Document ReferenceNe D 4146/15
TitleWarrant of attorney of Sir Thomas Williamson and his nephew William Williamson for action at the suit of Marmaduke Norcliffe; 30 Mar. 1702
Date30 March 1702
Extent1 f
Content DescriptionFact that Sir Thomas Williamson is indebted to Marmaduke Norcliffe in £35. for 9 months, and that Sir Thomas is still bound to Norcliffe in the penal sum of £70. [see Ne D 4146/10]; fact that William Williamson has borrowed from Norcliffe the sum of £15. at the request of Sir Thomas; for the better security of the repayment of the sum, Sir Thomas and Williamson have appointed William Fairfax and John Armestrong to represent both or either of them at the suit of Norcliffe.

Dated 30 Mar. 1 Anne 1702.

Note that the whole document has been cancelled by a large cross going throughout the text; at the foot of the document a note indicates that a new warrant of attorney is being taken, as this present one has been cancelled due to the death of Sir Thomas Williamson.
Termfinancial affairs, bonds
legal cases, Williamson v Norcliffe 1702

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA21017Williamson; Thomas (1636-1703); 2nd Baronet; succ. 16571636-1703
NA50455Williamson; William (fl 1702-1704); son of Robert Williamson 3rd Baronet; nephew of Thomas Williamson 2nd Baronetfl 1702-1704
NA50473Norcliffe; Marmaduke (fl 1701-1704); -; gentleman; of Furnivalle Inn Londonfl 1701-1704
NA50479Fairfax; William (fl 1702); attorney; of Londonfl 1702
NA50480Armestrong; John (fl 1702-1703); -; attorney; of Londonfl 1702-1703
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