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ID

Date

Source

Lot No.

Text

Surnames

1202

1840

Sylvan Manuscripts

2685

Covenant to produce title deeds for a property in St. Pancras, Middlesex, between Right Hon. Charles Lord Southampton Baron Southampton and Francis Parkyn of Bedford Street, Builder. Provides details of deeds from 1790 to 1840.  Signature of Lord Southampton. A triangular parcel of land in St. Pancras on new road leading from Hampstead to Kentish Town and abutting on Ferdinand Street.

Lord Southampton

Baron

Parkyn

1203

1835

Sylvan Manuscripts

2683

Lease of a house in Bedford Place, Kensington, Middlesex, between Walter Alexander Urquhart of Camberwell Grove, Esquire, Robert William Jearrad of Oxford Street, Architects, Charles Jearrad of Oxford Street, Architects and Charles Stewart Duncan of Oxford Street, Architects. Small coloured plan of property. A house at the Western End of Bedford Place, Campden Hill in the parish of St. Mary Abbotts, Kensington, backing on Campden Street.

Duncan

Jearrad

Urquhart

1204

1917

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RARE VELLUM INDENTURE 4 PAGES - HAND WRITTEN  CONVEYANCE OF A MESSUAGE BEING THE SOUTHERMOST OF 4 ANVIL COTTAGE, BONSEYS YARD, UXBRIDGE, MIDDLESEX BETWEEN......JONATHAN CHARLES WILD OF 46 HAWLEY ROAD, WILMINGTON NEAR DARTFORD IN THE COUNTY OF KENT - AND - EMILY GARDINER OF UXBRIDGE, MIDDLESEX DATED 29TH SEPTEMBER, 1917 INCLUDES...WAX SEALS WITH SIGNATURES AND REVENUE STAMPS SIZE 16 X 10.4 INCHES (PER PAGE)

Wild

Gardiner

1205

1880

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5 no 1880 sales booklets for six capital Town Mansions at Westbourne Terrace Hyde Park London To take place at  Tokenhouse Yard, E.C Near the Bank of England on the 1st June 1880. All have abstract of sales contract and are signed across a six pence inland revenue stamp, also comes with a bundle of around 50 letters to the vendors dated around 1880 at least two of which have red penny stamps on them

1206

1863

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Vellum Indenture, Common pleas Division. Lovely ancestry document. Made on 2th March 1863 Made before Robert Cunliffe and James Weymouth Hopwood For Emma wife of William James Harris Between the above on the 2nd part and Sarah Carrington on the first part, William James Harris of the 3rd part and John Riddell of the 4th part Deeds by married women persuant to an act passed in the 4th year of the reign of his late Majesty King William 4th "An Act for the abolition of fines and recoveries and for the substitution of more simple modes of assurance"  Properties interested in the Parish of Raines, Middlesex Also has a number 1083, also mentioned Edmund Lewis Hooper  Excellent condition, 2 pages

Cunliffe

Hopwood

Harris

Riddell

Hooper

1207

1866

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Vellum Indenture, Common pleas Division. Lovely ancestry document. Made on 15th January 1866 Made before Peter Fearson and George Lewis Phipps Eyre from Great George St Westminster and 1 John St Bedford Row London For Mary Ann wife of Robert Samuel Skey Between the above on the first part, Mary Ann Thompson of the 2nd part, William Bailey of the 3rd part and Colin Henley, Henry Piper and Mary Anne Henley of the 4th part. Premises interested in Oaken in the county of Stafford Deeds by married women persuant to an act passed in the 4th year of the reign of his late Majesty King William 4th "An Act for the abolition of fines and recoveries and for the substitution of more simple modes of assurance"  Documents also mention Henry Hearne of Newport in the county of Salop Also has a number 254, and  Blue 5 shilling common law courts seal Excellent condition, 2 pages

Fearson

Eyre

Skey

Thompson

Bailey

Henley

Piper

Hearne

1208

1384

Dominic Winter 30 Jan 2008

406

A fine medieval document relating to lands in London, being a vellum Final Concord from the reign of Richard II, dated 28th January 1384, being John Cornewaleys querent against Thomas Cornewaleys and his wife Joan the deforciants for four acres of meadow in Oldefarthe in the Parish Stebenhethe [Stepney in London]

Cornewaleys

1209

1870

Sylvan Manuscripts

2949

LONDON: Release of Bells Buildings in St. Bride, City of London, between William Nethercot of Kentish Town, Schoolmaster, The Very Reverend Brabazon William Disney of King Street, Jonathan Hopkinson and William Gordon Thomson. The Rev. Brabazon William Desney became Dean of Armagh, Ireland. Dated 24 August 1870 Property: A piece of ground with several houses in the parish of Saint Bridget or Saint Bride in the City of London called Bells Buildings. Medium: Manuscript in English on vellum. Condition: Good. Characteristics: Signature and red wax seal. Revenue and tax stamps.  Document Size (Approx.): 60 by 70 cm

Nethercot

Disney

Hopkinson

Thomson

1210

1892

Sylvan Manuscripts

2957

MARRICK: Release of the Marrick Estate, North Yorkshire, between Cuthbert Stapleton of George Town, Queensland, Monica Stapleton of Kensington, Frances Stapleton of Kensington, The Hon. Bryan John Stapleton of Oxford and John Gerrard Riddell of Hemeston Grange. Dated 3 September 1892  Property: The Marrick Estate, North Yorkshire. Medium: Manuscript in English on vellum. Condition: Good. Characteristics: Signatures and red wax seals. Revenue and tax stamps.  Document Size (Approx.): 60 by 70 cm

Stapleton

Riddell

1211

1868

Sylvan Manuscripts

2959

LONDON: Mortgage of Bells Buildings, Fleet Street, London, between William Nethercott of Bridge Street and Bathe Monetary Company Ltd.. Dated 2 October 1868  Property: Land and houses called Bells Buildings off Fleet Street in St. Bride parish, City of London. Medium: Manuscript in English on vellum. Condition: Good. Characteristics: Signature and red wax seal. Revenue and tax stamps.  Document Size (Approx.): 60 by 70 cm

Nethercott

1212

1872

Sylvan Manuscripts

2960

LONDON: Assignment of leasehold house called Bells Buildings, Fleet Street, City of London, between The Very Rev. Brabazon William Disney, Jonathan Hopkinson, William Gordon Thomson and Vincent Hallam of Picadilly, Gent. Dated 19 April 1872  Property: Land and houses called Bells Buildings off Fleet Street in St. Bride Parish, City of London. Medium: Manuscript in English on vellum. Condition: Good. Characteristics: Signatures and red wax seals. Revenue and tax stamps.  Document Size (Approx.): 60 by 70 cm

Disney

Hopkinson

Thomson

Hallam

1213

1744

Sylvan Manuscripts

2962

ST. GEORGE HANOVER SQUARE, WINCANTON: Marriage Settlement for a house in London and Wincanton, Somerset, between The Hon. Henry Fox of City of Westminster, Right Hon. The Lady Caroline Fox, Right Hon. Charles Lord Cadogan, Right Hon. Stephen Lord Ilchester and James West. Signature of Lords Cadogan and Ilchester. Dated 26 June 1744  Property: A parcel of ground with capital mansion in Albemarle Street, St. George Hanover Square, and also a farm called South Leas and Sixhill in Wincanton. Also the rights of the manor of Lambeth Wyke or Wye Court. Medium: Manuscript in English on vellum. Condition: Creasing, dirt marks and stains. Characteristics: Signatures and red wax seals. Revenue and tax stamps.  Document Size (Approx.): 60 by 70 cm

Fox

Cadogan

Ilchester

West

1214

1744

Sylvan Manuscripts

2963

SOUTH WALES RECEIVERSHIP: Settlement of the Receivership of South Wales, between Henry Fox, Richard Bateman, The Right Hon. Charles Lord Cadogan, The Right Hon. Stephen Lord Ilchester, James West and Right Hon. Lady Caroline Fox. Dated 26 June 1744 in the 18th year of the reign of King George II  Property: The Office of Receiver General of all His Majesty's Lands and tenements in Glamorgan, Monmouth, Radnor, Brecknock, Carmarthen, Cardigan and Pembroke. Medium: Manuscript in English on vellum. Condition: Staining and dirt marks. Characteristics: Signature and red wax seal. Revenue and tax stamps.  Document Size (Approx.): 40 by 50 cm

Fox

Bateman

Cadogan

Ilchester

West

1215

1830

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Vellum legal document dated to 1830 Thomas March - No 5 Albermaster Street Clerkenwell- Gentleman - George March - Exmouth Street Hampstead Rd James Ayling - Upholsterer - Sloan Street Middx - George Russell - Chatham - Gentleman with 4 seals in Good condition  with small holes & wear at folds

March

Ayling

Russell

1216

1848

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Vellum legal document dated to 1848

Thomas March - Gentleman - Tower Street Lambeth & Ensign in his Majestys 15th Regiment of foot
George Russell - Hosier - Oxford Street St Mary LeBone
George Hodgson - Gentleman - Fermyn Street St James Westminster
Stephen Eastland  of Borden & Considerable Property

with 13 seals on 5 sheets in Good condition but rough edge crease 

March

Russell

Hodgson

Eastland

1217

1862

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Vellum Indenture, Common pleas Division. Lovely ancestry document. Made on 27th February 1862. Made before Sir Edward vaughan Williams, Knight. For Ann wife of Joseph Holmes and Elizabeth wife of George Baker and Ann wife of George Robson. Premises interested in Twickenham in county of Middlesex. Deeds by married women persuant to an act passed in the 4th year of the reign of his late Majesty King William 4th \"An Act for the abolition of fines and recoveries and for the substitution of more simple modes of assurance" Also has a number 1127. Excellent condition, 2 pages.

Williams

Holmes

Baker

Robson

1218

1887

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Vellum Indenture - 1887 Deed - Hersham, Walton on Thames, Surrey. A vellum Indenture measuring 70 cm x 54 cm approx being a Conveyance of land being part of an estate called Thistlecroft situate at Hersham in the parish of Walton on Thames, Surrey dated 29 August 1887.  The document has a small plan. Ebenezer Gammon to James John Knights. Parties: Ebenezer GAMMON, Draper of Godalming, Surrey;  James John KNIGHTS, Coachman of 20 Queens Gate Mews South Kensington, Surrey (Middlesex?). Other names mentioned include:  Elizabeth Allen Cottrell, Thomas Cottrell, Edward Freeland, Eliza Freeland, Frederick Freeland, William Freeland, George Sheryer. Document signed by: Ebenezer Gammon, James John Knights. Witnesses: J Edgeler. Condition: Stained and discoloured.

Gammon

Knights

Cottrell

Freeland

Sheryer

Edgeler

1219

1879

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A vellum Indenture measuring 69 cm x 55 cm approx being a Mortgage of leasehold messuages and premises situate in Blanchard Road, London Fields in the parish of St John Hackney, Middlesex dated 23 May 1879.  Mr William Long to Mr George Bryan. Parties: William LONG, Gentleman of 27 Darville Road, Stoke Newington, Middlesex;  George BRYAN, Gentleman of 29 Lauriston Road, South Hackney, Middlesex. Document signed by: William Long. Witnesses: A Double. Condition: Good.

Long

Bryan

Double

1220

1859

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indenture dated 1859 mr j whitaker to mr henny stevens, lease of no2 desborough place, harrow road, paddington, middlesex, this also contains 2 letters of the gentlemen above

Whitaker

Stevens

1221

1878

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A nine page indenture dated 1st November 1878 between John Melland Hall of Sevenhampton Vicarage, Cheltenham (clerk in Holy Orders), John Spencer of Buck Hill House, Calne, Wilts (gent.), Charlotte Hall of Richmond Road, Hackney (widow) and Charles Spencer Hall of Richmond Road (chemist) relating to the marriage settlement of Ann Elizabeth Melland and William Hall.  Lots of names mentioned.  Has four seals and signatures, four witness signatures and a revenue stamp.  It is on Fellows 1878 watermarked paper.  Has been folded.  Please note that the stitching is loose on this document.

Hall

Spencer

Melland

1222

1883

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1883 burial entry Elizabeth Catherine Cochran Willesden. A copy of the burial entry with revenue for Elizabeth Catherine Cochran, aged 83, of 31 Glocuester Street, Queen Square who was buried 3rd August 1883.  It is dated 10th September 1884 and signed by Henry Cecil.  Has been folded and has pin holes in the top left-hand corner.

Cochran

1223

1885

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A three page vellum indenture dated 15th december 1885 relating to 1, 2, 3, 9, 10, 11, 12, 15, 15 and 16 Elms Road, Clapham Park between James Mounter of 1 Solon Road, Acre Lane, Surrey (builder), Edward Willson Crosse and Arthur Wilson Crosse both of 7 Lancaster Place, Strand (gents.).  Has one seal and signatures with a witness signatures and two revenue stamps.  Has been folded.

Mounter

Crosse

1224

1885

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A three page vellum indenture dated 22nd October 1885 relating to property in Tavistock Terrace, Upper Holloway, St. Mary Islington between William Peter Bodkin of West Hill Place, Highgate (esq.) and the Imperial Permanent Benefit Building Society of 40 Chancery Lane.  Has one seal and signature with signatures of the Directors, Secretary and Trustees of the Building Society.  It has one revenue stamp.  Has been folded.

Bodkin

1225

1868

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A vellum Indenture on two sheets measuring 70 cm x 59 cm approx being a Conveyance of a messuage tenement dwellinghouse and shop with the several warehouses, stable, shed, yard and garden situate in High Street Burnham and six messuages or tenements situate on the Parade Ground in the High Street of Burnham, Buckinghamshire dated 4 March 1868.  Mr Thomas W Terry and others to Mr John M Roberts. Parties:

Thomas William TERRY, Gentleman of 122 Malden Road, Haverstock Hill, Middlesex; 
Martha Moulden TERRY, formerly Martha Moulden ROBERTS of 122 Malden Road, Haverstock Hill, Middlesex; 
St George Augustus TERRY, Brewer of Burnham, Buckinghamshire; 
Ann TERRY, formerly Ann ROBERTS of Burnham, Buckinghamshire; 
Dorcas ROBERTS, Spinster of Burnham, Buckinghamshire; 
John Merry ROBERTS, Grocer of Burnham, Buckinghamshire 

Other names mentioned include:  Edward Roberts, Sarah Roberts, Charles Boncey, George Cleare, Henry Cleare, Misses Cutler, John Martin, James Beesley, George Hadaway, William Drinkwater, John Clements, Benjamin Baldwin, Richard Dodwell. Document signed by: Thomas W Terry, Martha Moulden Terry, St G A Terry, Ann Terry, Dorcas Roberts, John M Roberts. Condition: Discoloured and creased

Terry

Roberts

Boncey

Cleare

Cutler

Martin

Beesley

Hadaway

Drinkwater

Clements

Baldwin

etc

1226

1797

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Vellum Indenture - 1797 (George 111) Between William Garner of Dagenham, Jane Spencer of Red Lion Square, Joseph Spence of Bloomsbury, James Gattey of Southwark, (Pawnbroker). Includes Real Estate document. All seals complete and document in excellent condition.

Garner

Spencer

Spence

Gattey

1227

1852

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Vellum/Parchment Indenture, Common pleas Division. Lovely ancestry document. Made on 17 th November 1852 Made before Baker Gabb and Philip Price of Monmouth For Harriet wife of William Steel  Made between the above and Thomas Morgan and Louisa Catherine Secretan  Premises interested in Parish of Abergervenny and Slenwenarth in Monmouthshire, Parish of St George the Martyr on Borough of South???? in Surrey and in the counties of Hertford and Middlesex, the latter premises being parts or shares in the new river brought from Chadwell and Amwell in the last mentioned counties to London  Deeds by married women persuant to an act passed in the 4th year of the reign of his late Majesty King William 4th "An Act for the abolition of fines and recoveries and for the substitution of more simple modes of assurance"  Also has a number 5506  Excellent condition, 2 pages

Gabb

Price

Steel

Morgan

Secretan

1228

1728-1769

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LETCOMBE BERKS: MS COPY COURT ROLL C1770 MS FOLIO COPY OF COURT ROLL 38PP OF MS WRITING WITH A NUMBER OF BLANK PAGES COVERS PERIOD 1728-1769 SUBSEQUENTLY IN 1844 HAS BEEN POSTED TO G G VINCENT SANCTUARY WESTMINSTER AND HAS POSTMARKS SLIGHTLY SOILED

Vincent

1229

1757

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Good and Large Indenture on Vellum dated 1757 7th March, with a very nice portrait of George II to the top left corner, the indenture is between Thomas Lowry of Blackhall in the county of Cumberland and Francis Potts Kirby Street in the Parish of Saint Andrews in the county of Middlesex, for a Loan, signed Thomas Lowry and on behalf by Jmaes Coulthard His Attorney. 74cm x 62cm On Vellum

Lowry

Potts

Coulthard

1230

1850

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A vellum Indenture measuring 79 cm x 62 cm approx being a Reconveyance of a messuage or dwellinghouse with the workshops, cowhouse, yard, garden and small close of land situate at Morley in the parish of Batley, Yorkshire dated 13 February 1850.  Miss Elizabeth Driver and Mr William Hirst to Mr Joseph Asquith Parties: Elizabeth DRIVER, Spinster, "late" of 3 Park Street, Leeds but then residing with Miss Giblets at 12 Greville Place, Kilburn Priory, Edgeware Road, Middlesex;  William HIRST, Gentleman of Otley, formerly a Surgeon of Bramhope, Otley, Yorkshire;  Joseph ASQUITH, Gentleman of Morley in the parish of Batley, Yorkshire;  Joseph Dixon ASQUITH, Woolstapler of Morley in the parish of Batley, Yorkshire Document signed by: Elizabeth Driver, W Hirst, Joseph Asquith Condition: A little creased and discoloured

Driver

Hirst

Asquith

Giblets

1231

1867

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This large Indenture relates to property and goods of Mrs Emily Frances Ewart of Hyde Park London dates 23 January 1867. 3 seals at base.

Ewart

1232

1745

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DATE:- 4th FEBRUARY 1745 (in the 19th year of the reign of KING GEORGE II) THIS IS ANOTHER SINGLE SHEET HANDWRITTEN VELLUM INDENTURE WHICH IS BETWEEN ROBERT AYLING of HEADLEY or HEATHLY in the county of SOUTHAMPTON of the first part,  JAMES HORNER of FARNHAM, SURREY  of the second part and RALPH PHELPS of LYONS INN, MIDDLESEX of the third part. The handwriting is excellent and the document concerns a property named as POPHOLE WEAVERS and FOSTERS alongside the highway leading from LISS to ROGATE as well as another parcel of land called LONGHILL, about 10 acres and another 20 acres of land in Liss. THERE ARE 3 SIXPENNY BLUE REVENUE STAMPS AND 3 EXCELLENT RED WAX SEALS.  Size. The document is approx. 28" wide x 22" high.  Condition. In excellent condition with the usual folding creases. From the images the property appears to have adjoined lands now or late of Richard BALL.

Ayling

Horner

Phelps

Ball

1233

1812

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A vellum Indenture on two sheets measuring 69 cm x 57 cm approx being a Release and Conveyance of a piece or parcel of ground containing by estimation 6 acres and 3 roods situate in the parish of Northweald otherwise Northweald Bassett, Essex dated 7 April 1812.  The document also has a Schedule of Deeds.  Thomas Holt White Esq to Mr John Denner and his Trustee. Parties: Thomas Holt WHITE Esquire of Chase Lodge, Enfield, Middlesex;  John DENNER, Gentleman of the parish of St Andrew Holborn in the City of London;  John Pugmore LEECH, Gentleman of Colesford, Gloucestershire. Document signed by: T Holt White. Condition: Creased and discoloured with age.

White

Denner

Leech

1234

1915

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Indenture Deed Lease date 1915 Vellum Paddington Midsex. Dated 1915.  Mrs Edith Helen Jeudwine to Mrs Catharine Habershon Lease of No 7 Westborne Crescent, in the parish of Paddington in the county of Middlesex. Very good condition with eight pages, meaures 9 x 15 inches approx, wax seals and Plan.

Jeudwine

Habershon

1235

1750

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Vellum Indenture dated 20th July 1750. The document declares itself to be "of five parts" with the named parties being:
ELIZABETH PROWSE OF WHITEFORD, CORNWALL
NICHOLAS ARCHER OF TRURO, CORNWALL
SIR JOHN (3rd Baronet and High Sherrif of Plymouth) & DAME HANNAH ROGERS OF BLACHFORD, DEVON being Coheirs at Law for the late SAMUEL ADDIS of Whiteford, in the first part;
THOMAS TREFUSIS (Dame Hannah's father) OF ISLEWORTH, MIDDLESEX, MARK BATT OF MOOTENHAM, CORNWALL, surviving exectuor in the Trust named in the last Will & Testament of the said Samuel Addis, in the second part;
THOMAS JONES OF ST. AUSTELL, CORNWALL of the third part;
JOSEPH YONGE OF MEVAGISSEY, CORNWALL of the fourth part;
WILLIAM SMITH OF PLYMOUTH, DEVON of the fifth part
 
The indenture then goes on to detail the division of lands and properties. There are nine wax seals along the bottom edge, with six signatures between them and three 6 penny revenue stamps. 720 x 860mm (approx) 2'4" x 2'10" These documents are always stored folded and as usual with something this age, the crease lines are quite deep.  There are a couple of small holes along two of these creases - otherwise overall condition is good.

Prowse

Archer

Rogers

Addis

Trefusis

Batt

Jones

Yonge

Smith

1236

1839

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A vellum Indenture on two sheets measuring 67 cm x 57 cm approx being a Transfer of Mortgage of a messuage or tenement being part and parcel of hereditaments and premises called Crawleys situate in Speldhurst, Kent dated 27 September 1839. The cover of the document says that the property is in Tunbridge Wells, however the text of the document itself clearly states that the property is in Speldhurst.  Mrs S Bridges and the Executors of Charles Stevens deceased to Robert Saxby Esquire. Parties:

Susannah BRIDGES, Widow of Lewisham, Kent
Charles SCOTT, Cabinet Maker of East Street, Hoxton Old Town, St Leonard Shoreditch, Middlesex
James KEMSHEAD, Basket Maker of Compton Street, Clerkenwell, Middlesex
William FLIGHT, Coachmaker of Little Wilde Street, Lincolns Inn, Middlesex
Joseph SLATTER, Carpenter of Tunbridge Wells, Kent
Robert SAXBY Esquire of Dunsdale Cottage, Westerham, Kent

Other names mentioned include:  Charles Stevens, Ann Slatter, Mr Hillier, Mr Beecher. Document signed by: The mark of Susannah Bridges, Charles Scott, James Kemshead, William Flight, Joseph Slatter, Robert Saxby. Condition: A little creased and discoloured

Bridges

Stevens

Scott

Kemshead

Flight

Slatter

Saxby

Hillier

Beecher

1237

1833

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A vellum Indenture measuring 65 cm x 33 cm approx being a Lease for a year of All and singular the messuages lands tenements and hereditaments late of Patrick Cumming Esquire deceased formerly of Dovor Street, Piccadilly, Middlesex and of East Cliffe Lodge in the Isle of Thanet, Kent dated 11 January 1833. The document has a further Lease for a year dated 9 November 1837 endorsed on the back. John Cumming Esquire and others to John Fenton Esquire and others. Parties:

John CUMMING, Merchant of Riga in the Empire of Russia;
James Mauritz CUMMING, Merchant of Riga in the Empire of Russia;
Arthur Henry CUMMING Esquire of Dovor Street, Piccadilly, London;
John CUMMING Esquire of the City of Edinburgh
John FENTON, Merchant of Union Court, Broad Street, London
Philip Ibbetson FENTON, Merchant of Union Court, Broad Street, London
William Henry Lytton Earle BULWER Esquire of Parliament Street, Westminster

Document signed by: John Cumming of Riga, Arthur Cumming, John Cumming of Edinburgh. Condition: Discoloured with age

Cumming

Fenton

Bulwer

1238

1843

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Original early Victorian document on a piece of land in Middle Street in the Hampshire town of Gosport. This is an Abstract of Title containing 19 large pages (34cm x 41cm) of handwritten detail.This is a detailed history of all the previous owners of this piece of land on the south side of Middle Street.This is an 1840s copy of work that was compiled in 1833 and every agreement on the freeholds and leaseholds are listed, going back to December 15th 1749.The history has been officially scrutinised and comments are present in the marginals,this work has been dated January 1843.

Obviously, with nineteen pages,there is a wealth of information for local historians.I am not familiar with Gosport and am not sure where the property was exactly.There is a line that suggests this is the middle part of the High Street.There is also a description of the land being next to the gateway of the Star Inn.There are many names listed with the 100 year history(mainly Georgian) and these are some of them;

1749; John Callard, Gentleman/ James Grist, glazier/, both from Gosport. 

1803;Tristram Harper, surgeon/James Matthews,Gentleman/ Thomas Biddlecombe,all from Gosport, and Thomas Waller a yeoman from Litchfield.

1813;Frederick Hamilton,clerk from Brighton/Robert Winter,Gentleman from the Serjeants of Arms Inn in Fleet Street London.

1817;William Notly, Gentleman from Fareham/ John & Benjamin Goodeve,Gosport Bankers/ John McCauldish,Gentleman from Cosham.

1819;Thomas Bradbury Winter,surgeon of Sidmouth Street in Middlesex/Daniel Sharp, a Romsey Gentleman.

1823;John Budden Jeffries, a Gentleman of Bedford Row Middlesex/John Buller,a Southampton Gentleman.

1833;Charles Frederick Collins,Gentleman of Spital Square in Middlesex.

The pages are bound with string.When the paper is held to the light we can see a manufacturer's watermark dated 1841.So this gives the item it's antique authenticity. The document is a little frayed on the edges but generally in good presentable condition and there is no real damage.The handwritten  text is very clear and legible.

Callard

Grist

Harper

Matthews

Biddlecombe

Waller

Hamilton

Winter

Notly

Goodeve

McCauldish

etc

1239

1816

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Vellum Indenture 1816 Legal Deed Vauxhall, London. A very Large two large sheeted Georgian 1816 vellum Indenture ( Legal document ) being a Lease of ground for 61 years for a house in Kennington Lane, Vauxhall in the parish of Lambeth London England dated 28 December 1816. The document has a small plan and includes three sheets of A5 hand written and titled from Raymond Buildings, Grays Inn, WC, London, dated January 30th 1878 interesting information and what must and mustn't be done to the property during the term of the Lease. Also has Duty Stamp Mark and Red Wax Seal attached. Sir Joseph Mawbey to Mr Thomas Hatton. Parties: Sir Joseph MAWBEY, Baronet of Botleys, Surrey; Thomas HATTON, Gentleman of Spring Gardens, Westminster, Middlesex. Other names mentioned include: Thomas Cope, David Jenkins. Document signed by: Joseph Mawbey. Condition: Discoloured with age. Size: 28 ½” wide by 20 ½” high. Consisting of two large sheets of Velum.

Mawbey

Hatton

Cope

Jenkins

1240

1880

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A vellum Indenture measuring 72 cm x 58 cm approx being a Conveyance of a messuage or tenement on a piece or parcel of land formerly part of a larger piece of land formerly called Piggotts having a frontage to Champion Road, Caversham, Oxfordshire and known as No 2 Hasting Villas dated 5 July 1880.  Parties:

William Isaac COUSAL, a Constable in the X Division of the Metropolitan Police of The Police Station, Paddington Green, Middlesex
Amy COUSAL, Widow of Maple Cottage, Caversham, Oxfordshire
Joseph WHEATLEY, Butler of Quarry House, St Leonards on Sea, Sussex

Other names mentioned include:  Frederick Jacob Cousal, Isaac Isaiah Cousal. Document signed by: William Isaac Cousal, Amy Cousal, Joseph Wheatley. Condition: A bit discoloured.

Cousal

Wheatley

1241

1862

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1862 3-SHEET VELLUM INDENTURE WITH COLOURED PLAN re LISS DATE:- 29th SEPTEMBER 1862. THIS LARGE, ORIGINAL INDENTURE - WITH A COLOURED PLAN ON THE SECOND PAGE - IS HANDWRITTEN ON 3 SHEETS OF VELLUM AND IS BETWEEN

CHARLES JOHN MELLERSH of PETERSFIELD
of the first part,
HENRY LACY of PETERSFIELD, a banker and WILLIAM PESKETT, a surgeon
of the second part
BENJAMIN BONE of PORTSEA
of the third part and
WILLIAM GEORGE WARD of
23 GLOUCESTER SQUARE, HYDE PARK (London)
of the fourth part.

THE DEED IS A CONVEYANCE OF LAND IN LISS AS SHOWN IN THE PLAN WHICH HAD BEEN PURCHASED AT AN AUCTION HELD AT THE RED LION HOTEL IN PETERSFIELD. THERE ARE 3 BLUE REVENUE STAMPS AND 5 RED WAX SEALS, ALL WITH SIGNATURES, WITH WITNESSES' SIGNATURES ON THE VERSO. Size. The document is approx. 29" wide x 23" high. Condition. Some dustmarking on outside but otherwise in very good condition with the usual folding creases.

Mellersh

Lacy

Bone

Ward

1242

1877

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1877 3-SHEET VELLUM INDENTURE WITH LARGE PLAN - LISS DATE:- 26th JANUARY 1877. THIS ORIGINAL, HANDWRITTEN INDENTURE IS ON 3 SHEETS OF VELLUM AND HAS A LARGE (12" x 18") COLOURED PLAN ON THE SECOND SHEET. IT IS BETWEEN

THE REV. WILLIAM McAULIFFE of
SAINT EDMUNDS COLLEGE near WARE, HERTFORDSHIRE and
JOHN HOPE WINGFIELD of the UNITED SERVICE CLUB, PALL MALL, a retired Army General
of the first part,
WILLIAM GEORGE WARD of WESTON MANOR, FRESHWATER, ISLE OF WIGHT
of the second part and
WILLIAM NICHOLSON of BASING PARK near ALTON, SOUTHAMPTON
of the third part.

THE DOCUMENT CONCERNS THE 2 PIECES OF LAND SHOWN ON THE PLAN, ABOUT 33 ACRES, IN LISS, SOUTHAMPTON AND REFERS TO THE INCLOSURE OF PART OF WOOLMER FOREST WHICH WAS IN "THE SEVERAL PARISHES OF GREATHAM LISS SELBORNE KINGSLEY HEADLEY and BRAMSHOTT". The vellum was supplied by EVISON & BRIDGE of 22 CHANCERY LANE, LONDON. THERE ARE 4 RED REVENUE STAMPS AND 4 RED WAX SEALS WITH WITNESSES' SIGNATURES ON THE VERSO.  Size. The document is approx. 27" wide x 22" high. Condition. In excellent condition with the usual folding creases.

McAuliffe

Wingfield

Ward

Nicholson

1243

1862

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25th february 1862 Lease of a house and a piece of ground in Westbourne Grove Leading from Kensington Gravel Pits to Portobello Farm in the Parish of Kesington London between Thomas Archer  and Thomas Bolton A great vellum manuscript with an inserted hand colore map (9cm x 13,5cm) showing the property 19cm x 23cm (total with margins)

Archer

Bolton

1244

1702

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1702 land document between William Lilly of Covent garden and John Fletcher of Essex. Signed with a red wax seal and written on water marked paper.

Lilly

Fletcher

1245

1698

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1698 land document between Robert Cunningham of Westminster and William Lilly of Covent Garden. Signed with a red wax seal and written on water marked paper.

Cunningham

Lilly

1246

1807-1920s

Bloomsbury 16 Oct 2008

128

Collection of documents relating to Lower James Street near Golden Square and Charles Street, John Street, Bruton Street, Berkeley Square,  many relating to Francis William Fitzhardinge, Baron Fitzhardinge (claiming as of right to be Earl and Baron of Berkeley), Ds.s., most manuscripts, some typescripts, most on vellum, folds, yellowed, slightly dusty, housed in a large tin deed box, rubbed and dusty, v.s., v.d.,  1807 - 1920s (c. 110 pieces)

Fitzhardinge

1247

1814-1895

Bloomsbury 16 Oct 2008

133

Hackney and environs.-  Collection, including: substantial detailed plan of properties along High Street, West Hackney, and related schedule (with detail of shopkeepers) in a Thyssen deed of 1835, together with other deeds, copies of court rolls, abstracts of title etc. for properties in Hornsey, Stoke Newington, Clapton, Islington, Hatton Garden etc., with copies of earlier deeds,  1814-95; and printed Acts relating to Finsbury Square, most documents on vellum, some soiling, v.s., v.d. (17 pieces)

1248

1863

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1863 VELLUM INDENTURE CLARKE DAWKINS PADDINGTON DATE:- 26th OCTOBER 1863. THIS ORIGINAL HANDWRITTEN INDENTURE ON A SINGLE SHEET OF VELLUM HAS A SMALL COLOURED PLAN IN THE LEFT MARGIN. THE VELLUM ITSELF WAS SOLD BY MOULTON & SON OF CHANCERY LANE. IT IS BETWEEN HENRY DANIEL CLARKE of the one part and FREDERICK DAWKINS of the other part. THE MATTER CONCERNS THE LEASE OF LAND AND PROPERTY AS SHOWN IN THE PLAN, BEING 74 CIRENCESTER STREET, PADDINGTON, LONDON. THE INDENTURE HAS 2 BLUE REVENUE STAMPS AND A RED WAX SEAL. Condition. In excellent condition with the usual folding creases.

Clarke

Dawkins

1249

1864

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1864 VELLUM INDENTURE DAWKINS BARTER PADDINGTON NO RESERVE DATE:- 27th DECEMBER 1864. THIS ORIGINAL HANDWRITTEN INDENTURE ON A SINGLE SHEET OF VELLUM IS BETWEEN FREDERICK DAWKINS of Conduit Street, Paddington? of the one part and WILLIAM BARTER of 50 Hall .....? of the other part. THE MATTER CONCERNS LAND AND PROPERTY BEING 74 CIRENCESTER STREET, PADDINGTON, LONDON. THE INDENTURE HAS ONE BLUE REVENUE STAMP AND 2 RED WAX SEALS. Condition. In excellent condition with the usual folding creases.

Dawkins

Barter

1250

1864/1870

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1864/70 DOUBLE VELLUM DEED CIRENCESTER ST PADDINGTON NO RESERVE DATE:- 28th DECEMBER 1864. THIS IS A DOUBLE, ORIGINAL HANDWRITTEN INDENTURE ON A SINGLE SHEET OF VELLUM, THE FIRST DATED AS ABOVE AND THE SECOND, WRITTEN ON THE VERSO WITH ITS OWN REVENUE STAMP AND RED WAX SEALS, DATED 4TH JANUARY 1870.  THE FIRST (ALSO WITH A BLUE REVENUE STAMP AND ONE RED WAX SEAL) IS A MORTGAGE AND IS BETWEEN WILLIAM BARTER of the one part and BRIDGET HAWES of the other part. THE SECOND IS BETWEEN THE SAME TWO PARTIES AND RECORDS THE FULL PAYMENT OF THE MORTGAGE. THE MATTER CONCERNS LAND AND PROPERTY BEING 74 CIRENCESTER STREET, PADDINGTON, LONDON. Condition. In excellent condition with the usual folding creases.

Barter

Hawes

1251

1808-1814

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SPCK Bible purchased by me at a car boot sale. Two loose sheets were inside with the following details:
Sheet 1
William and Elizabeth Rawbone
No. 66 Fleet Market
John and Elizabeth Rawbone
(London)          (Islip) Oxon.
Sheet 2
John Rawbone Born 3rd April 1808 at Six O'Clock in the Evening, at No. 66 Fleet Market, Christened on the 4th May in the same year at St. Andrew's Church, Holborn, London.
Elizabeth Hannah Rawbone, Born 12 January 1810 at 3 O'Clock in the Morning at No. 66 Fleet Market, Christened on the 12 Feb in the same year at St. Andrew's Church Holborn, London, Died at Aylesbury the ?? July 1810
Margaret Rawbone, Born 23 May 1811 at 1 O'clock in the afternoon, at 66 Fleet Market, Christened on the ?? June in the same year at St. Andrew Holborn, London, Died ??
William Rawbone, Born 16th July 1812 at 2 O'Clock in the Morning at No. 66 Fleet Market, Christened on the ?? August in the same year at St. Andrews Church Holborn, London
Mary Rawbone, Born 13th July 1814 at 4 O'Clock in the Morning at No. 66 Fleet Market, Christened on the ?? August in same year at St. Andrews Church Holborn, London
Thomas, Born 22nd July 1816 at Nine O'Clock in the Morning at No. 66 Fleet Market, Christened at the Parish Church of St Andrew Holborn, London on the ?? of January 1817
Elizabeth, Born 12th June 1818 at 8 O'Clock in the Morning at Eden Grove, Holloway

Rawbone

1252

1839

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A vellum Indenture measuring 65 cm x 48 cm approx being a Lease for a year of a messuage or tenement, garden and piece or parcel of land dated 26 September 1839.  The document is unfortunately somewhat vague as to the location of the property and mentions and annexed indenture which is missing. Susannah Bridges to Robert Saxby. Parties:

Susannah BRIDGES, Widow of Lewisham, Kent (the sole heiress at law and in Gavelkind of Charles Stevens late of Compton Street, Clerkenwell, Middlesex, Gentleman deceased)
Robert SAXBY Esquire of Dunsdale Cottage, Westerham, Kent

Document signed by: Susannah Bridges. Condition: A bit discoloured and creased.

Bridges

Stevens

Saxby

1253

1882

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Vellum Indenture on two sheets dated 30 August 1882. This document is a Lease for 21 years of a messuage or dwellinghouse, shop and premises in Walworth Road in the parish of St Mary Newington, Surrey which I understand is now part of the Borough of Southwark, London with a later Surrender endorsed on the back of the document. The document has a fascinating Schedule of Fixtures and Fittings for each room including amongst others "a Bathroom with a Body Bath as fixed with cold water supply waste pipe and plug" in 1882! Parties to Document:

Henry John Mathews of 2 Goldsmid Road, Brighton, Sussex
James Alfred Staverton Mathews of 40 Cathcart Road, South Kensington
Mary Ann Beeching of 2 Goldsmid Road, Brighton wife of Frank Beeching
George Hollands baker of 17 Walworth Road, Surrey

Other Names Mentioned include: Frank Beeching, Peter Mathews, Henry Hollands, Alfred Christy Hollands, Frank Staverton Beeching. Signed by: H J Mathews, J A Staverton Mathews, M A Beeching. Witness: Ellen Mathews , Montague W Hunt. Condition: A bit discoloured and creased but written in a neat hand with three red seals which what appears to be a lion rampant. Size: 70 cm x 55 cm approx.

Matthews

Beeching

Hollands

Hunt

1254

1725

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A 2 page vellum indenture dated 10th March 1725 relating to property in Well Street, Hackney between Henry Longbotham of Hackney (gent.) + Elizabeth his wife, Benjamin Devinck of Hackney (gent.). The second page is a schedule and contains a full description of the property, i.e. "In the brewhouse a pump with a leaden pipe to the place where a Copper did stand with a brase Cork...under back a large cooler...", etc. Has 2 signatures and seals. There are witness signatures on the reverse. Has been folded.

Longbotham

Devinck

1255

1896

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CONVEYANCE OF 2 PLOTS OF LAND,HAMPSTEAD,1896. ANTIQUE  CONVEYANCE & PLAN  BETWEEN THE HAMPSTEAD WEST HEATH LAND CO, AND ALFRED F.YARROW,OF WOODLANDS, BLACKHEATH....FOR 2 PLOTS OF LAND BOUNDED BY WEST HAMPSTEAD AVENUE,KIDDERPORE AVENUE & REDINGTON ROAD.....WITH SEALS & SIGNATURES.......MEASURES  APPROX 27" WIDE X 20" LONG.....HAS BEEN FOLDED FOR MANY YEARS... IN GOOD CONDITION.

Yarrow

1256

1788

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1788 indenture between Robert durrant & reverend Robert hare of Sussex to john lefevre & charles smith in the county of Middlesex in the  reign of king George lll , this indenture is signed by durrant, hare, & lefevre & the wax seals are still intact,this indenture is of 7 pages,  in very good condition for it's age.

Durrant

Hare

Lefevre

1257

1832

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Indenture from 1832. It is a mortgage agreement made on the 28 January 1832 between Thomas Dewey and John Samuel Story for The White Hart Inn, South Mims, Middlesex, for the sum of £580.

Names include:
Thomas Dewey
John Samuel Story
Joseph Field
Robert Fossick
William Holloway

Includes 1 wax seal and signature, 2 others have been removed. It is 73cm wide and 55cm long. Condition is good - It is grubby where it has been folded and stored, but the actual written pages are clear and legible with very few marks. There is slight wear and fade to the words where it is folded. Two of the seals and signatures have been cut out, and an attempt has been made to remove the pages as there is a slice just above the seals on the front page.

Dewey

Story

Field

Fossick

Holloway

1258

1736

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Original Mortgage Indenture from Cornwell Manor in England, produced on February 25th, 1736, written on full vellum (animal skin) with full, flowing handwriting written with period ink still very legible, although faded lightly in spots. There are numerous signatures and wax seals, all like they were set and pressed only a few years ago. In excellent condition, and measuring a whopping 33" x 29," it has no stains or tears and remains in amazing shape. The 2 seals are intact and in GREAT shape. The indenture seems to be a loan for 600 pounds a deceased relative. Names mentioned include John Penyston, and his daughter Anne, both of Cornwell, George Quill, Robert Bicknell, John Bicknell, William Martin, William Horz, as well as Henrietta Patton and John Horsley. Affixed with a red wax seals on fabric. Inscribed on the back are the witnesses and other writing.

From the images the first parties were George Quill, late Citizen and Salter of London and now of ffarnham in the County of Surry, Gentleman, and .....? late of London and now of Mariam? in the County of Northampton, Gentleman. The second parties were Robert Manwaring of ffarnham and Ann his wife, late Ann Penyston spinster and one of the daughters of John Penyston late of Cornwell in the County of Oxford, Clerk, deceased. The third parties were Dame Henrietta Hatton of the parish of Hartington in the County of Bedford, widow and John Horsley of ....? in the County of Middlesex. Also refers to Rebecca Turner and Leonard Hancock.

Quill

Manwaring

Penyston

Hatton

Horsley

Turner

Hancock

Bicknell

Martin

Horz

1259

1874

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1874 vellum document,  5 piece concerning mortgage of 193 Brompton Road Middlesex stamps to the value of  30s  4 seals  extensive grubbiness in particular to cover and 1st page, small sketch on bottom of 1st page, some fading to text. From the image the parties were the Trustees of the will of the late Chas. Aldin to Mr W Benjamin

Aldin

Benjamin

1260

1899

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Draft copy of Assignment of shares and interest in two leasehold houses being nos 144 and 148 Victoria Street,Westminster, Middlesex. Between E T Edwards Esquire and Mrs A M Edwards - Memorial registered in Middlesex 9th December 1899. 73,45 No 39 A J Oliver 56, Coleman St  LC. Beale & Martin, Reading.

Condition:  Good - Back is soiled through frequent handling. Indenture wording is fine, in two pages with additional end piece, corners are bent.

Edwards

1261

1896

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ORIGANAL DOCUMENT, VELUM INDENTURE, ASSIGMENT, 1896

NoS 2 THROUGH TO 10 24&25 SOUTH VILLAS, CAMDEN SQUARE,CAMDEN TOWN-LONDON

THE LEASEHOLD INVESTMENT COMPANY LIMITED, OSWALD AUGUSTUS SMITH & FREDERICK HENRY NORMAN, BOTH OF THE SUM INSURANCE OFFICE, 63 THREDNEEDLE STREET-LONDON

HENRY LABOUCHERE OF 5 OLD PALACE YARD-CITY OF WESTMINSTER M.P

MANY OTHER NAMES MENTIONED

2 RED WAX SEALS, COMPANY SEAL & 2 RED DUTY STAMPS, 28 X 22 INCHES, GREAT CONDITION

Smith

Norman

Labouchere

1262

1892

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ORIGANAL DOCUMENT, VELUM INDENTURE, COUNTERPART LEASE

No 12 MACROOM ROAD-PADDINGTON-LONDON

THE ECCLESIASTICAL COMMISIONERS OF ENGLAND BY THE DIRECTION OF E.VIGERS, No31 FERNHEAD ROAD-PADDINGTON-LONDON

WESTMINSTER CHAPTER ESTATE PLUS OTHER NAMES

1 RED WAX SEAL, 1 IMPRESSED PAPER DUTY STAMP, PLAN, 28 X 24 INCHES, GREAT CONDITION

Vigers

1263

1798

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ORIGANAL DOCUMENT, MANORIAL, 1798, "THE MANOR OF HACKNEY" COMMONLY CALLED THE LORD HOLD LONDON

ADMISSION OF
ANN STEVENS
JOHN DAVIES

HOUSES IN HOMERTON STREET
JAMES SCOTT-TOWER HILL LONDON
11 X 16 INCHES, VELUM, GREAT CONDITION

Stevens

Davies

Scott

1264

1848

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1848 Vellum indenture, Mile End, Middlesex & Seal
Location: Premises known as No’s. 12 and 13 Union Place, Redmans Row in Mile End, Middlesex.
Persons Involved: George Gifford and John Cowdell.
Contents: This indenture concerns a counterpart to a lease in relation to the property described above. Whereby Glifford is leasing the property to Cowdell. Details about the persons involved are given including their occupations. Brief information about the property is provided and the document closes with the rights and legal obligations of the persons involved along with the terms and conditions of the lease.
Document: On vellum it remains in excellent condition except that the duty stamp on the left has been cut out. Written in English the words are clear and legible throughout. On a single leaf it measures approximately 28 ½ inches by 22 ½ inches. Indented along the top, there is nice calligraphy at the start of the document. At the base is a signature with a red wax seal. On the reverse there is a single signature.

Gifford

Cowdell

1265

1867

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VELLUM INDENTURE, 1867, CONVEYANCE OF A PIECE OF GROUND WITH TWO HOUSES, Nos 5&6 HAMPTON TERRACE WICK ROAD TEDDINGTON LONDON, NOW Nos 22&24 WICK ROAD. THOMAS HENRY SIMSON, ELLEN CATHERINE TIMS, JAMES WESTON CLAYTON, WALTER SCADDING, HENRY LEONARD HUTCHINSON. OTHER PLACES MENTIONED: TWICKENHAM & KINGSTON BRANCH RAILWAY, SANDY LANE, KINGSTON TURNPIKE ROAD. 1 RED WAX SEAL, DUTY STAMP, PLAN, 28 X 21 INCHES, GREAT CONDITION

Simson

Tims

Clayton

Scadding

Hutchinson

1266

1866

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VELLUM INDENTURE, 1866, LEASE, GROUND & MESSUAGE No3 SOUTH VILLAS, CAMDEN SQUARE, CAMDEN TOWN - LONDON. THE ENCLOSED DOCUMENT IS SIGNED BY: THE MOST HONOURABLE JOHN CHARLES MARQUIS CAMDEN WITH SEAL, THR REV THOMAS RANDOLPH KENTISH TOWN IN THE CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF ST PAUL LONDON, WILLIAM HENRY MANSBRIDGE & JOSIAH MANSBRIDGE, B. HEATHCOTE, HENRY GIBSON & H. WALTER SMITH (66 LINCOLNS INN FIELDS LONDON ). 2 LEAF VELLUM DOCUMENT, 4 RED WAX SEALS, DUTY STAMPS, PLAN, 29 X 24 INCHES

Camden

Randolph

Mansbridge

Heathcote

Gibson

Smith

1267

1878

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VELLUM INDENTURE, 1878, DUPLICATE DEED, COLERAINE PARK ESTATE TOTTENHAM, 49 TO 67 POYNTON ROAD. SIR WILLIAM JOHN WALTER BAYNES (BARONET), THOMAS CHAPMAN, BENJAMIN BUCK GREENE, JOHN GEORGE MACLEAN. 5 RED WAX SEALS, 6 DUTY STAMPS, 27 X 22 INCHES

Baynes

Chapman

Greene

MacLean

1268

1846

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VELUM INDENTURE, 1846, MORTGAGE, No 10 MARY STREET, PARISH OF ALL SAINTS,POPLAR-LONDON. JOHN SANDERSON-POPLAR, JOHN CARTER-POPLAR, WILLIAM HENRY CULLEN-POPLAR. 5 RED WAX SEALS, 4 BLUE DUTY STAMPS, 28 X 23 INCHES

Sanderson

Carter

Cullen

1269

1869

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VELLUM INDENTURE, 1869, MORTGAGE OF LEASHOLD PREMISES BEING 8 HOUSES ON THE WESTWARD FROM PARK ROAD, HAVERSTOCK HILL LONDON. JAMES COPP-KENTISH TOWN-LONDON, SAMUEL SCHWEITZER, THOMAS SPURDENS, THOMAS BREMNER ALL OF 6 GREAT JAMES STREET-BEDFORD ROW-LONDON. OTHER PLACES NAMED: ST JOHNS PARK,HAMPSTEAD LONDON, 42 GREAT JAMES STREET LONDON. 1 RED WAX SEAL, DUTY STAMP, 27 X 22 INCHES

Copp

Schweitzer

Spurdens

Bremner

1270

1872

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VELLUM INDENTURE, 1875, MORTGAGE, No 22 RICHMOND GARDENS, SHEPHERDS BUSH MIDDLESEX-LONDON. JEAN FRANCOIS VAN CAMP, THE RT HON THOMAS GEORGE, EARL OF LICHFIELD, THE RT HON HENRY FREDERICK COWPER OF No 5 ST JAMES SQUARE CITY OF WESTMINSTER-LONDON, THOMAS HUGHES OF LINCOLNS INN-LONDON. OTHER PLACE NAMES: CHARECROFT ESTATE.  1 RED WAX SEAL, 28 X 23 INCHES

Van Camp

Lichfield

Cowper

Hughes

1271

1882

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VELLUM INDENTURE, 1882, COUNTERPART LEASE OF No24 PEMBURY AVENUE -TOTTENHAM - LONDON. WILLIAM BARLOW, JAMES HARPER, HARRY HARPER. OTHER PLACES MENTIONED: EDMONTON-RUSKIN ROAD. 2 RED WAX SEALS, DUTY STAMP, PLAN, 28 X 24 INCHES

Barlow

Harper

1272

1881-1898

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VELLUM INDENTURE, 1881-1898, MORTGAGE OF LAND & HOUSE AT FITZJOHNS AVENUE-HAMPSTEAD-LONDON. RICHARD HARRIS, RICHARD ONSLOW, ARTHUR GEORGE PARSON, JANE MATTHEWS DUNCAN. OTHER PLACE MENTIONED: 21 LEADENHALL STREET LONDON. 2 LEAF VELLUM DOCUMENT, 5 RED WAX SEALS, 5 DUTY STAMPS, 28 X 22 INCHES

Harris

Onslow

Parson

Duncan

1273

1892

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VELLUM INDENTURE, 1892, LEASE, No 12 MACROOM ROAD PADDINGTON - LONDON. EDWARD VIGERS OF 31 FERNHEAD-PADDINGTON, SAMUEL KENDALL OF 25 DENHOLME ROAD-PADDINGTON, THE ECCLESIASTICAL COMMISSIONERS OF ENGLAND, CLUTTONS 9 WHITEHALL PLACE LONDON. 2 RED WAX SEALS, DUTY STAMPS, PLAN, LETTER ENCLOSED, WAFFER SEAL, 28 X 24 INCHES

Vigers

Kendall

1274

1892

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ORIGINAL PROBATE OF WILL MAGARET NORTH (SPINSTER) OF ARCHER ROAD, HOLLOWAY - LONDON. 21 X 15 INCHES

North

1275

1868

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VELLUM INDENTURE, 1868, LEASE OF HOUSE ON THE NORTH SIDE OF KILBURN PARK ROAD PADDINGTON LONDON. THE ENCLOSED DCOUMENT IS SIGNED BY:

THE HON SIR GEORGE ROSE

THE RT REV FATHER IN GOD ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL LORD BISHOP OF LONDON

CHRISTOPHER HODGSON OF DEANS YARD WESTMINSTER

THE HON SIR GEORGE ROSE OF HYDE PARK GARDENS LONDON

THOMAS SOMERS COCKS OF CHARRING CROSS WESTMINSTER

THE RT REV FATHER IN GOD ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL LORD BISHOP OF LONDON

JOHN ALLE

GEORGE TAYLOR

OTHER PLACE MENTIONED: LINCOLNS INN HALL. 2 LEAF VELLUM DOCUMENT, 6 RED WAX SEALS, DUTY STAMPS, PLAN, 28 X 24 INCHES

Rose

Campbell

Hodgson

Cocks

Alle

Taylor

1276

1844

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An indenture relating to the assignment of a leasehold of a messuage situated at 13 Rodney Street, Pentonville, Middlesex. Between George Peter, James Rowley and John Gibson.

27th September 1844. Manuscript in English on vellum. Condition - light to moderate browning. Signatures and wax seals.  Revenue and tax stamps. 60 by 70 cm

Peter

Rowley

Gibson

1277

1750s-1760s

Bloomsbury 27 Oct 2011

82

Hawkesworth Estate Papers.- Collection, including: correspondence (much with George Clapham of Clifton, near Bradford), accounts, bills, a few billheads etc. some domestic, manuscripts, letters etc., folds, most well preserved, v.s., v.d., mostly 1750s - 60s (lge. qty).

Includes: "Joanna Grice [crossed out] Perkins Succeeded Mrs. Rooksby, Hoop Petticoat-maker at ye Blue Spire & Golden Ball in Pickadilly, is Remov'd to Mr Coussins at ye Seven Stars in Pall-mall near S. James's Street. Likewise Makes all sorts of Quilted Petticoates Rec.d. April 28 1753 of Mrs Hawksworth thereteen shillings for a Hoop… Joanna Perkins"; Oct. ye 3d 1750 Pd turnpikes betwixt Darnton Durham 1:2"; Agricultural unrest: "Go to Thomas Cravens of Dewsbury; If any body attempt to break down his fence discharge them & tell 'em they will be prosecuted by Mr Hawksworth… Sr. Before I got to Dewsbury the ffences were broke down the above are the principal with a mob of 2 or 300 … Bradford monday afternoon W Bentley".

Clapham

Grice

Perkins

Rooksby

Coussins

Hawksworth

Cravens

Bentley

1278

1642, 1665-1687

Bloomsbury 27 Oct 2011

100

Wood family (merchants, of London and Littleton Park, Staines, Middlesex, site of Shepperton Studios) Correspondence from their London agent John Pack mostly to Thomas Wood, c. 230 letters, numerous pages, v.s., v.d., 1642, 1665-87, on a wide range of subjects, mostly business, "I have revd. yr. with the empty box which I have fillid with sugar of 5d. ye pound; & that wth the glasse salvore & one browne paper with the severall egredients I doe now send yrs. by John Loton; on Saterday toward Eveninge came hether ond mr. ffirth, from ye Mercury office on ye bank side side of ye Exchange, I beinge then from home, I went to his office & he told me… hee had order from mr. walmsley to make sale of Brathwaite", "I… have sent ye inclosed to to Mr. Wm Direr & ye Book of gardninge…"; The protestation which ye Knights Citizens & Burgesses in ye Comons house of plament made ye 3 of May 1642, manuscript, in two different hands, some stains, 1642 & later; 2 account books, manuscripts, together 374pp., numerous other accounts loosely inserted, original vellum, yellowed and soiled, covers splayed, 1696-1704 & 1717-31; and an 18th century Recovery deed relating to the Wood family, v.s., v.d. (qty).

Wood

Pack

Loton

ffirth

Direr

1279

1780-1800

Bloomsbury 27 Oct 2011

117

Wine merchant.- Wright (John, wine merchant, of Oporto and Russell Court, Drury Lane, author of "An Essay on Wines", fl. 1795) [Commonplace Book with business notes relating to the wine trade, poetry and moral advice to Wright's children], autograph manuscript signed, signed and initialled in several places, 124pp., in brown ink, reverse entries, later ink inscription: "Book written by my great grandfather (maternal) Dr. Wright Ann Statham", a few pages with a small tear at tail, some inner hinges strengthened with tape, browned, 19th century morocco-backed boards, rubbed, 8vo, 16th May 1780 - July 1800.

Poetry includes: "A Maw Wallup by Dr. Swift [?William Bailey] This is execrably abominable, but it shows genius & the humour of its author [ESTC lists 2 broadsheets extant only of this poem, 1 in Huntington Library and 1 in National Library of Ireland, c. 1780 & 1790].

Moral advice includes: "On Sense and Nonsense. Good sense and nonsense when well timed are delightful but light, airy, diverting will carry the palm. My Charles will be an excellent scholar and have fine abilities but I dread he will pay too little attention to please others but my lovely Euphemia with a cultivated and admirable understanding when serious will always be sensible… . Study your sister my dear Charles, of your sense I have no doubt but i wish you to study to please, to talk nonsense well… ."

Wine Trade includes: "10 June two letters to Mr Bridges informing him his wines were charged at 61,500 pr pipe that his money is with its interest 483,279 + 3,840 = to 487,119 - Paid for eight pipes of wine at 61,500 amounts to 492,000 reis."

Wright

Statham

1280

1417

Dominic Winter 19 Sep 2012

477

Medieval Deed - Middlesex. A grant by John Legge on Enfield, County Middlesex, to Thomas Howe, Maltman, of an acre of land, 14th June 1417, vellum deed in Latin with indentured top and tag without seal, the deed noting that if Howe is required to pay any manner of rent for the three roods, other than a red rose annually at Michaelmas to Legge, this charter shall remain valid, old dampstaining without loss of legibility, 12 x 27.5 cm, neatly presented on a hinged mount with printed caption and details above and below

Legge

Howe

1281

1892

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An indenture relating to the lease of land with a messuage known as 29 Burnaby Gardens, Chiswick. Coloured plan. Between William Nathanial Troy, Edgar John Cleaver and Alfred John Burrell. Dated 11th July 1892 Manuscript in English on vellum. A section has been cut from the top right hand corner, I think where the tax revenue stamp would be. Signatures, wax seals. 60X45cm folded

Troy

Cleaver

Burrell

1282

1784

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FASCINATING HANDWRITTEN ENGLISH  VELLUM INDENTURE DATED 11TH OCTOBER, 1784. Document is written on vellum parchment in medieval formatted ink, signed also on verso. Land deed/lease agreement for Thomas Knolles Gosnell, of the Council of Shadwell,Middlesex (Stockbroker),  Thomas Shuter, St Luke, Middlesex (Gentleman), and Francis Majory, a wine merchant from Ludlow in the county of Salop .  Storage creases and a few minor edge tears but remains in great shape, ink nice and clean and edges with minimal wear, with two original wax seals and tax stamps intact with designs,  as shown. Also great calligraphic header. Measures 27” x 15”.
From the images the indenture relates to a sale of several properties from Gosnell and Shuter to Majery. One property is called Westybrook in Trubury? in the countyu of Worcester and was formerly in the occupation of Gilbert Cox, now of Thomas Reynolds and Thomas Bray. Also a property in the parish of Little herford in the county of Hereford

Gosnell

Shuter

Majory

Cox

Reynolds

Bray

1283

1776

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A nice indenture, dating to 1776, on waxed paper between Rowland Davis of Eton, Buckinghamshire, Glazier and Mary his wife and William Bicknell of Old Bond Street of the first part and the Reverend John Cleobury of Great Marlow in Buckinghamshire of the other part.  The document states Mary was the daughter of Ezekiel Jefferies, Gentleman, late of Cookham, Berkshire, deceased.  Others mentioned: John Thompson, John Wakeling and John Cleobury. The document is regarding the sale of messuages orchards and gardens in Great Marlow, Buckinghamshire.  Measures approx 17" by 23"
Signed by Rowland and Mary Davis and William Bicknell, beside red wax seals.

Davis

Bicknell

Jefferies

Thompson

Wakeling

Cleobury

1284

1751

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A nice indenture, dating to 1751, on waxed paper between Rowland Davis of Eaton, Buckinghamshire, Glazier and Mary his wife and John Thompson of St George Hanover Square, Middlesex.  The document states Mary was the daughter of Ezekiel Jefferies, late of Cookham, Berkshire.  Others mentioned: Elizabeth Elliott, wid of Great Marlow, and Richard Lake of the same. The document is regarding the sale of messuages and tenements in Great Marlow, Buckinghamshire.  Measures approx 18" by 21"
Signed by Rowland and Mary Davis beside red wax seals

Davis

Thompson

Jefferies

Elliott

Lake

1285

1788

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Excellent condition indenture dated 1788 and concerning land perhaps near Crowborough in Sussex, yet signed by Michell (Mitchells ?) from Somerset, it looks like. Signatories are Robert, Matthew and Thomas Michell(as best we can read them) and sealed in wax. Size of the indenture is 20” x 30” approx and it’s in very good clean condition.
From the images this is a Lease for a year from Mr Robert Mitchell Esq and others to Mr William Baldock and his Trustee, dated 23 December 1788. William Baldock was a Brewer of the City of Canterbury. A Matthew Mitchell is also referred to, he may have been a Dragoon (Dragoons is mentioned) and may have been of the City of Westminster. The parish of Ickham in Kent is also mentioned

Mitchell

Baldock

1286

1857

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Paper indenture dated 25th August 1857 and is a marriage settlement naming Miss Jackson and Alfred Thompson the later being late of Jamaica in the West Indies a Gentleman also Mary Jackson from Beaconsfield in Bucks, John Ashton from Colnbrook in Bucks and lastly William Keate from Hoxton in Middlesex a Jeweller.

The document concerns 2 cottages in Beaconsfield Bucks at Aylesbury end also a further 2 cottages with stable at the same placeand a further 27 dwellings listed in the schedule, there are 12 large paper sheets of manuscript.

Jackson

Thompson

Ashton

Keate

1287

1866

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Indenture for the mortgage of 6 Oxford rd. Islington, Middlesex, England. Between Mr T. I. Southall? to C.W. Davis Esq. Dated 17th Sept 1866. For 150 pounds. Beautiful grade indenture with all stamps and seals. measures 55 x 69cm, two pages.

Southall

Davis

1288

1801

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A vellum indenture dated 12th January 1801 between Elizabeth Winter of Arundel (widow), Joseph Thackeray of St. James Street, Westminster (wine merchant), Thomas Winter of St. James Street, Westminster (taylor) and John Winter of St. James Street, Westminster (wine merchant). It relates to property in Siddlesham. Has four seals and signatures with witness and received signatures on the reverse. Has been folded.

Winter

Thackeray

1289

1897

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1897 Indenture Vellum Document with a wax seal, tax stamps, color drawing, and signatures of Charles Penny of "Altamira" Stonebridge Park Willesden in the County of Middlesex, the lessor and George Penny of 40 Charlton Road, Harlesden, the lessee.  It relates to a 99 year lease for a property at no. 9 St George's Villas on the West side of Shrewsbury Road in Willesden.

Penny

1290

1908

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An indenture relating to the lease of the Bentley Priory Estate with property and land in the parishes of Great Stanmore and Harrow Weald, Middlesex. 4 pages with 2 large fold out coloured plans on linen. Between The Right Honourable Edward Earl of Bessborough, Clarendon Golding Hyde (acting executor of the will of Frederick Gordon) and Frances de Tenac. Dated 31st January 1908. Manuscript in English on vellum. Signatures, wax seals, tax revenue stamp. Condition - light browning, creasing, patchy staining. Size - 45X31 cm

Bessborough

Hyde

Gordon

de Tenac

1291

1850

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A 6 page vellum indenture dated 28th July 1858 between Martha Doverdale Frampton and Molly Day Frampton, both of 82 Oxford Terrarce, Hyde Park (spinsters). The Reverend Charle thomas Farmpton of Leverstock Green, Stratford (clerk), John Dekewer Frampton of 82 Oxford Terrace (esq.), Frederick Villiamy of Ipswich, Suffolk (esq.) + Ann Maria his wife, Harriet Spearman of 82 Oxford Terrace (widow), Sarah Frampton and Jane Broome Frampton of 8 Oxford Terrace (spinsters(, Anthony Bowlby of 17 Serjeant Inn, Fleet Street (gent.) and James Crowdy of 17 Serjeant Inn (gent.). It relates to the Frampton Park Estate, Hackney. Has nine seals and ten signatures with witness signatures on the reverse. Each pages has a revenue stamp. Has been folded.

Frampton

Villiamy

Spearman

Bowlby

Crowdy

1292

1780

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This is a copy of an Indenture is between William Lloyd of the first part, Richard Partington and Joseph Partington of St. Andrew, Holborn of the second part, Thomas Burnett of Exeter of the third part.  It related to a substantial loan paid to Lloyd by Burnett the security for which appears to be properties in Queen Charlottes Row, Paddington.  It is dated 2nd February 1780.

It consists of 4 pages (8 sides).  The pages measure approx. 32cm x 20cm.  It has three horizontal folds.  Unusually for a document of this type, the script is printed (rather than handwritten).  There is script on seven out of eight sides.  At the bottom of the seventh side is an attestation stating that this is a copy of the original deed and the copy was made 2nd February 1792.

It is in reasonable condition.  There are some small tears and the edges are crumpled.  The inside is clean.  The outside is a little grubby, especially along the fold lines.

Lloyd

Partington

Burnett

1293

1866

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English Land Indenture. One page, 27.5" x 22", Rainham, Kent, England, June 28, 1866, between the Wakeleys of Rainham and Webster Bulchel of London. Attached to foam board. Very fine.
From the images, the parties were Thomas Stanley Wakeley, William Henry Wakeley and Richard Mansfield Wakeley, merchants and exporters of the one part and Webster Butcher of ...? int he City of London, Gentleman of the other part. Appears to concern nos. 11, 13 and 15 Langton Street, posibly in the parish of St Lukes, Middlesex.

Wakeley

Butcher

1294

1849

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1849 Vellum Indenture Assignment of Mortgage, Glaucus Street, Bromley by Bow. 2 page Assignment of Mortgage on this property, now situated in Tower Hamlets. Reference is made to previous documents and there are several contracting parties. Documents referred to include 1845 Lease between Andrew German and Messrs Hayns, 1847 Indenture between Rev. Charles Wood and Messrs Hayns prior to this assignment of Charles Wood's Mortgage to Thomas Freeman. Some soiling to back of indenture but overall very good and complete with revenue stamp and three signed seals.  2 sheets measure 72 x 58 and 70 x 53cm.

German

Hayns

Wood

Freeman

1295

1898

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An interesting Legal Indenture dated 1898. Four pages of script mentioning the following names and places... Harold Campbell Nelson of 14 Collingham Gardens, Kensington, Sarah Margaret Nelson, Arthur Telford Simpson, The Temple, Goring-on-Thames. John Hewetson Brown, City of Carlisle. Thomas Boustead Nelson of Dallington, Northamptonshire etc.   Condition is very good with a small pin hole to the first page. Slight edge wear to folds and corners.

Nelson

Simpson

Brown

1296

1913

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Vellum deed/document. Indenture. Re - Assignment of No 3 Lammas Park Gardens, Ealing Middlesex. Booklet format. Dated 1913. 3 red seals. From the image the parties were Joseph Kingham, formerly of West Lodge, Ealing Green but now of Pinchures?, Clive Vale, Hastings in the County of Sussex Esquire of the one part and Charles Walter Scott of the Estate Office, Church End Station, Finchley, Middlesex, Builder and Charles Phillipps of 50 Muswell Road, Muswell Hill, Builder of the other part.

Kingham

Scott

Phillipps

1297

1862

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NICE OLD MORTGAGE DATED 1 APRIL 1862. MR WILLIAM BUDDLE TO MICHAEL BRANKSTON FOR LAND IN BARNET. WITH FURTHER CHARGE 23 JUNE 1862. From the image the property appears to have been in Friern Barnet.

Buddle

Brankston

1298

1901

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1901 vellum indenture of a lease of Stables in Symonds Yard, Bethnal Green E2. A vellum indenture dated 8th January 1901 between Rev. William Ayers (Clerk in Holy Orders) of 11 Victoria Road, Clapham Common and Lazarus Goldman of 19 Phipp Street, Curtain Road (Timber Merchant). Comprises 4 sheets (8 sides).

Size: Each sheet - 40 x 25 cm     

It relates to the granting of a 21 year lease on Stables at Symonds Yard, Chance Street, Bethnal Green to Lazarus Goldman from 25th December 1900, at a rent of £30 per annum. A single seal and signature are present along with the necessary witnessing. A colour coded map of the premises forms part of the indenture.

Ayers

Goldman

1299

1870

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Original Vellum Indenture is a mortgage dated 29 January 1870 in part and the final part is 22 April 1873.  It is between the (lender) William Thomas Smith, gentleman formerly of Piccadilly but now of 40 Pall Mall and Eden Fisher a stationer of 50 Lombard Street in the City of London.  The property was 27 Coleshill Street, Pimlico.  The sum was £250 and the date it was completed must have been 19873 when final payment was made.

The Waxed paper parchment is in excellent condition and Bears all the Stamps including Blue Tax Stamp and Crown , and individual wax seals.  Measures 74cm x55cm.  The indenture will be folded for postage/shipping.

Eden Fisher was a famous publisher in the City of London. Mentions a property leased to William Hardcastle. Witnessed by Edw Stone, Clerk to Messrs Morris Stone & Co of 5 Finsbury Circus, London.

Smith

Fisher

Hardcastle

Stone

1300

1866

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BEAUTIFUL 1866 DATED VELLUM INDENTURE WITH LOVELY SEALS TO BASE. FROM CHARLES FREAKE , SOUTH KENSINGTON TO W BAINES  ESQ M.D. ,  BROMPTON , BOTH IN MIDDLESEX. VERY GOOD CONDITION.
From the images the document is an Assignment of No. 11 Gantry, New Onslow Gardens, Brompton, Middlesex.

Freake

Baines