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Year: 1400's?

ID: Eng 267

1400's?

Info to come. ?- 0

 

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Year: 1558-1603

ID: Eng 155

1558-1603 Elizabethan Document

11 1/4" x 5 3/4". Latin.. F20- 34

 

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Year: 1603-1625

ID: Eng 156

1603-1625 Early Devon Fine (Final Accord)

(Script partially flaked off) - opening looks extremely similar to "German" document below - I believe I have translated it to be "James" as the King.. B4- 0

 

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Year: 1603-1625

ID: Eng 157

1603-1625 King James era Indenture

"This Indenture made...the reign of sovreign lord James the Sixth by the grace of god of England..." Appears to actually be written in old English? 16"x 10". F2- 33

 

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Year: 1626

ID: Eng 158

1626 Vellum

Dated in the same year that Parliament attempts to impeach Buckinghman and is disolved by Charles,which eventually led to Charles loosing his head some years later. DATE:1626. MONARCH MENTIONED: YES, Charles I mentioned on the second to last line. 1 red wax seal possibly depicting a bird. SIZE:14 by 8 inches. SUBJECT:Deed between a Mary Walker and a Edward Newby. The writing is worse than mine so it is very hard to read though in English. The bottom left corner has been torn away but with no loss of text.. B4- 0

Seal.

 

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Year: 1630's

ID: Eng 160

1630's Document

Charles I document according to seller.. B5- 0

 

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Year: 1633

ID: Eng 159

1633 Indenture

Norfolk - also 1617 date, Charles I.. B5- 0

 

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Year: 1638

ID: Eng 161

1638 Final Concord Pair

This is a final concord at Westminster made on the quindene of Easter which is, apparently, 15 days after Easter Sunday, in the 13th year of the reign of Charles I .......... 1638. It is between John Beard of the first part and Richard Valentine and his wife Elizabeth of the other part and concerns land in "Lewsham" - probably modern day Lewisham. They are each approx. 14" wide x 5" high.. F19- 42

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Year: 1642

ID: Eng 280

1642 Charles I Vellum Manor Deed Yorkshire

A Court Baron document for the manor...recording the surrender of copyhold...Slaidburn, Yorkshire (now Lancashire)...Rangill and Hellena his wife... Dated April 1642 in the 18th year of Charles I. Lands in Burngillmore, Netwon and Burne...parish of Slaidburn. . F8- 47

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Year: 1664

ID: Eng 162

1664 Deed

With seal tags of medieval ms.. B4- 0

View of one seal

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Year: 1668

ID: Eng 163

1668 Deed

Charles II document, a deed of some sort., the hand writing or printing is of the Old English Gothic style of calligraphy., the top all across the document is fancy penmanship, etc., folded as issued., measures about 14 x 27".. B2- 0

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Year: 1669

ID: Eng 164

1669 Indenture

English on one side, Latin on the other. With 1 seal intact.. B4- 0

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Year: 1676

ID: Eng 165

1676 Indenture

James Hostato (?) and Edward Athyood (?).. B5- 0

 

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Year: 1681

ID: Eng 166

1681 Indenture

Stafford, Charles II.. B5- 0

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Year: 1686

ID: Eng 167

1686 Indenture

I don't believe this is actually an indenture, nor am I certain it is British. It is more likely a church document and possibly from Spain. It has a very faint seal impression and is half printed and half written.. F15- 35

 

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Year: 1686

ID: Eng 168

1686 Indenture

This Indenture made the 3rd Day of June in the second year of the Reign of Our Sovereign Lord James the Second by the Grace of God of England Scotland France and Ireland King Defender of the Faith Anno Domini 1686 Between Francis Lund of Slaikhouses(?) in Dent in the County of York Cowper on the one part and John Yeates of Mine- - -(?) in Dent aforesaid in the said County of York Feltmaker on the other part . . . . .Witnesseth . . . . . Concerning Ploughsfield in Deepdale. Signed and sealed by Francis Lund.. B10- 0

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Year: 1690

ID: Eng 169

1690 Citation for "True Love"

This is a vellum citation. It is between: William & Mary, Charles Hedges of Kent, a Doctor of Laws and President of the Admiralty Court on the one part and TRUE LOVE: Master: William Spenser promoted by: Wm. Spenser, Jane Tickner and servants against Richard Mascall, Elizabeth Smith, William Roberts, Clarke & Petman. This document measures 12" x 10" appx with an 8" vellum pendant. It has a maritime connection with Ramsgate and the various parties lived at Dover & Canterbury. To accompany the document is an A4 sheet headed 'Kent Records' No 51 on which the information is noted. There is more writing on the reverse of the document.. B4- 0

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Year: 1693?

ID: Eng 170

1693 Deed?

Dated September 7th. It appears to be for property in Ringwood, YORK, England...between a WILLIAM BATTEN & JOHN GODDEN (who has signed and sealed the bottom of deed).. B2- 0

 

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Year: 1696

ID: Eng 171

1696 Indenture

Will Millor and Elizabeth Kidman.. B10- 0

 

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Year: 1697

ID: Eng 172

1697 Latin Final Concord Pair

Latin Final Concord pair.. B4- 0

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2nd of pair

Close-up of 2nd

 

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Year: 1698

ID: Eng 173

1698 Indenture

Noah Latroo? 20x28" 1 hanging seal. Goes with 1727 Eng doc?. B10- 0

 

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Year: 1699

ID: Eng 174

1699 Deed

Court Baron Rolls of Ashford, Kent 1699. Court of the Manor or Court Baron: it theoretically embraced two separate jurisdictions - a private one through which the economic activities of the suitors were regulated; and a public one through which misdemeanors were corrected sometimes known as a court leet. LORD OF THE MANOR BEING PHILIP, VISCOUNT STRANGFORD. THE DEED IS PRIMARILY CONCERNED WITH LAND MATTERS AND THE OCCUPATION OF IT BY A FAMILY CALLED VIALL WHO HAD INHERITED IT FROM A STRANGFORD VIALL. WRITTEN IN LATIN. Reign of William the 3rd. 15" x 12" One of lot of 12 from the same family that I only won 2 of. The other is 1706.. F2- 20

 

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Year: 1700

ID: Eng 175

1700 Deed

Robert Allanson, Nightingale. 10" x 8". F20- 43

 

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Year: 1700's

ID: Eng 269

1700's

George the II reign (1700's) Final Agreement in Chancery script (I swear I see the name Elizabeth all over this doc). B4- 0

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Year: 1702

ID: Eng 176

1702 Will

The Last Will and Testament of Thomas Carter of Kennington in the County of Kent, Yeoman, dated 1701 during the reign of William III who is mentioned by name at the end of the Will. The Will itself is beautifully penned with large fancy title words and in a fine hand. It measures 25 x 21.5". Attached at the gutter is a handwritten Probate certificate from the Archdicese of Canterbury with two light blue revenue stamps and tax stamp on verso. Measures 10 x 5. A hanging vellum seal tag with larghe black wax pendant seal attached.. B2- 0

Seal.

 

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Year: 1706

ID: Eng 177

1706 Mortgage Indenture

William Holly.. B5- 0

 

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Year: 1706

ID: Eng 178

1706 Deed

Court Baron Rolls of Ashford, Kent 1706. LORD OF THE MANOR BEING PHILIP, VISCOUNT STRANGFORD. THE DEED IS PRIMARILY CONCERNED WITH LAND MATTERS AND THE OCCUPATION OF IT BY A FAMILY CALLED VIALL WHO HAD INHERITED IT FROM A STRANGFORD VIALL. WRITTEN IN LATIN. Reign of Queen Anne. 14"x7" Other from lot is 1699. F2- 21

 

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Year: 1707

ID: Eng 179

1707 Document

Oxford, "Lawrence Lord the Elder of Fritwell" and "Robert Kirby of Soulderne". B6- 0

 

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Year: 1711

ID: Eng 180

1711 Mortgage

April 28, George Higgins and Roger Bragge in reign of queen Anne- It is between George Higgins of Crewkerne, a taylor of the first part and Roger Bragge of Misterton yeoman, of the other part. The document is a mortgage and concerns a "close" or field of arable land at or near Clamer Hill Head, Crewkerne and mentions an annual rent "of a Corne or Graine of pepper".. B2- 0

 

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Year: 1717/18

ID: Eng 181

1717/18 Indenture

Cheadle Hulm Astle, This indenture is on a single sheet of vellum, handwritten in Latin in very formal writing. It is a nice example of a Final Concord, made in the King's Court at Chester on Monday 30th September in the 4th year of the reign of King George I which is either 1717 or 1718 concerning a house and 15 acres of land at Cheadle Hulme. F19- 47

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Year: 1718

ID: Eng 182

1718 Sale of Land

Between JOHN FLEMING of Brampton, JOHN CHRISTMAS of Barnstaple, both of the County of Devon, England. The Indenture, is dated September 30, 1718 and measures 18" x 29".. B5- 0

 

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Year: 1720

ID: Eng 183

1720 Indenture - Release

Dated April 19, 1720. Size 27" x 30". This beautiful document seals the agreement between William Jelfs a yeoman farmer of Ruardon, Gloucester, and Richard Jelfs, his son, for the transfer of the father's farm lands "for his [son's] advancement and preferment" here called Ashwell Meadow, "forever quitting" all claim to the land. Handsome document of this ancient family practice. Large bold calligraphy, most attractive. With the red wax seal and signature of the elder, three embossed blue tax stamps, a large engraved flourishing Armorial heading with the King George I's name in the opening. Condition is clean bright fine (this was $65).. B5- 0

 

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Year: 1724

ID: Eng 184

1724 Grant of Order to a Deacon

The document is written in Latin but has a notation on the outside which says "May 31 1724, Grant of Deacon's orders to Revd Gilford Richardson". The document is clearly written and sealed (the wax is crumbling a bit)and measures about 10 x 6 inches.. B10- 0

 

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Year: 1725

ID: Eng 185

1725 Indenture

Thomas Randall and Thomas Wheeler on June 11 (one of 4 bought together with 1733, 1811, 1845).. B10- 0

 

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Year: 1727

ID: Eng 186

1727 Indenture

Another Latroo - or maybe Latree? Peter Latree? 10 1/2" x 8" when folded. Goes with 1698 Eng doc?. B10- 0

 

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Year: 1729

ID: Eng 187

1729 Indenture - Deed

Dated March 20, 1729. Size 23" X 29". Mary Davies of Knightson, Radnor, "widow", the Goughs, Elizabeth Bull, and William and Mary James transfer a piece of property inherited from Mary's late husband to Thomas Jones "yeoman". The purchase price is 328/4/-, a huge fortune at the time. The handsomely appointed farm is described as are all the terms and conditions of the sale. Nice large format early piece, decorated with no less than six red wax seals and signatures of the principals, three blue tax stamps, and a most unusual decorative printed heading depicting the Royal Arms, a motif not often seen on Indentures, along King George II's name prominent in the first line. Condition is clean bright fine. (this was $60).. B5- 0

 

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Year: 1730

ID: Eng 288

1730 Sheriff of Bristol Document with seal

Info to come later. F3- 28

 

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Year: 1731

ID: Eng 188

1731 Will

Norfolk, of Ann Cock of Elsing, Spinster, with detailed account of bequeathments to family members.. B5- 0

 

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Year: 1733

ID: Eng 189

1733 Indenture

Between Mary and William (I haven't translated the letters of the last names yet) on July 2nd (one of 4 bought together with 1725, 1811, 1845).. B10- 0

 

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Year: 1737

ID: Eng 190

1737 Will

Info to come. LB3- 0

 

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Year: 1744

ID: Eng 191

1744 Final Greement

Holland. B4- 0

 

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Year: 1746

ID: Eng 192

1746 Last Will and Testament

Dec. 15, Norwich England for John Stratton.. B5- 0

 

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Year: 1751

ID: Eng 193

1751 Document

Halmot Court document, Durham county, Ralph Bradley.. B5- 0

 

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Year: 1755

ID: Eng 194

1755 Final Agreement

? and Holland (PAIR of 2 parts, bought sep!). B4- 0

 

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Year: 1758

ID: Eng 195

1758 Probate

Administration Intestate Probate. Part printed and part handwritten. Dated March 3, 1758 and was granted to Mary, the widow of John Martin who died intestate. The document was granted by Lionel Seaman, Archdeacon of Taunton and bears his papered large seal (hanging/flat) and blue revenue stamps to the value of 10 shillings. 7.75" x 7".. B2- 0

 

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Year: 1759

ID: Eng 196

1759 Mortgage Deed

Margaret Burden of Doncaster in the county of York and George Burden of Leeds and Mary Tomlinson of Cirkhil in the county of York. Parcel of land at Doncaster on Lodge Lane (4 acres) and land at the lane on the Blaby to Doncaster Road (2 acres).. B5- 0

 

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Year: 1759

ID: Eng 198

1759 Conveyance

DATE: 13 Feb 1759. MONARCH MENTIONED: N. VELLUM: YES. SEALS: YES, 2 of family crest. SIZE: 28" x 22". SUBJECT: Nice good sized document with fancy printed heading, 2 good seal impressions. Conveyance of Land between Captain Sandys and William Chapman to William Benson all of the County of Lancaster.. B4- 0

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Year: 1762

ID: Eng 197

1762 Mortgage

Biggs (print is missing). B2- 0

 

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Year: 1768

ID: Eng 199

1768 Release

Nov. 15, Cole and Boll in Oxford and Norfolk.. B4- 0

 

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Year: 1768

ID: Eng 200

1768 Conveyance

Dec. 14, James Geak, Stephen Chapple and William Batt in Devon.. B4- 0

 

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Year: 1769

ID: Eng 201

1769 Bond

Durham county, Robert Leighton of Bishop Auckland Merchant and John Hunter of Medonnsley. Paper.. F21- 44

 

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Year: 1770

ID: Eng 202

1770 Probate Will

of Charles Yorke (copy).. B4- 0

 

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Year: 1770

ID: Eng 203

1770 Admission

Buckinghamshire Manor of Winslow, Admission of Mary Crockett & William Crockett under the Will of Robert Crockett of Winslow. With impressed revenue stamp.. B5- 0

 

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Year: 1773

ID: Eng 204

1773 Agreement

Property in Uttoxeter.. B10- 0

 

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Year: 1774

ID: Eng 205

1774 Will

Truly spectacular, on paper) of Mrs. Frances Torteseus, wife of Revernd Mr. Huhg Torteseus of the parish Tilleigh in the county of Devon, Clerk. 1' x 1.5'.. F2- 7

 

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Year: 1775

ID: Eng 206

1775 Bond

Bond to Indemnify against Incumbrances, John Preistman and Robert Champley, Jan. 28. Paper.. F2- 14

 

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Year: 1775

ID: Eng 207

1775 Surrender

Surrender court copy, John Mitchell.. B2- 0

 

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Year: 1776

ID: Eng 208

1776 Probate

Administration Intestate Probate. Part printed and part handwritten. Dated August 27th, 1776 and refers to the estate of James Shore who died intestate. The document was granted by Henry Arnold, Prebendary of the Prebend of Haslebore, "founded in the Cathedral Church of St. Andrew in Wells." It bears a papered large seal (hanging/flat) and blue revenue stamps to the value of 10 shillings. 7.75" x 7".. B2- 0

 

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Year: 1778

ID: Eng 209

1778 Final Agreement

Info to come. B4- 0

 

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Year: 1779

ID: Eng 210

1779 Norfolk

Norfolk, Copy of the admission of 1743, Mrs Mary Newdigate after the death of Edmund Newdigate her brother, relating to land and property in the Manor of Themelthorpe, and made at the special meeting of the court Baron held on the 7th May, 1779.. B5- 0

 

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Year: 1782

ID: Eng 211

1782 Document of Witnesses

Document drawn up in 1782 on paper. Handwritten, it gives detail of Thomas Nevill Clerk to Messers' Farrer and Lacy of Bread Street Hill in the City of London making an Oath. Signed by William PLOMER Lord Mayor of London 1781-82. Shield watermark.. F19- 43

 

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Year: 1783

ID: Eng 212

1783 Document

A Court Baron was similar to a Court Leet in as far as it was a manorial [rather than royal]court. It dealt with matters relating to the property of the Lord of the Manor such as the inhertance of leases etc. This example on parchment dates from Octiber 1783 at the Manor of Northwold in [I believe] Norfolk or Suffolk. Fees amounting to 7 shillings at the left. Document is folded for the picture - it is 12" x 11" unfolded.. F2- 4

 

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Year: 1783

ID: Eng 213

1783 Will

Great seal.. B2- 0

 

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Year: 1784

ID: Eng 214

1784 Lease

Lease for a Year, Dec. 1, Burkley and Whitehead.. B2- 0

 

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Year: 1788

ID: Eng 215

1788 Indenture

Aug. 12, Wilson and Heickley.. B4- 0

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Year: 1792

ID: Eng 216

1792 Final Agreement

Info to come. B4- 0

 

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Year: 1797

ID: Eng 217

1797 Document

Jury and Baliff selection, Oct. 25, Manor of Lodbury.. B4- 0

 

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Year: 1798

ID: Eng 218

1798 Probate

Info to come.. B2- 0

 

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Year: 1807

ID: Eng 219

1807 Lease

Joseph Brown, Dipper and Slade in Ledbury.. B5- 0

 

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Year: 1808

ID: Eng 220

1808 Final Agrement

Cambridge county, Dirkitt, Dorock. 48th yr of george III.. F12- 44

 

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Year: 1809

ID: Eng 221

1809 Copy of Manoral Indenture

This is a handwritten manoral document dated January 8th, 1794. It is a contemporary copy of the sealed original. By this document, Susanna Conway of Stoke Abbas, Dorset nominates her sons, William and Thomas, to be "the Lords next Tenants jointly..." after her decease.. F2- 3

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Seal.

 

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Year: 1811

ID: Eng 222

1811 Will (Probate)

King George the fourth is mentioned. Dates ranging through 1852. Interesting seal - two squares of paper with wax in between.. B2- 0

Seal.

 

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Year: 1811

ID: Eng 223

1811 Assignment of Leaseholder

Between Boswell and Kentish and Richard Allen (bought with 4 others together 1725, 1733 and 1845) on May 30.. B10- 0

 

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Year: 1814

ID: Eng 224

1814 Indenture

Indenture of Assignment of a Legacy under a Last Will land Testament dated the 16th of April 1814 ("... in the 54th year of the reign of King George III...") The Indenture of Assignment is between Wiliam Baxter, Gentleman of Emberton in the County of Buckinghamshire and Shem Baxter, Innkeeper of Buckingham. William Baxter received a legacy from the Will of Elizabeth Hayward of Breadwardine, Worcestershire in 1811 and now being indebted to Shem Baxter he Assigns his legacy.. B5- 0

 

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Year: 1817

ID: Eng 225

1817 Indenture

(Danby - York) between William and Sarah Watson, John and Betty Butterwick, Richard Robinson,Willian Frankland and John Cook. The document has four seals.. B5- 0

 

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Year: 1819

ID: Eng 226

1819 Lease

Info to come. B2- 0

 

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Year: 1826

ID: Eng 227

1826 Mortgage

April 25, Thomas Hill. Massive with 9 seals!. B4- 0

Seals

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Year: 1827

ID: Eng 228

1827 Lease

Info to come. B2- 0

 

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Year: 1829

ID: Eng 229

1829 Indenture

(Lease for a year), Aug. 7, Lapidge and Collins. View of seal. View of header.. B4- 0

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Year: 1838

ID: Eng 230

1838 Document

Dissolution of Partnership, Spence and Macfarlane, Oct. 3- SCOTTISH!. B4- 0

 

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Year: 1845

ID: Eng 231

1845 Duplicate Conveyance

Woodhouse, Sholt?, Mann, Johnston - huge.. B2- 0

 

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Year: 1845

ID: Eng 232

1845 Conveyance

Between Thomas Ellis Owen and Francis May and trustee (bought with group of 4 1725, 1733 and 1811) on January 31.. B10- 0

 

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Year: 1848

ID: Eng 233

1848 Will

Will of William HAYCOCK, Buckinghamshire, late of Twyford, spirit merchant. B2- 0

 

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Year: 1849

ID: Eng 234

1849 Conveyance

Woodford in Northhampton, huge.. B2- 0

 

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Year: 1852

ID: Eng 235

1852 Mortgage

Info to come. B2- 0

 

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Year: 1852

ID: Eng 236

1852 Certificate of competence

Info to come. B4- 0

 

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Year: 1853

ID: Eng 238

1853 Probate

Probate of the will of William Bishop farmer, from the parish of Aylton in the county of Hereford.. B5- 0

 

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Year: 1855

ID: Eng 239

1855 Admittance to University

Info to come. B2- 0

 

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Year: 1863

ID: Eng 240

1863 Lease

Info to come. B2- 0

 

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Year: 1866

ID: Eng 241

1866 Deed

Court seal, John Hall. B5- 0

 

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Year: 1866

ID: Eng 242

1866 Set of Indentures (2)

Daniel Leggatt and Jonathan Pink, Middlesex.. B2- 0

 

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Year: 1867

ID: Eng 243

1867 Assignment

Info to come. B2- 0

 

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Year: 1869

ID: Eng 244

1869 Lease

Info to come. B2- 0

 

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Year: 1873

ID: Eng 245

1873 Deed

District of Hereford, Joseph Taylor of Ledbury and his niece Hannah Gurney.. B5- 0

 

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Year: 1877

ID: Eng 246

1877 Lease

Hasting. B2- 0

 

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Year: 1879

ID: Eng 247

8179 Last Will and Testament

Last Will and Testament of David Morgan of Swansea.. B5- 0

 

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Year: 1880

ID: Eng 248

1880 Lease

Lease, Middlesex, between Henry Homan and John Pick, June 28.. B4- 0

 

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Year: 1881

ID: Eng 249

1881 Lease

Info to come. B2- 0

 

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Year: 1882

ID: Eng 250

1883 Mortage (3)

3 bldgs on same street. B2- 0

 

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Year: 1882

ID: Eng 251

1883 Mortage (3)

3 bldgs on same street. B2- 0

 

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Year: 1882

ID: Eng 252

1883 Mortage (3)

3 bldgs on same street. B2- 0

 

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Year: 1884

ID: Eng 254

1884 Lease (2)

2 bldgs on same street. B2- 0

 

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Year: 1884

ID: Eng 255

1884 Lease (2)

2 bldgs on same street. B2- 0

 

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Year: 1885

ID: Eng 256

1885 Lease (2)

2 bldgs on same street. B2- 0

 

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Year: 1885

ID: Eng 257

1885 Lease (2)

2 bldgs on same street. B2- 0

 

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Year: 1888

ID: Eng 258

1888 Deed of Conveyance

Village of Feckenham, Worcester county, Francis James and Henry Milward.. B5- 0

 

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Year: 1889

ID: Eng 259

1889 Deed

Many names of nobility including George Sholto Gordon Baron Penrhyn. ?- 0

 

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Year: 1890

ID: Eng 260

1890 Lease

Info to come. B2- 0

 

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Year: 1891

ID: Eng 261

1891 Conveyance

Info to come. B2- 0

 

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Year: 1896

ID: Eng 262

1896 Conveyance

Info to come. B2- 0

 

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Year: 1896

ID: Eng 263

1896 Assignment

Info to come. B2- 0

 

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Year: 1896

ID: Eng 264

1896 Curate

Info to come. B2- 0

 

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Year: 1896

ID: Eng 265

1896 Admittance to Priesthood

Info to come. B2- 0

 

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Year: 1899

ID: Eng 266

1899 Mortgage

Info to come. B2- 0

 

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Year: ?

ID: Eng 268

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" German" Gothic document - in fact, this is a Fine (Final Accord) which seems to have the standard opening, but I can't translate after the word "regis" 14"x5". F2- 19

 

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Year: ?

ID: Eng 270

Royal Wx Seal of Edward?

Royal Wax Seal of Edward ?. Closet- 0

 

Year: ?

ID: Eng 286

Old vellum Document

4" x 17". Probably Latin or Old English. According to the seller - the documents it came with all relate to Devon in England.. B4- 0

 

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