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Legal cases - Gregory family


Notification from Simon Chamber of Bynley, gent., that, whereas in 5 Charles I [1629-30] he took to the Petty Bag Office in Chancery Lane a statue staple dated 29 May, 24 Elizabeth [1582] from Arthur Gregory to George Marbury in 500 marks, now, in consideration of 290 pounds paid to him by John Gregory, esq., he has delivered up to the said John Gregory the defeasance made upon the said statute, and gives authorisation to whom it may concern to deliver up the said statute to the said John Gregory. Signed: Sy. Chamber Papered seal. Witnesses: John Wicksteed, Humphrey Burton, Segrave Gregory, John Cooper Endorsed: Mr Chambers certificate Memoranda on f.1v that this document was shown to Humphrey Burton, gentleman, George Sharrocke, Sir William Bromley, Knight of the Bath, and John Bromwell, gentleman, at the time of their examination on 22 September 1674 before [who sign] Tim. St. Nicholas, Wm. Gibson, Fra. Gramer, Hen. Yearwood.