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Date

Source

Lot No.

Text

Surnames

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

1584-1647

Bloomsbury 11 May 2000

12

Yelverton (Sir Christopher, judge, took part in the indictment of Essex in 1600, 1535?-1612) Conveyance of land in Easton Maudit, from Henry Collier to Sir Christopher Yelverton, manuscript on vellum, lacks seal, folds, browned, 350 x 445mm., March 1608 Yelverton (Sir Henry, judge, son of Sir Christopher Yelverton, 1566-1629) Conveyance of land in Easton Maudit, from Nicholas Seridge to Sir Henry Yelverton, manuscript on vellum, lacks seal, folds, browned, 332 x 494mm., 1st August 1617; and 4 others relating to Easton Maudit including 1 other relating to the Yelverton family, v.s., 1584-1647 (6). #60-80

Yelverton

Collier

Seridge

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

1788

Dominic Winter 25 July 2001

401

Spencer (George John, Earl). Three separate vellum indentures 1788, relating to the release of Loddon Farm on the Althorp Estate, all signed by Earl Spencer. Spencer (1758-1834) an ancestor of Princess Diana, was First Lord of the Admiralty under Pitt the Younger and subsequently Home Secretary

Spencer

Pitt

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

1661

Dominic Winter 2 & 3 Oct 2002

849

Fine document on vellum, dated June 6th, 1661, relating to the sum of ,500 being the residue of the purchase money to be paid by Bernard Walcot of Cranford, Northants to Lord Poulett for the purchase of the Manor of Walcot in Northants, written in a neat calligraphic script with elaborate calligraphic initial letter, signed by Poulett to base, in fine condition. Rare. Documents bearing the signatures of leading figures in the Civil War are now becoming scarce on the market. Poulett was a leading figure in the Royalist Army seeing service in Bristol, Winchester and Exeter. He was allowed to compound on the surrender of the city to Fairfax, but subsequently suspected of complicity in the Royalist plot of 1654/5 and went to the Low Countries. On the Restoration he was made Deputy Lieutenant of Somerset.

Walcot

Poulett

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4

1717

Dominic Winter 2 & 3 Oct 2002

930

Historically important indenture on vellum, dated 1717, being the marriage settlement of Edward Jeffery of Maidford, Northants and Ann Are of Weedon Beck, written in a flowing secretarial hand, with attached terrier on paper listing a considerable number of pieces of land which were subject to the settlement, both documents in fine condition. Rare. The terrier provides a wealth of description including personal and field and strip names. This is a late document to record such arrangements as the Enclosure Acts were being steadily introduced across the countryside.

Jeffery

Are

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5

1648-1700

Bloomsbury 20 Jun 2002

64

Northamptonshire/Leicestershire.- Group of indentures, relating to land in Little Bowden, Braybrooke and Daventry, documents signed or relating to: Eliab & William Harvey, William Allard, Thomas & Nathaniel Wade, William Ireland, John Prestwoode, Henry Pratt, Sir Edward Griffin and Heneage Finch, 20 documents, manuscripts on vellum, folds, soiled, many with seals appended, v.s., 29th November 1648 - 4th June 1700 (20). Little Bowden on the outskirts of Market Harborough is now in Leicestershire.

Harvey

Allard

Wade

Ireland

Prestwoode

Pratt

Griffin

Finch

 

 

6

1659, 1697-1707

Bloomsbury 20 Jun 2002

72

Lee (Thomas, of Farndon,) Indenture between Eliab Harvey and Thomas Lee "all that … inclosed grounde of pasture comonly called or knowne by the name of Madilose … in the parish of Little Bowden", D.s. "Tho Lee", manuscript on vellum, folds, wax seal, 360 x 760mm., 1st March 1659; and 13 others, documents, 10 relating to Little Bowden and 3 to Great Oxendon, Northamptonshire, v.s., v.d. 1697-1707 (14).

Lee

Harvey

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7

1775-1784

Bloomsbury 20 Jun 2002

87

Account book. Rent Accounts, manuscript, ruled in red, original vellum, 134pp. excluding blanks, original vellum, soiled, folio, 1775-84. Accounts include: South Sea House, Homerton and Tower Hill, City of London; Hempstead and Braughing, the Rodings, Loughton, Chigwell, Essex; Great and Little Oxendon, Northamptonshire; Sutton Points, Dorset; Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8

1724-1769

Bloomsbury 20 Jun 2002

100

Court papers of the manor of Great Oxenden, manuscripts on paper, 8 files, slightly browned, v.s., 28th October 1724 - Michaelmas [29th September] 1769.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9

1752

Bloomsbury 20 Jun 2002

207

Hervey (Samuel) A.L.s. to Mrs. Orchard, 1p. & address panel, 8vo, Tottenham, 22nd May 1752, regretting that he is unable to meet her as his father has just died and he is "obliged to remove into Northamptonshire; &, if I can bear the journey, & undergo the fatigue, to take the Living of Weston", folds, browned; and another, an indenture relating to Yorkshire, v.s., v.d. (2).

Hervey

Orchard

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10

1812

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1720  DEED POLL; PAPER COPY DOCUMENT. DOCUMENT DRAWN UP IN or AROUND 1812 AS A COPY DOCUMENT OF THE DEED POLL OF GEORGE LYNN OF SOUTHWICK IN THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTON TO MAURICE JOHNSON GENT. DOCUMENT REFERS TO A CASE IN HIS MAJESTY'S HIGH COURT CHANCERY IN 1714 IN CONNECTION WITH THE BARONET SIR CHARLES IRBY AND HIS SON ANTHONY OF BOSTON LINCOLNSHIRE AND LAND AT WHAPLOAD IN LINCOLNSHIRE - THE DOCUMENT MERITS FURTHER RESEARCH. ON THREE SHEETS OF J. RUMP WATERMARKED PAPER FOR 1812 - size 16 inches by 13 inches

Lynn

Johnson

Irby

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

11

1794

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1794 PAPER DOCUMENT - RELEASE AND MORTGAGE IN FEE. INDENTURE BETWEEN MARY EATON OF DEAN IN THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTONAND JOHN HUMINGS OF HOLBEACH IN THE COUNTY OF LINCOLN. LAND AND HOUSE AT AT WHAPLOAN IN THE COUNTY OF LINCOLN NEAR A PLACE CALLED HOLBEACH WASH WAY. GUARANTEED original on SIX SHEETS of BURTENSHAW WATERMARKED PAPER. IN VERY GOOD CONDITION.

Eaton

Humings

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12

1808

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

Hurst

Moseley

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

13

1643-1684

Bloomsbury 13 Dec 2002

23

. [?Barlee (William, rector of Brockhall, Northants)] Commonplace book, manuscript in two hands, 291pp. excluding blanks, 1f. loose, water-stained, slightly browned, original vellum, wormholes in lower cover, creased, yellowed and stained, a few edges frayed, sm. 8vo, 14th August 1643 - 20th December 1684. *** An intriguing volume with a possible connection between William Barlee, rector of Brockhall and Thomas Pierce (1622-91) through Lady Spencer of Althorp. Lady Dorothy Spencer, Countess of Sunderland (1617-84) was immortalised by Edmund Waller in his courtship poems as 'Sacharissa' "and by his verses secured for her a renown which she would not otherwise have enjoyed. The name of Sacharissa, which he bestowed upon her, was formed, 'as he used to say pleasantly,' from sacharum - sugar." - DNB.

 

Barlee and Pierce disagreed over calvanism in the Church of England and wrote several pamphlets refuting each others views. Pierce was appointed the young Lord Robert's tutor in 1652 and as Barlee lived only a few miles away they must have met. Includes sermons, religious notes, payments for books and "Paid towards ye trained bands since Nov 7th 1660", and tithes received from Lady Spencer and her son Lord Robert etc. The payments listed include numerous references for money paid to the Parliamentary army and the "country militia" such as 10 shillings "To Sr Tho: Fairfax his Army" on June 4th 1649 and a further 6 shillings 8 pence on 5th July. Also a payment to "Cromwell's Army" of 14 shillings and 3 pence in 1650.

 

Robert Spencer, second Earl of Sunderland (1640-1702), "he has generally been considered, and probably with justice, as the craftiest, most rapacious, and most unscrupulous of all the politicians of his age." - DNB.

 

Barlee

Pierce

Spencer

Waller

Fairfax

 

 

 

 

 

14

1786-1837

Bloomsbury 13 Dec 2002

31

. Loveday family (of Williamscote House, near Banbury).- Family archive including: Loveday (John, scholar, 1742-1809) Rent book: Alkerton, Arlescote, Bourton, Cropredy, Slat Mill, Thorp Mandeville, Wardington and Williamscot, manuscript, 86pp., in two hands, 3ff. at end loose, slightly browned, original vellum, covers bowed, sm. 4to, 6th March 1786 - 27th May 1837 § Plan of an Estate the Property of J Loveday Esq Williamscote Oxfordshire, hand-coloured estate map on vellum, slightly soiled and stained, folds, 722 x 830mm., n.d. [c. 1790]; and a quantity of others including many deeds and indentures and some 19th century maps of Williamscote extate, most deeds relating to the Loveday family, most deeds on vellum, some soiling, v.s., v.d. [seventeenth - nineteenth centuries] (qty). *** Oxfordshire and Nothamptonshire.

Loveday

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

15

1887

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MORTGAGE OF PREMISES IN NORTHAMPTON - 1883, AND RECONVEYANCE – 1887INDENTURE MADE 24TH SEPTEMBER 1883 BETWEEN MR CHARLES SMITH OF THE TOWN OF NORTHAMPTON, TAILOR, OF THE ONE PART, AND WILLIAM WARD OF WELLINGBOROUGH, SHOEFACTOR'S FOREMAN, OF THE OTHER PART. MORTGAGE OF 56 OVERSTONE ROAD, NORTHAMPTON FOR THE SUM OF 100 POUNDS. A second indenture is written on the third page of the first indenture, dated 1887, detailing a reconveyance of the property. Other names mentioned include: Alfred Page; Joseph Stretton; Mr King; Mr Hall. Handwritten on one piece of vellum folded into four pages. Two very good condition Revenue and tax stamps. Signatures and three very fine red wax seals. 26 by 40 cm (folded). Good condition.

Smith

Ward

Page

Stretton

King

Hall

 

 

 

 

16

1709

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1709 ANTIQUE VELLUM SALE DEED INDENTURE DOCUMENT. SPRATTON NORTHAMPTONSHIRE: IN THE REIGN OF QUEEN ANNE  - 'BETWEENE ANNE CHADWICK OF SPRATTON IN THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTON WIDDOW OF THE ONE PART AND WILLIAM CHADWICK OF SPRATTON AFORESAID SONN AND HEIR APPARENT OF HENRY CHADWICK OF SPRATTON. WITH ONE  OVER TAPE SEAL ON THE MARK OF ANNE CHADWICK AND TWO EMBOSSED BLUE REVENUE STAMPS . FOR LAND AND MESSUAGE AT SPRATTON BELONGING TO ANNE AND HENRY CHADWICK. GUARANTEED ORIGINAL AND IN GOOD CONDITION - SIZE 26 INCHES BY 16 INCHES ON ONE SHEET OF FOLDED VELLUM.

Chadwick

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

17

1761

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1 page vellum document dated 1761 Northampton. Offered is this one page vellum document dated 9 October 1761. It measures 14.75 inches long by just under 20 inches wide. The document is between William Davis of Towcester in the County of Northamptonshire, The Reverend Samuel Jemson of Weedon Park in the said County and Mary Sheppard late of London and now in Daventry in Northaptonshire. It deals with the leasing od Messnages cottages and tenements in Malting Close Towcester for one year. The document contains its original blue revenue stamp and three red wax seals with signatures of those listed above.

Davis

Jemson

Sheppard

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

18

1844

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Offered is this one page vellum document dated 28 December 1844. It measures 30 inches long by 22.5 inches wide. It is between Alfred Hopcroft to John Hyde. It deals with the conveyance by appointment of two cottages and premises in Brackley in Northamptonshire. It retains the revenue stamp and wax seals with signatures.

Hopcroft

Hyde

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

19

1870

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LEASE OF FARM IN THE PARISH OF HAPTON AND ASHWELLTHORPE, NORFOLK - 1870. Lease of a farm at Hapton and Ashwellthorpe in Norfolk for 24 years from Michaelmus 1869 and £166 per annum.  Indenture made between Thomas Lombe Taylor of Starston esquire, Edward Utting Dowson of Geldeston Merchant, John Withers Dowson of the City of Norwich Gentleman, George Errington Bolingbroke of Norwich Merchant, Horace John Booly of Norwich Schoolmaster, James Freeman of Norwich Baker, James Nasmith Mottram of Norwich Accountant, James Mottram of Norwich Accountant, Charles Frederick Stevens of Norwich Tin Plate Worker, Frank Withers Dowson of Ashwell in the county of Herts Brewer, Charles Jecks the younger of Northampton Gentleman, and Edmund Burnard Esquire of Hampstead, as leasors on the one part and Daniel Elmer Rattee of Hapton Farmer as lessee of the other part, made 10th day of September 1870. Lease of a 121 acre farm at Hapton. Very good condition 2 page vellum written in English. 13 Signatures and red wax seals in total. 57 by 70 cm.

Taylor

Dowson

Bolingbroke

Booly

Freeman

Mottram

Stevens

Jecks

Burnard

Rattee

20

1712

ebay

 

London & Northampton - PAPER ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT. A document written in 1712. Handwritten on TWO SIDES of CROWN AND FLEUR DE LYS BOND WATERMARKED PAPER - it gives details of the ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT BETWEEN SIMON ARIS OF THE INNER TEMPLE LONDON AND GEORGE BUTLER OF LITCHBOROW IN THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTON INVOLVING THE SUM OF ONE HUNDRED POUNDS. A VERY OLD AND RARE PAPER ITEM IN GOOD CONDITION WITH TWO WELL STRUCK RED WAX SEALS -ONE OF HERALDIC ARMS AND THE OTHER OF A MANS HEAD - AND TWO EMBOSSED REVENUE STAMPS.

Aris

Butler

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

21

1885

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INDENTURE DATED 19.4.1885 IS A TRANSFER OF MORTGAGE BETWEEN MARY ANNE UNTHANK,INWOOD HALL,NORWICH,AND CLEMENT WILLIAM JOSEPH UNTHANK A SHOP IN NORTHAMPTON.WITH SEALS AND STAMPS.IN GOOD CONDITION

Unthank

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

22

1723

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BARGAIN FOR SALE DOCUMENT DATED 1723. A documents drawn up in 1723 BETWEEN Christopher ROOKES AND ROBERTTA ROOKES TO JOHN SMITH. FOR MESSUAGE AND LAND STANDING AT POTESBURY AND EASTBURY IN NORTHAMPTONSHIRE -  THREE FIRM STRUCK EMBOSSED REVENUES AND PAPER TAX STAMP WITH TWO RED WAX SEALS.  WRITTEN ON HWS SHEILD WATERMARKED PAPER.

Rookes

Smith

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

23

1769

ebay

 

This document is written on 3 pages of beautifully Watermarked Paper and is in a clear hand. It is a detailed will and seems to have been based in Northampton. It was proved before a Judge in London on 29th December 1769. The pages measure 16 x 13inches. From the image the will is that of Knightley Adams of Preston? Ca...?, Clerk. Also mentions Simon Adams. Probate to Jane Adams, Wd., relict and sole Executrix.

Adams

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

24

1875

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Offered is this one page vellum document dated 10 february 1875. it measures 23.5 inches long by 31.75 inches wide. It is between Mr Charles Cooke, Tomas Barker, Richard Cappell, Thomas Ratcliffe and William Jeffery. it deals with the conveyance of messuages called Princess Alexandra situated in Harrison Road, Northampton. It has the revenue stamp and three wax seals with signautres of thomas Barker, Richard Cappell and Charles Cooke.

Cooke

Barker

Cappell

Ratcliffe

Jeffery

 

 

 

 

 

25

1779

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Offered is this two page hand written Last Will and Testament of John Tibbetts from Brackley in the County of Northampton dated 17 August 1779. It measures 13 inches long by 7.75 inches wide. It details what is to happen with his estate.It has a wax seal and the signature of John Tibbetts. It is in excellent conditon as it has been kept in a dust sheet. An interesting read and insight into the distribution of property in those times. From the image his wife's name was Susanna.

Tibbetts

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

26

1881, 1891

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Old English Mortgage Deed dated 28th December l881 with Transfer endorsed dated 7th September l891 (executed in the Reign of Our Sovereign Queen Victoria - Prime Minister at the time - William Ewart Gladstone) Between Ralph Henry Christopher Nevile of Walcot Hall in the County of Northampton and of Wellingore Hall in the County of Lincoln Esquire (1) Catherine Fleming Anderson and Jane Ann Anderson both of Winford in the County of Somerset, Spinsters (2) to secure the sum of £6000 Sterling with interest over messuages cottages and pieces or parcels of land situate on the west side of a road leading from Lincoln to Saxby situate in Spridlington in the County of Lincoln containing some 424 acres and 13 perches, with Deed of Transfer between the parties in reverse order dated 7th September 1891. This fine Indenture consists of 8 neatly handwritten pages. It measures 10.5 inches by 17 inches and its incredibly light weight is approx 51 grammes only. For its age it is in remarkable condition. The document is practically faultless apart from a very small dark stain on the back sheet which does not spoil the document. The document has been well preserved and is an ideal piece of English history for collectors of old hand written documents. The signature on the mortgage deed itself is a little faint and the original seal which is in near perfect condition is for some reason a very dark green/nearly black substance. The deed stamps in 1882 value £7.10.0. appear as though they were impressed only today. The seals on the Transfer are again near perfect. They are red. The Revenue stamps in 1891 value £1.10.0. are again near perfect. The 6 black Revenue stamps are again in beautiful condition as if only attached to the document today.

Nevile

Anderson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

27

1856

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1856 ANTIQUE DOCUMENT WOLLASTON NORTHANTS. interesting document for the Mansion House, Manor, rectory, farms and lands, tithes and tenements in the Parish of Wollaston. References to many people involved in leases and deeds and family marriage sttlements inluding: ON INDENTURE OF RELEASE FOR 1818 THE REVEREND WATSON WILLIAM DICKINS OF ADISHAM IN THE COUNTY OF KENT; FRANCIS DICKINS; DIANA DICKINS AND MARY DICKINS (THEN MARY KNATCHBULL); THE MOST REVEREND FATHER IN GOD CHARLES MANNERS SUTTON LORD ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY AND SIR EDWARD KNATCHBULL. BEING AN APPOINTMENT OF A SUM OF £200 PART OF A SUM OF £10,00 SECURED ON THE WOLLASTON ESTATE. - WITH AN IMPRESSED ONE POUND FIFTEEN SHILLING REVENUE STAMP . Wollaston Village East Northamptonshire With the find of a Saxon Village located on the feast field, Archeologists are digging to find evidence of once the heart of a Saxon village. So far they have uncovered accommodation of the Saxon village with evidence of old wells, a clay oven and work rooms. GUARANTEED ORIGINAL AND IN GOOD CONDITION SIZE 13 INCHES BY 16 INCHES ON ONE SHEET OF FOLDED PAPER WITH WHATMAN WATERMARK FOR 1856.

Dickins

Knatchbull

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

28

1880

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Old English Mortgage Deed dated 3rd September 1880 with Transfers endorsed dated 3rd September 1882 and 14th August 1891 (executed in the Reign of Our Sovereign Queen Victoria - Prime Minister at the time - William Ewart Gladstone) Between Ralph Henry Christopher Nevile of Walcot Hall in the County of Northampton and of Wellingore Hall in the County of Lincoln Esquire (1)Ann Chapman of Islip in the said County of Northampton Widow Lucas Foster of Irthlingborough in the said County of Northampton Farmer and Richard Phillips Tompson of Stamford in the said County of Lincoln Gentleman (2) to secure the sum of £10,000 Sterling with interest over messuages cottages and pieces or parcels of land situate on the west side of a road leading from Lincoln to Saxby situate in Spridlington in the County of Lincoln containing some 447 acres 1 rood and 25 perches, with Deeds of Transfer as mentioned above. This fine Indenture consists of 2 neatly handwritten pages completed on all 4 sides . It measures 28 inches by 23 inches and its weight is approx 117 grammes. For its age it is in very good condition. The document is practically faultless but 2 of the pages, the print is lighter than the others. The document has been well preserved and is an ideal piece of English history for collectors of old hand written documents. The signature on the mortgage deed itself is perfect and the original seal is in the centre of the Mortgagor's signature and is in perfect condition. There are 8 red Revenue seals and a similar number of black Revenue stamps and 2 blue seals with an additional 2 black stamps on the reverse side of the seals all again in perfect condition. The seals and stamps are in beautiful condition as if only attached to the document today.

Nevile

Chapman

Foster

Tompson

 

 

 

 

 

 

29

1660

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LARGE VELLUM INDENTURE CHARLES 2ND 18TH OCTOBER 1660. OUNDLE NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. EDMOND AND RICHARD CUTHBERT AND HENRY BLEWIT. FOLDS ONE VERTICLE ONE HORIZONTAL , PLUS OTHER MINOR ONES. SCRIPT IS CLEAR IN ENGLISH AND NOT FADED, TWO SEALS REMOVED BUT NO TEARS. LARGE ONE FOOT 8 INCHES X ONE FOOT SIX INCHES.

Cuthbert

Blewit

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

30

1793

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An attested copy document WRITTEN IN 1793 ON PAPER. BEING THE PROBATE COPY OF A WILL WRITTEN IN 1776 BY ELIZABETH RICHARDSON OF WELDON IN THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTON - LISTS GOLDWATCH, SILVER  COFFE POT AND STAND, MOURNING RINGS TO BE GIVEN TO MEMBERS OF THE FAMILY - LAND AND PROPERTY TO HER DAUGHTER IN HOLBEACH AND WHAPLOAD LINCOLNSHIRE. HANDWRITTEN ON ONE SHEET OF BUTTENSHAW WATERMARKED PAPER .

Richardson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

31

1615

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Location not given – Northamptonshire? (see below) An old vellum indenture dating 1615 from the reign of King James I. The writing is ornate and I am having difficulty reading it. It is possibly a will. The names involved are Summer and Brooks, also the name Allen is mentioned, probably a witness. The seal tags are present, but the seals have disintegrated

Summer

Brooks

Allen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

32

1610

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An old vellum 1610 from the reign of King James I. The names mentioned are Summer and Brooks. It is written mostly in latin. Amazingly the seal is still intact and has an impressed cross. Also mentions Daventrie in North’ton.

Summer

Brooks

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

33

1793

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A document on PAPER drawn up in 1793 AS AN ATTESTED COPY OF THE ORIGINAL OF 1765 -  GIVING DETAILS OF THE CONTRACT BETWEEN MRS ELIZABETH RICHARDSON OF HOLBEACH TO THE REVEREND MR. WILLIAM RAY AND WIFE OF WELDON IN THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTON - HOUSE AND SIX ACRES OF LAND AT HOLBEACH CALLED HOLBEACH WASH WAY. IN GOOD CONDITION  WRITTEN ON THREE SHEETS OF BUTTENSHAW WATERMARKED PAPER. GUARANTEED ORIGINAL 13 INS X 15 INS.

Richardson

Ray

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

34

1719, 1812

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1719 COPIED 1812 RARE ANTIQUE PAPER DEED POLL DOCUMENT. A document on PAPER drawn up in 1812 AS AN ATTESTED COPY OF THE DEED POLL OF WALTER LYNN OF SOUTHWICK IN THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTON. DETAILS OF - INROLLED IN THE HIGH COURT OF CHANCERY MADE OR MENTIONED BETWEEN SIR EDWARD IRBY OF BOSTON IN THE COUNTY OF LINCOLN SON AND HEIR OF ANTHONY IRBY WHO WAS THE SON AND HEIR OF SIR ANTHONY IRBY, DAME DOROTHY HIS WIFE - REFERENCES TO THE EARL OF STAMFORD AND THE LANDS OF LADY ELWILL. THIS DOCUMENT HAS A WEALTH OF DETAIL THAT COULD BE FURTHER RESEARCHED . IN GOOD CONDITION  WRITTEN ON THREE SHEETS OF J. RUMP WATERMARKED PAPER DATED 1812. GUARANTEED ORIGINAL 13 INS X 15 INS.

Lynn

Irby

Stamford

Elwill

 

 

 

 

 

 

35

1926

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1928 VELLUM INDENTURE DOCUMENT. VELLUM DOCUMENT DRAWN UP IN 1928 BEING A LEASE OF A PLOT OF LAND IN WILMSLOW IN THE COUNTY OF CHESTER. BETWEEN THE TRUSTEES UNDER THE DE TRAFFORD ESTATE ACTS 1904 AND 1914 BEING FREDERICK BARTHOLOMEW STAPLETON BRETHERTON OF ALTINGTON HOUSE, TELSWORTH IN THE COUNTY OF OXFORD A MAJOR IN HIS MAJESTY'S ARMY AND CHRLES EDMUND DE TRAFFORD OF HOTHORPE IN THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTON TO MR JOHN HANCHETT CHADWICK OF HEMINGFORD, MACCLESFIELD ROAD WILMSLOW IN THE COUNTY OF CHESTER, FRUIT AND SPICE MERCHANT. WITH THREE WAX SEALS AND THREE IMPRESSED REVENUE STAMPS - HAND DRAWN SURVEY MAP. GUARANTEED ORIGINAL AND IN GOOD CONDITION  - SIZE 25 INCHES BY 28 INCHES ON TWO SHEETS OF FOLDED VELLUM.

Bretherton

de Trafford

Chadwick

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

36

1784

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1784 ANTIQUE VELLUM DEED WEST HADDON LEICESTERSHIRE (?). ANTIQUE VELLUM INDENTURE FOR MESSUAGE BARNS OUTBUILDINGS AND LAND IN WEST HADDON IN THE COUNTY NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. CONTRACT BETWEEN GEORGE HARRIS OF THEDDINGWORTH AND WILLIAM GOODMAN OF WEST HADDON IN THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTON. SUITABLE FRAMING SIZE. GUARANTEED ORIGINAL AND IN GOOD CONDITION, SOME STORAGE WEAR, SIZE 20 INCHES BY 13 INCHES ON ONE SHEET OF FOLDED PARCHMENT WITH TWO ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMPS AND THREE RED WAX SEALS.

Harris

Goodman

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

37

1835

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Offered is this one page vellum document dated 27 August 1835. It measures 23.5 inches long by 30.5 inches wide. It is between John Ward, James Gardner and Elizabeth Dopping Arnold. It deals with the conveyance of two messuages and premises in Wollaston in the County of Northamptonshire. It retains the revenue stamps and three wax seals with the signatures of those listed.

Ward

Gardner

Arnold

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

38

1782

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1782 ANTIQUE VELLUM DOCUMENT LAND WARWICK. MANUSCRIPT INDENTURE DEED FOR THE LEASE OF ORCHARD LITTLE CLOSE CLOSE WITH STADDLE BARN LYING AND BEING IN HARBURY IN THE COUNTY OF WARWICK BETWEEN WILLIAM BICKLEY LATE OF THE BOROUGH OF WARWICK BUT NOW OF HARBURY AND DANIEL MANDER LATE OF SOUTHAM IN THE COUNTY OF WARWICK BUT NOW OF BIFIELD IN THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTON, APOTHACARY AND RICHARD MANN OF HARBURY, SHOPKEEPER. SOCIAL HISTORY - AND GENEALOGY FOR THE BICKLEY OR MANDER FAMILY SIZE 15 INCHES BY 22 INCHES ONE SHEET OF FOLDED VELLUM WITH ONE BLUE PAPER AND SILVER TAPE ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMPS AND TWO RED WAX SEALS GUARANTEED ORIGINAL AND IN GOOD CONDITION

Bickley

Mander

Mann

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

39

1901

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1901 ANTIQUE PAPER DOCUMENT GAYTON NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. LEGAL DOCUMENT; DRAFT ABSTRACT OF THE TITLE OF HENRY STURDGES TO THE MESSUAGE COTTAGES OF TENEMENTS AND GARDEN GROUND SITUATE AT GAYTON IN THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTONSHIRE WITH ENTRY FROM 1861. INTERESTING ITEM FOR COLLECTORS OF SOCIAL HISTORY, LOCAL HISTORY OR GENEALOGY FOR THE STURDGES FAMILY. GUARANTEED ORIGINAL AND IN GOOD CONDITION WITH SOME DUSTING AND SMALL TEAR TO FIRST PAGE - ON SEVEN SHEETS OF FOLDED WATERLOW AND LAYTON WATERMARKED PAPER SIZE 13 INCHES X 7 INCHES.

Sturdges

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

40

1841

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A ornate and large wavy edge indenture for the transfer of a lease. It is on vellum and is all beautifully hand written. All the 3 seals are intact. It is the transfer of a lease for property commonly known as the Kings Head and other premises in Spratton, Northants. It is from Thomas Underwood of West Haddon, Northants, Joseph Ridings Brown of Market Harborough, Leicester & Benjamin Dawson Norton of Birmingham to William Ekins of Brixworth, Northants. Other names mentioned. It is dated 10th Feb 1841. It is in virtually mint condition, a fine example. It measures 28” x 22”.

Underwood

Brown

Norton

Ekins

 

 

 

 

 

 

41

1831

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An ornate and large 3 page indenture for the Conveyance of the Kings Head and other premises in Spratton, Northants for £650. It is on vellum and is all beautifully hand written. It is from Messrs Brettell & Sharp and Mr John Walton to Thomas Underwood , Joseph Ridings Brown & Benjamin Dawson Norton. It is dated 24th June 1831. It is in good condition. It measures approx. 30” x 25”.

Brettell

Sharp

Walton

Underwood

Brown

Norton

 

 

 

 

42

1777

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1777 ANTIQUE OBLIGATION BOND DOCUMENT. LEGAL DOCUMENT : THOMAS EDWARDS OF DAVENTRY IN THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTON, GENTLEMAN BOUND TO ELIZABETH INGE OF THE CITY OF COVENTRY IN THE SUM OF £1000. WITH TWO IMPRESSED REVENUE STAMPS AND SEAL INTERESTING ITEM FOR COLLECTORS OF SOCIAL HISTORY, LOCAL HISTORY OR GENEALOGY FOR THE EDWARDS FAMILY GUARANTEED ORIGINAL AND IN GOOD CONDITION  - ON ONE SHEET OF FOLDED  'GR' WATERMARKED PAPER WITH TWO IMPRESSED REVENUE STAMPS + SEAL SIZE 8 INCHES X 12 INCHES WIT BY M GILBERT AND MATT: PAYNE

Edwards

Inge

Gilbert

Payne

 

 

 

 

 

 

43

1852

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1852 ANTIQUE DEED TO COACH AND HORSES INN. LEGAL DOCUMENT; LEASE OF THE COACH AND HORSES INN SITUATE ON THE MARKET HILL, SOUTHAM - TOGETHER WITH THE BLACKSMITHS SHOP, STABLE , BARN, GARDEN AND OTHER PREMISES SITUATE AT SOUTHAM IN THE COUNTY OF WARWICK. BREWERIANA EPHEMERA BETWEEN WILLIAM BAYLIS OF BRAUNSTON IN THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTON, FARMER AND WILLIAM RATCLIFFE OF THE CITY OF COVENTRY, BREWER IT IS QUITE RARE TO GET AND INN AND A BLACKSMITHS ON THE SAME DEED SO THIS WOULD BE A NICE PIECE TO ADD TO ANY COLLECTION INTERESTING ITEM FOR COLLECTORS OF SOCIAL HISTORY, LOCAL HISTORY OR GENEALOGY FOR THE WELCHMAN FAMILY GUARANTEED ORIGINAL AND IN GOOD CONDITION  ON TWO SHEETS OF VELLUM SIZE 29 INCHES BY 22 INCHES WITH TWO BLUE PAPER ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMPS AND TWO WAX SEALS

Baylis

Ratcliffe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

44

1839

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1839 ANTIQUE MANORIAL COURT FRANKPLEDGE. COPY LEGAL DOCUMENT; SURRENDER AND ADMITTANCE FROM THE MANOR OF GREAT KINGTON WITH ITS MEMBERS IN THE COUNTY OF WARWICK. THE COURT LEET OR VIEW OF FRANKPLEDGE WITH COURT BARON OF THE RIGHT HONORABLE HENRY PEYTO LORD WILLOUGHBY DE BROKE, LORD OF THE SAID MANOR SURRENDER AND RELESE BETWEEN EDWARD GOATE OF GREAT KINGTON, SURGEON AND CUSTOMARY TENANT TO SARAH REEVE OF BRAUNSTON IN THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTONSHIRE INTERESTING ITEM FOR COLLECTORS OF SOCIAL HISTORY, LOCAL HISTORY OR GENEALOGY FOR THE REEVE FAMILY THIS ITEM IS SUPPLIED UNDER THE GUIDELINES OF THE MANUSCRIPT COMMISSION GUARANTEED ORIGINAL AND IN GOOD CONDITION  ON ONE SHEET OF FOLDED VELLUM SIZE 17 INCHES BY 15 INCHES WITH TWO BLUE PAPER ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMPS

De Broke

Goate

Reeve

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

45

1649

Dominic Winter 1 Oct 2003

314

Braybrook Castle. An attractive vellum indenture, dated 23rd November 1649, between Sir Edward Griffin of Dingley, in Northamptonshire, and others for the purchase of the Castle of Braybrook, together with the mansion house, stables, malthouse, woods, and other lands and estates for the sum of ,850, complete with large pendant wax seal suspended from seal tag Indentures relating to the sale of Castles from such an early period are scarce.

Griffin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

46

1852

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1852 ANTIQUE BARONIAL COURT DOCUMENT WARWICK. LEGAL INDENTURE DOCUMENT; THE MANOR OF GREAT KINGTON IN THE COUNTY OF WARWICK; THE PRIVATE OR SPECIAL COURT BARON OF THE RIGHT HONORABLE ROBERT JOHN VERNEY LORD WILLOUGHBY DE BROKE. ADMIISION AND SURRENDER DOCUMENT BETWEEN JOHN EDMUNDS OF GREAT KINGTON SURGEON AND WILLIAM REEVE OF BRAMSTON IN THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTON FARMER FOR A COTTAGE AND BREWHOUSE NEAR THE SWAN INN IN GREAT KINGTON. INTERESTING ITEM FOR COLLECTORS OF SOCIAL HISTORY, LOCAL HISTORY OR GENEALOGY FOR THE BROOKS FAMILY  TWO RED WAX SEALS AND ONE ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMP GUARANTEED ORIGINAL AND IN GOOD CONDITION   - ON ONE FOLDED SHEET OF VELLUM SIZE 29 INCHES BY 24 INCHES

De Broke

Edmunds

Reeve

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

47

1820

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Offered is this three page vellum document dated 21 December 1820. It measures 22.75 inches long by 31 inches wide. It is between Joseph Hall, Elizabeth Briggs, Edwin Briggs, Richard Hall and William Dunkley. It deals with the assignment term of 1000 years of two messuages in Gold Street in Northampton. The document is very well written and retains the revenue stamp together with the five wax seals with signatures of those listed. It has four small holes on the corners of the folds. These are only located on the first of the three pages and does not detract from being able to read it fully.

Hall

Briggs

Dunkley

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

48

1750

Lesley Aitchison Website

 

Oundle ABSTRACT OF THE FREEHOLD ESTATES purchased by Mr. Rily. Abstract detailing leases etc. from 1708-1723. In a small neat hand on 2p sm. folio. Blank leaf with docket title. c1750 or earlier. £17.00 Ά Concerns land in the Hamlet of Elmington called Old Close, 13 acres in the Common Fields called Howhill Field and Windmill field etc.

Rily

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

49

1720

Lesley Aitchison Website

 

Oundle RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM whereby Simon Dickens, Francis, Bridgett and Ann Dickens release any claim on the lands of their deceased father William Dickens, late of Wormington, and acknowledge receipt of their share of the sale proceeds. Single folio sheet, folded, sgined by four parties, witnessed, small wax seals. 1720.

Dickens

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

50

1815, 1818

Lesley Aitchison Website

 

Pattishall COPY ADMINISTRATION with will annexed, of The Revd. Thomas Welch, Clerk. 5p., folio. Leaves the Presentation to Nether Vicarage and Parish Church of Pattishall, and his lands in Blakesley to his son, Presentation to the Rectory and Parish Church of Slapton to another son, etc. Will dates 1815, copy c1818.

Welch

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

51

1717

Lesley Aitchison Website

 

Covent Garden OBLIGATION BOND of Mary Miller, of Covent Garden, widow of John Miller, Merchant, late of Ramsbury in Wiltshire, to John Riley of Oundle, Draper, for œ160. In Latin and English, 1p., sm. folio, signed Mary Miller with good small wax seal, signed by three witnesses. Conjoint leaf with docket title. 1717.

Miller

Riley

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

52

1682

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1682 vellum/parchment obligation bond Between William Allard of East Farndon, Northampton and William Harvey of London Has four signatures and one wax seal Written in Latin on the top part with an English transcript on the bottom part Slight staining on top right hand corner but otherwise excellent condition for a document over 320 years old from the reign of Charles II

Allard

Harvey

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

53

1843

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1843 ANTIQUE DOCUMENT GAYTON NORTHAMPTON.. MANUSCRIPT LEGAL DOCUMENT; BEING AN ASSIGNMENT OF TWO LEASEHOLD MESSUAGES AND PREMISES IN GAYTON IN THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTON. BETWEEN GEORGE DUNCKLEY OF DAILSCOTE IN THE PARISH OF PATTISHALL BT NOW OF GAYTON AND HENRY DUNCKLEY OF EASTCOTE IN THE PARISH PATTISHALL, BAKER. WITH ONE ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMP - TWO WAX SEALS - INTERESTING ITEM FOR COLLECTORS OF SOCIAL HISTORY, LOCAL HISTORY AND GENEALOGY FOR THE DUNCKLEY FAMILY GUARANTEED ORIGINAL AND IN GOOD CONDITION ON ONE FOLDED SHEET OF PARCHEMENT SIZE 30 INCHES BY 23 INCHES

Dunckley

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

54

1932

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This auction is for an original legal document which was produced in 1932. The document is a compensation agreement relating to four cottages known as Rose Cottages on the South side of the Main Street in Werrington, Northants. The agreement is between the Dean and Chapter of Peterborough and Mr Charles Edward Francis. The document is part typed (appears to be a standard document produced by the Church Estates), with much hand-written. There is a veautiful Cathedral seal along with three wax seals which are in good condition. There is a small map of the property to which the document refers inside the front page. The document is on one large piece of paper folded, with three sides written on.

Francis

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

55

1942

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This auction is for an original legal document which was produced in 1942. This document relates to the estate of Mr Charles Edward Francis deceased and is a vesting assent in favour of Mrs Fanny Francis relating to four cottages known as Rose Cottages, Werrington in the County of Northampton. The document is on one large sheet of paper which is duly folded and written on one side. The majority of the document is typed (unfortunately legal documents were never quite the same as when they were all hand-written!!!) with hand-written additions where necessary.

Francis

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

56

1920

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This auction is for an original legal document which was produced in 1920. The document is hand-written on one large piece of paper folded down. Three of the large pages are hand-written with the back of the final sheet containing details of what the document contains. The document relates to the Manor of Werrington in Northants. This document appears to be the solicitor's copy, dating from June 1928, issued by the Deputy Steward at 37, Priestgate, Peterborough. The solicitor was Andrew Percival. There is a two shillings stamp representing the stamp duty which was payable. There is a small wax seal, but it is a more modern variety and not the proper more traditional kind. The document has red ink on the front showing that it was super-seded in 1928. (This is a receipt from a John Thomas Brown for £350.

Percival

Brown

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

57

1892

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This auction is for an original legal document which was produced in 1892. The document is on one large piece of paper which has been folded down. There are four pages with tight hand-written text on three of them, and the fourth page contains a summary of the rest of the document. The document does have seals, but they are the more modern variety. There are three of these seals, one of each party relevant to the document, William Appleby, GK Johnson and E Johnson. The document has also been signed by John Percival, the Deputy Steward. The document relates to Werrington in Northamptonshire. The document is a conditional surrender, but the document has been cancelled the year after, with red ink on top of the description in 1893 stating that the document has been vacated.

Appleby

Johnson

Percival

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

58

1893

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This auction is for an original legal document which was produced in 1893. The document is on one large piece of paper which has been folded down. There are four pages, two with hand-writing tightly throughout page, one half filled and the other is a summary of the document. This document appears to be a copy for the solicitor's file, as it is missing any stamp duty, but the document has been witnessed. The document relates to Werrington in Northamptonshire and is an absolute surrender. There is a line saying "the original surrender stamped 35/- is in the custody of the steward for presentment and enrolment, John Percival, Deputy Steward". The names on the document are Mr William, Appleby and Mr John Brown and the exact date is 25th March 1893.

Percival

Appleby

Brown

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

59

1852

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1852 RARE ARTICLES LEGAL PRACTICE PARTNERSHIP. FANTASTIC DOCUMENT FOR LEGAL PRACTICIONERS AS IT IT SETS OUT THE TASKS OF THE PRACTICE MANUSCRIPT LEGAL INDENTURE DOCUMENT; BEING ARTICLES OF COPARTNERSHIP. BETWEEN ROBERT FREDERICK WELCHMAN OF SOUTHAM IN THE COUNTY OF WARWICK AND CHARLES JOHN WELCHMAN OD WEEDON BECK IN THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTON. Whereas the said Robert Frederick Welchman has for five years last past carried on the Business of an Attorney Solicitor and Conveyancer at Southam in partnership with George Spraggett until the death of George Spraggett. That Robert Frederick Welchman shall generally attend at Daventry of the Market and Fair days. That Charles John Welchman shall attend at Southam every Monday plus many other terms and conditions WITH two ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMPS - TWO  WAX SEALS -  INTERESTING ITEM FOR COLLECTORS OF SOCIAL HISTORY, LOCAL HISTORY, LEGAL HISTORY AND GENEALOGY FOR THE WELCHMAN FAMILY GUARANTEED ORIGINAL AND IN GOOD CONDITION - ON ONE FOLDED SHEET OF VELLUM SIZE 20 INCHES BY 15 INCHES

Welchman

Spraggett

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

60

1823

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Offered is this vellum document dated 23 April 1823. It measures 21.25 inches long by 24.5 inches wide. It is between William Allen, Robert Smithson, John Smith and John Moore Robinson. It deals with the lease for a year of a dwelling house in Clovers Row (now Market Square) All saints in Northampton.It is well written and retains the revenue stamps together with two wax seals and the signatures of William Allen and Robert Smithson.

Allen

Smithson

Smith

Robinson

 

 

 

 

 

 

61

1845

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1845 ANTIQUE PARCHMENT COURT DEED WARWICK. MANUSCRIPT LEGAL DOCUMENT FROM THE COURT LEET OR VIEW OF FRANKPLEDGE WITH THE COURT BARON OF THE MANOR OF GREAT KINGTON AND ITS MEMBERS IN THE COUNTY OF WARWICK - LORD OF THE MANOR THE RIGHT HONORABLE HENRY PEYTO LORD WILLOUGHBY DE BROKE. SURRENDER OF HERIDITAMENTS AND PREMISES TO THE HANDS OF THE LORD OF THE MANOR TO THE USE OF  BY SARAH REEVE LATE OF BRAUNSTON IN THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTON - ALL THAT COTTAGE, BREWHOUSE, BARN, STABLE AND SHOP LYING IN GREAT KINGTON NEAR THE SWAN INN; MARK REEVE (BROTHER) APPLIES FOR ADMITTANCE. WITH ONE ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMP AND MANORIAL RECORD OFFICE STAMP. INTERESTING ITEM FOR COLLECTORS OF SOCIAL HISTORY, LOCAL HISTORY AND GENEALOGY FOR THE REEVE FAMILY GUARANTEED ORIGINAL AND IN VERY GOOD CONDITION - ON ONE FOLDED SHEET OF VELLUM SIZE 18 INCHES BY 16 INCHES

Peyto

Reeve

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

62

1772

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1772 ANTIQUE DOCUMENT KINGS BENCH NORTHAMPTONSHIRE REIGN OF GEORGE III**. MANUSCRIPT AND PRINTED LEGAL DOCUMENT;  TO WIT JOHN COLE COMPLAINS OF GEORGE SMITH BEING IN CUSTODY OF THE MARSHALL OF THE MARSHALLRA OF OUR SOVERIEGN LORD THE KING BEFORE THE KING HIMSELF FOR THIS TO WITT THAT WHEREAS MARY JENKINSON ON THE FIRST OF OCTOBER 1771 AT PASSENHAM IN THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTON DID DEMISE THIRTY ACRES OF LAND AND THIRTY ACRES OF PASTURE TO JOHN COLE .... WITH IMPRESSED REVENUE STAMP INTERESTING ITEM FOR COLLECTORS OF SOCIAL HISTORY, LOCAL HISTORY OR GENEALOGY FOR THE COLE FAMILY GUARANTEED ORIGINAL AND IN VERY GOOD CONDITION -  - ON ONE FOLDED SHEET OF PAPER SIZE 16 INCHES BY 11 INCHES

Cole

Smith

Jenkinson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

63

1802

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1802 ANTIQUE VELLUM DEED GAYTON NORTHAMPTON.. MANUSCRIPT LEGAL INDENTURE DOCUMENT; BEING THE ASSIGNMENT OF MESSUAGE, COTTAGE AND PREMISES AT GAYTON IN THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. FROM THE REIGN OF GEORG III - MUCH INFORMATION ON POWERS AND PROVISIONS INTERESTING INDENTURE MANUSCRIPT BETWEEN SUSANNAH BARBER OD TOWESTER IN THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTON AND RICHARD BARBER OF SHORT'S BUILDINGS CLERKENWELL IN THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX, CARPENTER AND THOMAS BARBER OF RED LION COURT AND CHARTER HOUSE IN THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. THREE ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMPS AND THREE RED WAX SEALS - INTERESTING ITEM FOR COLLECTORS OF SOCIAL HISTORY, LOCAL HISTORY OR GENEALOGY FOR THE BARBER FAMILY GUARANTEED ORIGINAL AND IN GOOD CONDITION WITH SOME RUBBING TO OUTSIDE CORNERS ON ONE FOLDED SHEETS OF VELLUM SIZE 30 INCHES BY 24 INCHES

Barber

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

64

1722

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1722 ANTIQUE VELLUM DEED FARM HATFIELD ESSEX. MANUSCRIPT LEGAL DOCUMENT; SALE OF FARM AT HATFIELD BROAD OAK  AT HATFILED REGIS BETWEEN WILLIAM WRIGHT OF LITTLE HOUGHTON OF THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTON AND MATHEW BATEMAN OF WHITECHAPPELL IN THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX AND JAMES ROUND OF LONDON. WITH SIX ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMPS AND THREE RED WAX SEALS INTERESTING ITEM FOR COLLECTORS OF SOCIAL HISTORY, LOCAL HISTORY OR GENEALOGY FOR THE BATEMAN FAMILY GUARANTEED ORIGINAL AND IN GOOD CONDITION  ON TWO FOLDED SHEETS OF VELLUM SIZE 29 INCHES BY 21 INCHES

Wright

Bateman

Round

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

65

1863

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An indenture dated 1863. "Mr Thomas Butlin and others to Mr John Letts. Conveyance of a dwellinghouse Bakehouse and premises at Long Buckby in the county of Northampton". Two sheets. Stamps, seals. Nice condition. Added is a memorandum with a blind stamp "six pence" and another stamp.

Butlin

Letts

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

66

1628

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1628 ANTIQUE DOCUMENT HAWPOLL NORTHAMPTONSHIRE REIGN CHARLES I **. MANUSCRIPT LEGAL DOCUMENT;  LICENCE OF ALIENATION TO BE GRANTED TO RICHARD BRITTON AND THOMAS BRITTON FOR A MESSUAGE ONE GARDEN ONE ORCHARD SOLD TO BENJAMIN TOMLINS AND JOHN WRIGHT - SIGNED BY BACON, ANTHONY CROFTS, THOMAS RAVENCROFTE AND FRANCIS POULTON - MEMBERS OF THE KINGS BENCH. FRANCIS POULTON WAS ADMITTED TO LINCOLN'S INN IN 1592. IN 1593 HE WAS MASTER OF THE REVELS - CALLED TO THE BAR IN 1600 HE LATER BECAME A BENCHER OF LINCOLNS INN, ONE OF THE COMMISIONERS FOR THE COMPENSATION OF ALIENATIONS AND A JUSTICE OF THE PEACE FOR MIDDLESEX AND SURREY AND STEWARD TO THE MANOR COURT OF ISLEWORTH SYON. THIS document STATES it was written while Richard Weston, 1st Earl of Portland (1577-1635) was Lord High Treasurer (1628 - 1635). He had opposed the wars with Spain and France, but in 1628 became Lord High Treasurer. A secret Roman Catholic, he persuaded Charles to make peace with Spain... VERY EARLY PROPERTY DEED IN GOOD SECRETARY HAND AND EASY TO READ INTERESTING ITEM FOR COLLECTORS OF SOCIAL HISTORY, LOCAL HISTORY OR GENEALOGY FOR THE BRITTON FAMILY GUARANTEED ORIGINAL AND IN VERY GOOD CONDITION  - ON ONE FOLDED SHEET OF PAPER SIZE 11 INCHES BY 8 INCHES

Britton

Tomlins

Wright

Bacon

Crofts

Ravencrofte

Poulton

 

 

 

67

1757

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DATED 22/4/1757. out of court surrender. by:Thomas Seale to George Jenning & Robert Turbutt. In the manor of Kingsutton Northamptonshire. Pristine condition. appox A4 in size.

Seale

Jenning

Turbutt

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

68

1708

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THOMAS LORD WHARTON BARON OF WHARTON IN THE COUNTY OF WESTMORLAND VISCOUNT WINCHINDON IN THE COUNTY OF BUCKS AND EARL OF WHARTON, WARDEN CHIEF JUSTICE AND JUSTICE IN EYRE OF ALL HER MAJESTIES FORESTS CHACES PARKS AND WARRENS ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF TRENT GRANTS TO THE RT HON HIS GRACE CHARLES DUKE OF GRAFTON PERMISSION TO FELL THIS SEASON: A COPPICE CALLED DUKE COPPICE AND BONDS COPPICE IN HASELLBOROUGH WALKE WETTIDGE COPPICE OF 74 ACRES IN SHOLEBROOK WALKE YOUNG WATERSLADE COPPICE OF 64 ACRES IN WAKEFIELD WALKE AND LONG COPPICE OF 20 ACRES IN HANGER WALKE. CERTIFIED BY TOBY CHAUNCY AND THOMAS LISTER ESQUIRE, ONE OF THE VERDERERS OF THE SAID FOREST OF WHITTLEWOOD IN THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTONSHIRE, AND THOMAS KNIGHT, REGARDER OF THE SAME. Dated 14th December 1708 in the 7th year of the reign of Lady Anne. A rare document from the Warden Chief Justice of Forests granting permission to fell trees. Includes several interesting conditions: "that her majesties vert and venison receive no prejudice" The document is written in English on vellum. Very nice seal of the Warden Chief Justice of Forests and signature of Lord Wharton.  Seal has tear along one side. Some creasing, staining and browning, and several very minor holes, but generally in a readable condition.

Chauncy

Lister

Knight

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

69

1708

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THOMAS LORD WHARTON BARON OF WHARTON IN THE COUNTY OF WESTMORLAND VISCOUNT WINCHINDON IN THE COUNTY OF BUCKS AND EARL OF WHARTON, WARDEN CHIEF JUSTICE AND JUSTICE IN EYRE OF ALL HER MAJESTIES FORESTS CHACES PARKS AND WARRENS ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF TRENT GRANTS TO THE RT HON HIS GRACE CHARLES DUKE OF GRAFTON PERMISSION TO FELL THIS SEASON: A COPPICE CALLED ROSE COPPICE OF 49 ACRES IN THE WALKE OF JOHN STIRK KEEPER, AND WAKES COPPICE OF 40 ACRES IN THE WALKE OF JOHN WINNE KEEPER. CERTIFIED BY CHRISTOPHER MONTAGUE, ONE OF THE VERDERERS OF THE SAID FOREST OF SALCEY IN THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. Dated 14th December 1708 in the 7th year of the reign of Lady Anne. A rare document from the Warden Chief Justice of Forests granting permission to fell trees. Includes several interesting conditions: "that her majesties vert and venison receive no prejudice" The document is written in English on vellum. Very nice seal of the Warden Chief Justice of Forests and signature of Lord Wharton.  Some creasing and staining, but generally in good condition for age.

Stirk

Winne

Montague

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

70

1801

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AN OFFICIAL DOCUMENT FROM THE MANOR OF KINGSUTTON. IN THE COURT BARON OF JOHN FREFE( NOT SURE ABOUT THAT NAME.)PERTAINING TO THE WILL OF WILLIAM KIRBY,CUSTOMERY TENANT,DECEASED.HIS LANDS IN THE FIELDS OF KINGS SUTTON ETC. HIS WIFE MARY KIRBY BENEFICIARY. SIGNED BY DEPT STEWARD WYKHAM, GENTLEMAN. DATED SATURDAY 10th JANUARY ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED AND ONE.VELLUM APPROX 10" X 12"

Frefe

Kirby

Wykham

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

71

1908

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

Hawley

Eykyn

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

72

1810

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This will consists of two hand written pages and one blank page and is the will of Hannah Simons of Plower(?) in Northamptonshire.Is dated 5th december 1810.Condition: as you can see there are stains to the left of the top sheet which go through the two others as well.The last two sheets have 'broken' at the crease.

Simons

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

73

1885

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Offered is this three page vellum document dated 16th September 1885. It measures 15.75 inches long by 9.75 inches wide. it is beetween Alfred Hopcroft, Ernest Hopcroft and George Crosby. It deals with the reconveyance of a freehold property cottages, bakehouse,stable,orchard and garden at Long Buckby in the county of Northamptonshire.It retains the revenue stamp and three wax seals with signatures. A nice clean document.

Hopcroft

Crosby

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

74

1777?

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1777 (Could be wrong) ANTIQUE VELLUM DEED NAPTON UPON THE HILL WARWICKSHIRE. LOW START PRICE AND NO RESERVE MANUSCRIPT LEGAL INDENTURE DOCUMENT BEING THE TITLE DEED BETWEEN THOMAS BROMLEY OF WESTRUPP IN THE PARISH OF BYFIELD IN THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTON, YEOMAN AND ELIZABETH SHORTLAND OF NAPTON UPON HILL IN THE COUNTY OF WARWICK BEING A DEED OF ASSIGNMENT ON SECURITY IN TRUST OF A HOUSE AND PROPERTY IN NAPTON UPON THE HILL REVENUE STAMPS AND SEALS IN FINE CONDITION - GUARANTEED ORIGINAL OF INTEREST TO SOCIAL HISTORIANS, COLLECTORS OF LEGAL DOCUMENTS AND GENEALOGY ON FOLDED VELLUM - SIZE 27 INCHES BY 32 INCHES

Bromley

Shortland

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

75

1853

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Offered is this two page vellum document dated 3 August 1853. It measures 23.5 inches long by 28.5 inches wide. It is between Thomas Knibb, John Banks, Charles Bollard, George Gray and Joseph Glover. It deals with the bargin and sale of a copyhold messuage or tennement situated in Little Weldon in the County of Northamptonshire. It retains the revenue stamps and five wax seals with signatures of those listed. A nicely written and clean document.

Knibb

Banks

Bollard

Gray

Glover

 

 

 

 

 

76

1795

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Offered is this one page vellum document dated 7 May 1795. It measures 26 inches long by 32.25 inches wide. It is between Joseph Hall, Jerimiah Briggs and Walter Mathius. It deals with the conveyance of a messuage tennement formerly called The Three Tuns and renamed The Rose and Crown situated in Gold Street in Northampton in the County of Northamptonshire. It retians the revenue stamp and has one wax seal with the signature of Joseph Hall. The document has a few small holes on the corners where the page was folded. This does not detract or interfer with the reading of the document. It is well written and clean.

Hall

Briggs

Mathius

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

77

1788

Lesley Aitchison Website

 

Killesby LEASE of a Farmhouse and Farm in Kellesby, including 93 acres known as Fennum Lets, Oathill, Buckhill, Ash Slade, and Sously, William Clever of Caswell in Greens Norton to Edward and David Wilkins, husbandmen. 1788. Vellum, 23" x 31", 3 wax seals, two small holes at fold, with loss of a few letters.

Clever

Wilkins

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

78

1708-1723

Lesley Aitchison Website

 

Oundle ABSTRACT OF THE FREEHOLD ESTATES purchased by Mr. Rily. c1750 or earlier. Abstract detailing leases etc. from 1708-1723. In a small neat hand on 2p sm. folio. Blank leaf with docket title. Concerns land in the Hamlet of Elmington called Old Close, 13 acres in the Common Fields called Howhill Field and Windmill field etc.

Rily

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

79

1649

Dominic Winter 7 & 8 Apr 2004

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Braybrook Castle. An attractive vellum indenture, dated 20th November 1649, between Sir Edward Griffin of Dingley, Dame Francis his wife, Sir Edward Watson of Rockingham Castle, and others, for the purchase of the Castle of Braybrook, as well as the Manor, estates Royalties, fishing rights, etc., complete with its three perfect large pendant wax seals attached Indentures relating to the sale of Castles from such an early period are scarce.

Griffin

Watson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

80

1755

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Indenture recording the release of a property in Newbury, Berkshire, between: John Godin of Buttolph Lane in the City of London, Chestmaker, Francis Huntridge of Wootton under Edge, Gloucestershire, Surgeon, Richard Huntridge of London, Richard Cooper of Newbury, Gent, and Thomas Pargiter of Greenworth, Northamptonshire, Doctor of Divinity. Dated 12th day of July 1755 in the 29th year of the reign of George II. A good vellum document relating to a messuage in Newbury on the East side of Northbrook Street where a malthouse once stood. Some slight rubbed text and browning, otherwise good condition. Handwritten in English on vellum. Signatures and seals. 76 by 62 cm.

Godin

Huntridge

Cooper

Pargiter

 

 

 

 

 

 

81

1816

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Offered is this three page vellum document dated 16 January 1816. It measures 22 inches long by 28 inches wide. It is between John Simpson, William Head, John Freeman and Thomas Freeman. It deals with the reconveyance of a messuage, tennements and Public House called the Kings Arms in Thrapston in the County of Northamptonshire. It retains the revenue stamp and two wax seals with signatures. The document is mottled, this does not detract from any of the writing.

Simpson

Head

Freeman

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

82

1860

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1860 OLD MANUSCRIPT DEED SOUTHAM WARWICKSHIRE. MANUSCRIPT indenture DOCUMENT DEED FOR CONFIRMING SALE AND ASSIGNMENT OF POLICY ON THE LIFE OF MRS. GARDNER FOR £1000 IN THE LAW LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY. REFERENCE TO THE INDENTURE OF 1859 BETWEEN ARTHUR GARDNER OF THE FIRST PART AND EMILY CATHERINE MASH OF SOUTHAM, SPINSTER OF THE SECOND PART AND JAMES MASH OF NORTHAMPTON IN THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTON, SURGEON, EDWARD POOLE AND THE REVEREND WILLIAM SPRAGGETT OF THE THIRD PART BEING THE SETTLEMENT EXECUTED ON THE MARRIAGE OF THE SAID ARTHUR GARDENER AND EMILY CATHERINE MASH NOW GARDNER WE HAVE SUPERSIZED THE PICTURES SO YOU CAN HAVE A CLOSER LOOK CLEAR SECRETARY HAND ON TWO SHEETS OF PARCHMENT WAX SEALS SIZE 29 INCHES X 23 INCHES

Gardner

Mash

Poole

Spraggett

 

 

 

 

 

 

83

1784

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An attractive and interesting hand written paper Obligation Bond document dated 5th  July 1774 during the reign of King George III, of Thomas Walker of Wansford in the County of Northampton  yeoman being held and firmly bound to Suzannah Nicholson of Barton upon Humber in the County of Lincoln Widow in the sum of one hundred pounds. Other names mentioned include: Thomas Chambers, Robert Etherington, Thomas Hardey, Property mentioned includes: Waterside House, Town Houses, Barrow Lane & Little Marsh all in Barton. Witnessed by: Richard Nicholson & John Isaac. A very clean and crisp document bearing the usual storage folds. Comprising single sheet of period watermarked paper approx. 20” x 15”  with all text fully legible for transcription. Single red wax seal countersigned by Thomas Walker plus two embossed revenue stamps.

Walker

Nicholson

Chambers

Etherington

Hardey

Isaac

 

 

 

 

84

1825

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1825 ANTIQUE VELLUM DEED REIGN GEORGE IV KINGSUTTON. LOW START AND NO RESERVE MANUSCRIPT DOCUMENT This being an COPY TITLE DEED OF RELEASE OF TWO CLOSES OF LAND SITUATE AT WESTRETT BARTON OR MIDDLE BARTON IN THE COUNTY OF OXFORD - WITH REFERENCES TO LAND AT KINGSUTTON BETWEEN GEORGE BARTLETT OF KINGSUTTON IN THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTON, FARMER OF THE FIRST PART, JAMES HAWTYN OF SHOTTERWELL IN THE COUNTY OF WARWICK, YEOMAN, ELIZABETH HIRONS OF WARMINGTON, JOSEPH PAINTER OF LEDWELL FARM IN THE COUNTY OF OXFORD YEOMAN AND TIMITHY COBB OF HAMBURY IN THE COUNTY OF OXFORD, BANKER.. CLEAR SECRETARY HAND ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMP WAX SEALS GUARANTEED ORIGINAL SIZE 29 INCHES X 23 INCHES

Bartlett

Hawtyn

Hirons

Painter

Cobb

 

 

 

 

 

85

1859

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Offered is this two page three in one vellum document. The priciple document is dated 17 October 1859. It measures 19.5 inches long by 27 inches wide. It is between John Loak, John Pye, Thomas Smith and John Chapman. It deals with the mortgage of a freehold estate including all that messuage, dwelling house, yard, gardens and stables in Hickmore Street, Wollaston in the County of Northamptonshire. The other indentures have been written on the reverse side of the principle document and are dated and refer to the the following. A further chearge dated 17 October 1859. A Reconveyance dated 19 March 1861. The document is clean and well written and retains the revenue stamps, wax seals and signatures.

Loak

Pye

Smith

Chapman

 

 

 

 

 

 

86

1794-1870

Chapel Books

 

[Kings Sutton]  Collection of Deeds & Papers

16 mostly parchment documents ranging in dates from 1794 to 1870. Predominantly to do with the Waters family, approx half are copyhold documents. An 1865 mortgage mentions a farmhouse 'formerly in the occupation of Thomas Gibbard but now converted into and used as five cottages or tenements and in the several occupations of...'. Earlier documents mention 'The Home Close or Towns End Close'. Without local knowledge it is impossible to say whether all the documents relate to one property but the investigation would make a good local history assignment. The group (ref 277/7)

Waters

Gibbard

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

87

1839

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Manuscript DEED SOUTHAM WARWICK Arnold to Whately 1839. LOW START AND NO RESERVE DURING THE REIGN OF QUEEN VICTORIA MANUSCRIPT indentured DOCUMENT This being a COPY TITLE DEED FOR THE LEASE OF ALL THAT PIECE OF LAND OR GROUND CALLED HOME GROUND OR BROAD BALK, LITTLE MEADOW -THE HOVEL THEREIN - ALL BEING IN SOUTHAM IN THE COUNTY OF WARWICK BETWEEN JOHN SMITH OF THE PARISH OF LONG ITCHINGTON IN THE COUNTY OF WARWICK, GRAZIER, THOMAS GOOSEY OF THE TOWN OF NORTHAMPTON, GROCER, AND NATHANIEL ARNOLD OF SOUTHAM, FARMER OF THE ONE PART AND HENRY WHATELEY OF BURTON DASSET IN THE SAID COUNTY OF WARWICK, GENTLEMAN. ON ONE SHEET OF PARCHMENT  ~ CLEAR SECRETARY HAND ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMP WAX SEALS GUARANTEED ORIGINAL  SIZE 20 INCHES X 27 INCHES

Smith

Goosey

Arnold

Whateley

 

 

 

 

 

 

88

1820

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Offered is this one page vellum document dated 20 December 1820. It measures 18.5 inches long by 23.75 inches wide. It is between Elizabeth Briggs, Edwin Briggs, James Harley and William Dunkley. It deals with the lease for a year of messuages or tennements in Gold Street in the Parish of All Saints in the Town of Northampton. The premises is an Inn which started life under the name of The Three Tuns, then called Rose and Crown and then The Goat. It retains the revenue stamp together with two wax seals and signatures.

Briggs

Harley

Dunkley

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

89

1826

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Offered is this one page vellum document dated 15 May 1826. It measures 19.5 inches long by 27 inches wide. it is between James Colls, Ann Colls, Mary Saunderson, Joseph Freeman Saunderson, Thomas Freeman and Thomas Cray. It deals with the release of the Kings Arms Inn and premises in Thrapston in the county of Northampto. It retains the six wax seals and signatures.

Colls

Saunderson

Freeman

Cray

 

 

 

 

 

 

90

1871

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Old English Indenture being a Disentailing Deed dated 30th November 1871 between Ralph Henry Christopher Nevile of Walcot Hall Northampton, Esquire (1) Thomas Henry Burroughes of Hutton Rutland, Esquire (2).  The Deed relates to the estate of the Rev. Henry William Nevile late of Cottesmore Rutland,Clerk, deceased.  The document deals with certain freehold messuages, farms, land, tenements and premises situate in the several Parishes of Aubourn, Haddington, Harmston New Eagle (otherwise Eagle Hall) Wellingor and Spridlington in the County of Lincoln in the Parish of Barnby in the County of Nottingham and in the Parish of Halstead in the County of Leicester.  It relates to his last Will and Testament dated 10th July 1829 (with one Codicil).

 

This large 4 page Disentailing Deed of Indenture measures 28" x 21.5" and weighs 213 grammes.  It has the original Government stamp duty seal on the face of page 1 with the original black Revenue stamp on the reverse side.  The signatures and 2 wax seals of the parties are extremely well preserved.  The Deed has memoranda endorsed thereon in the years 1879, 1880, 1881 and 1883.  It was enrolled in Her Majesty's Queen Victoria's High Court of Chancery on 1st December 1871 and the Court stamp is clearly marked on the front sheet.  For its age it is in good condition having been stored in the same Safe for over 20 years.

Nevile

Burroughes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

91

1780

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1780 ANTIQUE DEED Napton WARWICK Robins to Freeman. LOW START AND NO RESERVE FROM THE REIGN OF GEORGE III MANUSCRIPT DOCUMENT This being an COPY TITLE DEED FOR THE  LEASE OF ALL THAT MESSUAGE TENEMENT OR DWELLING HOUSE WITH BUTTERY IN STAVERTON AND LAND AT NAPTON UPON THE HILL IN THE COUNTY OF WARWICKSHIRE BETWEEN CHARLES ROBINS OF STAVERTON IN THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTON, CARPENTER AND JOINER AND EDWARD EARL OF DAVENTRY IN THE SAID COUNTY OF NARTHAMPTON BARBER OF THE ONE PART AND THOMAS FREEMAN OF DAVENTRY, GENTLEMAN OF THE OTHER PART. CLEAR  HAND ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMP WAX SEALs GUARANTEED ORIGINAL SIZE 30 INCHES X 24 INCHES

Robins

Earl

Freeman

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

92

1869

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MANUSCRIPT DEED Southam WARWICK Spencer to Spencer 1869. MANUSCRIPT INDENTURE DOCUMENT BEING A RELEASE UPON DIVISION OF RESIDUARY ESTATE UNDER THE WILL OF JAMES SPENCER LATE OF SOUTHAM IN THE COUNTY OF WARWICK GENTLEMAN . BETWEEN WILLIAM SPENCER THE ELDER OF INGON IN THE COUNTY OF WARWICK GENTLEMAN OF THE FIRST PART GEORGE TUCKLEY OF NORTHAMPTON BUILDER AND ANN HIS WIFE OF THE SECOND PART THOMAS IVENS OF ALVESTON IN THE SAID COUNTY OF WARWICK BUTCHER AND FRANCES KINMAN OF STRATFORD ON AVON OF THE THIRD PART AND GEORGE WITHERINGTON OF LONG ITCHINGTON IN THE SAID COUNTY OF WARWICK FARMER AND MARY HIS WIFE AND WILLIAM SPENCER THE YOUNGER OF SOUTHAM FARMER. GUARANTEED GENUINE AND IN VERY FINE CONDITION - ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMPS RED WAX  SEALS SIZE 30 INCHES X 22 INS ON TWO SHEETS OF PARCHMENT WITH TWO MANUSCRIPT ACCOUNT SHEETS ON PAPER

Spencer

Tuckley

Ivens

Kinman

Witherington

 

 

 

 

 

93

1826

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Offered is this three page vellum document dated 16th May 1826. It measures 23 inches long by 30.5 inches wide. It is between James Colls, Ann Colls, John Sanderson, Mary Sanderson, Joseph Freeman Sanderson, Thomas Freeman, John Sanderson and Thomas Gray. It deals with the release of the Kings Arms Inn and premises together with all houses, shops, outhouses, barns, stables, yards and gardens situated in Thrapston in the County of Northamptonshire. It retains the revenue stamp together with seven wax seals and signatures of those listed. A well written document.

Colls

Sanderson

Freeman

Gray

 

 

 

 

 

 

94

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

95

1709

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ANTIQUE MANUSCRIPT Deed SPRATTON NORTHANTS Chadwick 1709. reign of QUEEN ANNE MANUSCRIPT DOCUMENT This being a COPY TITLE DEED INDENTURE OF CONVEYANCE FOR ALL THAT MESSUAGE OR HOMESTEAD WITH ADJOINING APPURTENANCES SITUATE AND BEING IN SPRATTON BETWEEN ANNE CHADWICK OF SPRATTON IN THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTON OF THE ONE PART AND WILLIAM CHADWICK OF SPRATTON OF THE OTHER PART. ON ONE SHEET OF PARCHMENT  - SIGNED BY ANNE CHADWICK CLEAR SECRETARY HAND ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMP WAX SEAL GUARANTEED ORIGINAL SIZE 29 INCHES X 24 INCHES

Chadwick

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

96

1842

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Old English Indenture being a Deed of Assignment dated 26th July 1842 between The Reverend Gerard Nevile of Tilton on the Hill in the County of Leicester, Clerk of the one part and Henry Nevile of Walcot Park in the County of Northampton, Esquire of the other part. The document is on paper and is Water-marked "MORBEY & CO 1841". It is Stamped by The Revenue 16th June 1842 and Impressed with Duty Paid of One Pound Fifteen Shillings. The Document is a Bond for securing a debt of Five Thousand Pounds on the security of a One Seventh share under a Twelve Thousand Pounds Settlement contained within a Deed of Indenture of Settlemenr dated 19th September 1807. This Deed of Indenture measures 9.5" x 15" and weighs 19 grammes. The whole document for its age is in fair  condition. The writing is in black ink and although readable is small and a  little faded due to its age.

Nevile

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

97

1820

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Offered is this 2 page vellum document dated 21 December 1820. It measures 23 inches long by 30.25 inches wide. It is between Elizabeth Briggs, Edwin Briggs, William Dunkley and James Hartley. It deals with the conveyance of a messuage or tennement and premises initially called Three Tunns and now called The Rose and Crown situated in Gold Street in Northampton. It is nicely written but has three small holes on the corners where the pages are folded. This does not detract from its reading. It retains the revenue stamps and two wax seals with the signatures of Elizabeth and Edwin Briggs.

Briggs

Dunkley

Hartley

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

98

1672

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An indenture recording the sale of several manors and lands in Kent between The Honorable Edward Villiers esquire brother of the Right Honorable Sir George Villiers, Viscount Grandison Elizabeth Blount, widow of Walter Blount late of Maple Durham, Oxfordshire, esquire, Edmund Plowdon the elder of Shiplake, Oxfordshire, esquire, Edward Plowdon the younger of Aston in the Walls, Northamptonshire, esquire, and William Browne of Great Shelford, Berkshire, esquire. Dated the 20th day of March in the 24th year of the reign of Charles II [1672]. The document records the sale of the manors of Great Hood (Hoo) and Little Hood alias Abbotts Court and the hundred of Hood in the county of Kent, and also the advowsons of the churches of St Marys and Halsted in Kent, and also all other messuages of Edmund Plowdon in Cliffe, West Cliffe, St Marborough, Hood St Marys, Freindsbury, Higham, Cooling, Stoke and Halsted in Kent. Handwritten in English on vellum. Good condition. Document size: 23 by 45 cm. Signatures of the Plowdens and Browne.

Villiers

Blount

Plowdon

Browne

 

 

 

 

 

 

99

1820

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MANUSCRIPT DEED Northamptonshire BURTON > FISHER 1820. from the reign of King GEORGE IV MANUSCRIPT INDENTURE DOCUMENT BEING THE CONVEYANCE OF PREMISES MESSUAGE AND ORCHARD  AND A CLOSE OF LAND AT LITTLE BOWDEN IN THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. BETWEEN THOMAS BURTON LATE OF LITTLE BOWDEN IN THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTON HORSEDEALER AND NOW OF KINGSTHORPE IN THE SAID COUNTY INNKEEPER AND ELIZABETH HIS WIFE OF THE FIRST PART RICHARD BROUGHTON OF BLASTON IN THE COUNTY OF LEICESTER GRAZIER OF THE SECOND PART AND HENRIETTA FISHER OF CONDUIT STREET IN HANOVER SQUARE IN THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX OF THE THIRD PART. GUARANTEED GENUINE AND IN VERY FINE CONDITION - ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMPS RED WAX  SEALS SIZE 26 INCHES X 31 INS ON TWO SHEETS OF VELLUM

Burton

Broughton

Fisher

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

100

1869

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antique MANUSCRIPT DEED Spratton NORTHAMPTONSHIRE Whiting > Bryan 1869. MANUSCRIPT INDENTURE DOCUMENT BEING THE TRANSFER OF MORTGAGE OF PREMISES AND BARN STABLE AND OUTBUILDINGS SITUATE ON THE ESTATE CALLED COVENTRY CHARITY AT SPRATTON ADJOINING THE LORDSHIP OF HOLDENBY IN THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTON BETWEEN JAMES DAVID CHARLES WHITING OF EBURY STREET PIMLICO IN THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX SURGEON AND APOTHECARY AND CHARLES GEORGE WHITING OF THE SAME PLACE DENTIST OF THE ONE PART JOHN ORLAND OF HOLDENBY MILL IN THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTON MILLER OF THE SECOND PART AND CHARLES BRYAN OF BRISCWORTH IN THE SAID COUNTY FARMER OF THE THIRD PART. GUARANTEED GENUINE AND IN FINE CONDITION - ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMP RED WAX  SEALS SIZE 29 INCHES X 32 INS ON ONE SHEET OF VELLUM

Whiting

Orland

Bryan