[Manuscript]  An indenture, 1865, between Henry Spink, of Holbrook, carpenter and builder, and John Spurling, of Shotley: mortgage of copyhold hereditaments in Holbrook.  The property described includes The Hermitage Cottage held in the Manor of Holbrook.  Persons mentioned include Joseph Catt, Robert Jewesson.  A neat document written on a single sheet of vellum, in very good condition, bearing 2 red  seals and one blue revenue stamp.  £18

 

[Manuscript]  An indenture, 1888, between Alfred Sayres Edmunds, of Fleet Street, London, Howard Charles Ward, of Yeatton, Hampshire, George Richard Edmunds, Walter Edmunds, Doctor of Medicine, Maria Lucinda Tinling, of Christchurch, Hampshire, now travelling in Germany, John Gauler Wilton, Charles George Slade, a Colonel, Clement Upperton, Thomas Ridley, of Bury St. Edmunds: conveyance of  freehold land, hereditaments and premises in Pakenham.  The description of the property includes mention of Barton Mere Farm and Turpentine Field, and a coloured plan shows it exact position.  The document contains two schedules concerning earlier deeds.  Persons mentioned include Charles Stubbs Tinling, Charles William Francis Tinling, William Hugh Dennett, Sir Alexander James Edward Cockburn, Adolphus Slade, William Gill, William G. Turner, Edmund Hobhouse, Yorke H. Bird.  Written on 2 sheets of vellum, in very good condition, bearing 8  red  seals and one red  revenue stamp.  £25

 

[Manuscript]  An indenture, 1871, between Edward Salmon, of Stowmarket, ironmonger, and Arnold Suttle, innkeeper: conveyance of  two plots of land at Stowmarket.   Reference is made to an earlier conveyance of  1857.  Persons mentioned include Joseph Pearce, William Green.  A neat document written on a single sheet of vellum, in very good condition, bearing 2 red wax seals  and one blue revenue stamp. £18

 

[Manuscript]  An indenture, 1865, between John Bramston Stane, late of Ongar, Essex, then Basingstoke, Hampshire, and James Southwell, of Saxmundham: conveyance of property in Wilby and Stradbrooke including a freehold dwelling house with barn, outbuildings, etc..  Reference is made to the Manor of Russells.  Inset is a detailed plan showing the property.  There is also a schedule of the lands with references to the plan.  A numer of local place-names are mentioned, e.g. Little Meadow, Bran Meadow,Kearsley Hall, Fressingfield, Horham, Road Field, Six Acres, Eight Acres, Pightle.   Persons mentioned include Mary Alice Westbrooke, Thomas Berney Bramston, James Darby, Simon Barrett, Rev. John Bramston, William Barrett, John Hitchman Barrett, Thomas Gardiner Bramston, Thomas William Bramston, Mr. Seaman, Miss Fergusson, Lord Henniker, Henry Hansell, Annie Sparkes, John Hopper.  Written on 2 large sheets of vellum, in very good condition, bearing 2 red wax seals and two blue  revenue stamps.  £22

 

[Manuscript]  An indenture, 1860, between Henry Spink, of Holbrook, carpenter, and Jane Bolton, of Ipswich: deed of covenants to surrender copyhold premises held of the Manor of Holbrook to secure £200 and interest.  The property, which had been granted by the Lord of the Manor to William Spink in 1818, included a piece of land formerly part of Alton Green and parcel of the manor’s waste.  Its position is described in relation to adjacent lands.  A neat document written on a single sheet of vellum, in very good condition, bearing 2 red wax seals and one blue revenue stamp.  £18

 

[Manuscript]  An indenture, 1872, between Edward Thomas Hovell Lord Thurlow and James Lambert, of Stotfold, Bedfordshire: conveyance of  two pieces of woodland, part of Eastwood in the parish of Elmswell.  The document includes a coloured plan showing  the position of the property in relation to adjacent lands and geographical features.  Incorporated is a schedule describing 18 earlier related  indentures, 1808-1859.  Persons mentioned include Ezekiel Sparke, Daniel Pattle, John Forster, Rev. John Hodgson, Sarah Hodgson, Rev. Nicholas Tindal, Richard Franklyn, Walter Orbell Palmer, Thomas Hugh Hovell Thurlow, Susan Palmer, Frederick Palmer, Samuel Steward, Samuel Veasey.  Written on 2 sheets of vellum, in very good condition, bearing 2 red wax  seals and 3 blue  revenue stamps.  £22

 

[Manuscript]  A tripartite indenture, 1834, between Rev. Woodthorpe Collett and his wife, Elizabeth, and John Barthorp, of Hollesley: release of a messuage and land at Wetheringsett and covenant to surrender copyhold.  The property mentioned includes 28 perches of land at the north end of a close called Turners and Tyles held in the Manor of Wetheringsett and a  messuage called Scotts and 3 closes,  including Waterrats and Maryells.  Inset is a contemporary certificate of production of deeds.  Persons mentioned include Joseph Weavers, Henry Weavers, Sarah Twiss, Samuel Twiss, Thomas Carthew.  Written on 2 sheets of vellum, in very good condition, bearing 2  red  seals and 2 blue  revenue stamps.  £18

 

[Manuscript]  An indenture, 1866, between Rev. Charles Harwick Marriott, clerk, and Ann Seaman, of Ipswich: mortgage of freehold and covenant to surrender copyhold hereditaments at Stonham Aspel for securing £2,000 and interest.  The property included a messuage and farm, with barns, stables, land, etc., and a tenement called Elsyes.  Local place names mentioned include Bushy Pasture or Reddow Field, Sheckford, The Grove, Great Impaugh, Little Impaugh, Impaugh Wood, Long Close, Horse Ditch Meadow, Hither Brundicks, Middle Brundicks, Further Brundicks, Nowmans, Home Field, Tumbrils, New Way, Cart Horse Field, Coleway Way, Winston Green.  Reference is made to the Manor of Aspal Stonham.  Persons mentioned include Elizabeth Moyes, James Webb, Frederick Webb, Daniel Wartley, John Fosdike, Robert Catchpole, Frederick Hayward.  Written on 2 sheets of vellum, in very good condition, bearing 2 red wax seals and 2 blue revenue stamps.  £18

 

[Manuscript]  An indenture, 1860, between Samuel Cocksedge Codd, of Mendlesham, gardener, Francis Betts, of Stowmarket, carpenter, and John Hayward, of Needham Market: conveyance of  a freehold messuage in two tenements in Mendlesham.  The property was formerly one tenement and its position is described in relation to adjacent properties, with names of recent occupiers.   Reference is made to “the Fair Stall in Mendlesham”.  Persons mentioned include John Garrard, George Codd, Jane Codd, Mary Codd, Samuel Codd, John Lincoln, Samuel Jolly, Samuel Lambert, Frederick Hayward.  Written on a single sheet of vellum, in very good condition, bearing 3 red wax seals and one blue revenue stamp.  £18

 

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