Inheritance and succession -- England -- 17th century. : The case of the children and grandchildren of Sir John Maynard : and also of Mrs. Elizabeth Maynard, widow, relict of Joseph Maynard, only son of Sir John Maynard: together with some reasons most humbly offered to consideration on their behalf, against a bill endeavored to be obtained by the right honorable the Earl of Stamford ... entituled, An act for the settling of the estate of the said Sir John Maynard.
Inheritance and succession -- England -- Kent -- Early works to 1800. : Let all men know that by these present, that we John Senyng, Thomas Senyng and the sons and heirs of Andrew Senyng, according to custom of Gavelkynde, in the usual manner of the county of Kent, have handed over, let go of wholly, both for ourselves and our heirs and handed forever, to Simon Senyng our brother, the oen of the sons and heirs of the aforesaid Andrew, according ti he aforedsaid manner,our whole right, statsu title and claim, in our existing possession, forever...three pieces of land and meadow which lie in the parish of [Ealdyng? Ellding?] ... In testimony of this transaction, we place our seals to this present document. Given the fourth day of Jauary, in the 14th year of the reign of Henry the seventh.
Inheritance and succession -- England -- Leicestershire -- Early works to 1800. : The subsequent account of what passed lately at Lubenham Lodge, in Leicestershire, an estate belonging to Benjamin Kidney, Esq. has many circumstances in it deeply interesting to every gentleman of landed property - Mr. Kidney, therefore, thinks it but just to print and publish the particulars, that every gentleman may be put upon his guard against the machinations of a most abandoned gang of land swindlers who are numerous, whose deep laid schemes have been too successful already for want of spirit and resolution to resist them.
Inheritance and succession -- England -- Ulverston. : Report of the Ulverston will cause, doe dem., Neale v. Posthethwaite & ano. [electronic resource] : tried before Mr. Justice Coleridge and a special jury, at Lancaster, on the 9th and 10th August, 1836.
Inheritance and succession -- France -- Early works to 1800. : Le batard decouvert : Ou pleine & entiere demonstration que le pr⥴endu Prince de Galles, ⥴oit fils de Mademoiselle Marie Grey, prouv⥥ d'une mani⥲e incontestable, par des lettres en original de la derni⥲e reine et d'autres, & par les depositions de plusieurs personnes de merite & d'honneur, qui n'ont jamais ⥴⥠auparavant publi⥥s; & une relation particuli⥲e de l'assasinat de Mademoiselle Marie Grey ᡠParis. Recommand⥥ humblement ᡠla consid⥲ation des deux chambers du Parliament.