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London Deeds. Bundle 10

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London Deeds. Bundle 10
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Miscellaneous deeds, mostly relating to lands outside London. As follows:-

(1) Quitclaim by Sir Thomas Josselyn of Dartford, Kent, relating to lands in Essex, 1618;-

(2) Tripartite agreement relating to the marriage settlement of Edward Wright and Helen Farrer, with reference to lands in Rosemary Lane, St Botolph, Aldgate, and Whitwall Grange, Herefordshire, 1677;-

(3) Release and sale by John Brocket to John Cutler of lands called Lashers, in Hurley, Berks., 1683;-

(4) Agreement relating to land called Bandons in Anstey, Herts., between John Brocket and John Stone of Brightwell, Oxon., 1684;-

(5) Lease by James Grace of Ham in Kingston upon Thames to John Robinson, yeoman, of parcels of land in Ham field, 1686;-

(6) Assignment of lease by way of mortgage of a messuage called Ham Mill House in Thatcham, Berks., by Charles Kiftell of Thatcham to Francis Butler of St Bride's, London, 1686;-

(7) Temporary lease for one year, and release to secure a debt by Richard Jordan to Thomas Jordan, conc. a farm in Fulbrook, Oxon., 1694, and related inquisition temp. Will. III;-

(8) Release by John Brocket to Charlewood Stuckey of Great Chelsea near Egham, in trust, of messuages in Egham, Surrey, 1701;-

(9) Collateral security to Mary Bellamy, one of the administrators of the estate of William Bellamy, for debts due from Leonard Henchman, husband of Sarah, née Bellamy, the other administrator, the agreement to be void if debts paid in full, 1716. Lands and messuages in St Alban Wood Street and other City parishes mentioned as security. Includes details of sale of South Sea Company stock;-

(10) Defeasance from Henry Cartwright to John Pocock relating to a money bond conc. the sale of a Scots regiment of which William, Lord Strathnaver, was Colonel, 1720;-

(11) Two fragments relating to a lease to Robert Norman, late 17th century, and rent payments in London and elsewhere, endorsed Manor of Ham, 18th century.

Bundle 11. Deeds relating to the settlement of the estate of Lionel, 3rd Earl of Dysart (d. 1727), including Ham House and estates in Middlesex and Suffolk; 1729-34.
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