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101

1758

Dominic Winter 1 Oct 2003

297

Donington. Vellum indenture in English, 28th November 1758, writ of entry by Thomas Brown against Robert Kelsham for five messuages, fifteen acres of land, five acres of meadow, ten acres of pasture, etc., together with two further contemp. but unrelated vellum indentures in Latin concerning English land disputes, all with portraits of King George II in initial letters and decorative top borders, one with decorative border to left margin, all with later crude hand-colouring, some general soiling and wear, approx. 70 x 85 cm and similar sizes

Brown

Kelsham

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

102

1855

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Good indenture James Sharp of Glamsford Briggs Lincolnshire to William Rowbottom painter, glazier and paperhanger, seven years 1855 to 1861, usual onerous restrictions must be available night and day, no drinking, gaming, frequenting of playhouses, fornication or marriage, carries blue seal of Victoria and 3 small red wax seals to good signatures, size approx 14 x 10 inches. Condition few marks but overall very good. Signed by James Sharp, William Sharp and William Rowbottom.

Sharp

Rowbottom

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

103

1804

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Handwritten English vellum indenture dated 1804 during the reign of George III being the conveyance of the Manor and Lordship of Rand in Wraggoe in the County of Lincoln consisting of 923-acres of land and buidlings. The holdings are contained on the second leaf of the deed in a detailed schedule. The indenture is between Harrington Hudson of York, an esquire, of the one part; and James Hall of Middlesex, Gentleman, of the second part. Nicely penned with fancy printed vignette with Stationers mark, three blue revenue stamps with inserts, tax stamps, and red wax seal on green cloth tag. Measures 28 x 25". Very Good condition, interesting piece !

Hudson

Hall

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

104

1786

Lesley Aitchison Website

 

Orby MORTGAGE of the Manor of Orby and cottages and lands in Orby, Ingolwell, Hoggesthorpe, etc., John Griffin Lord Howard Baron de Walden and Katherine Lady Howard and others to Samuel Prime of Twickenham. 6 large vellum sheets, some dustmarking, wax seals. 1786. 20.00 Names occupiers.

Griffin

Howard

Prime

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

105

1766

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Vellum Copy Manorial Court Roll - Barrow, Lincolnshire, England - 1766 MANOR COURT BARON DOCUMENT WHERE SAMUEL ARNOLD AND THOMAS NEWTON COPYHOLD TENANTS SURRENDED TO THE LORD ONE TOFT OR PIECE OF GROUND WHEREON A MESSUAGE OR TENEMENT CALLED FULLERS MESSUAGE LATELY STOOD BUT WAS DEMOLISHED LYING AND BEING IN BARROW, TO THE USE OF WILLIAM JACKSON AT A COURT BARON BEFORE JOHN BENNETT, DEPUTY STEWARD TO THE LORD OF THE MANOR, HELD THE 21ST DAY OF MAY 1766. Includes an interesting covenent relating to maintenance of the flood defences "to repel the violence and incursion of Humber" by an order of the Lords of the Treasury of England. View 1890 OS map of area. Handwritten in English on vellum. Two shilling and threepence revenue stamp and tax stamp. 33 by 44 cm. Very good condition.

Arnold

Newton

Jackson

Bennett

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

106

1766

Bloomsbury 6 Nov 2003

109

Indenture quinquepartite agreement between Elizabeth Hudson, Thomas Wilson, Thomas Strangways and others of the manor and lordship of Rand, manuscript on vellum, 5 sheets, ruled in red, folds, 385 x 755mm., 3rd June 1766; and 12 others, indentures relating to Rand and the Strangways family in Lincolnshire, v.s., v.d. [eighteenth century] (13).

Hudson

Wilson

Strangways

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

107

1775

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MANOR COURT BARON DOCUMENT WHERE MATHEW PORTINTON AND MARY HIS WIFE COPYHOLD TENANTS SURRENDED TO THE LORD ONE TOFT OR PIECE OF GROUND WHEREON A MESSUAGE OR TENEMENT CALLED FULLERS MESSUAGE LATELY STOOD BUT WAS DEMOLISHED LYING AND BEING IN BARROW, TO THE USE OF JOHN HARDYAT A COURT BARON BEFORE JOHN BENNETT, DEPUTY STEWARD TO THE LORD OF THE MANOR, HELD THE 9TH DAY OF AUGUST 1775. Includes an interesting covenent relating to maintenance of the flood defences "to repel the violence and incursion of Humber" by an order of the Lords of the Treasury of England. View 1890 OS map of area. Handwritten in English on vellum. Two shilling and threepence revenue stamp and tax stamp. 36 by 26 cm. Very good condition.

Portinton

Hardy

Bennett

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

108

1648

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Old vellum Indenture of lease clearly dated 1648 between HENRY CLARKE of LOCKTON in the COUNTY OF YORK, Yeoman and WILIAM CLARKE son of said Henry Clarke..... and CHARLES MELHAM of BULLINGTON in LINCOLNSHIRE.....one messuage in LOCKTON between the tenements of JOHN DAWE and WILLIAM LOTHRINGTON. The ink a little faded generally and a bit difficult to read on some of the folds areas but generally fine and clear for age. There cannot have been many property transactions taking place during the ENGLISH CIVIL WAR PERIOD, a small strip of vellum attached at base but no seal remains.

Clarke

Melham

Dawe

Lothrington

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

109

1860

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Offered is this one page vellum document dated 27 January 1860. It is between Jemima Roberts and Grasley Hunter. It deals with the mortgage of a Public House called The Royal Oak yards, gardens, barns, stables, outbuildings and 4 acres of land in Heckington in the County of Lincoln. It retains the revenue stamps and wax seal with signature of Jemima Roberts. A clean and well written document.

Roberts

Hunter

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

110

1903

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Offered is this one page vellum document dated 22 January 1903 and detailed coloured plan. It measures 23.75 inches long by 27.5 inches wide. It is between Richard Wright Millington, Oswald Giles and John William Edwards. It deals with the conveyance of messuage or dwelling house, dram shop, office, wine spirit and beer stores, cellars, stabling and other premises situated in South gate, New Sleaford in the County of Lincoln. The plan of the property concerned is very detailed and in colour.It retains its revenue stamps and has two wax seals with the signatures of Richard Millington and Oswald Giles. It is clean and well written.

Millington

Giles

Edwards

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

111

1885

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Here is a parchment Indenture dated 27th June 1885 being in respect of a Conveyance of property in Lewis Street, Gainsborough, in the County of Lincoln. The contract is between John Reynolds Fox, Builder; and Joseph Whiteley, Stonemason. This nicely handwritten document runs to four pages, bears two original wax seals. and has one revenue stamp for three pounds ten shillings. In excellent condition.

Fox

Whiteley

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

112

1774

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Manor court baron document for Barrow in Lincolnshire relating to the sale of various copyhold lands in Barrow Between: Thomas Sharpe of Barrow Esther Sharpe of Barrow Wife of Thomas Percival Toale of Immingham, Gentleman Dated 30 November 1774 in the 15th year of the reign of George III Property: 5 acres of arable land lying in several quarters of Barrow that is to say in Stone Pitt quarter, Beck lane quarter, in Water Mill quarter, in Tarry Garth quarter and in the East Hann. Other names mentioned include: Robert Sharpe of Barrow; Mr Scott of Barrow; William Watson; Sir John Nolthorpe of Barrow, Baronet; Includes an interesting covenent relating to maintenance of the flood defences "to repel the violence and incursion of Humber" by an order of the Lords of the Treasury of England. View 1890 OS map of area. Handwritten in English on vellum. Two shilling and threepence revenue stamp and tax stamp. Very good condition.

Sharpe

Toale

Scott

Watson

Nolthorpe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

113

1848

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Here is an ornate Indenture on parchment dated 19th October 1848, being a Conveyance of property situate in Kirton In Lindsay, Lincoln. The contract is between James Rowley, Mason; Joseph Cobb, Labourer; Thomas Fowler, Gentleman; and Redshaw Spring, Bookseller. This beautifully handwritten document opens out to approx 30" x 24", bears four wax seals and two revenue stamps, and is in excellent condition. The top edge of the Indenture is scalloped.

Rowley

Cobb

Fowler

Spring

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

114

1903

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1903 APPRENTICE INDENTURE for a BRICKLAYER and PLASTERER NO RESERVE This is a part-printed apprentice indenture with manuscript insertions on stiff paper made on the 19th March 1903 stating that George Marrison, son of Thomas Marrison, farm foreman of Grayingham in the county of Lincoln, with the consent of his father puts himself apprentice to Thomas Frederick Charles of Waddingham in the county of Lincoln, a Bricklayer and Plasterer, for a period of five years. By this date the apprentice was no longer bound to abstain from fornication, adultery and matrimony but merely required faithfully to serve his Master, keep his secrets and so on. In exchange, Thomas Charles will teach him "the Art trade or business of a Bricklayer and Plasterer" and will provide "sufficient Meat Drink and Lodging" and will pay him two shillings per calender month for pocket money. There are three red wax seals on green cloth tags by the signatures and there is an excellent impressed red revenue stamp for two shillings and sixpence. Size. The document is approx. 15" wide x 10" high. Condition. Slight curling at bottom edge but otherwise in excellent condition with the usual folding creases.

Marrison

Charles

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

115

1765

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1765 APPRENTICE INDENTURE JOHN WRAY LINCOLN NO RESERVE A mainly printed indenture on paper with handwritten inserts made 15th October 1765 in the reign of George III wherein the Wardens and Overseers of the Poor of the township of Glamford Briggs in the county of Lincoln place John Wray "a poor Child of the said Township..." as apprentice to John Wray, his father who is a Cordwainer. He is "to dwell and serve from the day of the date of these presents until the said Apprentice shall accomplish the full end and Term of Seven Years." Unusually for an apprentice indenture, it is not stated what trade the apprentice is to learn. At the right of the document are 5 small red wax seals with signatures of the Warden and Overseers and 2 crosses where father and son Wray have put their marks, being illiterate. There is a small impressed Revenue stamp for 6 pence and a printed paper duty stamp for "a Penny a Pair". Nice, very early indenture, excellent for framing. Size. The document is approx. 13" wide x 8.5" high. Condition. There is a 3-inch crack along one fold of paper just above the signatures and some dustmarking on the reverse but otherwise in good condition with the usual folding creases.

Wray

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

116

1828

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1828 APPRENTICE INDENTURE FOR Linen and WOOLLEN DRAPER NO RESERVE This is a part-printed apprentice indenture with manuscript insertions on stiff paper made on the 18th January 1828 stating that William Rowbotham, late of Rand but now of the City of Lincoln, son of Thomas Rowbotham of Rand in the county of Lincoln, with the consent of his father puts himself apprentice to John Dixon of Lincoln, a Linen and Woollen Draper, for a period of seven years. He is, as usual, bound to behave himself, "he shall not commit Fornication nor contract Matrimony ........ Taverns, Inns, Alehouses or Playhouses he shall not haunt ....at Cards, Dice, Tables .... he shall not play ...." and, in exchange, and for the sum of 21 paid to him, John Dixon will teach him "the Art of a Linen and Woollen Draper" and will provide "sufficient meat drink board and lodging". There were three red seals by the signatures but they are now missing and there is an impressed revenue stamp and paper duty stamp. Size. The document is approx. 16" wide x 13" high. Condition. In poor condition with several cracks and tears along fold lines and at edges. Also with the usual folding creases.

Rowbotham

Dixon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

117

1758

Dominic Winter 10 Dec 2003

418

A most attractive vellum manuscript Recovery document dated Hillary Term 1758, fine large Portrait of the King in initial letter, together with highly decorated top and side borders, in attractive calligraphy the document relates to Thomas Bradgate's claim against William French for the Manors of Thimbleby and Woodhall, in Lincolnshire with all appurtenances, together with twenty-five messuages, one dovehouse, five hundred acres of land, one hundred acres of meadow, four hundred acres of pasture, three hundred acres of wood, one hundred acres of furze and heath, and common pasture for all cattle, retaining a near perfect large Royal wax seal

Bradgate

French

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

118

1753

abebooks

 

Indenture 8.11.1753. Purchase of lands in Langtoft, market Deeping (Markett as it was then spelt); dated 8/11/1753;Beautiful Brown hand writing on cream Vellum; large - with crease folds; between Robert Beaver(Deeping), William Burk(e) - of james deeping (presumably now Deeping St James)and Elizabeth Beaver (Bourne?) - each of these 3 have a red waxed seal at bottom of document; also Mr Noah Curtis (Stamford); also mentions william gibs; blue seal present as well; very attractive - Vg

Beaver

Burke

Curtis

Gibs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

119

1869

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VELLUM INDENTURE RECORDING THE RECONVEYANCE OF A PROPERTY CALLED DRYFFRYNDULAS IN THE PARISH OF LLANDULAS, COUNTY OF DENBIGH BETWEEN ROBERT HINDLEY, ESQUIRE, OF EDLINGTON RECTORY, LINCOLN, GENTLEMAN, MRS FANNY HUMPHREYS OF OSWESTRY, WIDOW, AND MRS HARRIETT BECKETT OF DRYFFRYNDULAS, WIDOW. DATED 9TH AUGUST 1869 Very good condition 5 page vellum written in English.

Hindley

Humphreys

Beckett

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

120

1847

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An attractive and interesting Letter of Administration dated 11th November 1847 during the reign of Queen Victoria. Pertaining to Richard Wood late of Ashby in the Parish of Bottesford in the County and Diocese of Lincoln Innkeeper and Butcher deceased. Other names mentioned: Harriet Wood. Single pendant wafer seal in excellent condition, two embossed revenue stamps with lead escutcheons sealed on reverse with Queen Victoria revenue stamp. A very clean document bearing the usual storage folds. All text fully legible for transcription. Sheet dimensions approx: 9 x 11.

Wood

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

121

1900

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Indenture made on 13th October 1900 between Mortagees (Frederick Merryweather Burton, Edmund Bacon Hutton and Sir Hickman Beckett Bacon) and a Manchester butcher, Henry Dodds and a Lancaster gentleman Herbert Whitely. The indenture witnesses the sale of a farmhouse cottage, buildings and parcels of arable land on an estate in the parish of Eastville in the county of Lincoln for 3,150. The three wax seals of the mortagees conclude the document which has two embossed official registration stamps on the first page. Document written in old script style on lined waxy paper. Four broadsheet size pages. Folded size 10.5 ins by 4 ins.

Burton

Hutton

Bacon

Dodds

Whitely

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

122

1782

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1782 ANTIQUE DOCUMENT LINCOLN KESTEVEN AVELAND FROM THE REIGN OF GEORGE III -.RARE ITEM FROM THE CASUALTY DEPARTMENT SOLD AS DAMAGED LOW START PRICE AND NO RESERVE A TRUE DUPLICATE OF THE SUMS ASSESSED AND RAISED IN THE HUNDRED OF AVELAND IN THE SAID PARTS AND COUNTY BY VIRTYE OF AN ACT OF PARLIAMENT MADE IN THE TWENTY SECOND YEAR OF THE REIGN OF LORD KING GEORGE THE THIRD FOR LAND TAX. A LIST OF NAMES OF TOWNS - THE DUTY PAID AND THE NAME OF THE ASSESSOR RARE ITEM IN FAIR CONDITION - STORAGE DAMAGE BUT BUT JUST ABOUT COMPLETE - THREE RED WAX SEALS - GUARANTEED ORIGINAL - - OF INTEREST TO SOCIAL HISTORIANS, COLLECTORS OF LEGAL DOCUMENTS AND GENEALOGY ON ONE SHEET OF FOLDED VELLUM - SIZE 10 INCHES BY 12 INCHES

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

123

1899

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Here is a parchment/vellum Indenture dated 28th February 1899 being a Conveyance of land situate Kirkstead Road, Woodhall Spa, Lincoln. The contract is between Richard Challands, Lace Manufacturer of Nottingham; Walter Owen Hickson, Architect of Nottingham; and Harriet Hartley wife of Joseph Hartley, Packing Case Maker of Bradford. This beautifully handwritten document measures 15" x 10", runs to four pages, the first page of which is scalloped, contains a separate full page plan of the property, and bears three original wax seals and one revenue stamp. It is in excellent condition.

Challands

Hickson

Hartley

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

124

1885

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Here is a parchment Indenture dated 29th June 1885 being a Mortgage of property situate Lewis Street, Gainsborough, Lincoln. The contract is between Joseph Whiteley, Stonemason of Gainsborough, and Mary Hill, Widow from Kirton in Lindsey. There is a second Indenture on the document being a Reconveyance between the same two parties. This beautifully handwritten document measures 16" x 10" and runs to four pages. It bears three original wax seals and four revenue stamps. In folded, but very good condition.

Whiteley

Hill

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

125

1779

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MANOR COURT BARON DOCUMENT WHERE JOHN HARDY COPYHOLD TENANT NOW DECEASED SURRENDED TO THE LORD ONE TOFT OR PIECE OF GROUND WHEREON A MESSUAGE OR TENEMENT CALLED FULLERS MESSUAGE LATELY STOOD BUT WAS DEMOLISHED LYING AND BEING IN BARROW, TO THE USE OF HIS SON ALSO JOHN HARDY AT A COURT BARON BEFORE JOHN BENNETT, DEPUTY STEWARD TO THE LORD OF THE MANOR, HELD THE 3RD DAY OF MARCH 1779. Includes an interesting covenent relating to maintenance of the flood defences "to repel the violence and incursion of Humber" by an order of the Lords of the Treasury of England. View 1890 OS map of area. Handwritten in English on vellum. Two shilling and threepence revenue stamp and tax stamp. Very good condition.

Hardy

Bennett

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

126

1773

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Manor court baron document for Barrow in Lincolnshire relating to the sale of various copyhold lands in Barrow Between: John England of Barrow Thomas Sharpe of Barrow and Esther his wife Ann Hood of Morton near Gainsborough, widow Dated 21 April 1773 in the 14th year of the reign of George III Property: 10 acres of arable and meadow land lying in Barrow. Includes an interesting covenent relating to maintenance of the flood defences "to repel the violence and incursion of Humber" by an order of the Lords of the Treasury of England. View 1890 OS map of area. Handwritten in English on vellum. Two shilling and threepence revenue stamp and tax stamp. Very good condition.

England

Sharpe

Hood

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

127

1830

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1830 This is a document issued by the Bishop of Lincoln apponting Henry Baugh Thorold, BA to the vicarage of Ranceby in the County of Lincoln. It is in perfect condition and measures 12 x 8 inches.

Thorold

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

128

1807

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Indenture dated 1807 relating to the apprenticeship of George Lyon of Kexby in the parish of Upton in the County of Lincoln, to William Credland (Butcher), of Doncaster in the County of York. Size 41cm x 33 cm (approx). Document is in a delicate condition with some tears along the fold lines. Also, seals missing.

Lyon

Credland

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

129

1779

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MANOR COURT BARON DOCUMENT WHERE MATHEW PORTINTON AND MARY HIS WIFE, JOHN BAKER AND SAMUEL HALL COPYHOLD TENANTS SURRENDED TO THE LORD ONE TOFT OR PIECE OF GROUND WHEREON A MESSUAGE OR TENEMENT CALLED FULLERS MESSUAGE LATELY STOOD BUT WAS DEMOLISHED LYING AND BEING IN BARROW, TO THE USE OF THOMAS TAYLOR OF KINGSTON UPON HULL AND SARAH HIS WIFE AT A COURT BARON BEFORE JOHN BENNETT, DEPUTY STEWARD TO THE LORD OF THE MANOR, HELD THE 29TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER 1779.

Includes an interesting covenent relating to maintenance of the flood defences "to repel the violence and incursion of Humber" by an order of the Lords of the Treasury of England. View 1890 OS map of area. Handwritten in English on vellum. Two shilling and threepence revenue stamp and tax stamp. Very good condition.

Portinton

Baker

Hall

Taylor

Bennett

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

130

1908

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1908 ANTIQUE DEED GAYTON NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. LOW START PRICE AND NO RESERVE MANUSCRIPT LEGAL DOCUMENT BEING A CONVEYANCE OF COTTAGES SITUATE AT GAYTON INTH COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTONSHIRE BETWEEN SIR HENRY MICHAEL HAWLEY OF TURNBY LAWN, BOSTON, LINCOLNSHIRE TO ARTHUR EYKYN OF GAYTON IN THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTON. WITH TWO ESCUTCHEONED FISCAL REVENUE STAMPS AND TWO WAX SEALS - PLUS SITE SURVEY PLAN. SIGNED BY SIR HENRY HAWLEY BARONET IN FINE CONDITION - GUARANTEED ORIGINAL - OF INTEREST TO SOCIAL HISTORIANS, COLLECTORS OF LEGAL DOCUMENTS AND GENEALOGY FOR THE HAWLEY FAMILY OF LINCOLNSHIRE ON TWO SHEETS OF FOLDED PARCHMENT - SIZE 15 INCHES BY 18 INCHES

Hawley

Eykyn

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

131

1638-1660

Bloomsbury 18 Mar 2004

17

Killigrew Family.- Legal notebook and commonplace book relating to the Killigrew family, manuscript in several hands, in chancery and secretary hands, 228pp., ruled throughout, reverse entries, browned in places, ink signatures of Henry Hunlock (4pp. notes) and John of Oakes on front free endpaper, ink initial "K" on front pastedown, original calf, rubbed and slightly scored, joints splitting but still sound, remains of brass clasps, sm. 8vo, 1638-60. 600 - 800

 

The literary section of this manuscript consists of two parts, one is an alphabeticised collection of Latin aphorisms (taken from classical authors such as Ovid, Pliny, Virgil & Terentius Afer) with loose English translations in the margins. The other part consists of a commonplace book of literary, historical and geographical subjects. The legal section consists of 19 pages relating to various members of the Killigrew family including 2pp. with subheadings of London and Lincoln. One entry reads: "[?Trin] xvj C[a]r[ol]i [1640-1] Killigrew v[er]sus Thorneton in Sub[?] in xxiii Junii" is repeated, in a current hand among the chancery hand section, under London; while under Lincoln following is listed a William Killigrew. Another entry reads: "Subpoena versus Johannem Topp Armigerum et Henricum Killigrew Armigero 27 Novembris [?1640-41]". The manuscript records the names of Henry and William Killigrew, probably Henry Killigrew D.D. (1613-1700), chaplain to Charles I and younger brother of Sir William Killigrew (1606-95), dramatist. Sir William had an estate in the Lincolnshire fens and is known to have extensive disputes with his neighbours because of his efforts to drain the land. Several petitions are recorded in the manuscripts of the House of Lords for and against Sir William over draining the Lindsey Level which he claimed had cost him #30,000 because of the riotous actions of one Thomas Kirke.

 

Killigrew

Hunlock

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

132

1883

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A vellum indenture bearing the date 1st December 1883, Earl of Yarborough's Estate, being a mortgage of leasehold land messuage office and hereditaments situate in Victoria Street west in Great Grimsby, Lincs. between Joseph Thomas Thompson and The Great Grimsby Gas Company One page with three signatures and one seal.

Thompson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

133

1622

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Vellum Final Concord regarding lands in South Rauceby near Sleaford, Lincolnshire. Westminster Easter Term 20 James I [1622] Richard Jessopp querent v Thomas Corrie & Ann his wife deforciants - one messuage, one garden, one orchard, 44 acres land, 3 acres meadow, 14 acres pasture & 3 acres marsh with appurtenances in Sowth Rawceby for which Richard has paid Thomas and Ann 100 A nice example of an early seventeenth century fine. Vellum document handwritten in Latin. Some areas of flaking ink, but text all readable.

Jessopp

Corrie

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

134

1623

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Vellum Final Concord regarding lands in Skidbrooke, Lincolnshire. Westminster Hillary Term 20 Jas I [1623] Robert Andersen querent v John Lowry & Sarah his wife deforciants - one cottage, 4 acres pasture & common pasture with appurtenances in Skidbrooke for which Robert has paid John & Sarah 41. A nice example of an early seventeenth century fine. Vellum document handwritten in Latin. Some minor creasing and smudging, but otherwise good condition.

Andersen

Lowry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

135

1860

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Offered is this one page vellum document dated 27 January 1860. It measures 27.5 inches long by 23.25 inches wide. It is between Jemima Roberts and Grasley Hunter. It deals with the mortgage for a messuage or tennement public house called The Royal Oak together with its yards, stables, bardens and four acres of land situated in Heckington in the county of Lincoln. It retains the revenue stamps and wax seal with signature of Jemima Roberts. A nice clean and well presented document.

Roberts

Hunter

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

136

1887

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Here is a parchment/vellum Will dated 24th June 1887 for George Coleshaw of Gresham Street, Lincoln - occupation Boatman. Mr. Coleshaw died 4 days later on 28th June 1887. All property left to his son-in-law Thomas Talkes Betteridge. A Probate Letter from the Lincoln District Registry is attached and there is also a large pendant seal. Some light storage discoloration but otherwise in excellent condition.

Coleshaw

Betteridge

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

137

1807-1837

Dominic Winter 3 Mar 2004

377

Candlesby Poor Relief. Manuscript accounts ledger covering the period from Easter 1807 to 25th June 1837, each period divided into two lists, the first 'An Assessment made and agreed upon by the Inhabitants..., for defraying the Expenses incident ot the Poor...', giving names of occupiers and rentals paid, the second listing Disbursements by the Overseer, items including summonses, examinations, journeys, loads of straw, coal, house repairs, hats, shoes, bricks and tiles, lime and sand, working on the roads, etc., with dates and amounts, approx. 100 leaves in a neat hand, last few leaves det., a little soiling, hinges cracked, orig. vellum, worn, folio Names of witness signatories and overseers appearing repeatedly throughout the ledger include Thomas Massingberd, Samuel and Joseph Hewison, George Rutter, John Ward, Edward Enderby and Francis Mead.

Massingberd

Hewison

Rutter

Ward

Enderby

Mead

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

138

1877, 1881

Lesley Aitchison Website

 

Kirton-in-Lindsey, Lincs. TWO BILLHEADS 1877 & 1881. 4to and sm. 4to, for J. Sims, Saddler Collar, and Harness Maker, 1886, with small vignette of carriage horses, made out for saddle, halter mending etc., and Henry Storr, Shoeing & Jobbing Smith, 1877, with good vignette of smith at work, made out for bolts for a jack straw, hammer wedge etc.

Sims

Storr

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

139

1630

Lesley Aitchison Website

 

Tydd St. Mary OBLIGATION BOND of William Adam, Gent., of Tidd St. Mary to Harington Boteler of Newton for forty pounds. 1630. Vellum, 10" x 11". 6 lines in Latin, 21 in English, referring to Adam's sale to Boteler of 135 acres of farm land at Newton Fenn in the Isle of Ely.

Adam

Boteler

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

140

1807

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63/1 1807- Sale of Property (Messingham, Lincs.) -- Thomas Gerrard Ferrand (Trinity College, University of Cambridge) to Thomas Sowerby. William Barnard (Gainsburgh), and Thomas Hill (Scotterthorpe) were also party to agreement. 3 sheets parchment - signed and sealed by Thomas G Ferrand and Thomas Hill. Witnessed by B Codd, Jon Brundrett, Wm. Nicholson, also mark of William Allison. Refers to Ferrand's late father, Thomas Ferrand (heretobefore, Thomas Waddington) and details title to property by reference to earlier deeds going back to 1719. 52

Ferrand

Sowerby

Barnard

Hill

Codd

Brundrett

Nicholson

Allison

Waddington

 

 

 

 

141

1864

ebay

 

1864 ANTIQUE DOCUMENT Dean of LINCOLN CATHEDRAL + SEAL. MANUSCRIPT INDENTURE DEED OF LEASE OF A COTTAGE AND LANDS AT SCOTHERNE IN THE COUNTY OF LINCOLN ~ BETWEEN THE RIGHT WORSHIPFUL JAMES AMIRAUX SEREMIE THE DEAN AND CHAPTER OF THE CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY OF LINCOLN TO JOHN HAMMOND OF FALDINGWORTH IN THE COUNTY OF LINCOLN WHEELWRIGHT. WITH ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMP - AND CATHEDRAL SEAL OF INTEREST TO COLLECTORS OF SOCIAL AND LOCAL HISTORY - GENEALOGY ITEMS AND FINANCIAL EPHEMERA . Start Collecting Today for the Whole Family GUARANTEED ORIGINAL DOCUMENT - IN VERY FINE CONDITION

Seremie

Hammond

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

142

1813

ebay

 

handwritten English vellum indenture dated 1813 during the reign of King George III being the conveyance of land in Lindsey in the County of Lincoln between The Right Honorable William Beauclerk referred to as Lord William Beauclerk, of the one part; and Benjamin John Vickers, a Victualler, of the second part. Nicely penned with fancy printed vignette, blue revenue stamp, tax stamp, and red wax seal on green cloth tag. Fine condition, measures 27 x 23".

Beauclerk

Vickers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

143

1883

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73/19 Hastings, Agnes Mary - Confirmation Card dated 1883. She attended school in Malvern, but was born in Ludford, Lincs. 3

Hastings

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

144

1826

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63/6 Ashby - 1826 - Sale of Land - Samuel Smith (Hambleton, Yorks.) to William Chatterton, John Hoyland (Brierly, Yorks.) John Chatterton (Froddingham) and William Brown (Owston) also party to Agreement. 3 sheets parchment - signed and sealed by S Smith, John Hoyland and John Chatterton and witnessed by Edw Parker (Solr. Selby) James Wilson, clerk, Robt. Hoyland, W J Smith, Fanney Chapman and Anne Banks. Details of earlier Deeds establishing title back to 1754 and close of land sold. 52

Smith

Chatterton

Hoyland

Brown

Parker

Wilson

Chapman

Banks

 

 

 

 

 

145

1827

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63/8 Ashby - 1827 - Assignment for 1000 years by John Nicholson (Trustee for George Skipworth) to Johnathan Spring (Trustee for William Chatterton). [See also, 63/9 and 63/10] 3 sheets parchment - signed and sealed by Nicholson, Skipworth and Chatterton. Relates to agreement by Skipworth to sell land to Thomas Campbell, who in turn resold part to Chatterton. Refers to earlier Deeds, Inclosure Act and Will of George Skipworth's father. Detailed description of properties sold, including occupiers and adjoining properties. Names mentioned - Calah, Campbell, Farndell, Fowler, Hill, Holland, Holton, Jackson, Jordan, Lacy, Mell, Metcalf, Middleton, Pindar, Wright. 52

Nicholson

Skipworth

Spring

Chatterton

Campbell

etc

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

146

1827

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63/9 Ashby - 1827 - Release by George Skipworth at direction of Thomas Campbell to William Chatterton (part of same agreement as above Assignment.)[See also, 63/9 and 63/10] 4 sheets parchment - signed and sealed by Skipworth, Campbell and Chatterton. Refers to Will of Philip Skipworth with detailed description of properties sold, including occupiers and adjoining properties. Names as above. 52

Skipworth

Campbell

Chatterton

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

147

1827

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63/10 Ashby - 1827 - Assignment of Land by William Brooks (Trustee for George Skipworth) to William Ostler Nicholson (Trustee for William Chatterton) of various lands for remainder of 500 years created by Mortgage of 1728.[See also, 63/8 and 63/9] 3 sheets parchment - signed and sealed by Brooks, Skipworth and Chatterton. Refers to earlier Deeds, Inclosure Act and Will of Philip Skipworth. Detailed description of properties sold, including occupiers and adjoining properties. Names mentioned - Calah, Campbell, Farndell, Fowler, Hill, Holland, Holton, Jackson, Jordan, Lacy, Mell, Metcalf, Middleton, Pindar, Wright. 52

Brooks

Skipworth

Nicholson

Chatterton

etc

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

148

1844

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63/12 Barnetby le Wold - 1844 - Mortgage 500 granted to Joseph Robinson and John West (Melton Ross) by Brian Hesleden (Barton upon Humber). 2 sheets parchment - signed and sealed by all 3 parties. Refers to acquisition of property by Robinson and West the previous day together with details of the land / property mortgaged. Other names - Havercroft, Metcalf. 47

Robinson

West

Hesleden

Havercroft

Metcalf

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

149

1872

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63/18 Frodingham- 1872 - Grant of Right of Way by Rev. Edward Mitford Weigall to Trent, Ancholme and Grimsby Railway. Henry Wigfield, Jarvis Harris, Jos Richards and Arthur George Harris (all Rotherham, Yorks) party to the agreement for Railway. 2 sheets parchment with small plan on sheet 2 - signed and sealed by all 5 parties. Railway to be used for transporting Ironstone and Ironore from mines on Vicarage Glebelands. Detailed restrictions relating to 40 year Lease, including annual rental and royalties. Other names - Cole, Sheffield, trafford, Winn. 48

Weigall

Wigfield

Harris

Richards

Cole

Sheffield

Trafford

Winn

 

 

 

 

 

150

1868

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63/17 Goxhill - 1868 - Conveyance of Property by William Arnold to William Wright (Goxhill) in exchange for taking over existing Mortgage and payment of annual annuity to Arnold. George Dishman as Trustee for Arnold.[see also 63/20] 2 sheets parchment - signed and sealed by Arnold and Wright, Dishman made mark. Details of original Mortgage, detailed description of property and terms under which to be held by Wright / Dishman. Other names - Bell, Dawson, Fulston, Garniss, Lancaster, Nelson. 47

Arnold

Wright

Dishman

Bell

Dawson

Fulston

Garniss

Lancaster

Nelson

 

 

 

 

151

1878

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63/20 Goxhill - 1878 - Assignment by Richard Bullock (Vicar - Barrow and Welton le Wold) and Joseph Bentley as Executors of John Hardy Deceased to Joseph Bentley (Barrow). William Wright party to the agreement as owner of mortgaged property [see document 63/17] 2 sheets parchment - signed and sealed by Bullock, Bentley and Wright, endorsed on reverse 'Mortgage redeemed 1897 and property reconveyed to Wright' . Details of earlier Sales and Mortgages, Deaths and Wills of parties to these agreements. Detailed description of Land. Other names - Bell, Dudding, Evison, Fulstow, Garniss, Nelson. 47

Bullock

Bentley

Hardy

Wright

Bell

Dudding

Evison

Fulstow

Garniss

Nelson

 

 

 

152

1813

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63/4 Messingham - 1813 - Assignment of Mortgage by Richard Barker (as Executor of Richard Jay) - of mortgage granted to William Moor to Edward Roadley (West Halton) . 2 sheets parchment (together with Obligation Bond signed by Moor in favour of Roadley) - signed and sealed by Richard Barker and William Moor and witnessed by H Swymmey and John Stones. Gives details of property mortgaged. 52

Barker

Jay

Moor

Roadley

Swymmey

Stones

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

153

1828

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63/11 Killingholme - 1828 - Conveyance of Land - Thomas Peart and Susannah, his wife (nee Hickson) to Richard Brocklesby. William Cross and Robert Corringham as Trustees for Peart and Thomas John Dixon as Trustee for Brocklesby. 2 sheets parchment - signed and sealed by Cross, Corringham, Thomas and Susannah Peart. Witnessed by Jno Taylor, John Hawkins, William Edward Woodall, T P Newcome, William Barnard. Refers to earlier Deeds, and Terms of Settlement of which Land forms part; also description of Land. Other names - Lord Yarborough, Tate. 47

Peart

Hickson

Brocklesby

Cross

Corringham

Taylor

Hawkins

Woodall

Newcome

Barnard

Lord

Yarborough

Tate

154

1809

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63/2 North Killingholme - 1809 - Sale of Land - Thomas Bower to Thomas Short. 2 sheets parchment - signed and sealed by Thomas Bower and William Smith Hesleden (as his trustee) and witnessed by William Hesleden and Joseph Brown. Refers to earlier agreement by which Bower acquired the land , and gives location of land by reference to adjoining roads and Landowners. 47

Bower

Short

Hesleden

Brown

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

155

1824

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63/5 North Killingholme - 1824 - Mortgage of Property by William Short to Benjamin Pearce (Wesleyan Minister, Barton upon Humber). 2 sheets parchment - signed and sealed by Wm Short and Benjamin Pearce. Witnessed by Lancelot Chas. Moore and William Tummon (both of Hull). Details of Inheritance by Short from his Uncle, and cousins who also received legacies under the Will - (Thomas Parkin, Ann Pinchen/ Penwick, Elizabeth Hick). Describes Land mortgaged. 47

Short

Pearce

Moore

Tummon

Parkin

Pinchen

Penwick

Hick

 

 

 

 

 

156

1876

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63/19 Scawby - 1876 - Marriage Settlement - Coningsby Charles Sibthorpe (Canwich Hall) to Mary Georgina Sutton (Scawby Hall). Her father, Rev. Robert Sutton and Trustees, Montague Richard Waldo Sibthorpe, Arthur Henry Leslie Melville, Captain Robert Nassau Sutton and Francis Richard Sutton also party to the agreement. 5 sheets parchment - signed and sealed by all 7 parties to the agreement. Fine set of Seals - 6 different. Extensive details of inheritance settled on Trustees (nearly 28,000). Details of earlier family Marriage Settlements and Wills. Grandfather - Sir John Nelthorpe Bart; ? Great Grandfather - Sir Charles Henry John Anderson Bart. 68

Sibthorpe

Sutton

Melville

Nelthorpe

Anderson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

157

1827

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63/7 Searby - 1827 - Disposal of Half of Manor of Searby by Mary Ann Roadley to John Walter Dudding and John Iles. 4 sheets parchment - signed and sealed by Mary Ann Roadley and witnessed by John Ferraby and Chas. Smith. Contains details of all properties and land included in the sale, and the tenants. Names mentioned - Berry, Bristow, Brown, Clark, Cousin, Dauvatt, Day, Dixon, Drewry, Duislake, Ferraby, Field, Gibson, Hall, Hargrave, Hilton, Jacklin(g), Jackson, James, King, Kirkland, Medley, Mumby, Nicholson, Petch, Platt, Portas, Radley, Rands, Scutterby, Sharp, Smith, Taylor, Trow, Walker, Wakefield, Weston, Wildbore. 58

Roadley

Dudding

Iles

Ferraby

Smith

etc

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

158

1847

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63/13 Searby - 1847 - Appointment of Property by Abigail Ferraby (nee Everatt) wife of John Ferraby to Trustees John Taylor and Thomas Kirkby. 4 sheets parchment - signed and sealed by Ferraby, Taylor and Kirkby. Refers to father's Will, mother, sister and other family history details also Marriage Settlement. Detailed description of property transferred to trustees. 58

Ferraby

Everatt

Taylor

Kirkby

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

159

1812

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63/3 South Killingholme - 1812 - Sale of Land - William Morrison (Kingston upon Hull) to John Humphrey (Habrough). Matthew Rack and William Smith Hesleden also party to the agreement. 2 sheets parchment - signed and sealed by Wm Morrison, John Humphrey Wm Hesleden and Matthew Rack. Witnessed by Thos Brown, Robert Bygott, Jno Dickinson. Refers to William Morrison's father and grandfather, earlier Deeds and Mortgage from Matthew Rack.. 47

Morrison

Humphrey

Rack

Hesleden

Brown

Bygott

Dickinson

 

 

 

 

 

 

160

1865, 1868

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63/15 South Killingholme - 1865 and 1868. 1865 Advance of further Mortgage to Brady Brocklesby (Billingborough, Lincs - now Eastthorpe, Leicester) by Richard Casswell (Skirbeck) with further agreement 1868 (on reverse of sheet 2 ) transfer of Mortgage to John Donnington (Whaplede Grove) and Parkin Wigglesworth (Boston). [see also 63/16] 3 sheets parchment - signed and sealed by Brocklesby, Wigglesworth, Casswell, Donnington. Refers to earlier Deeds to which Brocklesby and Wigglesworth were party. Detailed description of Lands. 57

Brocklesby

Casswell

Donnington

Wigglesworth

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

161

1865

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63/16 South Killingholme - 1865 - Advance of second Mortgage of 500 to Brady Brocklesby ( Eastthorpe, Leicester) by Edwin Barnes (Blackheath, Kent) on security of Lincolnshire properties. Parkin Wigglesworth as Trustee for Brocklesby . [see also 63/15] 2 sheets parchment - signed and sealed by Brocklesby, Wigglesworth and Barnes. 47

Brocklesby

Barnes

Wigglesworth

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

162

1852

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63/14 Yaddlethorpe - 1852 - Assignment of Mortgage - mortgage granted by Joshua Hill (Blyborough / Willoughton) to John Middleton (Yaddlesthorpe ) transferred to John and Diana Wilson (South Ferraby) who also advanced a further amount to Middleton . Bennet Brackenbury (Gainsborough), Trustee for Hill and William England Howlett (Kirton in Lindsey) Trustee for Wilsons. 2 sheets parchment - signed and sealed by Hill, Brackenbury, Middleton and Howlett. Details of original Mortgage and description of land mortgaged. Other names - Plummer, Stocks, Campbell, Sooby, Allison. 48

Hill

Middleton

Wilson

Brackenbury

Howlett

Plummer

Stocks

Campbell

Sooby

Allison

 

 

 

163

1809, 1845

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53/98 Bentley, Henry - Glamford Briggs - 1809 / 1845 Copy of will with 2 Letters of Administration. Will dated 1786 - names wife and 2 daughters. Original Letters of Administration granted to daughter, Hannah [Metcalfe, subsequently Smith]in 1809. 2nd Letters of Administration granted to grandson, Henry Bently Metcalfe in 1845. Gives dates of death of Henry and 2 daughters. 35

Bentley

Metcalfe

Smith

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

164

1838

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50/36 Brocklesby, David - South Killingholme - 1838 Copy of will - paper [see also 50/31] names wife, 5 children and sister. 25

Brocklesby

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

165

1825

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53/100 Dodds, Ann [widow] - Ravensthorpe, Lincs./ Shenstone, Stafford 1825 Probated Will - vellum - number of children, but only William named. 27

Dodds

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

166

1818

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53/92 Dunn, Ann [widow] - Wrawby - 1818 Probated Will - vellum - names 3 daughters. 25

Dunn

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

167

1880

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50/69 Ferraby, John - Wootton Hall - 1880 Copy of Probated Will - paper - names wifes sister, Margaretta Dickinson and one son, Frederick and daughter, Harriett, others not named. 18

Ferraby

Dickinson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

168

1853

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50/51 Fleetwood, Rev. Charles - Somerby - 1853 Probated Will and Codicils - vellum - names brother, sisters [Underwood and Marsden], nieces and nephews. 40

Fleetwood

Underwood

Marsden

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

169

1855

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50/52 Fytche, John - South Elkington - 1855 Copy of Will - paper - names wife, brother - in - law [Willsdon] 3 sons and daughter [married to Count Quarto de Belgiojose, Naples ]. 25

Fytche

Willsdon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

170

1875

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53/105 Golland, Priscilla - Appleby - 1875 Letters of Administration - husband, John. 6

Golland

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

171

1871

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53/104 Howden, Arabella - Lincoln - 1871 Copy of Will and Letters of Administration - paper - names husband and refers to Will of James Marshall Broughton. 12

Howden

Broughton

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

172

1824

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50/34 Humphrey, John - Haburgh - 1824 Copy of Probated Will - paper - names wife and 5 children. 20

Humphrey

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

173

1820

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53/94 Johnson, Thomas - Messing ham - 1820 Probated Will - vellum - main beneficiaries - Mary [wife of John Jackson] and their 9 children - also 4 cousins [Hendle]. 28

Johnson

Jackson

Hendle

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

174

1884

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50/75 Kirkland, Harriett - Messingham - 1884 Probated Will - vellum - names sister Sarah. 15

Kirkland

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

175

1842

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50/40 Kirkland, Richard - Messingham - 1842 Probated Will - vellum - names wife and 7 children [daughter married to Richard Smith, Scotter]. 30

Kirkland

Smith

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

176

1842

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50/38 Kirkland, Richard - Messingham - 1842 Copy of Will - paper. Details as 50/40. 22

Kirkland

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

177

1842

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50/41Kirkland, Richard - Messingham - 1842 Copy of Will - paper. Details as 50/40 24

Kirkland

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

178

1887

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50/76 Middleton, Charles - Yaddlethorpe - 1887 Probated Will - vellum - names sister Maria and nephew James Middleton. 16

Middleton

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

179

1876

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50/66 Middleton, Maria [Widow] Yaddlethorpe - 1876 Letters of Administration - vellum - names son , James. 7

Middleton

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

180

1801

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50/29 Naylor, William - Immingham - 1801 Contemporary Copy of Will - paper - names brother Richard, Southcoats. Gives details of various land holdings. 18

Naylor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

181

1840

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53/97 Nicholson, John - Glamford Briggs - 1840 Probated Will - vellum - names wife. 22

Nicholson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

182

1827

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53/96 Robson, Edmund -Yaddlethorpe - 1827 Letters of Administration - vellum - son Thomas. 10

Robson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

183

1825

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53/95 Rowbottom, John - Messing ham - 1825 Copy of Probated Will - paper - names wife, son and 3 daughters [Kirtland, Stocks, Wakefield]. 18

Rowbottom

Kirtland

Stocks

Wakefield

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

184

1820s

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53/93 Sharpe, William - both snr. and jnr.- Messing ham - 1820s Extracts from Wills on paper; refers to properties owned by both and gives details of wife and son of William jnr. 10

Sharpe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

185

1847

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53/99 Spilman, Mary - Marlborough - 1847 Probated Will - vellum - names husband, sister [Fox] other beneficiary Martha Lewis, Welton [widow] - brother Thomas ?Hockney. 27

Spilman

Fox

Lewis

Hockney

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

186

1847

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50/46 Twigg [nee Hall], Martha - Wrawby - 1847 ORIGINAL WILL - paper - gives details of marriage settlement, names husband, husbands 3 brothers and sister, own sisters [Havercroft and Marris] and other more distant relatives. 42

Twigg

Hall

Havercroft

Marris

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

187

1828

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50/35 Vessey, Elizabeth [Spinster] Keelby - 1828 Letters of Administration - vellum - granted to sister, Anne Greenwood. 10

Vessey

Greenwood

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

188

1850

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50/48 Waddingham [nee Ellis], Arabella - Legsby - 1850 Probated Will - vellum - names late husband, 3 children, father and brother. 26

Waddingham

Ellis

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

189

1872

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50/61 Waddingham, Edward - Brigg - 1872 Probated Will - vellum - names son Charles, sister Elizabeth [wife of Robert Woods] and niece Mary Ann. 18

Waddingham

Woods

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

190

1868

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50/83 Wakefield, George - Messingham - 1868 Probated Will - vellum - names 6 children [daughter married to Parkinson] , 3 brothers and 3 nephews. 21

Wakefield

Parkinson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

191

1863

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50/57 Walker, George - Bigby - 1863 Probated Will - vellum - names wife and 2 sons. 18

Walker

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

192

1816

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50/32 Walker, Mary [Widow of William -see 50/31] - Glamford Briggs - 1816 Probated Will - vellum. 25

Walker

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

193

1807

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50/30 Walker Thomas - Wrawby -1807 Probated Will - vellum - names wife and 6 children, daughters married to Aldworth and Banks. 28

Walker

Alsworth

Banks

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

194

1880

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50/71 Walker Thomas - Worlaby - 1880 Probated Will - vellum - names wife and 2 children. 20

Walker

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

195

1816

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50/31 Walker William - Glamford Briggs - 1816 Probated Will - vellum - names wife [see 50/32] , 2 daughters [Brocklesby and Williamson] and grandchildren. 30

Walker

Brocklesbury

Williamson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

196

1841

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50/39 Ward, John - Great Grimsby - 1841 Probated Will - vellum - names wife and 2 sisters [one married to Robinson], residuary legatees - James and Eliza Atkinson. 26

Ward

Robinson

Atkinson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

197

1845

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50/43 Ward, John - Croxby - 1845 Letters of Administration - vellum - names uncle, George Cuthbert and aunt, Mary Hall. 8

Ward

Cuthbert

Hall

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

198

1878

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50/67 Waterup, Mary - Brigg - 1878 Probated Will - vellum - names beneficiaries - Symonds, Brigg and Golland, Essex. 16

Waterup

Symonds

Brigg

Golland

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

199

1884

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50/74 Watson, Esther [Widow] - Scotter - 1884 Probated Will - vellum - names 2 sons, other children not named. 18

Watson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

200

1866

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50/59 Watson, George - Messingham - 1866 Letters of Administration - vellum - names wife, Eliza. 7

Watson