Prerogative Cause Papers in Record Office Dublin.

		Prerogative Cause Papers in Record Office Dublin

Armstrong V Armstrong 1717
Suit as to Will of
Andrew Armstrong of Ballycumber in King's county between
Warneford Armstrong his eldest son & Executor and
Lucy Armstrong his widow
Citation to upset his Will is dated 18 January 1718/19
among the papers is a Copy of his Will
Pre Will signed 19 Feb 1716 (1716/17) Proved 23 May 1717
Andrew Armstrong of Ballycumber in King's county
son Warnford to be Executor & to have all property on payment
of £200 to daughter Mary Armstrong when married and
£150 to each of other children
or son Warngord to have £200 and to divide residue among
other children (not named) and £18 yearly to wife
Witnesses Edw [Edward?] Davis  Morris Morry  Fras [Francis?] Armstrong
Probate to Executor

Armstrong V Armstrong 1738
Suit as to Will of
John Armstrong of Dublin city merchant deceased between
Charles Armstrong his son & next of Kin and Edmund Armstrong
only the Citation 7 June 1738 on Charles to accept administration
of the Will the Executrix being dead

Renunciation 14 Sep 1741 of administration of
Andrew Armstrong late barrackmaster at Athlone deceased
Intestate by his widow Aphra Armstrong at Henzell
in favour of ..... Armstrong his ........ & principal creditor
apparently cancelled is imperfect

Armstrong V Armstrong 1751            Suit as to administration
Lt Col [Lieutenant Colonel?] Lawrence Armstrong of Nova Scotia in North
America who died having property in Ireland between
Philip Armstrong esq & Elizabeth Armstrong at Cusack
his cousins - german and next of kin with
Andrew Armstrong of Gillaney in King's county esq
Citation 20 Dec 1751

Armstrong V Armstrong 1762 Suit as to
Philip Armstrong of Athlone county Westmeath esq deceased
between his widow Mary Armstrong & his principal creditor
Edmund Armstrong of Firbane [Ferbane?] in King's county esq
Citation 15 June 1762