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Date

Source

Lot No.

Text

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101

1907

Lesley Aitchison Website

 

Ashchurch INVENTORY AND VALUATION of the contents of Ashchurch House, Ashchurch Near Tewkesbury The property of N.P. Milne Esq. Manuscript on 61 pages, written on one side only, in small folio notebook, morocco spine slightly worn at foot, gilt titled on front board and spine, with valuations and total for each page. Taken by John Rainey & Co. Cheltenham. June 1907

Milne

Rainey

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

102

1889

Lesley Aitchison Website

 

1889 ANTIQUE VELLUM DEED FARM GLOUCESTER. LEGAL DOCUMENT; VELLUM INDENTURE DEED OF MORTGAGE OF MISS PIDGLEYS SHARE OF REAL AND PERSONAL ESTATE DEVISED BY THE WILL OF JOHN PIDGLEY AND OTHER PROPERTY FOR SECURING 560 AND INTEREST. BETWEEN MISS MELA ANGELA PIDGLEY HOLSTEIN HOUSE, TERRACE WALK, BATH IN THE COUNTY OF SOMERSET TO MISS ESTHER BLANCHE HERBERT OF THE MARKET SQUARE, COLEFORD IN THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER. SCHEDULE OF SECKMANTON FARM ON THREE SIDES OF VELLUM INTERESTING ITEM FOR COLLECTORS OF SOCIAL HISTORY, LOCAL HISTORY OR GENEALOGY FOR THE PIDGLEY FAMILY GUARANTEED ORIGINAL AND IN GOOD CONDITION ON FIVE FOLDED SHEETS OF VELLUM SIZE 10 INCHES BY 16 INCHES WITH TWO ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMPS AND ONE RED WAX SEAL

Pidgley

Herbert

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

103

1653

Lesley Aitchison Website

 

Bristol. Ald. George White's Gift BOND Between James Mattock, Cooper, Thomas Yate, Baker, and John Somers, Brewer, of Bristol, and Nicholas Meredith, Chamberlain, relative to Mattocks' undertaking to repay the 'free loan' he receives from the City out of George White's charity. On paper, 16" x 13", in Latin and English. Attested contemporary copy. Note on verso "The orriginall sent by Mr Stratton to New England to (illegible) of James Mattock". 11th Nov. 1653. 26.00 In 1635 George White left money to provide loans of 20 for 10 poor freemen of the city.

White

Mattock

Yate

Somers

Meredith

Stratton

 

 

 

104

1760

Lesley Aitchison Website

 

Bristol. Burgesses OATH OF A BURGESS Vellum document printed with the oath, decorative headpiece of city arms, swags, etc, admitting Charles Branson, Yeoman, in the Liberties of the City. Name, occupation, dates, Mayor and Sheriff's names, reason for admittance (by Vote of Corner Council) completed in MS. Signed by the Chamberlain. Size 10" x 7", previously folded, with perforations of heart, crescent, diamond and trefoil, and the initials 'CB' impressed. 12th March 1760.

Branson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

105

1835

Lesley Aitchison Website

 

Bristol. Mrs Burdock THE EXECUTION OF MRS BURDOCK, Aged 34 Years, Convicted at the Bristol Assizes, of the Wilful Murder of Mrs Clara Ann Smith, an elderly Lady, Lodging at her house No 17, Trinity Street, Bristol, and who was Executed upon the New Drop, Bristol Gaol, this day (Wednesday,) April 15th 1835. Broadside, printed on one side only, laid down and folded, size approx. 15" x 7", with 2 woodcuts one showing the hanging the other a portrait of Mrs Burdock. Laid down on conservation paper, slight trace of original vertical fold, a few minor edge tears, a few grubby marks in margin. John Bonnor, Printer, Nicholas Steps, Bristol: (1835)

Burdock

Smith

Bonnor

 

 

 

 

 

 

106

1746

Lesley Aitchison Website

 

Bristol. Newgate Gaol REQUEST by the Mayor and Aldermen to Abel Dagge, Keeper of His Majesty's Gaol of Newgate, to conduct the prisoner Thomas Dickey to the next Court in the Guildhall. 10 lines on folded sheet size 6" x 10", 2 small holes, minor tears, very fine wax seal of city with ship and tower approx. 1" diameter. 1746. 25.00 On verso is note from Dagge saying Dickey is not in his Custody and 'therefore I cannot have his body before the Mayor and Aldermen as by the said precept I am commanded.'

Dagge

Dickey

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

107

1747

Lesley Aitchison Website

 

Bristol. Tolzey Court BAIL CERTIFICATE bailing John Ball in a debt case, Nicholas Ablart, Merchant Taylor, and John Scott, Peruke Maker, Burgess, standing bail. On vellum, approx. 5" x 7", slight browning, red paper impressed stamps, four signatures. 1747.

Ball

Ablart

Scott

 

 

 

 

 

 

108

1828

Lesley Aitchison Website

 

Bristol. Clifton Land AN ACT for enabling the Committee or Committees of the Estate of Elizabeth Russ, a Lunatic, to sell Estates in the Parish of Clifton.... and in the Parish of Saint Philip and Jacob in the City of Bristol. 15pp. 1828. 15.00 Contains a 1pp Schedule of the land with descriptions, names of tenants, rents etc.

Russ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

109

1859

Lesley Aitchison Website

 

Bitton DECLARATION OF MR WILLIAM HICKS TOWNSEND of the City of Bristol Land Agent and Surveyor, testifying that 'Rodway Hill' should belong to Rodway Hill Farm. 3p, folio, one edge slightly worn, affecting a few words. 1859. 18.00 Townsend had been Agent for the owners of the Farm, Lord Middleton and Edward Colston, in the 1840's

Townsend

Middleton

Colston

 

 

 

 

 

 

110

1859-1868

Lesley Aitchison Website

 

Cheltenham BEMAN FAMILY Account Book, possibly kept by family solicitor, detailing debit and credit of various Trust Accounts, Rent & Tax Account, Birdlip Estate Account, "Brimpsfield Overseers", "26 Clarence Square", "Beman and Washbourne Bros.", "Furniture Account" (includes bills at Cheltenham silversmiths, cabinet makers etc.), "Wine Account" as well as expenses of various family members on clothing, charities, journeys etc. Approx 180 pages in small 8vo cashbook, full reversed calf, metal clasp. 1859-68

Beman

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

111

19th century

Lesley Aitchison Website

 

Cheltenham CATALOGUE OF HORSES To be Sold by Auction by Warner, Sheppard & Wade Ltd. at The Repository, Cheltenham, Oct. 13th.... Catalogue, 4pp., folio, folded. Lists 96 horses under owner's name, with type of horse, age, character, prizes won, where hunted, brief history etc. Three horizontal folds, with water staining and discolouration along folds, tear in margin at two folds, some foxing spots. Loosely inserted is Catalogue of Carriages, Harness & Saddlery for sale after the horses. 1p. 4to. n.d. late 19th century. 45.00 Owners include Hartigan Brothers, Waterford; Asgill Colville; R.C Berkeley; Charles Tilley, Huntsfield Court ('sold on account of Owner having bought a Motor Car').

Hartigan

Colville

Berkeley

Tilley

 

 

 

 

 

112

1874

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Dymock PROBATE of the will of Thomas Onions of Ryton, yeoman. Vellum, size 20" x 23", printed certificate and large papered seal attached. 1874

Onions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

113

1776

Lesley Aitchison Website

 

Frampton upon Severn WILL of John Hieron of Frampton, 1776. 2p, folio, attested copy taken in 1787. Leaves his estate at Frampton 'lately purchased of Thomas Loveday of Painswick' to his three sons. 1787. 18.00 Also refers to 'one acre of land in the Nassfield'.

Hieron

Loveday

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

114

1760

Lesley Aitchison Website

 

Lower Guiting PROBATE of the Will of Paul Stait of Lower Guiting, Taylor. Vellum sheet 8" x 14", printed certificate with MS inserts, and papered seal, attached. 1760. 14.00 Refers to his land at Grotton, Winchcombe, and at Lower Guiting.

Stait

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

115

1684

Lesley Aitchison Website

 

Slimbridge BOND of John Essington, of Gosington, Slimbridge, to Giles Gefferyes of Slimbridge. Vellum, 5" x 16", wax seal. 1684. 24.00 Refers to property transaction.

Essington

Gefferyes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

116

1717

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Stanton LEASE of messuage and close called White's in Stanton, Thomas Evans, Weaver to William Evans. Vellum, 11" x 17", two wax seals on tags. Some damp spotting of vellum. 1717.

Evans

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

117

1575

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Talbot (Gilbert), later seventh Earl of Shrewsbury, and Mary his wife LETTER to his father, dated 'At Godrydche your L. castell this xijth day of Jan 1575.' 1 pages, paper size 12" x 9", 42 lines in all, signed by both Mary and Gilbert 'your L. moste humble And obedyent Lovinge children'. Blank conjoint leaf with 'To my Lorde father' on verso, small piece torn from bottom of blank leaf. Loosely inserted in specially-made grey card folder. He says the bearer of the letter, his father's sergeant of 'Ichingfylde' (possibly Ecclesfield near Sheffield) is to bring him all the money he could gather from the 'extretts of Ichyngfylde', although the bailiffs say many complain they are not worth as much as they are amerced. A man called Wygfall will meet the Earl at Sheffield a day or two after the sergeant and go through the accounts 'which withoute his owne explayninge wolde very hardly be understode, And I can now best spare him for that the Furnesse is not yet blowynge which after it be once sett a worke will require much more tendynge, And I hope aboute his returne we shal be in a redines to sett her in hande'. He says he will send a full account of the the state of the works. 'The Iron goeth but slowly away, for that I will not cum so Lowe As the contry thynketh to brynge me unto, And I am moste Assured by forbering hastie salle for a wyle to brynge them to xj. li. xs. the Tunn'. He says he has arranged for two fellows to make a pump in the well. He is to pay them 20 nobles and find them the lead. He then asks for his father's advice about whether 'ye parlament dothe houlde, which is here thoughte to doe, the tyme drawyng neere....' 1575. 230.00 At this time Gilbert was M.P. for Derbyshire. He apparently conspired with his step-mother 'Bess of Hardwick' against his father, but after his death quarelled violently with her and all the rest of his family, and his tenantry. He accused his younger brother and a doctor of conspiring to kill him and even challenged him to a duel. His father George Talbot was at this time the keeper of Mary Queen of Scots at his castle at Sheffield. The Talbots owned extensive land in the Forest of Dean. There is no clue as to where the blowing furnace was situated, but it may have been near Lydney.

Talbot

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

118

1764

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1764 ANTIQUE DEED BANKRUPT TOBACCONIST .. MANUSCRIPT LEGAL DOCUMENT; BEING THE RELEASE OF HOUSES AND PROPERTY FOR THE SUM OF 200. INTERESTING INDENTURE MANUSCRIPT BETWEEN DAVID JONES OF CORK HILL, RADCLIFFE CROSS IN THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX, TOBACCONIST AND JOHN JONES OF FAIRFORD IN THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER. THREE ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMPS AND TWO RED WAX SEALS - INTERESTING ITEM FOR COLLECTORS OF SOCIAL HISTORY, LOCAL HISTORY OR GENEALOGY FOR THE JONES FAMILY GUARANTEED ORIGINAL AND IN GOOD CONDITION ON FOUR FOLDED SHEETS OF VELLUM SIZE 28 INCHES BY 24 INCHES

Jones

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

119

1851

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1851 PERSONAL LETTER WITH PENNY RED AND WAX SEAL Letter dated January 4th 1851. Letter addressed to Richard Scarlett Esq of Thornbury, Bristol. Letter from "BridgenhamBridge", the Red Lion Square. Letter states: " Dear Sir, Re: Robinson. We have made the usual searches for the other side send a Certificate thereof. Yours Truly, BridgenhamBridge" Has a nice wax seal, official post office stamp of "Ja 5 1851" and a Penny Red.

Scarlett

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

120

1807

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Six-page vellum "mortgage for securing 1751 and interest" on land owned by Ed. Bloxsome of Dursley. It describes in great detail the land owned by Ed. Bloxsome, mostly in the parish of Berkeley. Fasinating item for anyone interested in the history of this area. Parties appear to be Charles Wat...? Esq and Mr Daniel Burges.

Bloxsome

Burges

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

121

1830

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Deed of covenant detailing land in Cam and Slimbridge leased by the Earl of Berkeley to Ed. Bloxsome of Dursley. Dated 9/1/1830

Bloxsome

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

122

1827

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Vellum Covenenant for the production of title deeds to KINGSTON FARM, SLIMBRIDGE, leased by Wm Fry of Dursley to Ed Bloxsome of Dursley. Goes into considerable detail. Dated 7/7/1827. Slight fire damage to one corner. Very interesting item for anyone interested in the history of the area.

Bloxsome

Fry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

123

1695

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1695 RARE ANTIQUE DOCUMENT - PAPER INDENTURE - MADE DURING THE REIGN OF WILLIAM III *. MANUSCRIPT LEGAL DOCUMENT; BEING AN INDENTURE BETWEEN JOHN RICKARDS OF FAIRFORD IN THE COUNTY GLOUCESTER AND RICHARD WALKER YEOMAN. PROPERTY AND MESSUAGES AT FAIRFORD INCLUDING SHOP AND DWELLING HOUSE CONTAINING SEVERAL ROOMS ON THREE FLOORS WITH WATER PUMP AND WELL - IN THE YARD THERE WAS A STABLE AND MALT HOUSE. VERY NICE CLEARLY WRITTEN DOCUMENT WITH INFORMATION ON THE LAYOUT AND RESPONSIBILITIES FOR MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR. INTERESTING ITEM FOR COLLECTORS OF SOCIAL HISTORY, LOCAL HISTORY OR GENEALOGY FOR THE RIKARDS OR WALKER FAMILY GUARANTEED ORIGINAL AND IN GOOD CONDITION - ON ONE FOLDED SHEET OF WATERMARKED PAPER SIZE 12 INCHES BY 14 INCHES

Rickards

Walker

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

124

1813

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(HOLY BIBLE); THE HOLY BIBLE, CONTAINING THE OLD AND THE NEW TESTAMENTS, NEWLY TRANSLATED OUT OF THE ORIGINAL TONGUES AND WITH THE FORMER TRANSLATIONS DILIGENTLY COMPARED AND REVISED pub by JOHN BASKETT, OXFORD, 1733, 4to, Full Calf. This lovely bible is bound in original contemporary calf with blind tooling to spine and boards. The full collection of works herein is as follows: 1)THE BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER (with Psalter); BASKETT, 1733; 2) THE HOLY BIBLE...; BASKETT, 1733 (includes Apocrypha); 3) THE NEW TESTAMENT (with index and tables); JOHN BASKETT, 1733; THE WHOLE BOOK OF PSALMS (Hopkins, Sternhold, etc); A WILDE; THE COMPANY OF STATIONERS, 1729. The unrestored contemporary full calf shows cracking along the joints. The boards remain firmly attached. Internally, the book is very clean and easy to read. This is a delightful early 18th century bible in scarce original leather. A very nice item. Inscribed "Jemima Fawkes her book April ye 25 1813". The only two Jemima Fawkes in the IGI were baptised at Stroud, Gloucestershire, on on 3 Feb 1793, the other on 8 Nov 1795.

Fawkes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

125

1750

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1750 ANTIQUE VELLUM DEED GLOUCESTER - REIGN OF GEORGE II *. MANUSCRIPT LEGAL DOCUMENT; BEING A LEASE FOR PASTURE GROUND KNOWN BY THE NAME OF THE BOWERS IN THE PARISH OF MORSTON VALOURS IN THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER. BETWEEN WILLIAM JONES OF THE CITY OF GLOUCESTER AND RICHARD CAMBRIDGE OF WHEATONHURST IN THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER. THREE ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMPS AND ONE WAX SEAL. INTERESTING ITEM FOR COLLECTORS OF SOCIAL HISTORY, LOCAL HISTORY OR GENEALOGY FOR THE JONES FAMILY GUARANTEED ORIGINAL AND IN GOOD CONDITION SOME RUBBING TO FORLD CORNERS - ON ONE FOLDED SHEET OF VELLUM - SIZE 22 INCHES BY 15 INCHES

Jones

Cambridge

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

126

1656

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1656 RARE ANTIQUE VELLUM COMMONWEALTH DEED FROM TIME OF OLIVER CROMWELL*. MANUSCRIPT LEGAL DOCUMENT; BETWEEN GEORGE LEWIS OF BYHTON IN GLOUCESTERSHIRE AND HENRY LEWIS OF MATHAWANT IN THE COUNTY OF MONMOUTH FOR A CLOSE OF GROUND IN SHROPSHIRE CALLED THE QUIMTH GARDEN. SEAL TAPE BUT NO WAX. INTERESTING ITEM FOR COLLECTORS OF SOCIAL HISTORY, LOCAL HISTORY OR GENEALOGY FOR THE LEWIS FAMILY GUARANTEED ORIGINAL AND IN GOOD CONDITION - ON ONE FOLDED SHEET OF VELLUM SIZE 15 INCHES BY 6 INCHES

Lewis

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

127

1860

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1860 ANTIQUE DEED MINSTERWORTH GLOUCESTER .. MANUSCRIPT LEGAL DOCUMENT; BEING A FURTHER CHARGE FOR 300 PLUS INTEREST. BETWEEN CHARLES ADAMS DAW OF TORQUAY IN THE COUNTY OF DEVON AND BELLAMIRA HAWKINS OF MINSTERWORTH IN THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER. WITH ONE ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMP - ONE WAX SEAL - INTERESTING ITEM FOR COLLECTORS OF SOCIAL HISTORY, LOCAL HISTORY AND GENEALOGY FOR THE DAW FAMILY GUARANTEED ORIGINAL AND IN GOOD CONDITION ON ONE FOLDED SHEETS OF PARCHEMENT SIZE 28 INCHES BY 22 INCHES

Daw

Hawkins

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

128

1930

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1930 DOCUMENT BARONET MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT.. MANUSCRIPT AND TYPE WRITTEN LEGAL DOCUMENT; BEING THE DRAFT APPOINTMENT IN FAVOUR OF MISS NANCY BRENDA DARELL UNDER THE TRUSTS OF SIR LIONEL AND LADY DARELL'S MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT - SAUL LODGE IN THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER. INTERESTING ITEM FOR COLLECTORS OF SOCIAL HISTORY, LOCAL HISTORY AND GENEALOGY FOR THE DARELL FAMILY AS IT CONTAINS NAMES OF BENIFICIARIES GUARANTEED ORIGINAL AND IN GOOD CONDITION, SOME DUSTING - ON FIVE FOLDED SHEETS OF PAPER SIZE 13 INCHES BY 16 INCHES

Darell

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

129

1676

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1676 ANTIQUE VELLUM DEED TIME OF CHARLES II.. MANUSCRIPT LEGAL DOCUMENT; BEING A TRIPARTITE INDENTURE FOR THE SALE DOCUMENT FOR A HOUSE GARDEN ORCHARD AND PASTURE AT MORETON IN THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER UNER LEASE TO ABRAHAM CHAMBERLAN AND YEILDING AND PAYING TO THE SAME. BETWEEN THOMAS HUMFRIES OF THE PARISH OF MORETON IN THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER, YEOMAN AND JOHN SINANDLY OF THE PARISH OF ESTINGTON IN THE SAID COUNTY TO HUMFREY WILMATON OF THE PARISH OF MORETON ORNATE FIRST LETTER OF THE INDENTURE - INTERESTING ITEM FOR COLLECTORS OF SOCIAL HISTORY, LOCAL HISTORY AND GENEALOGY FOR THE HUMFRIES FAMILY GUARANTEED ORIGINAL AND IN GOOD CONDITION - CLEAR SECRETARY HAND - THREE SEAL TAPES BUT NO WAX - ON ONE FOLDED SHEET OF VELLUM SIZE 25 INCHES BY 27 INCHES - WITH SECOND SHEET 6 INCHES BY 28 INCHES

Chamberlan

Humfries

Sinandly

Wilmaton

 

 

 

 

 

130

1837-1913

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This is a collection of old documents and correspondence relating to various matters, mentioning property in Ramsgate, Kent; the Overton Estate in Arlingham, Gloucestershire; in Pimlico. Personal names include Lavinia de la Vina Brunt; R. J. Holford; John Newby; Edward Wotton; John Yate; John Swing of Bristol; John Tyler; Ephraim George of Ramsgate; Edith Monius of Dover; and others. Dates of the various documents range from 1837 to 1913. An interesting number of documents for genealogy and family historians.

Brunt

Holford

Newby

Wotton

Yate

Swing

Tyler

George

Monius

131

1874

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1874 ANTIQUE PARCHMENT DEED GLOUCESTERSHIRE. WITH FIVE SHEETS AND TWO EXTRA DEEDS ON REVERSE ALL WITH SEALS AND REVENUES. MANUSCRIPT LEGAL INDENTURE DOCUMENT; BEING THE MORTGAGE OF HEREDITAMENTS IN THE PARISHES OF WHEATENHURST SAUL AND STANDISH, GLOUCESTERSHIRE FOR SECURING THE REPAYMENT OF 5000. BETWEEN CHARLES HAWKINS FISHER OF STROUD IN THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER; THE REVEREND FREDERIC COLBORNE FISHER OF WALTON ON TRENT IN THE COUNTY OF DERBY; HENRY PICKARD CAMBRIDGE OF WEYMOUTH, DORSET; JOSEPH TIMBRELL FISHER OF STROUD; FOR ALL THAT FARM LANDS AND PREMISES CALLED LEYS FARM OR FRAMILODE FARM - PLUS MANY OTHER CLOSES AND PASTURES. WITH THREE ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMP - THIRTEEN WAX SEALS - INTERESTING ITEM FOR COLLECTORS OF SOCIAL HISTORY, LOCAL HISTORY AND GENEALOGY FOR THE FISHER FAMILY GUARANTEED ORIGINAL AND IN GOOD CONDITION ON FIVE FOLDED SHEETS OF PARCHEMENT SIZE 24 INCHES BY 28 INCHES

Fisher

Cambridge

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

132

1827

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1827 ANTIQUE VELLUM DEED REIGN OF GEORGE IV. MANUSCRIPT LEGAL INDENTURE DOCUMENT; BEING THE LEASE OF HYATTS ORCHARDS ON THE ROAD FROM SAUL TO FRAMILODE MILLS. BETWEEN PURNELL BRANSBY PURNELL OF STAINCOMBE IN THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER AND CHARLES OWEN CAMBRIDGE OF WHITMINSTER HOUSE IN THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER. WITH ONE ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMPS - ONE WAX SEAL - AND SMALL SITE SURVEY PLAN - INTERESTING ITEM FOR COLLECTORS OF SOCIAL HISTORY, LOCAL HISTORY AND GENEALOGY FOR THE CAMBRIDGE FAMILY GUARANTEED ORIGINAL AND IN GOOD CONDITION ON ONE FOLDED SHEET OF VELLUM SIZE 30 INCHES BY 22 INCHES

Purnell

Cambridge

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

133

1852

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1852 ANTIQUE PARCHMENT DEED GLOUCESTER ESTATE. MANUSCRIPT LEGAL INDENTURE DOCUMENT; BEING A RENT CHARGE DOCUMENT AGAINST A MORTGAGE FOR PREMISES AND LAND INCLUDING: A MANSION HOUSE CALLED WHITMINSTER HOUSE WITH THE STABLES COACH HOUSE AND YARDS, GARDENS, LAWNS SITUATE IN THE PARISH OF WHEATENHURST IN THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER; LAND AND CLOSES AT WHEATENHURST, SAUL AND FRAMPTON UPON SEVERN; WOODLAND CALLED THE ROUGHETT; THE WALK HOUSE AT FRAMPTON; PAGTHORNE FARM AND LEYS FARM; SAUL FARM; PAYMENTS FROM THE GLOUCESTER AND BERKELEY CANAL COMPANY AND CONSIDERATIONS FOR PAYMENT FOR CERTAIN MILLS CALLED THE WHITMINSTER MILLS. BETWEEN WILLIAM CHARLES LAMBERT OF KNOWLE IN THE COUNTY OF DORSET; OCTAVIUS PICKARD CAMBRIDGE OF BLOXWORTH IN THE SAME COUNTY; THE REVEREND GEORGE PICKARD CAMBRIDGE OF BLOXWORTH IN THE SAME COUNTY; HENRY PICKARD CAMBRIDGE A CAPTAIN IN THE EIGHTH REGIMENT OF MADRAS NATIVE INFANTRY; PAUL HAWKINS FISHER OF STROUD IN THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER AND CHARLES HAWKINS FISHER. WRITTEN IN THE REIGN OF QUEEN VICTORIA, THIS LARGE DOCUMENT GIVES INFORMATION BY SCHEDULE OF A NUMBER OF PROPERTIES WITH FOUR ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMPS - SIX WAX SEALS - INTERESTING ITEM FOR COLLECTORS OF SOCIAL HISTORY, LOCAL HISTORY AND GENEALOGY FOR THE FISHER OR CAMBRIDGE FAMILY GUARANTEED ORIGINAL AND IN GOOD CONDITION ON FOUR FOLDED SHEET OF VELLUM SIZE 30 INCHES BY 26 INCHES

Lambert

Cambridge

Fisher

 

 

 

 

 

 

134

1827

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1827 ANTIQUE VELLUM DEED GLOUCESTER ESTATE, REIGN OF GEORGE IV. MANUSCRIPT LEGAL INDENTURE DOCUMENT; BEING A RELEASE AND CONVEYANCE IN FEE OF A CLOSE AND SEVERAL PIECES OF LAND IN THE PARISHES OF SAUL AND FRETHERNE IN THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER IN EXCHANGE FOR OTHER LANDS. BETWEEN PURNELL BRANSBY PURNELL OF STAUCOMBE PARK IN THE PARISH OF STAITHOMBE IN THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER AND CHARLES OWEN CAMBRIDGE OF WHITMINSTER HOUSE IN THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER. FRANILODE MILLS WITH TWO SMALL SURVEY MAPS WITH THREE ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMPS - ONE WAX SEALS - INTERESTING ITEM FOR COLLECTORS OF SOCIAL HISTORY, LOCAL HISTORY AND GENEALOGY FOR THE PURNELL OR CAMBRIDGE FAMILY GUARANTEED ORIGINAL AND IN GOOD CONDITION - WITH SOME INK LOSS TO FOLD BUT READABLE THROUGH OUT ON THREE FOLDED SHEETS OF VELLUM SIZE 30 INCHES BY 26 INCHES

Purnell

Cambridge

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

135

1614

Dominic Winter 5 Nov 2003

379

Large vellum grant, dated 9th November 1614, relating to the considerations paid to William Heydon, Esquire, for the granting to Nicholas Crispe, of Birchington in Kent, the Manor of Hasilton in Gloucester, with all its members and appurtenances, which was late in the possession of the Monastery called Winchelcombe alias Winchcombe, also William Heydon has given and granted to Samuel Gilbert of Bridgerule in Cornwall, and Richard Gilbert of Northpetherwyn of Devon, the Manor of Takebeare in Cornwall, with superb hand-engraved plumbago portrait of King James I holding orb and sceptre, decorated top line and upper border, with portion of Great seal attached by cord, small hole to document and text partially abraded, with accompanying translation

Heydon

Crispe

Gilbert

 

 

 

 

 

 

136

1820

Dominic Winter 5 Nov 2003

380

Attractive large vellum Recovery document, dated 21st June 1820, in which Francis Price petitions against Joseph Blower for three messuages, four barns, four stables, one hundred and eighty acres of land, fifty acres of meadow, thirty acres of pasture, together with common and pasture for all manner of cattle in the Parish of Newent, with large initial portrait of the King and decorative border at top and margins, with seal tag retaining defective Royal Wax seal contained in metal skippet The portrait is that of George Ill, even though George IV had acceded to the throne in January 1820.

Price

Blower

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

137

1802

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An attractive and interesting obligation bond dated 28th December 1802 during the reign of King George III, concerning Thomas Vernon Dolphin of Eyford in the county of Gloucester Esquire being bound to George Garland of the Town and County of Poole Esquire in the sum of 12,000. A very clean and crisp document bearing the usual folds. Comprising a single folded sheet of period watermarked paper approx. 16 x 12 with all text fully legible for transcription. Single integral wafer paper/red wax/paper seal and three embossed revenue stamps.

Dolphin

Garland

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

138

1888

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Here is a parchment Indenture dated 30th April 1888 being in respect of a Conveyance of property at Linden Road, Gloucester. The contract is between Alexander Dunn, Builder; and Samuel Pready, Waterman. Other names mentioned are Abraham Booth, Henry Parsons Edgell Whatley, George Francis Riddiford, and George Keys. This nicely handwritten document runs to four pages, contains a plan of the premises, bears two original wax seals and two revenue stamps. In excellent condition.

Dunn

Pready

Booth

Whatley

Riddiford

Keys

 

 

 

139

1886

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1886 ANTIQUE DOCUMENTs CHEPSTOW AND GLOUCESTER.. MANUSCRIPT LEGAL DOCUMENTS: BEING AN ARCHIVE OF DOCUMENTS FROM A HEREFORD SOLICITORS OFFICE CONCERNING THE MATTERS OF A HIGFORD HIGFORD OF ALDERMASTON COURT IN THE COUNTY OF BERKS AND EDWARD CROMPTON OF BRISTOL ROAD IN THE CITY OF GLOUCESTER, INN KEEPER - ALSO HIGFORD TO HERBERT LEWIS OF CHEPSTOW IN THE COUNTY OF MONMOUTH. SEVENTEEN DOCUMENTS SOME WITH MULTIPLE PAGES AND MAP AND PLAN INTERESTING ITEM FOR COLLECTORS OF SOCIAL HISTORY, LOCAL HISTORY AND GENEALOGY FOR THE HIGFORD FAMILY GUARANTEED ORIGINAL AND IN GOOD CONDITION - ON FOLDED SHEETS OF PAPER SIZES VARIOUS

Higford

Crompton

Lewis

 

 

 

 

 

 

140

1706

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Legal document hand-written on vellum and dated 1706 between Walter Thomas and Elizabeth Spollister(?) regarding the conveyance of land at Almondsbury, near Bristol. 29 inches by 24 inches, this has been folded to approximately A4 size leaving creases on the document, with a small stain along one part of a crease.

Thomas

Spollister

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

141

1776

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1776 ANTIQUE VELLUM DEED REIGN OF GEORGE III. MANUSCRIPT LEGAL INDENTURE DOCUMENT; BETWEEN JANE WORRALL OF THE CITY OF GLOUCESTER; ELIZABETH WORRALL OF THE SAME CITY AND WILLIAM STOCK OF THE CITY OF LONDON CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST AND EDMUND PHILLIPS OF THE CITY OF GLOUCESTER; SAMUEL BOWYER OF THE EXCHEQUER OFFICE. MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT BETWEEM WILLIAM STOCK AND JANE WORRALL WITH ONE ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMP - SIX RED WAX SEALSL - INTERESTING ITEM FOR COLLECTORS OF SOCIAL HISTORY, LOCAL HISTORY AND GENEALOGY FOR THE STOCK AND WORRAL FAMILY GUARANTEED ORIGINAL AND IN GOOD CONDITION WITH SOME STORAGE WEAR - ON ONE FOLDED SHEET OF VELLUM SIZE 29 INCHES BY 25 INCHES

Worrall

Stock

Phillips

Bowyer

 

 

 

 

 

142

1826

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1826 ANTIQUE PARCHMENT DEED WILTSHIRE REIGN OF GEORGE IV.. LOW START AND NO RESERVE. MANUSCRIPT LEGAL INDENTURE DOCUMENT; BEING A DEED OF COVENANT FOR THE PRODUCTION OF TITLE DEEDS. BETWEEN RICHARD CHAMPERNOWNE OF THE CITY OF BATH TO JOSEPH RUCK OF DOWN AMPNEY IN THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER. SCHEDULE REFERENCES TO A PARCEL OF LAND AND HEREDITAMENTS AT CALCOT IN THE COUNTY OF WILTSHIRE WITH REFERENCES TO INDENTURES GOING BACK TO 1776. ONE ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMP AND ONE RED WAX SEAL INTERESTING ITEM FOR COLLECTORS OF SOCIAL HISTORY, LOCAL HISTORY AND GENEALOGY FOR THE CHAMPERNOWNE FAMILY GUARANTEED ORIGINAL - GOOD CONDITION - GOOD CLEAR HAND - - ON ONE FOLDED SHEETS OF VELLUM SIZE 29 INCHES BY 23 INCHES

Champernowne

Ruck

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

143

1856

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An interesting Conditional Surrender draught document pertaining to the Manor Thelnetham Rectory dated 19th June 1856 during the reign of Queen Victoria, Robert Bidwell Edwards of Cheltenham in the County of Gloucester Esquire a Major in Her Majestys Service, surrendering his Copyhold tenancy in the said manor to Charles Heberden and James Dodson. Other names mentioned: John Parker, Edward Codd, Joseph Eaton Hale, Arthur Blencowe, Richards S. Taylor & John Clayton. A very clean and crisp document bearing the usual long term storage folds. Comprising a single folded sheet of period watermarked paper approx. 16 x 13 with all text fully legible for transcription.

Edwards

Heberden

Dodson

Parker

Codd

Hale

Blencowe

Taylor

Clayton

144

1756

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1756 ANTIQUE VELLUM MANUSCRIPT DEED REIGN OF GEORGE III -.LOW START PRICE AND NO RESERVE MANUSCRIPT INDENTURE DEED OF MEMORIAL BETWEEN FRANCIS BOYNTON LATE OF BEVERLEY IN THE COUNTY OF YORK BUT KNOW OF CHERRY BURTON AND JAMES FARRAH OF THE CITY OF BRISTOL TO MARY BERRY OF BEVERLEY. FOR MESSUAGE AND LAND WITH PLANTATIONS AT LANEGATE IN BEVERVELEY IN THE COUNTY OF YORKSHIRE IN FINE TO VERY FINE CONDITION - - GUARANTEED ORIGINAL - ONE SIGNET WAX SEAL - OF INTEREST TO SOCIAL HISTORIANS, COLLECTORS OF LEGAL DOCUMENTS AND GENEALOGY FOR THE FARRAH AND BERRY FAMILIES FAMILIES ON ONE SHEET OF FOLDED VELLUM - SIZE 21 INCHES BY 3 INCHES

Boynton

Farrah

Berry

 

 

 

 

 

 

145

1776

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This is an old indenture dated 1776 between Savage and Houdall (this surname might be Hendall or Hondall - difficult to make out - see my other indentures for sale), and relating to land and property in Much Marcle, Herefordshire, and at Bully, Gloucestershire. The document mentions George Savage, Edward Rogers, William Burfurd, and Sarah (wife of ?). 17 x 14" approx. In good condition for it's age. The document is clean and readable. There are 2 copies of the same thing - both are included in this auction.

Savage

Houdall

Rogers

Burfurd

 

 

 

 

 

146

1821

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1821 ANTIQUE DEED GLOUCESTERSHIRE GEORGE IV -.LOW START PRICE AND NO RESERVE SECONDARY COPY TITLE DEED FROM MITCHELMERSH MANOR MANUSCRIPT LEGAL DOCUMENT FROM THE COURT OF THE MANOR OF THE RIGHT HONOURABLE JOHN LORD SHERBOURNE, BARON OF SHERBOURNE IN THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER "IN THIS COURT JOSHUA FAY AND JOYCE HIS WIFE CUSTOMARY TENANTS OF THE MANOR IN CONSIDERATION OF THE SUM OF EIGHT HUNDRED AND FIFTY POUNDS SURRENDERED INTO THE HANDS OF THE LORD OF THE MANOR FOR ONE MESSUAGE WITH FIFTEEN ACRES OF LAND AND A PLOT OF SITUATE ON ABRIDGE COMMON BOUNDED ON THE NORTH EAST BY THE PUBLIC CARRIAGE ROAD FROM LOKERLY TOWARDS ROMSEY TO WILLIAM ATKINS OF KYMBRIDGE IN THE PARISH OF MOLTISFONT." WITH ONE FISCAL REVENUE STAMP IN FINE CONDITION - GUARANTEED ORIGINAL - OF INTEREST TO SOCIAL HISTORIANS, COLLECTORS OF LEGAL DOCUMENTS AND GENEALOGY FOR THE FAY FAMILY ON ONE SHEET OF FOLDED VELLUM - SIZE 17 INCHES BY 14 INCHES

Sherbourne

Fay

Atkins

 

 

 

 

 

 

147

1791

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This is a very interesting document issued from the Office of the Bishop of Bristol and dated 28th May 1791 accepting and proving the will of Stephen Phelps. It is fully signed, stamped and sealed, measures 10 x 6 inches and is in perfect condition. Probate granted to Elizabeth Phelps, Spinster.

Phelps

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

148

1773

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This is a part printed document dated 13th November 1773 which gives details of a loan and the repayments until 1789. The borrower lived in Stapleton, Gloucestershire and the lender in Wiltshire. The document measures 16 x 12 and is in good condition. From the image the document is a "Bond for 400 & Int at 4 pcent Dated 13th Novr 1773" from Mr Thos Helmes to Mrs Jane Tustin.

Helmes

Tustin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

149

1697

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1697 ANTIQUE VELLUM DOCUMENT REIGN OF WILLIAM III - GLOUCESTERSHIRE. LOW START PRICE AND NO RESERVE MANUSCRIPT LEGAL COPY TITLE DEED BEING AN ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE FOR MESSUAGE IN LEIGH STREET IN FFAIRTFORD BETWEEN JOHN BIRTLANDS FFAIRTFORD IN THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER AND ROBERT JENNER OF FFAIRTFORD . NICE OLD STYLE MANUSCRIPT WHICH WOULD BENEFIT FROM FURTHER RESEARCH TWO ESCUTCHEONED FISCAL REVENUE STAMPS AND ONE TAPE RED WAX SEAL. IN FINE CONDITION - GUARANTEED ORIGINAL - OF INTEREST TO SOCIAL HISTORIANS, COLLECTORS OF LEGAL DOCUMENTS AND GENEALOGY FOR THE JENNER FAMILY ON TWO SHEETS OF FOLDED VELLUM - SIZE 29 INCHES BY 27 INCHES

Birtlands

Jenner

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

150

1601

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An interesting vellum Indenture dated 21st April 1601 during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I, between John Whyte the younger of Gloucs Yeoman and Richard (Bledwyne?) of London Yeoman. A nice document bearing the usual long-term storage folds. Comprising a single sheet approx. 16 x 31 with all text fully legible for transcription. A few very small holes on central fold. Very slight discolouration of a narrow area straddling the central vertical fold. Bearing about half of the original red wax seal attached to seal tag.

Whyte

Bledwyne

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

151

1834

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1834 ANTIQUE MANUSCRIPT DOCUMENT LANCASTER. "BETWEEN WILLIAM PEDDER CLARKE LATE OF CASTLE END IN THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER TO RICHARD GEORGE CLARKE OF CLAPHAM" BEING A MANUSCRIPT INDENTURE FOR THE LEASE OF A SHARE OF MOITY AND LANDS IN BOLTON-LE-MOORS AND ELSEWHERE IN THE COUNTY OF LANCASTER

Clarke

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

152

1594

Bloomsbury 18 Mar 2004

12

Harwood (Anne, of Brookthorp). Last Will and Testament, D.s., manuscript, 2pp., 1st August 1594 Rochford (Laurence Hyde, first Earl of, statesman, 1641-1711) Order to pay Lord Fitzharding, the sum of thirty six pounds for nine months interest of six hundred pounds, D.s., printed form with manuscript insertions, folds, browned, 28th May 1696; and 9 others, documents, folio & v.s. (11).

Harwood

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

153

1717-1790

Bloomsbury 18 Mar 2005

35

Bristol/Gloucestershire.- Lysons (Daniel, of Hempstead Court, Gloucestershire, merchant, ?father of Daniel Lysons the physician 1727-1800). [Account book]. Journal No. A., manuscript account book, in several hands, 296pp., ruled in red throughout, slightly browned, contemporary panelled reversed calf, a little rubbed, lower cover detached, folio, 20th September 1717 - 31st August 1790. 750 - 1000

 

An interesting account book with a fund of social history relating to the business life of Bristol as well as a connection with a well known family of topographers and antiquaries. The accounts list many payments to William Freke, merchant for goods transported by the Ship Society and numerous other traders including John Champneys, Henry White, John Brickdale etc. Goods traded include: "a moyety of a Cargo of Cloath"; "a chest of Gunns sent by the Ship Society to Affrica"; sugar, "Butte of Porte Wine" etc. Payments are frequently made to "son Daniel Lysons and occasionally to his sisters Elizabeth Reeve [ne Lysons] and Mary Lysons. Much of the ledger is taken up with rents received from Lysons estates and land he rented, "By pd. the Dean & Chapter of Glo:r for 7 years chiefrent with the Acquittances for my estate at Santhurst." On 23 April 1787 Dr. Daniel Lysons is listed as executor of his father, "Rec.d on acc.t of Daniel Lysons M.D. his share of the mortgage as executor of his father 354. 12. 11." The Lysons' were a wealthy family with an estate at Hempstead in Gloucestershire, Dr. Daniel Lysons (1727-1800), physician was uncle of Daniel Lysons (1762-1834), topographer and Samuel Lysons (1763-1819), antiquary.

Lysons

Freke

Champneys

White

Brickdale

Reeve

 

 

 

154

1782-1785

Bloomsbury 18 Mar 2004

53

Coalmining.- Smith (Sir Jarrit, of Long Ashton Court, MP & lawyer, 1692-1783). Account book for several pits including Half Moon Pit, The Engine Pit, The Land Pit & The New Pit in the ?Long Ashton coalfield and with references to Coalpit Heath and Edgefield, manuscript, c. 366pp., ruled in red, slightly browned, used in the early part of the twentieth century as a social scrapbook with ephemera and newspaper cuttings relating to the Smyth family, Long Ashton Court etc. tipped-in, original reversed calf, worn, folio, 6th September 1782 - 19th May 1785. 400 - 600 Includes a wealth of detail relating to a highly profitable coal mining operation in south Gloucestershire and north Somerset. Some of the ephemera relates to Tyntesfield Manor near Bristol.

Smith

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

155

1608

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EARLY STUART OBLIGATION BOND WHERE WILLIAM TEMPEST THE ELDER OF CUSWELL IN OXFORDSHIRE AND WILLIAM TEMPEST THE YOUNGER OF WHADDON ARE BOUND TO LODOVICKE PURBER OF PINNER, LONDON FOR THE SUM OF 150. Dated 15 December in the 6th year of the reign of James I, 1608 The bond was in relation to the sale of land between Sir Richard Flaxmor of Somerton, Oxfordshire, Henry Loreton of London, Esquire and William Nayler of Oxford who sold a messuage and lands in Colford and Newlands, Gloucestershire and 6 acres of meadow now in the possession of William Wynter, to Lodovicke Purber for the sum of 500. Handwritten in Latin and English. Signatures and very nice impression of armourial wax seal. Good condition.

Tempest

Purber

Flaxmor

Loreton

Nayler

Wynter

 

 

 

156

1844

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ANTIQUE DEED BRISTOL DEAN AND CHAPTER WITH CATHERAL SEAL 1844. LOW START PRICE AND NO RESERVE MANUSCRIPT LEGAL DOCUMENT BEING THE LEASE FOR TWO HOUSES IN PIPE LANE IN THE CITY OF BRISTOL BETWEEN THE DEAN OF CHAPTER OF THE CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF BRISTOL TO MR JOHN TAYLOR OF THE CITY OF BRISTOL. WITH WAFER WAX SEAL AND ONE ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMP. IN FINE CONDITION - GUARANTEED ORIGINAL - SUITABLE FOR FRAMING OF INTEREST TO SOCIAL HISTORIANS, COLLECTORS OF LEGAL DOCUMENTS AND GENEALOGY FOR THE TAYLOR FAMILY OF BRISTOL ON ONE SHEET OF FOLDED VELLUM - SIZE 23 INCHES BY 27 INCHES

Taylor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

157

1627

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1627 ANTIQUE PAPER DEED REIGN OF CHARLES I . LOW START PRICE AND NO RESERVE A LICENSE OF ALIENATION TO BE GRANTED TO CHARLES COXE AND CHRISTOPHER COXE FOR THE ALLIENATION OF MESSUAGE AND COTTAGE AND GARDENS ARABLE LANDS AND MEADOWS AT ALRINGTON in the County of Glouc. to Robert Hall. MANUSCRIPT LEGAL DOCUMENT - FROM THE KINGS BARON COURT - REFERENCE TO THE RIGHT HONORABLE RICHARD LORD WESTON LORD HIGH TREASURER OF ENGLAND AND SIGNED BY THOMAS RAVENSCROFT - ANTHONY CROFTES AND FRANCIS POULTON ON HAND MADE PAPER. IN FINE TO VERY FINE CONDITION - GUARANTEED ORIGINAL - OF INTEREST TO SOCIAL HISTORIANS, COLLECTORS OF LEGAL DOCUMENTS AND GENEALOGY FOR THE COXE (OR COX) FAMILY ON ONE SHEET OF FOLDED PAPER - SIZE 10 INCHES BY 7 INCHES

Coxe

Hall

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

158

1609

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Interesting vellum Writ of James I. recording the enrollment at Westminster in the Court of Common Pleas, Michaelmas Term 7 James I [1609] between: Thomas Packer gentleman, and Lodovic Packer regarding lands in Coleford and Newland in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire. Dated 28th November 1609 in the 7th year of the reign of James I. This document, called a Common Recovery, was a legal fiction by which title to the property was transferred from Lodovic to Thomas. The property consisted of one messuage, two gardens, 10 acres land, 20 acres meadow & 30 acres pasture with appurtenances in Coleford & Newland. Superb calligraphy and excellent condition Very nicely executed "J" in "Jacobus". Vellum in excellent condition, crisp and clean with bright ink. Vellum document handwritten in Latin.

Packer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

159

1679

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Indenture recording the feoffment of a property in St Thomas' Street, Bristol, between John Knight of the City of Bristol, Esquire and eldest son of Sir John Knight, KG, and James Bull of Bristol, Farrier. Dated 29th March 1679 in the 31st year of the reign of Charles II An interesting indenture relating to the sale of a farriers premises with stabel, carts and mangers in St Thomas' Street, Bristol, in the possession of John Harris, Taylor, bounded with a messuage in the possession of George Brown the Elder in the South and with another stabel being lands of John Knight. Sir John Knight was Mayor of Bristol in 1663, and his son was Mayor in 1670. Two page indenture with attractive calligraphy handwritten in English. Signature of John Knight with seal tag. Set of nice signatures on dorse. Very good condition.

Knight

Bull

Harris

Taylor

Brown

 

 

 

 

160

1698

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Indenture regarding the sale of a close of land in Lechlade in the county of Gloucester, between Sir Francis Bathurst of Lechlade, Baronet, and John Badenham, Yeoman. Dated 17th December 1698 in the 10th year of the reign of William III Signature of Sir Francis Bathurst. Text is badly rubbed and faint in many places making reading difficult, but could be deciphered with patience. Some small tears in the folds. Condition reflected in low starting price.

Bathurst

Badenham

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

161

1721

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This is a superb 2 page Will dated 1st November 1721. It is on watermarked paper and beautifully written with numerous bequests. The writer of the Will came from Keynsham in the County of Somerset. The pages measure about 16 x 13 inches and the condition is very good. It appears to be a copy, there are no signatures. Testator: Joseph Daniel of Keynsham in Somerset, grasier. Legacies: 1. To Samuell Symonds of Downend in Glour., Gent., Joseph Pinker of Keynsham, Butcher, John Cook of the City of Bristol, Glassmaker and Thomas Daniel of Bussleton alias Brisslington in Somerset, yeoman, lands known as Long Gaston alias Gasson and Ten acres of arrable ground in the common field of Bussleton alias Brisslington called the west field one acre whereof lyes in the new Tyning, to hold to them to the severall uses following: to the use of his sons and daughters during the term of their naturalll life - Joseph Daniel, Thomas Daniel, William Daniel, Mary wife of Stephen Berk, Clothier, Sarah Daniell, Rachell Daniell and Leah Daniell Equally to be divided between them. 2. To his son Joseph four Grounds called heding Cleft containing 16 acres, three pieces of Ground lying in long furr-longs and one other piece of ground called long furr-longs adjoining to the hayward acre lying in Bussleton alies Brisslington forever from and imediatly after the Death of my Sister Mary Syms. 3. To son Thomas 125 to be paid within one year after his decease. 4. To daughter Mary wife of Stephen Beck 200 to be paid within one year of his decease as a Separate Estate from the said husband and with which he shall have nothing to doe and her Receipt shall be a Sufficient Discharge to any Executor of the same. 5. To daughter Sarah 700 to be paid within twelve months of his decease. 6. To daughter Lea 750 to be paid to the said Samuel Symons, Joseph Pinker, John Cook and Thomas Daniell whom he makes Trustees of his will, within twelve months of his decease to be place furth at Interest on the best Security or Securitys they can get for the same, which Interest shall from time to time be applied towards the mentainance Education and bringing up of her my sd. Daughter Lea until aged 21, at which time the principall and unpaid interest to be paid to Lea. If Lea dies before 21, to be equally divided between daughters Sarah and Rachell. The Trustees were required to make good any loss in the 750 and were to receive one guinea each for this. 7. To daughters Sarah, Rachell & Lea house he lived in in Keynsham for one year after his decease, then to son William. 8. To daughters Sarah, Rachell & Lea all household Goods and Plate to be divided equally. 9. To son William his part and share in the Glasshouse satuate near Temple Gate in the City of Bristol together with his part or share of the Goods and Effects belonging to the same. 10. He advised his children not to differ or goe to law with each other over his will. 11. Rest of his Estates to his son William, who he makes Executor. Signed 1st November 8 Geo I, 1721.

Daniel

Symons

Pinker

Cook

Berk

Syms

 

 

 

162

1729

Lesley Aitchison Website

 

Besley (William) OBLIGATION BOND to Thomas Neast of Bristol, Victualler for 120. 1729. In English and Latin, printed with MS inserts. 1p, sm. folio, blank conjoint leaf with docket title. Small wax seal. Signed by Besley and 2 witnesses.

Besley

Neast

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

163

1851

Lesley Aitchison Website

 

Clifton MORTGAGE of three houses in Upper Park Street.... George Salvidge to John Place and others... 1851. 4 large vellum sheets, wax seal.

Salvidge

Place

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

164

1784

Lesley Aitchison Website

 

Clifton OFFICE EXTRACT OF RECOVERY Jonathan Harwood demandeth against Thomas Ward Six Messuages Six Gardens.... Fifty Acres of Pasture Twenty Acres of Wood One hundred acres of Furze and Heath.... in Clifton. Michaelmas Term 1784. 1p, blank conjoint leaf with docket title. Impressed tax stamp. Extracted c1816.

Harwood

Ward

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

165

1671

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Abstract of title to Mr Knights settlement in marriage with his wife by an indenture dated 15 March 23 Charles II [1671]. Made between John Knight, KG, Dame Martha his wife and John Knight his eldest son, Merchant, who married Mary Nicholas. The abstract relates to a messuage, tenement or lodge and 2 stables with a plot of ground situate in St Thomas' Street, Bristol, in the occupation of Abraham Edwards, Apothecary. Good clean condition. Handwritten on laid paper. Undated.

Knight

Nicholas

Edwards

 

 

 

 

 

 

166

1618

Dominic Winter 3 Mar 2004

360

Manuscript vellum grant, dated 22nd June 1618, large bold hand-executed historiated initial letter encompassing a large and superbly executed portrait of tile King in plumbago and ink, also with an attractive and elaborate hand decorated top border, granting from William Heydon to Simon Codrington of Codrington, the Manor of Cudelington, alias Codrington and Wapley in Gloucester, with all its members and appurtenances, which was formerly in the possession off the dissolved monastery or abbey of Stanley, in Wiltshire, etc., with accompanying translation A fine and scarce portrait document of James I, though now without the Great Seal of James I.

Heydon

Codrington

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

167

1832

Lesley Aitchison Website

 

Eagles (Rev. John) LETTER. Signed 'John Eagles'. 15th March 1832. 1p, 8vo, address panel and wax seal on verso of 2nd leaf, to George Rogers, (14 College Green, Bristol - Attorney) referring to cottages owned by the Dean & Chapter which he lets out to tenants, and complaining of the bad state of repair, 'Should the Dean & Chapter determine to keep them up Mr. Finnimore had better have the work estimated'. He also refers to "a Parish School which I am desirous of establishing'. Mounted on thick paper. Eagles, author of 'The Bristol Riots', was then Curate of Halberton, his rector being Sidney Smith.

Eagles

Rogers

Smith

 

 

 

 

 

 

168

1851

Lesley Aitchison Website

 

Allenhall and Westbury on Severn ALLOTMENT TERRIER. Compiled by Francis Attwood, Surveyor, under the direction of the Inclosure Commissioners awarding `such parts of the lands to be inclosed as are next hereinafter specified in exchange for the other Lands in the said parish described.' 1851. 21 sheets, written on one side only including 18 sheets ruled in columns listing persons interested, lands specified, fencing, etc. There is also a column for `Numbers on Plan', plan not present. Vellum sheets, size approx. 20" x 19" sewn at foot, with a broken wax seal, last 3 leaves partly stained not affecting legibility, top sheet slightly dusty.

Attwood

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

169

1852

Lesley Aitchison Website

 

Cheltenham PROBATE of the Will and Three Codicils of Samuel Hughes, Captain in the East India Company's Service. 1852. 4 large vellum sheets, small printed certificate, papered seal.

Hughes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

170

1853

Lesley Aitchison Website

 

Cirencester ABSTRACT OF TITLE of Joseph Mullings to several pieces of Land part of a late Close called Stepstairs. 1853. 4p., folio. Inset coloured plan size 7" x 4". Details title from 1837.

Mullings

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

171

1841

Lesley Aitchison Website

 

Cirencester THREE LETTERS from A. Merrick to Charles Frere in the United States, two addressed to him at James Frere's in Washington and the last one to Barrow Frere, Cottage Farm, near Aldie, Loudoun County, Virginia. 1841. The first letter is 3p flscp, the other two 3p 4to, all with integral address panels and Cirencester postmarks, two with wax seals. All closely written. The last page of one letter appears to be in shorthand. It would from the content of the letters that Merrick was the Frere's brother-in-law. Merrick encourages Charles to get a job 'you must let them know you are looking out for employment and that you are not come to America for sight seeing'. He sends local news 'Our railway opened on 31st May, but one embankments is still precarious, continuing to slip and threatening to stop the traffic.. I have no influence in making the appointments. They range in value from 60 pound to 120 pound per annum, & are not to be obtained without great difficulty... Slatter of Gloucester is a bankrupt, also James James of Ross. Many people are failing in Gloucester..' and in a later he speaks of the completion of the railroad to London 'our engineers are dismissed and my old clerk Cossens is turned off.. it is hard to have his bread to seek anew at 70.. Our shares 62 paid up, are now selling at 22..' and later 'I am removed to my new Railway Office.. looking towards the end of Earl Bathursts house.. the work being diminished, I expect my office to be cut down. I have now but my young clerk.'

Merrick

Frere

Slatter

James

Cossens

 

 

 

 

172

1884

Lesley Aitchison Website

 

Dymock PROBATE of the Will of Henry Burrup, Farmer, of Dymock. 1884. Large vellum sheets, small printed certificate, papered seal.

Barrup

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

173

1874

Lesley Aitchison Website

 

Dymock PROBATE of the will of Thomas Onions of Ryton, yeoman. 1874. Vellum, size 20" x 23", printed certificate and large papered seal attached.

Onions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

174

1859

Lesley Aitchison Website

 

Mangotsfield CONVEYANCE AND ASSIGNMENT of two fourths of the share by the Will of Thomas Rutter given to his Daughter Rachel Fry... in his Residuary's.... Estate. 1859. 3 vellum sheets, 22" x 30", 6 wax seals, detailed Schedule of lands in Mangotsfield including Old Quarry, with occupiers.

Rutter

Fry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

175

1727

Lesley Aitchison Website

 

Hellier (Elizabeth) QUITCLAIM whereby Elizabeth Hellier of Bristol, Spinster (one of the Legatees named in the will of Elizabeth Symonds) releases to Sarah Dring all her interest in the estate of Elizabeth Symonds. 1727. 1p, sm. folio, manuscript, signed by E. Hellier and 2 witnesses, with small wax seal. Blank conjoint leaf with docket title.. together with.. 1p document signed by her and the same witnesses, with wax seal, authorising Edward James one of the Proctors of the Consistorial Court of the Bishop of Bristol to appear for her in the said court. 2 items.

Hellier

Symonds

Dring

James

 

 

 

 

 

176

1846

Lesley Aitchison Website

 

Pipe Lane ASSIGNMENT of Leasehold Premises in Pipe Lane, St Augustine's, William Taylor and others to Emma Lewis. 1846. Two large vellum sheets, wax seals. Refers also to occupiers of adjacent dwellings, with their occupations.

Taylor

Lewis

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

177

1747

Lesley Aitchison Website

 

Redcliffe LEASE FOR A YEAR of a tenement with two pavements and one garden adjoining formerly in the tenure of Thomas Brooks, haberdasher, in St. Thomas Lane, Elizabeth Mullins to Dorothy Hutton. 1747. Vellum, 16" x 25", wax seal. Some spotting of vellum. Enraved title with small portrait of George II.

Brooks

Mullins

Hutton

 

 

 

 

 

 

178

1747

Lesley Aitchison Website

 

Redcliffe Street ASSIGNMENT OF MORTGAGE to attend the fee In Trust for Mrs. Dorothy Hutton. Between Thomas Brain, Baker, executor of Nathaniel Hutton of Coat, Westbury on Trym, and Elizabeth Mullins of Bristol to George Smith, Apothecary. 1747. 2 large vellum sheets, 23" x 28", 3 wax seals. Vellum yellowed and ink rubbed, hole in one sheet with loss of a few words at fold. Refers to property in Redcliffe Street and St. Thomas Lane, mentioning names of occupants and former occupants with their professions, which include soapmaker, glass- maker, grocer, victualler.

Hutton

Brain

Mullins

Smith

 

 

 

 

 

179

1716

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Redcliffe Street DEED OF BARGAIN AND SALE of a newly erected messuage in Redcliffe Street, with a little messuage adjoining, now in the occupation of William Nash, Cooper, between George Bridges, Distiller, of Bristol, and Richard Marchant, Merchant Taylor, of Bath. 1716. Vellum, size 13" x 18", with red line border, engraved heading with coat of arms inside initial 'T', small wax seal.

Nash

Bridges

Marchant

 

 

 

 

 

 

180

1770

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Redcliffe Street LEASE FOR A YEAR of a tenement in Redcliffe Street, Bristol, William Bridges Champion, Gentleman, and John Crofts, Esquire, to William Webley of Chancery Lane, London. 1770. Vellum, size 17" x 25", signed by Crofts and Champion with 2 wax seals.

Champion

Crofts

Webley

 

 

 

 

 

 

181

1826

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Bristol Saint Nicholas Parish LUNACY CERTIFICATE 29th Dec. l826. Folio sheet, printed, with details added in manuscript. Signed by a surgeon and another witness declaring `William Miles of the Parish of St Nicholas, Rigger, is by Lunacy or otherwise, Furiously mad or so far disordered in his senses that it may be dangerous to permit him to go abroad'. Attached is a note from the surgeon, Mr Grant of Queen Square.

Miles

Grant

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

182

1872

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Bristol St. Augustines Parish CONVEYANCE of the reversion in fee of nos. 7 and 8 Pipe Lane, The Ecclesiastical Commissioners to H. Willmott, of Cotham. 1872. 3 large vellum skins, small coloured sketch map on verso of one skin, papered seal of Commissioners.

Willmott

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

183

1823

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Bristol St Phillips LEASE of 'a piece of pasture ground but lately used as garden ground called the Dinge in the Parish of Saint Philip and Jacob, late in the possession of William Cooke, Gardener', Wm. Tyler, Horsedealer, to John Pevey, Brickmaker. 1st Jan. 1823. Single vellum sheet, 19" x 28", wax seal. Very small, crude sketch map on verso.

Cooke

Tyler

Pevey

 

 

 

 

 

 

184

1723

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Bristol Temple Street MEMORANDUM OF AN AGREEMENT made this 24th day of Septm. 1723 that Samuel Wilkins shall have a Lease of a tenemt. in Temple Street late in the tenure of Saml. Tuder.... twenty five pounds fine and two Guinieas to be spent at Sealing.... 1723. 1p., sm. folio, signed Wilkins and 5 others.

Wilkins

Tuder

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

185

1880-1920, 1928

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Bristol Wine Merchant's LETTER BOOK of James Evens, of the firm Evens & Sons, Bridge Street, 1880 - 1920, and E.D. Evens, 1928. 1880-1928. 280 pages of copies on flimsy paper, mainly handwritten, a few typed, plus many pages of blanks. The letters mainly concern the division of capital between the family, and ensuing arguments: James Evens writes of his older brother "his advice was to decline the offer and go out to Cognac and lay everything before Mr Martell". Some letters refer to accounts of "The Valley Water Mills Colour Co." 4to, rubbed boards and worn morocco spine, a few sheets cut out, some copies rather feint. Indelible ownership stamp inside front board, a few ballpoint notes re. the company on first page.

Evens

Martell

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

186

1884

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Norberry of Winterbourne, Grocer APPRENTICESHIP INDENTURE binding Joseph Walders of Abbots Leigh, Somerset to William Norberry. 1884. Vellum, 10" x 14", folds, MS inserts, 3 small wax seals.

Walders

Norberry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

187

1815

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Ross BILL to the Executors of Henry Morse, for funeral expenses and costs involved in settling the deceased's estate, particularly as regards his coal yard at Hereford, arranging an auction sale, etc. presumably from an attorney or executor. May 1815. 12pp., sm. folio, loosely stitched at edge, neatly itemised. Includes 'Paid for Horse Cart & Man to Ross for Cask Beer &c for Funeral', 'Payed for shrowd sheet', 'Payed John Meredith Voyage to Horn(?) with Mary Ann Barge & Towing Path..'

Morse

Meredith

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

188

1717

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Stanton LEASE of messuage and close called White's in Stanton, Thomas Evans, Weaver to William Evans. 1717. Vellum, 11" x 17", two wax seals on tags. Some damp spotting of vellum.

Evans

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

189

1833

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Stanton WILL of Joseph Evans of Stanton. 1833. 5p folio, signed with wax seal. Refers to farm and lands called Butler's Ground, Upper Orchard etc.

Evans

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

190

1679

ebay

 

Indenture recording the sale of land in Compton Bishop, Somerset, between Jasper Wall of the City of Bristol, Merchant,and nephew of Edmund Wall of Compton Magna alias Compton Bishop, Merchant, George Wall of the same, Yeoman, Thomas Clark of same, Tanner, and Nathaniel Crookes of Compton Bishop, Husbandman. Dated 6th day of January 1679 in the 31st year of the reign of Charles II. A neat little indenture relating to the sale of 3 acres arable land in Compton Bishop in the tenure of William Bennett and once part of the manor of Compton Bishop. Some dust marking and creasing, otherwise good. Handwritten on vellum in English. Two seal tags, one with three quarters of a seal remaining.

Wall

Clark

Crookes

Bennett

 

 

 

 

 

191

1770

ebay

 

Indenture recording the release of a share in a lease of a house in Bristol, between Peregrine Stockdale, Grocer, Thomas Deane of the same, Esquire, John Hall, Grocer, and William Fry, all of the City of Bristol. Dated 24th day of April 1770 in the 10th year of the reign of George III. A messuage or tenement formerly called The Greyhound, The Boot and Crown and then The Birdcage in Redruft Street in the parish of St James the Apostle within the City of Bristol. Faded and rubbed text in places, browning and dust marking. Handwritten on vellum in English. Signatures and seals.

Stockdale

Deane

Hall

Fry

 

 

 

 

 

192

1747

ebay

 

Indenture recording the sale of a number of parcels of land in Churchill, Somerset, between Samuel Webb of Iron Acton, Gloucestershire, and John Cambe of OberLangford in Churchill, Somerset, Gent. Dated 22nd day of March 1747 in the 21st year of the reign of George II. The sale of a messuage or tenement and 56 acres of meadow and pasture, and lands called the Oare of 8 acres, one pasture adjoining Stork Wood, 1.5 acres in Barley Paddock Orchard and Stork Barn, plus several others all in the parish of Churchill. Light browning over vellum, text vey readable. Handwritten on vellum in English. Signature and seal.

Webb

Cambe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

193

1641

ebay

 

Indenture recording the lease of lands in Leigh, Wiltshire between John Parker of Cricklade, Wiltshire, Gent, and Ludoviche Parker of Cheltenham, Gent. Dated 25th day of January 1641 in the 16th year of the reign of Charles I. A good two-page mid-seventeenth century deed for sale of a messuage and 30 acres of lands, 40 acres of meadow called Parkers in Leigh, Wiltshire, and 3 closes in Leigh called Greens Close, Broad Close and Corne Close. Some creasing and cockling (crinkling of vellum), but text bright and clear. Seal tag with red wax seal.

Parker

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

194

1748

ebay

 

Mortgage of premises in Newbury, Berkshire, between Joseph Merlott of Wokingham, Esquire, and Francis Huntridge of Wotton under Edge, Gloucestershire, Surgeon. Dated 9th day of April 1748 in the 21st year of the reign of George II. Regards the sale of a malthouse on the Eastside of Northbrook Street in Newbury, formerly in the occupation of Richard Cooper and Lippeat Bodman, Apothecary, and one other messuage on Northbrook Street. Good condition vellum written in English. Signature and seal.

Merlott

Huntridge

Cooper

Bodman

 

 

 

 

 

195

1747

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Attractive vellum manuscript Recovery document, dated 28th November 1747, fine large portrait of the King in initial letter, with a highly decorative top border in attractive calligraphy, the document relates to Witham Montgomery's claim against John Staples for the recovery of the Manors of Codrington and Wapley, claiming them as his right and inheritance with fragments of the Great seal of George II

Montgomery

Staples

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

196

1853

ebay

 

1853 ANTIQUE Manuscript DEED Enoch Wood late of BURSLEM. DEED of RELEASE ON ABSOLUTE SALE OF PREMISES ~ THE LEGATEES AND OTHERS UNDER THE WILL OF ENOCH WOOD ESQUIRE DECEASED TO THE EXECUTORS. IN RESPECT OF THE SUM OF 2,500 BEQUEATHED BY THE TESTATOR IN FAVOUR OF HIS DAUGHTER EMMA JONES. BETWEEN ANNE ELIZABETH BRETTELL LATE OF OLDLAND HALL IN THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER, HESTER WILSON OF THE CITY OF CHESTER, EDNA STANTON OF BELLAN PLACE IN THE COUNTY OF DENBIGH, THOMAS IVES BRAYNE HOSTAGE OF WINNINGTON IN THE COUNTY OF CHESTER, SARAH BUDGETT, RICHARD JONES OF BELLAN PLACE, THOMAS HORATIO WOOD LATE OF THE CITY OF CHESTER, WILLIAM WOOD BLAKE OF WINNINGTON, THE VENERABLE ISAAC WOOD OF NEWTON HALL MIDDLEWICH, AND EDWARD WOOD OF PORT HILL IN THE COUNTY OF STAFFORD. LOW START PRICE AND NO RESERVE - Manuscript Indenture Vellum Deed SIGNED BY ALL PARTIES THIRTEEN RED WAX SEALS WITH TWO ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMPS - IN FINE TO VERY FINE CONDITION - GUARANTEED ORIGINAL OF INTEREST TO SOCIAL HISTORIANS, LOCAL HISTORY, COLLECTORS OF LEGAL DOCUMENTS AND GENEALOGY ON TWO SHEETs OF FOLDED VELLUM - SIZE 27 INCHES BY 22 INCHES

Wood

Jones

Brettell

Wilson

Stanton

Hostage

Budgett

Blake

 

197

1598, 1817

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64/14 Southill - 1817 - Attested copy of Lease made in 1598 between Henry Beecher (Southill), son of Henry Beecher, Alderman of London, and Richard Emerson (Locton, Glos.) of messuage and land in Mangotsfield, Glos. Refers to original Lease to Richard and Johan Emerson, and Richard Emerson during reign of Philip and Mary (Johan remarried John Taylor), and various members of the Beecher family. 13 sides of paper with long tear on first page and small tears in central fold. 59

Beecher

Emerson

Taylor

 

 

 

 

 

 

198

1846

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62/11 1846 - Appointment of New Trustee to Marriage Settlement (Bishopwearmouth) between Thomas Campbell Graham, and Margaret Davison - d.o.m. 5/7/1827, at Clifton, Glos. 2 sheets Parchment - signed and sealed by Thos. Burn and W L Burn. Details original 1827 Marriage Settlement and some Family History. Margaret died at Biddeford, Devon on 20/7/1833. 42

Graham

Davison

Burn

 

 

 

 

 

 

199

1890

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64/4 Almondsbury and Henbury - 1890 Release by Robert Curthoys to son Harry of interest in 'Cross Hands Inn' near Wanbridge inherited under the Will of his wife Lavinia. Parchment - signed and sealed by Robert Curthoys. Stain affecting document in 2 areas (about 4"x2" and 2"x1") but text still legible. 20

Curthoys

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

200

1893

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64/5 Almondsbury - 1893 - Assignment by William Hopkins of Goodwill, Fixtures and Effects (listed in schedule) of the 'Cross Hands Inn' to the Bristol Brewery Georges and Co Ltd. Paper Indenture - signed and sealed by William Hopkins. 22

Hopkins