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XD2/5253-5744

WYNN v. LORD NEWBOROUGH (and associated actions)
[NOTE: "In his will, Lord Newborough’s father had left a number of annuities, secured upon the estates, to the children of his younger son, Glynn Wynn. These do not seem to have been paid and in 1780 Glynn Wynn began Chancery proceedings against his brother to enforce the terms of their father’s will. They dragged on until Lord Newborough’s death in 1807 and were renewed against his heirs after that date. It is impossible to sort out all the complexities, but there was a welter of litigation involving all members of the family, their in-laws, the executors of the original will and their families" - Glyn Roberts (T.C.H.S. 9, p.34). It has been deemed best to arrange all papers relating to these complex causes in Chancery in a simple chronological order, since some documents do not specify which cause is referred to, and others refer to several different causes.]

Item TitleDescriptionArchive Date
XD2/5283 REPORT of John Ord, approving of the appointment of Thomas Lord Newborough and Peter Moore as sureties for Samuel Price, receiver, in the place of Edward Moore, deceased, and Mathew Wiggins, a bankrup...  more 1794 Feb.20
XD2/5284 ORDER on further directions on the Master’s Report in the cause in Chancery of Wynn v. Lord Newborough, re payment of costs of the parties concerned. [N.L.W. Glynllivon 3927]  1794 Aug.1
XD2/5285 ACCOUNT [including RENT ROLL] of Samuel Price, Esq., receiver of rents and profits of the estates of the late Sir John Wynn, Bart., in the cause in Chancery as in no. XD2/5275. [N.L.W. Glynllivon 3853...  more 1794
XD2/5286 PETITION, in the cause as in no. XD2/5267 of the defendants Lord Newborough and John Wynn, Esqs., that the report of the master approving of the purchase of the Tower and the gallery in the town chape...  more n.d. [?1795-1796]
XD2/5287 REPORT, copy, in the causes as in no. XD2/5267, of John Ord, the Master on passing the accounts of Samuel Price, the receiver, for the year ending 10 October 1794. Copy. [N.L.W. Glynllivon 4039]  1796 July 6
XD2/5288 REPORT, in the cause as in no. XD2/5267, of John Ord, the Master, passing the account of the receiver Samuel Price. Copy. [N.L.W. Glynllivon 4034]  1796 July 21
XD2/5289 DRAFT STATEMENTS OF FACTS, in the cause of Wynn v. Lord Newborough, of the defendants Lord Newborough and John Wynn re the intended purchase of [Tower House] and the gallery [in the chapel of Caernarf...  more 1796 Dec. 2
XD2/5290 BILL OF COSTS of Samuel Price, Esq., the receiver of the estates of Lord Newborough, appointed in the case between John Glyn Wynn and others, plaintiffs, and the Rt. Hon. Lord Newborough and others, d...  more 1796
XD2/5291 DRAFT PETITION, in the cause as in no. XD2/5267, of Lord Newborough and John Wynn, defendants, that the Master be ordered to enquire and certify whether the purchase of [Tower House] and the gallery [...  more n.d. [1796]
XD2/5292 STATEMENT OF FACTS, in the cause of Wynn v. Lord Newborough, of the defendants Lord Newborough and John Wynn relative to the purchase of a messuage or tenement [Tower House], and gallery [in the chape...  more n.d. [1796-1797]
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