1.W. G. Hayter, Treasury Chambers.
2.James Summers, esq., clerk of Haverfordwest court.
COMPENSATION of £11-8-0 on the release of 2 from ‘all responsibility and labour’ of his office.
1851, March 16
LIST of jurors for the Spring Assizes in the county of Pembroke.
1852, Jan. 3
CASE from James Summers for the opinion of E. Beavan on the case as to Colonel Greville being bound to grant a lease of the dry dock at Hubberston Pill to the assigness of J. Hogan, a bankrupt.
Beavan’s reply added.
1852, Mar. 30
LETTER from James Garrard to James Summers.
Relates to sale of estate for £650. Regrets death of Lady Milford. Need for a lady who has £200,000-£300,000 to pay for a title.
EXERCISE BOOK containing an account of a sale held at the house of the late Mrs Anne Thomas, Garth Terrace on 28 April 1852. Proctor’s BILL and RECEIPT for probate attached.
1852, April 17
WILL of Mrs Amelia Phillips [no abode given].
1852, May 4
1.C. E. Trevelyan, Treasury Chambers.
2.James Summers, esq., Town Clerk, Haverfordwest.
COMPENSATION to 2 of £6-6-8 for loss of fees as Clerk to the Court of Record of Haverfordwest between 1 January and 31 December 1851.
1852, June 7