c. 1666 - 1718
Wallis (Wallys), Gentleman, of Alford, and of Louth. Attorney-at-Law. He succ. 1704 his father "Edward". He was succ. by his elder son "Newcommen (ca.1697-1731)". admitted to Barnard's Inn on 22nd June 1686. First son of Edward Wallis of Humberston (who entered Gray's Inn in 1662) ... 'Thomas married Frances, daughter and coheir of Nicholas Newcomen, their son, Newcomen, entered Gray's Inn in 1718/19. Thomas' brother was an apothecary. Another son became a physician of Stamford (ref. Lincolnshire Pedigrees ed. A.R. Maddison (Harleian Society vol vols L, LI, LIII, LV, 1902-6, pp.1034-5). FILE - Final concord re. land in Thedlethorpe between Carr Brackenbury, gent. (plaintiff) and Charles Bertie, esq., Mary his wife, and Frances Wallis (widow of NewcomenWallis) (defendents), [Hilary term 1719]. - ref. CR 611/873/1-2 - date: 1719 Longleat House THYNNE PAPERS. Catalogue Ref. TH Creator(s): Thynne family of Longleat, Wiltshire [Access Conditions] Microfilm editions of these papers are readily available in public collections, including the Institute of Historical Research, the British Library and Cambridge University Library amongst other repositories. For further details of the microfilm editions please apply to the publisher, Microform (Wakefield) Ltd., at the following address: Main Street, East Ardsley, Wakefield, West Yorkshire WF3 2AT. The publisher can supply copies of the edition and also single reels, offprints and CDRom. TYNNE CORRESPONDENCE. CORRESPONDENCE OF THOMAS, 1st VISCOUNT WEYMOUTH FILE [no title] - ref. TH/VOL/XXV - date: 1700 - 1709 \_ [from Scope and Content] 17. Arthur Charlett, D.D. Master of University College Oxford: (a) on a dispute between the University and the Oxford City but that on threatening "to discommune the whole Common Council" they submitted: Univ. Coll. 7 Dec. 1703. f.175: (b) on the election of a new Warden of Merton: 28 Mar. 1704. f.234: (c) on the same subject, Dr Martin being finally appointed, - on an accident to Dr Ralph Bathurst, aged 84, - that Lord Weymouth: best knows who is likely to succeed him" in the Deanery of Wales but that at Trinity Coll. "Dr Sykes and Mr Almont are likely to be returned" to the Bishop of Winchester for his choice of a President - that James Tyrrel disowns the authorship of "The Antidote against Rebellion, a late scurrilous pamphlet" - that "the first sheet of Lord Clarendon's 3rd volume is in the Presse":9 June, 1704. f.287: (d) sending "the Preface to Dr Bathurst's will: some singularityes relating to his Interment were grounded on an opinion he had long conceaved, that Bodys in ye Grave frequently not returned to Life" - "Dr Wallis has given the University his father's House, for the use of the two Sairlian Professors of Mathematics": 16 Nov. 1709. f.405. FILE - Conveyance of reversionary interest in the Manor house and lands at Theddlethorpe for £1,142.15s. from NewcomenWallis of Magdalene College, Cambridge, gent. to the Hon. Charles Bertie of Theddlethorpe, esq., 7 January 1718/19, 12-13 April 1719. - ref. CR 611/871/1-4 - date: 1719 FILE - Conveyance of half share in 14 acres in Ingoldmells for £80 from NewcomenWallis [as above] to the Hon. Charles Bertie [as above] 2 January 1718/19, 1-2 October 1719. - ref. CR 611/872/1-3 - date: 1719 FILE - Final concord re. land in Thedlethorpe between Carr Brackenbury, gent. (plaintiff) and Charles Bertie, esq., Mary his wife, and Frances Wallis (widow of NewcomenWallis) (defendents), [Hilary term 1719]. - ref. CR 611/873/1-2 - date: 1719 ---------------- Piece details C 5/359/47 C Records created, acquired, and inherited by Chancery, and also of the Wardrobe, Royal Household, Exchequer and various commissions Division within C Records of Equity Side: the Six Clerks C 5 Court of Chancery: Six Clerks Office: Pleadings before 1714, Bridges Scope and content Wallis v. Newcomen: Lincoln. Covering dates 1712 Availability Open Document, Open Description, Normal Closure before FOI Act: 30 years Held by The National Archives, Kew -------------------------- Repository: Lincolnshire Archives  Level: Collection Document Reference Number: MISC DEP 232 Record Details Letters of Attorney Date: 14 Aug 1702 Description: James (Gardiner) Bishop of Lincoln to William Dowdswell of Humberston, gent, and Thomas Low of Humberston, husbandman. Empowering them to deliver to Thomas Wallis of Alford, gent, possession of the rectory of Humberston (part of the possessions of the bishopric of Lincoln) with the mansion house and all other houses, lands etc belonging to it; all of which the bishop has leased to Wallis for a term of three lives - his own and those of his sons Newcomen Wallis and Thomas Wallis. Seal and signature of the bishop: Ja. Lincoln. Extent: 1 document Related Material: See FL/DEEDS/1489.