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Reference D6854
Covering dates 1659 - 1927
Held by Gloucestershire Archives
Extent 22 files
Accruals Acc 7284
Source of acquisition Documents deposited by Lloyds Bank PLC, 71 Lombard Street, London, EC3 per Dr J Booker, company archivist

Contents:
Clients papers and Miscellaneous Deeds



CLIENTS' PAPERS  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
Listed here are items (deeds unless otherwise described) which are clearly linked to specific clients of solicitors' firms and which were presumably left on bank premises for safe-keeping

Joseph Pugh of Tewkesbury, inn-keeper  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
Tewkesbury

[no title]  D6854/1/1  1773-1817; 1860

1 bdl.

Contents:
The Sun Inn in High Street and an adjoining messuage which by 1786 was considered part of it
Endorsements of 1860 describe the site of the messuage as probably forming the larger, northern, part of Pugh's purchase from Tewkesbury Board of Health (see D6854/1/3 below) and the site of the original inn as forming the smaller, southern, part
(Smith, Saunders, Hurst, Jones, Gardner, Moore)

[no title]  D6854/1/2  1795-1809; 1860

4

Contents:
Messuage in Herberts Alley [later Sun Alley]
Described in endorsement of 1860 as a house which became part of the Sun Inn by 1819 and whose site formed the north-east part of Pugh's purchase from Tewkesbury Board of Health. It was conveyed with the inn in 1838 (see D6854/1/3 below)
(Hopper, Trueman, Beale, Haynes, Moore)
Original bundle order

[no title]  D6854/1/3  1819-1860

1 bdl.

Contents:
Part of the Sun Inn
Deed of 1838 also relates to the adjoining Plume of Feathers Inn and to 2 messuages in Herbert or Sun Alley (see D6854/1/2 above)
In 1859 Tewkesbury Board of Health bought the inn to make a market place for cattle and sheep and pulled part of it down. Pugh bought the remainder
(Moore, Law, Insall, Board of Health)
Original bundle order

[no title]  D6854/1/4  1834-1860

4

Contents:
Messuage in Sun Alley bounded on the west by the part of the Sun Inn purchased by Pugh and on the east by the part pulled down by Tewkesbury Board of Health
(Elliot, Smith, Lawrence)

Mortimer Ricardo of Christchurch (Hants)  [no ref. or date]

Bromsberrow and Redmarley  [no ref. or date]


Related information: (See also Gloucestershire Record Office D1618 and D3527)

[no title]  D6854/1/5-6  1659/60; 1872

2 bdls.

Contents:
Russell's End Estate
1/5 includes sale particulars and plan of this property and of the Grove House in Bromsberrow; Oysters or Heisters in Dymock and Whitings or Gilberts estates in Berrow (Worcs), 1872
(Brooke family)
1659/60-1816; (1812)-1872
Original bundle order

[no title]  D6854/1/7  (1814)-1867

1 bdl.

Contents:
Advowson of Bromsberrow
(Earl Beauchamp)
Original bundle order

[no title]  D6854/1/8  1850-1853

6

Contents:
4a. of meadow in Redmarley called Shire Meadow
Includes sale particulars and plan of this property and of Fairfield Cottage and 18a. of land (Bromsberrow), house, cooper's shop and cider mill called the Rock, the Hazeldine Estate, the King's and Hill Fields estates, cottage and wheelwright's shop on the Gloucester to Ledbury turnpike road (all Redmarley), 1853
(Buckland, Brooke)
Original bundle order

Out county  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D6854/1/9  1723-1855

1 bdl.

Contents:
House and land at Hildenborough and elsewhere in Tonbridge (Kent), 1723-1815; Sevenscore Farm at Minster in the Isle of Thanet (Kent), 1853; house and estate called Bure Homage, Christchurch (Hants), 1803-55
(Stuart de Rothesay, Flint, Daw or Dawes, White, Little)
Includes: pedigree of the Daw/Dawes family of the Isle of Wight, (1775)-1848; papers, some in French, concerning the estates of Baron and Baroness (née Daw) de Feuchênes of France, (1831)-48
Original bundle order

[no title]  D6854/1/10  1857-1868

1 bdl.

Contents:
Holly Mount Cottage, Mudeford, Christchurch (Hants)
(Earl of Morton, Brown)
Original bundle order

[no title]  D6854/1/11  1871-1872

6

Contents:
Papers concerning investment in government stock and the sale of timber; schedule of deeds deposited with Herries & Co.
Original bundle order

MISCELLANEOUS DEEDS  [no ref. or date]

Bishops Cleeve  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D6854/2/1  (1709)-1889

1 bdl.

Contents:
Property including farmhouse and land at Woodmancote called the Homestead, Bushcombe House and lands in the common fields
(Cotterell, Prior, Webb, Harman and Shipway, Hobbs, Griffiths)
Original bundle order

Cheltenham  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D6854/2/2  (1803)-1879

1 bdl.

Contents:
1 Bayshill Lawn
(Parsonage, Radcliffe and Archer, Wilson)
Original bundle order

Childswickham  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D6854/2/3  1736-1803

1 bdl.

Contents:
Manor, rectory and 5 farms
(Fermor and mortgagees)
Original bundle order

Kemerton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D6854/2/4  1822-1834

2

Contents:
Copy will of Charles Tidmarsh of Kemerton, gent; devising mill and other property in Kemerton and messuage and lands in Westmancote, Bredon (Worcs), 1822; copy will and codicil of Nathaniel Tidmarsh of Manchester (Lancs), calico manufacturer, 1832-34

Tewkesbury  [no ref. or date]


Related information: (See also Gloucestershire Record Office D6854/1/1-4 above)

[no title]  D6854/2/5  1733/4-1868

1 bdl.

Contents:
2 adjoining messuages in Church Street, bounded on the south by a messuage formerly called the Punch Bowl (see also D6854/2/6 below), and a vault or arched cellar running under them; 2 adjoining messuages erected on a piece of land near St Mary's Lane formerly a mixen place (dunghill)
Includes sale particulars of this property and of 4 High Street, 15 Barton Street and a coal yard at the upper end of High Street, 1868
(Merrell, Probyn, Nevett, Vigor, Matty, Price, Wood, Knight, Winterbotham)
Original bundle order

[no title]  D6854/2/6  1762-1839

1 bdl.

Contents:
Messuage in Church Street formerly the Bull Inn, later the Punch Bowl (see also D6854/2/5 above), and adjoining messuage and slaughter house
(Clarke, Wynde, Mince, Staite, Moore, Perkes, Parry)
Original bundle order

[no title]  D6854/2/7  1865

2

Contents:
Sale particulars and plan of cottage in Turner's Alley, Church Street, house in the Oldbury nearly opposite Trinity Church, house in the Oldbury and 2 cottages behind it, 2 houses on the eastern side of High Street, one used as a post office, Woodbine Cottages and a cottage in St Mary's Street, first math of a piece of meadow in Upper Avon Ham; 4 cottages and 1a. of meadow in Chaceley; 3 cottages and a piece of garden and building land in Bredon's Hardwick (Worcs); garden land in or near the Bushes in Twyning; 9a. of meadow and pasture in Walton Cardiff
The annotations on this document refer to the Bredons Hardwick property

Twyning  [no ref. or date]


Related information: (See also Gloucestershire Record Office D6854/2/7 above)

[no title]  D6854/2/8  1736/7-1753

9

Contents:
Land in Upham Meadow
Includes copy will of Edward Knight of Ripple (Worcs), yeoman, (1741)
(Baugh, Knight, Merryman)
Original bundle order

Newland  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D6854/2/9  1716

1

Contents:
Lease for a year of 20 acres of arable land known as Stank, the upper part of which was bordered by the Clowerwall to Millend and Brecknocks Court road
(Hiett, Davies)

[no title]  D6854/2/10  1726

1

Contents:
Conveyance of moiety of manor of Brecknocks Court
(Owen, Davies)

[no title]  D6854/2/11  1724, 1756

2

Contents:
Counterpart lease for 21 years of a messuage known as The Hams, Clowerwall, 1756
Includes will of Henry Hooper, 1724
(Foley, Hooper)

ASSOCIATIONS  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
Tewkesbury Independent Englishman's Friendly Society

[no title]  D6854/3/1  1867-1927

1 vol.

Contents:
Ledger and balance sheets

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