London Gazette index entry detail

Publication details:

Publication date: 06 Aug 1858.

Issue: 22171.

Page: 25.



Person details:

Name: Martha Snepp.

Marital Status: Widowed.

Address: Haremare, Etchingham.


In Chancery. Between the Reverend Henry Thomas Snepp, Clerk, Plaintiff, and Martha Snepp, Widow, and others, Defendants; and between Martha Snepp, Widow, and others, Plaintiffs, and Henry Thomas Snepp and others, Defendants; and in the Matter of an Act of Parliament made and passed in the 19th and 20th Victoria, chapter 120, entitled "An Act to facilitate leases and sal? s of settled estates; " and in the Matter of the Haremare and Bugsell freehold farms, situate in the parish of Etchingham, in the county of Sussex, being part of the estate of the late John Snepp, the testator in the pleadings of these causes mentioned. NOTICE is hereby given, that a Petition in the above mentioned matters was presented on the 6th day of July. 1858, by Martha Snepp, of Haremare, in the parish of Etchingham, in the county of Sussex, Widow, William Lawrence Noakes, of the parish of Salehurst, in the said county of Sussex, Miller, Humphrey Conwell Barton, late of Etcbingham aforesaid, now of Court Lodge, in the parish of Burwasb, in the said county of Sussex, Gentleman, and John Tupperton, of Hawkhurst, in the county of Kent, Gentleman, to the High Court of Chancery in England, to be heard before his Honour Vice-Chancellor Stuart, praying, among other things, that the said Haremare and Bugsell freehold farms might be sold under the direction of the said Court, or that power might be vested in the said petitioners to lease the said farms; and that the place where the said petitioners are to be served with any petition or notice under the said Act, is the office of Mr. Robert Shuttleworth Gregson, No. 8, Angel-court, Throgmorton-street, in the city of London, Solicitor to the said petitioners. — Dated this 4th day of August, 1858.



Transcribed by:

Michael Metcalfe.

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