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Legal cases: Archer of Tanworth


Abstract of Chancery Bill of Complaint by Sir Thomas Tipping, bart., plaintiff against Letitia Piggott, widow of Thomas, esq.; Simon Mayne, esq.; Robert Piggott, junior, 2 supn; supd; son of Robert Piggott, of Chetwin, Salop, esq.; William Piggott, 3 supr; supd; son; Walter Dryden Piggott, 1 sups; supt; son; Dryden Piggott, clerk; William Crooke; Thomas Watson; Elizabeth Ingoldsby, widow; William Colemore; John Marriot; Thomas Halsey Edward Bates, defts. Concerning the manors of Doddershal, Grendon Underwood and Gritmore in Buckinghamshire. Tipping claims as great-grandson and heir of Sir Christopher Piggott whom he alleges was seized of lands in question; Defendants claim under settlements made previous to marriage of Thomas Piggott and Letitia Lovett, Thomas being nephew and heir of Sir Richard Piggott, (uncle of Sir Christopher) whom they allege was seized in fee of premises. Other defendants are variously nephews and trustees of Thomas, decd. 2 copies of petition of Thomas Tipping