigh, for term of 1000 years, for securing £800 and interest, between (1) Thomas Whitley of Bron-coed, pa. Mold, co. Flint, gent, and (2) John Baxter of Sealand, pa. Hawarden, co. Flint, gent  ZTCP/7/24  25 Feb. 1809
No further details   Draft assignment of lease for remainder of term of 21 years, of premises on the east side of Upper Bridge Street, and a pew in St. Peter's church, between (1) Thomas Jones of the city of Chester, linendraper, and (2) George Bulkeley of the same city, bookseller  ZTCP/7/25  25 March 1809
No further details   Draft of the will of Sarah Denson, widow and relict of the Rev. Thomas Denson, late of Dodleston, co. Chester, clerk  ZTCP/7/26  29 March 1809
No further details   Draft conveyance of appointment of a plot of land in Union Walk, between Cow Lane and Queen Street, Chester between (1) Thomas Lunt of the city of Chester, bricklayer, and (2) Ann Pinnington of the same, spinster  ZTCP/7/27  1 April 1809
No further details   Draft lease (and copy) of a messuage, etc. in the town of Ness, co. Chester, for ten years, between (1) William Gamble Galway, late of the city of Dublin, but now of the city of Chester, Esq. and (2) Rev. Jno. Price of Mess, co. Chester, clerk  ZTCP/7/28-29  April 1809
No further details   Draft lease (with copy) of a messuage in Paradise Row in the city of Chester, for seven years, between (1) Thomas Hughes of the said city, Esq. and (2) Joseph Wharton of the same, miller  ZTCP/7/30-31  20 June 1809
No further details   Draft conveyance of appointment of a plot of ground, between Cow Lane and Queen Street, Chester, between (1) Thomas Lunt of the city of Chester, bricklayer, (2) George Woollams of the same, carpenter, and (3) Samuel Shaw of Newton in the parish of Tattenhall, co. Chester, farmer  ZTCP/7/32  24 June 1809
No further details   Draft of release of a plot of land between Foregate Street and the Chester Canal in the parish of St. John the Baptist, in Chester, between (1) William Seller of the city of Chester, beer-brewer, (2) Thos, Lunt of the same, bricklayer, and (3) John Finchett of the same, gent  ZTCP/7/33  24 June 1809
No further details   Draft conveyance of a public house "the Recruiting Serjeant", in the occupation of Thos. Dod, on the east side of Cow Lane, otherwise Warrington Street, between (1) Thomas Lunt of the city of Chester, bricklayer, (2) John Finchett of the same, gent, and (3) William Seller of the same, brewer (as a trustee) and (4) Henry Potts of the same, gent  ZTCP/7/34  24 June 1809
No further details   Draft of marriage settlement between (1) John Pate of the city of Chester, shopkeeper, (2) Mary Pate of the same, spinster, and (3) Ann Pate, spinster, and Richard Groom needle maker, both of the same; in view of intended marriage between John Pate and Mary Pate  ZTCP/7/35  26 July 1809
No further details   Draft assignment of effects for the equal benefit of creditors between (1) Robert Charles of the city of Chester, shoemaker, and (2) Thos. Manning, sadler, and Titus Chaloner, currier, both of the said city  ZTCP/7/36  27 July 1809
No further details   Draft contract of purchase of a messuage, etc in St. John's Street in the city of Chester, between (1) John Wilbraham of the said city, gent., and (2) Thos. Lunt of the same city, bricklayer  ZTCP/7/37  28 July 1809
No further details   Draft lease of a pottery and prmises on Buckley Mountain for 21 years, between (1) Bartholomew Prescot of Buckley Mountain, co. Flint, yeoman, and (2) John Richardson of Hawarden Hayes in the said county, gent  ZTCP/7/38  20 Sept. 1809
No further details   Letter from R. Abbey, Guernsey to Mr. Finchett, to enclose a payment of £50  ZTCP/7/39  4 Oct. 1809
No further details   Letter from John Williams, Jun., ? Newtown to John Finchett, concerning Weatheral's account  ZTCP/7/40  16 Nov. 1809
No further details   Draft or copy of the will of Samuel Cooper, the elder, of Wrexham, co. Denbigh, timber merchant  ZTCP/7/41  9 Dec. 1809
No further details   Draft deed to lead uses of premises in Kelsall, including a croft called the Hollow Lane formerly part of the old turnpike road from Tarvin to Northwich, and a seat in Tarvin church: between (1) Joseph Parker of Saighton, co. Chester, wheelwright, and Hannah his wife, (2) Robert Dentith of Kelsall, co. Chester, butcher, and (3) Edward Briscoe of Kelsall, farmer (a trustee). With instructions and draft instructions  ZTCP/7/42  1809
No further details   Draft of the will of Peter Broster of the city of Chester Alderman  ZTCP/7/43  1809
No further details   Draft release of a field in Little Neston, co. Chester, called the Little Hay: between (1) Benjamin Monk of the city of Chester, gent. (2) John Larden of Great Neston, co. Chester, doctor of physic, (3) Thomas Francis of the city of Chester, draper, (4) Richard Monk of Great Neston, miller, and (5) --- Banks of Great Neston, surgeon  ZTCP/7/44  1809
No further details   Draft conveyance and appointment of term to attend the inheritance of a messuage, etc. on the east side of St. John's Lane: between (1) Thomas Taylor of Lymm, co. Chester, Esq., and Mascie Taylor of the city of Chester, Esq. (by the direction of) (2) John Wilbraham of the same city, gent. and Alice his wife (heretofore Alice Ogden daughter of Geo. Ogden late of the same city, surgeon, by Eliz. his wife, both deceased) (in trust for) (3) Thos. Lunt of the said city, builder, and (4) ---  ZTCP/7/45  1809
No further details   Draft power of attorney to receive a legacy of £100, from William Howard of the city of Chester, brushmaker, to Thomas Edwards of the same city, banker  ZTCP/7/46  1809
No further details   Draft of the will of Samuel Fowles of Whitchurch, co. Salop, farmer  ZTCP/7/47  1809
No further details   Draft conveyance of lands in Whitchurch, co. Salop, and an assignment of a term of 500 years in trust to attend the inheritance, between (1) Samuel Fowles late of the Lane Acres in the parish of Wrenbury, co. Chester, but now of Whitchurch, co. Salop, farmer, (2) Samuel Nickson of the city of Chester, cabinet maker, (3) Thomas Whittle the younger of the city of Chester, brewer... a trustee, (4) William, Hopley of Shocklach, co. Chester, farmer, and (5) Thomas Francis of the city of Chester, draper,... a trustee  ZTCP/7/48  1809
No further details   Draft mortgage of several messuages in Union Walk in the city of Chester, for securing £350 and interest; between (1) Thomas Lunt of the city of Chester, bricklayer, and (2) Thomas Manning of the same, sadler  ZTCP/7/49  1809
No further details   Draft lease for 14 years of a messuage and lands in Great Neston, co. Chester; between (1) Rev. John Price of Ness, co. Chester, clerk, and Frances his wife, William Glegg Dod of the city of Chester, music seller, and James Green of Liverpool, co. Lancaster, merchant, and (2) Joseph Cottrell of Raby, co. Chester, farmer  ZTCP/7/50  1809
No further details   Draft of marriage settlement (Bargain and Sale of household furniture and farming stock); between (1) Wm. Jones of Ince, co. Chester, farmer, (2) Samuel Jones of the same, farmer, (one of the sons of (1), (3) Eleanor Arrowsmith of Great Sutton, co. Chester, widow, and (4) Mary Arrowsmith (one of the daughters of (3)); on the intended marriage between (2) and (4)  ZTCP/7/51  1809
No further details   Draft lease for 10 years of an estate at Broad Oak in the parish of Tattenhall, co. Chester, between (1) John Larden of the city of Chester, Esq., and the Rev. Thomas Edwards of Aldford, co. Chester, clerk (Devisees in trust in the will of the Rev. George Harrison Larden, late of the city of Chester, clerk, deceased) and (2) Joseph Walley of Tilston, co. Chester, farmer  ZTCP/7/52  1809
No further details   Draft lease of the Broad Oak estate for 10 years as at ZTCP/7/52  ZTCP/7/53  1 Jan. 1810
No further details   Draft bond of indemnity: Edward Griffies on behalf of Jane Pennington, a minor, to Roger Jones  ZTCP/7/54  Undated
No further details   Letter from J. Price, Ness to Mr. Finchett, requesting advice and arranging an appointment  ZTCP/7/55  29 Jan. 1810
No further details   Letter from J.A.L. ?Dunle -, Liverpool to Mr. Finchett, endorsed 'Mr. Ovred Solr' and partly illegible  ZTCP/7/56  12 Feb. 1810
No further details   Letter from John Aldersey, Liverpool to Mr. Finchett, saying that he will direct Jones' friend to pay  ZTCP/7/57  18 Dec. 1810
No further details   Letter from Philpot and Stone, Temple to Mr. Finchett, concerning the cases of Griffiths v. Hassall, Dentith v. Edwards and Whittell v. Johnson  ZTCP/7/58  13 March 1811
No further details   Letter from Mounsey and Lowry, Woodbank to John Finchett on financial matters  ZTCP/7/59  12 Sep. 1811
No further details   Letter from A. Craven, Walston to Messrs. Dutton and Sefton, Watergate Street, concerning his non-payment of Mr. Norton's bill  ZTCP/7/60  3 Nov. 1811
No further details   Letter from Richard Woodward & Co., 1 Friday Street, Manchester to Mr. Finchett, writing as creditors of William Tennett of Wrexham and concerning the dispatch of goods  ZTCP/7/61  4 Nov. 1811
No further details   Letter from Reddalls & Son, Hinckley to Mr. Finchett, asking him to write to James MacLeland, draper of Parkgate for a payment  ZTCP/7/62  16 Nov. 1811
No further details   Letter from Bell Ince, Pulford to Mr. Finchett, asking him to pay Lumb £15  ZTCP/7/63  17 April 1812
No further details   Letter from J. Philpot, Temple to Mr. Finchett concerning the cases of Orton; Ralphs v. Shaw and Maddock v. Maddocks  ZTCP/7/64  30 June 1812
No further details   Letter from John Hilton, Comfort Hall (postmark 'Montego Ja [Jamaica]) to 'Madam' concerning her letter in which she complains of being pressed for payment by Mr. Jones. He describes the difficulties facing four young men in a strange country attempting to establish their credit and refers to a recent hurricane  ZTCP/7/65  2 Oct. 1812
No further details   Letter from Philpot and Stone, Temple to Mr. Finchett concerning the case of Leathwaite v. Robertson and Bradford v. Attorney General  ZTCP/7/66/1  19 Nov. 1812
No further details   Letter from Robert Brittain, Hoole Bank to J. Finchett, acknowledging receipt of a payment for his brown mare  ZTCP/7/66/2  27 Aug. 1814
No further details   Letter from Knight and ? Brooks, Whitchurch to Mr. Finchett concerning the case of Robinson v. Fletcher  ZTCP/7/67  27 Nov. 1815
No further details   Letter from Wiglesworth, Thompson and ? Stansfield, Halifax to Mr. Finchett concerning the case of Gorst v. Walton  ZTCP/7/68  8 June 1816
No further details   Warrant of John Evans of Chester, currier to John Philpot and John Stone, attornies to appear in an action of debt between Hugh Robert Hughes, banker of Chester and John Evans  ZTCP/7/69  31 Oct. 1816
No further details   Warrant of William Wrench of Huntington, farmer, to attornies to appear in an action of debt brought against him by Owen Williams and Hugh Robert Hughes of Chester, bankers  ZTCP/7/70  26 Dec. 1816
No further details   Letter from John Barker, Northwich to John Finchett concerning the case of ?Hulley. (partly illegible)  ZTCP/7/71  24 March 1817
No further details   Letter from John Jones, ? Rosting Row, Beaumaris to John Finchett, concerning the case of Orme's ?Assignees v. Williams. (partly illegible)  ZTCP/7/72/1  12 April 1817
No further details   Receipts for payments to defendants by J. Finchett  ZTCP/7/72/2-3  25-26 April 1817
No further details   Letter from Robert Jones, concerning his correspondent's demand for payment  ZTCP/7/73  27 April 1817
No further details   Letter from J.P. Welsford, Waterloo Subscription Office, London to John Finchett, Town Clerk, Chester, concerning a bill drawn by Revd. Casson, payable to John Daniel  ZTCP/7/74  17 Nov. 1817
No further details   Signed statement of Edmund Roberts of Holyhead, co. Anglesey, tanner concerning money owed to him by John Griffith of Carnarvon, currier and leather seller  ZTCP/7/75  8 Feb. 1819
No further details   Letter from John Griffith, Bangor Street, Carnarvon to Mr. Finchett, requesting the whereabouts of his certificate  ZTCP/7/76  20 March 1819
No further details   Letter as at ZTCP/7/76 again asking about his certificate  ZTCP/7/77  29 July 1819
No further details   Signed statement of James Griffith of Denbigh, clerk concerning delivery of a quo minus to Jane Griffith, defendant in a case brought by Charles Kenyon  ZTCP/7/78  29 April 1820
No further details   Draft conveyance of a house from Richard Denson of Chester, paper maker, John Charles Smith of Chester, cordwainer and members of a friendly society held at the Bear and Billet public house for raising a fund to buy premises or land for building houses, to A.B  ZTCP/7/79  1820
No further details   Letter from N.M. Cooper, Shrewsbury to John Finchett concerning the case of Walker v. Jones  ZTCP/7/80  3 May 1821
No further details   Draft conveyance of a house in Cuppins Lane, Chester from the trustees of the building, upon trust to secure the society the monies not paid and subject thereunto for John Cotgreave  ZTCP/7/81  1821
No further details   Letter from John Finchett to John Jones, 2 New Square, Lincoln's Inn, London, concerning Trelawney to Lloyd, including a copy of the letter from J. Bickerton Williams, Swan Hill, Shrewsbury to Messrs. Potts and Johnson, Solicitors of Chester re Mr. Pughe's covenant  ZTCP/7/82  18 Nov. 1823
No further details   Letter from John Jones to J.F. Maddock ? on business matters  ZTCP/7/83  3 Jan. 1825
No further details   Letter from James Blair, Uttoxeter to J.F. Maddock concerning the recovery of Clowes' estate  ZTCP/7/84  8 Jan. 1825
No further details   Letter from Foxcroft and Parsons, Nottingham to J.F. Maddock concerning Pantons Trust Estate  ZTCP/7/85  17 Jan. 1825
No further details   Letter from John Drury, Wrexham to J.F. Maddock concerning Mr. Brown's attempts to receive a payment from Mr. Miller  ZTCP/7/86  18 Jan. 1825
No further details   Letter from Susan Ingleby, Bagillt Hall to J.F. Maddock, that Mr. Ingleby is willing to pay the sum due, to Mr. Maddock's agent in Holywell  ZTCP/7/87  19 Jan. 1825
No further details   Letter from Newstead & Son, York to J.F. Maddock, concerning payment of Maddock's account  ZTCP/7/88  22 Jan. 1825
No further details   Letter from John and Copner Oldfield, Pendre to F. Maddock concerning Fletcher v. Ingleby  ZTCP/7/89  22 Jan. 1825
No further details   Letter from Gates and Hardwick, London to F. Maddock concerning Oliver & Co. v. ? Lambers  ZTCP/7/90  22 Jan. 1825
No further details   Letter from John Garnett, Liverpool, to John Finchett Maddock, esq., concerning business between Messrs. Denson and Dutton  ZTCP/7/91  26 Jan. 1825
No further details   Letter from David Scott, Wrexham to Davenport, Chester, concerning purchase of Davenport's estate in Brymbo  ZTCP/7/92  23 Feb. 1825
No further details   Letter from J. Manley, Brymbo to William Davenport, King Street, Chester, with a message from Mr. Scott concerning viewing of the Brymbo estate  ZTCP/7/93  28 Feb. 1825
No further details   Letter from R. ?Finer, (for Mr. Brown) Shiffnall, to J.F. Maddock, concerning Swanwick v. Bucknall  ZTCP/7/94  3 March 1825
No further details   Letter from Philpot and Stone, Southampton Street to J.F. Maddock, concerning the cases of Turner v. Hooley; Fletcher v. Sage and Willoughby; Wolliscroft v. Williams and Chaloner v. Thomas  ZTCP/7/95  5 March 1825
No further details   Letter from Foxcroft and Parsons, Nottingham to J.F. Maddock concerning Swanwick's suit against East  ZTCP/7/96  6 March 1825
No further details   Letter from George Vernon, ? Stone to J.F. Maddock, concerning a payment to William Ward, jun  ZTCP/7/97  10 March 1825
No further details   Letter from J. Manley to William Davenport, King Street, Chester asking if he has received an offer for his property  ZTCP/7/98  12 March 1825
No further details   Certified statement of Charles Monk of Great Neston, concerning his tenant, Joseph Oxton of Lower Bebbington  ZTCP/7/99  17 March 1825
No further details   Letter from John Garnett, Liverpool to J.F. Maddock concerning the case of Denson and Dutton  ZTCP/7/100  18 March 1825
No further details   Letter from Samuel East, Nottingham to F. Maddock to enclose payment of his bill for the action against Joseph Swanwick  ZTCP/7/101  26 March 1825
No further details   Letter from James Davies, Cook Street, Liverpool to J.F. Maddock, acknowledging receipt of a sum of money and soliciting orders  ZTCP/7/102  28 March 1825
No further details   Letter from Richard Tyrwhitt, Dee Grove to Messrs. Bateman and Jones, Lincoln's Inn, London concerning the case of Lardin and another v. Williams  ZTCP/7/103  2 May 1825
No further details   Letter from Mander, Lincoln's Inn to J.F. Maddocks on business including Mr. Faulkner's bill  ZTCP/7/104  9 June 1825
No further details   Letter from Joseph Wagstaff, Warrington to J.F. Maddock, concerning James v. Lowe  ZTCP/7/105  16 June 1825
No further details   Letter from Samuel Henry, Market Drayton to J.F. Maddock concerning the balance he owes to ? 'Ms. Leaf's & Co. London'  ZTCP/7/106  20 June 1825
No further details   Letter from Charles Kingsley, Ramsgate to J.F. Maddock requesting information on John Walker's tenancy  ZTCP/7/107  20 June 1825
No further details   Letter from W. Cooper, Shrewsbury to J.F. Maddock, concerning Mr. Miller's request for a sum of money to extend his business  ZTCP/7/108  21 June 1825
No further details   Letter from Thomas Drury, Wrexham to William Edwards, clerk of J. F. Maddock, concerning a demand for payment he has received from Messrs. Smiths, ship builders, of Liverpool  ZTCP/7/109  24 June 1825
No further details   Letter from Watson and Harper, Whitchurch to J.F. Maddock concerning Elisha Williams' claim on Mr. Eyton  ZTCP/7/110  29 June 1825
No further details   Letter from J. Philpot, Southampton Street to F. Maddock concerning the cases of Briscoe v. Dean and Willoughby v. Fletcher  ZTCP/7/111  30 June 1825
No further details   Letter from Thomas George Massey, Liverpool to J.F. Maddock that his friend Mr. Henderson is looking for a horse for his daughter  ZTCP/7/112  3 July 1825
No further details   Letter from Richard Jones, Nevin to Mr. Finchett, concerning his claim to certain family property and asking Mr. Finchett to act for him in the matter  ZTCP/7/113  4 July 1825
No further details   Letter from G.R. Dodd, 44 Tokenhouse Yard, London to F. Maddock concerning the case of Allnutt & others v. Roberts  ZTCP/7/114  11 July 1825
No further details   Letter from Foxcroft & Parsons, Nottingham to J.F. Maddock concerning a possible irregularity in the marriage of John Buton and Mary Coates at St. Peter's Church, Liverpool, 1824  ZTCP/7/115  11 July 1825
No further details   Letter from George Ripley, Liverpool to F. Haddock, concerning the executors of Miles and Morris  ZTCP/7/116  14 July 1825
No further details   Letter from Williams and Evans, Denbigh to J.F. Maddock, to enclose Mrs. Minshull's half year's annuity  ZTCP/7/117  16 July 1825
No further details   Letter from Philpot and Stone, Southampton Street to J.F. Maddock concerning the cases of James v. Lowe; - and Lee and Morris's Trustees v. Davies with a list of legal expenses for 1825  ZTCP/7/118  19 July 1825
No further details   Letter from Richard Jones, Carnarvon Jail to F. Maddock asking for certain attested copies to be sent to him as he is in prison at the suit of one of the two brothers in possession of his estate  ZTCP/7/119  19 July 1825
No further details   Letter from S. Edwards, Denbigh to J.F. Maddock, re Denson  ZTCP/7/120  28 July 1825
No further details   Letter from S. & J. Skerratt, Sandbach to Mr. Finchett Maddock, Solicitor, Chester, to enclose an assignment from the executors of William Harding to a trustee of the Bank of England  ZTCP/7/121  16 Sep.1825
No further details   Letter from Watkin M. Jones, Mold to J.F. Maddock, concerning a sale of property by M. Beare  ZTCP/7/122  17 Sep. 1825
No further details   Letter from Higson and Bagshaw, Manchester to J.F. Maddock, enclosing an agreement concerning the Dee Bridge tolls  ZTCP/123  2 Nov. 1825
No further details   Letter from W. Mathews, Glouchester to J.F. Maddock 'Re Coopey a [Becket]', a bankruptcy case  ZTCP/7/124  22 Nov. 1825
No further details   Letter from Higson and Bagshaw, Manchester to J.F. Maddock concerning the Whitby appeal  ZTCP/125  1 Dec. 1825
No further details   Philpot and Stone, Southampton Street to J.F. Maddock concerning Fletcher v. Willoughby  ZTCP/7/126  5 Dec. 1825
No further details   Letter from George Ripley, Liverpool to J.F. Maddock, Chester, asking for '? Dearn's abstract to the land in Liscard'  ZTCP/7/127  14 Dec. 1825
No further details   Letter from T.L. Longueville, Oswestry to F. Maddock concerning Mellor v. Davies  ZTCP/7/128  29 Dec. 1825
No further details   Letter from R. Brooke, jun., Castle Street, Liverpool to J. Finchett Maddock, concerning their costs in a case  ZTCP/7/129  11 Oct. 1826
No further details   Letter from Kenricks and Bowman, Wrexham Bank, to J. Finchett Haddock, concerning settlement of the affairs of John Edwards of Aldford  ZTCP/7/130  12 Oct. 1826
No further details   Letter from Philpot and Stone, Southampton Street, to J. Finchett Maddock, ?Bloomsbury, returning a case with legal opinion re Bellis  ZTCP/7/131  30 Oct. 1826
No further details   Receipted letter from Owen Owens, Bala, to J.F. Maddock, enclosing interest due to Mr. Woollam  ZTCP/7/132  20 Nov. 1826
No further details   Letter from Findley and McMayne, Paisley to Mr. J. Finchett Maddock, concerning the estate of the late John Jones  ZTCP/7/133  22 Nov. 1826
No further details   Letter from I. Edwards, Denbigh to William Edwards at John Finchett's, concerning his request to Mr. Finchett to send Mr. H. Lloyd's answer  ZTCP/7/134  9 Dec. 1826
No further details   Letter from George Wade, upholsterer, Nantwich, concerning money owed to him by the late Joseph Davies, grocer of Chester  ZTCP/7/135  11 Dec. 1826
No further details   Copy declaration of John Theodore Koster, George Orred and Robert Tod concerning a mortgage of the tolls of the Chester and Dee bridges in trust for the education of the late William Latham's children  ZTCP/7/136  11 Dec. 1826
No further details   Letter from Thomas Barritt, for William Pilling, 97 Greengate, Salford to John Finchett, stating that the balance owed by Robert Butters of Nantwich has been paid  ZTCP/7/137  11 Dec. 1826
No further details   Letter from Joseph Turner, Chester to William Edwards, Solicitor, Town Office, stating that any application for wages should be addressed to Mr. Banner of Liverpool or Mr. Hinde  ZTCP/7/138  14 Dec. 1826
No further details   Letter from Thomas Barritt for William Pilling, 97 Greengate, Salford to John Finchett, informing him that proceedings against Mr. Salmon of Nantwich can be halted as his account has been closed  ZTCP/7/139  15 Dec. 1826
No further details   Letter from William Baxter, Neston to William Edwards, Town Office, asking for cash to be sent by the bearer of the letter  ZTCP/7/140  15 Dec. 1826
No further details   Letter from Robert Salmon, Nantwich to Mr. Finchett Maddock, stating that he has sent Mr. Pilling's money  ZTCP/7/141  15 Dec. 1826
No further details   Demand from the Solicitor of Stamps, Stamp Office, London to John Woolliscroft, stage coach master, ? Chester, for a penalty of £10 on the Stage Coach Act  ZTCP/7/142  15 Dec. 1826
No further details   Letter from Dixon and Chilton, Chester to Mr. J. Finchett Maddock, concerning a debt owed by Robert Miller  ZTCP/7/143  19 Dec. 1826
No further details   Letter from Peter Williams to Mr. Edwards, c/o Finchett Maddock, enclosing an account for expenses in the case of Dixon vs. Duncan owed to John Price, late sheriff of Flintschire, 1826. (Tow copies)  ZTCP/144  Undated date 1826?
No further details   Letter from E. Chester, 11 Staple Inn to John Finchett Maddock concerning the title of property in a transaction between Johnson and Lord Grosvenor, with ? a copy of a letter from J.C. Johnson, London to Mr. Chester on the same subject  ZTCP/145  8 Jan. 1827
No further details   Letter from John Nicholson, 13 Benton Street, Liverpool to Thomas Lowe and George Topham (assignees of the estate of Robert Orme, draper) Chester concerning his claim on Orme's estate  ZTCP/146  18 Jan. 1827
No further details   Letter from Samuel Parsons, Nottingham to J.F. Maddock about land bought by Mr. Francis  ZTCP/147  20 Jan. 1827
No further details   Letter from Philpot and Stone, Southampton Street to J.F. Maddock concerning a rule and appointment to be served in the case of Walker vs. Ward  ZTCP/148  22 Jan. 1827
No further details   Letter from Thomas Pritchard, Ellesmere to J. Finchett Maddock, concerning a bill of costs he believes has been mistakenly sent to him  ZTCP/149  31 Jan. 1827
No further details   Letter from Philpot and Stone, Southampton Street to J. Finchett Maddock with an enclosure concerning the case of Lindop v. Ward  ZTCP/150  1 Feb. 1827
No further details   Letter from John Ferguson, Liverpool to J.F. Maddock with instructions in the case ? Gastrell v. Threlfall  ZTCP/151  3 Feb. 1827
No further details   Letter from Philpot and Stone, Southampton Street to J. Finchett Maddock, informing him that the defendant in Swanwick v. Beauchamp has put in bail, and concerning the case Massey v. Goff  ZTCP/152  3 Feb. 1827
No further details   Letter from W.S. Miller, Liverpool to J.F. Maddock, with a copy of a letter from Mr. Statham concerning the case of Attorney General v. Brittain and a copy of Mr. Cleminson's letter about a mortgage  ZTCP/153  3 Feb. 1827
No further details   Letter from Thomas Foster, Liverpool to J.F. Maddock concerning a final concord between John Askew, plf. and Richard and Rachel Anne Smith, defs  ZTCP/154  13 Feb. 1827
No further details   Letter from Thomas G. Massey, Liverpool to J.F. Maddock, asking him to search for the will of Edmund Darwen of Liverpool, d. c. 1800 and giving news of friends  ZTCP/155  26 Feb. 1827
No further details   Letter from A. ?Broskop, Castle Street, Liverpool to J.F. Maddock, concerning arrangements for the case of the King v. Benjamin Boothman  ZTCP/156  14 March 1827
No further details   Letter from Hamond ? Banner, Liverpool to Mr. Bagnall, Surgeon, Chester, asking about the intentions of the executors of Mr. Harrison concerning the note of hand in Banner's possession  ZTCP/157  21 March 1827
No further details   Letter as at 34 asking for Maddock's bill for the case of the King v. B. Boothman, and also referring to the case of Ainsworth, jun  ZTCP/158  4 April 1827
No further details   Letter from William Povah, 5 Newmillman Street, London to Mrs. Elizabeth Denson, Stonebridge Road, Chester, wishing her to 'have every produce the House or yard may afford' but to be careful to ask enough for it  ZTCP/159  16 April 1827
No further details   Letter from John Parkinson, Liverpool to J.F. Maddock, requesting information about the case of Jones alias Owen  ZTCP/160  17 April 1827
No further details   Letter from John Parkinson (for Thomas ?Yates), Liverpool, to J.F. Maddock asking for a retainer on behalf of the defendant in the case of Jones alias Owens  ZTCP/161  20 April 1827
No further details   Letter from H. Hindmarsh and Son, Crescent, Jervin Street, Cripplegate, to J.F. Maddock, with instructions to serve a writ on the defendant in the case of Marsden and another v. Hallmark  ZTCP/162  26 April 1827
No further details   Letter from [illegible], Wrexham to Mr. Edwards, for Mr. J.F. Maddock, concerning a case against a ?person named Griffiths  ZTCP/163  28 April 1827
No further details   Letter from H. Hindmarsh and Son, Crescent, Jervin Street, Cripplegate to F. Maddock, with instructions to serve a notice of declaration on the defendant in the case of Thomas Marsden, sen. and Thomas Marsden, jun. v. John Hallmark  ZTCP/164  5 May 1827
No further details   Letter from Burra and Neild, King Street, Cheapside, to Mr. Maddock enclosing a legal document to be served on the defendant in the case of Kent and another v. ? Read  ZTCP/7/165  ?14 May 1827
No further details   Letter from P. Leigh, Hotel Osw--- to Mr. F. Maddock, promising to pay a sum owed to Mrs. Hill  ZTCP/7/166  26 May 1827
No further details   Letter from Godfrey Sykes, Solicitor of Stamps, Stamp Office, London to J.F. Maddock, concerning the case of Attorney General v. Woolliscroft, a stage coach owner who has misused his number plate  ZTCP/7/167  2 June 1827
No further details   Letter from Philpot and Stone, Southampton Street to J.F. Maddock concerning the case of Dunkin v. Tomlinson  ZTCP/7/168  19 June 1827
No further details   Letter from R. Harrison, Well Street, Holywell to J.F. Maddock, asking him to pay the amount of his sheriff's account for the last year for Flintshire  ZTCP/7/169  7 July 1827
No further details   Letter from Radford and Leaf, Manchester to F. Maddock concerning the case of Hatton and Arrowsmith  ZTCP/7/170  14 July 1827
No further details   Letter from Philpot and Stone, Southampton Street to J.F. Maddock concerning costs and damages in the case of Dunkin v. Tomlinson  ZTCP/7/171  14 July 1827
No further details   Letter from Robert ?Eyton (for Thomas ?Eyton), Flint to J.F. Maddock, to enclose two half notes for £40 'on account of the old Flat called the John' and recording disappointment in 'her', who 'has turned out to be very rotten'  ZTCP/7/172  21 July 1827
No further details   Letter from T. Whitley, Broncoed, near Mold to Mr. Edwards, promising a remittance ?for Mr. Minshull  ZTCP/7/173  24 July 1827
No further details   Letter from Robert ?Eyton (for Thomas ?Eyton), Dee Green Colliery, Flint to J.F. Maddock, referring to an error in Mr. Edward's receipt for the two half bank notes  ZTCP/7/174  24 July 1827
No further details   Letter from R. Brooke, jun., Liverpool to J.F. Maddock, concerning a charge for taxing in the case of Ainsworth v. Ainsworth  ZTCP/7/175  8 Aug. 1827
No further details   Letter for ?Mr. Wyatt to J.F. Maddock, concerning the business of Dixon & Davies. Mr. Davies intends to make a further payment shortly  ZTCP/7/176  16 Aug. 1827
No further details   Letter as at ZTCP/7/53 concerning the completion of the purchase, between Dixon & Davies  ZTCP/7/177  18 Aug. 1827
No further details   Letter from Burra & Neild, King Street, Cheapside to J.F. Maddock stating that the defendant in the case of Kent and another v. Read is carrying on business again and asking for a warrant to be levied  ZTCP/7/178  8 Sep. 1827
No further details   Letter from Spurrier and Ingleby, Birmingham to J.F. Maddock requesting clarification of the name of the person to whom they are to deliver a writ in the case of Swanwick v. Bampton  ZTCP/7/179  5 Nov. 1827
No further details   Letter as at ZTCP/7/55 conveying instructions in the cases of Kent and another v. Turner and the same v. Read  ZTCP/7/180  6 Nov. 1827
No further details   Letter as at ZTCP/7/55 concerning an error in their letter of 22 Nov. regarding the money owed in the case of Kent and another v. Turner  ZTCP/7/181  23 Nov. 1827
No further details   Letter from Owen Owens, Bala to J.F. Maddock enclosing interest for money owed to Mr. Woollam  ZTCP/7/182  26 Nov. 1827
No further details   Letter from Freshfield & Son, New Bank Buildings, London to J.F. Maddock, requesting an official copy of the will of Jonathan Pollard  ZTCP/7/183  1 Dec. 1827
No further details   Letter from William Rathbone, Crown Court, Cheapside to J.F. Maddock, concerning taxation of an enclosed bill  ZTCP/7/184  8 Dec. 1827
No further details   Letter from B. Sayers, Office for Taxes to J. Finchett, Clerk to the Commissioners for the division of Chester City, requesting the immediate completion of accounts for the division. Includes a draft reply, requesting replacement forms, 22 Dec. 1827  ZTCP/7/185  14 Dec. 1827
No further details   Letter from Philpot and Stone, Southampton Street, to J.F. Maddock concerning a summons in the case of Hooley alias Ford  ZTCP/7/186  15 Dec. 1827
No further details   Letter as at ZTCP/7/62, with references to the cases of Arrowsmith; Walker v. Edwards; Dixon v. Davies and Wynne v. Wynne  ZTCP/7/187  18 Dec. 1827
No further details   Letter from Brown and Marten, Mincing Lane to J.F. Maddock requesting him to arrest the defendant in the case of ?Curling v. Turner  ZTCP/7/188  19 Dec. 1827
No further details   Letter from Christopher John Newstead, York to J.F. Maddock, referring to an error in Maddock's letter of 5 Jan. concerning payment of a bill  ZTCP/7/189  7 Jan. 1828
No further details   Note from S. Carr to Mr. Edwards, Chester asking him to give the bearer a billet in Broughton  ZTCP/7/190  8 Jan. 1828
No further details   Letter as at ZTCP/7/64, asking if the defendant in Curling v. Turner has been 'taken'  ZTCP/7/191  17 Jan. 1828
No further details   Letter as at ZTCP/7/66  ZTCP/7/192  22 Jan. 1828
No further details   Letter from Robert Cattrall, Liverpool, asking that John Hallwood be requested to swear to his affidavit immediately  ZTCP/7/193  24 Jan. 1828
No further details   Letter as at ZTCP/7/64, requesting an account for costs in the case of Curling v. Turner  ZTCP/7/194  26 Jan. 1828
No further details   Letter from John Williams, Ruthin to J.F. Maddock, to enclose an assignment from the provisional assignee of the Insolvent Court  ZTCP/7/195  26 Jan. 1828
No further details   Letter from Pearman & Son, Coventry to Mr. Finchett, concerning Lapworth v. Davis  ZTCP/7/196  9 June 1829
No further details   Draft conveyance of messuages in Union Walk and Linen Hall Place, Chester, and assignment of term, from Thomas Lunt of Chester, builder and his trustee and others to Richard Jones of Chester, blacksmith and his trustees  ZTCP/7/197  19 Feb. 1830
No further details   Draft conveyance of a messuage in Bold Square, Chester, from Thomas Lunt, builder and J.F. Maddock of Chester, gent. to Samuel Brown of Chester, herald painter  ZTCP/7/198  June 1830
No further details   Draft conveyance of a plot of land between Chester Canal and Bold Square, Chester from the same at 198 to John Royle of Chester, builder  ZTCP/7/199  June 1830
No further details   Draft conveyance of a messuage in Bold Square from the same at 198 to Mrs. Fanny Booth of Chester, spinster  ZTCP/7/200  June 1830
No further details   Draft conveyance of two messuages in Bold Square from the same at ZTCP/7/198 to John Larden of Chester, alderman and his trustee  ZTCP/7/201  June 1830
No further details   Draft conveyance of a plot of land between Bold Square and Chester Canal and a cottage erected there, from the same at ZTCP/7/198 to Anthony Mervin Storey of Basset Down, co. Wilts., esq  ZTCP/7/202  1830
No further details   Draft conveyance of a messuage in Bold Square from the same at ZTCP/7/198 to Mrs Mary Charnley of Chester, widow  ZTCP/7/203  1830
No further details   Draft conveyance as at ZTCP/7/203 to Edward Powell of Chester, cutler  ZTCP/7/204  1830
No further details   Draft conveyance as at ZTCP/7/203 to Robert William Davies of Chester, mason  ZTCP/7/205  1830
No further details   Draft conveyance of two messuages in Bold Place, Chester from the same at 198 to Elizabeth Hodgson of Chester, spinster  ZTCP/7/206  1830
No further details   Draft conveyance as at ZTCP/7/203 to James Parry, jun. of Chester, coachmaker  ZTCP/7/207  1830
No further details   Draft conveyance of two messuages in Bold Square from the same at 198 to Peter Dutton of Saighton Hall, co. Chester, gent  ZTCP/7/208  1830
No further details   Draft conveyance of a messuage in Bold Square and land adjoining from the same at 198 to George Woollam of Chester, timber merchant  ZTCP/7/209  1830
No further details   Letter from N. Leigh, New Hummums, London requesting a certificate of the burial of Revd. Rowland Chamber, 1796  ZTCP/7/210  5 July 1831
No further details   Draft conveyance of certain lands in Egerton Street, at the north end and on the east side between Thomas Lunt of Chester, builder; Charles Shaw of Chester, baker and George Woollam, his trustee  ZTCP/7/211  25 Aug 1831
No further details   Letter from E.R. Kenney, Liverpool to J.F. Maddock concerning property at Halkin  ZTCP/7/212  8 Dec. 1831
No further details   Letter from James A. Ross, Town Clerks Office, Stranraer, to T. & J.F. Maddock, requesting a search for a bond for maintenance of a child of Mrs. Mary Russell, 1796  ZTCP/7/213  18 May 1832
No further details   Signed statement of Robert Jones of Carnarvon, draper concerning the debts of Samuel Jones of Chester, draper, dealer and chapman  ZTCP/7/214  13 June 1833
No further details   Letter from George Cooke, Panton Square to Messrs F. Maddock and Son requesting payment of a dividend from Hulley's estate  ZTCP/7/215  14 May 1834
No further details   Letter from Alexander Wilson, King's Bench Walk, Temple, to Messrs. F. Maddock & Son acknowledging receipt of the dividen from Hulley's estate  ZTCP/7/216  26 May 1834
No further details   Draft conveyance of land in Neston, co. Chester between John Baskervyle Glegg of Gayton Hall and also of Old Withington, co. Chester, esq.; John Larden of Great Neston, co. Chester, M.D. and J.F. Maddock of Chester, gent  ZTCP/7/217  1834
No further details   Letter from M. Thomson, Rolls Chambers, 89 Chancery Lane, to J.F. Maddock concerning Leach v. Titley  ZTCP/7/218  11 March 1836
No further details   Letter from Philpot and Son, Southampton Street to J.F. Maddock concerning Eamon v. Connah; Williams v. Johnson; Clark v. Brotherton; Mendell v. Strutton; Knight v. Strutton and Heaton v. ?Harrison  ZTCP/7/219  14 March 1836
No further details   Letter from William George Lyle, 10 Great James Street, Bedford Row, to the undersheriff of Chester, concerning Moody and another v. Lewis and Moody and another v. Alldred  ZTCP/7/220  14 April 1836
No further details   Letter from J.H. Hayton, ?Giversylet, to William Edwards concerning a debt to Mr. Davis  ZTCP/7/221  13 June 1836
No further details   Form letter from William Edwards, Secretary for the Trustees of Chester Savings Bank, informing the recipient of an appointment  ZTCP/7/222  Jan. 1837
No further details   Letter from John Peacock, Liverpool to Gen. Glegg, Backford Hall, Chester, concerning his application for payment to Mr. Quay and the non-payment of a legacy due to Mr. Hale  ZTCP/7/223  18 May 1837
No further details   Letter from Edward Hughes, Watergate Street, Ellesmere, to Messrs. Maddock concerning Roberts v. Cope  ZTCP/7/224  16 Oct. 1837
No further details   Draft conveyance of land at Farndon, co. Chester, between Job Harrison of Farndon, yeoman, devisee in fee of Samuel Sidebotham of Farndon, gent., decd.; John Pugh of Pickhill, co. Derby, farmer, one of Samuel Sidebotham's executors; Robert, Marquis of Westminster of Eaton Hall and J.F. Maddock  ZTCP/7/225  1837
No further details   Letter from E. Williams, Northop to J.F. Maddock, asking whether the debt due to Messrs. Pritchards has been paid  ZTCP/7/226  24 Jan. 1840
No further details   Letter from R.A. Swan, 4 Serjeants Inn, Fleet Street, to Messrs. Maddock and Son, asking the whereabouts of a copy of the will of someone named ?Stelfax  ZTCP/7/227  25 June 1841
No further details   Letter from Philpot and Son, Southampton Street to J.F. Maddock concerning Owens v. Bentley  ZTCP/7/228  27 April 1843
No further details   Letter from Charles Colton, Chester to J.F. Maddock, concerning his claim against Messrs. Edwards and Soorn  ZTCP/7/229  14 June 1843
No further details   Draft bill of sale by way of mortgage of household goods, furniture, stock in trade, horses, chattels etc between Thomas Lightbourne of Chester, innkeeper, Samuel Ripton of Chester, baker and William John Seller, Edward Russell Seller, John Huxley and Joseph Huxley of Chester, brewers and spirit merchants  ZTCP/7/230  1843
No further details   Letter from Robert Barr, Leeds to J.F. Maddock enclosing a payment  ZTCP/7/231  4 Jan. 1844
No further details   Letter from N. Henry Cooper, Shrewsbury to J.F. Maddock warning him that he will be asked to accept the local agency of a railway company proposing a line from Worcester to Chester and Northwich  ZTCP/7/232  12 Sep. 1845
No further details   Plan showing the Oxford and Worcester Extension and Chester Junction Railway with branches to Shrewsbury and Northwich  ZTCP/7/233  Undated
No further details   Letter from Potter and Collingridge, Oxford and Worcester Extension and Chester Junction Railway, 5 Basinghall Street, to J.F. Maddock sending an amended map of the proposed railway line and referring to a recommendation of Mr. S. Brittain. With Mr. Haddock's draft letter declining to have anything to do with Mr. Brittain, 26 Sep. 1845  ZTCP/7/234  23 Sep. 1845
No further details   Letter as at 234 agreeing to the withdrawal of Brittain's name and referring to the company's strength in London.  ZTCP/7/235  27 Sep. 1845
No further details   Letter as at 234 requesting that any share applications he has received, be forwarded  ZTCP/7/236  30 Sep. 1845
No further details   List of share applications for the Oxford and Worcester Extension and Chester Junction Railway  ZTCP/7/237  Undated
No further details   Letter as at 234 requesting the name of a banker for their account  ZTCP/7/238  9 Oct. 1845
No further details   Letter as at 234, enclosing instructions  ZTCP/7/239  25 Oct. 1845
No further details   Letter as at 234, requesting the address of the Clerk of Peace of Cheshire  ZTCP/7/240  8 Nov. 1845
No further details   Letter as at 234 requesting details of the Clerks of the Peace of Chester and Cheshire, with other business  ZTCP/7/241  9 Nov. 1845
No further details   Notice of the application for the Oxford and Worcester Extension  ZTCP/7/242  10 Nov. 1845
No further details   Letter as at 234 concerning deposit of plans with the Clerk of the Peace  ZTCP/7/243  27 Nov. 1845
No further details   Letter as at ZTCP/7/234 as above at ZTCP/7/243  ZTCP/7/244  28 Nov. 1845
No further details   Letter as at 234 requesting Haddock's account  ZTCP/7/245  4 Dec. 1845
No further details   Prospectus for the Oxford and Worcester Extension and Chester Junction Railway, with draft and forms of application for shares  ZTCP/7/246  1845
No further details   General instructions for proceeding with the Oxford and Worcester Extension and Chester Junction Railway Bill  ZTCP/7/247  1845
No further details   Letter from Joseph, Liverpool to his brother James, asking when he will see him again  ZTCP/7/248  7 June 1846
No further details   Letter from Kirkman and Rutherford, 31 St. Swithin's Lane, London to Messrs. Finchett and Co. concerning Forrester v. Jones  ZTCP/7/249  Undated; 1840s?
No further details   Letter from ? & James Cardwell to Joseph Duke, merchant. Chester, asking him to pass a bill for £19. 17s  ZTCP/7/250  Undated; 1840?
No further details   Letter from S. Anslow to Mr. Edwards requesting the plan of the corner of his house which is held by Mr. Finchett  ZTCP/7/251  11 Jan. --1840's ?
No further details   Notice of rent due addressed to an unidentified tenant of Samuel Parry or Joseph Bateman  ZTCP/7/252  Undated 1840s ?
No further details   Letter from J. Smith to J. Finchett concerning the illness of himself and his household  ZTCP/7/253  Undated 1840s ?
No further details   Bundle of memoranda of room measurements and estimates for decorating and building work  ZTCP/7/254  Undated 1840s ?
No further details   Letter from G. Gollar, York Buildings, Northwich to H. Edwards, Exchange, Chester asking him to write to T. Ward of Newcastle concerning a dividend  ZTCP/7/255  Undated 1840s ?
No further details   Letter from William Crosley, Eccleston to J.F. Haddock, asking why Mr. Parry wishes to see him  ZTCP/7/256  Undated 1840s ?
No further details   Bundle of bills and financial memoranda  ZTCP/7/257  Undated 1840s ?
No further details   Instructions for conveyance of a house (one of 18 built for a building society) from Denson and Smith to A.B  ZTCP/7/258  Undated 19th c
No further details   Abstract of deeds and papers relating to a sugar house in Cuppins Lane, Chester, 1740-1818  ZTCP/7/259  Undated 19th c
No further details   Draft abstract of John Fletcher's title to a field adjoining Flookers Brook, 1719-76  ZTCP/7/260  Undated 19th c
No further details   Letter from William Crosley to J.F. Maddock, that he will be away on business and referring to 'a battle of the old Port'  ZTCP/7/261  Undated 19th c
No further details   Letter from Richard Sankey to F. Maddock, promising to pay when he is next in Chester  ZTCP/7/262  Undated 19th c
No further details   Letter from B. Miller to Mr. Finchett informing him that, as Treasurer, he owes the Sick Club £100 and asking for advice  ZTCP/7/263  1 Dec. -- 19th c
No further details   Letter from D.F.I., Temple to J. Finchett concerning the action against Mr. Chamberlaine and asking about the subscriptions to the Sunday Evening Lecture  ZTCP/7/264  Undated 19th c
No further details   Note from Thomas Doe Barrow to Mr. Finchard, asking if the last of the money has been paid  ZTCP/7/265  Undated 19th c
No further details   Letter from Peter ?, Liverpool to George Gregory, 13 Bread Street, London. [Mostly illegible]  ZTCP/7/266  Undated 19th c
No further details   Letter to Mr. Donne, attorney in Crewkerne, Somerset concerning William Broughton, an escapee from Ilchester Gaol  ZTCP/7/267  Undated 19th c
No further details   Draft of part of a legal document  ZTCP/7/268  Undated 19th c
No further details   Draft? lease between [Robert Parr] of Backford, Cheshire, gent., and John Cowper ------, alderman, of property in Backford. [Many references to Alderseys]. 4ff  ZTCP/8/1  25 June 1567
No further details   Counterpart of agreement between William Colby of Eccleston, servant to Sir Richard Grosvenor of Eaton, bart. and Howell ap Edward of Brymboe [Brymbo], co. Denbigh, yeoman, whereby three quarters of the costs of a 'colepitt already begune' in Brymboe should be borne by the said William Colby and the other quarter by the said Howell ap Edward and the profits of the same divided accordingly. Signed: Howell ap Edd; Witnesses: John Brooke, Tho. Pulford. Approved by Sir Richard Grosvenor  ZTCP/8/3  29 June 1637
No further details   Copy letters patent from the King to William Earl of Derby Offices of Master Forester of the Forest of MACCLESFIELD, and Steward of Macclesfield, co. Chester..... All lands ground and meadow of HARROPP, TODDESCLIFFE, WILDBORCLOGH, MUGGELEGH, and SHATTLING-LOWE with appurtenances in the Forest of Macclesfield, etc.. with all profits of the forest, etc........ worth 100s. p. a. Consideration: £200; Note: If these Letters Patent are not inrolled before the Auditor for the County Palatine within one year there is to be a forfeit of £10  ZTCP/8/4  2 Nov. 1640
No further details   Draft Covenant to lead uses from James Worthington of Manchester, co. Lancaster, gent., son and heir of James Worthington, deceased, who was son and heir apparent of Raphe Worthington, late of Snidle, co. Lancaster, esq. deceased. to Thomas Cratchley of Daniells Ash in the parish of Hawarden, co. Flint, gent, of all the messuages, lands, etc. of the said James Worthington in Stanwheale, Haccanty, Moreben, Haruethroppe and Dimsbye, co. Lincoln. To hold to the use of Thomas Cratchley, the younger, Elizabeth, Mary and Martha Cratchley, children of Thomas Cratchley, party hereto by Martha his wife, the relict of James Worthington, deceased, and mother of James Worthington, party hereto, in turn to them and then to the issue of each in order of seniority  ZTCP/8/5  1 July 1665
No further details   Draft assignment of lease from Owen Browne of Brinington, co. Flint, yeoman, and Alice his wife, Thomas Phillipps of Haulghton, co. Flint, yeoman, and Elizabeth, his wife, the said Alice and Elizabeth being daughters of John Williams of Chester, maltster, to John Moulson of Chester, tanner of 2 messuages and tenements on the south side of Foregate Street, Chester, formerly in the tenure of the said John Williams, but then of the said John Moulson, Blanche Noreter, widow, and Ann Nicholls, widow. To hold for the remainder of a term of 60 years granted on 22 Jan. 1638/9 from Wolston Dixie of Market Bosworth, co. Leicester, esq., and Barbara, his wife, to the said John Philips, for the annual rent of £3 10s. Consideration £45  ZTCP/8/6  15 July 1665
No further details   Draft assignment of lease from John Anderson of Chester, merchant, to Thomas Brown of Chester, draper, of a house called Brownes house in Fleshmongers Lane, Chester, with courts, gardens and appurtenances. To hold for the remainder of the term granted on 9 June 1665 from Sir George Warburton of Arley, Cheshire, knt, to the said John Anderson of the same property and also a close near Flookersbrook called Brownes field containing 2 Cheshire acres to hold for the natural lives of Samuel Farrington, son of Charles Farrington of Chester, brewer, Thomas Cross and Daniel Cross, sons of John Cross of the two mills of the heath in Wirral for the annual rent of 52s. and herriot of 2.10s. Annual rent of 26s. to be paid to the said Sir George Warburton. Consideration: £35. Memoranda of bond by Thomas Browne in £100 to perform covenants and of livery seisin  ZTCP/8/7  3 Nov. 1665
No further details   Queries resolved by Mr. Archibold Sparkes concerning Owen Jones Estate  ZTCP/8/8  20 March 1665/6
No further details   Draft or copy of deed to lead the uses of a fine from Thomas Cowper of Chester, ironmonger, and Mathew Anderton to Thomas Throppe, Alderman, and George Ryder of.... Salop, gent. of a messuage and tenement in Argoyed in the township of Overton Forrain, co.Flint, with the appurtenances in Overton Forrain and Overton Villa and closes there called 'the feild whereupon the house standeth the feild before the doore the foure butts Maes y bout the croft at Creesey street the meadow att Creesey street five closes called the clay bychas the marled feild by Aunt Shorretts the pistild meadow and the croft on the hill called pen y dorland'  ZTCP/8/9  21 May 1666
No further details   Release from George Ryder of Salop, gent., to Thomas Cowper of Chester, ironmonger, and Mathew Anderton of Chester of all manner of actions relating to 9  ZTCP/8/10  23 May 1666
No further details   Letters of administration: grant to Margaret Weever, widow, relict of Alexander Weever late of the city of Chester, deceased, of the administration of the said Alexander. Latin, printed and ms  ZTCP/8/11  19 Feb. 1689/90
No further details   Draft of agreement between Lau. Swarbrooke, mariner, and Thomas Reece, for a house to be built by Reece, to given specifications, in Whitefriars Lane, next the house of William Streete, Alderman  ZTCP/8/12  2 Feb. 1692/93
No further details   Draft of release of an eighth part of the tower adjoining the Bridge gate and all authority to trench and mine the streets of the city and to lay water pipes for the carrying of water in pipes from the river Dee to any parts or houses in the city. (1) Sir John Manwaring of Peover, co. Chester, Bart. (2) John Hopkins of Birmingham, co. Warr. gent, and John Hadley of the city of Worcester, gent. Consideration: £40  ZTCP/8/13  1692
No further details   Lease from Lawrence Walsh of Hawarden, co. Flint, gent. to Richard Wright of Chester, gent. of a coal mine in a close called Plantriddings, in [ ] co. Flint. To hold for 21 years. Endorsed: '... not executed'  ZTCP/8/14/1  5 June 1694
No further details   Mortgage from Dalajah Botham of Marston Mountgommery, Derbys, yeoman, to Bluebeth Wood of Uttoxater, Staffs, gentlewoman, and Anna Wood of Uttoxater, gentlewoman, sister of Elizabeth of four closes in Marston Mountgommery. Signature: 'Dalaiah Botham'  ZTCP/8/14/2  3 Jan. 1696/97
No further details   Appointment of attorney. Elizabeth Grimes, widow and administrix of John Grimes of the city of Chester, weaver, appoints Thomas Hand her attorney for the settlement of debts due to her late husband from Hannah Thomas of the same city, widow (for which Hannah Thomas by a mortgage dated 18th May 1694, gave as security the back of her messuage in East Gate Street, then in the holding of Reginald Wittacars, and the part of the same in the holding of Charles Seal, butcher, and the shop and stall in the row of the same in the holding of Daniel Crosse, and the benefit of letting the same in fair time, for a term of 31 years) and for the settlement of £10.10s due from her late husband to Thomas Hand of the city of Chester, Alderman, and £5.13s. due to John Fox, tailor. For the latter amount she has given her bond to Elizabeth Fox, widow and executrix of John Fox, now the wife of Daniel Large, and she is further indebted to Abigail Burroughes of the city of Chester, widow, for £5. Elizabeth Grimes' marks. Seal: shellac, applied. Witnesses: Jo.n Norbury; Ben: Ratcliffe; Thos: Heatley  ZTCP/8/15  5 April 1697
No further details   Rough draft of bond in £500 between Roger Comberbach, esq., Thomas Williams, innholder and Richard Brampton, gent. all of Chester, part owners of the ship called 'Providence' of Mostyn, and Thomas Wright, Thomas Bowker and George Bennion, all merchants of Chester, about the settlement of differences concerning a voyage to Virginia for tobacco  ZTCP/8/16  30 Sep. 1698
No further details   Letter from Tho. Lowe from Salop to Mr. George Binion, grocer in Chester, concerning the price of the lemons last sent to him  ZTCP/8/17  31 Jan. 1700/1
No further details   Letter from John Yarrow, Northgate [Prison] to Mr. Thomas Loe, grocer, in Barker Street, Salop. He asks Loe, his master to use his 'utmost endeavour' with his creditors as, if he is not speedily released from prison he will be utterly ruined. Asks him to tell his wife to come to him in prison so that he may discharge his landlord and so save expense. He is weary of confinement, and is also at a great charge, having to pay 3s. 6d. a week for one meal a day  ZTCP/8/18  4 April 1701
No further details   Letter from Thomas Lowe at Salop. to George Bennion, of Chester, grocer, being an advice note for 100 lemons at £1, these being all that he could spare as the stocks at Bristol are exhausted and there will be no more until a fresh supply arrives  ZTCP/8/19  2 April 1702
No further details   Letter from the same to the same. An advice note for 'China orringes' and lemons. He is daily expecting 4 chests of China oranges but there are no lemons in Bristol  ZTCP/8/20  5 April 1702
No further details   Letter from Thomas Lowe at Salop to George Bennion of Chester, grocer, comprising an advice note for lemons and 'China orringes'  ZTCP/8/21  26 Jan. 1702/3
No further details   Letter from the same to the same. An advice note for 1 large chest of China oranges. The last cost £3 in Bristol. He fears that those coming from Bristol will not be good enough for Binion but does not know until he sees them but they are a good deal cheaper  ZTCP/8/22  3 Feb. 1702/3
No further details   Letter from the same to the same. An advice note for best lemons and 'Sivill orranges' which he sells for 2/ per 1b more than he gives  ZTCP/8/23  16 Feb. 1702/3
No further details   Letter from the same to the same. An advice note for 'Sivill' oranges. He cannot supply lemons or any more. At present he has 6 chests coming up and fears they 'neaped' by the way  ZTCP/8/24  18 March 1702/3
No further details   Letter from the same to the same. Advice note for 1 cask of 'fine Bastard Sugar' and one cask of 'Second Powder Sugar', and new 'currans'; with a note added 31st May 1703, that he has sent the above by the arrion and thanking him and Mrs. Binion for entertainment  ZTCP/8/25  26 May 1703
No further details   Letter from J Benion at Salop for his master Tho. Lowe to the same. An advice note for 1 cask of 'fine new Currans' and 1 cask of Jamaica sugar. The hogshead of brandy is not yet quite empty and the cask of bastard sugar shall come at the first opportunity. The carter could carry no more  ZTCP/8/26  14 June 1703
No further details   Letter from Thomas Lowe at Salop. to the same. An advice note for fine Jamaica sugar. He sent the 'currans' at the beginning of last week and sugar on Thursday and did not doubt they had arrived. He recommends 'a very pretty hogshead of sugar dry good colour ...'  ZTCP/8/27  21 June 1703
No further details   Mr George Binion's account from 7th January 1702[3] to 21st June 1703  ZTCP/8/28  Undated: after 21 June 1703
No further details   Draft of arbitration award by James Mainwaring of the city of Chester, merchant, and John Pemberton of Liverpool, co.Lancaster, merchant, in a dispute between Michael Johnson of the city of Chester, alderman, and other part owners of the ship the Exchange of Chester, and Richard Wirrall, Ezekiall Parr, Richard Gilbert and Thomas Williams, all of Liverpool, merchants, freighters of the said ship in relation to the covenants in a charter party made 6th Feb. 1705/6  ZTCP/8/29  3 July 1706
No further details   Draft of release from Edward Jones, second son of John Jones, late of Gwerny Marle [Gwern y Marl] co.Flint, gent., deceased, to Thomas Jones of Dublin, brewer, of a capital messuage called Gweny Marle and messuages and lands (described) in Caervallough [Caer Fallwch], Soughton and Northop, co. Flint. Consideration: £50  ZTCP/8/30  Undated: 2 June 6? Anne ?c.1707
No further details   Draft apprenticeship indenture of Edward Totty, son of Mary Totty of Holywell, co. Flint, widow, with the consent of John Pugh of Chester, ironmonger, and James Roberts of Chester, ironmonger, his friend, to Roger Comberbach of Chester, esq., recorder, to serve as a clerk to the said Roger for 5 years. Consideration: £60  ZTCP/8/31  ?2 Feb. 1708/9
No further details   Draft assignment of mortgage from Samuel Hotchkis of Whitchurch, co. Salop., gent., by the direction of Thomas Thomason of Chester, cordwainer, to Thomas Bennet of Chester, feltmaker, of a messuage and appurtenances in Upton, co. Cheshire, formerly in the tenure of William Nicholls, gent., and then of the said Thomas Thomason, and also lands in Upton pertaining to the same called the Two Riddings. the Two Lower fields, the Little Meadow and the Flatt, formerly mortgaged by the said Thomas Thomason to the said Samuel Hotchkis, to secure repayment of £350  ZTCP/8/32  15 Oct. 1711
No further details   Draft mortgage from Thomas Billington of Lyons alias Holt co. Denbigh, gent., to Thomas Clubb of Poulton, gent., of a capital messuage in Holt formerly belonging to Thomas Crue, gent., deceased, and then to Thomas Hughes of Holt, gent., a hop yard adjoining the same, a meadow adjoining Holt bridge, divided into three called The Leasowes (field names), to secure repayment of £400  ZTCP/8/33  25 March 1712/13
No further details   Draft agreement between Robert Price of Llanduey [Llanddewi], co. Denbigh, gent., Elizabeth Hughes of Chester, widow, and Lawrence Swarbrecke of Chester, mariner, and John Lightfoot of Little Neston, gent; previous to the marriage of the said Robert Price and the said Elizabeth Hughes, whereby the said Robert Price was to convey to the said Lawrence and John messuages and lands in Llanduey and ?Wicken co.Denbigh. To hold to uses recited  ZTCP/8/34  23 Dec. 1715
No further details   Draft of mortgage of two messuages in Brownslane called Halls of Brownslane and Pinlow's tenement, now in the tenures of Peter Hall and of James Pinlow, Thomas Pinlow and John Burchall; two fields in the lordship of Whitby, co. Chester, now in the tenure of Edward Gaudey; messuage in Hulse, co. Chester, now in the tenure of John Gleave; four messuages in Kingsley, co. Chester, in the tenures of John Jellico, Elizabeth Brerewood, Tho. Weston and Joseph Helsbey; messuage in Kingsley called Tapley's Tenement, now in the holding of John Hall; five messuages in Kerby, in the tenures of John Woodward, John Woodward, Charles Gorse, Alice Grimsditch, widow, and Tho. Lee: between (1) John Hall of Norley, co. Chester, gent. and (2) Peter Hall of Brownslane, co. Chester, gent., son and heir apparent of (1) for 500 years for payment of £1150 on various bonds  ZTCP/8/36  26 Jan. 1715/16
No further details   Draft indenture being a deed to lead the uses of a recovery whereby Roger Comberbach of Chester, esq., Alice his wife and Roger Comberbach, gent., his son, appointed Mathew Meakin of Nantwich, gent., and Thomas Read of Nantwich gent., as tenants to the praecipe for a recovery to be suffered relating to messuages and lands (described with field names) in Nantwich and Stapeley, with John Wicksteed of Nantwich, gent., and Thomas Tagg of Chester as plaintiffs, to the use of the said Roger Camberbach  ZTCP/8/37  1? May 1716
No further details   Bond from Robert Pigot of Peplow, Salop., gent., to William Westby Cotton of Kemberton, Salop., gent., to secure performance of covenants in the penal sum of £500  ZTCP/8/38  9 Feb. 1717/18
No further details   Case with counsel's opinion concerning the will of Thomas Ravenscroft relating to his estate in the parish of Hawarden, co. Flint and coal mining rights in the same. This property was left to his wife Dorothy for life with £500, then to Francis Brampston, serjeant at law, and to Charles Nott of Bybrocke [Bybrook], Kent, gent., and to Edward Parry of 'the Six Clerkes Office London, gent.' In trust for his sisters Anne Lunsford and Dorothy Evatt, wife of Major Evatt, then to their issue, and if they died without issue to his kinsman John Swift and his male heirs.; Opinion on the estate of Dorothy Evatt by R. Comberbach dated 21 May 1719  ZTCP/8/39  21 May 1719
No further details   Copy assignment from Henry Crosby of Chester, cordwainer, with the consent of Benjamin Glover of Chester, gardener, to Thomas Jones of Chester, gent., of a messuage to be on the E. side of Cow Lane, Chester, in trust to attend the inheritance  ZTCP/8/40  1 Oct. 1719
No further details   Letter from Da: Parry at Hewell co. Worcester to [ ]. The bearer, 'my lord's servant' long since lodged some papers in Mr. Adam's hands. The recipient was to peruse and settle the same. Parry asks that what he wants be restored to him and advice given 'to set himself to right'  ZTCP/8/41  11 June 1720
No further details   Letter from John Puleston to [ ] his kinsman. He visited his kinsman's house in Chester when he was last there and saw his wife, his cousin, and promised her some young oaks raised from the acorns which he sent by Samuel Vernon on Saturday last. He gives instructions for raising them and asks if more are required  ZTCP/8/42  7 Dec. 1720
No further details   Account of Mr. Joseph Bassnett debtor to William Cokayn including bills for sugar and other groceries, payments to one Samuel Lee, and for meat, drink, washing and lodging for Humphrey Wynne (?) from 12 May 1720 to 21 September 1720  ZTCP/8/43  Undated: after 21 Sept. 1720
No further details   At Chester. Promissory note. William Henthorn to Mrs. Sarah Sparks for £34. 2s. 10d.  ZTCP/8/44  20 Feb. 1700/01
No further details   Note of rents 1717-1718 relating to Allostock near Peever, Liscard near Wallesey, Saughall Massey, Runcorn fee farm rent; enquiry whether John Rowland of Allerton, co. Salop, carpenter, is living; Robert Norton of Helshull is to show his lease.; Endorsed: 11 March 1720 Receipt for Robert Cooper, collector of Runcorn fee farm rents, for rents and allowed taxes  ZTCP/8/45  11 March 1720/21
No further details   Draft quitclaim from Sarah and Susanna Anderton of the city of Chester, spinsters, daughters of Mathew Anderton, late of the same city, alderman, deceased, to William Anderton of Chester, gent., of a messuage and tanhouse to Foregate Street, Chester  ZTCP/8/46  2 May 1721
No further details   Summons for a witness to appear in a case at Lancaster Assizes in a suit between James Linacarr and Charles Hurleston, Esq. and W. Sephton, defendants, on a plea of trespass  ZTCP/8/47  13 Aug. 1728
No further details   Draft of a mortgage for £1000 and covenant for a recovery of lands mortgages, part lying in the county and part of the city, between (1) W.C. of C. co.L.,Esq. (2) E.P. of the city of C.r, gent. (3) C.H. of N. co. Chester, Esq. With a note "I approve of this Draft -And.w. Kenrick 8 Septr. 1729"  ZTCP/8/48  c. 8 Sep. 1729
No further details   Consent from William Bridges and Richard Cratchley, esqs., executors of the will of Thomas Birkhened of Backford, gent., deceased, with the consent of John Glegg of Neston, gent., Frances his wife, and Deborah Birkhened of Chester, spinster, to John Leigh of Backford to sow a close called Little Collinge containing about 2 Cheshire acres with ?radishwheat that year  ZTCP/8/49  3 Oct. 1729
No further details   Consent from William Bridges, Richard Cratchley, Deborah Birkhenhed, John Glegg and Francis Glegg to John Lee of Backford to plough part of the close called Barfoot Loons for 3 years beginning in 1731 in a certain manner, [described], using marl, in the penal sum of £40 in addition to his annual rent  ZTCP/8/50  29 April 1730
No further details   Draft agreement for a lease from [ ] to (2) William Bridges of a messuage in Nicholas Street, Chester. To hold the same for 2½ years for the annual rent of £6  ZTCP/8/51  10 Dec. 1730
No further details   Lease from Richard Crachley of Broadlane, co. Flint, gent. and William Bridges of Chester, gent., executors and trustees of the will of Thomas Birkhened, late of Backford, co. Chester, to John Lee of Backford, co. Chester, yeoman; of a ½ part of a close in Backford called the Great New ground. To hold for 14 years for the annual rent of £4  ZTCP/8/52  28 Dec. 1730
No further details   Copy of the will of Sir Richard Grosvenor of Eaton, bart  ZTCP/8/53  1731
No further details   Consent from W. Glegg, Deborah Glegg, John Glegg, Frances Glegg, Richard Crachley and William Bridges to John Lee to have 'two floors laid in the shop and the buttery sunk so as to salt cheese in' and other clauses relating to the ploughing of closes on his farm at Backford  ZTCP/8/54  30 Jan. 1732/3
No further details   Draft of a mortgage of a messuage in Sutton Parva in the parish of Eastham, co. Chester, heretofore in the possession of Jonathan Harvie, deceased, and since of Thomas Harvey, late father of Harwar Harvey, and now or late of Wm. Whitehead, to secure £140 and interest and payment of an annuity of £17 to Gaynar, wife of James Thompson. Term: 500 years. Between (1) Wm. Whitehead of Little Sutton, co. Chester, yeoman, and (2) Harwar Harvey of the city of Chester, upholsterer  ZTCP/8/55  2 April 1735
No further details   "Bro: J. Massey's Account from 1723 to 1736"  ZTCP/8/56  1736
No further details   Note from James Massey addressed 'Dr Madam', concerning the disposal of his sister's picture and the small Bible which belonged to his grandmother Massey which had apparently been held by his late aunt  ZTCP/8/57  c.1736
No further details   Draft Release.; 1) John Jackson of Higher Bebbington, co. Chester, yeoman; 2) Rev. Hugh Poole, Clerk, Rector of Bebbington.; Yearly Rent Charge of £1.1s 10d. arising out of a messuage and tenement of 1) in HIGHER BEBBINGTON, co. Chester, which 1) purchased from Charles Cholmondeley, Peter Legh, Peter Brooke, and Thomas Robinson.; Consideration: £29. 9s. 6d  ZTCP/8/58  28 June 1737
No further details   Draft defeasance from John Jones of Llwynon, co. Denbigh, esq., to John Parnell of Chester, gent., of a capital messuage called Old ? Lhoynon in ?Abinbunyvawr co. Denbigh, with lands in ?Abinbunyveith, co. Flint, to hold for 99 years, the same to be void on the payment by the said John Jones of an annuity of £20 to Elizabeth Jones and an annuity of £20 to Parnell Jones, both of Chester, spinsters, during the lives of the said Elizabeth and Parnell, and an annuity of £30 to the said Parnell Jones during his lifetime if she survived the said Elizabeth  ZTCP/8/59  ---- Oct. 1737
No further details   Draft grant.; 1) Charles Cholmondley of Vale Royal, co. Chester, Esq.; 2) Peter Legh of Lyme, co. Chester, Esq. Peter Brooke of Mere, co. Chester, Esq., and Thomas Robinson of Higher Bebbington, co. Chester, gent.; 3) Percival Bateman of Wem, co. Salop, malster, and Thomas Gorst of Newton near Middlewich, co. Chester, gent.; Consideration: £700 from 3); Reciting Act of Parliament re estate of 1) vesting the rectory of SUTTON, co. Chester, and all the tythes (except those of Little Sutton) from 25th March, 1733 in 2) who now grants them to 3)  ZTCP/8/60  2 Aug. 1738
No further details   Draft surrender to the Bishop of Chester of the Rectory of R. co.L. in order to take a new lease  ZTCP/8/61  1738
No further details   Draft grant of a pew  ZTCP/8/62  1738
No further details   Agreement of lease between (1) James Barsley of the city of Chester, chapman, and John Whawell of the said city, yeoman, and (2) Richard Waring of the same city, gardener; of a garden and stable in Northgate Street.; Signed: James Bardsley; John Wheawell; Richard Wareing; Seals: three, shellac; applied on doc. Witnessed: Ralph Dutton Willm. Litherland  ZTCP/8/63  14 Dec, 1743
No further details   Assignees of Tolett v. Prescott. Case as to goods being sent by sea to a person who afterwards, before they came to his hands, became bankrupt and the goods retaken by the vendors  ZTCP/8/64  Hillary Term 1743
No further details   Case concerning an agreement for partnership in the purchase of timber, between Mr. John Okell for himself and company, and Thos. Hincks of Chester, merchant. Thomas Hincks assigned his estate and effects to Messrs. John Hincks Thos. Prescott and Henry Bushell in trust for themselves and other creditors. Mr. Hincks before his failure paid Mr. Hughes half of the purchase price of some timber. The remainder Mr. Hughes claims from Mr. Okell who expects the trustees to allow him the same. Opinion by Wm. Falconer, at Chester April 25th 1748, that Mr. Okell cannot be allowed this unless he had paid the whole account  ZTCP/8/65  25 June 1744
No further details   Copy of the will of Margaret Leenes of the city of Chester, spinster, dated 4 October 1745  ZTCP/8/66  Undated c. 1745
No further details   Draft of covenant between (1) Thomas Weston of Wellerscoat, co. Chester, gent., (2) Robert Walley of Saighton upon the Hill, co. Chester, Esq., and (3) the Rt.Hon. Francis Lord North and Guilford and Sir Walter Wagstaff Bagot of Blithfield, co. Stafford, Bart.; that (1) shall collect the rents of the messuages, farms, lands, etc. of (2) in Saighton otherwise Salghton otherwise Saughton otherwise Soughton upon the Hill and Churton otherwise Churton Heath, co. Chester, in the tenures of Thomas Hignett, Peter Hampton, and Peter Dutton, amounting to £341 and, after deducting his salary, apply the same to payment of the interest on £6000 secured on a mortgage in fee of the above property to (3)  ZTCP/8/67  1746
No further details   Indenture between (1) Charles Bill of Lyons Inn. co. Middlesex, gent., and Michael Barbor of the same place, gent. and (2) Richard Radley of Nantwich, co. Chester, gent. and Samuel Radley, his son; for Samuel to serve as clerk to (1) for five years. Signed: Cha: Bill; Mich.1 Barbor. Seals: applied in shellac. Witnessed: Jno. Seton; P.Uriel. Note: "The five years Dyet within to be found by ye Clerk is val:d at ten pound per annum-". Memo: 28 Jan. 1746/47/ of payment of duty of 25s  ZTCP/8/68  29 Dec. 1746
No further details   Draft deed to lead the uses of several fines to be levied in co. Denbigh and the county of the city of Chester between (1) Hamnet Dobb of the city of Chester, gent. cousin and heir of Samuel Jarvis, Alderman, deceased [Mayor 1742], and Tho: Husband late of Elsemere, co. Salop, and now of the city of Chester, gent. and (2) Edward Partington of the city of Chester, gent. and Jno. Kelsall of the same city, gent  ZTCP/8/69  1748
No further details   Note of covenant to lead the uses of a fine. Concerns Hamnet Dobb  ZTCP/8/70  1748
No further details   Draft of a recovery brought by William Bankes, Esq. in the Portmote court on 23rd April 23Geo. II [1750] of fourteen messuages, two shops, three cellars, one warehouse, three coachhouses, one barn, eighteen stables, two orchards, fifteen gardens, an acre of land and ten shillings rent in Watergate Street, Bridge Street, Northgate Street and Foregate Street, and in Weavers Lane, Commonhall Lane, Parsons Lane, Trinity Lane, Barn Lane and Crooks Lane, that he might convey the same in fee simple to Peter Morgan  ZTCP/8/71  c.1751
No further details   Draft of "Charter party of affraightment" for a voyage to Rotterdam and Petersburgh; between (1) Joseph Dean, master of the ship the Elizabeth and Rebecca (burden 130 tons) now lying at Liverpool, and (2) Thomas Prescott of Chester, merchant. Reference to possible necessity of unloading part of cargo at Parkgate or Dawpool "to ease" the ship  ZTCP/8/72  2 March 1752
No further details   Case with Mr. William Falconer's Opinion as to a Bill of Exchange from Mr. Parry to Margaret O'Neale of Dublin, which was not presented and the drawer, Mr. Massey became a bankrupt. The loss will therefore fall on Mrs. O'Neale  ZTCP/8/73  5 March 1753
No further details   Draft of mortgage of a messuage on the north side of East-gate Street called the Phenix, in the holding of Peter Golding, maltster; a messuage on the back part of the same in the holding of Charles Worrall, mariner; a hatter's workhouse lately built by (1) near the last mentioned; and a shop or cellar under the Phenix, for 500 years to secure £300 and interest; between (1) James Poole of Chester, feltmaker, and (2) John Poole of Little Heaton, co. Lancaster, chapman (brother of (1))  ZTCP/8/74  30 April 1753
No further details   Draft declaration for Thomas Wilson, plaintiff, against John Wilson (son and heir at law of Samuel Wimson, deceased, of Liverpool, co.Lancaster, innkeeper) defendant, in a plea of debt of £50  ZTCP/8/75  c.28 Feb. 1756
No further details   Draft security for annuity of £10. 1) Trafford Barnston of Churton, co. Chester 2) Martha Morrey of the City of Chester, spinster, now servant to Elizabeth Hurleston of the same, spinster. Consideration: 5s. Annuity arising out of messuage and lands of 1) in FARNDON, co. Chester, in the tenure of Richard Holme under yearly rent of c. £20  ZTCP/8/76  11 June 1756
No further details   Surrender to extinguish term. 1) Edward Bushel of the City of Chester, gent., and Hannah Walton of the same, widow, executor and executrix of Thomas Walton of the same, baker, deceased. 2) William Walton of the City of Chester, baker, and William Walton, yeoman, his son. Messuage on west side of Northgate Street, CHESTER, in the occupation of Hannah Walton, widow; three stables with appurtenances on the same side in the possession of Catherine Bigens, widow, Cornelius Holbrooke and Samuel Young. Another messuage on the west side of Northgate Street in the possession of James Banks, William Boyle and Edward Davies and another messuage there in the possession of John Allenson. Reciting: Mortgage of 22nd May, 1731, to secure £30. 11d. and £7.17s.4d., for a term of 40 years. Assignment dated 25th October, 1738. Seals: Two, beast; shellac; applied on document. Signatures: Edwd. Russell: Hannah Walton Witnessed: John Cross; Richard Case  ZTCP/8/77  22 July 1756
No further details   Draft assignment between (1) John Bostock late of Tarporley, co.Chester, and now of Clotton Hoofield, co.Chester, yeoman, and (2) James Ankers of Clotton Hoofield, yeoman, of an estate in Wardle otherwise Wardhall, co.Chester, to which he will become entitled on the death of his mother, Katherine Bostock, as (2) married the only daughter of (1) and maintains him. Subject to payment of an annuity or yearly rent charge of £10 by (2) to (1)  ZTCP/8/78  8 June 1757
No further details   Draft of mortgage to secure £121. 12s. 11½d on property in Holywell, co. Flint. for a term of 500 years; between (1)-- Coff, of Holywell, and (2) Joseph Dyson of the city of Chester, wine merchant  ZTCP/8/79  1757
No further details   Draft bill of legal costs due to Mr. Richard Platt and incurred in Harrison & others, deforceants, Walker v. Fox, and Walker v. Shotten  ZTCP/8/80  1758
No further details   Draft surrender by 1) of her estate for life in her jointure estate in order for 2) to suffer a Recovery. 1) Mary Aldersey of Wigan, co. Lancs., widow of Thomas Aldersey, late of Wigan, Doctor of Physic, deceased 2) The Rev. Samuel Aldersey of Aldersey, co.Chester, clerk, brother and heir of Dr. Thomas Aldersey. Messuage and lands in SPURSTOW, co.Chester, called Burroughs Tenement and several closes called the Chicken Greaves heretofore in the tenure of John Billington. Messuage in BUNBURY, co.Chester, called Milton's Tenement and lands (names given) heretofore in the tenure of Abraham Done  ZTCP/8/81  1759
No further details   Draft release being a conveyance from Elizabeth Burroughs of Hoole, Cheshire, spinster, daughter of James Burroughs of Chester, mercer, and Anne his wife, both deceased, to John Cross of Chester, gent., and William Widdens of the same, merchant, of the moiety of messuages, shops. etc on the S. side of Eastgate Street in the parish of St. Peter in the tenure of Thomas Lea, grocer, Robert Aldersey, woolendraper, Thomas Bowers, linendraper, Joseph Butler, bricklayer, James Butler, cutler, and John ?Culen, staymaker and the moiety of messuages and lands in Hoole  ZTCP/8/82  18 March 1760
No further details   Case and opinion by Mr. Wilbraham of Lincolns Inn, concerning the will of Nicholas Parker, who held lands in the counties of Lancaster and Chester, dated 11th June 1747, and the Settlement dated 19th June 1751 in consideration of the marriage intended between Jane Parker, one of his neices, and Jno. Tarlston, which took place on 25th June 1751. The question being whether the bond to secure £200 to Jane on her marriage should be considered part of a legacy of £300 left her by the will. It was thought that she was entitled to £100 of the legacy only  ZTCP/8/83  16 June 1763
No further details   Case and opinion by Mr. Falconer at Chester relative to goods being delivered to a warehouse keeper, Mr. Dix, by the order and for the use of a person, Jno. Thomas who afterwards became a bankrupt  ZTCP/8/84  23 July 1763
No further details   Case and opinion by Mr. R. Wilbraham of Lincolns Inn, relating to the personal estate of Susan Robinson, daughter of Jonathan Robinson by his wife, Susan, who died intestate on 13th November 1743, and naming the relations with equal claim to the same  ZTCP/8/85  29 April 1765
No further details   Opinion of Geo. Harris, Doctors Commons, concerning Mr. Hully's cause that Ranow is a distinct chapelry and not within the chapelry of Macclesfield and that he should not be compelled to contribute to the repairs of Macclesfield Chapel. This is a case for Common Law to decide before proceeding to a spiritual court  ZTCP/8/86  15 Aug. 1765
No further details   Case and opinion by Mr. Recorder, Rob: Townsend relating to the purchase of leasehold premise devised by will. Mr. Roger Ormes by his will of 27th May 1763 gave to his nephews John Huxley and Thos. Huxley his two houses with the passage between them leading into Eastgate Street, near St. Oswalds Church yard, in the holdings of Batho & Mary Weigh, which he held under the Dean and Chapter. On 25th November 1763 he received, on surrender of the old, a new lease for twenty-one years. How did this affect the nephews' title as they wish to sell the term in the same  ZTCP/8/87  12 Oct. 1765
No further details   Rex.v. Ridgeway. Copy of Defendant's Certiorari  ZTCP/8/88  12 Sep. 1766
No further details   Draft of deed of covenant between (1) the Rt. Hon George Lord Vernon Baron of Kinderton in the County Palatine of Chester, and (2) Thos. Brock of the city of Chester, Esq., concerning suit of court for the manor of Cotton juxta Christleton, and lands etc. in Cotton juxta Christleton, Cotton Edmonds, Stanthorn, Christleton, and elsewhere purchased by (2) from (1)  ZTCP/8/89  1766
No further details   Copy case. Rex v. Inhabitants of Llanverras, in Denbighshire. Two Justices removed Evan Hughes, aged 13 and 4 other children from Northop, co. Flint, to Llanverras. On appeal the Sessions confirmed this. In 1764 Evan Hughes, their father, rented a tenement of £10 a year in the parish of Llanverras, and this entitled him to settlement but he immediately sub-let part for £8 a year, so living in part worth only 40s. How did this affect his settlement? Various opinions  ZTCP/8/90  Mich. Term, 1767
No further details   Opinion by Mr. R. Perryn at Chester respecting the intended purchase by Mr. Brereton of the Holt Estate from Mrs. Crewe in exchange for another of equal value to be similarly settled  ZTCP/8/91  14 Sep. 1767
No further details   Draft surrender of term of 21 years. 1) Thomas Slaughter of the City of Chester, Esq., John Mostyn of Tegroit, co. Denbigh, Esq., Richard Richardson of the City of Chester, Esq., Paul Panton of Holywell, co. Flint, Esq., Bell Lloyd of Pontryfyddin, co.Denbigh, Esq., surviving executor of the late Rev. Thomas Ince, late of the City of Chester, clerk, deceased, Elizabeth Mostyn now or late of Denbigh, spinster, Henry Thornhill of Darley Hall, near Derby, Esq., John Twigg of Holme near Bakewell, co. Derby, Esq., Thomas Smedley and Francis Smedley, both of Bagillt, co. Flint., gentlemen, John Doulbin of Llanganhavall, co. Denbigh, gent., and John Denman, of Holywell, gent. 2) John Davies of Llannerch, co.Denbigh, Esq., Mines under or upon several messuages and tenements of Robert Davies in pa.s. KILKEN, MOLD, co.Flint. then or late in the several holdings of Edward Lloyd Griffith, Robert Griffith Williams, John Griffith, Jane Edwards, Edward Jones and Elizabeth Hughes, and beyond the river Allen in the township of GWERNAFIELD, then or late in the holding of John Venables (exceptions). Consideration: 5s. apiece; Note of partners and shares held. Date of original lease 20th February, 1758  ZTCP/8/92  1767
No further details   Draft of mortgage from (1) George Davies of Holywell, co.Flint. surgeon and apothecary, and (2) Richard Richardson of the city of Chester, Esq., re land in Whitford and Llanasaph, co.Flint  ZTCP/8/93  23 Sep. 1768
No further details   Draft limitation of a rent charge of £16. 1) Hugh Hughes Lloyd of Gwenlas, co. Merioneth, Esq. and Margaret his wife. 2) Susanna Williams of the City of Chester, spinster. Consideration: £200; Capital messuage and tenement called Bashell Hall with all the lands, late in the tenure of Richard Walmesley, Esq. late father of Margaret, and Benjamin Wilson as tenant thereof under him and now in the tenure of 1) or of Benjamin Wilain and Thomas Croasdale as tenants; also the farm called Baskall Town Farm and the lands, now or late in the tenure of James Alston as undertenant of 1). Also the farm known as Bakeridge or the Backridge Farm in Baskall in the tenure of Benjamin Wilson; a farm called Blackhill Farm in Baskall, late in the tenure of Richard Dugdale, and now of John Bertwistle as undertenant; a farm called Leeming's Tenement or Lower House Farm in the tenure of James Dawson; farm called Turner's (?) Farm or Horse Hey Farm in Baskall in the tenure of Richard Brennand; a water corn mill called Baskall Mill; tythes in Beskell (with some exceptions); a moiety of the Manor of Baskall; All in BASKALL  ZTCP/8/94  10 Oct.1768
No further details   Draft declarations in an action for ejectment from a messuage and lands, etc, at Crewe near Farndon, co. Chester, brought by Eleazer Shepley against John Whitehead late of Tarvin, co.Chester, yeoman, with notice signed by John Whitehead to Edward Fellow, tenant in possession  ZTCP/8/95  7 March 1769
No further details   Draft grant of rent of 5s. p.a. 1) Sir Robert Cunliffe, late of Liverpool, co.Lancs., but now of the City of Chester, Bart., John Williams of Bodlewiddan, co. Flint, Esq.; William Shawe of Preston, co.Lancs. Esq., and Thomas Marsden of the City of Chester, Esq. 2) Elizabeth Bennett of Moston, co.Chester, widow, Bennett Williams of Bodlewiddan, Esq., Dame Mary Cunliffe of Moston, widow of Sir Ellis Cunliffe late of Saighton, co.Chester, Bart., deceased, John Townsend of Moston, Esq. and Anne his wife, Sarah Bennett of Moston, spinster, Jane Bennett of the same, spinster. 3) Sir John Chetwode of Oakley, co.Stafford, Bart. Consideration: £9. and 5s. apiece. Chief rent of 5s. p.a. arising out of a messuage on the west side of Northgate Street, CHESTER, now or late the estate of George Smith, gent, and now or late in the tenure of Katherine Kenna, spinster... Attested: 3rd May, 1769. Note: 36 years purchase of old rent. Mrs. S. Bennett to Mr. Cross  ZTCP/8/96  ? 3 March 1769
No further details   Copy case and opinion by G. Nares, Carey Street concerning the bringing of an ejectment against the tenant, Thomas Corn, of a farm in the manor of Haslington. Mr. Sparrow purchased the manor and as Corn's offer was below the rent required he gave him notice to quit but he has not done so  ZTCP/8/97  23 June 1769
No further details   Draft surrender: Halmote at Farnworth. Henry Docksey of the City of Chester, clerk, and Elizabeth his wife - customary tenants of the manor of Widnes, to Alen Woods of Tamworth, yeoman. A moiety of a capital messuage and tenement in WIDNES, called the Peel House, and lands belonging thereto, etc. in WIDNES (names given); Note: 'I have perused this Draft and approve thereof' H. Hayward, Chester, 10th August, 1769'  ZTCP/8/98  14 Aug. 1769
No further details   Draft Surrender: Halmote at Tamworth, Henry Docksey of Chester, clerk and Elizabeth his wife, customary tenants of the manor of Widnes to John Roscoe of Liverpool, co. Lancs., merchant. Moiety of messuage, etc., in WIDNES called the Peel House, fields (names given), now in the holding of Edward Ashton... Note: 'I have perused this Draft and approve thereof. H. Hayward. Chester. Augt. 10th 1769.'  ZTCP/8/99  14 Aug. 1769
No further details   Draft declaration for Joshua Davenport against Arabella Mottram of Cheadle, co.Chester, widow (administrix of Peter Mottram late of Mottram Andrew, yeoman, deceased) in a plea of trespass concerning occupation of two cottages and tenements in Woodford, co. Chester  ZTCP/8/100  1769
No further details   Declaration for Philip Clowes against Thomas Littler and Samuel Ramsbotham in a plea of trespass upon the case to the damage of the said Philip of £20, for enticing Elizabeth Tootle from working in his silk mills in Macclesfield  ZTCP/8/101  1769
No further details   Draft of deed for better securing an annuity of £130 to (3); between (1) Hugh Harper of Oakley, co.Stafford, gent., (2) Sir John Chetwode of Oakley, Bart., and (3) Mary Chetwode of the city of Chester, spinster, (one of the daughters of Sir Jno. Chetwode, late of Oakley, Bart. deceased, and aunt of (2).)  ZTCP/8/102  31 Oct 1770
No further details   Copy of a case relating to a legacy of £130 bequeathed by the will of John Knightley, Esq. to the heirs at law of Mr. William Massey of Puddington, and of Mr. Wilbraham's opinion therein, given 30th December 1761, with a pedigree, and a duplicate of receipt given by Peter Hale for £65, his share thereof, which is signed: Peter Hale and witnessed by Dan: Smith and John Cross  ZTCP/8/103  18 Dec. 1770
No further details   Draft surrender of life estate of 1). 1) Hannah Warrington of Sandbach, co.Chester, spinster; 2) William Warrington of - co.Lancs,Esq. and nephew of William Warrington of Chester, gent., deceased 25/6 July, 1744, who left the property in trust for his sisters Anne, Mary, Ellinor and Hannah. Messuage with appurtenances in White Fryars Lane on the northside, then in the holding of John Williams, barber; another messuage there in the holding of - Butler, widow; messuage on the south side of the land in the holding of - Dewsbury, widow. Messuage with garden on the north side of Cuppings Lane in the holding of Geatley; messuage and garden on the northside of the same lane in the holding of Edward Bellis; coachhouse in Common hall Lane in the holding of Thomas Tilston, Doctor in Physic, two gardens..... [Note ref to sugar houses in holding of Andrew Kendrick]  ZTCP/8/104  1770
No further details   Draft security for annuity. 1) Sir John Glynn of Broadlane, pa. Hawarden, co.Flint, Bt. 2) Augusta Beaumont of Broadlan, spinster. Reciting bond in £100 for payment of annuity of £50 p.a. Annuity issuing out of several messuages, lands, etc. of 1) in township of EWLOE and pa. HAWARDEN, co.Flint, now in the occupation of Charles Duckworth, William Rennick, John Leach and Mrs. Doughty... now let at £7 p.a  ZTCP/8/105  16 Oct. 1771
No further details   Copy declaration for Joseph Jackson against Randle Lunt, defendant, in a plea of debt of £150. Lunt occupied two closes in the township of Hatherton in the parish of Wybunbury, co.Chester, called Brook House Moor and Park Moss and for six years he paid no tythes to Jackson, who, from 25th November 1764 until 25th November 1771, farmed the same  ZTCP/8/106  Post 25 Nov. 1771
No further details   Draft declaration for John Booth, junior, against Thomas Lea, defendant, in a plea of trespass upon the case to the damage of £500. John Booth married Mary Lea, daughter of Thomas Lea, at Congleton in December 1771 but his father-in-law did not pay to him the monies agreed in the Settlement made 19th December 1771  ZTCP/8/107  Post 19 Dec. 1771
No further details   Copy case and opinion of Mr. Geo: Harris of Doctors Commons, concerning a case in the Consistory Court at Chester brought by the Chapelwardens of the parochial chapel of Macclesfield against William Booth of Macclesfield Forrest for non-payment of a chapel rate as he claimed that Macclesfield Forrest lay without the said chapelry. Sentence was pronounced against him but the question arises of its nullity as he was not rated in the said assessment but his father, John Booth, who was then living, was. The mistake arose from the libel  ZTCP/8/108  20 Dec. 1771
No further details   Close copy of the defendants' plea and Mr Townsend's and Mr Davenport's opinions in the case between Evan Warburton, plaintiff, and William Warburton and Jno. Bower, defendants, in a plea of debt of £100. The defendants claim that the Rev. William Twyford of Didsbury, co. Lancaster, clerk, William Taylor of Altrincham, co.Chester, glover, and Hugh Worthington of Hough within Wilmslow, yeoman, named as arbitrators in a bond, did not publish an award before 9th December as specified and so the bond is void  ZTCP/8/109  Post 30 Dec. 1771
No further details   Draft of deed of covenant between (1) Charles Bate of Namptwich, co.Chester, gent., guardian of Thomas Williams, grandson and heir of Thomas Williams of Namptwich, gent., deceased, who survived Wm. Maisterson of the same place, Esq.,------ of the same place, gent., a minor aged 19 years, and said Thomas Williams, and (2) Walter Thomas of the city of Chester, Esq., and John Chaimberlain of the same city, merchant; that on attaining his majority Thomas Williams will convey to (2) all his right and title (under the Act of 7 Geo.II.) for making the river Weever navigable from Winsford Bridge to Nantwich and maintaining the same: with a draft of the receipt by Chas. Bate for £50 from (2) as consideration  ZTCP/8/110  23 Jan. 1772
No further details   Draft declaration concerning premises in Marple, co.Chester demised to Samuel Waterwoods for a term of years by Elizabeth Low, widow; and premises in the same demised to him by John Sydebotham, for Samuel Wateroods, Plaintiff against John Whitehead, defendant in a plea of ejectment  ZTCP/8/111  1772
No further details   Court of Common Pleas: draft declaration on ejectment  ZTCP/8/112  Trinity Term 1772
No further details   Draft declaration for Eliz: Holford, spinster, plaintiff, against Martha Holford, widow (Administrix of the goods and chattels, rights and credits of Alice Lees, deceased) defendant, in a plea of trespass upon the case to the damage of £70 for monies due on promissory notes on behalf of Alice Lees  ZTCP/8/113  Post 20 June 1772
No further details   Exchequer Court in the County Palatine of Chester: draft bill of complaint in an action of ejectment brought by Sir Henry Harpur of Caulke, co.Derby, concerning lands at Rowton otherwise Roweton otherwise Rowe Christleton in the lordship of Christleton, v. Mr. Robert Dod and others, with notice to the latter being the tenants in possession, signed by Richard Badville  ZTCP/8/114  Trinity Term 1773
No further details   Draft declaration for James Shipplebotham, plaintiff, against James Hulme, defendant, in a plea of trespass upon the case to the damage of £20, the plaintiff having lost various goods at Congleton which the defendant found and converted to his own use  ZTCP/8/115  Post 5 Aug. 1773
No further details   Copy declaration for Peter Wright, George Robinson and George Voce, plaintiffs, against Sarah Davenport, widow defendant, in a plea of trespass upon the case to the damage of £40 arising from several promissory notes  ZTCP/8/116  1773
No further details   Case between the Inhabitants of Nether Aldersey and the Inhabitants of Over Aldersey relating to the settlement of Thomas Barber, his wife and children; with the opinion of Mr. Robt. Townsend  ZTCP/8/117  13 Dec. 1773
No further details   Copy case and Mr. Rob: Townsend's opinion concerning the conviction in £10 of John Bradbury of Kettleshulme, surveyor of the highways in that township on the complaint and evidence of Mathew Wheelton, surveyor of the Turnpike Road there, that the list he furnished concerning the assessment of every person within the township liable to do Statute work was inaccurate; concerning the land-owners' opinion that he should not have been convicted and the making of an appeal  ZTCP/8/118  9 March 1774
No further details   Draft of a mortgage for term of 400 years for securing £1000 and interest, of a messuage and lands in Hale in the parish of Bowden, co.Chester, between (1) Geo: Burgess of Dunham Massey, co.Chester, yeoman, (2) Wm. Taylor of Altrincham, co.Chester, glover, and (3) Danl. Orred of the city of Chester, surgeon  ZTCP/8/119  24 June 1774
No further details   Draft declaration for George Warburton against Francis Swindell to the damages of £300 for the loss of his wife, Ellen. Signed by Rob: Townsend  ZTCP/8/120  Post 3 Aug. 1774
No further details   Draft declaration for Thomas Ward and Elizabeth, his wife (Elizabeth being administrix of Robt. Swindells her former husband, deceased), plaintiffs, against John Ardern late of Bunbury, co.Chester, butcher, defendant, in a plea of covenant broken; that he has failed to observe the conditions of his lease of premises in Macclesfield, co.Chester  ZTCP/8/121  Post 10 Aug. 1774
No further details   Copy case concerning the settlement of John Warmingham's widow and two children in Altrincham, with Mr. Rob: Townsend's opinion  ZTCP/8/122  12 Sep. 1774
No further details   Copy case between the inhabitants of Lower Withington and Siddington on the settlement of Thomas Almond, Esther, his wife, and William, Jesse, Mary and John their children, with Mr. Rob: Townsend's opinion  ZTCP/8/123  22 Sep. 1774
No further details   Draft declaration for Thomas Lake, Richard Lake, William Charles Lake and John Dicas, plaintiffs, against Peter Ackerley, the younger, and Mary, his wife, later Mary Parson, widow (Mary being the sole executrix of Wm. Gleave, deceased) defendants, in a plea of trespass upon the case to the damage of £9 for goods sold and delivered to Gleave in his lifetime  ZTCP/8/124  Post 17 Nov. 1774

Folder icon  Draft of deed of covenant between (1) Wm. Hyde of the city of London, Richd. Hyde of the same city, only child and heir apparent of Wm. Hyde, and Starkie Hyde of the same city, devisees in the will of Eliz: Hyde late of the city of Chester, spinster, deceased, (2) Margt. Taylor of the city of Chester, spinster, sole executrix of Eliz. Hyde, and (3) Jno. Philpot of the Inner Temple, gent. and Joseph Eaton of the city of Chester, clerk; concerning the delivery of title deeds etc. of an estate in Frodsham, co.Chester  ZTCP/8/125  1774


No further details   Draft declaration for John Thurstout, plaintiff, against Robert Hughes, defendant in a plea of trespass to the damage of £40; in Recovery of premises and lands in Holywell and Halkin, co.Flint. by John Hughes  ZTCP/8/126  Post 18 April 1775
No further details   Declaration for Thomas Cork, plaintiff, against Daniel Morris, defendant, in a plea of trespass upon the case to the damage of £42 (part missing) owed for work, labour and service and money expended  ZTCP/8/127  Post 5 July 1775
No further details   Letter from Ja: Wright from Knutsford to Mr. Cross, Chester, concerning the bankruptcy and settlement of the affairs of Mrs. Cross, who had worked as a milliner  ZTCP/8/128  31 Dec 1775
No further details   Mr. Recorded Townsend's opinion upon Mr. Wright's letter about Mrs. Cross's dealings  ZTCP/8/129  1 Jan. 1776
No further details   Letter from Ja: Wright from Knutsford to Mr. Cross, Attorney in Chester, concerning the state of his sister, Mrs Cross's, affairs and her bankruptcy  ZTCP/8/130  4 Jan. 1776
No further details   Mr. Recorder Townsend's opinion upon Mr. Wright's letter of the 4th Jan  ZTCP/8/131  5 Jan. 1776
No further details   Draft declaration for John Ford, Esq. plaintiff, against Thos. Millington, defendant, in a plea of debt for £79.4.0. for rent due upon a lease of lands in Sandbach, co.Chester  ZTCP/8/132  Post 2 Jan. 1776
No further details   Copy of bargain and sale and settlement of the following estate: Joynsons Tenement in Tattenhall and part of a great wood called the Higher Heys, with lands belonging to the same, and Walleys Tenement, etc. (subject to a mortgage by Bargain and Sale of 10th and 11th April 1775, and two yearly rent charges annuities) between (1) Peter Hampton, the elder, of Tattenhall, co.Chester, gent., (2) Peter Hampton, the younger, of Tattenhall, only son and heir apparent of (1), and (3) Thomas Carr of Broxton, co. Chester, yeoman. (7pp.)  ZTCP/8/133  24-25 Sep, 1776
No further details   Denbighshire:draft declaration for Samuel Waterwood against John Jones, defendant, in a plea of trespass and ejectment re lands in Meriadog, pa. St. Asaph  ZTCP/8/134  Post 12 Dec. 1776
No further details   Close copy declaration for Thomas Harrison against William Smith, defendant, in a plea of trespass to the damage of £9 re the sale of a heifer  ZTCP/8/135  Post 9 April 1777
No further details   Draft declaration for the petitioner in a plea of debt of £10 against Jonathan Buckley, defendant, for a forfeiture for drawing more horses on a highway than he ought to have done by the Highway Act of 13 Geo: III, with a note that John Buckley is to be commanded to pay the money which he unjustly detains  ZTCP/8/136  23 June 1777
No further details   Copy case and Mr. L. Kenyon's opinion respecting the sale of some cheese  ZTCP/8/137  23 April 1778
No further details   Office copy of declaration for Joseph Wyatt against William Whitelegg and James Whitelegg, defendants, in a plea of trespass to the damage of £50 for breaking and entering his messuage and yard at Sale, co.Chester and causing damage  ZTCP/8/138  Post 8 Feb. 1779
No further details   Copy of opinion given by R.D. Arden concerning Statute duty owed by the inhabitants of the township of Godley re the new turn-pike road there  ZTCP/8/139  7 April and 17 Feb. 1779
No further details   Draft declaration for John Ogden against John Gatley, defendant, in a plea of trespass to the damage of £9 by his dogs worrying sheep, etc  ZTCP/8/140  Post 10 May 1779
No further details   Copy declaration for the Rev. Joseph Brereton, clerk, plaintiff, against Samuel Yardley otherwise Eardley, defendant, in a plea of trespass to the damage of £200 for defamation  ZTCP/8/141  Post 1 June 1779
No further details   Draft declaration for Nathan Jackson, gent, one of the attorneys, plaintiff, against James Bradbury, defendant, in a plea of trespass to the damage of £9 for business done by him for the defendant and expences incurred for him  ZTCP/8/142  Post 14 July 1779
No further details   Copy draft of grant of rent charge £17. 1) Anna Maria Mostyn of Llowesog, co. Denbigh, widow 2) Margaret Humphreys of Ruthin, co. Denbigh, widow 3) Walter Thomas of the City of Chester, Esq. Consideration: 5s. Messuage and tenement with lands etc. in pa. LLANRHAIADER in KINMERCH, co. Denbigh, known as Penny Cae now or late in the tenure of Jane Parry, widow. Demise of the premises to 3) for term of 60 years if 2) shall so long live  ZTCP/8/143  29 Sep. 1779
No further details   Appointment of Charles Potts as Commissioner for the County Palatine of Lancaster with power to take affidavits concerning any matter in the Chancery of the County Palatine of Lancaster and in the Courts of Session for the County during the royal pleasure  ZTCP/8/144  9 Nov. 1779
No further details   Declaration for Susannah Broadbent, plaintiff, against William Gartside, defendant, in a plea of trespass to the damage of £10 for arrears due from him re his occupancy of lands in Tintwistle, co. Chester  ZTCP/8/145  Post 9 March 1780
No further details   Case and opinion of Mr. Wm. Beard, Newcastle, concerning Joseph Bancroft's settlement. His father had apprenticed him in Bollin Fee, co. Chester, where he served his term. He is a pauper and the overseers of Bollin Fee wish him to be removed to Mobberley. Although certified his apprenticeship entitles him to settlement in Bollin Fee  ZTCP/8/146  3 May 1780
No further details   Draft of deed of covenant between (1) William Gregson, James Bridge, Thomas Earl and Thomas Birch Esq.s, all of Liverpool, co. Lancaster, merchants and (2) Mary Pownall of Liverpool, indemnifying (2) respecting a bond between (1) and (2) dated 2nd October 1773, in £1000 for repayment of £500 and interest, which (1) assigned to John Brown of Liverpool, merchant, by an indenture dated 19th May 1780  ZTCP/8/147  19 May 1780
No further details   Copy case and opinion of Mr. J. Mansfield, 'Temple', concerning James Priestnall's resistance to having his house searched on an information by Jas. Lockett, gamekeeper of the manor of Cheadle Mosely, in which the house lay, for keeping a dog and using instruments for the destruction of game. James Lockett was appointed by Wm. Bamford, to whom the manor had been devised by Mrs. Ann Bamford, although he had not reached the age of 25 and the estate was administered by trustees  ZTCP/8/148  7 Aug. 1780
No further details   Copy declaration for Wm. Greaves, plaintiff, against Samuel Shaw and John Chapman, executors of John Greaves, deceased, defendants, in a plea of trespass to the damage of £100, for goods sold and delivered, work done and money paid, by William Greaves on account of the late John Greaves  ZTCP/8/149  Post Nov. 1780
No further details   Flintshire: draft declaration for John Thomas, assignee of David Roberts, Esq. late Sheriff co. Flint., plaintiff, against Edward Hughes and Josiah Hughes, both farmers, defendants, in a plea of debt of £13.10.0. on assignment of a bail bond  ZTCP/8/150  Post Dec. 1780
No further details   Copy case and opinion of Mr. Rob: Townsend concerning three cargoes of kelp sent by Mr. John McDougall to Mr. John Rogers of the city of Chester, merchant, now deceased, and the payment by his widow, Mrs. Eliz: Rogers of the outstanding part of Mc.Dougall's share, and the disposal of the third cargo yet remaining  ZTCP/8/151  12 Feb. 1781
No further details   Copy case and opinion of Mr. Rob: Townsend concerning Mrs. Rogers' action respecting a cargo of hides, skins and kelp, sent aboard the Hopewell, from Messrs. Patterson and Fletcher of Londonderry, Ireland, merchants, under an agreement between them and her late husband, who died before its arrival in Chester  ZTCP/8/152  23 Feb. 1781
No further details   Case and opinion of Mr. Rob: Townsend advising that Thomas Downward, the elder, rope maker, should bring an action at law against Hugh Williams, late Captain or Master of a brigantine called the Alexander of Parkgate in the Port of Chester, which sailed from Parkgate to Dublin and was lately sold by Hugh Williams for the owners, concerning non-payment for work done on her rigging  ZTCP/8/153  25 June 1781
No further details   Instructions for the declaration in a case brought in the Chester Sessions re the same, with a note by Jos: Bower at Newton  ZTCP/8/154  10 Sep. 1781
No further details   Draft declaration for Geo: Voce (who had survived Peter Wright, his late partner, deceased) plaintiff, against Samuel Jackson, defendant, in a plea of trespass to the damage of £120, for non-payment of money due for keeping defendant's mare with hay and corn, for drugs and medicine provided for his horses and dressing them, etc  ZTCP/8/155  Post 28 Aug. 1781
No further details   Copy case and opinion of Mr. Rob: Townsend respecting a distress for rent due from Thomas Walker to William Priestner, replevin, etc. re premises in Timporley, co. Chester, with a note, by Jos: Bower of the declaration for the plaintiff and defendant respectively in the County Court, co. Chester  ZTCP/8/156  31 Dec. 1781
No further details   Draft declaration for Thomas Downward, the elder, plaintiff, against Hugh Williams, defendant, of a plea of trespass to the damage of £500, for non-payment of money due for work done and materials used for rigging and cables for the ship  ZTCP/8/157  1781
No further details   Draft copy declaration in Ejectment for the Recovery of the manor of Arrow and diverse messuages and lands in the parish of Woodchurch, co. Chester; Walter Tudor v. Francis Nicholls  ZTCP/8/158  Post 31 Jan. 1782
No further details   Draft declaration for Henry Taylor, plaintiff, v. John Johnson, defendant, in a plea of trespass and assault to the damage of £100; the assault having been committed at Congleton, co. Chester  ZTCP/8/159  Post 7 Feb. 1782
No further details   Draft surrender of leasehold premises in consideration of an annuity  ZTCP/8/160  1782
No further details   Close copy declaration for George Lomas, plaintiff, against Thos. Robinson, defendant, in a plea of trespass to the damage of £30 for non-payment of monies due on several promissory notes  ZTCP/8/161  Post 7 Feb. 1783
No further details   Draft of mortgage of a skinners workhouse and warehouse, lately built by (1) on the site of an old skinners workhouse called Aston's workhouse, in Dee Lane Skinners Lane within the liberties of the city of Chester on the north side of the river Dee, heretofore in the possession of Jno. Davies and now of (1), for better securing £990: 14: 6 without interest, between (1) Thos. Roberts of the city of Chester, wetglover, Robt. Roberts of Leeds, co. York, gent., Jno. Roberts of the city of Chester, dealer in salt, and (2) Thos. Corles of the city of Chester, merchant  ZTCP/8/162  3 Oct 1783
No further details   Copy declaration, 10 Dec. 1783 for Ralph Oakes, plaintiff against Hugh Shaw, defendant, in a plea of trespass to the damage of £36, concerning money due for a mare; with an opinion by J: Lawes, Inner Temple; 24th December 1783: covering letter from Jos: Skerratt from Sandbach to Mr. Cross, attorney at Chester  ZTCP/8/163  24 Dec, 1783
No further details   Copy declaration in Doe (on the several demises of John Gosling and his wife) against Roe in a plea of trespass and ejectment re premises in Tarvin and Duckinfield  ZTCP/8/164  1783
No further details   Question added to the state of the case laid before Mr. Bower concerning the defendants having forced Bell out of his master's service and attempting thereby to deprive him of his settlement in Bromborow and to load the township of Whitby with his maintenance; with Jos. Bower's opinion  ZTCP/8/165  23 April 1784
No further details   Case concerning the removal of John Littler, Esther his wife, and their three children from Great Neston to Greasby, whether his apprenticeship indenture entitled him to settlement in Greasby: with Mr. Rob: Townsend's opinion  ZTCP/8/166  1 July 1784
No further details   Copies of declaration and plea and instructions for Mr. Bower, and draft of the replication for John Okell, the younger, administrator with the will of John Okell his late grandfather, deceased, plaintiff against John Burgess of Warburton, co. Chester, husbandman, defendant, in a plea of debt of £20  ZTCP/8/167  16 Aug. 1785
No further details   Instructions for a plea being a copy of part of a letter from Mr. Taylor to Mr. Cross dated 7th September '85, with the opinion of Mr. Rob: Townsend 13th September 1785, and with a copy of the plea, for John Stringer, defendant, at the suit of Francis Lowe, plaintiff in a plea of trespass upon the case to the damage of £20, re a horse bought by John Stringer for his son Edward, which he alleges never came to his use and was not bought by his order  ZTCP/8/168  Post 13 Sep. 1785
No further details   Letter from Will. Owen, Northwich to Mr. Robert Baxter, Attorney, Pepper Street, Chester, describing the case of a person in the country who wanted to dispose of a Real Estate although he was only a tenant in Tail. Through the ignorance of Mr. Collier the man had mortgaged the premises and the mortgagee was likely to lose his money unless the mortgagor acknowledged a Fine before his death. Mr. Blackstone says it is absolutely necessary. The man is not likely to live many days. He sends the bearer to Lloyd for a writ of Dedimus potestatem returnable on Wednesday. He asks for Thos. Chantler, Thos. Manifold and himself to be put in the Dedimus and any Knight. He has written a rough draft of the precipe and Concord on the other side. The premises consist of no more than three Cheshire acres besides the building. Writes concerning the cases Boardman v Kenerdale; Atkinson v Jepson. [The covenant was between William Ashbrooke and Thomas and William Gleave concerning two messuages, two gardens, two orchards, ten acres of land, ten acres of meadow and ten acres of pasture with appurtenances in Lymm Booths and Statham in the parish of Lymm in the county of Chester.]  ZTCP/8/169  1 Jan. 1786
No further details   Draft grant: 1) Charles Cholmondeley of Vale Royal, co. Chester, Esq. and Thomas Cholmondeley, his son and heir apparent 2) Peter Brooke of Mere, co. Chester, Esq. and Thomas Robinson of Whitehaven, co. Cumberland, gent. 3) Rev. Sir William Bunbury of Stanney, co. Chester, Bart. Quotes indenture of 7th March, 1733: bargain and sale to Peter Legh, Peter Brooke and Thomas Robinson of the premises for £588. - Sums in lieu of tythes in townships of HOOTON, BRIMSTAGE, POOLE, and STANNEY, co. Chester, with provision for redemption. Also quotes indenture of 9th December, 1734. The Tythe Rents as above. Consideration: £607. 10s  ZTCP/8/170  18 Oct. 1786
No further details   Draft declaration for Bele Wolstenholme, widow, executrix of Henry Wolstenholme, her late husband, deceased, who was at the time of his death surviving executor of Samuel Ellaby, deceased, having survived Alice Ellaby, widow, who with Henry Wolstenholme was executrix of the said Samuel Ellaby, plaintiff, against Samuel Briscoe of Ness, co. Chester, yeoman, defendant, in a plea that he render to Bele as executrix £400 which he unjustly detains from her. 'E. Wigley'  ZTCP/8/171  Post 4 July 1787
No further details   Pentice Court: draft declaration for Stephen Hancock, plaintiff, against Wm. Parkinson, defendant, in a plea of trespass upon the case to the damage of £30, for work done, materials, etc  ZTCP/8/172  Post 14 July 1787
No further details   Instructions to plead, case and opinion of Mr. John Sellon, Fig Tree Court, Temple, for Geo. Cappor, plaintiff, against Robt. Whitlow, defendant, in a plea of trespass upon the case to the damage of £30, re a purchase of cheese  ZTCP/8/173  11 Aug. 1787
No further details   Draft security for annuity of £90 p.a. 1) Edward Morgan of Beach, co. Chester, Esq. 2) Joseph Duke of the City of Chester, gent. Consideration: £1,000. Annuity for life of 2) and of Elizabeth, his now wife. Capital and other messuages, farms, lands, etc. of 1) in GALGREEN or GOLDENGROVE, co. Flint and in KELSTONE, LLANCSOPL GWAYMICAR (?) CARRYCHAN and TRESCESTLE, and in pas. LLANSAPH GWAYMICAR DISSERTH and MICHIDDEN, co. Flint. now in the occupations of Thomas Hughes, Henry Hughes, Edward Griffith, Edward Parry, William Parry, Thomas Davies, William Williams, Samuel Pugh, Richard Jones, Edward Roberts, Jane Roberts and John Morgan  ZTCP/8/174  25 March 1788
No further details   Draft of deed of covenant between (1) Cath: Sidebotham of the city of Chester, widow (daughter and heir at law of Wm. Wright late of the said city, merchant, deceased), and (2) Wm. Thomas of Chester, Esq., and Wm. Edwards of the same, grocer, trustees for the parishioners of St. Bridgets, for further assurances in an indenture of Bargain and Sale of equal date for land on the west side of Bridge Street adjoining the back of a shop or warehouse in the holding of Mr. John Brown, druggist for extending the burial ground of St. Bridgets  ZTCP/8/175  11 Feb. 1789
No further details   Copy draft surrender: 1) Nathan Jackson of Macclesfield, co. Chester, gent. 2) John Cross; Copyhold lands called the Hollins in AUDLEY, co. Staffs. for securing £300 and interest  ZTCP/8/176  178[?]
No further details   Copy case and opinion of Mr. Lacoss, Inner Temple  ZTCP/8/177  19 May 1791
No further details   Draft of deed declaring the uses of a fine as to a messuage in Nantwich for the remainder of a mortgage term of 500 years for securing £100 and interest between (1) Ralph Willet of Nantwich, co. Chester, cordwainer, and Mary his wife, and (2) Richard Willet of Hawarden, co. Flint, schoolmaster, (son of (1), and a covenant by (1) for the production of title deeds as scheduled  ZTCP/8/178  2 Sep. 1793
No further details   Draft security for annuity of £55 p.a. 1) Richard Barker of the City of Chester; 2) Ellen Baker of the same, spinster. Annuity issuing from messuage of 1) on northside of Watergate Street, CHESTER, now in the occupation of William Kenyon at yearly rent of 45 d. and all building adjoining the same; also a messuage, garden, stable, etc, on the north side of Whitefriar Street...  ZTCP/8/179  6 Sep. 1794
No further details   Bond for securing payment of above annuity  ZTCP/8/180  6 Sep. 1794
No further details   Copy of the Habendum in a deed to present dower, drawn by Mr. Butler, Feb. 1796  ZTCP/8/181  c.1796
No further details   Denbighshire: instructions for a declaration and declaration for Jas. Tomkinson, Esq. Jno. Edwards, Esq. and Richard Barker, gent., plaintiffs, against Edward Parry, defendant, in a plea of trespass.. to the damage of £50, the defendant having felled trees and ploughed up meadow land re the messuage and lands in Nantgwryd, pa. Llangollen, co. Denbigh, which he holds as yearly tenant of the plaintiffs. 'Richd, Mytton'  ZTCP/8/182  Post 1 May 1796
No further details   Letter from ?Christopher ?Henry Marten in London to William Thomas of Chester, esq. asking for his assistance to make arrangements to pay for lead ordered by him for £2344 12s. 5d  ZTCP/8/183  17 March 1797
No further details   Draft letter (incomplete) concerning an alleged attempt to defraud the late Mr. Bright's family by Mrs. Bright and John Ashby  ZTCP/8/184  Undated
No further details   Note that the Portmote Court meets every fortnight (Mondays) and concerning the serving of Ejectments  ZTCP/8/185  Jan-Feb. 1798
No further details   Draft declaration for John Goodright (lessee of John Walker), plaintiff, against Edward Thrustout, defendant, in a plea of trespass and ejectment, with draft notice of ejectment to Thos. Dean from E.J. dated 5th November 1799, re. premises in Saughall, co. Chester  ZTCP/8/186  1799
No further details   Note of a plea of dower for Anne Johnson, widow, concerning a messuage, etc. in Tarvin, co. Chester. "Roger Comberbache, Junr."  ZTCP/8/187  18th c
No further details   'Draft plea in Barr to Defendant's Avowry': between Samuel Deane, plaintiff, and Ralph Noden, defendant, in a plea of replevin  ZTCP/8/188  18th c
No further details   Copy case and opinion of Mr. J. Topping, Temple, concerning the settlement of a pauper, Thomas Moors, who had been dismissed by his master of Little Saughall, four days before the expiration of a year, apparently to prevent him gaining a settlement there; and concerning the responsibility of occupiers of lands in extra-parochial places to maintain the poor living there  ZTCP/8/189  22 May 1800
No further details   Letter from G. Maquay [from Chester] to his uncle J.L. Maquay, esq., 50 New Bond Street, London, describing the illuminations  ZTCP/8/190  13 Oct. 1801
No further details   Copy of queries concerning the case of Mr. ?Bolland with answers by Richard Mytton of Chester  ZTCP/8/191  8 March 1802
No further details   Bond of John Johnson of Congleton, gent. and Thomas Heron Ravenscroft, also of Congleton, gent. to John Bayley of Sandbach, yeoman  ZTCP/8/192  9 Oct. 1804
No further details   Bill of exchange of Abraham Jones to Richard Corlettin £130  ZTCP/8/193  5 Feb. 1805
No further details   Letter from G. Williams, Ruthin to W.A. Madocks, esq. M.P., san i allt, Carnarvon asking him to write to Mr Maddocks for interest due to Mr. Maddock  ZTCP/8/194  30 June 1805
No further details   Bill of exchange of Thomas High to Edward Jones in £22  ZTCP/8/195  13 Dec. 1806
No further details   Bills of exchange  ZTCP/8/196-197  1808
No further details   One pound note issued by Chester Bank  ZTCP/8/198  1 June 1809
No further details   Bills of exchange  ZTCP/8/199-203  1810
No further details   Bills of exchange  ZTCP/8/204-206  1811
No further details   Bills of exchange  ZTCP/8/207-209  1812
No further details   Sworn protest by Norrison Baker, notary public, concerning a bill of exchange of John Ball in £30 which the bankers refuse to pay  ZTCP/8/210  29 Feb. 1812
No further details   Receipt of Williams, Jones, Hughes & Co for £33.5s. received from Charles Broster of Bangor  ZTCP/8/211  28 March 1812
No further details   Letter from Jones Fox & Co., Manchester to Messrs. Williams Jones & Co., Chester, returning a bill which Hugh Wright has refused to take up. Includes the bill of exchange of Ripon and Nidderdale Bank in £18 for Robert Ayre, 2 May 1812  ZTCP/8/212  12 Aug. 1812
No further details   Letter from W. Morgan to Messrs. Williams Jones & Co., bankers, Chester, stating that Mr. Wright refused to refund money on a bill of exchange  ZTCP/8/213  15 Aug. 1812
No further details   Letter from John Law, Manchester to Messrs. Williams Jones & Co., giving advice concerning the matter at 211  ZTCP/8/214  17 Aug. 1812
No further details   Bills for carpentry and decoration work including a new house in Cow Lane, Earl Grosvenor's house in Sty Lane, the Cross Gun Entry and Walkers Tan House and Leather House  ZTCP/8/215  1812-13
No further details   Receipts of Cram Plate & Co. and others for sums received in composition for promissory notes of Charles Parry and Joseph Ridgway  ZTCP/8/216  28-30 April 1813
No further details   Receipt of Thomas Jones for £3.3. from Mr. Finchett  ZTCP/8/217  1 May 1813
No further details   Letter from Charles Whittingham to Mr. ?Marshall, builder and joiner, St. Johns Street, Chester, requiring an answer concerning a plot of building land  ZTCP/8/218  8 July 1813
No further details   Bills of exchange  ZTCP/8/219-221  1813
No further details   Bank of England one pound notes in a wrapper endorsed: 'Crooke. Forged bank notes.'  ZTCP/8/222  7 Sep. 1813 and 28 Feb. 1814
No further details   Bills of exchange  ZTCP/8/223-232  1814
No further details   Bill for goods from Richard Simpson and unrelated ?receipt  ZTCP/8/233-234  1814
No further details   Contract between 8 parties for the running of the Chester Mail Coach and a coach called the 'Lord Wellington' from Holyhead to Chester  ZTCP/8/235  11 July 1814
No further details   Letter from Rhodes Briggs & G ------, Halifax to Messrs. Thomas Porter and Son, Bury, giving notification of a debit  ZTCP/8/236  30 Dec. 1814
No further details   Bills of exchange  ZTCP/8/237-248  1815
No further details   Memorandum of an agreement between J. Chamberlain and George Marshall concerning a piece of land 'on the backside of Greg's Pit, leading from the Canal to the Bowling Green', with details of the cottage to be built  ZTCP/8/249  22 June 1815
No further details   Statement of John Withers, London, Notary Public concerning a refusal to pay a bill of exchange of John Parry  ZTCP/8/250  2 Sep. 1815
No further details   Memorandum of an agreement by George? Marshall to make a cart for Messrs. Davies  ZTCP/8/251  19 Oct. 1815
No further details   Miscellaneous bill and receipt  ZTCP/8/252-253  1815
No further details   Bills of exchange  ZTCP/8/254-262  1816
No further details   Bundle of estimates, agreements and bills for building work including Mr Colley's house in Eastgate Street; a stable in Cow Lane; a flour warehouse in Brook Street and properties in ?Milton Street, James Street and Newgate Street  ZTCP/8/263  1816
No further details   Contract between George Marsher of Cow Lane and Richard Jenkins of Belgrave, for buildings. Endorsed with note of costs of materials  ZTCP/8/264  1 April 1816
No further details   Appointment of attorneys by Freeman John Humble of Liverpool, merchant  ZTCP/8/265  1 May 1816
No further details   Letter from Thomas Smith, Chester to Mr. Healey, Solicitor, Manchester, that the Exchequer Court in Chester is virtually defunct and it would be better to proceed in Chancery  ZTCP/8/266  28 June 1816
No further details   Letter from Evans Chegwin re ------, Liverpool to George Marsher, builder, King's Wharf, Chester, requesting the sum of 10s  ZTCP/8/267  1- June 1816
No further details   Bills of exchange  ZTCP/8/268-270  1817
No further details   Miscellaneous bills  ZTCP/8/271  1817-18
No further details   Draft surrender of lease. 1) Rowland Mostyn of the City of Chester, wool comber; 2) John Moulson of the said City, tobacconist; Messuage on north side of Foregate Street, CHESTER, in the tenure of 1)  ZTCP/8/272  Undated
No further details   Draft of articles of agreement between John Jones of........ co. Flint, gent., and John Edwards of....... co. Flint., gent., and Thomas Bowers of...... Cheshire, yeoman, concerning profits from lead works and mines in co. Denbigh  ZTCP/8/273  Undated ? c. 1700
No further details   Draft of an indenture for a clerk to an attorney at law  ZTCP/8/274  18th c
No further details   Accounts of moneys received from Mr. Pigot and to pay. Endorsed: 'Sir Richard Grosvenor, Bart., against Samuel Leech in Debt £13.15s for arrears of rent.'  ZTCP/8/275  18th c
No further details   Accounts headed: 'Mr. Anderton's purchase money from Mr. Seller'  ZTCP/8/276  18th c
No further details   Note of expenses in a case in the Pentice Court, Chester. Ralph Dicas v Edm' Cheney  ZTCP/8/277  18th c
No further details   Note concerning Philip Buckley and Mr. Ewer  ZTCP/8/278  18th c
No further details   Note of expenses in a case in the Pentice Court and Portmote Court, Chester between John Brown and Thomas Briscoe  ZTCP/8/279  18th c
No further details   Note of expenses in a case in the Pentice Court, Nathaniel Ashbrooke v Sidney Lee  ZTCP/8/280  18th c
No further details   Note of legal expenses  ZTCP/8/281  18th c

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