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& uxor

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& uxor

  1. Alternative form of et ux.
    • 16th Century, (authorship incertain) Reports or Causes in Chancery, Stevens and Sons; page #134:
      The plaintants made motion to have publication of witnesses taken 1 and 2 Philip and Mary, between one Thomas Shrub, then plaintant, and now deceased, whose daughters and co‐heirs the plaintants wives are, and Henry Barnard, touching lands in the occupation of the defendant ; and ordered, the plaintants shall exhibit a bill for publication against the defendants, and call them by the subpœna to answer, and then order shall be taken : Clarke & uxor, Papwell & uxor, Stockes plaintants, Eve Mellers and Wodham defendants.