codicil 22 Jul 1816 and another 1818, proved 10 Dec 1819, London
Finally distributed in 1852
"[C1832 B93]. Short title: Bell v Walsh. Document type: Bill and answer. Plaintiffs:...
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Order in advance Order a copy Reference: C 13/980/34 Description: [C1832 B93].
Short title: Bell v Walsh.
Document type: Bill and answer.
Plaintiffs: Thomas Bell and wife and others.
Defendants: John Edward, Mary Fowke, David Williams and wife, Thomas Lowe, Louisa Parker, Sarah Parker, Hannah Pearson, Richard Sunderland, Henrietta Fowke Sunderland, Clay Fowke, Robert Fowke, Philip Fowke, Charles Fowke, Frederick Fowke and Sir John Barr Walsh and wife (amended to Dame Mary Walsh alias Dame Margaret Walsh, widow).
amended by an order dated 20 September 1832: Thomas Lowe and Louisa Parker removed as defendants
Note: The naming of a party does not imply that he or she will appear in all the documents in this cause (after the bill) Date: 1832 Held by: The National Archives, Kew Legal status: Public Record(s) Language: English Closure status: Open Document, Open Description
Cause number: 1850 F21. Short title: Fowke v Williams. Documents: Bill only. Plaintiffs:... Reference: C 14/1124/F21 Description: Cause number: 1850 F21.
Short title: Fowke v Williams.
Documents: Bill only.
Plaintiffs: Charles Fowke.
Defendants: David Williams and wife, John Fowke, Edward Fowke, Mary Anne Watts, Adelaide Mary Williams otherwise Adelaide Williams, William Alfred Williams, Frederick Augustus Williams, Edward Henry Williams otherwise Henry Edward Williams, Richard [Fowke], Henrietta [Fowke], Philip [Fowke], Frederick Fowke, Sunderland Clay Fowke, Robert Fowke, Thomas Bell and wife.
Provincial solicitor employed in Carmarthenshire
Note: Details have been added from C 32/115, which also gives information about further process. Date: 1850 Held by: The National Archives, Kew Legal status: Public Record(s) Closure status: Open Document, Open Description Restrictions on use: 3 working days notice to produce "