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301

1840

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Vellum Document - Froomes Hill, Herefordshire. Conveyance of an Estate at Froomes Hill dated 28th May, 1840 between Thomas Perkins of Cheltenham, Joseph Barnett of the Parish of Colwall in the County of Hereford and Nathanial Hemmings of Heaths Farm in the Parish of Browesbarrow in the County of Gloucester. Plan and details of land on reverse of one page. Five Page document, ten wax seals and signatures. Measures 29ins x 22ins.

Perkins

Barnett

Hemmings

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

302

1804-1830

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VINTAGE BILL HEADS / RECEIPTS

 

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The Majority of these are Made Out To "Admiral Henry Nicholls" I have some other items for Sale on Ebay that also Link to this Gentleman Item #2264622187.

 

Group One – These are all attached to each other by a single metal type rivet passing through the top left hand corner.

No1. Dated 1824 – Bristol Paper Manufactory – Stationer, Bookseller, Binder.

"Baldwins Daily Journal"

No2. – Dated 1824 – Furnishers, Ironmongers and Cutlers – Bristol.

"Tea Kettle And Other Items"

No3. – Dated 1825 – William Moore – Army Business and Patentee For The Regulation Cap – Old Bond Street – London.

"2 Pairs Of Cotton Braces"

No4. – Dated 1825 – Smyth And Nephew – Perfumers – New Bond Street – London.

"Tooth Brushes And Other Items"

No5. – Dated 1825 – Oliver And Stone – Tea Dealers – Bristol.

"Various Teas ect."

No6. – Dated 1825 – Oliver And Stone – Tea Dealers – Bristol.

"Various Items"

No7. – Dated 1825 – Underwood And Company – Qauy & No.20 Clare Stree Bristol – Ironmongers.

"Kettle"

No8. – Dated 1825- James Castrell & Co. – Mens Mercers And Haberdashers – No.57 Vine Street Bristol.

"Printed Quilling"

No9. - Dated 1820’s – Luke Kendall – Trunk And Portmanteau Manufacturer – Bristol.

"To Repair Casket Bag"

No.10 – Dated 1825 – Underwood Jr Room & Co – Bristol. – Wholesale And Retail Ironmongers

"1 Best Tea Kettle"

No11. – Dated 1827 – C & J Rivington – 3 Waterloo Place, Pall Mall – London

"For A Copy Of ?"

No12. – Dated 1827 – Charles Frost – Bookseller And Stationer – Bristol

"Hard To Read"

No13. – Dated 1828 – Rownham & Limekiln Coal Wharfs And Weighing Engines

"Hard To Read"

No14 – Dated 1828 – George Hill – Carpenter, Builder & House Agent – Clifton, Bristol.

"Lock".

No15. – Dated 1829 - Russel And Miller – Catherine Place, Bath – Wine Merchants.

"2 Gallons Of Best Brandy"

No16 – Dated 1829 – J.E. Sindon

"Something In Drawing Room.

No17 – Dated 1830 – John Surrage & Company – 44 High Street Bristol – Woolen Drapers And Undertakers.

"Fine Welsh Flannel"

No18. – Dated 1830 – Henry R. Llewelin – Redcliff Wharf – Bristol

"I Beg To Inform You That The Zepherin Is Arrived From London And Is Expected To Begin Being Discharged Today – For You One Chest".

No19 – Dated 1830 – Thomas Fuidge & Co – Grocers And Tea Dealers – Bristol.

"Hard To Read"

No20 – Dated 1804 – A Receipt For Money And Shares Left In A Will.

 

Group 2 -

These are all attached to each other via one metal pin in the top left hand corner

No21 – Dated May 22nd 1826 – To Edward Mitchell – Narrow Wine Street Bristol

"For Carriage Per His Fly Wagon, From No.69, Old Bailey, London.

No22 – Dated May 27th 1826 – To Edward Mitchell – Narrow Wine Street Bristol

"For Carriage Per His Fly Wagon, From No.69, Old Bailey, London.

No23 – Dated 1826 – To Dallimore & Co

"1 Bag ??"

No24 – Dated 1827 – To Dallimore & Co

"1 Box ??"

No25 – Dated 1829 – Per Richard Cuttwell’s Wagon – A Wagon TO And From Bath Daily.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

303

1853

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MANUSCRIPT DEED Gloucester BRETTELL to WOOD 1853. from the reign of QUEEN VICTORIA MANUSCRIPT DOCUMENT This being an COPY TITLE DEED OF RELEASE OF LEGACY OF £2,500 UNDER THE WILL AND SETTLEMENT EXECUTED IN CONTEMPLATION OF THE MARRIAGE OF WILLIAM WOOD BLAKE AND MARGARET POLLOCK BETWEEN ANN ELIZABET BRETTELL LATE OF OLDLAND HALL IN THE COIUNTY OF GLOUCESTER BUT NOE OF BATH, HESTOR 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 GENTLEMAN AND MARY HIS WIFE, SARAH BUDGETT OF OLDLAND HALL RICHARD JONES OF BBELLAN PLACE AND EMMA HIS WIFE, THOMAS HORATIA WOOD OF RODE HEATH IN THE COUNTY OF CHESTER AND WILLIAM HOOD BLAKE OF WINNINGTON OF THE FIRST PART; THE VENERABLE ISAAC WOOD OF NEWTON HALL MIDDLEWICH IN THE SAID COUNTY OF CHESTER ARCHDEACON OF THE DIOCESE OF CHESTER AND EDWARD WOOD OF PORTHIN IN THE COUNTY OF STAFFORD TRUSTEES . TWO SHEETS OF VELLUM ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMPS  WAX SEALS GUARANTEED ORIGINAL SIZE 29 INCHES X 23 INCHES

Blake

Pollock

Brettell

Wilson

Stanton

Hostage

Budgett

Jones

Wood

 

 

 

304

1799

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MANUSCRIPT Deed CHICHESTER Cleverdon to TAYLOR 1799. from the reign of GEORGE II BREWING INTEREST MANUSCRIPT DOCUMENT This being THE TITLE DEED OF RELEASE OF CERTAIN HEREDITAMENTS AND PREMISES - MALTHOUSE STOREROOMS AND GRANARIES - SITUATE IN THE UPPER WEST LANE IN THE PARISH OF ST. PETER THE GREAT IN THE CITY OF CHICHESTER BETWEEN THOMAS CLEVERDON LATE OF THE CITY OF CHICHESTER IN THE COUNTY OF SUSSEX MERCHANT BUT NOW OF THE CITY OF BRISTOL OF THE FIRST PART THOMAS RHOADES OF THE SAID CITY OF CHICHESTER GENTLEMAN OF THE SECOND PART JOHN WHITE AND JOHN BROOKS OF THE THIRD PART ANF THOMAS TAYLOR OF THE SAID CITY OF CHICHESTER MALSTER OF THE FOURTH PART.. ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMP WAX SEALS GUARANTEED ORIGINAL  SIZE 29 INCHES X 25 INCHES

Cleverdon

Rhoades

White

Brooks

Taylor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

305

1720

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Beautiful handwritten English vellum indenture dated 1720 during the reign of King George I being the conveyance of a property in Raurdean in the County of Goucester between Charles Hopkins of Monmouth, a Yeoman, of the first part; and Richard Jelfe, Yeoman, of the second part; and Jeremiah Jennings, a taylor, of the third part. Nicely penned with fancy printed vignette, light blue revenues with insert, tax stamp, and two red wax seals on pinkish cloth tags with armorial impressions. Nice dockets on verso. Fine condition. Measures 34 x 28".

Hopkins

Jelfe

Jennings

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

306

1708

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Handwritten English vellum indenture dated 1708 during the reign of Queen Anne being the conveyance of property in Raurdeane in the County of Gloucester between William Jelfe, Yeoman, of the one part; and Richard Gwinnett of London, an Esquire, of the second part. Nicely penned in flourishing style with two blue revenues with insert, tax stamp on verso, and paper over wax seal. Nice docketing on verso. FINE condition, measures 20.5 x 10".

Jelfe

Gwinnett

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

307

1750

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Handwritten English vellum indenture dated 1750 during the reign of King George II regarding the use of a fine on property in the Psrish of Saint Phillip and Jacob in Gloucester between Frances Whitehead, a Widow, and Thomas Whitehead, a Salter, of the one part; and Thomaas Evans of Bristol, a Gentleman. Nicely penned with bolded words, fancy printed vignette, three blue revenue stamps with insert, and tax stamp on verso. Three red wax seals on pinkish cloth tags. Very Good condition with mild discoloration and some creasing. Measures 26 x 23".

Whitehead

Evans

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

308

1820s

Dominic Winter 6 Oct 2004

404

Clear-Well. Ledger, 1747, manuscript accounts incl. headings of Sundry Payments, Unpaid Bills, Bills Contractted, Home Estate Husbandry, Broadfields Husbandry, Improvements, House Accounts, Garden Acounts, Men Servants' Wages, Brewing Account, Making Malt, Building at Home, Smithwork, Carpenter's Work, Coopers, Glaziers, Grain Bought, etc., interspersed with accounts, receipts, etc. relating to Mr. Brockshaw (c. 1820s), approx. 130pp, a few leaves excised, contemp. vellum, soiled, folio

Brockshaw

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

309

1543

Dominic Winter 6 Oct 2004

405

Fine vellum document, dated 2nd January, in the 34th year of Henry VIII (1543), from Sir Walter Deveroux, Knight of the Noble Order of the Garter, Lord Ferrers and Charteley, Lord of the Manor of Dymock, Gloucester [First Viscount Hereford, Constable of Warwick Castle. d. 1558] to Thomas Loveregge of Dymock, husbandman and his heirs for the sum of ten pounds, one messuage with all its pastures, grazings and meadows, at Yockford, below the place called Woodends Hallywater, in the Parish of Dymock, and late in the tenure of Ralph Loveregge, Thomas to pay Walter forty shillings rent and twelve shillings for relief at the death of any tenant, with signature of Sir Walter Deveroux and portion of pendant wax seal attached, plus accompanying translation

Deveroux

Loveregge

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

310

1591

Dominic Winter 6 Oct 2004

406

Elizabethan Vellum Feoffment, dated 20th May in the 33rd year of Elizabeth (1591), reciting the view of FrankpIdge and Court Baron of the Manor of Dymock, Gloucestershire, of 6th May 1591, wherein George Bearde of Standishe, gent, conveyed to Thomas Weale of Ockington in the Parish of Dimock yeoman, and William Hill of le hill in the same parish, yeoman, a tenement called Brownes, late in the tenure of Thomas Woodleie, deceased, three crofts of arable land adjoining the tenement, together four acres of arable land lying together in a field called Horsecrosse, etc., in fine condition with accompanying translation

Bearde

Weale

Hill

Woodleie

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

311

1896

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FAMILY HISTORY Deed SOUTH LAMBETH LONDON Medland to Neave 1896. low start no reserve - Family History research item - sold as damaged as there is a storage damp spot. MANUSCRIPT indenture BEING THE ASSIGNMENT OF NO 39 RUTLAND STREET SOUTH LAMBERT LONDON BETWEEN MARY LONG OF ALEXANDER ROAD LOWER ADDISCOMBE CROYDEN IN THE COUNTY OF SURREY; SARAH LONG AND ELEANOR LONG OF BRUEL MALINES IN THE KINGDOM OF BELGIUM OF THE FIRST PART JANE MEDLAND OF EDITHINA STREET STOCKWELL IN THE COUNTY OF LONDON  AND ROBERT STRANG OF MONTPELIER WALK CHELTENHAM IN THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER IRONMONGER AND CHARLES JAKEMAN OF WERTER ROAD PUTNEY IN THE COUNTY OF LONDON OF THE THIRD PART AND JOHN HENRY NEAVE OF COBHAM LODGE MUNSTER ROAD FULHAM OF THE FOURTH PART CLEAR HAND ON PARCHMENT WAX SEALS ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMPS GUARANTEED ORIGINAL. SIZE 10 INCHES X 16 INCHES FOLDED

Long

Medland

Strang

Jakeman

Neave

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

312

1599-1654

Bloomsbury 4 Nov 2004

11

Schedule of Park (A)… of the house & lands meadowes pastures & feedinge as are limitted and appoynted to the s[ai]d Richard Tirrell al[ia]s Mordridge Sheldon for his life And of soe much as are limitted to Elizabeth his wife…, manuscript on vellum, slightly soiled, 560 x 260mm., n.d. [seventeenth century]; and 9 others, deeds mostly relating to Gloucestershire, including a 16th century marriage indenture, v.s., v.d., 4th October 1599 - 13th November 1654 (10). £75 - £100 “Item the water grist mill att the westward end of West Knighton” [Dorset].

Tirrell

Sheldon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

313

1806

Bloomsbury 4 Nov 2004

50

Bristol Election. [Poll Book], 26pp. of manuscript lists, notes etc. relating to the election, pasted down on later album ff., browned, modern cloth-backed boards, remains of later upper cover with ink title, 4to, October & November 1806. £150 - £200 Includes: “To the Honourable Committee of Evan Baillie Esqr, To A Dinner at the Cock & Bottle Castle Precincts Bristol”; “List of the Electors Names to whom I paid four shillings each…”.

Baillie

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

314

1747

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A vellum indenture for the sale of property in Stock, Churchill, Somerset, between Samuel Webb of Iron Acton, Glocestershire, tanner and only son and heir of Thomas Webb of Congresbury, Somerset, yeoman late father, John Cambe of Over Langford in Churchill, Somerset, gent, and Samuel Foord of Backwell, Somerset, gent. Dated the 23rd day of March in the 21st year of the reign of George II [1747]. All that messuage where William Hassell formerly dwelt afterward in possession of Samuel Foord, with meadow, pasture called Ware and Stock Wood, and an orchard called Barley Paddock in Stock, Churchill. Handwritten in English on vellum. Good condition although some light browning. Document size: 75 by 52 cm. Signature and seal.

Webb

Cambe

Foord

Hassell

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

315

1828

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A vellum indenture being the appointment and release by way of mortgage of several messuages or cottages in Staple Hill, Mangotsfield, Gloucestershire,  between Richard Bartlemore of Wick, Gloucestershire, yeoman, Thomas Stone of StapleHill, carpenter, and Thomas Printon of the City of Bristol, gent. Dated the 30th day of May in the 9th year of the reign of George IV [1828]. All that messuage cottage and blacksmiths shop in Staple Hill, Mangotsfield. A large 4 page document. Handwritten in English on vellum. Patchy browning on some pages and rubbed text in folds. Document size: 65 by 55 cm. Signatures and seals.

Bartlemore

Stone

Printon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

316

1815

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antique MANUSCRIPT DEED  Bristol DEAN AND CHAPTER > Salway 1815. FROM THE REIGN OF KING GEORGE III - 189 years old MANUSCRIPT INDENTURE DOCUMENT BEING THE LEASE OF TWO TENEMENTS IN PIPE LANE IN THE CITY OF BRISTOL BETWEEN THE DEAN AND CHAPTER OF THE CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF THE HOLY AND UNDIVIDED TRINITY OF BRISTOL OF THE ONE PART AND GEORGE SALWAY GENTLEMAN THOMAS HEMMINGS OCCOUPANT AND MARY COOMBS ALL OF THE CITY OF BRISTOL EXECUTORS OF THE WILL OF JOSEPH GOODALE OF THE CITY OF BRISTOL WATCHMAKER. GUARANTEED GENUINE AND IN FINE CONDITION - SLIGHT WEAR ALONG FOLD ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMP SMALL SURVEY PLAN TO REVERSE NO SEAL SIZE 29 INCHES X 32 INS ON ONE SHEET OF VELLUM

Salway

Hemmings

Coombs

Goodale

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

317

1742

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1742 indeture made the 3rd day of may between thomas edwin of barkshire  and john edney of wheatley in the county of oxford carpenture,and william sutton of gloucester.to do with assignment of messuages and lands.and tenaments.

Edwin

Edney

Sutton

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

318

1840

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FAMILY HISTORY WILTSHIRE Oxford College 1840 Mill DEED. FROM THE TIME OF THE REIGN OF QUEEN VICTORIA  on PARCHMENT.  Family History research document - sold as damaged as there is no seal MANUSCRIPT indenture DOCUMENT This being THE LEASE OF ALL THAT CORN AND FULLING MILL CALLED WINDENHAM TOGETHER WITH LAND AND MILL HOUSE IN THE COUNTY OF WILTSHIRE. BETWEEN THE WARDEN AND SCHOLARS OF SAINT MARY COLLEGE OF WINCHESTER IN OXFORD COMMONLY KNOWN AS NEW COLLEGE OXFORD OF THE ONE PART AND THOMAS CROSSMAN OF THE PARISH OF OLVESTON IN THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER GENTLEMAN AND DANVERS HILL WARD OF THE CITY OF BRISTOL MERCHANT OF THE OTHER PART. MANUSCRIPT DEED IMPRESSED REVENUE STAMP GUARANTEED ORIGINAL. SIZE 20 INCHES X 24 INCHES FOLDED

Crossman

Ward

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

319

1852

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Handwritten English vellum indenture dated 1852 being the conveyance of Elmbridge Court Farm in Churchdown in the County of Gloucester between The Right Honorable William earl of Craven, of the one part; and James Wells, a Yeoman, of the second part. Interesting content with the Earl reserving exlusive right to "sport" on the property. Also a schedule of the property including acreage and the names of the fields, evidently a large parcel. Fancy printed vignette with stationers mark, two blue revenue stamps with silver inserts, tax stamps, red wax seal on green cloth tag with signature of Mr. Wells. Very Good condition, mild discoloration and wear. Measures 28 x 23".

Wells

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

320

1877

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Handwritten English vellum indenture dated 1877 being the conveyance of a large farm property in Kingswood in the County of Gloucester. Large hand drawn plat of the property and a handwritten schedule of the property make this quite attractive. The indenture is between Daniel Charles Robertson, a Farmer, of the one part; and Rufus Long, a Gentleman, of the second part. Nicely penned with fancy printed vignette, blue revenue stamp with insert, tax stamp, and two red wax seals on green cloth tags. Nice docketing on verso. Very Good condition, measures 27 x 23".

Robertson

Long

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

321

1820

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lease for a year dated 7 day of september,1820 between the reverand richard rakes  of the city of glousester of one part, and elizabeth collard of gloucester.to do with messeges and 5 shillings payed to the reverand.one red seal nice old document.

Rakes

Collard

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

322

1722

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Handwritten English vellum indenture dated 1722 during the reign of King George I being the conveyance of property in Syde and Brimsfield in the County of Gloucester between Thomas Ridler, an esquire, and Walter Ridler, a Gentleman, and brother of Thomas, of the second part. Nicely penned thoughout including decorative title words, three blue revenue stamps with insert, tax stamp, and red wax seal on cloth tag. Very Good condition, nice fresh appearance with creasing at folds, measures 19 x 15".

Ridler

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

323

1677

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A vellum/parchment indenture dated the last day of December 1677 between Richard Smith "late of New England and now of Thornbury" Gent "sisters son of William Barton late of Moorton in the parish of Thornbury aforesaid Gent deceased" and Samuel Astey of Thornbury concerning a property called Blackland in Aust.  A pub called the George is mentioned.  Also shooting rights, "and one water at the Boat of passage" plus lots of other fields, etc. This document has been folded and has some fading on the right-hand side along the fold.  One piece of the text has been underlined.  It has been signed by Richard Smith and part of the seal is missing.

Smith

Barton

Astey

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

324

1673

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A vellum/parchment indenture dated 1st October 1673 between Sir Humfry Hooke of Kingsweston in the County of Clour. Knight and Thomas Earle of the City of Bristol Marchant and relates to the sale of property in "Ecberton als Elverton als Avleberton".  It has the signature and seal of Sir Humphrey. Has been folded and has some age spotting, otherwise good condition.

Hooke

Earle

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

325

1813

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A 7 page vellum indenture between Sir Henry Cann-Lippincott and William Miller of Ozleworth Esquire concering the Manor of Aust and several farms in Olveston and Elberton, Gloucestershire.  Properties are described with a history of previous ownership, etc.  A very interesting document for somebody researching this area.  Each page has a revenue seal and it has been signed and sealed by Sir Henry and William Miller. Some age spotting and has been folded, otherwise excellent condition.

Cann-Lippincott

Miller

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

326

1824

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A 4 page vellum indenture between Sir Henry Cann-Lippincott and the Bank of England being a mortgage for £16,000 on his estates in Gloucestershire: Stoke, Henbury, Olveston, Elberton, Aust, etc.  Tenants are named with a description of the properties, acreages and annual rents.  A very interesting document for somebody researching this area.  Each page has a revenue seal and it has been signed and sealed by Sir Henry. Some age spotting and has been folded, otherwise excellent condition

Cann-Lippincott

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

327

1884

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Handwritten English vellum indenture dated 1884 during the reign of Queen Victoria beingthe conveyance of property situated at Two Mile Hill in St. George in the County of Gloucester between The Guardian Prmanent Building Society of Bristol, of the one part; and James Harris, a Shipping Clerk, of the second part. Nicely penned with handcolored and hand drawn Plat ofthe subject property. Orange-pink revenue stamp with silver insert, tax stamp, and red wax seal on green cloth tag as well as large red embossed seal. Very Good condition, nice for display, measures 28 x 23".

Harris

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

328

1592

Dominic Winter 15 Dec 2004

452

Vellum grant dated 16th May, 1592 , reciting the previous granting of land in the Manor of Dymock, Gloucestershire, to Thomas Weale of Ockington, yeoman and William Hill of Hill in the same Parish, yeoman, one acre of land in Estfield, one other parcel of land in Lower Pixfield and two selions in the same field, and now Thomas and William grant this land to Thomas Turnor of Ryton in the Parish of Dymock, wheelwright, etc.,

Weale

Hill

Turnor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

329

1539

Dominic Winter 15 Dec 2004

466

Vellum indenture dated 16th May, in the 31st year of the reign of Henry VIII [1539] , in which Anthony Marmyon of Upton St Leonard, Gloucestershire, gent, grants unto Joan Smyth, widow, late wife of William Smyth otherwise called William Sheppard, late of Northstoke, deceased, and Richard Smyth, otherwise called Richard Sheppard, her son and heir his messuage and farm with all its land, etc., in the Parish of Northstoke, Oxfordshire [North Stoke], except all woods, groves and coppices, to hold for twenty years for a yearly rent of .6s.8d, with large portion of pendant wax seal attached

A scarce example of a document in English from this period.

Marmyon

Smyth

Sheppard

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

330

1714

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Fine English vellum indenture dated 1714 during the end of the reign of Queen Anne being a Jointure or marriage agreement specifying the marriage portion and property. The indenture conveys property in Syde in the County of Gloucester between Thomas Webb, a Yeoman, and Hannah Harris, a Spinster , the intended bride and groom, of the one part; and Benjamin Harris, the proud father, a Yeoman, and William Abell, a Yeoman, of the second part. Beautifully penned including flourishing title words, two revenue stamps and tax stamps, and four red wax seals on vellum tags. FINE condition, measures 24.5 x 15.5".

Webb

Harris

Abell

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

331

1807

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sale of lands and messauges and other stuff.dated the 6 april 1807, between edward wilbraham the younger of gloucester, and the reverand daniel lyson of hampsted and samuel lyson.money paid £1.999 and 5 shilling ,meeauges and tenaments.and lands,4 red wax seals,nice large document.two pages

Wilbraham

Lyson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

332

1840

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ANTIQUE MANUSCRIPT DEED Killkenny IRELAND Viscount Clifden 1840. From the reign of QUEEN VICTORIA - 167 years old MANUSCRIPT INDENTURE DOCUMENT BEING THE CONVEYANCE OF CERTAIN HOUSES GARDENS AND PREMISES IN THE TOWN OF CALLAN AND OF THE LANDS OF GRANGE AND KILTOWN IN COUNTY KILKENNY UPON THE TRUSTS OF THE WILL THE RIGHT HONORABLE LORD CALLAN DECEASED. BETWEEN HENRY RYAN OF NORTH GREAT GEORGE STREET IN THE COUNTY OF DUBLIN GENTLEMAN OF THE FIRST PART RICHARD GREEN OF HENRIETTA STREET CAVENDISH SQUARE IN THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX OF THE SECOND PART WILLIAM JONES HARTLEY OF SAINT JAMES'S SQUARE CHELTENHAM IN THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER THE RIGHT HONORABLE GEORGE WILLIAM FREDERICK CISCOUNT MORPETH AND THOMAS JAMES AGAR ROBARTES OF LLANHYDROCK IN THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. GUARANTEED GENUINE AND IN VERY FINE CONDITION ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMP IRELAND RED WAX  SEAL SIZE 27 INCHES X 26 INS ON TWO SHEETS OF VELLUM

Callan

Ryan

Green

Hartley

Morpeth

Robartes

 

 

 

 

 

 

333

1747

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Handwritten English vellum indenture dated 1747 during the reign of King George II being the conveyance of a dwelling and property in Syde in the County of Gloucester between Thomas Webb, a Yeoman, and Sarah, his wife, of the one part; and William taylor, a Gentleman, of the second part. Nicely penned with fancy printed vignette, blue revenue stamps, tax stamp, and two red wax sealls with nice impressions. Nice docketing on verso. Very Good with creasing. Large, measuring 35 x 27".

Webb

Taylor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

334

1915

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A large 5 page vellum indenture relating to the sale of lands in Hentland, Peterstow, Bridstow, Goodrich and Maistow in Herefordshire, between Joustier Walker of Castleton, Monmouthshire, Baronet and a Major in His Majesties Army, Henry Edzell Morgan Lindsey of Ystrad Mynach, Glamorgan, Leutenant Colonel, The Right Honourable Courtenay Charles Evan Lord Tredegar, and Harry Moreland of Beverley House, Gloucester, match manufacturer. Dated 22nd March 1915. Although a fairly recent document, its value is in the superb hand drawn and coloured plan of the estate of Lord Tredegar being conveyed - approx 60 by 65 cm in size. Accompanying the plan is a long schedule or list of individual properties giving their names, acreage, location and use. Signature of Lord Tredegar.

Walker

Lindsey

Moreland

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

335

1848

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An interesting hand written vellum document pertaining to the Manor of Marston Meysey in the County of Wiltshire dated 22nd December 1848 during the reign of Queen Victoria. Pertaining to John Smith of Marston Meysey Yeoman and Mary Harris. Other names mentioned include: David Harris, Mary Lane & Richard King. Property and locations mentioned include: The Layer, Near-the-way, Garston & Kempsford in Gloucester. Signed by: Alfred Caswell (Steward). A very clean document in excellent condition bearing the usual long term storage folds. Comprising a single folded sheet of vellum approx. 20” x 15½” with all text fully legible for transcription. Bearing two £1 embossed blue revenue stamps with lead escutcheon seals backed with Victoria cipher revenue stamps.

Smith

Harris

Lane

King

Caswell

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

336

1776

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A large 2 page vellum indenture recording the sale of a farm in Herefordshire between Edward Taylor of Lidney, Gloucestershire, yeoman, and Thomas Jones of Whitfield in the parish of Peterstow, Herefordshire, clerk. Dated the 1st day of January in the 16th year of the reign of George III [1776]. Property: All that capital messuage and farm called Wruxton in the parishes of Whitchurch, Marstow and Llangarron.  Medium: Handwritten in English on vellum. Condition: All revenue stamps have been cut out of the vellum affecting a small portion of the text, otherwise good condition. Document size (approx.): 70 by 70 cm. Characteristics: Signatures and seals.

Taylor

Jones

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

337

1843

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ANTIQUE MANUSCRIPT DEED Bristol Warehouse BUDGETT > GASKIN 1843 FROM THE REIGN OF QUEEN VICTORIA - 262 YEARS OLD THIS IS MANUSCRIPT INDENTURE DOCUMENT BETWEEN HENRY HILL BUDGETT OF KINGS WOOD HILL IN THE PARISH OF BITTON IN THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER WHOLESALE GROCER OF THE FIRST PART SAMUEL BUDGETT OF THE SAME PLACE WHOLESALE GROCER OF THE SECOND PART AND THE SAID HENRY HILL BUDGETT OF THE THIRD PART AND THE REVEREND JOHN GASKIN OF THE SAME PLACE OF THE FOURTH PART. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP AND THAT SAMUEL BUDGETT INTENDS TO CARRY ON THE SAID TRADE OF WHOLESALE GROCER FROM THE PREMISES OF 13 AND 14 NELSON STREET IN THE SAID CITY OF BRISTOL FOR THE SUM OF ONE THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED POUNDS GUARANTEED GENUINE AND IN VERY FINE CONDITION -  ON ONE SHEET OF VELLUM SIZE 24 INCHES X 29 INS ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMPS RED WAX SEALS

Budgett

Gaskin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

338

1836

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GENEALOGY AND FAMILY HISTORY

ANTIQUE MANUSCRIPT 1836 VELLUM DEED Iron Acton Gloucester SARGEANT >KEEPIN.

From the reign of WILLIAM IV- 168 years old

MANUSCRIPT INDENTURE DOCUMENT BEING THE APPOINTMENT AND RELEASE IN FEE OF A

MESSUAGE GARDEN AND HEREDITAMENTS IN THE PARISH OF IRON ACTON IN THE

GLOUCESTER BEING A COOPERS SHOP AND BAKEHOUSE ON THE ROAD FROM IRON ACTON TO

WOTTEN UNDEREDGE.

BETWEEN DANIEL SARGEANT LATE OF ALMONDSBURY IN THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER BUT

NOW OF THE PARISH OF LLANNARTH IN THE COUNTY OF MONMOUTH YEOMAN OF THE FIRST

PART THOMAS WILLIAMS PETERS OF THE PARISH OF OLVESTON IN THE COUNTY OF

GLOUCESTER LINEN DRAPER AND GROCER OF THE SECOND PART THOMAS KEEPIN OF THE

PARISH OF IRON ACTON OF THE THIRD PART AND HENRY RAY OF THE CITY OF BRISTOL

GENTLEMAN OF THE FOURTH PART .

* GUARANTEED GENUINE AND IN VERY FINE CONDITION -

* ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMPS

* WAX SEAL

* SIZE 29 INCHES X 25 INS

* ON TWO SHEETS OF VELLUM

Sargeant

Peters

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339

1823

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ANTIQUE MANUSCRIPT 1823 VELLUM DEED Iron Acton GLOUCESTER Peters > Sargeant.

From the reign of KING GEORGE IV - 281 years old

MANUSCRIPT INDENTURE DOCUMENT BEING THE MORTGAGE FOR ALLTHAT SHOP ERECTION

OR BUILDING USED AS A COOPERS SHOP WITH NEWLY ERECTED BAKEHOUSE BEHIND

BOUNDED BY THE TURNPIKE ROAD LEADING FROM IRON ACTON TO WOOTON UNDEREDGE IN

THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER.

BETWEEN THOMAS WILLIAMS PETERS OF THORNBURY IN THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER

LINEN DRAPER AND GROCER OF THE ONE PART AND DANIEL SARGEANT OF ALMONDSBURY

IN THE SAID COUNTY YEOMAN OF THE OTHER PART..

* GUARANTEED GENUINE AND IN FINE TO VERY FINE CONDITION - CLEAR AND

LEGIBLE

* ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMPS

* WAX SEAL

* SIZE 24 INCHES X 29 INS

* ON ONE SHEET OF VELLUM

Peters

Sargeant

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

340

1819

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ANTIQUE MANUSCRIPT 1819 VELLUM DEED Ripple Worcester PARKHURST > WEBB.

From the reign of KING GEORGE III - 185 years old

MANUSCRIPT DOCUMENT BEING THE MORTGAGE FOR £11,000 AND INTEREST OF

HEREDITAMENTS AT RIPPLE IN THE COUNTY OF WORCESTER BEING LEASEHOLD FOR LIVES

UNDER THE LORD BISHOP OF WORCESTER - THIS BEING THE MANOR OF RIPPLE

OTHERWISE RIPPULL.

BETWEEN THE REVEREND FLEETWOOD PARKHURST OF PENZANCE IN THE COUNTY OF

CORNWALL OF THE FIRST PART ROBERT PARKHURST OF CHELTENHAM IN THE COUNTY OF

GLOUCESTER AND FRANCES PARKHURST OF CHELTENHAM OF THE SECOND PART AND JOHN

WEBB OF LEA HALL IN THE PARISH OF HERMITAGE IN THE COUNTY OF STAFFORD

GENTLEMAN OF THE THIRD PART .

* GUARANTEED GENUINE AND IN FINE TO VERY FINE CONDITION - SLIGHT

STORAGE WEAR TO OUTER FOLD CORNER

* SECOND INDENTURE TO REVERSE

* ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMPS

* WAX SEAL

* SIZE 36 INCHES X 25 INS

* ON THREE SHEET OF VELLUM

Parkhurst

Webb

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

341

1677

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An indenture dated 1st January 1677 between Richard Smith, late of New England and now of Thornbury and Samuel Astey of Thornbury and relates to a property called Blackland.  It also mentions other properties, common lands, wharfs and passage across the River Aust, etc. This document has holes along one fold and some of the text has faded.  It has been signed by Richard Smith but the seal has broken away.

Smith

Astey

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

342

1673

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A two page vellum indenture between Sir Humfry Hooke of Kingsweston in the County of Glous. Knight and Thomas Earle of the City of Bristol Merchant.  It relates to property in Elverton als Avleberton and covers such items as fishing and fowling as well as property.  Other people are mentioned.  The second page is a schedule listing tenants names and the property with the yearly rent payable. The bottom right-hand corner of the document is not missing it just wouldn't stay unfolded for the photo!  There is some staining.  The top part of the second sheet will not pull out as it is stuck to the other side.  However, this does not affect its readability.  It has been signed by Sir Humfry.

Hooke

Earle

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

343

1849

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A 6 page SCOTCH PATENT in respect of Thomas Beale Browne of Hampen, Gloucestershire, for "Certain improvements in looms, and in the manufacture of woven and twisted fabrics". Signed on pages by William Wilson and Archibold McNeill at Edinburgh, 1849. Superb 16cm red wax seal of Queen Victoria, on a horse, with page holding the reins, lion and unicorn on reverse. The seal comes in a metal skippet, within the original brown morocco gilt box (lid detached), labelled on spine. Medium: Handwritten in Latin on vellum. Condition: Very good condition vellum. Seal in excellent condition with only minor chips on edges. Document size (approx.): 25 by 30 cm.

Browne

Wilson

McNeill

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

344

1710

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A large 2 page vellum indenture regarding land near Aust church and fishery in Aust dated 30 October 1710 between Elizabeth Browneing of Cowley and John Baker Dowell of Over in the Parish of Almondsbury (esq.).  This document contains genealogical information about the Browneing family It has one seal and signature with a revenue tag on each page.  Has been folded, otherwise good condition.

Browneing

Dowell

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

345

1816

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A large 3 page vellum indenture dated 23rd February 1816 between William Miller of Ozleworth (esq.) and Frances (nee Wyndham) his wife, The Right Honourable George Obien Earl of Egremont and Nathaniel Peach Wathen of Arlingham Court (esq.).  This document cites earlier indentures and relates to the Manor of Aust in Gloucester. Has four signatures and seals with revenue stamps on each page.  It has witness signatures on the back.  Has been folded, otherwise good condition.

Miller

Wyndham

Egremont

Wathen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

346

1819

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GENUINE ANTIQUE MANUSCRIPT DEED Iron Acton Gloucs HOBBS > OSBORNE 1819 FROM THE REIGN OF GEORGE III - guaranteed original this item is 186 YEARS OLD THIS IS A MANUSCRIPT INDENTURE DOCUMENT BETWEEN JOHN HOBBS OF THE PARISH OF IRON ACTON IN THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER BAKER OF THE ONE PART AND ANN OSBORNE OF THE PARISH OF WINTERBOURN IN THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER OF THE OTHER PART. THIS BEING THE APPOINTMENT AND DEMISE OF ALL THAT SHOP OR BUILDING NOW OR LATELY USED AS A COOPERS SHOP WITH NEWLY ERECTED BAKEHOUSE BOUNDED ON THE NORTH BY THE TURNPIKE ROAD LEADING THROUGH IRON ACTON TO WOTTON UNDER EDGE. ON ONE SHEET OF VELLUM  - FOLDED - SIZE 28 INCHES X 25 INS IN VERY FINE CONDITION - ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMPS WAX SEALS

Hobbs

Osborne

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

347

1874

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GENUINE ANTIQUE MANUSCRIPT DEED Frampton Gloucs KEEPIN > BAILEY 1874 FROM THE REIGN OF QUEEN VICTORIA - guaranteed original this item is 131 YEARS OLD THIS IS A MANUSCRIPT INDENTURE DOCUMENT BETWEEN ANNE KEEPIN OF THE PARISH OF IRON ACTON IN THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER OF THE ONE PART AND MARY BAILEY OF HINTON CHARTERHOUSE IN THE COUNTY OF SOMERSET OF THE OTHER PART . THIS BEING THE MORTGAGE OF PROPERTY AT IRON ACTON AND FRAMPTON COTTERELL GLOUCESTERSHIRE COMMONLY KNOWN AS THE TATTING HOUSE ESTATE AND FURTHER CHARGE OF LANDS AT FRAMPTON COTTERETT FOR SECURING £230 WITH INTEREST. ON TWO SHEETS OF VELLUM  - FOLDED - SIZE 28 INCHES X 25 INS IN VERY FINE CONDITION - ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMPS WAX SEALS

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348

1861

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GENUINE ANTIQUE MANUSCRIPT DEED Farm Wiltshire JENNER > DANBERRY 1861 FROM THE REIGN OF QUEEN VICTORIA - guaranteed original this item is 144 YEARS OLD THIS IS A MANUSCRIPT INDENTURE DOCUMENT BETWEEN JOHN JENNER OF WANBOROUGH IN THE COUNTY OF WILTSHIRE FARMER OF THE ONE PART AND THE REVEREND GEORGE BARNSTON DAUBENY OF HILL HOUSE EDGWARE IN THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX AND WILLIAM DAUBENY OF CIRENCESTER IN THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER GENTLEMAN OF THE OTHER PART . THIS BEING THE MORTGAGE OF A FREEHOLD ESTATE CALLED HAMPTON FARM IN THE PARISH OF HIGH WATER WILTSHIRE FOR SECURING £5,000 WITH INTEREST BEING ALL THAT MESSUAGE OR TENEMENT AND FARM WITH ARABLE MEADOW AND COPPICE LAND . ON THREE SHEETS OF VELLUM  - FOLDED - SIZE 28 INCHES X 25 INS IN VERY FINE CONDITION - ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMPS WAX SEALS SCHEDULE

Jenner

Daubeny

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

349

1721

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A one page vellum indenture dated 20th October 1721 between William Cann of the Middle Temple London (esq. Lord of the Manor) and Thomas Davys of Elberton (yeoman) and relates to a property in Elberton Has one signature and seal.  Has been folded and has some fading and staining.

Cann

Davys

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

350

1849

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An Irish PATENT in respect of Thomas Beale Browne of Hampen, Gloucestershire, for "Certain improvements in looms, and in the manufacture of woven and twisted fabrics". Enrolled in the office of the Rolls of Her Majestys High Court of Chancery in Ireland, 1849. Superb 15cm Great Seal of Queen Victoria, on a horse, with page holding the reins, and the queen seated on her throne on reverse. The document comes within the original green morocco gilt box (lid detached), labelled on spine. Medium: Handwritten in English on vellum. Condition: Very good condition vellum. Seal in good condition with only minor chips and rubbing. Document size (approx.): 70 by 70 cm.

Browne

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

351

1798

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A two page vellum indenture dated 4th October 1798 between Philip Baker of Felton (grazier) and Ann Whitaker of St. Philip & Jacob in the County of Gloucester (widow) relating to property in Compton Greenfield and Henbury with names of occupiers.  This document cites earlier indentures with names.  Has one signature and seal with a revenue stamp on each page.  There are witness and received signatures on the reverse.  Has been folded, otherwise good condition.

Baker

Whitaker

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

352

1673

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A vellum document dated 1676 regarding a mortgage dated 2nd October 1673 on the Manor of Elberton als Elverton and other lands.  Also mentioned is Robert Yate, Robert Henley (merchants), Thomas Earle and Sir Robert Cann Knight.  It has been signed by Sir Humfry Hooke and has a seal.  Please not that there is a portion of this document missing on the right-hand side.

Yate

Henley

Earle

Cann

Hooke

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

353

1697

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A one page vellum indenture dated 13th July 1697 between John Browneing the younger of Cowley (gent.), John Browneing of Tytherington, Elizabeth Browneing the elder of Cowley (widow) and relates to properties in Cowley and Aust.  Has been signed by John Browning and has one seal.  It has witness signatures on the reverse  Please note that this document has staining, fading and a hole.

Browneing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

354

1742

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1742 "An Act for continuing and making more effectual an Act passed in the Ninth Year of the Reign of His late Majesty King George the First, for repairing the Highways from the City of Gloucester to the Top of Birdlip-hill, being the Road to London; and from the Foot of the said Hill to the Top of Crickley-hill, being the Road to Oxford"

 

"Whereas by an Act...several Tolls, Duties and Powers were given and granted for repairing the said Roads...borrow several Sums of Money...of which there now remains due the sum of Three hundred Pounds...and great Progress hath been made in the Repairs thereof..."

 

This Act extends the previous Act for 21 years.  It lists the new Tolls for each type of vehicle with exemptions and penalties for avoidance.  It names the additional Trusteees.  It details who qualifies for Statute work and penalties for avoidance.  "Roads to be measured, and Mile-stones erected", "...That the said Highways or road so to be amended, shall end and terminate at the Post which divides the Parishes of Cubberley, Cowley, and Badgworth, at or near the Top of the said Hill called Crickley Hill...", etc.

 

14 pages of original document which has been disbound from a larger volume

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

355

1753

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1753 A vellum probate and will of Sir William Cann dated 1st April 1753.  At the time of making out his will in 1743 he was Town Clerk of Bristol. Has been folded and the seal is missing

Cann

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

356

1809

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1809 A 4 page rental agreement for a farm in Elberton, Gloucestershire.  The first and second pages have 25 terms, i.e. "6th Tenant to do and perform all Parish Offices, Statute Labour on the Highways, and take and provide for Parish Apprentices to be bound, during the time of his Occupation", etc.  At the bottom of the second page is the signature of Jos. Yates (steward) and James Kearsey.  The third page has a list of land with map references and acreage.  The back page comprises the cover when it is folded.  Please note that there is wear to folds and some age spotting.

Yates

Kearsey

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

357

1841

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1841 A two page agreement between Robert Cann Lippincott of Over Court, Gloucester (esq.) and Charlotte Maxse of Aust relating to the rental of a property in Aust.  The first page is signed by Charlotte with a witness signature.  The second page has a list of fixtures.  Has been folded and has some staining.

Lippincott

Maxse

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

358

1721

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This Manuscript is dated 29th September 1721, has 2 large pages and is written on Pig Skin. It is sealed and signed by Abraham A Hare, and relates to land or property on Redcross St, Bristol. It is in very good condition

Hare

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

359

1877

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GENUINE ANTIQUE DEED Swimbridge Devon GILBERT > BALMAN 1877 FROM THE REIGN OF QUEEN VICTORIA - guaranteed original this item is 127 YEARS OLD THIS IS A MANUSCRIPT DOCUMENT BEING THE LEASE OF ALL THOSE MESSUAGES TENEMENTS FARMS AND PREMISES CALLED RESPECTIVELY 'WOODLAND' 'WELLAND' AND FART OF 'STOWFORD' IN THE PARISH OF SWIMBRIDGE DEVON. BETWEEN JOHN POMEROY GILBERT OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF BRISTOL BANKER AND THE REVEREND THOMAS FREKE ARTHUR OF EAST DOWN IN THE COUNTY OF DEVON OF THE FIRST PART JOHN NOTT PYKE-NOTT OF BYDOWN HOUSE IN THE PARISH OF SWIMBRIDGE IN THE COUNTY OF DEVON ESQUIRE OF THE SECOND PART AND JOHN BALMAN OF SWIMBRIDGE IN THE SAID COUNTY YEOMAN INTERESTING SOCIAL HISTORY ITEM DETAILING OBLIGATIONS OF LAND MANAGEMENT AND HUSBANDRY ON 1 SHEETS OF PAPER - FOLDED SIZE 27 INCHES X 21 INS IN VERY FINE CONDITION - SOME DUSTING TO EDGES AND OUTER FOLD IMPRESSED REVENUE STAMP SCHEDULE OF FIELD AND WOODLAND HOLDINGS

Gilbert

Arthur

Pyke-Nott

Balman

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

360

1877

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ANTIQUE DEED : ANTIQUE MANUSCRIPT Acton Gloucester KEEPIN > RAY 1877. AN ORIGINAL DOCUMENT From the reign of QUEEN VICTORIA - 128 years old MANUSCRIPT INDENTURE DOCUMENT BEING THE MORTGAGE OF ONE MOITY AND A LIFE ESTATE IN THE OTHER MOITY OF A MESSUAGE AT IRON ACTON IN THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER CALLED THE FATTING HOUSE ESTATE AT FRAMPTON COTTERELL. BETWEEN ANN KEEPIN OF IRON ACTON GLOUCESTERSHIRE OF THE ONE PART AND HENRY CARPENTER RAY IN THE CITY AND COUNTY OF BRISTOL GENTLEMAN OF THE OTHER PART.. GUARANTEED GENUINE AND IN FINE TO VERY FINE CONDITION -  WAX SEAL WITH IMPRESSED REVENUE STAMP SIZE 25 INCHES X 29 INS ON TWO SHEETS OF PARCHMENT

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361

1893

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Sales particulars for an auction on 3rd October 1893 of Grove House Estate (commodious residence and extensive and conveniently arranged agricultural buildings and about 94.1/2 acres of fertile and productive arable and pasture and wood land + 4 cottages) in Bromesberrow and Dymock. This document does have damage to folds

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

362

1862

Dominic Winter 2 Mar 2005

365

A manuscript journal kept by Elizabeth Cready Rooth of her first month of married life, including a visit to Derbyshire, following her marriage to John Wilcoxon Rooth, on 28th August 1862, followed by brief notes of a visit to Hastings and verses from John Rooth to his wife with an introductory note, thirty-four leaves, ruled paper, written in a neat hand, followed by several related invoices, etc., orig. limp morocco, rubbed, 8vo John Rooth was a barrister of Middle Temple, his wife the daughter of Henry Smith of Bristol.

Rooth

Smith

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

363

1630

Dominic Winter 6 Apr 2005

424

Vere (Sir Horace, Baron Vere of Tilbury. 1565-1635). Manuscript vellum grant dated 2nd September 1630 , from Lord Horace Vere and Lady Mary, granting to Thomas Beale of Over in Gloucester a Spring, and to make a mill pond, together with land and rights of access, with signatures of Lord Vere and his wife Lady Mary, with two large pendant wax seals attached, both bearing the coat of arms of Lord Vere

Vere

Beale

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

364

1859

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You are bidding on a very good condition original Vellum indenture for the freehold of premises in and around High Street Tewksbury. dated 1859 it has 4 wax seals all visable and original stamp for the value of One pound five shillings, still very clear. names on indenture are John Price, John Lawler (witness) John Kimbell, and Wiliam Winterbotham.

Price

Lawler

Kimbell

Winterbotham

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

365

1832

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GENUINE ANTIQUE MANUSCRIPT  Gloucestershire WEBB > WILCOX 1832 guaranteed original - from the reign of KING WILLIAM IV - 173 YEARS OLD BEING A LEGAL INDENTURE BETWEEN HENRY WEBB OF WOTTONUNDEREDGE IN THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER YEOMAN AND MARIA HIS WIFE OF THE FIRST PART WILLIAM TUCKER OF SALFIELD IN THE PARISH OF THORNBURY IN THE SAID COUNTY CORDWAINER OF THE SECOND PART JAMES BRACEY OF WOOTONUNDEREDGE GENTLEMAN OF THE THIRD PART GEORGE MARTIN OF STAPLETON ROAD IN THE PARISH OF SAINT GEORGE INTHE SAID COUNTY GENTLMAN AND SARAH HIS WIFE OF THE FOURTH PART THOMAS WILLIAMS PETERS OF THORNBURY IN THE SAID COUNTY LINENDRAPER AND GROCER OF THE FIFTH PART AND WILLIAM RADFORD WILCOX OF THORNBURY GROCER OF THE SIXTH PART. CONVEYANCE FOR ALL THAT MESSUAGE AND PREMISES AT IRON ACTON BEING A SHOP LATELY USED AS A COOPERS SHOP WITH NEWLY ERESTED BAKEHOUSE AND BOUNDED ON THE NORTH BY THE TURNPIKE ROADLEADING FROM IRON ACTON TO WOOTON UNDEREDGE WITH ESCUTCHENED REVENUE STAMPS  SIZES 29 INS X 25 INS IN VERY FINE CONDITION - WAX SEALS ON TWO SHEETS OF PARCHMENT

Webb

Tucker

Bracey

Martin

Peters

Wilcox

 

 

 

 

 

 

366

1819

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GENUINE ANTIQUE MANUSCRIPT DEED Manor of Ripple PARKHURST 1819 guaranteed original - from the reign of KING GEORGE III - 186 YEARS OLD BEING THE LEASE  OF THE MANOR OF RIPPLE IN THE COUNTY OF WORCESTERSHIRE AND ALL SUCH OTHER OF THE MESSUAGES LANDS AND TENEMENTS AND HEREDITAMENTS  COMPRIZED IN A CERTAIN INDENTURE BETWEEN TH ERIGHT REVEREND BROWNLOW LORD BISHOP OF WORCESTER OF THE ONE PART AND MARY BARFORD OF GOLDEN SQUARE IN THE PARISH OF SAINT JAMES IN THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. BETWEEN THE REVEREND FLECHWOOD PARKHURST OF PENZANCE IN THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL CLERK ROBERT PARKHURST OF CHELTENHAM IN THE COUNTY OF GLOCESTER ESQUIRE AND FRANCES PARKHURST OF CHELTENHAM OF THE ONE PART AND JOHN WEBB OF ARMITAGE IN THE COUNTY OF STAFFORD GENTLEMAN OF THE OTHER PART SECOND INDENTURE TO REVERSE WITH REVENUE STAMP SIZES 17 INS X 26 INS IN VERY FINE CONDITION - WAX SEAL ON ONE SHEET OF FOLDED PARCHMENT

Brownlow

Barford

Parkhurst

Webb

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

367

1885

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A small 5 page paper indenture relating to the lease of the Railway Inn, Patchway, Gloucestershire, between Daniel Sykes of the Redcliff Brewary of the City of Bristol, and David Avery of Tradescent Road, South Lambeth, Surrey. Dated 6th August 1885. Property: All that messuage called the Railway Inn and lands at Patchway, Gloucestershire, built by Charles Hopkins. Medium: Handwritten in English on paper. Condition: Good.  Document size: 38 by 25 cm. Characteristics: Signatures and seals.

Sykes

Avery

Hopkins

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

368

1871

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GENUINE ANTIQUE MANUSCRIPT DEED Uffington Berks THATCHER 1871 guaranteed original - from the reign of QUEEN VICTORIA - 134 YEARS OLD BEING THE MORTGAGE OF FREEHOLD HEREDITAMENTS SITUATE AT UFFINGTON AND LEASEHOLD HEREDITAMENTS SITUATE AT GOOSEY BERKSHIRE WITH RECONVEYANCE DATED 1878. TO INCLUDE THE WHITE HORSE INN WITH BREWHOUSE AND STABLE ON THE MAIN STREET CONNECTIONS WITH THE WANTAGE BREWERY COMPANY BETWEEN JOHN THATCHER OF UFFINGTON IN THE COUNTY OF BERKS FARMER OF THE ONE PART JOHN PARK AND PETER PARK BOTH OF KINGSWOOD IN THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER YEOMEN OF THE OTHER PART WITH ESCUTCHENED REVENUE STAMPS SIZES 29 INS X 25 INS IN VERY FINE CONDITION - WAX SEAL ON THREE SHEETS OF PARCHMENT SECOND INDENTURE TO REVERSE OF SECOND SHEET

Thatcher

Park

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

369

1781

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A one page vellum indenture dated 5th July 1781 relating to property in Broadstone & Slimbridge between Thomas Nelmes of Stapleton (esq) and Thomas Pearce of Wanswell, Bockeley (gent).  Also mentioned are Sarah Deane (widow) and Henry Jones of Gossington Hall, Sliimbridge (esq).  Has one signature and revenue stamp.  Has been folded and the seal has been cut away with a small tear.

Nelmes

Pearce

Deane

Jones

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

370

1857

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A Grave Deed for The Bristol General Cemetery Company dated 11th November 1857 made out to Jane Cumming (widow) of Bathurst Terrace, Bathurst Bason, Bristol. Has been folded and has some damage along the folds.

Cumming

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

371

1855

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A large two page vellum indenture with plan between Mary Ann Bradshaw of Upper Homerton, Middlesex (widow), William Bradshaw of Auction Mart, London (gent), George Mills of 18 Upper Stanford St, Blackfriars Road, Surrey (carver and guilder) and William Simmons of Little Peter Street, St. John the Evangelist, Westminster.  Contains a lot of genealogical information for the Bradshaw family.  It relates to property in Great Peter Street, Westminister.  Has two signatures and seals.  On the reverse is a second indenture dated 1880 between Mary Maria Simmons of 49 & 50 Great Peter St. Westminster (spinster), William Bradshaw of 29 Moorgate St. London (esquire), Richard Bradshaw of 52 Cornhill, London (esquire), Arthur Bradshaw of New Crofts, Stillingdon, Middlesex (esquire), Eliza Mills of 4 Rotunda Terrace, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire (spinster), Sarah Georgiana Mills of 13 Cliff Terrace, Cliftonville, Margate, Kent (spinster), Caroline and Emma Mills, both of Charham Hatch, near Canterbury, Kent (spinsters).  This has four seals and one signature.  There are also witness signatures on the reverse. Has been folded, otherwise good condition

Bradshaw

Mills

Simmons

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

372

1871

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An interesting hand written vellum Surrender / Admission document pertaining to the Manor of Slaughter dated 28th April 1871 during the reign of Queen Victoria. Referring to the surrender of property in the said Manor to the admission of Frederick John Wood of Lincolns Inn in the County of Middlesex Esquire Barrister and Doctor of Laws

Other names mentioned include:

 

Sir Thomas Bazley Baronet, Vernon Dolphin, William Garne, Thomas Vaxton, Benjamin Whitworth, Benjamin Stephenson, Euphenna Canefield Sullivan, Thomas Francis Robins, Emelyn D’Arcy Irvine, Eliza Hartland, Frederick Dixon Hartland, Ernest Hartland, William Garne, Thomas Garne, George Davy Bragge, John Braine Collett, etc.

 

Signed by Edmund Kendall (Steward).

Property & locations mentioned includes:

 

Bourton on the Water, Quarries, Upper Downs, Lower Downs, Downs Bottom, Rough Bank, New Plantation, Pig Trough Ground, Upper Slaughter etc.

 

A very clean and crisp document in excellent condition bearing the usual long-term storage folds. Comprising a single sheet of period vellum approx. 19” x 15½” with all fully legible for transcription. Bearing a single blue embossed 1/- revenue stamp with single lead escutcheon seal backed with a single Victorian cipher revenue stamp.

Wood

etc

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

373

1908

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THIS IS AN EXTREMELY INTERESTING INDENTURE REGARDING THE ESTATE OF SIR LIONEL EDWARD DARELL OF TRETHORNE COURT IN THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER, BARONET OF THE FIRST PART LIONEL EDWARD HAMILTON MARMADUKE DARELL ETC.  IT LISTS ALL ASSETS AND THE DISPOSAL OF THEM, FASCINATING READING - DATED 29TH JANUARY 1908 (ORIGINALLY 1905 BUT AMENDED IN 1908) THERE ARE 11 PAGES TO THIS INDENTURE. IT LISTS FOR EXAMPLE MORTGAGE ON PROPERY OF THE MARQUIS OF ANGLESEY - £8750.00,   NOs 8 & 9 FIRTH STREET, SOHO, LONDON - £11144:19:6 !!!! (A LOT OF MONEY 100 YRS AGO). IT MENTIONS- LET TO HARRODS LTD UNDER A LEASE DATED 25/3/05 & ALSO LAND LEASED FROM THE MARQUIS OF ANGLESEY. ONE SMALL SPLIT ON BACK PAGE (THERE IS NO WRITING THERE)  OTHERWISE IN GOOD CONDITION.

Darell

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

374

1866

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A Rare & Authentic Framed 1866 ' Oath of Burgess ' for the City of Bristol , presented to Thomas Rowe , Boot Maker on the 25th October 1866 . The Oath of Burgess is an old ancient order similar in terms to a Freeman . Very Good Condition , Frame Size : 335mm x 270mm , Oath : 245mm x 180mm .

Rowe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

375

1725

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"An Act for Repairing and Widening the Roads from the City of Gloucester to the City of Hereford"

 

"Whereas the greatest part of the Roads, lying and being between the City of Gloucester and the city of Hereford, in and through the several Parishes of Churcham, Huntley, Longhope, The Lea, Rudford, Tibberton, Taynton, Upleadon, Newent, Ministerworth, Westbury, Maismore, Lassington, St. Mary de Load, Hartpury, and Corfe, in the County of Gloucester; and also in and through the several Parishes of The Lea, Weston under Penyard, Rosse, Bridstoe, Pitstoe, Hentland, Harewood, Landenaboe, Littlebirch, Muchbirch, Callowe, Bollingham, St. Martin's Lea, Linton, Upton bishop, Foy, How Capell, Sollershope, Woolhope, Fenhope, Mordeford, Hampton Bishop, and St. Owens, in the County of Hereford, by reason of the many heavy Loads and Carriages, Coaches, Passengers, and Droves of Cattle, which frequently pass the said Roads, and also by Means of the Narrowness in some Places thereof, the said Roads are become very ruinous and many parts thereof almost impassable for such of His Majesty's Subjects as have Occasion to pass and repass to and from the said City of Gloucester to the said City of Hereford, being the great Road from London to South Wales, on their necessary Imployments or Occasions..."

 

This Act names the Trustees and lists the Tolls to be paid by each type of vehicle, with exemptions and penalties for avoidance, details how the accounts are to be kept, what the surveyors may and may not do, who qualifies for statute work and penalties for avoidance, etc.  "And be it further Enacted by the Authority aforesaid, That the several Roads or Highways which are by this Act to be repaired and widened, in the said County of Gloucester, are hereby Declared and Enacted to be the several Roads following, viz. the Road or Highway leading from the City of Gloucester towards the said City of Hereford, through the said Parishes of Churcham, Hartley, Longhope, and the Lea, in the said County of Gloucester, the Road leading from Highnhampool through the several Parishes of Lassington, rudford, Tibberton, Taynton, Upleadon, and Newent, to the Market Town of Newent, the Road leading from the said Pool through the Parishes of Minsterworth and Westbury, to a Place or Pill called Hawkins Pill in the said Parish of Westbury, adjoyning to the Parish of Newnham, and near Newnham Cliff...", etc.  "And whereas the Inhabitants of the said Parish of Maismore have lately built and erected a sufficient Bridge over the River Seavern, and have also made a sufficient Causeway frm the Bridge towards the said City of Gloucester...every the Inhabitants of the said Parish of Maismore...shall not pay or be liable or obliged to pay any Toll or Duty...", etc.  First meeting of the Trustees is to take place at the "Sign of the Swan and Falcon in the said City of Hereford".

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

376

1630

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This is a very sought after vellum grant with the signatures of Lord Vere and his wife Lady mary dated 2nd September 1630 . Lord Horace Vere and his brother Francis were the greatest known English Generals. The other party to the document is Thomas Beale of Over Gyteinge? in the County of Glouster. The image is very clear and I have saved a copy.

 

Vere (Sir Horace, Baron Vere of Tilbury. 1565-1635).

 

Noted English family that held the hereditary office of lord great chamberlain from 1133 to 1779 and the earldom of Oxford from 1142 to 1703. The family name from has a long and illustrious past. I was derived from the village of Ver, near Bayeux, in France. Its founder, Aubrey de Vere (c. 1040–1112), was a Norman who came to England with William the Conqueror. Aubrey de Vere was bequeathed lands by William in Essex, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, and Middlesex. Horace Vere was created Master-General of the Ordinance for life in 1623, due to his reputation as a mighty force, in professional soldiery. Among his distinguished campaigns, the defence of Breda in 1624 was of particular note. Sir Horace Vere, Baron Vere, or Tilbury (1565-1635), began his military career as the lieutenant of Sir Franciss Company in 1590. From that time onward, he was continually on active service in the Low Countries, and, like his brother Francis, took part in the Cadiz expedition of 1596. At Nieuwport and Ostend Sir Horace held command of significance. He was also knighted at Cadiz. Horace and his brother, Francis, were two of the most famous English generals to fight in the Low Countries, and they had descended from a cadet branch of the Earls of Oxford. Horace and Francis formed part of an influential family. Their uncle was H nry Howard, Earl of Surrey. Another uncle was the soldier, the 16th Earl of Oxford whose daughter married Peregrine Bertie, 11th Baron Willoughby, the English general of the Low Countries preceding Sir Francis Vere. A Brigade of English volunteers served on the continent for most of the Thirty Years War. Originally formed by Sir Francis Vere, it was led for most of the period by his brother, Sir Horace Vere. His reputation as the finest English soldier of the time, where due to these exploits. At the battle of Newport in 1600 Sir Horace commanded 300 foot and helped Ogle and Sir Charles Fairfax rally the English vanguard on West Hill. Of the 1600 English soldiers, 800 were killed or wounded. He took command of the English Brigade from his brother Francis in the Netherlands in 1604. This comprised his own company plus that of Sir John Ogle, Sir Edward Cecil and Sir Edward Harwood. There was a truce 1609 - 1621 but in 1620 Vere led a force of 2,200 volunteers raised in England to defend the Palatinate. They left from Gravesend. The English troops garrisoned Mannheim, Heidelburg and Frankenthal. Unfortunately, Mannheim and Heidelburg were forced to surrender in September 1621 but Frankenthal held out until April 1623. The English were allowed to withdraw with full military honour. In 1624 the brigade took part in the siege of Breda with the English winning fame for rushing down the dyke throwing fireballs into the Spanish redout. In April 1629 at the siege of Bois le Duc in Brabant, the brigade also included the young (17 year old) Thomas Fairfax, Philip Skippon and Jacob Astley. The town was captured in August. Vere's final campaign was at the siege of Maastricht in May - August 1632, at the age of 66. He now lies in Westminster Abbey with his brother.

 

Vere

Beale

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

377

1833

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GENUINE ANTIQUE MANUSCRIPT DEED Kilkenny Ireland DESPARD > HARTLEY 1833 guaranteed original - from the reign of KING WILLIAM IV - 172 YEARS OLD BETWEEN FRANCIS DESPARD OF KILLAGHY CASTLE IN THE COUNTY OF TIPPERARY AND WILLIAM HENRY BRACKEN OF THE CITY OF KILKENY BARRISTER AT LAW TWO OF THE COMMISIONERS APPOINTED BY ACT OF PARLIAMENT OF THE ONE PART AND WILLIAM JONES HARTLEY OF CHELTENHAM GLOUCESTERSHIRE OF THE OTHER PART. BEING THE CONVEYANCE OF ALL THAT AND THOSE PIECE OF COMMON CALLED BY THE NAME OF MOINARCHE COMMON SITUATE IN THE PARISH OF CALLAN AND COUNTY OF KILKENNY - WITH OTHER LAND AT WHITESLAND AND BROADMORE. WAX SEALS SIZES 29 INS X 25 INS IN VERY FINE CONDITION - SOME OVERALL STORAGE DUSTING ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMP ON TWO SHEETS OF VELLUM

Despard

Bracken

Hartley

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

378

1830

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A Rare & Authentic Framed William IV 1830 ' Oath of Burgess ' for the City of Bristol , presented to William Henry Harris , Stone Worker on the 20th July 1830 . The Oath of Burgess is an old ancient order similar in terms to a Freeman . Very Good Condition , Frame Size : 335mm x 265mm , Oath : 240mm x 170mm

Harris

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

379

1746

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Handwritten English vellum indenture dated 1746 during the reign of King George II being the conveyance of land in Ruardean in Gloucester between Thomas Rudge, a Collier, and his wife Alice, of the first part; and Sarah Cadle, a Widow, of the second part. Nicely penned with fancy printed vignette, blue revenue stamps, tax stamp, docketing on verso. Two red wax seals on cloth tags. Very Good, mild discoloration and creasing. Measures 30 x 18.75".

Rudge

Cadle

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

380

1768

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Handwritten English vellum indenture dated 1768 during the reign of George III regarding a legal judgement on Manor property in Gloucester with interesting legal terminology including that of a Frank Pledge. The indenture is between James Cooper, a Gentleman, of the one part; and Ann Cam, a Spinster, of the second part. Nicely penned with large fancy printed vignette, blue revenue stamp with insert, tax stamp, and red wax seal on cloth tag. Very Good condition, measures 30 x 24".

Cooper

Cam

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

381

1654

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A vellum indenture recording the sale of houses in St Phillip and Jacob, Bristol, between John barrett of reading, Berkshire, tanner and Elinor his wife, William Belchamber of reading, tanner, Walter Knight of Reading, gent, and William Midgley of Staple Inn London, gent. Dated the 13th day of November in the 7th year of the Commonwealth [1654]. Property: Six messuages adjoining each other in several occupations of William Cox, Elizabeth taylor, George Ball, John Finchersome. Near the old market place on Church Lane, in the parish of St Phillip and Jacob within the suburbs of the city of Bristol. Medium: Handwritten in English on vellum. Condition: Dusty and creased. Seals damaged. One tear at the bottom not affecting the text. Characteristics: Signatures and seals (damaged).

Barrett

Belchamber

Knight

Midgley

Cox

Taylor

Ball

Finchersome

 

 

 

 

382

1871

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GENUINE ANTIQUE MANUSCRIPT DEED Marriage Settlement SCOTT > SURTEES 1871 guaranteed original - from the reign of QUEEN VICTORIA - 134 YEARS OLD BETWEEN CHARLES HENRY SCOTT ESQUIRE TRENCHERY IN THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER OF THE FIRST PART ELIZABETH FRANCES SURTEES OF TRENCHARY IN THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER OF THE SECOND PART AND THE RIGHT HONOURABLE MONTOLIEU FOX BARON ELIBANK OF DURNALL PEEBLESHIRE SCOTLAND THOMAS SCOTT HAWKINS OF WEYMOUTH IN THE COUNTY OF DORSET A LIEUTENANT COLONEL IN HER MAJESTY'S ARMY AND THE REVEREND RICHARD SURTEES OF HOLTBY IN THE COUNTY OF YORK CLERK OF THE THIRD PART. WHEREAS A MARRIAGE HAS BEEN AGREED UPON AND IS INTENDED SHORTLY TO BE SOLEMNIZED BETWEEN THE SAID CHARLES HENRY SCOTT AND ELIZABETH FRANCES SURTEES AND WHEREAS THE MONIES STOCKS FUNDS SHARES AND SECURITIES SPECIFIED IN THE FIRST SCHEDULE HERETO ARE THE ABSOLUTE PROPERTY OF THE SAID ELIZIBETH FRANCES SURTEES ETC, ETC, WAX SEALS SIZES 10 INS X 17 INS IN VERY FINE CONDITION - ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMPS ON FIVE SHEETS OF PARCHMENT

Scott

Surtees

Fox

Hawkins

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

383

1813

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A large 7 page vellum indenture dated 25th March 1813 relating to properties in the "Manor of Aust and of several Farms in Aust, Olverston and Elberton in the County of Gloucester with a mortgage for part of the purchase money" between William Miller of Ozleworth Esq. and Sir Henry Cann Lippincott of Stoke House, Westbury upon Trym.  Lots of names and properties mentioned in this one. Has two signatures and seals with revenue stamps on each page and has witness and received signatures on the reverse.  Has been folded and the first page has some fading at the corners of the folds.

Miller

Lippincott

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

384

1820

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Lease for a year Dated 7th September 1820. The parties concerned are The Reverend Richard Raikes (Clerk) of the City of Gloucester of the first part and Mrs. Elizabeth Collard (Widow) of Hampstead in the County of Gloucester of the other part. The sum of Five Shillings that Messuage or tenement with the court yard and outbuildings thereto belonging and all that close of pasture ground or orcharding called the ‘Home Orchard’ by estimation one acre or thereabouts. The document comprises of a single page containing one red wax seal together with one signature.

Raikes

Collard

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

385

1732

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1732 ANCIENT DEED THOMAS JONES SNR TETBURY & HOLL RADNORSHIRE Great original deed 1 foot by 18inches approx with seals and stamps single sheet on very high quality paper of some sort. Is a deed for farm called Cwm Gwillim Tur Tir Rees Moil not sure modern spelling perhaps first bit is Llwyn Gwyllim Near Builth Wells or I should say Llanelwedd In Radnorshire. The deed includes a Benjamin HOLL signed by him and Thomas Jones of tetbutry in Gloucestershire, he was the father of (Thomas Jones the artist who has had a statue erceted recently in Llandrindod) also counter signed by George and John Griffiths. Should be in a museum? Local archives were offered but wanted them donated. A terrifc wall hanging or simply to frame. Must be of interest to someone, and lots and lots about land etc very very early for a Radnorshire document, and with distinctive and well know gentry. If this one sells will be listing another 47 all of Radnorshire and Builth Wells and Llandrindod, Howey area. Is a descendant of yours on it?? Trefonnen and Penkerrig ones will be listed in due course with both Thomas Jones the famous Mid Wales artist and his father Thomas Jones snr of Tetbury in Gloucestershire to come keep watching. Other names to come Abley, Meredith, Davies, and lots more BEAUTIFUL COPPER PLATE SCRIPT Look at the early stamp predating the penny blacks etc by over 100 years. A few years into King George the seconds reign, deed signed 1st Semptember 1732. Also signed by Anne Holl (her mark)

Holl

Jones

Griffiths

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

386

18th century

Bloomsbury 15 Jun 2005

48

Hort (Arthur, of Bristol, painter, 1715-57) Materials for an Essay on Painting, signed “Jos: Beck” on title in the same hand as much of the title and text, manuscript in several hands, title and c. 385pp., ruled in red, slightly browned, original vellum, soiled and stained, covers a little splayed, rebacked, lettered direct on spine, folio, [eighteenth century].  Apparently unpublished. Opposite the title is appended a short biography of Arthur Hort. As a young man Hort travelled to South Carolina, Barbados and Italy. On his return “he resided several years at the Grainge [Grange] near Alresford in Hampshire the seat of Robt. Henley Esqr. afterw.d lord chancellor & earl of Northinton [Northington]. He painted the grand staircase at the Grainge.” Hort died saving Harry Leake, “a pupil” from drowning in the “the Lake in the Park.”

Hort

Beck

Henley

Leake

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

387

1824

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A large three page vellum indenture dated 10th August 1824 relating to the Mansion House and Estates in Aust, Henbury, Elbeton, Gloucester, etc. between Richard Bright of Ham Green, Someset (esq.), John Frederick Pinney of Somerton, Somerset (esq.), Sir Henry Cann Lippincott of Stoke (baronet), The Governor and Company of the Bank of England and James William Freshfield of New Bank Buildings, London (gent.).  It cites earlier indentures.  Also mentioned: James Gordon of Berkeley Square (esq.), Edward Bartlett, John Collins, Thomas Taylor, Thomas Nicholls, William Jenkins, Thomas Williams, Edward Satchwell Sitwell, Edward Pegge Sitwell, William Miller, etc. Has four seals and 3 signatures with a revenue stamp on each page.  There are witness signatures on the reverse.  Has been folded.

Bright

Pinney

Lippincott

Freshfield

Gordon

Bartlett

Collins

Taylor

Nicholls

Jenkins

Williams

etc

388

1772

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A one page paper document for the lease of a house in Elberton dated 29th September 1772 between Catherine Jeffries of Stoke Bishop (spinster), Robert Cann Jefferies of Stoke Bishop (esq.) and William Pearce of Elberton (thatcher) One seal and signature.  There is a witness signature on the reverse.  Please note that this document does have damage to the folds.

Jeffries

Pearce

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

389

1745

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Unusual early Glouster billhead, spelt as Gloster - Joseph Punter Mercer Linnen Draper Westgate Street. Listing good bought 1745, printed form manuscript inserts, printing was first recorded in Glouster in 1726, 21cm X 17cm, in fine condition, spike mark in left hand margin not affecting text.

Punter

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

390

1827

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this is one of a number of  indentures/ documents dating to early 1800's.  This is a large 3 PAGE parchment indenture  29ins x23ins. dated 25th. OCT. 1827 with 2 wax seals ,signed , three duty stamps ,2x 5 shillings and 1. 15 shillings . the parties are Mathew ELGIE of Ledbury,Herts.,John THACKWELL of Dymock , Gloucestershire .and William THACKWELL of morton court , Worcestershire .It concerns lands in dymock .There is also a map of the lands. there are many more names mentioned.

Elgie

Thackwell

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

391

1738

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Handwritten English vellum indenture dated 1738 during the reign of King George II being the conveyance of a dwelling in Newent in the County of Gloucester (wherein one William Canning late dwelt and wherein one .....?) between Henry Haines, a Taylor, and his wife Sarah, of the one part; and Ellis Taylore, a Baker, of the other part. Nicely penned with fancy printed vignette, three blue revenue stamps with insert, tax stamp, and two red wax seals on pinkish cloth tags. Very good condition with some mild discoloration, measures 24.5 x 15".

Haines

Taylore

Canning

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

392

1733

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Handwritten English vellum indenture dated 1733 during the reign of King George II being the conveyance of a dwelling in Newent in the County of Gloucester between Edward Mathew, a Gentleman, of the one part; and Ellis Taylor, a Baker, of the second part; and Ann Hillman, a Spinster, of the third part. Nicely penned with fancy printed vignette, three blue revenue stamps, tax stamp, and two red wax seals on pinkish cloth tags. Docketing on verso. FINE condition, with grain of animal skin nicely apparent at gutter and verso, measures 31 x 26".

Mathew

Taylor

Hillman

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

393

1913

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GENUINE ANTIQUE MANUSCRIPT DEED Marriage Settlement Hereford KELLY 1913 guaranteed original - from the reign of KING GEORGE V - 93 YEARS OLD BEING THE APPOINTMENT OF A NEW TRUSTEE OF MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT OF JAMES KELLY AN AMY KELLY FORMERLY AMY HYDE. BETWEEN JAMES KELLY OF ROSS IN THE COUNTY OF HEREFORD SOLICITOR AND AMY KELLY HIS WIFE OF THE SAME PLACE OF THE FIRST PART WILLIAM STEPHEN MITCHELL FLETCHER OF PARR'S BANKING COMPANY IN THE CITY AND COUNTY OF BRISTOL BANK CASHIER AND JOHN MARSH TEMPLEMAN LATE OF WESTBURY IN THE COUNTY OF WILTSHIRE ENGLAND BANK MANAGER BUT NOW RESIDING AT MONTREAL IN CANADA ACCOUNTANT OF THE SECOND PART AND THE SAID WILLIAM STEPHEN MITCHELL FLETCHER AND RALPH GREATOREX YATES OF ROSS DENTAL SURGEON OF THE THIRD PART SIZE 9 INS X 11 INS ~ IN VERY FINE CONDITION ~  ~ ON FOUR SHEETS OF FOLDED PARCHMENT- WITH IMPRESSED REVENUE STAMP - AND SEALS.

Kelly

Fletcher

Templeman

Yates

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

394

1749

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Handwritten English vellum indenture dated 1749 duringthe reign of King George II being the conveyance of property in the parish of St. Philip and Jacob in the County of Gloucester between Henry Taylor, a Yeomn, an James Grove, a Coalminer, of the one part; and Christopher Griffith the Younger, an Esquire, of the second part. Nicely penned throughout, three blue revenue stamps with insert, tax stamp, and two red wax seals on cloth tags. Very Good, some creasing, measures 22.5 x 15".

Taylor

Grove

Griffith

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

395

1873

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this is a large waxed parchment indenture 26.5 x22.5ins. dated 5th june 1873.It concerns the transfer of morgage for 300 pounds on land in BERRYNABOR ,DEVON as ancillary to the settlement of marriage of Edward Pinket and Elizabeth Susan Thorne.  It is between Elizabeth S. Thorne of BARNSTAPLE,DEVON Edward  Pinkett M.A.of TRINTY HALL, CAMBRIDGE  UNIVERSITY,Barnstaple,Richard White of INSTOWE,DEVON, William Turner of  LONG ASHTON, SOMERSET.and Edward William Barnes,architect, bristol.There are 5 red wax seals and 1.blue 10 shilling duty stamp. in very good condition.

Pinkett

Thorne

White

Turner

Barnes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

396

1785

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Handwritten English vellum indenture dated 1785 during the reign of King George III being the conveyance of a dwelling in Newent in the County of Gloucester between Thomas Murrell, a Labourer, of the one part; and William James, a Plumber and Glazier, of the second part. Nicely penned with two blue revenues with inserts, tax stamp, and nice impressioned armorial red wax seal on green cloth tag. Very Good with mild discoloration, quite large measuring 28.5 x 23.5".

Murrell

James

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

397

1894

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AN ANTIQUE VELLUM FURTHER CHARGE DEED DATED 1894 RELATING TO PROPERTY IN 22 CHESTERFIELD ROAD MONTPELIER BRISTOL. (WILLIAM KNIGHT TO JOHN HENRY KING) . MEASURES 26CMS X 40CMS 2 PAGES

Knight

King

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

398

1880

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A large one page vellum indenture dated 12th March 1880 relating to property in Fishponds between Ann Baker of Downend (spinster) and Henry Wilkinson of Cannons Morish, Bristol (haulier).  An earlier indenture of 1878 is cited with the following names: John King (dec), Nephinah Fry (dec), Richard Ellicott and George Bird.  It has two seals and one signature with a revenue stamp.  There are witness and received signature on the reverse.  Has been folded.

Baker

Wilkinson

King

Fry

Ellicott

Bird

 

 

 

 

 

 

399

1775

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Handwritten English vellum deed dated 1775 during the reign of King George III being the conveyance of property in Bristol between Henry Cruger, an Esquire, of the one part; and Benjamin Loscombe, a Gentleman, both of Bristol. Nicely penned with blue revenue stamp with insert, tax stamp, and red wax seal on green cloth tag. In very good condition with handsome age toning. Measures 26 x 21".

Cruger

Loscombe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

400

1848-1898

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Collection of 10 Victorian Vellum Indentures.

 

1. 23rd of May 1864. Admission of Mr Thomas Elliston at a Court held in regards to the Manor of Elmeswell in the county of Suffolk.

 

2. 5th of October 1898. W R Bridell Esq to H S Towgood Esq. Transfer of mortgage to secure £6,845 and interest at £4.10.0 percent.

 

3. 30th of June 1893. Messrs Langdale Mallet to The British Tea Table Company Limited. Lease of the ground floor and basement of 163 The Strand

 

4. 23rd day of February 1848. Mrs Elizabeth Wilson first part, William Fry Junior second part, and William Eden Holmes third part. Deed of transfer

 

5. 1st of December 1870. Mr Charles Robinson and others trustees fo the Elmeswell Wesleyan Society to Miss Maria Kate Crosse. Bond for securing £250 and interest with memorandum of deposit of deeds endorsed

 

6. 1st of June 1875 James E Mc Connell Esq to Miss Elizabeth Bradbury Mc Connell. Grant of annuity

 

7. 11th of December 1896 Rob H Hooker to Miss Helen Hewlett Conveyance of two yearly fee farm rents of £3.5.0 each issuing out of lots 18 and 20 Chelsea Park Lower Easton in the parish of St George in the county of Gloucester and the dwelling houses erected thereon

 

8.23rd of July 1894. Francis Rym Esquire and another to Mr W A Burt. Lease of no 6 Arlington Street, Piccadily in the county of Middlesex

 

9. 30th of November 1881 Mr C F Sizer to Messrs E Mc Morland A B Philp and F Gale. Release

 

10. 1st of August 1895 Q A Mc Connel to Mr G Mc Connel. Mortgage to secure £348 and interest

 

All indentures are in great condition and are complete with revenue stamps and wax seals pertaining to family members.

Hooker

Hewlett