Inspeximus or exemplication of records of the Court of Chancery, Minshull Vernon, Cheshire
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Inspeximus or Exemplication of records of the Court of Chancery in an action brought by Rauffe Mynshull against John Sterkey with regard to land in the above parish. Interrogatory on behalf of Rauffe Mynshull. Letters Patent of Philip & Mary granting certain commissioners authority to call witnesses, dated 23 June 1556. Depositions of witnesses before the Commissioners, taken at Tarporley, Cheshire, 16 January 1557 on behalf of Rauffe Mynshull. The names of the witnesses are as follows: Randull Venables of [Little] Budworth, Cheshire, Sir John Tenche, George Mayre of Sutton, Cheshire, John Warburton of [Little] Budworth, Thomas Hurleston of Wrenbury, Cheshire, Robert Hurleston of Toddington Glos., Rondull Ince of Minshull Vernon, Rauffe Maykin, Phillippe Oldfield of Middlewich, Cheshire, Hughe Whysshame, Thomas Crue. Endorsed by Ri. Rede and John Gybonne, clerks.
- 8 Oct. 1562
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Bought from G. David, Cambridge, 4 July 1913
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