718 Wills v Tayrell

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718 WILLS V TAYRELL

Anthony Wills of Gorran, co. Cornwall, gent v John Tayrell of Lostwithiel, co. Cornwall

November 1637

Abstract

The cause and result of Wills' complaint against Tayrell remains unknown, although it may have been connected with the suit he brought against Richard Luke [see cause 717].

Notes

Anthony Wills was the third son of Richard Wills of Botus Fleming, co. Cornwall, and Anne, daughter of Roger Westcot of Plymouth, co. Devon. He was two months old at the Visitation of 1620.

J. L. Vivian and H. H. Drake (eds.), The Visitation of Cornwall in the year 1620 (Publications of the Harleian Society, 9, 1874), pp. 265-6.

People mentioned in the case

  • Jewell, John, gent
  • Tayrell, John
  • Terrick, Humphrey
  • Westcot, Anne
  • Westcot, Roger
  • Wills, Anne
  • Wills, Anthony, gent
  • Wills, Richard

Places mentioned in the case

  • Cornwall
    • Botus Fleming
    • Gorran
    • Launcells
    • Lostwithiel
  • Devon
    • Plymouth
  • Middlesex
    • Westminster