Back in 1999, Harry Langhorne replied to a message about John Langhorne as follows:
What we know about John Langhorne's marriage to Mary (Rice) Myers comes primarily from a case in 1736, Oct. court, when John was the defendant in Jones vs Langhorne, a case in detinue to recover possession of negroes: Mary Godwin (his mother-in-law) made her will leaving her estate to her daughter Mary Rice and after her death to her heirs. Mary Rice married Myers and mortgaged certain negroes to Jones the plaintiff for 99 years and had issue by Myers 4 children, and she is now married to the defendant Langhorne and had 4 children by him. Judgement to defendant. (See Sir John Randolph's Reports, Vol. 1, 1725-1745, case R109 by Randolph, B53 by Barrandall).
My question, does anyone have a copy of this report from Sir John Randolph?I am trying to get to the bottom of this and would love to see the report.