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- noun A joint female heir, as to an estate.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A joint heiress; a female who shares equally or definitely in an inheritance.
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- noun A female heir who inherits with other heiresses; a joint heiress.
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- noun One of several who are
heiressesto an estate
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If MR. FRASER has not met with the information already, he may be interested, with reference to his Query on "Dimidiation" (Vol. vii., p. 548.), in learning that the above mentioned Margaret was daughter and coheiress of John Lord Beke of Eresby, who by his will, made the 29th of Edw.
In July, 1580, Dymoke and his wife, the Lady Bridget, eldest daughter and coheiress of Edward Clinton, Earl of Lincoln, were indicted for hearing Mass and for recusancy.
He was the son of Hugh Giffard of Boyton in Wiltshire, and Sybil, the daughter and coheiress of Walter de Cormeilles.
On the very day when Dicæogenes had thus infamously prevailed against us, he ejected the daughter of Cephisophon, the niece of him who left the estate from the portion allotted to her; took from the wife of Democles what her brother had given her as coheiress; and deprived both the mother of Cephisodotus and the unfortunate youth himself of their whole fortune.
Walter Arden, = Eleanor, 2nd dauther and coheiress of Park Hall, 16th in descent from | of John Hampden of the Saxon Sheriff Ailwin.
Sir Edmund Talbot married Agnes, third daughter and coheiress of John
He married Dorothy, daughter and coheiress of Edmund Anderson, of Stratton in Bedfordshire, and it appears that during the civil war the library was removed to that place for greater safety.
Hamilton, for in 1657 Anne, daughter and coheiress of the Duke of
A son of a younger brother was created Marquis of Newcastle, and his daughter and coheiress was Lady Jane, who brought her husband,
If not a _daughter_, she was in _some way_ coheiress with the daughters; which is confirmed by an entry in _Testa de Nevill_: and, by a charter temp.