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Date

Source

Lot No.

Text

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901

1850

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A large two page velum indenture with plan dated 14th August 1850 relating to property in Moore Street, Rusholme, Manchester between Richard Aspden of Manchester (accountant), Martha Kay of Rusholme (Relict of John Kay of Rusholme, shopkeeper, sister of John Shelmerdine), Thomas Shelmerdine of Cheetham Hill and William Brittain of Rusholme (coachman). An earlier indenture of 1839 is cited with the following names mentioned: Thomas Carill Worsley (esq.), Charles Carill Worsley, John Shelmerdine (died 6/4/1849). Other names mentioned: Lydia Cash and John Billington. Has 4 seals and signatures with a revenue stamp on each page. There are witness signatures on the reverse. Has been folded.

Aspden

Kay

Shelmerdine

Brittain

Worsley

Cash

Billington

 

 

 

 

 

902

1866

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A large vellum indenture dated 26th February 1866 relating to five dwelling houses in Cross Street, Newton, Manchester between Joseph Jackson of Gorton (builder) and Henry Griffiths of Manchester (gent.). Other names mentioned: Miss Woodiwiss and Peter Pomfret. Has two seals and signatures with a revenue stamp. Has witness and received signatures on the reverse. Has been folded.

Jackson

Griffiths

Woodiwiss

Pomfret

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

903

1872

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A large vellum indenture dated 21st October 1872 relating to property in Blackley, Lancashire between Jonathan Cooper of Peel House, Peel Greetn, Patricroft (gent.) and John Peacock of Manchester (gent.). An earlier indenture of 1839 is cited with the following names mentioned: James Cooper + Sarah his wife, William Hall, William Ashton and Robert Jackson. Has two seals and one signature with revenue stamp. There are witness and received signatures on the reverse. There is also a second indenture between the same parties dated 12th May 1874. This has two seals and one signature with revenue stamp and witness signatures. Has been folded.

Cooper

Peacock

Hall

Ashton

Jackson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

904

1866

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A large vellum indenture dated 5th September 1866 relating to properties in Hyde Road, Tyndale Street, Coverdale Street and Gibson Street, Ardwick between John Barrow of Stretford (collector) and Thomas Hayes of West Gorton (brickmaker). It involves an annual payment to The 11th Manchester and Salford Mutual Benefit Building Society. Has two seals and signatures with a revenue stamp. Has been folded.

Barrow

Hayes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

905

1871

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A large two page vellum indenture with plan dated 15th November 1871 relating to property in Cranworth Street, Chorlton-upon-Medlock between William Willmott Mawson of Ardwick Green (esq.) and Joseph Kelly of Chorlton-cum-Medlock (builder). It has a schedule which mentions the following people: 1819 John Taylor 1825 Thomas Mawson, Catherina Mawson, Clayton John Taylor Maswson, Eleanor Mawson, Nancy Knight 1826 John Jewitt, Joseph Burnie + Eleanor his wife and Charles Mawson. Has two signatures and seals with the usual blue revenue stamps. It has two unusual pink revenue stamps. Has witness signatures on the reverse. Has been folded.

Mawson

Kelly

Taylor

Knight

Jewitt

Burnie

 

 

 

 

 

 

906

1889

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INDENTURE manuscript DOCUMENT Inn Heywood Lancs PHOENIX BREWERY 1889 guaranteed original - from the reign of QUEEN VICTORIA - 117 YEARS OLD BETWEEN JAMES HAWORTH OF THE DOG AND PARTRIDGE INN BURY STREET IN HEYWOOD IN THE COUNTY OF LANCASTER BEERSELLER OF THE FIRST PART THOMAS SUTCLIFFE OF DRAKE STREET ROCHDALE IN THE SAID COUNTY GENTLEMAN OF THE SECOND PART AND THE PHOENIX BREWERY COMPNAY LIMITED A JOINT STOCK COMPANY REGISTERED AT GREEN LANE IN HEYWOOD OF THE THIRD PART.

WITH THE COMMON SEAL OF THE POENIX BREWERY COMPANY. BEING THE ASSIGNMENT OF THE EQUITY OF REDEMPTION OF AND IN LEASEHOLD LAND AND BEERHOUSE CALLED "DOG AND PARTRIDGE INN" SITUATE IN HEYWOOD IN THE COUNTY OF LANCASHIRE. SIZES 10.5 INS X 8.5 INS IN VERY FINE CONDITION - IMPRESSED REVENUE STAMPS ON FOUR SHEETS OF FOLDED PARCHMENT WAX SEAL

Haworth

Sutcliffe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

907

1839

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ANTIQUE DEED Accrington Lancs HARDMAN > HARDMAN 1839. guaranteed original - from the reign of QUEEN VICTORIA - 167 YEARS OLD SURRENDER AND RELEASE IN THE HALMOT COURT OF LORD MONTAGUE BETWEEN HENRY HARDMAN OF NEWCHURCH IN THE FOREST OF ROSSENDALL COTTON MANUFACTURER TRANSFER TO THOMAS HARDMAN OF WHITEWELLBOTTOM IN THE FOREST OF ROSSENDALE. FOR ALL THAT MESSUAGE BARN AND TENEMENT CALLED THE WEETHEAD SITUATE IN WOLFENDEN BOOTH IN THE SAID FOREST OF ROSSENDALE SIZE 18 INS X 23 INS ON ONE SHEET OF FOLDED PARCHMENT IN VERY FINE CONDITION - ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMP

Hardman

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

908

1841

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ANTIQUE DEED HARDMAN > HARWORTH 1841. guaranteed original - from the reign of QUEEN VICTORIA - 165 YEARS OLD SURRENDER AND RELEASE IN THE HALMOT COURT OF LORD MONTAGUE BETWEEN GEORGE HAWORTH OF SHAW CLOUGH IN THE FOREST OF ROSSENDALE AND COUNTY OF LANCASTER GENTLEMAN AND GEORGE HAWORTH OF CHAPEL HILL TO HENRY HARDMAN OF NEW CHURCH IN THE SAID FOREST YEOMAN. FOR ALL THAT MESSUAGE BARN AND TENEMENT CALLED THE WEELHEAD SITUATE IN WOLFENDEB IN THE SAID FOREST OF ROSSENDALE SIZE 18 INS X 23 INS ON ONE SHEET OF FOLDED PARCHMENT IN VERY FINE CONDITION - ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMP

Haworth

Hardman

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

909

1855

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This is a substantial 3 page (28x22" approx) indenture dated 3rd March 1855 involving a Great Sutton (Cheshire) gentleman named Charles Lee. The indenture involves land and property owned by Charles Lee and is to be transferred to various people through a broker from Liverpool named Thomas Hampson. The land involved includes cottages in Navigation Lane in Altrincham together with several houses in Manchester and a corporation leased building in Lime Street Liverpool. The handwritten indenture on parchment is in good reasonable condition with all text clear and visible. The indenture has been signed and red wax sealed by Charles Lee together with Victorian duty stamp.

Lee

Hampson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

910

1592

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RUMWORTH: An Elizabethan indenture regarding the sale of houses and lands in Rumworth, Lancashire, between James Anderton of Lostock, gentleman, Thurstane Anderton, brother of James Leonard Chorley of Grayes Inn, Middlesex, and Thirstane Tyldysley of Myerscough, Lancashire. Dated 1 April 1592 in the 34th year of the reign of Elizabeth I Property: Messuages, lands and tenements in Rumworth now in the tenure of William Horrock, James Grundye?, Adam Robinson, Thomas Carlile, Brian Lee, Andrew Seddon, Raffe Seddon, Richard Marton, Elizabeth Grundye, Giles Arton, Roger Whittle, George Moncke and Richard Robinson. Medium: Handwritten in English on vellum. Condition: Heavily rubbed text in centre of document, although can be read with difficulty. Characteristics: Signatures and red wax seals. One near intact seal with clear swan impression. One seal (broken) showing armorial impression. Fragment of third seal. Document Size (Approx.): 30 by 41 cm

Anderton

Chorley

Tyldysley

Horrock

Grundye

Robinson

Carlile

Lee

Seddon

Marton

Arton

etc

911

1593

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HEATON, HORWICH, BERCHELEY, RUMWORTH: An Elizabethan grant of lands and assignment of attorneys in the manor of Heton, Horwich and Bercheley, Lancashire, between Rychard Heton of Alone, County Meath, Ireland, and James Anderton of Lostock, Lancashire. Dated 7 August 1593 in the 35th year of the reign of Elizabeth I Property: The manor of Heton (Heaton) and all lands and property in Heaton, Horwich, Bircheley or Bercheleyals Billinge, Rumworth and Lostock in Lancashire. Medium: Handwritten in English on vellum. Condition: Good Characteristics: Signature and remains of red wax seal. Document Size (Approx.): 30 by 38 cm

Heton

Anderton

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

912

1793

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RICHMOND: Settlement of the residue of an estate in Richmond, Surrey, on the will of Margaret Winder, between John Blackburn of Manchester, gentleman, and Ellen his wife, Ralph Asheton of Preston, and Clarissa Porter of Newman Street in the parish of Marybone, Middlesex. Dated 15 March 1793 in the 33rd year of the reign of George III Property: The remnants of an estate in Richmond now belonging to the water works. Medium: Handwritten in English on vellum. Condition: Creasing and some rubbed text in folds. Characteristics: Signatures and red wax seals. Document Size (Approx.): 60 by 78 cm

Winder

Blackburn

Asheton

Porter

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

913

1839

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Offered is this unusual two in one vellum documents which have been fixed together.They are dated 1 July 1839 and 29 June 1839. The documents refer to the release in fee of an undivided fourth share of the North Shorte Mills together with all buildings and engine house located in Boundary Street, Kirkdale in the County of Lancaster. The largest document measures 24 inches by 28.5 inches. The documents are between William Newton and William Garstang.Both documents retain the revenue stamps and wax seals with the signatures of both listed. They are claen and well written. Nice to have both documents together.

Newton

Garstang

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

914

1851

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Offered is this one page vellum document dated 10 July 1851. It measures 31.5 inches by 24.5 inches. It is between William Griffiths and Mary Anne Higgins. It deals with the mortgage of a plat of land together with 3 dwellings situated in Dorset Street, Emolen Street and Halston Street in Hulme in Lacaster but now in Manchester. The document retains the revenue stamp together with two wax seals and signatures of those listed. A nice clean document.

Griffiths

Higgins

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

915

1804

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A Grant of Anuity dated 2 October 1804 realting to Samuel Taylor of Moston Lancs, formerly the inheritence of Samuel Taylor Esq., Grandfather of the said Samuel and afterwards of Samuel Taylor Esq., father of the said Samuel, and running to 6/7 pages.

Taylor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

916

1733

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BRINDLE: Bargain and sale of several lands in Brindle, Lancashire, between William Atherton of Preston, Lancashire, weaver, Mathew Talbot of Wheelton, William Hilton of Brindle, yeoman, Hugh Langten of Brindle, John Atherton of Liverpool, merchant, and James Marsden of Balderston, yeoman. Dated 2 February 1733 in the 7th year of the reign of George II Property: All those closes of land in Brindle called Barn Field, the Great Meadow and the Calf Croft. Medium: Handwritten in English on vellum. Condition: Patchy stains and light toning. Characteristics: Signatures and red wax seals. Revenue and tax stamps. Document Size (Approx.): 70 by 80 cm

Atherton

Talbot

Langten

Marsden

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

917

1890

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DEED OF ASSIGNMENT 1890 PATENT FOR CIGARETTE MACHINE NR This extremely interesting Indenture concerning tobacco manufacturer Thomas William Biggs & John Hignett, tobacco manufacturer of Hignett Bros Liverpool for an invention for a machine to improve the manufacture of cigarettes. It is a 4 page hand written document with seals, stamps and signatures. In fine condition.

Biggs

Hignett

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

918

1750

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STALMINE: Sale of land at Stalmine, Lancashire, between Joseph Smith of Stalmine with Staynoe, yeoman, and Nicholas Robinson of Stalmine, yeoman. Dated 2 February 1750 in the 24th year of the reign of George II Property: One close of land in Stalmine called Rawcliffe Wray, part of the inheritance of John Singleton of Knowle, since of Jonathan Singleton of Poulton. Medium: Handwritten in English on vellum. Condition: Staining to one fold and light toning. Characteristics: Signature and red wax seal. Revenue and tax stamps. Document Size (Approx.): 58 by 70 cm

Smith

Robinson

Singleton

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

919

1751

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A large, single-page vellum identure dated 1751 being an Assignment between John Fletcher, parish clerk of the collegiate and parish church of Manchester, and John Bradshaw, Thomas Johnson and Joseph Marriott. Also mentions Peter Brotherton, Joseph Bancroft, John Boulton and John Leeth. Signed and sealed by John Fletcher. In good condition for a document of this age with no noticeable holes or tears. Slightly grubby on the outside but nothing unusual about its condition. Has a nice vignette of George II and 3 blue tax stamps of 6 pence each. Size approx 31" across by 26" down.

Fletcher

Bradshaw

Johnson

Marriott

Brotherton

Bancroft

Boulton

Leeth

 

 

 

 

920

1792

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A large, single-page vellum identure dated 1792 being a Lease for land in Stansfield, York, known as Upper Hartley Rough. Interested parties are John Higgin of Lancaster and John Greenwood of Halifax, Couny of York. Contains seals and signatures of both parties. In good condition for a document of this age with no noticeable holes or tears. Slightly grubby on the outside and minor foxing on the inside but nothing unusual about its condition. Has one blue tax stamp. Size approx 29" across by 23" down.

Higgin

Greenwood

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

921

1783

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OLDHAM: Lease of premises in Oldham, Lancashire, between George Worthington of Werneth, gentleman, Thomas Lister of Gisburn Park, Yorkshire, and Abraham Fletcher of Hollingwood, Oldham in the parish of Prestwich, yeoman. Dated 1 May 1783 in the 23rd year of the reign of George III Property: A plot of land in Werneth called Standering Meadow by the new Turnpike Road leading to Manchester. Small plan on the reverse. Medium: Handwritten in English on vellum. Condition: Slightly rubbed text in some folds, light toning. Characteristics: Signatures and red wax seals. Revenue and tax stamps. Document Size (Approx.): 55 by 74 cm

Worthington

Lister

Fletcher

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

922

1792

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SALFORD: A large two page grant of rents of land in Oldfield Lane, Salford, Manchester, between Samuel Hope of Manchester, architect, John Hope, tea dealer, and Martha Hope of Liverpool. Dated 10 December 1792 in the 33rd year of the reign of George III Property: Three closes or fields in Oldfield Lane, Salford, called Great Meadow, The Middle Field, and The Bright Close. Medium: Handwritten in English on vellum. Condition: Light toning and dust marking, otherwise good. Characteristics: Signatures and red wax seals. Revenue and tax stamps. Document Size (Approx.): 75 by 85 cm

Hope

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

923

1790

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SALFORD: Release of several fields and premises in Oldfield Lane, Salford, Lancashire, between James Cooke of Salford, gentleman, Samuel Hope of Manchester, architect, John Hope of Manchester, tea dealer, Daniel Shelmerdine of Longsight, Manchester, gentleman, and James Hurst, peruke maker. Dated 10 February 1790 in the 13th year of the reign of George III Property: Several fields or closes of land in Oldfield Lane, Salford, called Great Meadow, Middle Field and Higher Close. Medium: Handwritten in English on vellum. Condition: Dirt marks staining and some rubbed text in folds. Characteristics: Signature and red wax seal. Revenue and tax stamps. Document Size (Approx.): 70 by 80 cm

Cooke

Hope

Shelmerdine

Hurst

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

924

1856

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Dated February 2nd 1856, this is a beautifully hand written document concerning a mortgage agreement between Thomas Brown and Nancy Greenwood for a plot of land in Farnworth Lancashire. The document measures 24 x 30 inches.

Brown

Greenwood

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

925

1897

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A large, 4-page vellum document dated 1897 from The Halmot Court of The Honourable James Archibald Douglas Home and Henry Frederick Nicoll Esquire and the Right Honourable Henry John Lord Montagu of the Manor of Accrington. The purpose of the document seems to be to prove the claims of various people to the right to be admitted to the Manor therefore there is much discussion of properties, people and places. Some people mentioned are John Hargreaves of Chilfrome House near Dorchester in Dorset, Frank Hargreaves from Shinfield Manor near Reading in Berkshire and Harry Evelyn Stracey Pocklington, Captain in the 15th Hussars from Wrexham in the County of Denbigh but there are many others. There is much discussion about properties and places and I also noticed the East Lancashire Railway Company mentioned but there is far too much information in this document to list it all here. In excellent condition for a document of this age with no noticeable holes or tears and very clean. No seals. Size approx 30" across by 25" down.

Home

Nicoll

Montagu

Hargreaves

Pocklington

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

926

1830

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1830 Lease for a year James Tomlinson of Bare in the County of Lancaster to William Garth of Poulton by the Sands width 72 cms hieght 37 cms 2 wax seals and a blue stamp Handwritten on vellum no slits or rips

Tomlinson

Garth

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

927

1879

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ARKSEY, BENTLEY: Conveyance of lands in Arksey, Yorkshire, between Sir William Leyland Feilden of Teniscowtes Hall, Blackburn, Lancs, Baronet, Henry Augustus Paynter of Alnwick, Northunberland, Sir William Ridley Charles Cooke of Wheatley Hall, Doncaster, Baronet, and William Milnes Walker of Round Green, Barnsley. Nice coloured plan of property. Signature of Sir William Feilden. Dated 29 July 1879 in the 43rd year of the reign of Queen Victoria Property: Closes of land in Bently and Arksey in the West Riding near to Creek Hill Gate. Medium: Manuscript in English on vellum. Condition: Good Characteristics: Signatures and red wax seals. Revenue and tax stamps. Document Size (Approx.): 60 by 70cm

Feilden

Paynter

Cooke

Walker

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

928

1731

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ACCRINGTON, BAXENDEN: A court baron document for the manor of Accrington, recording the surrender of copyhold lands in Baxenden, Lancashire, by John Cunliffe of Haslington, Maria Hammond of Clitherow, customary copyhold tenant, and the admission of John Grime as the new tenant. Dated 9 October 1731 in the 5th year of the reign of King George II Property: A messuage and lands in Baxenden and Heaheads. Medium: Manuscript in Latin on vellum. Condition: Creasing, toning and dust marks. Characteristics: Revenue and tax stamps. Document Size (Approx.): 15 by 28cm

Cunliffe

Hammond

Grime

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

929

1798

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A single-page vellum indenture dated 1798 being a Deed Of Gift between the Right Honourable Edward Smith Stanley Earl of Derby, the Right Honourable Edward Smith Stanley commonly called Lord Stanley, John Allen of Prestwich, Lancaster, Peter Seddon and Egerton Cross, present trustees of Ringley school, Prestwich in the manor of Pilkington, Lancaster. Because the canal from Bolton and Bury to Manchester is so near to the existing Ringley school it is dangerous for the scholars. Therefore the Earl of Derby is giving land for a new school to be built. The land is called Pepper Croft and is on the west side of Ringley Bridge in the parish of Hoarsley, Lancaster. In good condition for a document of this age with no noticeable holes or tears. Slightly grubby on the outside but nothing unusual about its condition. Has 4 blue tax stamps and 2 red wax seals but no signatures. There is a small line drawing of the property in question on the reverse of the document. Size approx 27" across by 17" down.

Stanley

Allen

Seddon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

930

1790

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Conveyance of Residuary Property Thomas Parker Of Colne to William Foulds of Colne Hand Written on paper 32 cm X 40 cm 12 pages worth

Parker

Foulds

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

931

1916

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An original marriage licence for "John Willie Hibbert of Tytherington Lane in the Parish of Prestbury in the County of Chester Farmer and Elizabeth Whitehouse of 5 School Lane Didsbury in the County of Lancaster Spinster..." dated 17th August 1916. Has been folded with some damage to edges of folds.

Hibbert

Whitehouse

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

932

1845

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An 11-page vellum indenture dated 1845 being a Marriage Settlement between the Reverend Edward Meyrick Goulburn of the University of Oxford, son of Edward Goulburn Esquire, Serjeant at Law and one of the commissioners of the Court of Bankruptcy; Julia Cartwright, daughter of William Ralph Cartwright of the County of Northampton; Edward Goulburn; William Ralph Cartwright; Sir Thomas Cartwright; the Reverend Henry Gunning, Rector of Wigan, Lancaster; Edward Goulburn of Surrey, a Captain in Her Majesty's Army; the Reverend Samuel Waldegrave of Barford, Wiltshire. Also mentioned are: Sir John Aubrey, Thomas Digby Aubrey, William Cartwright - a Lieutenant General in Her Majesty's service, Sir Charles Mordaunt and the Honourable Robert Fulke Greville. Historical Note: Edward Meyrick Goulburn was the nephew of the Right Hon. Henry Goulburn, Chancellor of the Exchequer in the ministries of Sir Robert Peel and the Duke of Wellington. In an illustrious career Edward, amongst other things, became headmaster of Rugby school and Dean of Norwich. On the reverse of page 2 are various memoranda about events that occurred after this settlement was agreed. Also included with this indenture are 4 small paper documents concerning share transfers and estate duty. In good condition for a document of this age with no noticeable holes or tears. Slightly grubby on the outside but clean on the inside and all text is legible. Has a blue tax stamp on each page and signed and sealed by Edward M. Goulburn, Julia Cartwright, Edward Goulburn, W. R. Cartwright and Thomas Cartwright. Size approx 27" across by 22" down.

Goulburn

Cartwright

Gunning

Waldegrave

Aubrey

Mordaunt

Greville

 

 

 

 

 

933

1905

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A large, 4-page vellum document dated 1905 from The Halmot Court of The Clitheroe Estate Company Limited of the Manor of Accrington Old Hold. The purpose of the document seems to be the granting of copyhold of various lands and properties to the descendants of the original owner, John Hargreaves and there is a huge amount of information about people and places - too much to list here. Many properties in Huncoat, Lancashire are mentioned including the Cemetery Hotel, the White Lion Inn, the Old Smithy and the Cotton Warehouse. Also the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Company, The Most Noble Walter Francis Duke of Buccleuch and Queensbury and many other people. It also includes a small table of people, places, dates and annual rents. A mine of information. In good condition for a document of this age with no noticeable holes or tears. No seals. Size approx 30" across by 25" down.

Hargreaves

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

934

1597

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This manuscript is dated 1597 in the reign of Elizabeth I and is written mainly in Latin. The defendant was Francis Curle who was accused of libel by a Mr Fletewood both from the Blackburn area of Lancashire. The case was heard in London at the Guildhall by Sir Henry Hobart, and there is a letter from The Records Office in London saying that this case is documented on the Plea Roll of the Court of Commons (No 2029) on roll 1097. The manuscript is in reasonable condition considering its age, all pages are as the first photograph apart from the last page which has been the outer cover and is pretty worn but still readable (see photograph). The pages are numbered ( 23 pages) but page ten appears to be missing, perhaps the pages were numbered incorrectly. Included is the letter from the Records Office and a transcrption from Prof. Twemlow of Liverpool University, and two other pieces of correspondence.

Curle

Fletewood

Hobart

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

935

1897

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Certificate of merit dated JUNE 1897 Beautifully decorated It reads as follows;

 

Knowledge is Power (Top left corner)

 

LIVERPOOL TEMPERANCE UNION

 

''WINE HATH DESTROYED MANY'' Ecclus XXX1c 2.5v

 

CERTIFICATE OF MERIT

 

Awarded under

 

THE DAY SCHOOL SCIENTIFIC TEMPERANCE EDUCATION SCHEME

 

To Alfred Jones

 

For Excellence of Written Report of a Lecture on

 

ALCOHOL and its EFFECTS on the HUMAN BODY

 

Date June 1897 J.J. Jakeman (signature)

 

Lecturer & Examiner

 

E.J. PARR Hon Secretaries

 

W.J. SUTCLIFFE

 

Office TEMPERANCE HALL

 

HARDMAN STREET LIVERPOOL

Jones

Jakeman

Parr

Sutcliffe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

936

1804

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Dated 2d. October 1804 Samuel Taylor Esq to Mrs Taylor (Copy) Grant of an Annuity of 100 for the life of Mrs Taylor to be issuing out of certain freehold estates situate in Mostow in the county of Lancaster formerly the inheritance of Samuel Taylor Esq Grandfather of the said Samuel Taylor party hereto, and afterwards of Samuel Taylor Esq father of the said Saml. Taylor party hereto, by virtue of a power for that purpose contained in the will of Samuel Taylor the father. I have saved an image of the front of this document.

Taylor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

937

1792

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Vellum Indenture - 1792 Deed - Penn and Wolverhampton, Staffordshire A single sheet vellum Indenture written in a lovely neat hand, measuring 60 cm x 46 cm approx Lease for a year of a messuage tenement or farmhouse in Over Penn and a number of pieces of land with names and descriptions of the pieces of land in the parishes of Penn and Wolverhampton and also a messuage or tenement at a place called the Church Yard Gate in Wolverhampton. The document also gives some useful information on several generations of the ancestors of John Pershouse Parties: John PERSHOUSE, of Manchester (whose father was from Wolverhampton), William LYON of Grays Inn of Middlesex Other names include: John Burrows, John Button, John Clegg, Robert Ebb, William Gilbert, Rev John Jordon, John Lee, Adam Pershouse, Elizabeth Pershouse, John Pershouse, John Pershouse, Mary Pershouse, William Pershouse, John Petitt, Richard Rabon, Francis Saunders, John Snow Document signed by: John Pershouse Witnesses: Will Nabb, John Robinson Condition: Very Good for age

Pershouse

Lyon

Burrows

Button

Clegg

Ebb

Gilbert

Jordon

Lee

Petitt

Rabon

etc

938

1899

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A single sheet vellum Indenture measuring 74 cm x 61.5 cm approx Conveyance of a plot of land in Birch Grove, Rusholme, Lancashire dated 13 June 1899 Parties: William BAILEY, Plumber, of Wilmslow Road, Withington, Lancashire; John SMITH, Commission Agent, of Plymouth Grove, Manchester Other names include: John Campbell, Niel Campbell, William Cundiff, Thomas Emery, William Emery, William John Pemberton, Charles Richard Phillips, Thomas Ramsey, Document signed by: John Smith, William Bailey Witnesses: William F Farrington, Charles F Davies Condition: Very good

Bailey

Smith

Campbell

Cundiff

Emery

Pemberton

Phillips

Ramsey

Farrington

Davies

 

 

939

1891

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This is a very interesting piece of history Mary Jane who was married to Richard Batten who was a glasscutter in St Helens has gone to her solicitors Samuel Oppenheim to borrow 20 at the rate of 5 interest per annum which was extortionate that was August 1890. The poor lady then goes back in September 1891 to borrow a further 10 then again in August 1892 for a further 10. We can only guess how this poor lady must have felt and what she must have gone through. It is in very good condition no rips or tears

Batten

Oppenheim

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

940

1804

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A Grant of Anuity of 100 for life dated 2 October 1804 Samuel Taylor of Moston Lancs to Mrs Taylor if she survives Mr Taylor, and running to 6/7 pages.

Taylor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

941

1806

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ANTIQUE VELLUM Ecclesfield Yorks COUPLAND > YELLAND 1806 - guaranteed original - from the reign of KING GEORGE III - 200 YEARS OLD MANUSCRIPT INDENTURE OR TITLE DEED ; BEING THE LEASE FOR POSSESSION OF SEVERAL CLOSES OF LAND LYING IN OR NEAR ECCLESFIELD IN THE COUNTY OF YORKSHIRE. BETWEEN RICHARD STANLEY OF ROTHERHAM IN THE COUNTYOF YORK GENTLEMAN JOHN COUPLAND OF ROTHERHAM GENTLEMAN WILLIAM COUPLAND OF TINSLEY IN THE SAID COUNTY OF YORK GENTLEMAN AND THOMAS PENLINGTON OF SHEFFIELD WATCH MAKER TRUSTEES OF THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF JOHN THOMPSON LATE OF BRIDGEHOUSES IN THE PARISH OF SHEFFIELD AND JOHN THOMPSON OF LIVERPOOL IN THE COUNTY OF LANCASTER MERCHANT OF THE ONE PART AND WILLIAM YELLAND OF ECCLESFIELD IN THE SAID COUNTY OF YORK BRACE BIT MAKER OF THE OTHER PART NICE OLD FAMILY HISTORY ITEM. IN VERY FINE CONDITION - - SIZE 15 INS X 22 INS . ON ONE SHEET OF FOLDED PARCHMENT / VELLUM - WITH ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMP AND WAX SEALS

Stanley

Coupland

Penlington

Thompson

Yelland

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

942

1864

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This is a mortgage dated 1864 between James Lord and Eli Unsworth of Heywood in Lancashire. Unsworth pays Lord 350 and land is released to him by James Lord. The land is in Heywood and amounts to 1,863 sguare yards. In addition there are various buildings. The document extends to one vellum sheet in very good condition and the signature of James Lord.

Lord

Unsworth

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

943

1623

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1623 VELLUM INDENTURE concerning SEDBERGH between SHUTTLEWORTH and HOLME NO RESERVE DATE:- 20th MAY 1623 IN THE 21st YEAR OF THE REIGN OF KING JAMES I (of England and the 56th year of his reign in Scotland.) AN INDENTURE ON A SINGLE SHEET OF VELLUM WRITTEN IN LATIN BETWEEN RICHARD SHUTTLEWORTHE OF GAWTHROPE IN THE COUNTY OF LANCASTER

....... and .... RICHARD HOLME of CROSSHAWE in SEDBARGHE (SEDBERGH) in the county of YORK. CONCERNING A MESSUAGE IN "SEDBARGHE" CALLED MYERTHYEAT. A vellum seal tag is still attached to the document but the seal is no longer present. On the verso there are witnesses' signatures (including Thomas Remington) and a Latin memorandum. Size. The document is approx. 22" wide x 5" high. Condition. In excellent condition, particularly considering its age of 383 years, with the usual folding creases.

Shuttleworthe

Holme

Remington

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

944

1856

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This document is between the Earl of Wilton, George Bone and William Hill for a plot of land in Radcliffe in the county of lancaster for a yearly rent of 14 pounds 9 shillings and 3 pence. the land situated between the Bolton,Bury canal and the river Irwell and bordered on one side by the Earl of Derby. It is dated 22 november 1856 and written on Paper with the signatures of Wilton, George Bone and William wilmott Hill. This document consists of two pages the first page has a nice detailed map of the plot of land. It also mentions that George Bone is an ironmonger and william Hill is a chemist.

Wilton

Bone

Hill

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

945

1700

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1700 This is the last will and testament of Richard Hardman of Little lever in the parish of Bolton in the county of Lancashire. It has two leaves of paper with the writing on one side only.It is in good condition and the writing is clear and easy to read, though it is quite delicate and needs to be handled carefully.Size 33cm x 21 cm approx.

Hardman

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

946

1880

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Paper Document - 1880 Power of Attorney A paper document on three sheets measuring 34 cm x 41 cm approx A Copy Power of Attorney of James Brooks Close Esq of Le Mars, Plymouth County, Iowa, dated 15 December 1880 including a copy of the declaration of C J C Ball, a Notary Public for Plymouth County and a copy declaration by J Warrack the British Vice Consul at Chicago The document is regarding a Mortgage in which James Brooks Close was a party concerning property in Staffordshire, England giving Power of Attorney to his brother, John Brooks Close of Lancashire Road, Hope near Eccles, Lancashire, England Other names include: Samuel Burd, John Brooks Close, John de Heley Chadwick, William Henry Kearsley, Edward James Thompson, Condition: Good

Close

Ball

Warrack

Burd

Chadwick

Kearsley

Thompson

 

 

 

 

 

947

1813

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Vellum Indenture - 1813 Deed - Lancashire A single sheet vellum Indenture measuring 64 cm x 47.5 cm approx A Lease for a year of hereditaments and premises known as Rye Hill, Lancashire dated 3 December 1813 Parties: George HEAP, yeoman, of Boarshaw in the parish of Middleton, Lancashire; Robert FITTON, yeoman, of Stake Hill in the parish of Middleton; John HEAP, cotton manufacturer, of Crompton, Lancashire Other names include: John Chadwick, Ann Heap, James Heap, Richard Heap Document signed by: George Heap, Robert Fitton Witnesses: John Walker Condition: Good

Heap

Fitton

Chadwick

Walker

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

948

1824

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Vellum Indenture - 1824 Deed - Royton, Lancashire A single sheet vellum Indenture measuring 63.5 cm x 47 cm approx A Lease for a year of premises situate at Cowlishaw within Royton, Lancashire dated 29 November 1824 Parties: John WILDE, Esquire, of Liverpool; James WILDE, Cotton Manufacturer, of Cowlishaw, Royton, Lancashire Other names include: Abram Wilde, Joseph Wilde Document signed by: John Wilde Witnesses: James Radley Condition: Slightly browned but otherwise good

Wilde

Radley

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

949

1870

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Huge Framed 4th January 1870 Indenture Will . LINDLEY In the name of Mrs Frances M. Lindley and Miss Martha Frances Dempster and Miss Jane Caroline Dempster. Appointment of new Trustee of Will of Mr George Lindley deceased in place of Miss M.J. Dempster. ( All of Kensington near Liverpool). Complete with wax seals and One Pound 15 Shillings Stamp.

Lindley

Dempster

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

950

1624

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Indenture dated on reverse 17 Apr 1624 as well as on the front with many other signatures etc which I cant read very well. From the image I can m ake out that one of the parties appears to have been a yeoman in the County of Lancaster and another of the parties was Roger Parkinson. Also mentions John Newton.

Parkinson

Newton

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

951

1819

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OLDHAM: Appointment by the Rural Dean of Chester, of Thomas Barlow, nephew and next of kin of Henry Barlow late of Oldham, Lancashire, hatter and batchelor, who died intestate, to administer his goods and chattels. Dated 15 March 1819 Property: Not given. Medium: Printed with manuscript insertions in English on vellum. Condition: Creasing and folds through the seal Characteristics: Signatures and paper seal. Document Size (Approx.): 20 by 32 cm

Barlow

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

952

1787

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MANCHESTER, NEWTON: Feoffmemnt of a plot of land in Newton, Manchester, between, Edward Greaves of Culcheth, Martha Greaves of Manchester, Widow, John Houghton of Baguley, Rev John Clowes of Manchester, Rector of St Johns Church Manchester, Rev Peter Haddon of Stonewall, William Aldred of Failsworth, Weaver and James Howarth, Silk weaver. Dated 7 April 1787 in the 27th year of the reign of King George III Property: A plot of ground in Newton, part of the Hollow Meadow, bounded on the North by Newton Heath. Medium: Manuscript in English on vellum. Condition: Creasing and dust marking, otherwise good. Characteristics: Signatures and red wax seals Revenue and tax stamps. Document Size (Approx.): 70 by 80 cm

Greaves

Houghton

Clowes

Haddon

Aldred

Howarth

 

 

 

 

 

 

953

1877

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Offered is this one page vellum document dated 23 November 1877. It measures 61 cm by 71 cm. It is between Benjamin Butterwoth, John Richardson, Clarence Arnold and George Milner. It deals with the mortgage of hereditiments called The Osborne Inn situated at numbers 34, 35 and 38 Eccles New Road and Wilmslow Street in Salford in Manchester.It retains the revenue stamp together with 4 wax seals and the signature of Butterworth. A lovely clean well written document.

Butterworth

Richardson

Arnold

Milner

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

954

1874

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Offered is this one page vellum document dated 1 July 1874. It measures 63cm by 74 cm. It is between James Wilson and Thomas Fletcher. It deals with the assignment of two leasehold plots of land and a messuage errected thereon situated in Farnworth in the County of Lancashire. It retains the revenue stamp together with two wax seals and the signatures of those listed. A lovely clean document.

Wilson

Fletcher

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

955

1783

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Vellum Indenture - 1783 Deed - Four Lane Ends, Blackburn A single sheet vellum Indenture measuring 58 cm x 37 cm approx A Lease for possession of a cottage or dwellinghouse "now used as a Publick House" with a brewhouse, stable, cottage and butchers shop (former used as a Smithy) at Four Lane Ends, Blackburn dated 8 July 1783 Parties: Thomas TOMLINSON, Innkeeper, of Blackburn, Lancashire to John BORROWDALE, Officer of Excise, of Blackburn Other names mentioned include: Richard Edmundson, Joseph Feilden, John Hayhurst, Thomas Latham, William Ratcliff Document signed by: Thomas Tomlinson Witnesses: Richard Gish?, Edmund Haworth Condition: Slightly browned with age, otherwise good

Tomlinson

Borrowdale

Edmundson

Feilden

Hayhurst

Latham

Ratcliff

Gish

Haworth

 

 

 

956

1776

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Vellum Indenture - 1776 Deed - Preston and Great Marton, Lancashire A good early George III vellum portrait Indenture measuring 57 cm x 39 cm approx A Lease for a year of four messuages or dwellinghouses in Fryergate, Preston and a messuage with outhouses, orchard garden, shippon and garden and 52 acres of land at Great Marton, Lancashire dated 4 March 1776 Parties: Robert GRUNDY, mariner and boatman, of Lytham; John HULL, the elder, yeoman, of Great Marton; Richard WILSON, gentleman, of Poulton, Lancashire Other names mentioned include: James Allen, John Grundy, John Hull, John Hull the younger, William Ryding, Widow Sharpless, Richard Woods, Document signed by: Robert Grundy, John Hull Witnesses: Thomas Wilson, Ann Pearson Condition: Slightly browned with age otherwise good

Grundy

Hull

Wilson

Allen

Ryding

Sharpless

Woods

Pearson

 

 

 

 

957

1820

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ANTIQUE VELLUM Longton Lancs WOODCOCK > TOMLINSON 1820 - guaranteed original - from the reign of KING GEORGE III - 186 YEARS OLD BEING THE RELEASE AND MORTGAGE OF LANDS AND PREMISES SITUATE IN LONGTON IN THE COUNTY OF LANCASHIRE FOR SECURING 500. BETWEEN RICHARD PILKINGTONE OF PRESTON IN THE COUNTY OF LANCASTER GENTLEMAN AND RICHARD BANKS OF TARLETON IN THE SAID COUNTY YEOMAN OF THE FIRST PART JOHN WOODCOCK OF LONGTON YEOMAN AND JOHN BROWN OF LONGTON YEOMAN OF THE SECOND PART AND JOHN WOODCOCK OF THE THIRD PART AND WILLIAM TOMLINSON OF ALBIN BANK WITHIN PRESTON OF THE FOURTH PART . FOR HOUSES LAND AND CATTLE GATES IN LONGTON IN THE COUNTY OF LANCASTER SIZES 29 INS X 26 INS - IN VERY FINE CONDITION - ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMPS -ON FIVE SHEETS OF FOLDED PARCHMENT / VELLUM - WAX SEALS

Pilkingtone

Banks

Woodcock

Brown

Tomlinson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

958

1838

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Vellum Indenture - 1838 Deed - Cowlishaw, Lancashire A single sheet vellum Indenture measuring 60.5 cm x 39 cm approx A Lease for a year of two dwellinghouses with a shippon and outbuildings and a piece or parcel of land called Cowlishaw Meadow at Cowlishaw in the township of Crompton, Lancashire dated 23 November 1838 Parties: Ann TAYLOR, widow, of Oldham; Jonathan SCHOFIELD, spirit merchant, of Oldham; James WILD and Joseph WILD, cotton spinners of Cowlishaw; Other names mentioned include: Edmund Buckley, James Butterworth, John Clegg Document signed by: Ann Taylor, Jonathan Schofield Witnesses: J Summerscales Condition: Good

Taylor

Schofield

Wild

Buckley

Butterworth

Clegg

Summerscales

 

 

 

 

 

959

1863

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Vellum Indenture - 1863 Deed - Crompton, Lancashire A single sheet vellum Indenture measuring 77 cm x 59 cm approx A Conveyance of a messuage or tenement and lands called The Pitts in the township of Crompton Lancashire dated 20 July 1863. The document also includes some information relating to the Wills of Edmund Turner, yeoman, of Rochdale and Abraham Turner his grandson Parties: Theresa SHEIL, widow, of Liverpool; Margaret TURNER, widow, of Everton; Joseph MILNE Esquire of Burnedge in the township of Castleton, Lancashire Other names mentioned include: James Sheil, Abraham Turner, Edmund Turner Document signed by: Teresa Sheil, X the mark of Margaret Turner Witnesses: John Yates, Solicitor of Liverpool Condition: Good

Turner

Sheil

Milne

Yates

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

960

1798

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3 pages. "Particular Of the freehold Estate situate in the Townships of Rusholme Levenshulme and Burnage in the County of Lancaster advertised to be sold by Auction by Order of the Assignees of Messrs. Mellor and Pratt Bankrupts at the Bridgewater Arms in Manchester in the said County of Lancaster on Tuesday the 24th day of July 1798. The front page has a list of the fields etc to be sold. "The whole Estate...is subject to a Lease made thereof to John Burgess and Ann his Wife...". It is on is on ProPatria watermarked paper.

Burgess

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

961

1856

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A large two page vellum indenture dated 3rd January 1856 relating to a Mill, Steam Engine and Machinery in Salford. It is between George Ashworth of Audenshaw, Ashton-under-Lyne (spinner) and Edwin Mellor, George Mellor, Thomas Walton Mellor, all of Ashton-under-Lyne (spinners & manufacturers). Also mentioned: Wright Turner, Jonathan Brown Statham, Richard Moon Maymon, Thomas Gadd, James hall, Robert Goore Booth 1854: William Jenkinson, James Dewhurst and William McKenna. Has one seal and signature with a revenue stamp on each page. There are witness and received signatures on the reverse. Has been folded.

Ashworth

Mellor

Turner

Statham

Maymon

Gadd

Hall

Booth

Jenkinson

Dewhurst

McKenna

 

962

1862

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1862 signed declaration Gibson, Jones, Everton "We Samuel Thomas Gibson of Liverpool in the County of Lancaster Labourer and Edward Jones of Popular Street Everton near Liverpool aforesaid Labourer do severally solemnly and sincerely declare as follows. And first I the said Samuel Thomas Gibson for myself declare. 1. I am sixty years of age and upwards. 2. I knew and was well acquainted with Ann Gillophy the Mother of Elizabeth the Wife of Richard Bark of Great Crosby near Liverpool aforesaid Surgeon...I went to reside in Poplar Street aforesaid and continued to live there for Eighteen years...in the occupation of a Mr. Sherwood a Mason (since deceased)...subsequently occupied by John Sixsmith late of Liverpool Lincensed Victualler..." "And I the said Edward Jones...am sixty years of age and have occupied the said piece of land for twenty one years and upwards...". The document has a plan of Chalk Farm and has been signed by Samuel Thomas Gibson and Edward Jones. The is one witness signature and two revenue stamps. It is on "T H Saunder 1861" watermarked paper. Has been folded.

Gibson

Jones

Gillophy

Bark

Sherwood

Sixsmith

 

 

 

 

 

 

963

1866

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A five page agreement dated 11th May 1866 between Robert Roberts of Liverpool (builder) and James Capstick of Liverpool (cow keeper) relating to "a piece of land with the Shop and shippon thereon erected situate on the South side of Poplar Street and East side of Rishton Street in Everton...". Also mentioned is Mary Rogerson (widow). Both parties have signed and there is one witness signature. There is also a large 6d revenue stamp. It has two revenue stamps on the front and is on "J Whatman 1865" watermarked paper. Has been folded.

Roberts

Capstick

Rogerson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

964

1880

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A Royal Insurance Company Fire & Life Policy with original envelope dated 10th September 1880: "Peter Shorrick of ??? Height Quarry Over Darwen as Mortgagor, and Kilshaw Denhurst of Pleasington, gentleman, Will Farnworth Druggist, and Letitia Dewhurst of Blackburn Widow, as Morgagees...6 private dwellinghouses, all adjoining brick and slated, situate nos 16 and 17 Hope Street and Nos. 56, 58, 60 and 62 Tockholes Road, Over Darwen ...". The properties are insured for 700.

Shorrick

Denhurst

Farnworth

Dewhurst

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

965

1901

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A 5 page vellum indenture dated 1st November 1901 relating to 10 houses in Tyndale Street, Gibson Street and coverdale Street, Hyde Road, Ardwick, Manchester between Rachel Law of Orchard House, Greetland, near Halifax (spinster) and Thomas Stainton of 4 Euclid Street, Beswick, Manchester (salesman). Other names mentioned: 1874 George Heaton, Joseph Law, and James Law. It has two seals and signatures with two revenue stamps. There is one witness signature.

Law

Stainton

Heaton

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

966

1871

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A Certificate of Discharge dated 16th December 1871 for James Cuthbert (botswain) from the "Rising Sun" after a trip to Quebec. Has been folded. From the image I can make out that the ship was registered in Newcastle. James joined her on 2 September 1871 at Lpool and was discharged 15 December 1871 at Cardiff. I have saved a copy of the image.

Cuthbert

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

967

1907, 1908, 1911

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A 5 page indenture dated 26th April 1911 relating to 33 to 39 Leicester Road, Bootle, Lancashire. It is between Charles Stuart Wilson of Northgate, Blundellsands Road, East Blundallsands (gent), Wiliam Robert Brewster of 30 Merton Road, Bootle (JP) and Bernard Smith of Liverpool (dental surgeon). Earlier indentures are cited with the following names mentioned: 1907 Henry James Blundell, John James Winckle, Mary Jane Winckle, John Thompson Smith 1908 Thomas James Smith the younger and Joseph Walter Smith. Has one seal and signature. There is also a Licence from The Right Hon. Edward George Villiers Earl of Derby to charles Stuart Wilson. It is signed by James John Hornby of Knowsley (gent). Has been folded.

Wilson

Brewster

Smith

Blundell

Winckle

Villiers

Hornby

 

 

 

 

 

968

1884

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ANTIQUE VELLUM WILL Lancashire ANN BENTLEY 1884. guaranteed original - from the reign of QUEEN VICTORIA - 122 YEARS OLD BEING THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF ANN BENTLEY OF WILLOW BANK WHITEGATE LANE BLACKFORD IN THE COUNTY OF LANCASTER. WITH LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION FROM THE DISTRICT REGISTRY AT LANCASTER WITH HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE SEAL. WITH INFORMATION BEQUESTS TO FAMILY AND FRIENDS SIZE 17 INS X 24 INS THIS BEING TWO DOCUMENTS JOINED AT THE SEAL,. ON TWO SHEETS OF FOLDED VELLUM / PARCHMENT IN VERY FINE CONDITION -- PENDANT WAFER SEAL

Bentley

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

969

1876

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ANTIQUE VELLUM Broughton Lancs BUTTERWORTH > DOW 1876 guaranteed original - from the reign of QUEEN VICTORIA - 130 YEARS OLD BEING THE CONVEYANCE OF A PLOT OF LAND FRONTING YEW STREET AND GRECIAN STREET BROUGHTON IN THE COUNTY OF LANCASTER. BETWEEN JAMES BUTTERWORTH OF THE BOWLING GREEN INN MILNROW ROAD ROCHDALE IN THE COUNTY OF LANCASTER INNKEEPER OF THE ONE PART AND FLETCHER ARMSTRONG AND PETER DOW BOTH OF MANCHESTER IN THE COUNTY OF LANCASTER BUILDERS OF THE OTHER PART. SMALL HAND DRAWN SITE PLAN SIZES 29 INS X 26 INS IN VERY FINE CONDITION - WAX SEAL ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMP ON ONE SHEET OF FOLDED VELLUM / PARCHMENT

Butterworth

Armstrong

Dow

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

970

1819

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ANTIQUE VELLUM DEED Denton Lancs LEES WORTHINGTON 1819 - guaranteed original - from the reign of KING GEORGE III - 187 YEARS OLD BEING THE APPOINTMENT AND RELEASE OF A MESSUAGE AND TENEMENT SITUATE IN DENTON IN THE COUNTY OF LANCASHIRE WITH CLOSES AND FIELDS AND THREE COTTAGES - WITH FIELD NAMES AND OCCUPANTS NAMES. BETWEEN JOHN LEES OF DENTON IN THE PARISH OF MANCHESTER IN THE COUNTY OF LANCASTER YEOMAN OF THE ONE PART AND HUGO WORTHINGTON OF ALTRINCHAM IN THE COUNTY OF CHESTER OF THE OTHER PART. SIZES 29 INS X 26 INS - IN VERY FINE TO CONDITION - ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMPS -ON TWO SHEETS OF FOLDED PARCHMENT / VELLUM - WAX SEALS

Lees

Worthington

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

971

1869

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A large two page vellum indenture with plan dated 23rd July 1869 relating to property in Blackley, Lancashire. It is between James Kenyon of Rochdale Road, Manchester (painter) and Joseph Allen Pattreiouex of Rochdale Road, Manchester (tobacconist, who was married to his present wife on 18/5/1862 at the Cathedral Church in Manchester). Other names mentioned: Sir James Walker Baronet, Francis Rutter, Jabez Spencer and Thomas Rosser. It has two seals and signatures, witness and received signatures on the reverse and two revenue stamps. Has been folded.

Kenyon

Pattreiouex

Walker

Rutter

Spencer

Rosser

 

 

 

 

 

 

972

1839-1879

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A large two page vellum indenture dated 11th March 1879 relating to property in Moor Street, Rusholme, Lancashire. It is between Thomas Borroughs of Rusholme (shopkeeper), Thomas John Fenwick of Hexham on Tyne, Northumberland (dyer), William Mack of Bristol (publisher) and Alexander Boyd of Cheadle Hulme (gent.). Earlier indentures are cited with the following names mentioned: 1839 Thomas Carill Worsley, Charles Carill Worsley, John Shelmerdine, Thomas Carill Worsley 1850 Richard Aspden, Martha Kay, William Britton, Lydia Cash, Mr. J. Billington. It has four seals, two signatures, witness and received signatures on the reverse and a revenue stamp. There is a further indenture dated 1st February 1881 on the reverse of one page which is between Thomas John Fenwick, William Mack and Alexander Boyd. This has three seals and signatures with three witness signatures and two revenue stamps. Has been folded.

Borroughs

Fenwick

Mack

Boyd

Worsley

Shelmerdine

Aspden

Kay

Britton

Cash

Billington

 

973

1887

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A large vellum indenture dated 25th October 1887 relating to property in Withington, Lancashire. It is between John Moore of Didsbury (builder), William Grimble Groves and Arthur William Whitnall of Groves & Whitnall (brewers of Salford). An indenture of 1880 is cited with The Right Honorable William Tatton Baron Egerton of Tatton mentioned. Has three seals and signatures, witness signatures on the reverse and two revenue stamps. Has been folded.

Moore

Groves

Whitnall

Tatton

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

974

1849

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An invoice dated 1849 from Thomas Sowler of 4 St. Ann's Square, Manchester addressed to Messrs. Simpson & Sons, Solicitors, Malton for advertisements for the "Sale of Melbourne Hall...". Has been folded.

Sowler

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

975

1865

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Copy probate for Frederick Henshaw of 81 St. Domingo Road, Everton, Liverpool (gent.) who died on 10th September 1865. Probate was given to Jane Mills Henshaw of 47 Seymour Street, Liverpool (relict). Has been folded. It is on "Monckton 1880" watermarked paper. Has an embossed revenue stamp.

Henshaw

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

976

1867

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very good condition antique document which looks like it is handwritten on vellum describing a sale of land in BROUGHTON in the County of Lncashire and is dated 12th August 1867. The sale was bwetween a Mr Robert BRIDGEFORD and a John Barlow MASON. The conveyance of the land in Broughton on the Bury Old Road - there is also a small site plan. This is large document and in a very good condition probably about 27 inch x26 inch, there is a wax seal on this item and has been folded

Bridgeford

Mason

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

977

1608

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NEWTON: An obligation Bond relating to lands in Newton, Lancashire, between James Heaton of Newton, Yeoman and John Bland of Newton, Yeoman. Dated 5 May 1608 in the 6th year of the reign of King James I Property: Lands in Overmoor in the parish of Newton. Medium: Manuscript in Latin and English on paper. Condition: Extensive cockling, rubbed text and toning making some sections difficult to read. Characteristics: Signatures. Document Size (Approx.): 11 by 32 cm

Heaton

Bland

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

978

1782

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ANTIQUE VELLUM DEED Lancashire ROTHWELL > HASLAM 1782. FROM THE REIGN OF GEORGE III BEING 224 YEARS OLD BEING A TITLE DEED OF LEASE FOR PLOT OF LAND FOR BUILDING UPON CALLED COAT MEADOWIN TURTON IN THE PARISH OF BOLTON IN THE COUNTY OF LANCASTER. BETWEEN THE REVEREND RICHARD ROTHWELL RECTOR OF THE PARISH AND PARISH CHURCH OF SEPHTON IN THE COUNTY OF LANCASTER OF THE ONE PART AND JOHN HASSLAM OF TURTON DOCUMENT - ON ONE SHEET OF FOLDED VELLUM / PARCHMENT. SIZE 28 INS X 24 INS.

Rothwell

Hasslam

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

979

1846

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1846 Massive Indenture + 12 documents, 55 red wax seals

 

80+ signatures 8 vellum sheets 14 duty stamps + silver pieces and 24 pages on paper with additional 5 seals.

 

An 1846 Trust Deed by Colonel Thomas Richmond Gale Braddyll of Lancaster, for the benefit of his creditors. Numerous persons are mentioned, which includes Thomas Henry Sutton Sotheron, MP Member of Parliament with his signature at the foot of the document. The property that is involved is in several parishes in Lancaster including Ulverstone, Urswick, Osrnotherly, Samlybury, or Samlensbury and in the counties of Durham, Cumberland and Westmoreland.

 

On 8 sheets of vellum each measuring 2 feet 2 and 1/2 inches by 1 foot 10 inches. All the vellum is in very good condition except the back page which is slightly worn. In beautiful handwritten script throughout the words are easy to read. There are at least 55 red wax seals on the front page with more than 60 signatures. There are a total of 14 duty stamps each with a piece of silver attached, 12 x one pound five shillings stamps and 2 x one pound 15 shillings stamps. There are 8 ink stamps with LONDON a crown and the date marked on them. In addition to the large vellum document there are 12 more documents attached with a further 5 seals and many more signatures. The documents also have one ink stamp each with various place names such as Lancaster, Durham and Westmoreland making a total of 12 stamps and a grand total of 20 ink stamps when including the ones on the main document. There are also a total of 12 impressed stamps, 11 x one pound ten shillings and 1 x one pound fifteen shillings. There are also 24 watermarks including ornate ones and dates of 1848 or 1852. There are also 19 additional seals 6 of which are red wax seals and one pink wax seal.

 

Making a grand total at least 62 wax seals out of a grand total of 74 seals, 80+ signatures including the signature of a Member of Parliament, 20 ink stamps, 14 duty stamps, 8 large sheets of vellum with handwritten script, 12 documents made up of 24 pages of paper with 24 watermarks and 12 impressed stamps

 

Braddyll

Sotheron

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

980

1798

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3 pages. "Particular Of the freehold Estate situate in the Townships of Rusholme Levenshulme and Burnage in the County of Lancaster advertised to be sold by Auction by Order of the Assignees of Messrs. Mellor and Pratt Bankrupts at the Bridgewater Arms in Manchester in the said County of Lancaster on Tuesday the 24th day of July 1798. The front page has a list of the fields etc to be sold. "The whole Estate...is subject to a Lease made thereof to John Burgess and Ann his Wife...". It is on is on ProPatria watermarked paper.

Mellor

Pratt

Burgess

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

981

1859

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A large vellum indenture dated 12th August 1859 relating to property in Catherine Street, Manchester. It is between William Jepson of Heaton Norris (yeoman), John Hill of Manchester (machine maker) and John Eaton of Crewe (flour dealer). It has three seals, two signatures, one revenue stamp and witness and received signatures on the reverse. Has been folded.

Jepson

Hill

Eaton

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

982

1893

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A vellum document listing details of properties in High Melton, Yorkshire. "Absolute Order No. 361 under the Seal of the Board Agriculture dated the Third day of May One thousand eight hundred and ninety three Whereby the said Board in pursuance of the powers vested in them by "The Board of Agriculture Act 1889" "The Improvement of Land Act 1863" and the "Settled Land Act 1882" did by the memoralizing Absolute Order change the inheritance or fee of the Lands mentioned in the Schedule thereto with the payment to George Byron Cooke Yarborough of Annssmount in the County of York Esquire and Charles Henry Morton of the City of Liverpool...". The Schedules lists properties in High Melton and Cadeby with the names of the owners and the occupiers, etc. Has one signature and a revenue stamp. Has been folded.

Yarborough

Morton

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

983

1898

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A four page vellum indenture dated 27th August 1898 relating to property in Poulton le Fylde between John Clarke of Out Rawcliffe, Lancs. (farmer), Joseph Clarke of Copthorn Farm, Pilling (farmer), Thomas Clarke of 3 Duncan Street, Islington, Middx. (solicitor), James Parke Dobson of Poulton le Fylde (joiner), Thomas Bailey Sykes of 13 Huskisson Street, Liverpool (wine & spirit merchant), William Harold Harrison Sykes of 9 Cruzon Park, Chester (wine & spirit merchant) and Ellen Porter Sykes of Buck House, Poulton-le-Fylde (spinster). Earlier indentures are cited with the following names mentioned: 1892 John Gardner Sykes (died 1897), Robert Baron (died 1893), William Parkinson, Richard Bailey 1884 Richard Bilsborrow and James Dobson. Has four seals and signatures, four witness signatures and three revenue stamps. Has been folded.

Clarke

Dobson

Sykes

Baron

Parkinson

Bailey

Bilsborrow

 

 

 

 

 

984

1917

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A 7 page vellum indenture dated 12th December 1917 between Robert James Irving of Southport, Lancs. (Bachelor of Medicine), Thomas Slack Strong of Carlisle (solicitor) and John Edward Vipond of Ettesby Street, Stanwix, Carlisle (solicitor's clerk). It relates to the transferring of shares in the Associated Tea Estates of Ceylon Ltd. Other names mentioned: Nurse Florence Emily Vale Tebbutt c/o The London & South western bank, 275 Brixton Road, London, SW and Robert Bryan Tebbutt (son of Florence). It has five nice seals and eight signatures (including witnesses). There are two revenue stamps. Has been folded.

Irving

Strong

Vipond

Tebbutt

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

985

1931

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An Acknowledgement dated 24th September 1931 addressed to Thomas Broadbent Mangnall of 5 Derbe Road, St. Annes-on-Sea signed by Hannah Broadbent Broadbent, wife of Basil broadbent of "Fairfield" Healton Bolton, Lancs. (chartered accountant). Names mentioned: 1859 Joseph Stanfield Grimshaw, William Woller and John Grimshaw 1894 George Henry Grimshaw and Thomas Turner Broadbent. Has a revenuue stamp.

Mangnall

Broadbent

Grimshaw

Woller

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

986

1819

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A three page attested copy (1823) of an Indenture dated 10th August 1819. Names mentioned: Edward Jeremiah Lloyd of Manchester (esq.), thomas Hewitt and Joseph clark of Marnchester (gents.), Joseph Morton of manchester (public accountant), William Rathbone of Manchester (bankrupt Letter-press printer dealer & chapman), Citizen Howarth Cowdroy (partner), John Sherratt of Salford (iron founder) and Thomas Leeming of Salford (machine maker). It is on "C R Munn 1822" watermarked paper. Has been folded.

Lloyd

Hewitt

Clark

Morton

Rathbone

Cowdroy

Sherratt

Leeming

 

 

 

 

987

1841-1842

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Township of Didsbury Highway Levy From the 25th of March 1841, to the 25th March, 1842. Mr. Jno Rudd. Has been folded and has figures written on the reverse.

Rudd

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

988

1781

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ANTIQUE VELLUM PARCHMENT MANUSCRIPT INDENTURE DEED Lancashire ROTHWELL > HOLT 1781. FROM THE REIGN OF GEORGE III BEING 225 YEARS OLD BEING A TITLE DEED OF LEASE FOR PLOT OF LAND FOR BUILDING UPON CALLED MARLED EARTH FIELD IN TURTON IN THE PARISH OF BOLTON IN THE COUNTY OF LANCASTER. BETWEEN THE REVEREND RICHARD ROTHWELL RECTOR OF THE PARISH AND PARISH CHURCH OF SEPHTON IN THE COUNTY OF LANCASTER OF THE ONE PART AND JAMES HOLT OF TURTON DOCUMENT - ON ONE SHEET OF FOLDED VELLUM / PARCHMENT. SIZE 28 INS X 24 INS.

Rothwell

Holt

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

989

1835

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INDENTURE 11th of May 1835 Mr James Crewe and Another to Samuel Medder and Escott Richard. Release of fifteen Mefsuages or dwellinghouses and premises situate on the south side of present Street, in WestDerby. On two large pages size 30 inchs by 23 inches. The Indenture and Same pages. Has two red wax seal, 3 stamps, 1 , 6 and 12 blue gold stamps. 3 stamps, with 28 G 4 R stamp. About 10 or so signatures.

Crewe

Medder

Richard

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

990

1812

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1812 15 large pages of hand-written 'ATTESTED COPIES of LEASE and RELEASE of DWELLINGHOUSE, WAREHOUSES and CHIEF RENTS' in various streets in MANCHESTER - OLIVER & RICHARD ORMROD to JOHN SMITH. Each page double foolscap size, clean and fine, folded in four and all linked with ribbon at one corner.

Ormrod

Smith

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

991

1816

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Vellum Indenture - 1816 Deed - Crompton, Nr Oldham, Lancashire A single sheet vellum Indenture measuring 80 cm x 64 cm approx being a Mortgage of a messuage or dwellinghouse land and premises called Pastures described as being "in Crompton in the parish of Prestwich, Lancashire" (which I understand from a very kind e-bayer is actually on the outskirts of Oldham) for 200 dated 30 September 1816. Parties: Moses BANNISTER of Rochdale; James CLEGG of High Crompton Other names mentioned include: Thomas Lister Esq, Elizabeth Taylor, Jonathan Taylor the elder, Jonathan Taylor the younger, Sarah Taylor, Ann Townley Document signed by: James Clegg Witnesses: Richard Hunt, Francis Steele Condition: Browned with age, otherwise quite good

Bannister

Clegg

Lister

Taylor

Townley

Hunt

Steele

 

 

 

 

 

992

1888

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26th July 1888 Indenture - Assignment of two messuages or dwellinghouses No 15 & 17 Sidney Street, Bootle in the County of Lancaster, from Mr J P Roberts & another to Mrs Eliza Dunt.

Roberts

Dunt

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

993

1781

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ANTIQUE DOCUMENT Turton Lancashire HOLT > TOPPING 1781. LANCASHIRE LOCAL INTEREST AND TOPPING FAMILY BEING THE LEASE OF A PIECE OF GROUND LYING AND BEING AT TURTON CALLED MARLED EARTH CLOSE. BETWEEN JAMES HOLT OF TURTON IN THE PARISH OF BOLTON IN THE COUNTY OF LANCASTER OF THE ONE PART AND JOHN TOPPING OF TURTON OF THE OTHER PART IN VERY FINE CONDITION SLIGHT WEAR TO FOLDS ON ONE SHEET OF PAPER 20 INS X 15 INS IMPRESSED REVENUE WAX SEALS

Holt

Topping

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

994

1792-1818

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ANTIQUE WILL DOCUMENT Thomas Halliwell of Halliwell Lancashire 1792 - this being the probate copy of 1818. Lancashire LOCAL INTEREST AND HALLIWELL FAMILY BEING THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF THOMAS HALLIWELL OF HALLIWELL IN THE PARISH OF DEAN IN THE COUNTY OF LANCASTER HUSBANDMAN REFERENCE TO THE ESTATE OF COCKS GREEN AND BEQUESTS TO FAMILY ETC. IN VERY FINE CONDITION ON ONE SHEET OF FOLDED PAPER 16 INS X 13 INS WITH MANUFACTURERS WATERMARK OF HENRY SALMON DATED 1814

Halliwell

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

995

1823

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ANTIQUE VELLUM DOCUMENT Bolton Lancashire THORNTON 1823. LANCASHIRE LOCAL INTEREST AND THORNTON FAMILY BEING THE THE PROBATE LETTER OF ADMINISTRATION FROM THE COURT OF THE BISHOP OF CHESTER TO MARGARET THORNTON WIDOW OF SAMUEL THORNTON LATE OF TURTON IN THE PARISH OF BOLTON-LE-MOOR IN THE COUNTY OF LANCASTER. IN VERY FINE CONDITION ON ONE SHEET OF VELLUM WITH PENDANT SEAL BEING MANUSCRIPT AND PRINTED ~ SIZE 12 INS X 8 INS PLUS SEAL WITH TWO ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMPS

Thornton

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

996

1869

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10th November 1869 Indenture convegance of freehold hereditament situate in Prescot Street Liverpool. Archibald Keightley of the charter house in the county of middlesex gentleman and Henry Stubbs of Liverpool in the county of Lancaster doctor of medicine... to Issac William Robinson. Blue Seven Pounds and Ten Shilling Stamp, Blue Five Shilling Stamp, 3 red wax seals next to signatures. Various witness signautres. Indenture is a 8 page booklet.

Keightley

Stubbs

Robinson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

997

1863

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Vellum Indenture - 1863 Deed - Crompton, Nr Oldham, Lancashire A single sheet vellum Indenture measuring 77 cm x 59 cm approx A Conveyance of a messuage or tenement and lands called The Pitts in the township of Crompton Lancashire dated 20 July 1863. The document also includes some information relating to the Wills of Edmund Turner, yeoman, of Rochdale and Abraham Turner his grandson Parties: Theresa SHEIL, widow, of Liverpool; Margaret TURNER, widow, of Everton; Joseph MILNE Esquire of Burnedge in the township of Castleton, Lancashire Other names mentioned include: James Sheil, Abraham Turner, Edmund Turner Document signed by: Teresa Sheil, X the mark of Margaret Turner Witnesses: John Yates, Solicitor of Liverpool Condition: Good

Turner

Sheil

Milne

Yates

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

998

1800

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Vellum Indenture - 1800 Deed - Highcrompton, Lancashire A single sheet vellum Indenture measuring 82.5 cm x 62.5 cm approx A Feoffment of premises at Highcrompton, Nr Oldham, Lancashire dated 2 September 1800. The property consists of an "Ancient Barn" called the Butchers Barn and a garden called Nield Garden. Parties: John TRAVIS, yeoman, of Oldham in the parish of Prestwich, Lancashire to Samuel MILNE, yeoman, of Highcrompton, Lancashire Other names mentioned include: Joseph Travis (father of John Travis), Edmund Cheetham Document signed by: John Travis, Edmund Cheetham Witnesses: John Harrison, Joshua Milne Condition: A little browning otherwise good

Travis

Milne

Cheetham

Harrison

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

999

1754

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Vellum Indenture - 1754 Deed - Botton, Nr Wray Lancashire A single sheet vellum Indenture measuring 63.5 cm x 38 cm approx A Customary Deed of two messuages and a number of named pieces of land at Greenbank in Botton within the Manor of Hornby, Lancashire for 600 Parties: John WALKER, yeoman, of Greenbank in Botton, Lancashire to Jiles THORNBER, yeoman, of Greenbank in Botton Document signed by: John Walker Witnesses: Ja: Wemyss, Christopher Skimory?, John Thornber Condition: The document appears to have suffered from damp on one of the folds at some time in it's history, but apart from that it is quite good considering the age

Walker

Thornber

Wemyss

Skimory

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1000

1740

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Vellum Indenture - 1740 Deed - Greenalgh, Lancashire A single sheet vellum Indenture measuring 79 cm x 46.5 cm approx An Assignment of a mortgage term of a messuage or tenement and land at Greenalgh in trust for Thomas Garlick the purchaser and to attend the inheritance dated 30 December 1740 Parties: James PILKINGTON, yeoman, of Treales, Lancashire; Richard MARTIN, yeoman, of Greenalgh with Thistleton, Lancashire; Thomas GARLICK, yeoman, of Greenalgh with Thistleton; William GARLICK, yeoman, of Greenalgh with Thistleton Document signed by: James Pilkington, Richard Martin, Thomas Garlick Witnesses: Jeo Aishler?, John Marsh Condition: Browned and a little stained, but really in quite good condition consider the vast age of the document

Garlick

Pilkington

Martin

Aishler

Marsh

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1001

1864

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1864 large indenture Lancaster, 3 sheets 5 red seals An indenture concerning the release of the Right Honourable Thomas Henry Sutton Sotheron Estcourt Member of Parliament, Charles Watson Townley and the Reverand William Gale from the children of the Late Colonel Braddyll. On 3 sheets of vellum each measuring 2 feet 3 inches by 1 foot 10 inches, the vellum is excellent condition. There is nice calligraphy around the words This Indenture. At the foot of the document there are 5 red wax seals each with a signature with a further 5 signatures on the reverse. There are also a total of 3 blue duty stamps, 2 x ten shillings stamps and a one pound and fifteen shillings stamp each with a piece of silver attached. Also on the document are 3 ink stamps with a crown and marked LONDON.

Estcourt

Townley

Gale

Braddyll