C 5/15/3 f.2

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The joynt and severall answeres of S:r ffrancis Williamson knight Edmund Lascell Esq:r and Phineas Rogers three of the defts to the

bill of complainte of Tobell Aylmer Esq:r complaynante//

All advantage

now and at all

answer unto

and uniust

XXXX satisfacconn

pson or psons

that hee beinge

desire this defendant

summe or summes

Edward Clavell

faithfull promise

XXX ffrancis


the Complaynant

settled and


now enioyeth

above menconned

bill menconned

arise: And

to bee paid

Common Law

is still in force

Clovell did give

estate of thesaid Clovell

harmelesse him


this deft

ever intended

is before



these defendants

say that the





theire reasonable costs and charges in this behalfe wrongfully susteyned//

TIMO: POLLARD [Signature; botton RH side]


Primary sources


C 5/43/4 Aylmer v. Michenson: Essex 1663

C 6/130/5 Short title: Aylmer v Clovile. Plaintiffs: Tobell Aylmer. Defendants: Edward Clovile, Joan Riddesdall and Edward Basse. Subject: property in West Hanningfield, Essex. Document type: bill, answer. 1654
C 6/224/27A Short title: Clovill v Williamson. Plaintiffs: Mary Clovill and Elizabeth Clovill. Defendants: Edmund Williamson, Wignoll Bigg and John Rouse. Subject: property in Felsted, Essex. Document type: bill, answer. JFP 1677

C 10/5/21 Edward Clovyle and Anne his wife, Tobell Aylmer, John Higden, Edward Shelton, Edmund Burton and others v Thomas Barker: West Hanningfield, Essex 1649

C 10/93/11 Ball v. Blackwell, Aylmer, Starkey, Pary, Pratt, Cunditt: Middx 1662

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See biographical profile of Tobell Aylmer (the complainant)

See C 5/15/3 f.1 (the bill of complaint, to which C 5/15/3 f.2 is the answer)


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Abstract & context

The Chancery suit C5/15/3 was brought by complainant Tobell Aylmer against Sir Francis Williamson, Edmund Lascell Esquire and Phineas Rogers.

C 5/15/3 f. 1 is the bill of complaint of Tobell Aylmer. C 5/15/3 f.2 is the answer of Sir Francis Williamson, Edmund Lascell and Phineas Rogers.

The bill and the answer are dated 1653, and relate to alleged events in 1649.