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Letter from W.J.Bethell of Merley to Edward Arrowsmith, esquire With reference to the Canford Leases. Detailed account with many names which are indexed. Signed: Both parties. Memoranda (copy). Surrender by James Conway of Binghams, Netherbury to Henry Compton of Manor House, Minestead, Southampton for the term of his life and of his assignees.. Lease. Thomas Hills of the Westham, Essex, miller on the petition of Thomas Gundry of Bridport, banker, surviving partner of William Downe of Bridport, deceased. (1) Mathew Bragge the elder of Thorncombe, gentleman. Witness: John Hearn, George Hallett.. (2)James, Earl of Salisbury and Margaret his wife. John Andrew to William de Lude.. Charter granting land in Sturminster Marshall. Witness: Thomas Rothley and George Adderly. Poole. Copy. John Canning surrenders to use of Walter Squibb and John Squibb sons of John Squibb to hold for life.John Bampfield, Lord of the Manor. Mentioned: Land Compton Abbas, son John, niece Sarah Biss, wife Sarah, Samuel White brother, daughters Sarah, Elizabeth and Ann, brother in law William Greens. 1. Lease of land in Marnhull (counterpart).. Lease of lands in Lytchett Minster for 99 years on lives. House, cottage, barn etc in Cranborne. Lord Shaftesbury v Arrowsmith Esq. Formerly occupied by Joseph James. Witness: Samuel Marsh Oram and J. Brickle. Counterpart of lease messuage and several closes of land at Chideock (1) William Speer Esq (2) Richard Knight. Died 27 May 1902 at Painswick, Gloucestershire. (1) John Bown of Motcombe, yeoman. (1) Joshua Churchill of Gussage All Saints, son and heir of Joshua Churchill late of Gussage All Saints (2) Robert Lambert of Dorchester (3) Samuel White of Poole, merchant.. Appointment of trustees under will of Eliza Bridget Seymer and Conveyance of house and land at Child Okeford.. Licence to assign. Deed of appointment. (1) Elizabeth Hanford of Moretonhampstead, Devon, spinster . Land at Allington.. Release (1) Francis John Browne of Frampton, Richard Bingham of Melcombe Bingham, Giles Templeman of London devisees of will of David Robert Michel late of Dewlish (2) Joseph Jefford of Bradpole, cordwainer. Copy admission of Peter Case to premises in Enmore Green. Signed: (1), (2). Release pursuant to a bond.. Watford Farm, etc, at Bradpole and South Wooth or Wooth Francis Farm at Netherbury. Assignment (1) Nicholas Goddard of Enfield gent (2) Thomas Luldow of [?] Lease of messuage and land at West Pulham. (2) Mary Dannell of St George, Hannover Square, Middlesex, widow. Relates to Messuage, garden with appurtenances in Sherborne. Lease for a year of a shop near the market place in Melcombe Regis.. (1) John Drigne Lervoult of London, gent. William Brown of Wool, yeoman, aged 35, tenement and land. Four pages (25 28) of sale particulars relating Lot 11 the Rectory of Godmanstsone sold in 1814.. Agreement for securing independent debt. Deputy steward: Thomas Coombs. Licence to assign. Opinion (copy) of Mr G. Hill of Lincolns Inn, London. Surrender and admission. Richard Bingham of Binghams Melcombe esq and Christopher Pitt of Blandford Forum.. A particular of the estate of Captain Edward Wake, deceased, the late Archbishop of Canterbury's father, in Thompson and Shapwick.. Abstract of title of Richard Henvill to a tenement and lands situate at Loscombe, Netherbury. Cannings Court farm, Pulham. Surrender and admission of property in Caundle Purse. Pasture lately part of Beaminster charity lands, close called Mapperton Naps and pasture lately part of Marsh farm.. Tolls of the Vale of Blackmoor Turnpike.. Affidavit of Richard Baskerville of Hoxton, Middlesex and Elizabeth his wife concerning the will of Robert Michel of Blandford Forum, M.B. Witness: Francis Elderton and James Buckle. (probate copy) Dated: 23 Oct 1800; probate 20 May 1801.. Bargain and sale. Mentioned: wife Eliza. Farms and Mill.. Will of Elizabeth Trenchard alias Sargent, spinster of Lytchett House in Lytchett Matravers. Pitt estates in Whitcombe and Tolpuddle.. Abstract of title to land in Chaldon Herring. Abstract of title. The museum includes information and over 2 million artifacts associated with archaeology (e.g., Maiden Castle), geology (e.g., the Jurassic Coast), history, local writers (e.g. Lease of cottage, garden and orchard in West Pulham. Widow, Ann Hodder.. William Tinney, born at Gillingham. Many field names and names, ages of tenants. Receipt of John Smith of Sydling and Benjamin Bechinoe of new Windsor, Berks, executors of will of Henry Smith of new Windsor, Berks.

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