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Reference 36
Covering dates 1599-1867
Held by Plymouth and West Devon Record Office
Extent 104 files
Creators Bewes, Dickinson and Scott of Plymouth

Contents:
Collection of property deeds, indentures, bonds, marriage settlements and wills



DEVON DEEDS  [no ref. or date]

Plymouth  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  36/1  1749

Contents:
Lease for 20 years
1) Mayor and Commonalty of Plymouth
2) Henry Tolcher of Plymouth, gentleman
Garden, summer house and stable in Venwell Street
Consideration: £24 10s
Rent: 6d per annum

[no title]  36/2  1754

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 99 years
1) Joseph Freeman of Plymouth, goldsmith
2) John Lewis of Plymouth, merchant
3) John Julian of Plymouth, gentleman
4) Thomas Trenow of Plymouth, peruke maker
Messuage in Gaskyn Street, Plymouth
Consideration: £76

West Alvington  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  36/3  1795

Contents:
Copy lease for 20 years
1a) Sir Jonathan Phillips of St Stephens by Launceston, Cornwall, knight
1b) John Phillips Carpenter of Tavistock, esquire
2) Philip Thorne of Kingsbridge, yeoman
1/3 of Pearse's tenement, West Alvington
Rent:£4 10s per annum

Aveton Gifford  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  36/4  1813

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 99 years
1) Henry Vincent of West Alvington, yeoman
2) Mary Edgcombe of Aveton Gifford, widow
Tenement in Aveton Gifford
Consideration: £149

[no title]  36/5  1841

Contents:
Mortgage for £60
1) Benjamin Edgcumbe of Aveton Gifford, yeoman
2) Jonathan Goss of Kingsbridge, yeoman cordwainer
4 rooms, part of orchard, barn, hogsties, 2 gardens and a quillet in Aveton Gifford

Brixton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  36/6  1746

Contents:
Redemption of Mortgage for £200
1) Richard Brooking of Newton Ferrers, yeoman
2) John Love of Stoke Damerel, gentleman
Messuage called Butlew

Buckland Monachorum  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  36/7  1794

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or 3 lives
1) Thomas Lane of Coffleet, esquire
2) Peter Holmes of Walkhampton, yeoman
Messuage called Hatch with water grist mills called Hatch mills
Consideration: £450
Rent: 20s per annum
Heriot: 20s

[no title]  36/8  1829

Contents:
Lease for 7 or 14 years
1) William Reed, captain 48th Foot Regiment
2a) William Horswill of Tavistock, miller
2b) William Northcott of Milton Abbot, shoemaker
Messuage called Hatch & Hatch Mills
Rent: £20 per annum

Chivelstone  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  36/9  1759

Contents:
Release
1) William Loust of Stokenham, yeoman
2) Sampson Stone the elder of Stokenham, yeoman and Joan his wife
3) Thomas Cornish of East Portlemouth, gentleman
New cottage at South Allington
Consideration: £225

Churstow  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  36/10  1668

Contents:
Lease for a year
1) John Leigh the elder and younger of Churstow, yeoman
2) Thomas Leigh of Churstow, yeoman
Crosspark and South Down, part of a tenement called Merefield, near Churstow

[no title]  36/11  1668

Contents:
Lease for 100 years
1) Thomas Leigh of Churstow, yeoman
2a) Philip Leigh of Aveton Gifford, yeoman
2b) Tristram Leigh of Churstow, yeoman
Closes called Crosspark and South Downs, part of Merrifield tenement

[no title]  36/12  1668

Contents:
Covenant to levy a Fine
1a) John Standon of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
1b) John Leigh the elder and younger of Churchstow, yeoman and Johane his wife
2) Thomas Leigh of Churstow, yeoman
3) Walter Avent the younger of Modbury
Messuage called Hitchcombe near Venton
2 closes called Furzedowns, Plympton St Mary
Tenement called Merrifield near Churstow

Dean Prior  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  36/13  1662

Contents:
Marriage Settlement
1) Katherine Sherwill of Sherwill, singlewoman
2a) Thomas Hole of Farthell, esquire
2b) Richard Beele of St Budeaux, yeoman
2c) Ambrose Ryder of St Stephens, Cornwall, gentleman
2d) Edmund Bray of Landulph, Cornwall, yeoman
Messuage called Sherwill and moor, Cornwood

Dodbrook  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  36/14  1672

Contents:
Counterpart lease for 99 years or 3 lives
1) Joseph Bastard, gentleman, Richard Baker, John Yeab, John Hingston, James Gilbert, William Ball, John Hill, Leonard Kent, William Perrott, John Stidston, Arthur Oldreve, William Pinwell, Arthur Whitting, George Kendall, feoffees in trust of Kingsbridge parish lands
2) Elizabeth Wills of Dodbrook, widow
House near market cross, Dodbrook
Consideration: £34
Rent: 10s per annum

[no title]  36/15  1863

Contents:
Lease for 7 years
1) John Gilbard Pearse of Georgenympton, gentleman
2) John Stevens of Kingsbridge, cooper
Messuage in Dodbrook
Rent: £26 per annum

Egg Buckland  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  36/16  1599

Contents:
Lease for 2 lives
1) Arthur Hals of Efford, esquire
2a) Stephen Shute of Egg Buckland
2b) Joanne Handford, widow
2c) Thomasine Shute of Egg Buckland
Tenement called Poole
Consideration: 20s
Rent: 5s per annum

[no title]  36/17  1641

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or 3 lives
1) William Tothill of Peamore, esquire
2) Philip Francis of Plymouth, merchant
Poole, in the manor of Compton Gifford
Consideration: £90
Rent: 25s per annum and a capon

[no title]  36/18  1658

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or 3 lives
1) Henry Northleigh of Peamore, esquire
2) John Easton of Bickley, yeoman
Messuage called Poole
Consideration: £442
Rent: 18d per annum

[no title]  36/19  1686

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or 3 lives
1) Henry Northleigh of Peamore, esquire
2) Stephen Williams of Egg Buckland, husbandman
House and garden called Poole
Consideration: £12 and a broad piece of gold
Rent: 5s per annum

[no title]  36/20  1688

Contents:
Assignment of lease & counterpart
1) Henry Northleigh of Peamore, esquire
2) John Easton of Egg Buckland, yeoman
Messuage called Poole
Consideration: £28 and a broad piece of gold
Rent: 25s per annum

[no title]  36/21  1722

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or 2 lives
1a) Apphia Opie of London, widow
1b) Barbara Opie of London, spinster
2) James Crossman of Egg Buckland, yeoman
Higher, Wayne and Bakehouses, Oakehay orchard, Easter Buddle park, Easter Graddon park, Thornbury tenement alias Higher Thornbury
Consideration: £45
Rent: 5s 2d per annum
Heriot: 10s

[no title]  36/22  1729

Contents:
Counterpart lease for 99 years or 3 lives
1) Stephen Northleigh of Peamore, esquire
2) James Crossman of Egg Buckland, yeoman
Messuage called Poole
Rent: 25s per annum and one fat capon or 1s 6d
Heriot: £5

[no title]  36/23  1748

Contents:
Counterpart lease for 99 years or 3 lives
1) John Hippisley Coxe of Stone Easton, Somerset, esquire
2a) John Morshead of Plymouth
2b) Christian Leane of Plymouth, spinster
2c) Thomas Edwards of Yealmpton, gentleman
2d) George How of Plymouth, gentleman
Messuage called Little Efford
Consideration: £73 10s and one moyadore (£1 7s)
Rent: 8s 4d and one capon or 1s
Heriot: 13s

[no title]  36/24  1755

Contents:
Counterpart lease for 99 years or 3 lives
1) John Hippisley Coxe of Stoney Easton, Somerset
2) William Barry of Egg Buckland, esquire, tailor
New house called Pool Cottage
Consideration: £2 2s
Rent: 5s per annum

[no title]  36/25  1770

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or 3 lives
1) Mary Coxe of Peasmore, widow
2) John Cole of Plymouth, gentleman
Pool Cottage and land in Egg Buckland
Consideration: £6
Rent: 5s per annum
Heriot: 5s

[no title]  36/26  1770

Contents:
Counterpart lease for 99 years or 2 lives
1) Mary Coxe of Stoney Easton, Somerset, widow
2) James Cross of Egg Buckland, yeoman
Messuage called Poole
Consideration: £250 and one moyadore (£1 7s)
Rent: 25s per annum and one capon or 1s

[no title]  36/27  1775

Contents:
Copy counterpart lease for 14 years
1a) John Culm of Tothill
1b) Henry Tolcher the younger of Plymouth, esquire
2) Joseph Hamlin of Plymouth, basket-maker
Julian Hobbs meadow (a willow plot), Egg Buckland
Rent: £4 per annum

[no title]  36/28  1789

Contents:
Surrender of right
1a) Ann Crossman of Egg Buckland, widow
1b) Ann Crossman her daughter
1c) John Crossman her son
2) Henry Tolcher of Plymouth, esquire
Rights to Common of Estover and to the Great Wood or Marsh, Egg Buckland
Consideration: £20 plus a further sum of £7 per annum for the next 99 years or 3 lives

Holbeton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  36/29  1693

Contents:
Quitclaim
1) Samuel Wakeham of Holbeton, yeoman
2) Richard Treby of Holbeton, yeoman
Messuage called Crecombe and closes called Cross and Green parks
Consideration: £100

South Huish  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  36/30  1771

Contents:
Lease & Release
1a) Arthur Holdsworth of Dartmouth, merchant
1b) Allen Pering of Dartmouth, gentleman
2) George Lyon of Dartmouth, mariner
3) Susanna Lyon his wife
4) Robert Holdsworth of Dartmouth, merchant
Messuage called Uphill and Westerhill and 4 closes called Egvers
Consideration: £290

Kingsbridge  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  36/31  1700

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or 3 lives
1) John Tripe junior, Jonah Holditch junior, James Howell, Robert Kennaway, John Stidston, feoffees of Kingsbridge
2) Andrew Pope the elder of Kingsbridge, parchment maker Hextes close at Knoll in Kingsbridge
Consideration: £3
Rent: 12s per annum

[no title]  36/32  1737

Contents:
Counterpart lease for 99 years or 3 lives
1) James Roope, John Cranch, John Hawkins, trustees of Kingsbridge parish lands
2) Richard Milcombe of Kingsbridge, carpenter
Dwelling house
Rent: 20s per annum

Malborough  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  36/33  1772

Contents:
Lease & Release
1) Richard Roope of Kingsbridge, surgeon
2) Richard Birdwood of Plymouth, mercer
3) John Adams of Malborough, yeoman
Cottage called Hemphay (burnt down)
Consideration: £18

South Milton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  36/34  1830

Contents:
Lease & Release upon trust for sale
1) Samuel Burgoyne of South Milton, husbandman
2) Thomas Square of Thurleston, gentleman
2 houses, house and garden called Willowbeer
Enclosures: receipts, account of succession to Henry Roe Square, 1831-1860

Modbury  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  36/35  1634

Contents:
Lease & Counterpart for 3 lives
1) George Mills of Modbury, weaver
2a) Hugh Avery the elder of Modbury, tailor
2b) Elizabeth his wife
2c) Hugh Avery the younger
Tenement called Brownstreet
Rent: 5s

[no title]  36/36  1638

Contents:
Bargain & Sale
1) George Milles of Modbury, weaver
2) Walter Sear of Modbury, tailor
Messuage called Kister and Wester gardens with cottage in Brownston Street
Consideration: £10

[no title]  36/37  1658

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or 3 lives
1a) Thomas Weymouth of Plymouth, joiner
1b) Agnes his wife
2) Thomas Oliver of Modbury, cordwainer
Messuage called Wester garden in Brownstreet
Consideration: £30
Rent: 10s per annum
Enclosure: Bond for £80, 1658

[no title]  36/38  1672

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or 3 lives
1a) Thomas Weymouth of Plymouth, joiner
1b) Agnes his wife
2) Henry Legassick of Modbury, cordwainer
Messuage called Wester garden adjoining Brownston Street
Consideration: £6
Rent: 10s per annum

[no title]  36/39  1709

Contents:
Release
1a) John Oliver of Totnes, clothier
1b) John Herneman of Totnes, staymaker
2) Pascho Legassick of Modbury
2 messuages in Brown Street alias Brownston Street
Consideration: £34 2s

[no title]  36/40  1789

Contents:
Mortgage for £50
1) John Cumming the younger of Modbury, carpenter
2) Richard Perring, Henry Legassick of Modbury, gentlemen, trustees of the Friendly Society, Modbury
Houses adjoining Browns Street alias Brownston Street
Enclosure: receipts, 1791-1826

Peter Tavy  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  36/41  1679

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or 2 lives
1) Josias Foot of Walkhampton, yeoman
2) Walter Cloke of Peter Tavy, yeoman
Messuage called Willsworthy
Consideration: £120
Rent: 20s per annum

Plympton St Mary  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  36/42  1654

Contents:
Final Concord & Foot of Fine
1) Tristram Avent, gentleman, plaintiff
2) Stephen and Margery Pearse, deforciants
Land in Hemerdon
Consideration: £60

[no title]  36/43  1664/5

Contents:
Lease for 50 years
1) Tristram Avent of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
2) Richard Pearse of Holbeton, yeoman
Messuage called Sherwills tenement, Hemerdon Ball
Consideration: 5s
Enclosure: note of Common Recovery, 1672

[no title]  36/44  1664/5

Contents:
Bargain & Sale
1a) Christopher Cowne of Dean Prior, gentleman
1b) Thomasine Cowne
1c) Thomasine Oliver of Cornwood
1d) Agnes Oliver of Cornwood
2) Tristram Avent of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
2/3 of Sherwills tenement in Hemerdon and common on Hemerdon Ball
Consideration: £100

[no title]  36/45  1664/5

Contents:
Lease & Release
1) Francis Ambrose of St Budeaux, yeoman
2) Tristram Avent of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
1/3 of Sherwills tenement in Hemerdon and common on Hemerdon Ball
Consideration: £50

[no title]  36/46  1664/5

Contents:
Feoffment
1) Francis Ambrose of St Budeaux, yeoman
2) Tristram Avent of Plympton St Mary
Consideration: £50

[no title]  36/47  1664/5

Contents:
Feoffment
1a) Christopher Cowne of Dean Prior, gentleman
1b) Thomasine his wife
1c) Thomasine Oliver, their daughter
1d) Agnes Sherwill of Cornwood
2) Tristram Avent of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
2/3 of Sherwills tenement in Hemerdon and common on Hemerdon Ball
Consideration: £100

[no title]  36/48  1665

Contents:
Final Concords
1) Tristram Avent, querent
2) Christopher & Thomasine Cowne, Thomazine Oliver, Agnes Sherwill & Francis Ambrose, deforciants
Sherwill's tenement

[no title]  36/49  1670

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 100 years
1) John Veale of Plympton St Mary, mason
2a) John Standon of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
2b) Michael Willinge the elder of Aveton Gifford, yeoman
Messuage called Willoughby, manor of Plympton Grange

Shaugh Prior  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  36/50  1699

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or 3 lives
1) John Martin of Plympton St Mary, gentleman
2) Philip Searle of Shaugh Prior, yeoman
1/8 of messuage called Hentorr
Consideration: 12s 6d
Rent: 1s per annum
Heriot: 5s

[no title]  36/51  1699

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or 3 lives
1) John Pollexfen of Great Wembury, esquire
2) Philip Searle of Shaugh Prior, esquire
1/2 tenement called Hentorr
Consideration: 50s
Rent: 40s per annum

[no title]  36/52  1703

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 99 years or 3 lives
1) Philip Searle of Shaugh Prior, yeoman
2) John Martyn of Plymouth, esquire
Moiety of tenement called Hentorr
Rent: 4s per annum

[no title]  36/53  1760

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 99 years
1a) Joan Cole of Shaugh Prior, spinster
1b) Jane Tozer of Shaugh Prior, widow
2) Henry Tolcher of Plymouth, esquire
Moiety of tenement called Hentorr and common on Lee Moor
Consideration: 5s
Rent: 1s per annum

Slapton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  36/54  1852

Contents:
Lease for 6 years
1a) William Bastard of Slapton, gentleman
1b) Richard Bastard of Slapton, gentleman
2) Samuel Coad the elder and younger of Blackawton, yeoman Farm called Scarswell
Rent: £80 per annum

[no title]  36/55  1857

Contents:
Notice to quit
1) William and Richard Bastard of Slapton, gentlemen
2) Samuel Coad the elder and younger of Slapton Farm called Scarswell

Stokenham  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  36/56  1736

Contents:
Assignment of legacy of £5 per annum
1) Susanna Field of Plymouth, spinster
2) Hugh Horsham of Berry Pomeroy, yeoman House, bakehouse, outhouses and fields called Broad, New & Tongue parks, Mowhay and Millhay in Colridge
Consideration: £40

[no title]  36/57  1740

Contents:
Assignment of legacy of £5 per annum
1) Susanna Field of Plymouth, spinster
2) Henry Tolcher
Messuage called Colridge, house, bakehouse and outhouses with Broad, New & Tongue parks, Mowhay, bakehouse garden, Millhay alias Willhay garden at Colridge
Consideration: 5s

[no title]  36/58  1828

Contents:
Lease & Release
1a) Lewis Michael Tucker of Slapton, gentleman
1b) John Wakeham Edwards of Kingsbridge, surgeon
2) John Page Stone of Sherford, surgeon Furze park, barn and linhay, Stokenham
Consideration: £100

[no title]  36/59  1842

Contents:
Further charge of £500
1) Philip Prettejohn of Stokenham, yeoman
2) Sarah Mary Holberton of Plymouth, spinster Prettejohn's estate in Beeson
Enclosure: 3 bills relating to mortgage, 1839-1842

Wembury  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  36/60  1719

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 99 years
1) John Pollexfen of Wembury, esquire
2) John Rouse of Wembury, yeoman
Messuage called Rowdens Brake in West Wembury
Consideration: £430
Rent: £3 Os 7d per annum
Endorsement: memorandum & 6 receipts, 1719-1722

[no title]  36/61  1758

Contents:
Counterpart lease for 14 years
1a) Jane Rowse of Wembury, widow
1b) Anne Rowse of Wembury, spinster
2) Nathaniel Willing of Wembury, woolcomber
Tenement called Ford
Rent: £55 10s per annum

Multiple Parishes  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  36/62  1626

Contents:
Deed of covenant to stand seized
1) Margaret Tapson of Buckland Monachorum, widow
2) Christopher Tapson, her nephew
Willsworthy in Peter Tavy and a meadow in Broadmead, Warpsworthy

[no title]  36/63  1667

Contents:
Lease for 500 years
1) Edward Hayman of Kingsbridge, gentleman
2) Thomas Hayman, his son
Tenement & plot of land in Kingsbridge and meadow in manor of Norden, West Alvington
Consideration: annuity of £24
Rent: 4s per annum

[no title]  36/64  1701

Contents:
Deed of partition
1a) Thomas Wyse of Harberton
1b) Mary his wife
1c) Sarah Sture of East Allington, daughter of John Sture
1d) Catherine Sture, as above
1e) Elizabeth Sture, as above
1f) Grace Sture, as above
1g) Jonathan Ford of South Pool, gentleman and his wife
1h) Amy Sture, widow of John Sture
1i) Edmund Fortescue of East Allington, esquire
1j) Thomas Hele of Cornwood, esquire
2) Nicholas Rooke of Dartington, clerk £1250 to be shared out to family of John Sture
Farm called Poole containing Downapark alias Conypark, Great Meadow, Lower & Higher Boothmoors, Poole parks, Middleparks, Bottoms, Tongue park Lane end, East Allington
Ting park & West park, Halwell

[no title]  36/65  1710

Contents:
Lease for a year
1a) Thomas Stephens of Thurlestone, gentleman
1b) Robert Stephens of Thurlestone, gentleman
2) John Oldriffe of South Milton, yeoman
2 adjoining messuages in Malborough & West Alvington

[no title]  36/66  1710

Contents:
Lease for a year
1) Josias Foot the elder of Gnatham, yeoman
2) William Foot of Walkhampton, tanner
Messuage called Willsworthy, Peter Tavy with meadow called Broadmead or Hardimead, Wapsworthy

[no title]  36/67  1720

Contents:
Counterpart lease for 99 years or 2 lives
1) William Foot of Walkhampton, gentleman
2a) Stephen Maddeford of Tavistock, yeoman
2b) Roger Cole of Mary Tavy, yeoman
2c) John King of Peter Tavy, yeoman
Willsworthy, Peter Tavy and Broad Mead, Tavistock
Consideration: £120
Rent: 20s per annum

[no title]  36/68  1727

Contents:
Mortgage for £100
1) William Foot of Walkhampton, gentleman
2) Gyles Goss of St Nicholas, mariner
Tenement called Willsworthy, Peter Tavy with Broad Mead alias Hardy Mead in Wapsworthy, Tavistock

[no title]  36/69  1741

Contents:
Lease & Release
1a) John Goss of St Nicholas, merchant
1b) Joseph Foot of Walkhampton, yeoman
1c) Jacob Greby of Beer Ferrers, yeoman
1d) John Mayowe of Plymouth, yeoman
1e) Benedict Blanchard of Buckland Monachorum, yeoman
2) Robert Tapson of Ilsington, esquire
Willsworthy, Peter Tavy with Broad Mead alias Hardy Mead in Wapsworthy, Tavistock
Consideration: £126 5s

[no title]  36/70  1768

Contents:
Attested copy of release and assignment
1) Edmund Andrews of Modbury, yeoman
2) John Gill of Plymstock, maltster
3) William Holberton of Newton Ferrers, yeoman
4) Mary Prowse of Ermington, widow
4/9 of messuage in Kingsbridge, 6 messuages & a tenement in Dodbrook, meadow called Wallingsford, Dodbrook
Consideration: £100

[no title]  36/71  1768

Contents:
Attested copy of release and assignment
1) Mary Prowse of Ermington, widow
2) William Holberton of Newton Ferrers, yeoman
3) John Gill of Plymstock, maltster
4) Edmund Andrews of Modbury, yeoman
7/9 of house & garden in Kingsbridge, property in Dodbrook, field and meadow near Wallingsford, Dodbrook
Consideration: £200 and annuity of £10 10s

[no title]  36/72  1776

Contents:
Attested copy of Fine
1) Arthur Kitt, plaintiff
2) John Gill, deforciant
9 messuages and other properties in Dodbrook, Kingsbridge and West Alvington
Consideration: £160

[no title]  36/73  1788

Contents:
Declaration to lead the uses of a Fine
1) Mary Sawle of Penrice, Cornwall, spinster
2) Walter Palk the younger of Marley, esquire
3) Robert Abraham the younger of Ashburton, gentleman
Messuage called Yeoland, Rattery, fields called Moor Parks, Three Corner park in Dean Prior

[no title]  36/74  1788

Contents:
Fine
1) Robert Abraham the younger, gentleman, plaintiff
2) Mary Sawle of Penrice, Cornwall, spinster, deforciant
Land including Yeoland, Moor Park, Three Corner Park, Poole, Ling Park, West Park in Rattery, Shaugh Prior, East Allington & Halwell
Consideration: £260

CORNWALL DEEDS  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
Maker

[no title]  36/75  1634

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or 2 lives
1) Roger Allen of Landrake, Cornwall, carpenter
2) Johane Chappleman of Millbrook, Cornwall, widow
Moiety of messuage, West of Millbrook
Consideration: £14 10s
Rent: 2s per annum

[no title]  36/76  1690

Contents:
Lease for a year
1) Peter Beally of Plymouth, mariner
2) John Beally of Millbrook, Cornwall, yeoman
2 messuages in West of Millbrook

[no title]  36/77  1708

Contents:
Assignment of lease
1) Nicholas Scantleberry of Millbrook, Cornwall, weaver
2) Peter Teague of Millbrook, Cornwall, bargeman
Messuage in Fore Street, Millbrook
Consideration: £7
Rent: 6s 8d per annum

[no title]  36/78  1755

Contents:
Lease for a year
1) John Austen of Millbrook, Cornwall, carpenter
2) John Matthews of Millbrook, Cornwall, maltster
Messuage, garden & orchard in Newport Street, Millbrook

[no title]  36/79  1801

Contents:
Lease for a year
1) John Burdwood of Millbrook, Cornwall, surgeon
2) William Taylor of Millbrook, Cornwall, Naval Lieutenant House in Newport Street, Millbrook

[no title]  36/80  1867

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or 2 lives
1) Charles Hawkes Dell of Devonport, plasterer
2a) Joseph Grant Bickford of South Sea, Hampshire, Naval Captain
2b) William Chapman of Plympton
Bakehouse & 2 dwelling houses in Newport Street, Millbrook
Consideration: £24
Rent: £1 4s per annum
Heriot: £2 8s

LINCOLNSHIRE DEEDS  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
Muckton

[no title]  36/81  1817

Contents:
Lease for 50 years or a life
1) The Reverend Thomas Chilton Lambton Young of Richmond, Surrey, clerk in holy orders
2) Matthew Bancroft Lister of Burwell park, Lincoln, esquire Tithes of Muckton parish
Rent: £120

NO PLACE GIVEN  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  36/82  1709

Contents:
Quitclaim
1a) Samuel Marsh of London, haberdasher
1b) Samuel Whitfeld of London, haberdasher
2a) Oliver Wakeham of Totnes, clothier
2b) John Oliver of Totnes, clothier
2c) John Herman of Totnes, staymaker

[no title]  36/83  1736

Contents:
Payment of £160 & £80
1) Susanna Field of Totnes, spinster
2) Henry Tolcher of Plymouth, goldsmith
Following Bond [see 36/91]

[no title]  36/84  1736

Contents:
Payment of £180
1) John Tolcher of Totnes, mercer
2) Henry Tolcher of Plymouth, gentleman
Following Bond [see 36/91]

[no title]  36/85  1755

Contents:
Release & Quitclaim
1a) Thomas Square of Thurlestone, gentleman
1b) Mary his wife
2) Joseph Wakeham of Plymouth, shipwright
Following disputed will of Joseph Wakeham late of South Milton, cornfactor

[no title]  36/86  1814

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage for £180
1) Edward Lee of Blackawton, gentleman
2) Andrew Bastard Jellard of Slapton, gentleman

GENERAL  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  36/87  1741

Contents:
Appointment of Administrator
Henry Tolcher
Estate of Susanna Field of Plymouth, spinster

[no title]  36/88  1781

Contents:
Appointment of Attorney
Mary Collins of Plymouth for her husband Samuel Collins

[no title]  36/89  1758

Contents:
Apprenticeship Indenture
1a) Joseph May of Plymouth, tinplate worker
1b) Elizabeth his wife
2) Samuel Collings of Kingsbridge
Term: 6 years
Consideration: £31
Enclosure: letter from Samuel Collings to Henry Slure of Salcombe, 1821

[no title]  36/90  1639

Contents:
Bond in £100
1) Christopher Tapson of Calstock, Cornwall, tanner
2) William Foote of Walkhampton, yeoman
For performance of covenants

[no title]  36/91  1736

Contents:
Bond in £160
1) Susanna Field of Totnes, spinster
2) John Tolcher of Totnes, mercer

[no title]  36/92  1673

Contents:
Bond in £110
1a) Thomas Weymouth of Plymouth, joiner
1b) Agnes his wife
2) Thomas Oliver of Modbury
For performance of covenants

[no title]  36/93  1832

Contents:
Bond of indemnity for £3000
1a) Christopher Farwell of Totnes, esquire
1b) Arthur Farwell of Totnes, clerk
1c) George Farwell of Totnes, gentleman
2) The Reverend William Ilbert Birdwood of Middlesex, clerk in holy orders
Sale of advowson of Stoke Fleming
Enclosure: letter from George Farwell, 1832

[no title]  36/94  1834

Contents:
Bond of indemnity for £2600
1a) The Reverend William Ilbert Birdwood of Middlesex, clerk in holy orders
1b) William Ilbert Birdwood the younger, lieutenant, East India Company, Madras, India
2a) The Reverend Walter Radcliffe of Warleigh House, clerk in holy orders
2b) John Lowe of Plymouth, esquire
Sale of land

[no title]  36/95  1781

Contents:
Deed for production of deeds
1) John Gennys of Plymouth, esquire
2) Henry Tolcher of Plymouth, esquire

[no title]  36/96  1739-1755

Contents:
Estate accounts in the name of Joseph Rowse

[no title]  36/97  1837

Contents:
Fire insurance policy
Guardian Fire Assurance Co, London
The Reverend William Ilbert Birdwood
Throwleigh parsonage
Premium: £1 10s per annum

MARRIAGE SETTLEMENTS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  36/98  1632

Contents:
Marriage Settlement
1) John Leigh of Churstow
2) Johane Campe of Aveton Gifford
Tenement called Merryfield, Churstow

[no title]  36/99  1638

Contents:
Marriage Settlement
1) Richard Oliver of Modbury, cordwainer
2) Anne Yeabsley of Kingston
Tenements adjoining Brown Street, Modbury

[no title]  36/100  1698

Contents:
Marriage Settlement
1) Tristram Avent of Plympton St Mary, gentleman
2) Elizabeth Martyn of Plympton St Mary
Messuages called Sherwills, Algars and Brookings, Plympton St Mary

[no title]  36/101  1805

Contents:
Marriage Settlement
1) Henry Roe Square of Thurlestone, gentleman
2) Catherine Cornish of South Poole
Farm called Downton, Dittisham

[no title]  36/102  1838

Contents:
Marriage Settlement
1) Elizabeth Grant of Dodbrooke, spinster
2) Edwin Amicus Bignell of Dodbrooke, miller
Messuage in Dodbrooke

RETURNS TO PARLIAMENT  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  36/103  1728

Contents:
Examination of records in the Tower of London showing date of return of first MP for Plymouth

WILLS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  36/104  1776

Contents:
Copy will of Sarah Hawkins of Churstow

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