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particular of the copyhold estate of ... Robert Surman

Robert Surman

particular of the copyhold estate of ... Robert Surman

(late deputy-cashier of the South-Sea Company) at Repham ... in the county of Lincoln, to be sold by ... auction ... 25th ... March 1724.

by Robert Surman

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The Settlement of Estates of Deceased Pe by Guy Newhall (English) Paperback Book The Settlement of. Settlement Estates of The (English) Paperback of Newhall by Book Pe Deceased Guy Guy Book Deceased Pe Settlement of Newhall Paperback Estates by The of (English) $   30th March - All the land mentioned in the Gorhambury Survey of as being the copyhold property of Robert and Richard Lacebye, together with certain parcells of land then belonging to Thomas Peacock, i.e.. Blushes Crofte, Hagdells, Kittecrofte and certain lands in Shrewfeild, were mentioned in a court roll dated 30th March 16th Henry

Get this from a library! A true and exact particular and inventory of all and singular the lands, tenements, and hereditaments, goods, chattels, debts and personal estate whatsoever, which Robert Surman was seized and possessed of Together with the abstract of the same.. [Robert Surman] (and some of his family) - a short memoir by Geoffrey Woollard. Much of the current knowledge of this eighteenth century worthy of Isleham, Cambridgeshire is derived from his Will, which was made in October and proved in November ~engcam/families/

Robert Gosnold my grandson shall pay to his brother Edward £ at 24 years, " to perform the will of my sonne Robert Gosnold deceased," and where the saied PLdward is admitted teunt to certaine landes, parcell of landes called Chamb^'laines lying in Grundisburghe being copyhold, which landes, with others, were given to Anthonie Gosnolde by AMS Beech Hill estate in Warbleton and Herstmonceux, [] AMS Lewes Toc H: minutes, ; cash-book, ; draft notes for The Rag (branch publication), c AMS Loyal address of the constables and burgesses of Lewes to Queen Caroline, [] › Home.


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Particular of the copyhold estate of ... Robert Surman by Robert Surman Download PDF EPUB FB2

A Particular of the copyhold estate of Mr. Robert Surman, (late deputy-cashier of the South-Sea Company) at Repham, alias Reipham, in the manor of Fiskerton, in the county of Lincoln.

To be sold by cant or auction to the best bidder, in the hall of the South-Sea House, on Wednesday the 25th day of March, At ten of the clock in the :// Get this from a library.

A Particular of the freehold estate of Mr. Robert Surman, (late deputy-cashire of the South-Sea Company) commonly called the manor of Gipthorpe, alias Thorpe, in the county of Lincoln, with the lands and tenements thereto belonging. To be sold by cant or auction to the best bidder, in the hall of the South-Sea House, on Wednesday the 25th day of March, Get this from a library.

A Particular of the freehold estate of Mr. Robert Surman, (late deputy-cashier of the South-Sea Company) in the parish of Beaminster, in the county of Dorset, called Axneller Farm.

To be sold by cant or auction to the best bidder, in the hall of the South-Sea House, on Wednesday the 25th day of March, At ten of the clock in the :// Get this from a library. A particular of the estate of Mr. Robert Surman situate at Wanstead in the county of Essex.

To be sold by cant or auction on Tuesday the 15th day of October. English: Fleuron from book: A particular of the estate of Mr. Robert Surman, situate at Wanstead in the county of Essex. To be sold by cant or auction on Tuesday the 15th day of October, A particular of the estate of Mr.

Robert Surman, - situate at Wanstead in Pris: kr. Inbunden, Skickas inom vardagar. Köp Kierkegaard and the Political Theory of Love av Darren Surman på :// Detailed particular and valuation of part of the estate of the late Robert Cooper of Salisbury, comprising Laverstock House, Laverstock Farm, fulling mill and cottages.

Please note: These are catalogue entries for records held within the Wiltshire and Swindon ://?startrow=0&offset=&type. 44v "A particular of my estate in Stonesby, late the estate of my uncle Thomas Reeve & in the possession of Richard Linney who is to pay the rents following from Lady Day " Rent advanced by £s.

p.a. 45v "A particular of my estate in Stonesby in possession of John Love". Rent advanced by £ Thomas Linney's  › Home. Attorney, business, estate, ersonal and housekeeing, continued by William Reeve from br /Inscribed on cover "Book of Accounts".br /Various notes on cover, including "Stonesby award executed 7th Aril, ".br /Note: most of the accounts in the hand of Thomas Reeve have been crossed through to s?pt=S.

Numbers in brackets give the number of pages referenced when greater than one. NOTE: The index is not quite in alphabetical order, although all the initial letters are grouped together. I would recommend that you use the search facility if you can't find a particular name - The Mansion’s Owners 1.

The Tillotsons - 2. The Finch Family - 3. Robert Surman - 4. Charles Raymond - 5. Donald Cameron of Valentines 6. Robert Wilks - 7. Charles Welstead - 8. Charles Holcombe - 9. Sarah Book for a Rainy Day, Streets of London, that is, to the eldest son of the late holder.

On whatever principle of descent the copyhold estate was conveyed to the successor of a deceased customary tenant it was always done at a manor court, in the presence of the lord of the manor, or of his steward, and only after the verdict and   Robert came onto the scene opportunely, for shortly afterwards the Reformation and Dissolution of the Monasteries provided him with a windfall.

In Henry VIII sold to Robert the erstwhile manors of Tewkesbury Abbey in Sussex, Kingston and Wick, together with the lands of Westminster Abbey, including Parham, for £ 6s Surrender: for £ Robert Wylie of Beverley, esq. Fowler Burton of Cherry Burton, captain in 97th Foot, and Rev.

William Greenwell late of Goodmanham, now of Wydale near Pickering (devises in trust for sale under will of David Burton, esq. dec'd.) to David Burton, jnr. of the Inner Temple and Cherry Burton, barrister U DDCB/4/62?.

The Manorial Documents Register (MDR) is the official index to English and Welsh manorial records and provides brief descriptions of documents and details of their locations in public and private hands. A number of counties have been revised and made available online. For Wednesday, Janu -THE BANGOR DAILY NEWS BANGOR MAINE WEDNESDAY I JANUA 15 RETREADED and USED TIRES i a We pay the highest cash prices far all sizes used tires We can also put   Introduction In the 18th, 19th and 20th Centuries four generations of the Greenwood Family were General Practitioners, Surgeons and Apothecaries with a practice in Ossett.

For the whole of the 19th Century, and for parts of the 18th and 20th centuries, the family lived at Sowood House on The Green, Ossett.

Sowood House, parts of which may date from the17th century, was not only their of Sowood House and the Doctors   So also in Revett's Case in the same book, p.when the will was made and the death of the devisor took place inabout seven years before the statute of 43 Elizabeth, and there had been no surrender, the land being copyhold, so that the devise to the charity was clearly void if made to an individual, and accordingly the younger son   Harley’s father, Thomas, conformed, became a hard-working deputy lieutenant, and enlarged the estate.

In Harley, the only surviving child from his father’s first marriage, married Anne Barrett, sister of (Sir) Edward Barrett* and step-daughter of Sir John Leveson* of Whorne’s Place, Cuxton, Kent. a work on the Book of Revelations The Hickstead estate therefore went to her husband, William Davidson, son of Dr.

Thomas Davidson of Muirhouse, Midlothian, on the death of his father-in-law. Randall George Davidson, the son of William and Charlotte, inherited the Ockley estate in on the death, without issue, of Harriet, widow of James Wood VI, his maternal great  › Home.

A surname, family name, or last name is the portion (in some cultures) of a personal name that indicates a person's family (or tribe or community, depending on the culture). Depending on the culture, all members of a family unit may have identical surnames or there may be variations based on the cultural ://The Greatham Manor estate, to which these documents relate, seems at its greatest extent to have comprised the whole of the parish (except some 20 acres of glebe), together with the adjoining Washingham Farm in the hamlet of Rackham in Amberley parish, making a total of acres.

(Particular of sale, W.S.R.O., Add. MS. ) › Home.The cuneiform inscription that serves as our logo and as the design motif for our endpapers is the earliest-known written appearance of the word “freedom” (amagi), or “liberty.”It is taken from a clay document written about bc in the Sumerian city-state of Lagash.

This Liberty Fund edition is reproduced from the fifth edition originally published by Little, Brown and Co.,