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Date

Source

Lot No.

Text

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1

18th century

Dominic Winter 31 Jan 2001

244

Collection of 38 manorial documents, 18th c., relating to various manors throughout Huntingdon, including the manors of Histon, Somersham, Saint Ives, Mitchell Hall, Bluntisham, Lyles, Ramsey, Little Stewkeley, Holywell, Sames, and Rampton

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

1860

ebay

 

This 1860 Indenture is between a Mr Samuel Beresford and a Mr William Holmes in beutifuul quill pen.It measures 24"x24" would look nice framed.This partchment is a piece of old England.There are three red candle wax seals on the front bottom and a V.R stamp on the back. The partchment was made by Hooper&son 45,Fleet st London opposite Fetter lane.This document relates to a piece of land in the parish of St John Huntingdon,UK.There is a map on the back of parchment North west is High st to the north east of High st is what was the orchard.

Beresford

Holmes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

1660

Bloomsbury 20 Jun 2002

74

An abstract of the severall lands and tenements parcell of the Manor of Brampton now held by Eliab Harvey Esquire by the severall letters pattents and leases hereunder mentioned , manuscript, 3pp., 290 x 305mm., n.d. [c. 1660]; and 6 others, vellum indentures relating to Brampton, v.s. (7).

Harvey

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4

1808

ebay

 

Document drawn up in 1808 and on PAPER. Hand written it gives details of THE AGREEMENT BETWEEN LINLEY HURST OF KEYSTONE IN THE COUNTY OF HUNTINGDON, GENTLEMAN AND SAMUEL MOSELEY OF THRAPSTON IN THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTON, BAKER. IN THE REIGN OF GEORGE III. FOR LAND SITUATE AND LYING IN THE LORDSHIP OF THRAPSTON ABUTTING DENFORD LANE ON THE WEST. GUARANTEED ORIGINAL AND IN GOOD CONDITION SIZE 16 INCHES BY 13 INCHES ON ONE SHEET OF FOLDED WATERMARKED PAPER FOR 1807

Hurst

Moseley

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5

1824

ebay

 

1824 ANTIQUE VELLUM INDENTURE DOCUMENT FOR THE MANOR OF ARMATHWAITE CASTLE. Document drawn up in 1824 on VELLUM. Hand written it gives details of THE AGREEMENT BETWEEN TIMOTHY RAPER OF ARATHWAITE CASTLE IN THE COUNTY OF CUMBERLAND, A CAPTAIN IN HIS MAJESTY'S NINETEENTH REGIMENT OF FOOT AND THE REVEREND OTTIWELL TENNANT OF UPTON IN THE COUNTY OF HUNTINGDON AND JOHN TWENTYMAN OF GREAT CORBY IN THE COUNTY OF CUMBERLAND, YEOMAN . IN THE REIGN OF GEORGE III - WITH TWO WAX SEALS AND ONE EMBOSSED ONE POUND TEN SHILLING REVENUE STAMP. FARMS AND LAND IN CUMWHINTON AND ARMATHWAITE. WITH RIGHTS FOR HUNTING, HAWKING, COURSING AND FISHING. GUARANTEED ORIGINAL AND IN GOOD CONDITION SIZE 30 INCHES BY 23 INCHES ON ONE SHEET OF FOLDED VELLUM.

Raper

Ottiwell

Twentyman

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6

1763

ebay

 

OFFICIAL ENGLISH WILL DEALING WITH EDWARD CHILD OF WARBOYS IN THE COUNTY OF HUNTINGDON YEOMAN. MADE OUT IN JANUARY 1763. TOP PART OFFICIAL PRINTED SCRIPT WITH OFFICAL EMBOSSING. REST ATTRACTIVE HANDWRITTEN VERY READABLE SCRIPT. DEALS WITH WHAT HE LEFT HIS NIECE ALICE, AND OTHERS ECT. DOCUMENT IS WRITTEN ON TWO SIDES REVERS CONTAINS EDWARD CHILDS WAX SEAL OF A HEAD [HIS OWN]. TWO PAGES BOTH MEASURE 20CM X 30CM, ONE NOT WRITTEN ON. SLIGHT FOXING ONE VERTICLE FOUR HORIZONTAL FOLDS. STOUT WATERMARKED PAPER.

Child

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7

1734

ebay

 

OFFICIAL ENGLISH WILL INDENTURE ONE FOOT TWO INCHES BY ONE FOOT NINE INCHES. GEORGE 2ND AUGUST 1734. WARBOYS ISLE OF ELY, HUNTINGDONSHIRE. DEALS WITH THE INDENTURE OF A JOHN COLE WHO WAS FIRMLY BOUND FOR TWENTY SEVEN POUNDS. OFFICIAL EMBOSSED PAPER, VERY CLEAR READABLE SCRIPT, PLUS PRINTED SCRIPT CONTEMPOARY ALTERATIONS TO MANUSCRIPT ONE FOLDED HIDEN SEAL. SCAN DOES NOT DO IT JUSTICE HAD TO SCAN IT IN TWO HALVES. THREE HORIZONTAL FOLDS ONE VERTICLE, THREE TINY HOLES, LITTLE TONED PAPER NOT REALLY ANY FOXING,STOUT WATERMARKED PAPER. (From the image it appears that Matthew Critton of the Isle of Ely in the County of Cambridgeshire, Cordwainer, was bound to John Cole, Gentn., of ....? in Huntingdonshire, for over one hundred pounds. Propoert in the occupation of Thomas Chapman is also mentioned).

Cole

Critton

Chapman