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D/DU 805/24


Repository:Essex Record Office
Level: CategoryMiscellaneous
Level: FondsDEEDS OF LAND IN WEST TILBURY, ST.GEORGE THE MARTYR, MIDDLESEX AND ST. MARY NEWINGTON, SOUTHWARK
Reference Code:D/DU 805/24
Dates of Creation:27,28 May 1734
Scope and Content: Conveyance (Lease and Release) upon Trusts (to appoint new trustees)

Mary Holmes of Chertsey (co. Surr.), wid., daughter of Joseph Dakin, late of St George the Martyr, Cheesemonger, decd., Joseph Byne of [blank], s. and h. of Jane Byne, late w. of Magnus Byne of St George the Martyr, apothecary decd., daughter of ad Joseph Dakin and Thomas Creamer of St Ann, Westminster (co. Middx.) coach-harness maker, s. and h. of Sarah Creamer, late w. of Martin Creamer of St George the Martyr and daughter of sd Joseph Dakin (all co.hs. of sd Joseph Dakin), to Nathaniel Hough, D.D., rector of St Mary Newington Butts (co. Surr.) and of and of St. George the Martyr, Robert Skinner and William Scutt, churchwardens of St Mary Newington Butts, James Reading esq., Richard Atkinson, gent., William Purveyour, gent., Richard BOulton, carpenter, Edward Oliver, carpenter, Samuel Knight, painter, John Latham, gardener, Richard Bestman, weaver, calets Johnson, yeo., Edward Cole, bricklayer, Henry Hitchcock, gardener, Time Carter, distiller, Robert Tedstell, coachmaker, James Honeybunn, coal merchant, Samuel Palmer, joiner, Ainger Goddard, warehouseman, Nicholas Swan, chandler, Richard Keys, innholder, all of St Mary Newington Butts and trustees appointed on behalf of the parishioners and poor of that parish, and sd Nathaniel Hough, Thomas Dunn, Samuel Brightred and Richard Adams, churchwardens of St George the Martyr. Gilbert Clark, innholder, John Sowdon, woolcomber, William Bridger, mealman, William Hammond, surgeon, William Hill, salter, Benjamin Birch, gent., Luke , merchant, Edward Atkinson, salter, John Henn, innholder, William Wakeling, distiller, Thomas Dawborn, cheesemonger, Christopher Grout, grocer, Thomas Mash,tallow chandler, William Pulford,cheesemonger David Jones, mealman, Edward Speed, vintner and James Clark, linen draper, of all St George the Martyr and trustees appointed on behalf of the parishoners and poor of that parish

Property as in 805/2

Witnesses: George Byne, John Burch, John Burch New [ington] jun., John Whitehead
Date From:1734
Date To:1734



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