|Content Description||Plaintiff/Complainant: Evelyn, Duke of Kingston (grandson and heir of Evelyn, Duke of Kingston, deceased).|
Defendants: Granville Leveson Gower, Earl Gower (lately called Viscount Trentham) (son and heir of Evelyn, Lady Gower, deceased - one of the daughters of Evelyn, Duke of Kingston, deceased); Edward Wortley, Esq. and Lady Mary, his wife (another daughter of Evelyn, Duke of Kingston, deceased), and Edward Wortley Montague, their son; Thomas Brand, Esq. and Lady Caroline Brand, his wife (now deceased) (a daughter of Evelyn, Duke of Kingston, deceased by Isabella his second wife) and Thomas Brand, their only son (an infant, by Thomas Brand, his father and guardian); John, Lord Monson (eldest son and heir of John, Lord Monson, deceased, who was surviving executor and trustee of the late Duke); and Samuel Morris Gala, gentleman, deceased (trustee of a deed of 1 March 1725).
Copy report of Master Holford, with schedules containing rentals and accounts of the trust estate (1725-1739). In Chancery.
Case concerns the trusts of the will of the 1st Duke of Kingston.