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Lot No.

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301

1855

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1855 English Vellum Indenture

Handwritten vellum indenture dated 1855 with one red wax seal. The indenture pertains to deal with a lease of Premises in Compton Mews Saint Paneras Middlesex between several parties names of Charles Harkey of the York Road Saint Paneras Middlesex Contractor of the one part and Thomas  George of Compton Mews Brunswick Square Middlesex, Blacksmith of the other part.  Large fancy printed vignette, Blue Tax Revenue Stamp, and 1 red wax seal.  Fine condition, measures approx 28 x 23.

Harkey

George

 

 

 

 

 

302

1855

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1855 English Vellum Indenture

Handwritten vellum indenture dated 1855 with five red wax seals. The indenture pertains to deal with a mortgage and a Reassignment between several parties names of Fredrick Thomas Tucker of No 53 Southampton Street Pentonville in the county of Middlesex Gentleman of the first part and Sophia Wyndham Cuthbert Harrland of No 41 Great Ormond Street in the said county Spinster of the other part.  Large fancy printed vignette, Blue Tax Revenue Stamp, Orange tax revenue stamp, and 5 red wax seals.  Fine condition, measures approx 28 x 23.

Tucker

Harrland

 

 

 

 

 

303

1858

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1858 English Vellum Indenture

Handwritten vellum indenture dated 1858 with two red wax seals. The indenture pertains to deal with a conveyance of Two freehold messuages No 10 and 11 Plough Alley St. George East Middlesex between several parties names of Thomas Blake of Mercers Place Commercial ROad East in the county of Middlesex Gentleman and William Blake of Number 51 Moorgate Street in the City of London Surveyer of the first part and William Mansfield of James Street Bethnal Green in the county of Middlesex Wheelwright of the second part and William John Ellis of King Willaim Street in the city of London Gentleman of the third part.  Large fancy printed vignette, Blue Tax Revenue Stamp, and 2 red wax seals.  Fine condition, measures approx 28 x 23.

Blake

Mansfield

Ellis

 

 

 

 

304

1786

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YORKSHIRE; 1786 Fine original obligation bond between William Holdsworth of St Botolph, Middlesex, Thomas Hogson of Saint Catherine Cree, Middlesex, John Parks of Maidstone, Kent, Benjimin Hodgson of Castle Baynard, Middlesex, Hannah Burnett of Marybone to William Wainman of Carrhead in the Parish of Kildwick, Skipton, Yorkshire. Fine wax seals & signatures.

Holdsworth

Hogson

Parks

Hodgson

Burnett

Wainman

 

305

1685

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Large handwritten English vellum indenture dated 1685 during the reign of King james II being the conveyance of property in Banham in Fulham in the County of Middlesex referred to as Roades Place, between Mary Blakeley, a Widow, of the first part; and Samuel Hinde, a Gentleman, of the second part. Nicely penned with fancy printed vignette, with vellum handing seal tag with part of red wax seal. On verso two additional red wax seals regarding further memorandums of the indenture. Nice docketing as well on verso. Very Good condition, mild creasing and discoloration, short slit in upper blank area. Measures 28 x 21".  Two of the three witnesses were Thos Eden and Terry Sturgeon.

Blakeley

Hinde

Eden

Sturgeon

 

 

 

306

1744

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Handwritten English vellum indenture dated 1744 during the reign of King George II featuring a fine printed vignette incorporating a Portrait of the King. The indenture is an assignment of rights in property and obligations and is between William Moore of Polesdon in the County of Surrey, esquire, of the one part; and Lawrence Cottam, a Gentleman, of Middlesex, Gentleman, of the second part. Nicely penned with blue revenue stamps with insert, tax stamp, and red wax seal with impression of a man on green cloth seal. Nice docketing on verso. Very Good condition, some creasing. Measures 30 x 25".

Moore

Cottam

 

 

 

 

 

307

1853

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An attractive and interesting hand written vellum Indenture dated 13th July 1853  during the reign of Queen Victoria, between William Simons and his wife Elizabeth of Vauxhall Bridge Road Westminster in the County of Middlesex Plasterer on the one part and Samuel Charles of Dalglush Street in the Parish of Limehouse in the County of Middlesex Builder of the other part. Pertaining to a development in the new street named Bath Street in the Parish of All Saints Poplar in the County of Middlesex. A clean document bearing the usual storage folds. Comprising two sheets of period vellum approx. 27” x 22”  with all text fully legible for transcription. Three red wax seal countersigned by all three parties. Two blue embossed revenue stamps with lead escutcheons.

Simons

Charles

 

 

 

 

 

308

1880

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1880 vellum indenture Carlyon & Sutherland Kensington This indenture is dated the 23rd day of November 1880 and relates to the settlement on the marriage of Miss Sophia Dunbar Gordon Sutherland and Albert Harold Carlyon Esquire. The document is on two large sheets of vellum (28 inches wide by 23.5 inches tall) and an outstanding thirteen wax stamps on blue cloth ribbon and one blue revenue stamp and two orange and white revenue stamps. This indenture is in excellent condition.

Sutherland

Carlyon

 

 

 

 

 

309

1719, 1744

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1719 OLD paper MANUSCRIPT Barronet SOUTH SEA BUBBLE. IN THE REIGN OF GEORGE I MANUSCRIPT DOCUMENT AN AGREEMENT BETWEEN LADY STAPILTON OF BODELL IN THE COUNTY OF YORK OF THE FIRST PART, SIR THOMAS LONGUEVILLE OF ASHPEL IN THE COUNTY OF BEFORD BARRONET OF THE SECOND PART AND RALPH LAWTON ESQ., OF THE PARISH OF ST. ANDREWS HOLBORNE IN THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX, EXECUTORS OF THE GOODS AND CHATTELS OF SIR EDWARD LONGUEVILLE BARRONET DECEASED. DATED 12 DECEMBER 1719 ATTESTED COPY 1744 ALL THE STOCK AND MONEYS OF THE SAID SIR EDWARD LONGUEVILLE IN THE SOUTH SEA COMPANY WHETHER PUT IN HIS OWN NAME OR IN THE NAMES OF ALEXANDER DENTON ESQUIRE OR OF ANY OTHER PERSON. WITH FIVE PAGES OF FURTHER INFORMATION ON LEGACIES AND BEQUESTS

Stapilton

Longueville

Lawton

 

 

 

 

310

1881

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Lease Dated 7th February 1881. Framed. On the back it shows the names of whom the lease was for. Lease of Roxeth Farm & lands at Harrow & Pinner in the county of Middlesex. On the top it says signed, sealed & delivered by the within named Charles James Graham & John Graham Smith in the presence of witness (does state name but im not sure what it says),middle temple London. Measures 28.5" x 23".

Graham

Smith

 

 

 

 

 

311

1852

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Offered is this two page vellum document dated 17th September 1852. It measures 22.5 inches long by 27.5 inches wide. It is between Thomas Cass, William Patrick Grey and Sophia Ann Gee. It deals with the assignement of number 3 Clifton Road East, in the Parish of Saint Johns Wood, London. It retains the revenue stamp and four wax seals with signatures of those listed. It is in good order and well written.

Cass

Grey

Gee

 

 

 

 

312

1850

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Offered is this three page vellum document dated 24th june 1850. It measures 24.5 inches long by 28.75 inches wide. It is between Martha Bridges, Philip James Breach and James Cox. It deals with the assignmemt of a lease hold messuage and premises situated in Nottinghill in the then County of Middlesex now London. It retains the revenue stamp together with four wax seals and signatures. it is clean and well writen.

Bridges

Breach

Cox

 

 

 

 

313

1893

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Offered is this two page vellum document plus a coloured plan dated 3 October 1893. it measures 18.75 inches long by 12.75 inches wide. it is between The Right Honorable Arthur Saunders William Charles Fox Earl of Arran and Frank Kirk. It deals with the agreement to a messuage tennement situated in Down Street in the Parish of Saint George, Hanover Square in the County of London. It retains the revenue stamp together with two wax seals and the signature of Frank Kirk. A well written clean item.

Fox

Kirk

 

 

 

 

 

314

1802

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1802 MANUSCRIPT WILL LYDIA PITCHER OXFORD STREET LONDON. MANUSCRIPT COPY OF THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT LYDIA PITCHER OF OXFORD STREET IN THE PARISH OF SAINT GEORGE HANOVER SQUARE IN THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX ETC., ETC,. A LONG LIST OF BEQUESTS INCLUDING GIFTS OF MONEY AND MOURNING RING WITH A LETTER OF ADMINISTRATION FROM PREROGATIVE COURT OF THE ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY WITH SEAL INTERESTING SOCIAL OR LOCAL HISTORY DOCUMENT CLEAR SECRETARY HAND ON ONE SHEET OF VELLUM TWO ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMPS SIZE 30 INCHES X 25 INCHES. Mentions Mary Greenfield, servant Amy Rice.

Pitcher

Greenfield

Rice

 

 

 

 

315

1861

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Handwritten vellum indenture dated 1861 with one red wax seals. The indenture pertains to deal with a counterpart lease of messuages No 12 on the East side of Spread Eagle St & No 25 on the North Side of Limehouse Casueway with ground and sheds all in the parish of St Ann Limehouse Middlesex between several parties names of Jane Hale Emma Hale and Amelid Hal all of the Grove Belmont Hill Lee Kent Spinsters of the first part; CHarles Wife of Francis Pontet of Cambridge Terrace Clapham Rd Surrey Gentleman of the second part and Fredrick Cogswell of Spread Eage Street Limehouse Middlesex Carman of the third part.  Large fancy printed vignette, Blue Tax Revenue Stamp, and 1 red wax seal.  Fine condition, measures approx 28 x 23.

Hale

Pontet

Cogswell

 

 

 

 

316

1827

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This auction is for a January 10, 1827 English Lease of a Brewhouse Store Rooms and Stable situate at Kensington in the county of Middlesex.  The document states the contract between Mr. William Treadwell to Messrs George Hagen and Thomas Hagen.  The yearly rent was set at £19 for the term of 16 years.  I’m not possitive what kind of paper this is, I believe its parchment or some kind of animal skin.  It has the original red wax seal from William Treadwell stamped on the bottom.  This document measures 31 ½” across by 24” top to bottom.  It is complete; however it does have one small (about ½”) in the middle and some stains on the top and bottom.

Treadwell

Hagen

 

 

 

 

 

317

1839

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An attractive and interesting hand written vellum Indenture dated 1st January 1839 during the reign of Queen Victoria, between Thomas Bridgewater Late of Braham’s Buildings Beech Street Barbican in the City of London Yeoman but now of No 13 Green Street Bethnal Green in the County of Middlesex Publican in the one part and John Wade of No 9 Great George Street Spitalfields in the same County Yeoman of the other part. Pertaining to a property in West Street Globe Town in the Parish of Saint Matthew Bethnal Green in the County of Middlesex. An extremely clean and crisp document bearing the usual storage folds. Comprising a single sheet of period vellum approx. 28” x 23”  with all text fully legible for transcription. Two red wax seals countersigned by Bridgewater and Wade. One blue embossed revenue stamp affixed by lead escutcheon and backed with period Victorian paper sealing stamp.

Bridgewater

Wade

 

 

 

 

 

318

1880

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Lease 1.            An attractive and interesting hand written vellum Lease document dated 22nd April 1880 during the reign of Queen Victoria, between Mr Thomas Clouser of 27 High Street Hampstead in the County of Middlesex Builder on the one part and Francis William Davenport of 30 Baker Street in the said County of Middlesex Esquire of the other part. Pertaining to the property No 10 Church Row Hampstead in the County of Middlesex.

 

Lease 2.            Lease document dated 28th November 1890 during the reign of Queen Victoria, between William Woodward of 7 Duke Street Adelphi in the County of  Middlesex Architect on the first part Robert William Harrison of  the second part and John Eleson Robinson of 192 Rock Street Sheffield in the County of York Engineer of the third part. Pertaining to the property No 10 Church Row Hampstead in the County of Middlesex.

 

An extremely clean document bearing the usual storage folds. Comprising a single sheet of period vellum approx. 27” x 21”  with all text fully legible for transcription.  Three red wax seal countersigned by Clouser, Woodward & Harrison. Two red embossed revenue stamps with lead escutcheons backed with Victoria revenue stamps.

Clouser

Davenport

Woodward

Harrison

Robinson

 

 

319

1646

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Vellum indenture recording the sale of lands in Essex, between Sir Charles Mordaunt of Great Massingham, Knight and Baronet,  Sir Henry Felton of Playford, Suffolk, Baronet, and John Sicklemond of Grays Inn Middlesex, Esquire. Dated the 5th day of April in the 22nd year of the reign of Charles I [1646]. An attractive indenture for the sale of one messuage called Lythermore in Finchingfield, Essex, a wood called Spaniswood, Holbrook Woods in Hempstead, and 4 closes of pasture land in Great Sampford. Unusual calligraphy showing looks like bunches of fruit. Handwritten in English on vellum. Faking of ink in places otherwise good condition. Signature of Mordaunt and seal (damaged) on vellum tag. 54 by 42 cm.

Mordaunt

Felton

Sicklemond

 

 

 

 

320

1899

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This indenture is dated the 11th day of March 1899 and relates to the Probate of the Will of Elizabeth Eaves Griffinof 12 Exeter Street, The Strand in the city of London, spinster and now deceased. The document is on two large sheets of vellum (28 inches wide by 23.5 inches tall) and has a very interesting large seal of Her Majesty's High Court of Justice. This indenture is in excellent condition.

Griffin

 

 

 

 

 

 

321

1863

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This indenture is dated the 27th day of July 1863 and relates to the appointment of new trustee of Mr and Mrs Watson 's marriage settlement and assignment of trust property. This has been arranged with a Mr Robert Simpson and reltates to property in Kentish Town. The document is on one large sheets of vellum (28 inches wide by 23.5 inches tall) and has Six wax stamps on blue cloth ribbon and two blue revenue stamps. This indenture is in excellent condition except for one small hole on the crease in the right hand side of the indenture.

Watson

Simpson

 

 

 

 

 

322

1853

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1853 MANUSCRIPT DOCUMENT ESSEX . MANUSCRIPT DOCUMENT This being an COPY DECLARATION OF MR JOSEPH TATHAM, SOLICITOR OF No 10 NEW SQUARE, LINCOLNS INN IN THE COUNTYOF MIDDLESEX AS TO THE OFFER OF ESTATES AT HATFIELD BROADOAK AND ELSEWHERE IN THE COUNTY OF ESSEX BY THE TRUSTEES OF THE WILL OF THE LATE S. WILSON TO THE MESSERS LOWNDES REFERENCES TO SIR JOHN BARRINGTON; FITZWILLIAM BARRINGTON; JOHN SHALES BARRINGTON.  ON ONE SHEET OF FOLDED ROYSTON BROWN PAPER CLEAR SECRETARY HAND ON HAND MADE WATERMARKED PAPER GUARANTEED ORIGINAL. SIZE 12 INCHES X 16 INCHES

Tatham

Wilson

Lowndes

Barrington

 

 

 

323

1867

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An attractive and interesting Letter of Administration document dated 7th October 1867 during the reign of Queen Victoria. Pertaining to the estate of Isabella Mary Penn late of Anslow Square Brompton in the County of Middlesex. Other names mentioned include: Stewart Forbes, Granville John Penn, Thomas Gordon Penn & William Stuart. Registrar signature: Charles Middleton. A very sound document bearing the usual storage folds. Comprising a single sheet approx. 10½” x 12”. All text fully legible for transcription.

Penn

Forbes

Stuart

Middleton

 

 

 

324

1787

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Large vellum indenture recording the assignment of Sir Joseph Copley's estate in trust, between Juliana Copley of Harley Street, Middlesex, spinster and daughter of Sir Joseph Copley late of Southampton, Baronet, deceased, The Reverend William Buller, Doctor in Divinity, Dean of the Cathedral Church of Exeter, guardian of Sir Lionel Copley, Baronet, an infant and eldest son and heir of Sir Joseph Copley, and Reginal Pole Carew. Dated the 23rd day of March in the 27th year of the reign of George III [1787]. This 4 page document marks the assignment of the estate in trust for the infant Baronet.  Includes the mansion house of Sprotbrough Hall and the manors of Sprotbrough, Wildthorpe and Kinthorpe in Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire. Handwritten in English on vellum. Good condition with some dust marking.  Signatures and seals of all parties. 72 by 60 cm.

Copley

Buller

Carew

 

 

 

 

325

1842

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1842 ANTIQUE MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT MILITARY INTEREST. LOW START AND NO RESERVE ~ NOTE: ONE FROM OUR CASUALTY DEPARTMENT(one seal removed) ~ BUT CONTAINING THREE DEEDS (two on the reverse) AND LOTS OF INFORMATION ON FOUR SHEETS OF PARCHMENT MANUSCRIPT DOCUMENT This being an COPY TITLE DEED FOR THE MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT OF CAPTAIN BROWNLOW EDWARD LAYARD A CAPTAIN IN HER MAJESTYS CEYLON RIFLES WITH MISS CAROLINE MARIA FENTON OF GROVE END KENTISH TOWN IN THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX REFERENCES TO ANN FENTON OF TUTSHILL; CHARLES HAMILTON FENTON A LIEUTENANT IN HER MAJESTYS 53rd REGIMENT OF FOOT . CLEAR SECRETARY HAND ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMPS WAX SEALS (ONE REMOVED CAUSING SOME DAMAGE) GUARANTEED ORIGINAL SIZE 29 INCHES X 23 INCHES

Layard

Fenton

 

 

 

 

 

326

1885

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1885 MANUSCRIPT PARCHMENT INDENTURE LONDON BUTLER. LOW START AND NO RESERVE MANUSCRIPT DOCUMENT This being an COPY TITLE DEED FOR THE LEASE OF 37 BROMPTON ROAD FORMERLY KNOWN AS NO 4 QUEENS BUILDINGS, KNIGHTSBRIDGE ( LONDON ) IN THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX, WITH STABLE AND SLAUGHTERHOUSE REFERENCES TO ROBERT CALCUTT OF LITTLE QUEEN STREET IN THE CITY OF WESTMINSTER, BUTCHER; JAMES BUTLER OF HAMSELL STREET IN THE CITY OF LONDON, HAIR NET MANUFACTURER; JOHN EDWARD BUTLER OF HART STREET BLOOMSBURY, BUTCHER; RICHARD SHACKELL OF BROMPTON ROAD KNIGHTSBRIDGE. CLEAR SECRETARY HAND ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMP THREE WAX SEALS GUARANTEED ORIGINAL SIZE 29 INCHES X 23 INCHES

Calcutt

Butler

Shackell

 

 

 

 

327

1880

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1880 ANTIQUE PARCHMENT DEED HAMMERSMITH LONDON. LOW START AND NO RESERVE MANUSCRIPT AND PRINTED DOCUMENT This being an COPY TITLE DEED FOR THE LEASE OF 19 WILTON ROAD WEST IN THE PARISH OF HAMMERSMITH IN THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX BETWEEN REGINALD VINING OF SERLE STREET LINCOLN'S INN IN THE CITY OF LONDON, GENTLEMAN AND JOHN RANDALL VINING OF LINCOLN'S INN, ARCHITECT AND SURVEYOR OF THE FIRST PART AND MATHEW SCOTT OF ESSEX PARK VILLAS ACTON VALE, BUILDER AND GEORGE HERBERT SIMPSON OF UNION SAW MILLS BUTNE STREET MARYLEBONE, TIMBER MERCHANT. CLEAR PRINT WITH SMALL PLAN ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMP WAX SEALS GUARANTEED ORIGINAL

SIZE 27 INCHES X 23 INCHES

Vining

Scott

Simpson

 

 

 

 

328

1793

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1793 ANTIQUE VELLUM DEED REIGN GEORGE III WARWICK. LOW START AND NO RESERVE MANUSCRIPT DOCUMENT This being an COPY TITLE DEED FOR THE LEASE OF ONE MESSUAGE OR TENEMENT WITH YARD GARDEN AND OUTBUILDINGS AT NAPTON UPON THE HILL IN THE COUNTY OF WARWICK BETWEEN RICHARD RADBOURNE OF NAPTON UPON THE HILL BUTCHER AND JOHN MILLER OF GARCY STREET LONDON IN THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX ESQUIRE. CLEAR SECRETARY HAND ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMPS WAX SEALS GUARANTEED ORIGINAL SIZE 19 INCHES X 23 INCHES

Radbourne

Miller

 

 

 

 

 

329

1890

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Offered is this vellum document dated 20 March 1890. It measures 15.75 inches long by 10.25 inches wide. it is between Arthur Ernest Wells, Hurbert Hedworth Grenville Wells, Lothian George Bonham-Carter and Allen Coxwell Rogers. It deals with the mortgage of The nPelican Club situated in Gerrard Street, Soho in London. It retains the revenue stamp together with two wax seal and signatures. A clean and well written document.

Wells

Bonham-Carter

Rogers

 

 

 

 

330

1880

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An attractive and interesting hand written vellum Counterpart Lease document dated 22nd April 1880 during the reign of Queen Victoria, between Thomas Clouser of 27 High Street Hampstead in the County of Middlesex Builder on the one part and Francis William Davenport of 30 Baker Street in the said County of Middlesex. Pertaining to the property No 10 Church Row Hampstead in the County of Middlesex. An extremely clean document bearing the usual storage folds. Comprising a single sheet of period vellum approx. 28” x 22”  with all text fully legible for transcription. Single red wax seal countersigned by Davenport. Single red embossed revenue stamp with lead escutcheon backed with Victoria cipher revenue stamp.

Clouser

 

 

 

 

 

 

331

1891

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An attractive and interesting hand written vellum Assignment document dated 30th July 1891 during the reign of Queen Victoria, between Henry Youens of  No. 6 Newby Place Poplar in the County of Middlesex Gentlaman of the first part Ann Gibbs formerly of No 8 Plimsoll Street Poplar but now of No 91 East India Dock Road Poplar aforesaid Spinster of the second part and George Frederick Berry of The Atlas Chemical Work Millwall in the said County of Middlesex Gentleman. Pertaining to the property in Willis Street in the Parish of St Leonard Bromley in the County of Middlesex. Other names mentioned include: Onesiphours Randall, William Jeves, Gladstone & Sarah Ann Dunn Youens. Witnessed by: Chas G Bradshaw. A very clean document bearing the usual storage folds. Comprising a single sheet of period vellum approx. 27” x 22”  with all text fully legible for transcription. Three red wax seal countersigned by Youens, Ann Gibbs & Berry. Three red embossed revenue stamps with lead escutcheons backed with Victoria cipher revenue stamps.

Youens

Gibbs

Berry

Randall

Jeves

Bradshaw

 

332

1823

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1823 ANTIQUE VELLUM DEED REIGN GEORGE IV SURREY. LOW START AND NO RESERVE MANUSCRIPT DOCUMENT This being an COPY TITLE DEED OF ASSIGNMENT OF LEASEHILD HOUSES AND PROPERTY THE ALBANY ROAD IN THE COUNTY OF SURREY BETWEEN THOMAS PHILIPPS OF MYRTLE STREET HOXTON IN THEPARISH OF ST LEONARD SHOREDITCH IN THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX GENTLEMAN OF THE FIRST PART ELIZABETH BRITTON OF ASKE STREET HOXTON AFORESAID OF THE SECOND PART GEORGE MITCHELL OF THE LIBERTY OF NORTON SALGATE IN THE SAID COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX AUCTIONEER OF THE THIRD PART AND JOHN MASON OF CROWN STREET WALWORTH ROAD IN THE COUNTY OF SURREY . ON FIVE SHEETS OF PARCHMENT WITH A SMALL STORAGE STAIN TO ONE CORNER OF THE FOLD CLEAR SECRETARY HAND ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMPS WAX SEALS GUARANTEED ORIGINAL  SIZE 27 INCHES X 23 INCHES

Philipps

Britton

Mitchell

Mason

 

 

 

333

1870

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Offered is this three in one 15 page vellum document together with a coloured plan. The principle document is dated 6 April 1870. The other two parts are the Transfer of mortgage dated 1 January 1872 and the reconveyance dated 26 July 1875. The document measures 10.5 inches long by 16.75 inches wide. It is between Charles Willmott and Thomas Henry Street. It deals with the mortgage of two freehold plots of ground and five houses errected thereon being numbers 12,13,14,15 and Groves Villas, The Grove in Hammersmith in the County of Middlesex. A well written comprehensive document.

Willmott

Street

 

 

 

 

 

334

1883

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Offered is this six page vellum document dated 23 May 1883. It measures 16 inches long by 10.5 inches wide. it is between Charles Addington Hanbury, Nathaniel Sykes and Robert Charles Shaw. It deals with the assignment of a lease of The White Torn" public house situated in White Thorn Street with Devons Road, Bow, in the then County of Middlesex but now London.It retains the revenue stamp together with three wax seals and signatures of those listed. A clean and well written document.

Hanbury

Sykes

Shaw

 

 

 

 

335

1902

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Offered is this vellum document dated 19 August 1902. It measures 10.75 inches long by 9 inches wide. It involves Alfred Brown and deals with the declaration in respect of premises being part of number 1 Gill Street situated to the rear of Commercial Road in Limehouse in London. It retains the revenue stamp together with the wax seal and signature of Alfred Brown. A nice clean document.

Brown

 

 

 

 

 

 

336

1891

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Offered is this four page vellum document dated 27 January 1891. It measures 9.75 inches long by 8 inches wide and is between James Store, Thomas Cave and Hannah Cave. It deals with the assignment of number 5 Sanit Thomas Gardens, Haverstock Hill in the then County of Middlesex now London. It retains the revenue stamp together with the three wax seals and signatures of those listed. It is very clean and well written

Store

Cave

 

 

 

 

 

337

1864

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Handwritten English vellum indenture dated 1864 featuring a hand drawn and colored Plat of the conveyed property in Saint Mary Newington in the County of Middlesex fronting on Shaftesbury and Glandon Streets. Parties names of Watson and Charles Gubb. The indenture is two large leaves and among the clauses is the prohibition of "offensive" occupations including amond others: tobacco pipe maker; Distiller, Common Brewer; ande Scavenger. Nicely penned with fancy printed vignette with stationers mark, blue revenue stamps with inserts, tax stamps, and red wax seal on green cloth tag. Fine condition, measures 25 x 22".

Watson

Bubb

 

 

 

 

 

338

1749

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Beautifully penned English vellum indenture of four parts being the assignment of an inheritance consisting of several land parcels in the county of Sussex, dated 1749 during the reign of King George II. Parties include The Right Honorable Francis Lord North and Guilford, a distinguished figure and father of the Lord North of Revolutionary War era fame. Other parties include William Clarke of Middlesex, a Gentleman, and Thomas Parr of Bucks, an Esquire, and John Middleton, an Esquire, and Thomas Pathing and Edward Charman, both Husbandmen, of Sussex. Fine vignette featuring a lion and Unicorn with stationers imprint, blue revenue stamps and tax stamps, and seven red wax seals on cloth tags. Nice docketing on verso. Fine condition on two sheets of vellum, measures 26 x 23".

North

Clarke

Parr

Middleton

Pathing

Charman

 

339

1688

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Handwritten English vellum indenture dated 1688 during the reign of King James II being the conveyance of a dwelling on South Street in Edmonton in the County of Middlesex between Dame Anne Mathews, Widow, of the one part; and George Bond , a Citizen and Leather Seller of London, of the second part. Nicely penned throughout including flourished title and bolding. Vellum seal tag with red wax seal with armorial impression signed by Mr. Bond. Very Good condition, fresh and clean, mild discoloration and crease. Measures 26 x 19".

Mathews

Bond

 

 

 

 

 

340

1588-1741

Dominic Winter 21 Jul 2004

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Bundle of ten title deeds for the City of London and Middlesex, many for public houses in London, in a tied bundle labelled "Thurland", but also concerns the Bowes and Trapps families, 1588 to 1741, the property includes an inn called the Bell on the Hoop in Friday St. and Watling St., 1588; the Bell and Pelican, the Wheatsheaf and a shop part of the White Bull, all in Friday St., 1665; the Golden Ball, Thames St., 1665; and the King's Head on the corner of Chiswell St. and Whitecross St., 1716, also includes a Grant of Livery to Sir Richard Brooke, 1628, a settlement on the marriage of Arthur Bailey and Anne Bowes, 1688, the will of Paul Bowes, proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1702, and copy will of Edward Thurland, 1732

Thurland

Bowes

Trapps

Brooke

Bailey

 

 

341

1880

Chapel Books

 

[Bow]  Property Deed relating to The Gunmakers Arms, No 1 Providence Row, Old Ford Road

This 1880 deed records beer house keeper John Albert Freeman's borrowing £807. Parchment, signed John A Freeman. (ref 1/216)

Freeman

 

 

 

 

 

 

342

1902

Chapel Books

 

[De Beauvoir Town]  Counterpart Lease of Property in Southgate Road

This is the counterpart copy [ie signed by the lessee rather than the lessor] of a 1902 lease of 69 Southgate Road together with offices workshops and yard behind no's 65, 67 & 69. The lessee [William Drew] was a fancy box maker. The document contains a nice hand- coloured plan. Good local history item. (ref 6947)

Drew

 

 

 

 

 

 

343

1890

Chapel Books

 

[Haggerston]  Inventory of the Trade Utensils & Effects at The Colchester Ale Stores, Stean Street

1890 inventory signed by the outgoing tenant, H W C Michell.  Buff card covers, the whole folded into 3.  (ref 38/35)

Michell

 

 

 

 

 

 

344

1907

Chapel Books

 

[Hammersmith]  Deed of Enfranchisement of 32 St Peters Square

This 1907 deed records the property becoming freehold, having previously been copyhold of the Manor of Fulham.  Printed deed with signatures, parchment.  (ref 763/25)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

345

1904

Chapel Books

 

[Hampstead]  Papers re 38 Lambolle Road

A 1904 assignment on parchment, a 1955 Land Registry certificate and a couple of 1964 documents. (ref 0000)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

346

1860s

Chapel Books

 

[Islington]  Deeds relating to Arundel Place

4 parchment deeds, all dating from the 1860s, relating specifically to 8 Arundel Place, Westbourne Road, though two of the deeds are conveyances of 6 houses including no 8. (ref 11/8)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

347

1823-1876

Chapel Books

 

[Lisson Grove]  Schedule of Deeds & Documents relating to 8 Devonshire Street

Presumably the Devonshire Street in the modern Marylebone. A list of 8 or so property deeds ranging from 1823 to 1876. Rather over-folded and a bit dogeared. (ref 756/218)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

348

1904

Chapel Books

 

[Maida Vale]  Agreement re Block of Flats (Block 4, Alexandra Court)

This 1904 agreement concerns one of several blocks of flats destined to replace existing buildings fronting on Lanark Villas. Manuscript on 20 folio sheets, plan on waxed linen. (ref 756/175)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

349

1905

Chapel Books

 

[Maida Vale]  Agreement re Block of Flats (Lanark Mansions)

This 1905 typewritten agreement concerns 1-20 Lanark Mansions, the lease of which was being sold for £8500. (ref 754/262)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

350

1913

Chapel Books

 

[Maida Vale]  Documents re 1-20 Lanark Mansions

Both dated 1913, these 2 items are an agreement extending the completion time of purchase, and contact for sale. The two items (ref 20/47)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

351

1913

Chapel Books

 

[Maida Vale]  Documents re 1-24 Alexandra Court

Both dated 1913, these 2 items are a sale agreement and a sale contract. The two items (ref 20/48)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

352

1854

Chapel Books

 

[Millwall]  Counterpart Lease of Wharf & Buildings, 1854

This is the counterpart copy [ie signed by the lessors] of 'all that Wharf, Messuage or Dwelling House, Warehouse, Engine House, Chimney, Shafts, Buildings and Land thereunto situate and being at Mill Wall in the Parish of Poplar in the County of Middlesex....'.  A plan on the document shows the property bounded on the East by the Poplar and Greenwich Ferry Road [today's West Ferry Road] and on the West by the Thames.   Evidently the 21 year lease was terminated at an early date as the 3 pairs of seals have been rather crudely cut out.  Curiously they've been retained as sepaprate items inside the as-folded document.  Manuscript on 2 large parchment sheets.  (ref 680/12)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

353

1857

Chapel Books

 

[Millwall]  Counterpart Lease of Wharf & Buildings 1857

This document is the counterpart copy of a later lease of the above premises.   The lease appears to have been terminated in 1859.  It too has the signatures cut away but retained loose in the as-folded document.  It also has what seems to be the corresponding part (ie the bit with signatures & seals on) from the lease itself, and one can only assume the main body of the leae was destroyed in 1859.  (ref 681/22)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

354

1883

Chapel Books

 

[Paddington]  Mortgage of Leasehold Premises in Praed Street

This 1883 mortgage is of 120 & 122 (formerly 50 & 51) Praed Street - also of property in Battersea.  Manuscript on single large parchment sheet.   (ref 683/19)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

355

1873-1894

Chapel Books

 

[Regents Park/St Pancras]  5 Deeds relating to The Jolly Farmers Public House, Cumberland Market

This is an incomplete series of deeds covering the period 1873 to 1894. Publicans mentioned are Josiah Carter (with signature, 1873), William Edward Cummings (with signatures, 1881 & 1888), Harry George Smith (with signatures, 1888 & 1890). Not easy to place The Jolly Farmers precisely, even though one of the deeds contains a small site plan - evidently the area has been altered since then. The group of 5 (ref 1/220)

Carter

Cummings

Smith

 

 

 

 

356

1857

Chapel Books

 

[St Pancras]  Assignment of Lease of The Lord Nelson Public House, Dukes Road

This 1857 assignment is by licensed victualler David Smith who had money problems.  Manuscript on 5 large parchment sheets, signed David Smith.  (ref 680/19)

Smith

 

 

 

 

 

 

357

1892

Chapel Books

 

[Shoreditch area - we think]  Inventory of Fixtures, Fittings & Effects at The Royal Alfred Beer House, 267 Kingsland Road

1892 inventory signed by the outgoing tenant Thomas W Davis.  Buff card covers, folded into 3.  (ref 38/37)

Davis

 

 

 

 

 

 

358

1892, 1893

Chapel Books

 

[Teddington]  Counterpart Copies of 2 Underleases of The Refreshment Rooms, 1 & 2 Victoria Road

Being counterpart copies these are signed by the lessee, beer & wine seller John Pain who lived on site. The documents are dated 1892 and 1893. Both contain hand-coloured plans, and clearly the property was very close to the railway station. The lessors were the Royal Brewery Brentford. The wording of these 2 items is much the same and the only reason for the second underlease seems to have been an extension of time from 21 years to 35 years (at £50 a year!) The 2 items (ref 1/197)

Pain

 

 

 

 

 

 

359

1880-1920

Chapel Books

 

[Tottenham]  Property Deeds relating to High Cross Road

A bundle of 7 documents (4 of them vellum) concerning property at 29 & 31 High Cross Road (formerly 28 & 29 High Cross Terrace, High Cross Lane) tracing ownership, leasing and mortgaging via several hands during the period 1880 to 1920. Still in solicitors' deed pouch. (ref 0000)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

360

1899-1900

Chapel Books

 

[West Hampstead]  Leases etc - Crediton Road [Now Crediton Hill] & Fawley Road

The following are available:-

1899 lease of the 2nd house on the east side of Crediton Road, southwards of West End Lane (ref 1/226)  *£6.00  Not for export

1899 lease of the 3rd house on the east side of Crediton Road, southwards of West End Lane (ref 1/227)  *£6.00  Not for export

1899 lease & counterpart of the 4th house ditto. 2 items (ref 1/228)  *£9.00   Not for export

Counterpart copy of 1899 lease of the 5th house ditto (ref 1/229)  *£6.00   Not for export

1900 lease of the 2nd house in Fawley Road eastward of Honeybourne Road (ref 1/230)  *£6.00  Not for export

1899 lease & counterpart of the 2nd house in Fawley Rd westward of Honeybourne Rd. 2 items (ref 1/231)  *£9.00  Not for export

1899 lease & counterpart of the 3rd house in Fawley Rd westward of Honeybourne Rd. 2 items (ref 1/232)  *£9.00  Not for export

1900 lease & counterpart of the 3rd house in Fawley Rd eastward of Honeybourne Rd. 2 items (ref 1/233)  *£9.00  Not for export

1900 lease & counterpart of the 4th house in Fawley Rd eastward of Honeybourne Rd. 2 items (ref 1/234)  *£9.00  Not for export

1900 lease of the 5th house in Fawley Road eastward of Honeybourne Road (ref 1/235)  *£6.00  Not for export

1900 lease of the 6th house in Fawley Road eastward of Honeybourne Road (ref 1/236)  *£6.00  Not for export

Counterpart copy of 1899 lease of house at the West corner of Fawley Rd & Honeybourne Rd (ref 1/237)  *£6.00  Not for export

Counterpart copy of 1900 lease of house at the East corner of Fawley Rd & Honeybourne Rd (ref 1/238)  *£6.00  Not for export

1900 lease & counterpart of the house at the West corner of Fawley Road & Crediton Road (ref 1/239)  *£9.00  Not for export

Most of the above include a site plan, and apart from the last 4 items the counting of the houses includes the one on the corner.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

361

1770

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1770 ANTIQUE PAPER TITLE DEED Buckingham. LOW START AND NO RESERVE MANUSCRIPT PAPER DOCUMENT This being an ATTESTED COPY OF LEASE AND RELEASE OF ALL THAT MESSUAGE OR TENEMENT AND MALTHOUSE WITH THEIR APPUTENANCES SITUATE STANDING AND BEING IN THE PREBEND OF BUCKINGHAM - WITH LOWER PORT FIELD AND GRAVEL PIT FURLONG BETWEEN ALEXANDER SHEENE OF THEOBALDS ROW IN THE PARISH OD ST. GEORGE THE MARTYR IN THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX, BAKER HEIR OF THOMAS SHEENE OF THE TOWN OF BUCKINGHAM, WHEELRIGHT AND CATHERINE SHEENE WIFE OF ALEXANDER AND JOSEPH SHEENE OF WATERSTRATFORD IN THE SAID COUNTY OF BUCKS YEOMAN AND WILLIAM KIRBY OF THE TOWN OF BUCKINGHAM OF THE OTHER PART. ONE EIGHT SHEETS OF FOLDED PAPER WITH 'GR' WATERMARK FINE CLEAR HAND GUARANTEED ORIGINAL SIZE 16 INCHES X 13 INCHES

Sheene

Kirby

 

 

 

 

 

362

1892

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This indenture is dated the 29th day of September 1892 and relates to the appointment of new trustee of the will of the late Thomas Fagg deceased and vesting declaration. This has been arranged Between Thomas St Leonard Fagg, wine merchant in Croydon, and Jesse Fagg, boot manufacturer in Haymarket (Central London). The document is on two large sheets of vellum (28 inches wide by 23.5 inches tall) and has ten wax stamps on blue cloth ribbon and one orange and white revenue stamp. This indenture is in excellent condition.

Fagg

 

 

 

 

 

 

363

1831

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This indenture is dated the 7th day of February 1831 and relates to the settlement on the marriage of William Francis Browne Bohun of Blackheath, Gentleman, and Mary Sophia Vardon of Russel Square, Spinster. There is also a mention and signature of Doctor Townsend and Proctor William Edwards. The document is on FOUR large sheets of vellum (28 inches wide by 23.5 inches tall) and has six wax stamps on blue cloth ribbon and one four blue revenue stamps. This indenture is in excellent condition but there are two minor faults. One is an original smudge of ink on the last page by the author which is visible in the photo. Number two is a small tear through all four pages on the right of the indenture.

Bohun

Vardon

Townsend

Edwards

 

 

 

364

1841

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ANTIQUE Deed LEAMINGTON PRIORS Kellam to Palmer 1841. LOW START AND NO RESERVE DURING THE REIGN OF QUEEN VICTORIA MANUSCRIPT DOCUMENT This being a COPY TITLE DEED FOR THE LEASE OF ALL THAT PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND SITUATE LYING AND BEING IN NEWBOLD COMYN IN THE PARISH OF LEAMINGTON PRIORS IN THE COUNTY OF WARWICK ON THE ROAD FROM LEAMINGTON PRIORS YO LILLINGTON AND NOW CALLED CLARENDON STREET PLUS OTHER TITHES AND PROPERTY BETWEEN WILLIAM KELLAM THE YOUNGER OF RYTON UPON DUNSMOOR IN THE COUNTY OF WARWICK, GENTLEMAN OF THE ONE PART AND MARY PALMER OF STAMFORD GROVE EAST UPPER CLAPTON IN THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX.  ON ONE SHEET OF PARCHMENT CLEAR SECRETARY HAND ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMP WAX SEAL GUARANTEED ORIGINAL SIZE 27 INCHES X 23 INCHES

Kellam

Palmer

 

 

 

 

 

365

1880

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This indenture is dated the 14th day of February 1880 and relates to the mortgage kof leasehold premises known as No 1 East Chapel Street Shepherds Market and No 23 Market Street Shepherds Market. These addresses are both in Mayfair, London. The agreement is between Mr J G Wadman, china dealer, to Mr Peter Gaston, corn merchant. The document is on one large sheet of vellum (28 inches wide by 23.5 inches tall) and has one wax stamp on blue cloth ribbon and one orange and white revenue stamp. This indenture is in excellent condition except for one small hall to the left of the document. Also attached is further history of the document in the form of a typed letter dated 1947.

Wadman

Gaston

 

 

 

 

 

366

1792

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ANTIQUE Manuscript DEED NEITHROP Watts to Beare 1792. LOW START AND NO RESERVE DURING THE REIGN OF GEORGE I MANUSCRIPT AND PRINTED DOCUMENT This being a COPY TITLE DEED FOR THE LEASE OF TWO MESSUAGES WITH APPURTANENCES BEING NEAR AND ADJOINING TOGETHER SITUATE AND BEING IN NEITHROP IN THE COUNTY OF OXFORD BETWEEN SARAH WATTS THE YOUNGER OF NEITHROP IN THE COUNTY OF OXFORD, ROBERT BEERE OF NEITHROP AND MARY HIS WIFE, RICHARD POWELL OF NEITHROP, YEOMAN AND WILLIAM ROBINSON OF THE PARISH OF ST. ANNE SOHO IN THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX AND SARAH WATTS THE ELDER OF NEITHROP. ON ONE SHEET OF PARCHMENT CLEAR SECRETARY HAND ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMP WAX SEALS GUARANTEED ORIGINAL SIZE 17 INCHES X 25 INCHES

Watts

Beere

Powell

Robinson

 

 

 

367

1778

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ANTIQUE Manuscript DEED Radborne WARWICK Ladbroke to Ladbroke 1778. LOW START AND NO RESERVE DURING THE REIGN OF GEORGE III MANUSCRIPT AND PRINTED DOCUMENT This being a COPY TITLE DEED FOR THE LEASE of THAT MANOR OF HODNELL AND MESSUAGE IN RADBORNE BETWEEN ROBERT LADBROKE OF HARLEY STREET CAVENDISH SQUARE IN THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX ESQUIRE OF THE ONE PART AND WILLIAM HOWELL ERVIN OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE DOCTOR OF LAW AND RICHARD LADBROKE OF THE COUNTY OF SURREY. ON ONE SHEET OF PARCHMENT CLEAR SECRETARY HAND ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMP WAX SEALS GUARANTEED ORIGINAL SIZE 30 INCHES X 21 INCHES

Ladbroke

Ervin

 

 

 

 

 

368

1846

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Manuscript DEED SOLIHULL Walker to Watts 1846. LOW START AND NO RESERVE DURING THE REIGN OF QUEEN VICTORIA MANUSCRIPT indentured DOCUMENT This being a COPY TITLE DEED FOR THE DESENTAILING AND RESETTLEMENT OF MESSUAGES AND LANDS SITUATE IN THE PARISHES OF SOLIHULL AND WHITWASH IN THE COUNTY OF WARWICK KNOWN BY THE NAM OF LONDON HOUSE, THE HOMESTALL, THE GREAT MEADOW ETC. BETWEEN JOHN HENRY WALKER OF BATH COTTAGE, NEW HAMPTON IN THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX, ESQUIRE OF THE ONE PART AND JOHN EDMUND WATTS OF BIRMINGHAM IN THE COUNTY OF WARWICK GENTLEMAN OF THE OTHER PART. ON ONE SHEET OF PARCHMENT CLEAR SECRETARY HAND ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMPS WAX SEALS GUARANTEED ORIGINAL SIZE 19 INCHES X 29 INCHES

Walker

Watts

 

 

 

 

 

369

1870

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Manuscript 1870 DEED PARTNERSHIP LIME CEMENT MANUFACTURER WARWICK LOW START AND NO RESERVE DURING THE REIGN OF QUEEN VICTORIA MANUSCRIPT indentured DOCUMENT This being a DEED OF PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN CHARLES NELSON OF CRACKLEY HALL IN THE PARISH OF KENILWORTH IN THE COUNTY OF WARWICK, LIME AND CEMENT MANUFACTURER AND MERCHANT OF THE FIRST PART AND THOMAS PHILIP BLYTH OF SOUTHAM IN THE DAID COUNTY LIME AND CEMENT MANUFACTURER AND MERCHANT OF THE SECOND PART AND WILLIAM WIDGER BLACKSTONE OF SAINT PANCRAS IN THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX, GENTLEMAN OF THE THIRD PART THE BUSINESS WAS CARRIED OUT ON THE ESTATE BELONGING TO CHARLES NELSON AT STOCKTON AND LEAMINGTON HASTINGS IN THE COUNTY OF WARWICK.. ON THREE SHEET OF PARCHMENT SETTING OUT ALL THE TERMAAND CONDITIONS OF THE PARTNERSHIP CLEAR SECRETARY HAND IMPRESSED REVENUE STAMP WAX SEALS GUARANTEED ORIGINAL SIZE 31 INCHES X 25 INCHES

Nelson

Blyth

Blackstone

 

 

 

 

370

1793

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22 May 1793 Pristine condition 100 Pounds Bond between Olive Croucher of the parish of Saint James Westminster in the County of Middlesex and James Butler of Grath in the County of Brecon and James Lloyd Harris of the town Kington . In the left top corner embossed duty stamp for One Shilling and 6 pence. Also two wax seals next to signatures of Olive Croucher and James Butler .Excellent condition with usual long-term storage folds and wrinkles.

Croucher

Butler

Harris

 

 

 

 

371

1866

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Manuscript FARM DEED NAPTON WARWICK Welchman 1866 LOW START AND NO RESERVE DURING THE REIGN OF QUEEN VICTORIA MANUSCRIPT indentured DOCUMENT This being a COPY TITLE DEED FOR THE RELEASE GRANT AND DEED OF CONFIRMATION OF THE ALSOPS FARM AT NAPTON ON THE HILL IN THE COUNTY OF WARWICK IN ORDER TO DISCHARGE THE SAME FROM TWO DRAINAGE CHARGES BETWEEN FREDERICK SHEPPARD OF FOLKINGTON PLACE IN THE COUNTY OF SUSSEX ESQUIRE THE REVEREND GEORGE GAYTON HARVEY OF HAILSHAM IN THE SAID COUNTY OF SUSSEX CLERK, JOHNGILLAM BOOTY OF GRAY'S INN IN THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX GENTLEMAN AND EDWARD WILSON OF WALTON ON THAMES IN THE COUNTY OF SURREY ESQUIRE ON THE ONE PART AND ROBERT FREDERICK WELCHMAN OF SOUTHAM IN THE COUNTY OF WARWICK ESQUIRE OF THE OTHER PART. ON TWO SHEETS OF PARCHMENT  ~ REFERENCE TO THE ENCLOSURE COMMISSIONERS FOR ENGLAND AND WALES AND THE LAND IMPROVEMENT COMPANY CLEAR SECRETARY HAND ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMPS WAX SEALS GUARANTEED ORIGINAL SIZE 31 INCHES X 25 INCHES

Sheppard

Harvey

Booty

Wilson

Welchman

 

 

372

1884

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Offered is this vellum document dated 12 August 1884. It measures 14.75 inches long by 9.75 inches wide. it is between James Easton Webb and George Hutchins. It deals with the assignement of premises numbered 666 Commercial Road, Limehouse in  London. It retains the renenue stamp and two wax seals with signatures.

Webb

Hutchins

 

 

 

 

 

373

1874

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Offered is this vellum document dated 16 November 1874. It measures 2.5 inches long by 27 inches wide. It is between Mordaunt Martin Monro, Thomas Beggs and John Beggs. It deals with the conveyance of numbers 1 and 2 Gladstone Terrace together with the forecourts and gardens in the Parish of Hornsey in the then County of Middlesex ( now London). It retains the revenue stamp together with stamped seals and three signatures.

Monro

Beggs

 

 

 

 

 

374

1882

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Dated December 18, 1882. A property conveyance showing the sale of Nos. 197-202 Langroyd Road (Wandsworth), Surrey, England from Frederick Robert Hayes of West Hammersmith to Patience Banton of Leamington Priors through Richard Shelton of Wolverhampton for the consideration of One Thousand and One Pounds Sterling. The left side contains two bright orange, embossed tax stamps, one for five pounds, the other for five shillings, both affixed with a silver tag and protected by the Crown Seal on the reverse. A handsome hand-drawn plan completes the document along with red wax seals. A clean, legible and most attractive 118 year-old historical document that will frame up beautifully when pressed. h. 22.5in. X w. 29in. h. 57.2cm. X w. 73.7cm.

Hayes

Banton

Shelton

 

 

 

 

375

1864

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1864 ANTIQUE MANUSCRIPT MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT Carter & Frogley. LOW START AND NO RESERVE MANUSCRIPT DOCUMENT This being an COPY TITLE DEED FOR a MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT and the APPOINTMENT OF TRUSTEES BEING A SETTLEMENT MADE IN CONSIDERATION OF MARRIAGE BETWEEN CHARLES CARTER AND HELEN FROGLEY  " ALL THAT PART SHARE ESTATE AND INTEREST OF HER THE SAID HELEN FROGLEY OF IN AND UPON THE HORSES CATTLE SHEEP PIGS HARNESS SADDLERY CARRIAGES CARTS INPLEMENTS OF HUSBANDRY CORN HAY ETC. ETC. BETWEEN CHARLES CARTER OF THE BRECKNOCK HOTEL CAMDEN TOWN IN THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX GENTLEMAN OF THE FIRST PART, JOHN PEARCE SELF OF CITY ROAD FINSBURY SQUARE IN THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX AUCTIONEER AND WILLIAM FROGLEY AND WILLIAM STRATTON BOTH OF THE PARISH OF SPARSHOLT IN THE COUNTY OF BERKS YEOMEN OF THE SECOND PART AND THE SAID WILLIAM FROGLEY AND WILLIAM STRATTON AND GEORGE THOMAS WILLIAMS OF BUCKLAND IN THE SAID COUNTY OF BERKS GENTLEMEN OF THIRD PART. CLEAR SECRETARY HAND ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMPS WAX SEALS GUARANTEED ORIGINAL SIZE 31 INCHES X 25 INCHES

Carter

Frogley

Pearce

Stratton

Williams

 

 

376

1828

Artophile

 

MANUSCRIPT DEED DEVON TOPSHAM Dean Exeter to Manning 1828. LOW START AND NO RESERVE REIGN OF GEORGE IV MANUSCRIPT AND PRINTED DOCUMENT This being an COPY TITLE DEED FOR THE LEASE OF A TENEMENT SITUATE LYING AND BEING WITHIN THE PARISH OF TOPSHAM IN THE COUNTY OF DEVON ADJOINING THE VICARAGE FORMERLY IN TENURE OF MARY BURGESS BETWEEN THE DEAN AND CHAPTER OF THE CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF SAINT PETER IN EXETER OF THE FIRST PART AND JAMES MANNING THE YOUNGER OF LINCOLNS INN IN THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX ESQUIRE OF THE OTHER PART. ON ONE SHEET OF PARCHMENT CLEAR SECRETARY HAND ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMP GUARANTEED ORIGINAL SIZE 21 INCHES X 30 INCHES

Burgess

Manning

 

 

 

 

 

377

1863

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Vellum document - Staines Brewery, Marylebone, Middlesex. Counterpart Lease of premises near the New Road in the Parish of Marylebone in the County of Middlesex. Between Frederick Wigan of Hibernia Chambers, Southwark in the County of Surrey and Richard Stains of The Stingo Brewery, Marylebone Road in the County of Middlesex, Brewer. Term : 99 Years / Rent £20  Indenture includes coloured plan of Right of Way on the entrance to Brewery (coloured blue) and land for Staines's Brewery (coloured red). Single page document. Signature of Richard Stains.One Wax Seal. Measures 28ins x 23ins. Very good condition (light ink stain on back of document).

Wigan

Stains

 

 

 

 

 

378

1861

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An original Assignment document for No. 11 Minerva Terrace, Islington, London. Leased for 83 3/4 years from Mess. Nathan Saunders, Mary Saunders, Honathan Hervey and Ann hervey and john Philps to Mr. Peter MacLawin. Issued on the twenty-sixth of August, 1861. Signed by J. Osborn, Deputy Registrar. 28" x 22". Two pages.

Saunders

Hervey

Philps

MacLawin

Osborn

 

 

379

1814

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ANTIQUE MANUSCRIPT Deed WESTMINSTER LONDON Earl & Viscount 1814. DURING THE REIGN OF KING GEORGE III MANUSCRIPT DOCUMENT This being a COPY TITLE DEED INDENTURE FOR THE LEASE OF TWO BRICK BUILT STABLING FOR NINE HORSES AND ALL THAT AND THOSE DOUBLE COACH HOUSE FOR FOUR CARRIAGES HARNESS ROOM LOFTS AND THREE SERVANTS APPARTMENTS SITUATE LYING AND BEING IN MASONS YARD DUKE STREET IN THE SAID PARISH OF ST. JAMES WESTMINSTER BETWEEN SIR WALTER STIRLING OF PALL MALL IN THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX BARONET CHARLES EDWARD WILSONN OF BOGNOR IN THE COUNTY OF SUSSEX ESQUIRE AND GEORGE GROTE OF TREADNEEDLE STREET IN THE CITY OF LONDON AND THE RIGHT HONORABLE JACOB EARL OF RADNOR AND THE RIGHT HONORABLE HUGH VISCOUNT CARLETON IN IRELAND OF THE OTHER PART. ON ONE SHEET OF PARCHMENT  - SUITABLE FOR DISPLAY CLEAR SECRETARY HAND ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMP WAX SEAL GUARANTEED ORIGINAL  SIZE 27 INCHES X 23 INCHES

Stirling

Wilsonn

Grote

 

 

 

 

380

1812

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Vellum document - Westbourne, Sussex. Lease for a Year dated 10 October 1812 between Robert Harfield of Emsworth in the County of Southampton and William Parsons of Sloane Street in the County of Middlesex. "All that barn and gateroom, parcels of land called Priors Lees situate and lying at Nutbourn in the Parish of Westbourn in the County of Sussex". Signature of Robert Harfield. Wax Seal. Measures 24ins x 20ins. Condition : Very clean and readable document.

Harfield

Parsons

 

 

 

 

 

381

1872

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1872 ANTIQUE PAPER TENANTS & FREEHOLD LAND. This land transfered to "Lietenent Colonel William Reed" by "The Most Noble George Duke & Earl of Northumberland Earl Percy, Earl Beverly of Beverly", and is for Tenant Freehold Land at "Preston" in the County of Middlesex.

Reed

 

 

 

 

 

 

382

1891

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Offered is this 5 page vellum document dated 11th February 1891. It messuares 15.5 inches long by 10.25 inches wide. It is between William Hubbard, Truman Hanbury Buxton & Co Ltd and Horace Osburn Shave. It deals with the assignment of a lease of The White Thorn Public House situated in White Thorn Street, Bromley in the County of Middlesex. It retains the revenue stamp together with seals and signatures. A nioce well written document.

Hubbard

Shave

 

 

 

 

 

383

1721

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Antique deed in very good condition from the 8th year of the reign of King George.  Dated 1721.  Counties stated include Middlesex and Essex. This really is in great condition with the usual folds and creases with no tears.  Very neatly handwritten but the style I find difficult to interpret.  The names stated on the deed include Russell, Dixon, Fitzgerard and Windey, and the deed is signed by Wendey and Dixon.  Wax seals still present and there are three blue sixpenny stamps down the side of the deed.  I generally only deal in books and have described this as best I can.

Russell

Dixon

Fitzgerard

Windey

 

 

 

384

1845

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Old English Indenture being a Deed of Assignment dated 3rd July 1845 between Sir Robert Heron of Stubton in the County of Lincoln, Baronet and the Reverend Henry Corrie of Blatherwick in the County of Northampton, Clerk (1) Henry Nevile of Walcot Park in the County of Northampton, Esquire (2) and Nathaniel Bridges of Red Lion Square in the County of Middlesex, Gentleman (3).  The document assigns all the messuages or tenements, cottages, pieces or parcels of land hereditaments, and all and singular other the premises described in a Deed of Indenture of Settlement for a term of 1000 years, namely land in Spridlington in the County of Lincoln. This large deed of Indenture measures 28.5" x 24" and weighs 134 grammes.  It has the original Government stamp duty seal on the face of 2 pages with the original white Revenue stamps on the reverse sides and the 4 wax seals of the parties are extremely well preserved.  The Deed has endorsed upon the back of the second page an Indenture of Surrender and Re-Assignment dated 11th June 1862.  It has a Government Revenue seal on the face of the Indenture and the white stamp preserved on the other side.  It has the original 8 wax seals on the face of the document which are in perfect condition.  The whole document for its age is in remarkable condition.  Some of the handwriting is slightly faded with age but is readable.  It is an ideal piece of English history for collectors of old hand written documents.

Heron

Corrie

Nevile

Bridges

 

 

 

385

1741

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Large handwritten English vellum indenture dated 1741 during the reign of King George II being the conveyance of property on Chiswell Street and White Cross Street in London pertaining to several properties including a Brewhouse known by the sign of the Kings Head. The indenture is penned on two leaves and is between John Kellett, an Esquire, of the one part; andThomas Levett of the "Liberty of Westminster", Esquire, of the second part. Beautifully penned with large fancy printed vignette, blue revenue stamps, and red wax seal on cloth tag. Docketiong on verso. Measures 29 x 26", mild discoloration and age toning.

Kellett

Levett

 

 

 

 

 

386

1806

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Large handwritten English vellum indenture dated 1806 during the reign of King George III being the conveyance of property on Great Hermitage Street in Saint George Parish in the County of Middlesex between Ransom Jones, a Master Mariner, of the one part; and William Henry Hobbs, a Lighterman, of the second part; and George Kerr, a Master Mariner, of the third part; and Robert Martin, a Hop Merchant, of the fourth part. Nicely penned with fancy printed vignette with Stationers mark, blue revenue stamp with insert, tax stamp, and two red wax seals on green cloth tags. Very Good condition, light creasing, measures 30 x 23"

Jones

Hobbs

Kerr

Martin

 

 

 

387

1642

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Vellum indenture recording the sale of lands in Enfield, Middlesex, between Thomas Piddock of Edmonton, Middlesex, tanner, and John Blatt of Enfield. Dated the 12th day of May in the 18th year of the reign of Charles  I [1642]. A good condition early indenture for the sale of a messuage in Green Street, Enfield, abutting the Kings highway to the South and in the tenure of Henry Clark, as well as many parcels of land in a field called Milfield, pasture called Trotte Croft, Westmorefield, Hole Lane Croft, Kingsfield, and Woodland Garden. Handwritten in English on vellum. Good condition. 2 signatures and seal tags but seals missing. Size: 80 by 72 cm.

Piddock

Blatt

Clark

 

 

 

 

388

1893

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Vellum document - Probate of the Will of Richard Brown dec'd, of The Sun Public House, Lambs Conduit Street, Bloomsbury in the County of Middlesex. Dated 17 February, 1893. Copy of Will, Probate Registry document and Court Seal. Measures 16.5ins x 12ins Condition : Fair / Good, some folds / creases. Small tear to the back of Court Seal (approx 1.5ins).

Brown

 

 

 

 

 

 

389

1790

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FAMILY HISTORY LONDON Townsend 1790 WILL DOCUMENT. low start no reserve - Family History research copy - sold as damaged because of storage stains or dusting - MANUSCRIPT DOCUMENT This being THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF ANN TOWNSEND OF GREAT TURNSTILE HOLBORN IN THE PARISH OF SAINT GILES IN THE FIELDS IN THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX  WITH LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION FROM THE PREROGATIVE COURT OF THE ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY AND SEAL (WORN) INFORMATION ON BEQUESTS TO OTHER FAMILY MEMBERS WITH DISPERSAL OF HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS AND PROPERTY including reference to the premises known by the SIGN OF THE CORK EATING HOUSE IN GREAT TURNSTILE AND INVESTMENTS IN THE BANK OF ENGLAND ANNUITIES. CLEAR HAND GUARANTEED ORIGINAL. SIZE 29 INCHES X 23 INCHES FOLDED

Townsend

 

 

 

 

 

 

390

1812

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FAMILY HISTORY DEED London POCOCK to CROWDER 1812. low start no reserve - Family History research copy - sold as damaged because of storage wear - FROM REIGN OF GEORGE III MANUSCRIPT PARCHMENT INDENTURE DOCUMENT BEING THE RELEASE AND APPOINTMENT AND AN ASSIGNMENT OF AN OUTSTANDING TERM TO ATTEND INHERITANCE . DEMISE AND LEASE SEVERAL MESSUAGES OR TENEMENTS IN CORNWALL PLACE LEADING TOWARDS COPENHAGEN HOUSE BETWEEN GEORGE POCOCK OF HOLLOWAY IN THE PARISH OF SAINT MARY ISLINGTON IN THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX BUILDER OF THE FIRST PART AND EDWARD GYLES THE YOUNGER OF CITY ROAD IN THE PARISH OF SAINT LUKE OF THE SECOND PART AND JAMES PECOLIER CROWDER OF WOOD STREET LONDON MERCHANT OF THE THIRD PART JOHN BELTON OF THE SAME PLACE MERCHANT OF THE FOURTH PART AND JOHN COX OF THE INNER TEMPLE LONDON GENTLEMAN OF THE FIFTH PART. SMALL SITE SURVEY SIZE 29" X 25" THREE SHEETS OF VELLUM ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMP WAX SEALS

Pocock

Gyles

Crowder

Belton

Cox

 

 

391

1739

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Obligation bond where John Briggs of St Leonard, Middlesex, upholsterer, Nathan Briggs of New Inn, St Clements Danes, Middlesex, gentlman, and Thomas Briggs of Redriffe, Surrey, barber and wig maker, are held firmly bound to Joseph Wickes of Dover, draper to the sum of 204 pounds. Dated the 28th day of June in the 13th year of the reign of George II [1739]. A bond relating to the sale of a messuage in St James Apostle in Dover adjoining a tenement of William Pilcher, tallow chandler, now in the occupation of John Scott. Very good condition. Handwritten in English on paper. Document size: 32 by 38 cm. Three wax seals and signatures.

Briggs

Wickes

Pilcher

Scott

 

 

 

392

1704

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Indenture recording the sale of a farm and lands in Sandbach between John Bagnall of the City of London, Richard Bagnall of St Paul, Covent Garden, Middlesex, John Turner of same, apothecary, Richard Stonier of same and Sarah his wife, Ferdinando Robinson of same, and John Parker of Hallowes, Chester, gentleman. Dated the 2nd day of February in the 3rd year of the reign of Queen Anne [1704]. Relates to a messuage or farm called Lynnhowse Estate and other lands called House Leys, Wood Field, Little Wood, Further Wood, Moore Meadow, Moore Bank, and Rye Croft, all in Sandbach. Good condition. Handwritten in English on vellum. Document size: 68 by 60 cm. 5 Signatures and seals on tags.

Bagnall

Turner

Stonier

Robinson

Parker

 

 

393

1914

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FAMILY HISTORY DEED LONDON Mortimer > Barham 1914. low start no reserve - Guaranteed Original - 90 years old - suitable for Family History research - sold as damaged because of storage wear. FROM REIGN OF GEORGE V MANUSCRIPT PARCHMENT INDENTURE DOCUMENT BEING THE TRANSFER OF MORTGAGE OF FREEHOLD MESSUAGE AS No 5 EDEN GROVE ISLINGTON AND LEASEHOLD MESSUAGES AND PREMISES KNOWN AS NO 54 AND 56 DRAYTON PARK HOLLOWAY IN THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. BETWEEN ALICE FRANCIS MORTIMER OF HORNTON COURT KENSINGTON IN THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX, HELEN MOTH DIBBEN OF THE CARLTON HOTEL WITBUNK SOUTH AFRICA AND GEORGE TITUS BARHAM OF SUDBURY PARK WEMBLEY IN THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. SIZE 10" X 16" SIX SHEETS OF PARCHMENT IMPRESSED REVENUE STAMPS WAX SEAL

Mortimer

Dibben

Barham

 

 

 

 

394

1859

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FAMILY HISTORY DEED London WHITEHURST > COLLINS 1859. low start no reserve - Guaranteed Original - 145 years old - suitable for Family History research - sold as damaged because of storage wear. FROM REIGN OF QUEEN VICTORIA MANUSCRIPT PARCHMENT INDENTURE DOCUMENT BEING THE TRANSFER OF ANNUITY. DETAILS ON PROPERTIES, ANNUITIES AND MEMBERS OF THE FAMILY. BETWEEN MARY WHITEHURST OF PORTSDOWN TERRACE MAIDAHILL MIDDLESEX, JOHN HUNT OF BEAUFOY TERRARRACE EDGEWARE ROAD IN THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX GENTLEMAN AND WILLIAM WEBSTER WATSON OF PUMP COURT TEMPLE IN THE CITY OF LONDON BARRISTER EXECUTRIX OF THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF WILLIAM WHITEHURST OF OXFORD STREET IN THE CITY OF LONDON COACHMAKER . SIZE 29" X 25" TWO SHEETS OF VELLUM ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMP WAX SEALS

Whitehurst

Hunt

Watson

 

 

 

 

395

1867

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MANUSCRIPT Deed HACKNEY MIDDLESEX Cass to Smith 1867. from the reign of Queen Victoria MANUSCRIPT DOCUMENT This being THE TITLE DEED OF LEASE OF 13 AND 15 BENTHAM ROAD SOUTH HACKNEY MIDDLESEX BETWEEN CHARLES JAMES JOHNSON, HENRY WHITE, JOHN CHRISTOPHER CHRISTIE, GEORGE BONE, HENRY GRANT BAKER AND CHARLES BARBER BEING A MAJORITY OF TWO THIRDS OF THE TRUSTEES OF SIR JOHN CASS CHARITY OF THE FIRST PART TO ALFRED SMITH AND JOB SMITH OF WORSHIP STREET FINSBURY IN THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX AND SARAH SMITH OF HORNSEY. SIGNED BY JOHN CHRISTOPHER CHRISTIE WHO WE THINK IS ONE THE CHRISTIE FAMILY OF AUCTION HOUSE FAME.

 

The Sir John Cass Foundation dates formally from 1748 and 1998 marked its 250th Anniversary. The origins of the Foundation are to be found in the early years of the eighteenth century during the turbulent and complex politics of the reign of Queen Anne. The educational establishments which have been supported and managed by the Foundation date back to the Stuart Restoration period. The history of the Foundation touches upon education in and around the City of London at almost every stage, ranging from infants schools to university level, and representing an historical microcosm of the development of English education over more than three centuries. In more recent years the Foundation has broadened its support for educational and youth activities and has also commissioned and funded research into educational issues. It continues to fulfil the role for which it was originally established in 1748, managing the land and properties with which it was endowed and has developed, and seeking to serve the educational and other needs of the young population of inner London..

 

ON ONE SHEET OF VELLUM SMALL SURVEY PLAN ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMP WAX SEALS GUARANTEED ORIGINAL SIZE 29 INCHES X 25 INCHES

Johnson

White

Christie

Bone

Baker

Barber

Smith

396

1809

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MANUSCRIPT deed WESTMINSTER LONDON Smith to Bull 1809. from the reign of GEORGE III MANUSCRIPT DOCUMENT This being THE TITLE DEED OF LEASE TO INVEST POSSESSION OF ALL THAT messuage or tenement STANDING ON THE EAST SIDE OF TUFTON STREET IN THE PARISH OF SAINT JOHN THE EVANGELIST WESTMINSTER IN THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX BETWEEN ELIZABETH SMITH OF MILLBANK IN THE PARISH OF SAINT JOHN THE EVANGILIST WESTMINSTER IN THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX OF THE ONE PART AND WILLIAM BULL OF GREAT PETER STREET IN THE PARISH AND COUNTY AFORESAID GENTLEMAN OF THE OTHER PART. ON ONE SHEET OF VELLUM ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMP WAX SEALS GUARANTEED ORIGINAL SIZE 29 INCHES X 20 INCHES

Smith

Bull

 

 

 

 

 

397

1844

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FAMILY HISTORY DEED LONDON Styles to Langham 1844. low start no reserve - Guaranteed Original - 164 years old - suitable for Family History research - sold as damaged because of storage wear. FROM REIGN OF QUEEN VICTORIA MANUSCRIPT VELLUM INDENTURE DOCUMENT BEING THE DECLARATION OF TRUST CONCERNING THE WILL OF THOMAS DUNHILL FORMERLY OF OXFORD STREET IN THE PARISH OF SAINT MARY LE BONE IN THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX DRAPER. BETWEEN ROBERT STYLES OF MOORGATE STREET IN THE CITY OF LONDON GENTLEMAN OF THE FIRST PART THOMAS DUNHILL OF GRANBY STREET HAMPSTEAD ROAD MIDDLESEX OF THE SECOND PART AND THE SAID ROBERT STYLES THOMAS DUNHILL AND SAMUEL FREDERICK LANGHAM OF BARTLETTS BUILDINGS HOLBORN IN THE CITY OF LONDON GENTLEMAN OF THE THIRD PART. SIZE 29" X 25" on three SHEETs OF PARCHMENT plus two letters on paper GIVING DETAILS OF BANK OF AUSTRALASIA ANNUITIES ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMP WAX SEAL

Dunhill

Styles

Langham

 

 

 

 

398

1809

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FAMILY HISTORY DEED LONDON  POCOCK > WILLIAMS 1809. low start no reserve - Guaranteed Original - 195 years old - suitable for Family History research - sold as damaged because of storage wear. FROM REIGN OF KING GEORGE III MANUSCRIPT VELLUM INDENTURE DOCUMENT BEING THE LEASE OF ALL THAT TENEMENT MESSUAGE OR TENEMENT GARDEN AND PREMISES SITUATE AND BEING IN CORNWAL PLACE HOLLOWAY IN THE PARISH OF SAINT MARY ISLINGTON. BETWEEN GEORGE POCOCK OF PARK PLACE ISLINGTON IN THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX BUILDER OF THE ONE PART AND JOSEPH WILLIAMS OF THE ARCH WAY UPPER GUILDFORD STREET IN THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX PLASTERER. SIZE 29" X 25" WITH SMALL MARGIN SURVEY PLAN on ONE SHEET OF VELLUM ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMP WAX SEAL

Pocock

Williams

 

 

 

 

 

399

1875

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FAMILY HISTORY DEED LONDON  LONGBOURNE > DIBBEN 1875. low start no reserve - Guaranteed Original - 129 years old - suitable for Family History research - sold as damaged because of storage wear. FROM REIGN OF QUEEN VICTORIA MANUSCRIPT VELLUM INDENTURE DOCUMENT BEING CONVEYANCE OF A DWELLING HOUSE SITUATE AT EDEN GROVE  HOLLOWAY IN THE PARISH OF SAINT MARY ISLINGTON. BETWEEN WILLIAM THOMAS LONGBOURNE LATE OF GRAYS INN IN MIDDLESEX BUT NOW OF CHILSLEY IN THE COUNTY OF SOUTHAMPTON ESQUIRE AND CHARLES RANKEN VICKERMAN LONGBOURNE OF LINCOLNS INN FIELDS IN THE DAID COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX ESQUIRE OF THE FIRST PART AND HEPHZIBAH LEMON OF RICHMOND ROAD WALSTON AND GEORGE DIBBEN OF EDEN GROVE HOLLOWAY. SIZE 29" X 25" on ONE SHEET OF VELLUM ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMP WAX SEAL

Longbourne

Lemon

Dibben

 

 

 

 

400

1757

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An Indenture Deed dated 5th November 1757 in the reign of George II, Relating to the sale of premises in Church Street, Edmonton, Middlesex, and of a parcel of land at Barrowfield Edmonton. The transaction is between Robert Norris of Walbrook London, furrier, and Francis Shadd of the Parish of St James Clerkenwell, gentleman. The manuscript is in good condition apart from the obvious creases, and some soiling on the reverse due to its age.  Size 31.5" X 25.5"

Norris

Shadd