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SEAGER EVANS AND COMPANY LIMITED [DISTILLERS]


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Reference B/SGR
Covering dates 1719 - 1926
Held by London Metropolitan Archives
Extent 359 files
Source of acquisition These Records of Holland and Co. Ltd., distillers, and Seager Evans and Co. Ltd., distillers, were deposited in the London County Record Office, County Hall, Westminster Bridge, S.E.1
(Ac. 56.51 and 59.15)
Arrangement The records deposited in 1956 were considered as "Estate" records and given the reference E/SGR/1-43. The deposit in 1959 included, as well as further "Estate" material, many records relating to the two firms concerned. A "Business" reference was therefore considered more appropriate, and the new reference, B/SGR/1-349, allotted; thus E/SGR/1-38, 39-41, 42, 43 became B/SGR/9-46, 51-53, 67, 68.

Contents:
This collection contains records of Holland and Co. Ltd. (relating to the business are B/SGR/1-8, to property, B/SGR/9-68, to mortgage dealings, B/SGR/69-119) and records of Seager Evans and Co. Ltd (relating to the business are B/SGR/120-129, to property, B/SGR/130-207, to mortgage dealings, B/SGR/208-251). Records relating to members of the Seager family in their private capacity are B/SGR/252 and 253; and to the estate which William Evans acquired in Chertsey, Surrey, B/SGR/254-349.



HOLLAND AND CO. LTD  [no ref. or date]

Creator(s): Holland and Co Ltd, distillers


Business Papers  [no ref. or date]

Deed on retirement of 1  B/SGR/001  21 Jul 1879

Contents:
1. James Leith, 85 Gracechurch St., accountant
2. Alfred Kirby, Deptford, Kent, distiller
3. Ebenezer Savill and Philip Savill, Stratford, Essex, brewers
4. Frederick Edward Hilleary, Charles Richard Taylor, 5 Fenchurch Buildings, solrs. Deptford Distillery, Deptford

Deed on retirement of 1 and 2  B/SGR/002  21 Jun 1880

Contents:
1. Ebenezer Savill, Philip Savill, Stratford, Essex, brewers
2. Charles Richard Taylor, 5 Fenchurch Buildings, solr.
3. Alfred Kirby, Deptford, distiller
4. Frederic Edward Hilleary, 5 Fenchurch Buildings, solr. Deptford Distillery, Deptford

Deed on retirement of 2  B/SGR/003  29 Jul 1881

Contents:
1. Alfred Kirby, Deptford, distiller
2. Frederic Edward Hilleary, 5 Fenchurch Buildings, solr. Deptford Distillery, Deptford

Printed supplemental trust deed  B/SGR/004  8 Mar 1912

Contents:
1. Holland and Co. Ltd.
2. John Wreford Budd, 24 Austin Friars, City, solr; George Alexander Lockett 51 Queens Gate Gdns, esq.
3. 2 above; Sir Thomas Henry Devereux Berridge, 11 Old Broad St., City, solr.

Balance sheet and profit and loss acct.  B/SGR/005  28 Feb 1920

Contents:
Holland and Co. Ltd.

Stock certificates, with list (see also B/SGR/127)  B/SGR/006/01-28  20 Nov 1919 - 30 May 1921

Contents:
Holland and Co. Ltd.

Acct. of costs  B/SGR/007  1 Apr 1922 - 5 Apr 1923

Contents:
1. Holland and Co. Ltd. from
2. Nash, Field and Co., 12 Queen St., E.C.4

Liquidator's accts. of receipts and payments  B/SGR/008  26 May 1922 - 16 Oct 1923

Contents:
Holland and Co. Ltd.

Property Papers  [no ref. or date]

Marriage settlement, counterpart  B/SGR/009  18 Jul 1719

Contents:
1. Snelling Thomas, of Deptford, brewer, a son and executor of Sir Snelling Thomas, of Deptford, dcd.
2. Margaret Thomas, of Deptford, spinster, only dr. of Sir Snelling Thomas
3. Henry Hicks, of King St., St. Paul, Covent Garden, laceman
4. Thomas Tyer, of St. Mary Magdalene, Bermondsey, woolstapler. Messuage, etc., in Deptford, on right-hand side of High Rd. from Deptford Bridge to London; 5 messuages, etc., in Deptford on left-hand side of High Rd.

Official copy of will  B/SGR/010  11 Mar 1721/2 (proved 17 Mar 1721/2)

Contents:
1. Snelling Thomas, of Deptford, gentleman
2. Margaret Hicks, wife of Henry Hicks, of King St., St. Paul's Covent Garden, laceman. Messuage with brewhouse etc., in yard in Deptford; messuage in Deptford on right-hand side of High Rd; 5 messuages with malthouse etc., on left-hand side of High Rd; trade belonging to brewhouse with coppers, etc.

Release  B/SGR/011  9 Jun 1752

Contents:
1. Sir Henry Hickes of Deptford
2. Thomas Hickes of Deptford, esq., son of (1). 2 brewhouses, yard, counting house, mill house, etc., at Deptford Bridge

Mortgage  B/SGR/012  20 Apr 1754

Contents:
1. Thomas Hickes of St. Paul, Deptford, esq., son of Sir Henry Hickes and heir at law of mother Margaret Hickes
2. William Miller, of St. James, Westminster, innholder, and Margaret his wife. 2 brewhouses, etc. with utensils, at Deptford Bridge

Assignment of mortgage  B/SGR/013  12 Nov 1755

Contents:
1. Elizabeth Martley of East Greenwich, wid.
2. Margaret Miller, wid. of William Miller, dcd.
3. Sir Henry Hickes, of St. Paul, Deptford
4. Thomas Hickes, of Deptford, esq., son of (3)
5. John Hopkins, of Brittens in Hornchurch, Essex, esq. Messuage in Deptford, on right-hand side of High Rd; 5 messuages in Deptford, on left-hand side of High Rd; 2 brewhouses, etc., at Deptford Bridge; messuage, etc., and garden ground in Deptford; messuage formerly "The Golden Ball" in Borough High St., Southwark, near Chequer Alley, late Woolsack Alley, in St. Olave's parish, with another messuage behind. [Endorsed] 25 May 1763. Assignment of terms of years. 1. John Hopkins (5) above at direction of Joseph Salway, of Deptford, timber merchant.
2. James Norman, of Blackfriars, London, timber merchant. Messuages assigned above, except the "Mitre Alehouse" in Deptford (assigned to Robert Goodwyn of Wells, Norfolk, clerk).

Lease and release  B/SGR/014-015  11-12 Feb 1761

Contents:
1. Thomas Hickes of Deptford, esq.
2. Joseph Salway, of Deptford, timber merchant. Property as in B/SGR/013

Lease and release, by way of mortgage  B/SGR/016-017  1-2 Oct 1772

Contents:
1. Joseph Salway, of Deptford, sugar refiner
2. John Edison, of Coopers Hall, London, gent. 2 new messuages on site of Sir H. Hickes' dwelling house; 5 messuages; 2 sugar houses, garden, etc., 2 stone stables; garden with canal, and other messuages, etc., bought from Sir John Evelyn, Bt; all in Deptford

Mortgage  B/SGR/018  2 Oct 1772

Contents:
1. Joseph Salway of Deptford, sugar refiner
2. James Norman, of Blackfriars, London, timber merchant
3. John Edison of Coopers Hall, London, gent.
4. John Hicks, of Wood St., London, gent. Property as in B/SGR/009. 1) [Endorsed] 30 Jul. 1774. Assignment. 1. John Hicks, John Edison, Joseph Salway, and Robert Ladbroke, esq., Sir Walter Rawlinson, kt., and alderman, John Porker, esq. (the last 3 of the City of London bankers).
2. Felix Calvert of Thames St., London, as trustee. Property as in B/SGR/016-017 except piece of garden ground with canal
2) [Endorsed] 28 Mar. 1775. Assignment. 1. Felix Calvert, of Thames St., London, esq., Joseph Salway, Robert Ladbroke, esq., Sir Walter Rawlinson, kt., John Porker, esq. (the last 3 of the City of London, bankers), and Gysbert van Voorst and Adolph Boon, of the City, merchants.
2. Gysbert van Voorst, the younger, of Islington, gent., as trustee. Same property as Endorsement 1.

Lease and release, as assignment, for mortgage  B/SGR/019-020  29-30 Jul 1774

Contents:
1. John Edison of Coopers Hall, London, gent;
2. Joseph Salway, of Deptford, sugar refiner;
3. Robert Ladbroke, esq., Sir Walter Rawlinson, kt., and alderman, and John Porker, esq., all of the City of London, bankers. Property as in B/SGR/016-017 except piece of garden ground with canal. [Endorsed] 28 Sep. 1774. Deed poll - further mortgage on conditions. 1. Joseph Salway
2. Robert Ladbroke, Sir Walter Rawlinson, John Porker
3. John Marsh, of Upper Thames St., London, sugar broker

Lease and release, as assignment for mortgage  B/SGR/021-022  27-28 Mar 1775

Contents:
1. Robert Ladbroke, esq., Sir Walter Rawlinson, kt., and alderman, John Porker, esq., all of the City of London, bankers
2. Joseph Salway, of Deptford, sugar refiner
3. Gysbert van Voorst and Adolph Boon, of the City of London, merchants. Property as in B/SGR/016-017 except piece of garden ground with canal

Lease and release, and assignment of fixtures  B/SGR/023-024  21-22 Jan 1777

Contents:
1. Gysbert van Voorst and Adolph Boon of the City of London, merchants;
2. James Norman of Blackfriars, London, esq., Capel Cure of Fenchurch St., London, grocer, assignees of estate of Joseph Salway, late of Deptford, bankrupt, now of Chelsea
3. Nathaniel Polhill, of Southwark, esq. Property as in B/SGR/016-017 except piece of garden ground with canal

Assignment of residue of 3 terms of 500 years  B/SGR/025  22 Jan 1777

Contents:
1. Gysbert van Voorst the younger, of Islington, gent.
2. Gysbert van Voorst the elder, and Adolph Boon, of the City, merchants
3. James Norman, of Blackfriars, London, esq., and Capel Cure, of Fenchurch St., London, grocer, assignees of estate of Joseph Salway, late of Deptford, bankrupt, now of Chelsea
4. Nathaniel Polhill of Southwark, esq.
5. Richard Davis, of St. John, Southwark, esq. Property as in B/SGR/016-017 except piece of garden ground with canal

Lease and release, for suffering a recovery  B/SGR/026-027  15-16 Apr 1831

Contents:
1. Frederick Polhill, of Howbury Hall, Bedford, esq.
2. James Parke, of Lincoln's Inn Fields, gent.
3. William Henry Settle, of the same, gent. Property as in B/SGR/016-017 except piece of garden ground with canal

Exemplification of recovery  B/SGR/028  9 May 1831

Contents:
1. William Henry Settle, demandant
2. James Parke, tenant to the praecipe
3. Frederick Polhill, esq., vouchee. Property as in B/SGR/016-017 except piece of garden ground with canal

Lease, with counterpart  B/SGR/029-030  20 Oct 1831

Contents:
1. Frederic Polhill, of Howbury Hall, Bedford, esq.
2. George Wheelhouse, of St. Paul, Deptford, distiller. Messuage with garden, with buildings formerly used as a sugar house, but now as a distillery, in St. Paul, Deptford. Plan

Lease  B/SGR/031  6 Dec 1831

Contents:
1. Frederic Polhill, of Howbury Hall, Bedford, esq.
2. Benjamin Smith, of Greenwich, stone mason. Messuage on S. side of road from Deptford to Greenwich, near Deptford Bridge, with marble or mason's shop and yard, and 4 tenements. Plan. [Endorsed] 20 Oct. 1838. Assignment. 1. Benjamin Smith
2. George Wheelhouse, of Deptford, distiller

Lease and release, to uses  B/SGR/032-033  21-22 Nov 1832

Contents:
1. Frederick Polhill, of Howbury Hall, Bedford, esq., and Frances Margaretta his wife
2. George Wheelhouse of Deptford Bridge, distiller
3. John Caldecott the elder, of Blackheath Road, esq. Messuage near Deptford Bridge, with buildings used as distillery, etc; messuage, with mason's shop and yard, and 4 tenements. Plan

Lease and counterpart  B/SGR/034-035  10 Aug 1864

Contents:
1. Alfred Rhodes Bristow, of Lewisham, esq.
2. William Holland, of Deptford, distiller. Warehouse and premises used as a distillery at Deptford Bridge. Plan

Counterpart lease  B/SGR/036  19 Aug 1864

Contents:
1. Alfred Rhodes Bristow, of Lewisham, esq.
2. Henry Cockle of Deptford, gent. Messuage, garden and premises at Deptford Bridge

Reconveyance  B/SGR/037  7 Dec 1865

Contents:
1. Charles Salisbury Butler, of Upper Clapton, M.P.
2. Alfred Rhodes Bristow, of Lewisham, esq. Property as in B/SGR/032-033

Mortgage  B/SGR/038  8 Dec 1865

Contents:
1. Alfred Rhodes Bristow of the Priory, Lewisham, esq.
2. Mary Ann Bradshaw, of Queen's Gardens, Bayswater, wid.
3. Alfred Henry Waldy, of Broomfield House, Ayr, N.B. Capt. in - Regt. foot, and Georgiana his wife. Property as in B/SGR/032-033. [Endorsed] 16 Aug. 1869. Reconveyance. 1. Mary Ann Bradshaw.
2. Alfred Henry Waldy and Georgiana his wife.
3. Alfred Rhodes Bristow

Mortgage  B/SGR/039  17 Aug 1869

Contents:
1. Alfred Rhodes Bristow, of Somerset House, Strand, solicitor to the Admiralty
2. William Newton, of 4 Warrington Terrace, Maida Hill, esq; Rhys Barker Griffiths, of Harburton, Devon, esq., and Leonard Shuter, of Shad Thames, Bermondsey, esq. Property as in B/SGR/032-033. Plan

Lease  B/SGR/040  20 Mar 1874

Contents:
1. Alfred Rhodes Bristow, of 6 Cleveland Row, St. James', esq.
2. William Holland, of Deptford, distiller. Warehouses and buildings used as a distillery at Deptford Bridge. "The Deptford Distillery" with 2 messuages

Notice to pay off mortgage  B/SGR/041  13 May 1875

Contents:
1. Sympson, Warner & Turner, solicitors for Rhys Barker Griffiths and Leonard Shuter
2. Alfred J. Bristow. Property as in B/SGR/032-033. Plan

Transfer of mortgage  B/SGR/042  9 Aug 1875

Contents:
1. Rhys Barker Griffiths of Harburton, Devon, esq., and Leonard Shuter of Shad Thames, Bermondsey, esq.
2. Evan Vaughan, of South Bank, Lewisham, esq. Property as in B/SGR/032-033. Plan

Confirmation of lease, and duplicate  B/SGR/043-044  10 Aug 1875

Contents:
1. Evan Vaughan of South Bank, Lewisham, esq.
2. William Holland of Deptford, distiller. Property as in B/SGR/040. Plan

Sub-mortgage  B/SGR/045  11 Aug 1875

Contents:
1. Evan Vaughan of South Bank, Lewisham, esq.
2. Robert Thompson Stoneham, of 5 Philpot Lane, Fenchurch Street, City, gent. Property as in B/SGR/040. Plan

Chancery judgement  B/SGR/046  3 Apr 1876

Contents:
1. Evan Vaughan and Robert Thompson Stoneham, plaintiffs
2. Alfred Isaac Bristow and Joseph Greenough, defendants. Ref. to deed of 9 August, 1875 [B/SGR/042]

Agreement to sell  B/SGR/047  7 Aug 1878

Contents:
1. Eliza Jane Holland, Clare Lodge, Perry Hill, Sydenham, wid. George Canning Edwards, 26 Mincing Lane, City, winebroker, Thomas William Marchant, 8 George Yd., Lombard St., City, solicitor (execrs. of late Wm. Holland)
2. Alfred Kirby, Broadway, Stratford, Essex, licensed victualler, James Leith, 85 Gracechurch St., City, accountant. Goodwill and stock of Deptford Distillery, Deptford

Memo. of deposit and charge  B/SGR/048  9 Aug 1878

Contents:
1. Alfred Kirby, James Leith
2. Capital and Counties Bank. Deptford Distillery, Deptford

Charge as collateral security  B/SGR/049/01  9 Aug 1878

Contents:
1. Alfred Kirby, Deptford Distillery, distiller
2. Capital and Counties Bank. "The Swan", Stratford, Essex; property and colliery at Clay Cross, Derby. "The Swan" Stratford. 1) [Endorsed] 31 Dec. 1878. Quitclaim. W. S. Reid
2) [Endorsed] 12 Feb. 1869 [sic]. Receipt. W.S. Reid

Undertaking to pay duties  B/SGR/049/02  9 Aug 1878

Contents:
1. Hillary and Taylor
2. Capital and Counties Bank, 39 Threadneedle St., City

Authority to release from charge  B/SGR/050  31 Dec 1878

Contents:
1. Ebenezer Savill, Philip Savill Fred. E. Hilliary, Chas. Taylor, Alfred Kirby, James Leith
2. Capital and Counties Bank. "Swan", Stratford, Essex

Lease, and counterpart  B/SGR/051-052  18 Jul 1879

Contents:
1. Eliza Jane Holland, of Clare Lodge, Perry Hill, Sydenham, wid; George Canning Edwards, of 26 Mincing Lane, City, wine broker; Thomas William Marchant, of 8 George Yard, Lombard St., City, gent., executors of late William Holland, esq., of Deptford, distiller
2. Alfred Kirby of Deptford Bridge, distiller, and James Leith, 78 Queen Victoria Street, City, accountant. Ground and buildings "The Deptford Distillery" with 2 messuages. Plan

Mortgage  B/SGR/053  19 Jul 1879

Contents:
1. Alfred Kirby of Deptford Bridge, distiller, and James Leith, of Crown Buildings, Queen Victoria Street, City, accountant
2. Eliza Jane Holland, of Clare Lodge, Perry Hill, Sydenham, wid; George Canning Edwards, of 26 Mincing Lane, City, wine broker, and Thomas William Marchant, of 8, George Yard, Lombard St., City, gent., executors of William Holland, esq., of Deptford distiller. Ground and buildings "The Deptford Distillery" with 2 messuages. Plan

Assignment  B/SGR/054  21 Jul 1879

Contents:
1. James Leith, Crown Buildings, Queen Victoria St. accountant
2. Alfred Kirby, Deptford Bridge, distiller. Premises as in B/SGR/053

Agreement  B/SGR/055  15 Jun 1880

Contents:
1. Alfred Kirby, Deptford, distiller, Frederic Edward Hilleary, 5 Fenchurch Buildings, gent.
2. George Frederick Phillips, Cranbrook Park, Ilford, esq. [Deptford Distillery] Melbourne Arms, "Queen Elizabeth", "White Hart", "Prince Regent," "Castle", "General Abercrombie", Woolwich; "Bell", Tooting; "Grapes" Horselydown; "Caledonian Arms", Bow; "Black Horse", "Rising Sun", Lewisham; "Bee Hive", Walworth; "Crown and Sceptre", Deptford; "General Simpson", Penge. [Endorsed] 29 Jul 1881 Memo of cancellation. J. N. Chidley

Memo. of deposit and charge  B/SGR/056  21 Jun 1880

Contents:
1. Alfred Kirby
2. Fred. E. Hilleary. Deptford Distillery, Deptford

Memo. of undertaking to keep minimum balance  B/SGR/057  21 Jun 1880

Contents:
1. Alfred Kirby, Fred. E. Hilleary, Geo. F. Phillips, (Holland and Co.)
2. Capital and Counties Bank

Memo. of deposit of promissory notes  B/SGR/058  21 Jun 1880

Contents:
1. Alfred Kirby, Fred. E. Hilleary, Geo. F. Phillips, (Holland and Co.)
2. Capital and Counties Bank

3 promissory notes  B/SGR/059/01-03  21 Jun 1880

Contents:
1. Holland and Co.
2. Messrs. Savill, Stratford, brewers

Promissory note  B/SGR/060/01  28 Mar 1881

Contents:
1. Alfred Kirby, Fred. E. Hilleary, Geo. F. Phillips
2. Capital and Counties Bank

Letter  B/SGR/060/02  28 Mar 1881

Contents:
1. Geo. F. Phillips to:-
2. Capital and Counties Bank

7 bills  B/SGR/061/01-07  28 Apr 1881 - 21 Jun 1881

Contents:
1. C.R. Phillips & Co.
2. Holland & Co.

Mortgage  B/SGR/062  29 Jul 1881

Contents:
1. Alfred Kirby, Deptford, distiller
2. Thomas Valentin Smith, Thames Bank Distillery, Grosvenor Road, Middx., distiller. Deptford Distillery, Deptford

Receipt for payment  B/SGR/063/01  5 Aug 1881

Contents:
1. Thos. W. Marchant, on payment from
2. Alfred Kirby, esq. Deptford Distillery, Deptford

Letter  B/SGR/063/02  5 Aug 1881

Contents:
1. Marchant, Purvis and Benwell to:-
2. Alfred Kirby. "Golden Sun", Sydenham; "Spotted Cow", Lewisham; "Shakespeare", Woolwich; "Coopers Arms", Silver St.; "Red Lion", Finsbury; "Angel & Crown", Gloucester St.

Memorandum of deposit and charge  B/SGR/064  2 May 1884

Contents:
1. Alfred Kirby, trading as Holland & Co. The Distillery, Deptford
2. Capital and Counties Bank, Ltd. "New Bell", York St., Lambeth; "Red Deer", South End, Croydon, Sy; "Lord Clyde", Auckland St., Vauxhall; "Queens Arms", Douglas St., Deptford; "Dockhead Stores", Dockhead; "Sydney Arms", Lewisham; "Woodman", George St., E. Greenwich

Chancery Order (copy)  B/SGR/065/01  16 Apr 1885

Contents:
1. Mabel Eliza Holland; Maud Elizabeth Holland; by William Thomas Francis
2. Eliza Jane Holland; George Canning Edwards; Thomas William Marchant; Henry Christian Wasmuth. Deptford Distillery, Deptford

Letter  B/SGR/065/02  9 Oct 1886

Contents:
1. Hy. W. Woodford, 14 Red Lion Sq. to:-
2. Messrs. C.H. Smith, 111 Grosvenor Rd. Deptford Distillery Deptford

Further charge  B/SGR/066  13 Dec 1886

Contents:
1. Alfred Kirby, Deptford, distiller
2. Thomas Valentin Smith, Thames Bank Distillery, Grosvenor Rd., Middx., distiller. Deptford Distillery Deptford

Discharge of mortgage [see also B/SGR/100-103]  B/SGR/067  25 Nov 1887

Contents:
1. Thomas Valentin Smith, of 111 Grosvenor Rd., Pimlico, esq.
2. Sir Alfred Kirby of Fairlawn, New Cross, kt.
3. Holland & Co., Ltd. Deptford Distillery Deptford

Schedule of deeds  B/SGR/068  c. 19 Nov 1903

Contents:
Holland & Co., Ltd. Deptford Distillery Deptford

Mortgage Dealings  [no ref. or date]

Balances from trade ledger of customers having no loans  B/SGR/069  23 Mar 1878

Contents:
W. Holland, dcd. Public houses in London and elsewhere

List of [mortgagees]  B/SGR/070  [c. 1878]

Contents:
[Holland estate]. Public houses in London and elsewhere

Mortgage  B/SGR/071  15 Feb 1877

Contents:
1. George Augustus Young
2. William Holland, Deptford, distiller. "Fellmongers Arms" with adjoining house, Crimscote & Bermondsey

Notice of mortgage  B/SGR/072  15 Feb 1877

Contents:
1. Leyton Son & Lendon, for Wm. Holland
2. Courage & Co., Horselydown. "Fellmongers Arms" with adjoining house, Crimscote & Bermondsey

Memo. re book debt  B/SGR/073  15 Feb 1877

Contents:
1. H. K. Polley
2. William Holland. "Fellmongers Arms" with adjoining house, Crimscote St., Bermondsey

Particulars of lease  B/SGR/074  29 Sep 1865

Contents:
1. Governors of Seckfords Almshouse, Woodbridge, Suffolk
2. Renben Wooder, Aylesbury St., Clerkenwell, publican. "Welsh Harp", 23 Aylesbury St., Clerkenwell

Mortgage  B/SGR/075  28 Oct 1878

Contents:
1. John Halse
2. Alfred Kirby, James Leith, (Holland & Co.). "Welsh Harp", 23 Aylesbury St., Clerkenwell

Notice of mortgage  B/SGR/076  28 Oct 1878

Contents:
1. Alfred Kirby, James Leith, (Holland & Co.)
2. Courage & Co., Horselydown. "Welsh Harp", 23 Aylesbury St., Clerkenwell

Particulars of lease  B/SGR/077  27 Jun 1878

Contents:
1. James Taylor, Brixton Rd., Sy., contractor
2. John Jacob Jix, Malden Rd., Kentish Town, licensed victualler. "Cannings Head", 63 Sydney St., with 61a Sydney St., and ground Stepney

Memo. of mortgage  B/SGR/078  13 Nov 1878

Contents:
1. David Driscoll
2. Alfred Kirby and James Leith, Deptford Bridge, distillers. "Canning's Head" Sydney St., Stepney

Notice of mortgage  B/SGR/079  13 Nov 1878

Contents:
1. Alfred Kirby, James Leith, (Holland & Co.)
2. Truman, Hanbury & Buxton, Spitalfields. "Cannings Head", Sydney St., Stepney

Letter  B/SGR/080  7 Jan 1881

Contents:
1. Holland & Co. to:-
2. J. Young, esq. "Canning's Head", Sydney St., Stepney

Mortgage  B/SGR/081  8 Oct 1879

Contents:
1. William Barber, Caledonian Arms, Fairfield Rd., Bow
2. Alfred Kirby (Holland and Co.). "Caledonian Arms" Fairfield Rd., Bow

Notice of mortgage  B/SGR/082  8 Oct 1879

Contents:
1. Marchmont and Purvis, solrs. for Holland and Co.
2. Mann, Crossman & Co., Mile End Rd., E. "Caledonian Arms" Fairfield Rd., Bow

3 promissory notes  B/SGR/083/01-03  8 Oct 1879

Contents:
1. William Barber
2. Holland and Co. "Caledonian Arms" Fairfield Rd., Bow

Mortgage  B/SGR/084  14 Nov 1879

Contents:
1. Thomas Cecil, The Grapes, Thomas St., Horselydown
2. Alfred Kirby (Holland & Co.). "The Grapes", Thomas St., Horselydown

Notice of mortgage  B/SGR/085  14 Nov 1879

Contents:
1. Marchant and Purvis, for Holland & Co.
2. Courage and Co., Horselydown. "The Grapes", Thomas St., Horselydown

I.O.U.  B/SGR/086  14 Nov 1879

Contents:
1. Thomas Cecil
2. Holland & Co.

Mortgage  B/SGR/087  12 Jan 1881

Contents:
1. James Williamson, Coopers Arms, Silver St., Wood St., City
2. Alfred Kirby (Holland & Co.). "Coopers Arms", Silver St., Wood St., City

Notice of mortgage  B/SGR/088  12 Jan 1881

Contents:
1. Marchant, Purvis & Benwell for Holland & Co.
2. Hoare & Co., Lower East, Smithfield. "Coopers Arms", Silver St., Wood St., City

Mortgage  B/SGR/089  7 Apr 1881

Contents:
1. Louis Rankin, Caledonian Arms, Fairfield Rd., Bow
2. Alfred Kirby (Holland & Co.). "Caledonian Arms", Fairfield Rd., Bow

Notice of mortgage  B/SGR/090  7 Apr 1881

Contents:
1. Louis Rankin, Caledonian Arms, Fairfield Rd., Bow
2. Mann Crossman & Co., Mile End Rd., E. "Caledonian Arms", Fairfield Rd., Bow

Consent to assignment  B/SGR/091  11 Dec 1882

Contents:
1. Thomas Boxshall
2. Thomas Hastings
3. Benjamin William Bircham. "Star and Garter", [25] Pattison Rd. Plumstead

Mortgage  B/SGR/092  12 Dec 1882

Contents:
1. Benjamin William Bircham, "Star and Garter", Pattison Rd., Plumstead
2. Alfred Kirby, Deptford Distillery, distiller (Holland and Co.). "Star and Garter", [25] Pattison Rd. Plumstead

Notice of mortgage  B/SGR/093  12 Dec 1882

Contents:
1. Benjamin William Bircham, Plumstead
2. Thomas Boxshall, Plumstead. "Star and Garter", [25] Pattison Rd. Plumstead

Agreement on priority of charge  B/SGR/094  12 Dec 1882

Contents:
1. Thomas Hastings
2. Holland & Co. "Star and Garter", [25] Pattison Rd. Plumstead

Notice of charge  B/SGR/095  12 Dec 1882

Contents:
1. Benjamin William Bircham
2. Thomas Boxshall
3. Holland & Co. "Star and Garter", [25] Pattison Rd. Plumstead

Bill of sale  B/SGR/096  14 Sep 1881

Contents:
1. Jameson Alers Hankey, 109 Leadenhall St., City, shipowner
2. William West, The Limes, Leytonstone, Essex, gent. 1/64 share in S.S. Sikh

Mortgage  B/SGR/097  13 Oct 1882

Contents:
1. William West, The Limes, Leytonstone, Essex, gent.
2. Alfred Kirby, Fairlawn, New Cross, Sy., gent. 1/64 share in S.S. Sikh

Bill of sale  B/SGR/098  14 Sep 1881

Contents:
1. Jameson Alers Hankey, 109 Leadenhall St., City, shipowner
2. William West, The Limes, Leytonstone, Essex, gent. 2/64 shares in S.S. Afghan

Mortgage  B/SGR/099  13 Oct 1882

Contents:
1. William West, The Limes, Leytonstone, Essex, gent.
2. Alfred Kirby, Fairlawn, New Cross, Sy., gent. 2/64 shares in S.S. Afghan

Particulars of securities deposited  B/SGR/100  n.d. [after 1882]

Contents:
T. V. Smith, esq., A. Kirby. Public houses in London and Sy; steam ships

Schedule of securities deposited  B/SGR/101  n.d. [after 1882]

Contents:
T.V. Smith, A. Kirby. Public houses in London and Sy; steam ships

Schedule of securities deposited  B/SGR/102  n.d. [after 1882]

Contents:
[T.V. Smith, A. Kirby]. Public houses in London and Sy.

List of loans  B/SGR/103  n.d. [after 1882]

Contents:
[T.V. Smith A. Kirby]

Mortgage  B/SGR/104  15 Feb 1883

Contents:
1. Charles Webb, Crown, York St., Westminster
2. Alfred Kirby (Holland and Co.). "Crown", York St., Westminster

Notice of mortgage  B/SGR/105  15 Feb 1883

Contents:
1. Charles Webb, Crown, York St., Westminster
2. Barclay & Co., Southwark. "Crown", York St., Westminster

Notice of mortgage  B/SGR/106  29 Mar 1882

Contents:
1. Andrew Alfred Granger, Frank Moody; Duke of Sussex, Beresford St., Woolwich
2. Day Noakes & Co., Bermondsey. "Duke of Sussex", Beresford St., Woolwich

Licence to demise  B/SGR/107  15 May 1883

Contents:
1. Francis Day, John Tompsett Noakes, Wickham Noakes (Day Noakes & Co.)
2. Alfred William Howard
3. Alfred Kirby, Deptford Distillery. "Duke of Sussex", Beresford St., Woolwich

Mortgage  B/SGR/108  16 May 1883

Contents:
1. Alfred William Howard, Duke of Sussex, Beresford St., Woolwich
2. Alfred Kirby (Holland & Co.). "Duke of Sussex", Beresford St., Woolwich

Notice of mortgage  B/SGR/109  16 May 1883

Contents:
1. Marchant Purvis and Benwell, for Holland and Co.
2. Day, Noakes & Co., Bermondsey. "Duke of Sussex", Beresford St., Woolwich

Mortgage  B/SGR/110  17 Mar 1884

Contents:
1. Frederick John Johnson, Beresford St., Walworth
2. Alfred Kirby (Holland & Co.). "Beresford Arms" [1&2 Field Cottages], Beresford Street, Lambeth

Notice of mortgage  B/SGR/111  17 Mar 1884

Contents:
1. Frederick John Johnson, Beresford St., Walworth
2. Hoare & Co., Lower East Smithfield. "Beresford Arms" [1&2 Field Cottages], Beresford Street, Lambeth

Mortgage  B/SGR/112  6 Jun 1884

Contents:
1. William Edward Lowe, Queen St., Woolwich
2. Alfred Kirby (Holland & Co.). 1/2 part of "Navy Arms", Queen St., Woolwich

Notice of mortgage  B/SGR/113  6 Jun 1884

Contents:
1. William Edward Lowe, Queen St., Woolwich
2. Combe & Co., Long Acre. "Navy Arms", Queen St., Woolwich

Memo. of mortgage  B/SGR/114  3 Dec 1884

Contents:
1. George Henry Wrigglesworth, Father Redcap, Camberwell Green
2. Alfred Kirby, (Holland & Co.). "Father Redcap" with 317 Camberwell Rd., Camberwell Green

Mortgage  B/SGR/115  3 Mar 1885

Contents:
1. James Chedzoy Lee, Admiral Duncan, New Cross Rd., Deptford
2. Alfred Kirby, (Holland & Co.). "Admiral Duncan" 503 New Cross Rd., Deptford

Notice of mortgage  B/SGR/116  3 Mar 1885

Contents:
1. James Chedzoy Lee, Admiral Duncan, New Cross Rd., Deptford
2. Courage & Co., Horselydown. "Admiral Duncan" 503 New Cross Rd., Deptford

Memo. re book debt  B/SGR/117  3 Mar 1885

Contents:
1. Henry Peters
2. Holland & Co. "Admiral Duncan" 503 New Cross Rd., Deptford

Bill of exchange  B/SGR/118  17 Sep 1887

Contents:
1. G.W. London for Holland & Co.
2. J. C. Lee, Admiral Duncan, New Cross Rd., Deptford

Mortgage  B/SGR/119  24 Nov 1885

Contents:
1. James Johns, "Crescent Arms", Croydon, Sy.
2. Alfred Kirby, (Holland & Co.). "Crescent Arms", Croydon, Sy.

SEAGER EVANS AND CO. LTD.  [no ref. or date]

Creator(s): Seager Evans and Co Ltd, distillers


Business Papers  [no ref. or date]

Articles of copartnership in business of common brewer  B/SGR/120  9 Jun 1819

Contents:
1. James Lys Seager, William Evans, Pimlico, distillers
2. John Drew, Southampton, Hants, brewer
3. Henry Holman, the same, draper. Britania [sic] Brewery, Old Ford, Bow

Articles of agreement and co-partnership  B/SGR/121  1 Oct 1847

Contents:
1. James Lys Seager, Millbank Row, Westminster, distiller
2. William Evans, the same
3. Robert Stafford, the same
4. Christopher Wilson, the same. Millbank Row, Westminster. 1) [Endorsed] 24 Nov. 1847. Articles of agreement. 1 - 4 (as above)
2) [Endorsed] 30 Jul. 1851. Articles of agreement. 1 - 4 (as above)

Deed of arrangement and covenant, on retirement of 1. from Seager Evans & Co.  B/SGR/122  10 Nov 1863

Contents:
1. Robert Stafford, Hyde Park Sq., esq.
2. James Lys Seager, Millbank Row, Westminster, distiller; Christopher Wilson, the same, distiller. Millbank Row, Westminster

Deed of partnership  B/SGR/123  20 Jan 1864

Contents:
1. James Lys Seager, Millbank, distiller
2. Christopher Wilson, the same, distiller
3. Frederick Seager Hunt, the same, gent.
4. Richard Wilson, the same, gent. Millbank Row, Westminster

Articles of partnership  B/SGR/124  29 Sep 1869

Contents:
1. James Lys Seager, Millbank, rectifier
2. Christopher Wilson, the same
3. Frederick Seager Hunt, the same
4. Richard Wilson, the same. Millbank Row, Westminster. [Endorsed] 11 Feb. 1871. Covenant in modification. 1 - 4 (as above)

"London Gazette" (p. 3788. Notice of dissolving partnership of 1-4, and continuation of firm by 1 and 3)  B/SGR/125  23 Aug 1872

Contents:
1. James Lys Seager
2. Christopher Wilson
3. Frederick Seager Hunt
4. Richard Wilson. Millbank Row, Westminster

Appointment of trustee for securing debenture stock of Seager Evans & Co. Ltd.  B/SGR/126  31 May 1904

Contents:
1. Charles James Singleton, 8 Staple Inn, chartered accountant
2. Arthur Gwillum Scott, 41 Lexham Gdns, Kensington, esq.

Agreement relating to transfer of shares, with letter, and list  B/SGR/127/01-04  21 Oct 1919

Contents:
1. Seager Evans and Co. Ltd.
2. Holland and Co. Ltd.

Draft ledger and journal entries, with letter  B/SGR/128/01-03  1 Apr - 19 Oct 1922

Contents:
Seager Evans and Co. Ltd.

Agreement  B/SGR/129  21 Mar 1927

Contents:
1. Seager Evans and Co. Ltd. 14 Deptford Bridge, S.E.8
2. Alfred William Foxwell, 130 Pepys Road, Wimbledon, director and traveller

Property Papers  [no ref. or date]

Lease for 99 years  B/SGR/130  4 Jun 1824

Contents:
1. Robert, Earl Grosvenor, Eaton, Cheshire
2. John Johnson, St. John, Westminster, paviour. Ground fronting N. on Market St., abutting W. and S. on premises leased to J. F. Vidler, S. on ditto to S.M. Parratt wid., E. on Millbank Row and premises leased to Missett and Parsons, in St. John, Westminster. Plan

Lease for 89 years, and counterpart  B/SGR/131-132  24 Jun 1824

Contents:
1. John Johnson, Holywell St., Westminster, paviour
2. James Lys Seager, William Evans, Millbank Row, Westminster, distillers and copartners. Ground and messuage erected thereon, fronting E. on Millbank Row, N. on "White Hart" P.H. premises belonging to 1, and Market St.; W. on premises occ. by Perry and Allen, S. on ditto of Green, Wright & Vidler in St. John, Westminster. Plan. [Endorsed on B/SGR/131] 13 Dec. 1824. Assignment. 1. James Lys Seager, William Evans
2. Thomas Valentine Cooke, Benjamin Smith, Richard Carrington the elder, Octavius Henry Smith, Richard Carrington the younger, Thames Bank, Chelsea, malt distillers

Lease for 89 years, and counterpart  B/SGR/133-134  29 Nov 1824

Contents:
1. John Johnson, Holywell St., Westminster, paviour
2. Charles Perry, Market St., Westminster, plaisterer. Ground on S. side of Market St., St. John, Westminster. Plan

Lease for 84 years, and counterpart  B/SGR/135-136  20 Mar 1826

Contents:
1. Charles Perry, Market St., Westminster, plasterer
2. James Lys Seager, William Evans, Millbank Row, Westminster, distiller. Dwelling house on S. side of Market St., Westminster, with pt. of yard adjoining. Plan

Lease for 14 years (counterpart)  B/SGR/137  1 Feb 1826

Contents:
1. Charles Perry, Market St., Westminster; plaisterer
2. Samuel John Noble, Abingdon St., Westminster, musical instrument maker. 2 workshops - 1st and 2nd floors of 8 Market St. (S. side) with right of entrance from Market St., Westminster

Lease for 14 years (cancelled) and counterpart  B/SGR/138-139  23 Dec 1826

Contents:
1. Charles Perry, Market St., St. John, plaisterer
2. John Vidler, Millbank Row, the same, mail coach builder. Loft or warehouse on S. side of Market St., Westminster, 93'7" from front to back, 17'4" in front. Plan

Lease for 14 years, and counterpart  B/SGR/140-141  1 Nov 1826

Contents:
1. Charles Perry, Market St., Westminster, plaisterer
2. Stephen Fitzgerald, Millbank St., Westminster, oilman. Warehouse and ground in Market St., Westminster, N-S 52', E-W 16'10" with right of way

Lease for 81¼ years, and counterpart  B/SGR/142-143  13 Mar 1829

Contents:
1. Charles Perry, Market St., Westminster, plaisterer
2. James Lys Seager, William Evans, Robert Stafford, Market St., distillers. Messuage and ground on S. side of Market St., Westminster. Plan

Assignment of interest in lease  B/SGR/144  16 Feb 1831

Contents:
1. Stephen Fitzgerald, Millbank St., St. John, Westminster
2. Thomas Chandler, "The Ship", Millbank Row. Warehouse in Market St., St. John, Westminster

Assignment  B/SGR/145  31 Dec 1845

Contents:
1. Octavius Henry Smith, Richard Carrington, Thames Bank, Chelsea, malt distillers
2. Benjamin Smith, Hastings, Sx., esq.
3. O.H. Smith, Rev. James Hitchings, Wargrave, Berks, R, Carrington, William Carrington, Gt. Bentley, nr. Colchester, [Essex]
4. James Lys Seager, William Evans, Robert Stafford, Millbank Row, Westminster, distillers. Premises as in B/SGR/131. Plan

Lease for 59 years less 60 days, and counterpart  B/SGR/146-147  31 Oct 1848

Contents:
1. William Goldsmith, Parliament and Market Sts., Westminster, wine and ale merchant
2. James Lys Seager, William Evans, Robert Stafford, Millbank Row, Westminster, distillers. Ground abutting N. on Market St., Westminster, E. and S. on premises occ. by 2; W. on premises occ. by 1. Plan

Assignment on purchase  B/SGR/148  4 Dec 1849

Contents:
1. Rt. Hon. Sidney Godolphin Osborne, Hampstead
2. William Johnson, Millbank Row, Westminster, esq.
3. James Lys Seager, William Evans, Robert Stafford, Millbank Row, distillers. Messuages and ground as in B/SGR/130-131 and 132-133 and 134, now including the Distillery, and 3-6 Market St., Westminster. 1) [Endorsed] 29 Jun. 1858. Assignment on trust. 1. James Lys Seager, Robert Stafford
2. Christopher Wilson, Millbank Row, distiller
3. Henry Johnson, 20 Austin Friars, City, gent.
2) [Endorsed] 30 Jun. 1858. Assignment. 1. Henry Johnson
2. James Lys Seager, Robert Stafford, Christopher Wilson
3) [Endorsed] 5 Dec. 1872. Assignment. 1. James Lys Seager, Christopher Wilson
2. James Lys Seager, Frederick Seager Hunt, Millbank

Assignment  B/SGR/149  12 May 1857

Contents:
1. Charles Perry, late of Market St., now of Battersea, gent.
2. James Lys Seager, Robert Stafford, Christopher Wilson, Millbank Row, distillers
3. Henry Johnson, Austin Friars, City, gent. Premises as in B/SGR/133-134

Lease for 61 years  B/SGR/150  16 Aug 1826

Contents:
1. Robert, Earl Grosvenor, Eaton, Cheshire
2. William Malyon, St. John, Westminster, victualler. Ground and messuage fronting E. on Millbank Row and R. Thames, abutting N. on Market St. and premises occ. by John Johnson, S. on premises occ. by Seager Evans, W. on premises occ. by John Johnson, Westminster. Plan

Assignment  B/SGR/151  6 Oct 1860

Contents:
1. Benjamin Berrett, 17 Commercial Rd. East, gent; Henry Haines, Moorgate St., City, auctioneer (execrs. of Wm. Malyon 2 Salamanca Terrace, Queens Elm, Chelsea)
2. James Lys Seager, Robert Stafford, Christopher Wilson, Millbank, Westminster, distillers and co-partners. "White Hart" P.H., Millbank Row, as in B/SGR/150. [Endorsed] 5 Dec. 1872. Assignment. 1. James Lys Seager, Christopher Wilson
2. James Lys Seager, Frederick Seager Hunt, Millbank, esq.

Lease for 45 years less 53 days and counterpart  B/SGR/152-153  18 Jul 1862

Contents:
1. William Goldsmith, Parliament St., Westminster, wine merchant
2. James Lys Seager, Robert Stafford, Christopher Wilson, Millbank Row, spirit merchants. Warehouses and ground abutting N. on Market St., Westminster, E. on premises occ. by 2, S. on prem. occ. by James Richmond, W. on premises occ. by 1 and - Thorne. Plan. [Endorsed on B/SGR/152] 5 Dec. 1872. Assignment. 1. James Lys Seager, Christopher Wilson
2. James Lys Seager, Frederick Seager Hunt, Millbank, esq.

Lease for 34 years  B/SGR/154  20 May 1887

Contents:
1. Hugh Lupus, Duke of Westminster
2. Frederick Seager Hunt, Percival Altamont Browne, of Millbank Distillery, 2 Grosvenor Rd., Westminster, esqs., rectifiers and copartners in Seager Evans & Co. Ground and premises 1 Grosvenor Rd., Pimlico. Plan

Assignment  B/SGR/155  24 Jun 1886

Contents:
1. Henry William Robinson, Crouch House, Cranham, Romford, Essex, esq.; Edgar Horne, 17 Gt. George St. Westminster, auctioneer; Walter Charles Goldsmith, 40 Gt. Tower St., City, wine merchant
2. Charlotte Mary Worth Bournemouth, Hants, wid. Ground and stables etc. abutting N. on Market St., Westminster, E. on premises occ. by Seager Evans and Stafford, S. on premises occ. by James Richmond, W. on premises occ. by Timothy and James Thorne, and James Richmond; use of wharf opp. 2 messuages in Millbank Row. (9 Horseferry Rd., Westminster)

Assignment  B/SGR/156  23 Jul 1891

Contents:
1. Charlotte Mary Worth, Mavis Bank, Bournemouth, Hants, wid.
2. Frederick Seager Hunt, 7 Cromwell Rd., Kensington, esq. Premises in Horseferry Rd., Westminster, as in B/SGR/155

Conveyance  B/SGR/157  24 Oct 1898

Contents:
1. Sir Frederick Seager Hunt, 7 Cromwell Rd., Kensington (incapable through mental infirmity) by Dame Alice Harriet Hunt, his wife
2. Alice Harriet Hunt
3. Percival Altamont Browne, Clapham Common, W., esq.
4. Walter Freeman Hunt Hart Hill, St. John's, Woking, Surrey, barrister
5. John Drummond, Avenue Gdns, Mill Hill Pk, Acton, esq.
6. Seager Evans & Co., Millbank Distillery, 2 Grosvenor Rd., Westminster. Royal Hotel, Rotherfield Grays, Henley on Thames, Oxon; 1-3 Grosvenor Rd., Pimlico; 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 Horseferry Rd.; 71, 73 Millbank St., Westminster; 110 Ifield Rd., Kensington

Lease for 3¾ years less 50 days  B/SGR/158  24 Jun 1907

Contents:
1. London Road Car Co. Ltd.
2. Seager Evans and Co. Ltd. Premises in Horseferry Rd. Westminster, described in lease of 1837 as in Market St., St. John, Westminster, abutting N. on Market St., E. on premises occ. by Seager Evans and Stafford, S. on premises occ. by James Richmond, W. on premises occ. by Timothy and James Thorne

Lease for 10 years, less 11 days  B/SGR/159/01  14 Jul 1910

Contents:
1. London General Omnibus Co. Ltd.
2. Seager Evans and Co. Ltd. Premises in Horseferry Rd. Westminster, described in lease of 1837 as in Market St., St. John, Westminster, abutting N. on Market St., E. on premises occ. by Seager Evans and Stafford, S. on premises occ. by James Richmond, W. on premises occ. by Timothy and James Thorne

Letter  B/SGR/159/02  28 Jul 1910

Contents:
1. London General Omnibus Co. Ltd. to:-
2. Seager Evans & Co. Ltd. Premises as in B/SGR/159/01

Abstract of title  B/SGR/160  29 Nov 1824 - 11 Dec 1856

Contents:
Charles Perry. Premises in Market St., Westminster

Schedule of deeds, 1824 - 1909  B/SGR/161  17 Jun 1913

Contents:
Seager Evans & Co. Ltd. Millbank Distillery, Grosvenor Rd., Westminster

Plan  B/SGR/162  Mar 1877, corrected to Sep 1892

Contents:
Seager Evans & Co. Distillery and adjoining premises on corner of Horseferry Rd. and Grosvenor Rd., Westminster; with [line of proposed widening of Horseferry Rd]

Plan  B/SGR/163  [before Nov 1893]

Contents:
Seager Evans & Co. Premises as in B/SGR/162

Plan  B/SGR/164  Feb 1877

Contents:
Seager. Wine dept. of premises in Horseferry Rd., Westminster

Correspondence  B/SGR/165/01-10  13 Jan 1916

1 file

Contents:
1. Seager Evans and Co. Ltd.
2. Grosvenor Office, 53 Davies St., Berkeley Sq., and Edmund Wimperis, 61 South Molton St., W. 1-3 Grosvenor Rd., and Horseferry Road, Westminster

Lease for 25 years, 2 months, 5 days  B/SGR/166  29 Sep 1817

Contents:
1. Richard Houlditch, Hampstead, esq.
2. James Lys Seager, Pimlico distiller. House, counting house, storehouse, cooperage, cowhouse, brewhouse in Old Ford Lane, on W. side of R. Lea, Bow, with schedule of fixtures. Plans

Assignment of leases  B/SGR/167  9 Jun 1819

Contents:
1. James Lys Seager, Pimlico, William Evans, the same, distillers
2. James Lys Seager
3. John Drew, Southampton, Hants, brewer; Henry Holman, the same, draper
4. John Seager, Old Ford, Bow. Public House "Salmon and Ball" and 2 mess. adjoining, in Crown Court, Bunhill Row, with right of way in Chequer Alley, in St. Luke, Old St.; house, brewhouse etc. in Old Ford Lane, Bow. [Endorsed] 10 Jun. 1819. Assignment of leases. 1. John Seager
2. James Lys Seager, William Evans, John Drew, Henry Holman

Lease for 15 years 2 months (cancelled)  B/SGR/168  12 Oct 1827

Contents:
1. James Lys Seager, William Evans, Mill Bank Row, Westminster; John Drew, Henry Holman, Old Ford, Bow, brewers and co-partners
2. William Foster Atkins, Chart, Kent, gent. House, brewhouse etc. Old Ford Lane, Bow, with schedule of fixtures. Plans

Abstract of title  B/SGR/169  1817 - 1827

Contents:
Premises at Old Ford, Bow

Plan, showing alterations  B/SGR/170  n.d. [after 1827]

Contents:
Brewery, house, etc., in Old Ford, Bow

Sale particulars  B/SGR/171  19 Nov 1829

Contents:
Britannia Brewery and other premises in Old Ford Lane, Bow

Sale catalogue  B/SGR/172  19 Nov 1829

Contents:
Plant, utensils and furniture at Britannia Brewery, Old Ford, Bow

Letters and draft letters, about dilapidations, etc.  B/SGR/173/01-55  [1836] 6 Aug 1838

1 bundle

Contents:
1. D. Shuter, Esq. Millbank St. Westminster [for Seager Evans]
2. Davison, 40 Bread St. Cheapside [for W. Reynolds] and others. Premises at Old Ford, Bow

Release - acquittance [on 2 taking possession] (unsigned)  B/SGR/174  17 Apr 1841

Contents:
1. Richard Houlditch, Pond St., Hampstead, esq.
2. James Lys Seager, Millbank Row, Westminster, distiller. [Premises at Oldfield, Bow]

Receipt for payment on 2 taking possession  B/SGR/175  17 Apr 1841

Contents:
1. R. Houlditch
2. James Lys Seager. [Premises at Oldfield, Bow]

Lease for 21 years  B/SGR/176  20 Sep 1796

Contents:
1. James, Marquis of Salisbury
2. William Arthur, Cecil Court, St. Martin in the Fields, whalebone cutter. Messuage abutting 11' [W] on Castle St., 25'6" on angle of Castle and Gt. Newport Sts., 18'3" N. on Gt. Newport St., 31'4" S. on prem. of Archer, 29' [E] on prem. of Lewis, St. Martin in the Fields. Plan

Assignment of lease  B/SGR/177  18 Sep 1804

Contents:
1. Martha Thackwray, Tottenham Ct. Rd., wid. Jonathan Delver, Fell St., City, merchant (execrs of William Arthur)
2. James David Phillips, Broad St. Golden Sq., upholsterer. Messuage abutting 11' [W] on Castle St., 25'6" on angle of Castle and Gt. Newport Sts., 18'3" N. on Gt. Newport St., 31'4" S. on prem. of Archer, 29' [E] on prem. of Lewis, St. Martin in the Fields; known as "The Porcupine".
Plan

Assignment of lease  B/SGR/178  5 Apr 1813

Contents:
1. James David Phillips, Prospect Place, St. George's Fields, Sy, appraiser
2. John Phillips, formerly Bear St., Leic. Sq., victualler, now the Porcupine, Castle St. Premises as in B/SGR/177 ("The Porcupine")

Assignment of lease as security  B/SGR/179  1 Oct 1813

Contents:
1. John Phillips, Castle St., St. Martin in the Fields, victualler
2. George Vincent, Bedford St., gent.
3. Samuel Morris, Fleet Market, City, wine and brandy merchant (trustee of 2). Premises as in B/SGR/177 ("The Porcupine"). [Endorsed] 7 Dec. 1813. Assignment of lease. 3 (at request of 2) to 1

Assignment by way of mortgage  B/SGR/180  17 Dec 1813

Contents:
1. John Phillips Castle St., St. Martin in the Fields, victualler
2. Sampson Hanbury, Brick Lane, Spitalfields, brewer. Premises as in B/SGR/177 ("The Porcupine")

Assignment, by way of mortgage, in trust  B/SGR/181  28 Feb 1814

Contents:
1. John Phillips, Castle St., St. Martin in the Fields, victualler
2. Edmund O'Brien, Drury Lane, cheesemonger. Premises as in B/SGR/177 ("The Porcupine")

Licence to assign  B/SGR/182  2 Jul 1814

Contents:
1. James, Marquis of Salisbury
2. John Phillips, Gt. Newport St., victualler
3. Wynne Evans, George Court, Princes St., Soho, victualler. Premises as in B/SGR/177 ("The Porcupine")

Assignment of lease  B/SGR/183  16 Jul 1814

Contents:
1. John Phillips, Castle St., St. Martin in the Fields, victualler
2. Sampson Hanbury, Brick Lane, Spitalfields, brewer
3. Edmund O'Brien, Drury Lane, cheesemonger
4. John Wynne Evans, Princes St., St. James, vintner. Premises as in B/SGR/177 ("The Porcupine")

Warrant of attorney  B/SGR/184  25 Jul 1814

Contents:
1. John Wynne Evans, Porcupine Public House, victualler
2. Joseph Fitzwilliam Vandercom and Edward Richard Comyn, K.B.

Bond  B/SGR/185  25 Jul 1814

Contents:
1. John Wynne Evans, Princes St., St. James, vintner
2. Charles Calvert and John Forster, Upper Thames St., City, brewers. "The Porcupine", Castle St. and Gt. Newport St., St. Martin in the Fields

Licence to sell by way of mortgage  B/SGR/186  27 Jul 1814

Contents:
1. James, Marquis of Salisbury
2. John Wynne Evans, George Court, Princes St., Soho, victualler
3. Charles Calvert, John Forster, Upper Thames St., City, brewers. "The Porcupine", Castle St. and Gt. Newport St., St. Martin in the Fields

Letter  B/SGR/187  1 Aug [1814]

Contents:
1. Mr. Whittard, Lincolns Inn, to:-
2. Messrs. Vandercom and Comyn. "The Porcupine", Castle St. and Gt. Newport St., St. Martin in the Fields

Letter  B/SGR/188  30 Aug 1814

Contents:
1. Mr. Whittard, Lincolns Inn, to:-
2. Messrs. Vandercom and Comyn, Bush Lane, Cannon St. "The Porcupine", Castle St. and Gt. Newport St., St. Martin in the Fields

Deed of release  B/SGR/189  30 Nov 1818

Contents:
1. Charles Calvert and John Forster, Upper Thames St., City, brewers
2. John Wynne Evans, Princes St., vintner. "The Porcupine", Castle St. and Gt. Newport St., St. Martin in the Fields

Licence to assign  B/SGR/190  18 Feb 1819

Contents:
1. James, Marquis of Salisbury
2. John Wynne Evans, Castle St., Leic. Sq., victualler
3. John Drew, Henry Holman, James Lys Seager, William Evans, Old Ford Lane, Bow, brewers. "The Porcupine", Castle St. and Gt. Newport St., St. Martin in the Fields

Assignment of lease  B/SGR/191  23 Jun 1819

Contents:
1. John Wynne Evans, Castle St., Leic. Sq., victualler
2. John Drew, Henry Holman, James Lys Seager, William Evans, Old Ford, Bow, brewers. "The Porcupine", Castle St. and Gt. Newport St., St. Martin in the Fields

Lease for 14 years  B/SGR/192  23 Oct 1912

Contents:
1. Allan Field, 17 Chester Tce., Regents Pk., gent.
2. Seager Evans & Co. Ltd., Millbank Distillery, Grosvenor Rd., Westminster. 5, 6 The Parade; stables in Mansion St. and bottle-washing premises, Margate, Kent; 36 Northdown Rd., Cliftonville, Kent, goodwill of business

Printed memo. and articles of association  B/SGR/193  6 Aug 1920

Contents:
Ash's East Kent Brewery Co., Ltd. Sandwich, Kent; Dane John Brewery, Canterbury, Kent

List of stock of wines and spirits  B/SGR/194  30 Aug 1920

Contents:
Ash & Co.; 37 St. Margaret's Street, Canterbury. [Canterbury] Kent; Belfast, London, Portrush, Glasgow Dublin, Manchester

Plan  B/SGR/195  n.d. [c.1920]

Contents:
Seager Evans and Co. Spirit store let to Seager Evans & Co., and Dane John Brewery Yard, St. John's Lane, Canterbury, Kent

Agreement of tenancy (copy made 11 May 1923)  B/SGR/196  12 May 1911

Contents:
1. Stead Taylor and Stead, Liverpool
2. Frank Harris, Walter Nelson Cross, David Waddel (Robert Preston & Co.), rectifiers and wine and spirit merchants. 9, 9a, 19-27 Vernon St., Liverpool

Agreement for sale of business (attested copy)  B/SGR/197  18 Apr 1923

Contents:
1. Frank Harris, David Waddel, Daniel Higson, Henry Cecil Williamson, Frederick Maudsley Harris, Thomas Sellars (Robert Preston and Co.) Liverpool, rectifiers and wine and spirit merchants
2. Seager Evans & Co. Ltd., Deptford Bridge. [Liverpool]

5 letters  B/SGR/198/01-05  26 Apr 1923 - 1 Jan 1924

Contents:
Between
1. Layton & Co., 55-56 Browns Buildings, Exchange Flags Liverpool
2. Nash, Field & Co., 12 Queen St., E.C.4
3. Alsop Stevens Crooks & Co., 14 Castle St., Liverpool
4. Robert Preston & Co., Vernon St. Distillery, Liverpool. 9 Vernon St., Liverpool

Assignment of tenancy  B/SGR/199  30 Apr 1923

Contents:
1. Frank Harris, David Waddel, Daniel Higson, Henry Cecil Williamson, Frederic Mawdsley Harris, Thomas Sellars (Robert Preston & Co.), rectifiers and wine and spirit merchants, Liverpool
2. Seager Evans & Co. Ltd., Deptford Bridge. 9, 9A, 19-27 Vernon St., Liverpool

Agreement for annual storage  B/SGR/200  16 Jun 1922

Contents:
1. Liverpool Warehousing Co. Ltd., Old Hall, Old Hall St., Liverpool
2. Robert Preston & Co., 9 Vernon St., Liverpool. Vaults under Atlas St. warehouse and rooms therein, Liverpool

Assignment of tenancy  B/SGR/201  30 Apr 1923

Contents:
1. Frank Harris, David Waddel, Daniel Higson, Henry Cecil Williamson, Frederic Mawdsley Harris, Thomas Sellars (Robert Preston & Co.) rectifiers and wine and spirit merchants, Liverpool
2. Seager Evans and Co. Ltd., Deptford Bridge. Vaults under Atlas St. warehouse and rooms therein, Liverpool

Agreement to grant license, etc.  B/SGR/202  26 Jul 1924

Contents:
1. City and Westminster Properties Ltd., 159 Fenchurch St., City
2. Seager Evans and Co. Ltd., Millbank Distillery, Deptford Bridge
3. John Coutts Duffus, Oscar Vivian Asser (J.C. Duffus & Co.) 50 Mark Lane. 5 rooms and strong room, 50 Mark Lane, City

Agreement for lease for 1 year  B/SGR/203  29 Jul 1924

Contents:
1. John Coutts Duffus, Oscar Vivian Asser (J.C. Duffus and Co.) 50 Mark Lane, jute merchants
2. Seager Evans and Co. Ltd., 50 Mark Lane, distillers and wine merchants. 1 room and part of room in 50 Mark Lane, City

Agreement for lease of 1¾ years  B/SGR/204  28 Sep 1926

Contents:
1. City of London Real Property Co. Ltd.
2. Seager Evans and Co. Ltd., distillers and wine merchants, 50 Mark Lane, City. Room late in occ. of Wine Trade Club, 50 Mark Lane, City

Agreement (uncompleted)  B/SGR/205  1928

Contents:
1. City of London Real Property Co. Ltd., 159 Fenchurch St., City
2. Seager Evans and Co. Ltd., 14 Deptford Bridge
3. L.G. Evans and Co. Ltd., Adelaide Chambers, 52 Gracechurch St., City. Room late in occ. of Wine Trade Club, 50 Mark Lane, City

Draft agreement  B/SGR/206  1928

Contents:
1. City of London Real Property Co. Ltd., 159 Fenchurch St., City
2. Seager Evans and Co. Ltd., 14 Deptford Bridge
3. L. G. Evans and Co. Ltd., Adelaide Chambers, 52 Gracechurch St., City. Room late in occ. of Wine Trade Club, 50 Mark Lane, City

Agreement, with receipt and letter  B/SGR/207/01-02  17 Sep 1928

Contents:
1. A.B. Sports, 52 London Rd., Bromley, Kent
2. Seager Evans and Co. Lrd., Millbank Distillery. Football pitch at New Eltham

Mortgage Dealings  [no ref. or date]

Assignment in trust (mortgage)  B/SGR/208  24 Jun 1819

Contents:
1. Walter Visick, White Hart Yard, Drury Lane, Middx., victualler
2. James Lys Seager, William Evans, Pimlico, distillers and copartners
3. John Drew, Henry Holman, Old Ford, Bow, brewers and copartners. Messuage "White Hart" in White Hart St. or Yard [Drury Lane, Middx.]; with schedule of fixtures and furnishing

Insurance policy - sheet of conditions  B/SGR/209  n.d. [after 24 Jun 1820]

Contents:
1. Sun Fire Office
2. Wm. Cook, 5 Clements Inn Passage, Strand

Insurance policy, with separate sheet of conditions  B/SGR/210/01-02  17 Jan 1821

Contents:
1. Sun Fire Office
2. William Cook, "Lord Nelson" Clements Inn Passage, victualler. "Lord Nelson", Clements Inn' Passage, with contents; 2 houses adjoining at back, in Clements Lane, [St. Clement Danes]

Inventory of household furniture (property of 1, valued to 2) and Memo. of undertaking to pay rates; receipts (W. Cook)  B/SGR/211  16 Aug 1821

Contents:
1. Wm. Cook "Lord Nelson"
2. John Webster. "Lord Nelson", Clements Inn' Passage, Clare Market [St. Clement Danes]

Assignment in trust (mortgage)  B/SGR/212  18 Aug 1821

Contents:
1. John Webster, Clements Inn Passage, St. Clement Danes, Middx., victualler
2. James Lys Seager, William Evans, Robert Stafford, Pimlico, distillers and copartners
3. John Drew, Henry Holman, Old Ford, Bow, brewers and copartners. Messuage "Lord Nelson", Clements Inn Passage, St. Clement Danes, Middx; with schedule of fixtures and furnishing

Receipt for insurance premium  B/SGR/213/01  20 Aug 1821

Contents:
1. Albion Fire and Life Insurance Co.
2. Mr. Webster and Cook

Receipt for insurance premium  B/SGR/213/02  20 Aug 1821

Contents:
1. Albion Fire and Life Insurance Co.
2. John Webster

Quit claim of rent and covenants  B/SGR/214  19 Oct 1835

Contents:
1. John Jeffkins, George Jeffkins, 196, Shoreditch, licensed victuallers
2. William Evans, Millbank Distillery, Westminster, distiller

Mortgage  B/SGR/215/01  20 Dec 1882

Contents:
1. Thomas Sturdy, Yorkshire Grey, London St., Fitzroy Sq., licensed victualler
2. Frederick Seager Hunt, Millbank Distillery (Seager Evans & Co.). "The Beehive", 126 Crawford St., St. Marylebone

Receipt  B/SGR/215/02  16 Jan 1883

Contents:
1. Wilde Berger Moore and Wilde
2. Mackeson Taylor and Arnould. "The Beehive" 126 Crawford, St., St. Marylebone

2 promissory notes  B/SGR/215/03-04  7 Feb 1876

Contents:
1. Thomas Sturdy
2. Seager Evans and Co.

Admission of liability  B/SGR/215/05  28 Aug 1894

Contents:
1. Thomas Sturdy
2. Seager Evans and Co. "Rising Sun", York Road, Lambeth

Letter (copy)  B/SGR/216  29 Jan 1902

Contents:
1. Wellington Taylor, 59 Lincolns Inn Fields, to:-
2. Thomas Sturdy. "The Beehive", 126 Crawford St., St. Marylebone

Inventory of fixtures  B/SGR/217  30 Jan 1902

Contents:
1. Seager Evans & Co.
2. Charles William George Hatchman. "The Beehive", 126 Crawford St., St. Marylebone

Inventory of furniture and effects  B/SGR/218  30 Jan 1902

Contents:
Thomas Sturdy. "The Beehive", 126 Crawford St., St. Marylebone

Letter  B/SGR/219  30 Jan 1902

Contents:
1. Thomas Sturdy to:-
2. Seager Evans & Co. Ltd. "The Beehive", 126 Crawford St., St. Marylebone

Receipt  B/SGR/220  30 Jan 1902

Contents:
1. Thomas Sturdy
2. Charles William George Hatchman "The Beehive", 126 Crawford St., St. Marylebone

File of licensing forms  B/SGR/221/01-05  30 Jan 1902

Contents:
Charles W.G. Hatchman

Agreement  B/SGR/222  29 Feb 1902

Contents:
1. Seager Evans & Co., Ltd., Millbank Distillery, 2 Grosvenor Road, Westminster
2. Charles William George Hatchman, The Beehive Crawford Street. "The Beehive" [126] Crawford Street, St. Marylebone

Letter  B/SGR/223  23 Feb 1905

Contents:
1. Bass, Ratcliff and Gretton, Ltd., King's Road, Pancras Road: to:-
2. Seager Evans & Co. "The Beehive" [126] Crawford Street, St. Marylebone

Charge  B/SGR/224  15 Dec 1896

Contents:
1. Harry Nichols Morgan, Old Pied Bull, Holloway Road, Victualler
2. Percival Altamont Browne, Millbank Distillery, esq. "Old Pied Bull" 188 Holloway Road, Islington

Notice of Charge  B/SGR/225  15 Dec 1896

Contents:
1. Harry Nichols Morgan
2. Vyell Edward Walker; Henry Sewell, John Bradshaw, Edward Stanhope Rashleigh, Limehouse, brewers; Joseph Jeffs Meadows, Anchor & Hope, Horseferry Road, Stepney. "Old Pied Bull" 188 Holloway Road, Islington

Further Charge  B/SGR/226  29 May 1899

Contents:
1. Harry Nichols Morgan, 31 Mercers Road, Holloway victualler
2. Seager Evans & Co., Ltd. "The Old Pied Bull", [188] Holloway Road, Islington. "Crown and Shuttle" High Street, Shoreditch. "Princess of Wales" London Road, Southwark. "New Globe", Mile End Road. "Swan" 438 Kingsland Road, Hackney. [Endorsed] 16 May 1904. Further Charge
1. Harry Nichols Morgan
2. Seager Evans & Co., Ltd.

Transfer of Charge  B/SGR/227  9 Aug 1900

Contents:
1. Percival Altamont Browne, esq.
2. Seager Evans & Co., Ltd. Millbank Distillery. "The Old Pied Bull" [188] Holloway Road, Islington

Deed supplemental to mortgage  B/SGR/228  16 May 1904

Contents:
1. William Charles Sage, 86 Carlton Road, Tufnell Park, gent; Elizabeth Ann Jarvis, 64 Lauderdale Mansions, Maida Vale, wid; William Albert Jarvis, Crown, Old Cavendish Street, Licensed victualler
2. Harry Nichols Morgan, Old Pied Bull, Holloway Road, Licensed victualler. "The Old Pied Bull" [188] Holloway Road, Islington

License to demise  B/SGR/229  12 Aug 1897

Contents:
1. Truman, Hanbury & Buxton, Co., Ltd., Brick Lane, Spitalfields
2. H.R. Ackerman. "The Princess of Wales", London Road, Southwark

Mortgage  B/SGR/230  12 Aug 1897

Contents:
1. Henry Robert Ackerman, The Princess of Wales, London Road, Southwark
2. Harry Nichols Morgan, 31 Mercers Road, Holloway. "The Princess of Wales", London Road, Southwark

Notice of mortgage  B/SGR/231  12 Aug 1897

Contents:
1. Henry Robert Ackerman, The Princess of Wales, London Road, Southwark
2. Truman, Hanbury Buxton & Co., Ltd. "The Princess of Wales", London Road, Southwark

Notice of Charge  B/SGR/232  12 Aug 1897

Contents:
1. Henry Robert Ackerman, The Princess of Wales, London Road, Southwark
2. Truman, Hanbury, Buxton & Co., Ltd; Harry Nichols Morgan, 31 Mercers Road, Holloway. "The Princess of Wales", London Road, Southwark

License to assign  B/SGR/233  12 Aug 1897

Contents:
1. Truman, Hanbury, Buxton & Co., Ltd., 93 Brick Lane, Spitalfields
2. Harry Nichols Morgan, 31 Mercers Road, Holloway. "The Princess of Wales", London Road, Southwark

Sub mortgage  B/SGR/234  12 Aug 1897

Contents:
1. Harry Nichols Morgan, 31 Mercers Road, Holloway, victualler
2. Percy Altamont Browne, Millbank Distillery (partner in Seager Evans & Co.). "The Princess of Wales", London Road, Southwark

License to assign  B/SGR/235  8 Aug 1900

Contents:
1. Truman, Hanbury Buxton & Co., Ltd., 93 Brick Lane, Spitalfields
2. Percival Altamont Brown, Grosvenor Road, Westminster, distiller. "The Princess of Wales", London Road, Southwark

Transfer of sub mortgage  B/SGR/236  9 Aug 1900

Contents:
1. Percival Altamont Browne, Millbank Distillery, esq.
2. Seager Evans & Co., Ltd. Millbank Distillery. "The Princess of Wales", London Road, Southwark

Charge  B/SGR/237  29 May 1899

Contents:
1. Harry Nichols Morgan, New Globe, 359 Mile End Road licensed victualler
2. Seager Evans & Co., Ltd., Millbank Distillery. "New Globe", 359 Mile End Road; 361, 363 Mile End Road; 2, 4 Whitman Road, Stepney

Agreement  B/SGR/238  28 Feb 1900

Contents:
1. John Johnson, Walter Johnson
2. Seager Evans & Co., Ltd. Millbank Distillery. "New Globe", 359 Mile End Road, Stepney

Receipt and authorisation  B/SGR/239  17 Aug 1904

Contents:
1. Harry Nichols Morgan, The Swan, Kingsland Road
2. Seager Evans & Co., Ltd., Millbank Distillery. "The Swan" Kingsland Road, Hackney
"New Globe" Mile End Road, Stepney

Promissory note  B/SGR/240  24 Oct 1904

Contents:
1. H.N. Morgan
2. Seager Evans & Co., Ltd.

Mortgage (copy)  B/SGR/241  5 May 1896

Contents:
1. William Brakes
2. Charles Tanqueray & Co., Vine Street distillers. "The Britannia", Kingsland Road, Shoreditch

Promissory note (cancelled)  B/SGR/242  5 May 1896

Contents:
1. William Brakes
2. Charles Tanqueray & Co. "The Britannia", Kingsland Road, Shoreditch

Transfer of Charge (copy)  B/SGR/243  12 Oct 1899

Contents:
1. Tanqueray Gordon & Co., Ltd., 132 Goswell Road distillers
2. William Brakes, The Britannia Kingsland Road
3. Seager Evans & Co. Ltd., Millbank, Distillery. "The Britannia", Kingsland Road, Shoreditch

Receipt for ground rent  B/SGR/244  3 Aug 1899

Contents:
1. Matthew Bernard Lucas to:-
2. Mrs. Green. 105 Farleigh Road, Hackney

Charge  B/SGR/245  12 Oct 1899

Contents:
1. William Brakes, The Britannia, Kingsland Road, Shoreditch licensed victualler
2. Rebecca Brakes, his wife
3. Seager Evans & Co., Ltd. Millbank Distillery. 105 Farleigh Road, 58 Norcott Road, Hackney. [Endorsed] 10 Jan. 1901. Further charge. 1. William Brakes The Britannia, Kingland Road, Shoreditch
2. Rebecca Brakes, his wife
3. Seager Evans & Co., Ltd. Millbank Distillery

Charge  B/SGR/246/01  10 Jan 1901

Contents:
1. William Brakes, The Baldfaced Stag, 64 Clifton Street, Finsbury
2. Seager Evans & Co., Millbank Distillery. "The Baldfaced Stag"; 64 Clifton Street, Finsbury

Notice of Charge  B/SGR/246/02  10 Jan 1901

Contents:
1. William Brakes, The Baldfaced Stag, 64 Clifton Street, Finsbury
2. Watney, Combe, Reid & Co., Ltd. "The Baldfaced Stag"; 64 Clifton Street, Finsbury

Promissory note  B/SGR/247  3 May 1901

Contents:
1. J.E. Stevens
2. Seager Evans & Co., Ltd.

Certificate of Charge - Land Registry  B/SGR/248  8 Aug 1901

Contents:
Seager Evans & Co., Ltd. "Railway Signal Hotel", Devonshire Road, Lewisham

Deed of partnership  B/SGR/249  7 April 1913

Contents:
1. Albert Pooley Mogridge, 25 Woodside Cres., Sidcup, Laundryman
2. Albert George Brunton, 6 Rembrandt Road, Lee, builder's foreman. Longlands Park Laundry, 25 Woodside Cres. Sidcup, Kent

Charge  B/SGR/250  2 Mar 1926

Contents:
1. Albert Pooley Mogridge, Harrow Inn, Abbeywood, Kent
2. Seager Evans & Co., Ltd., Millbank Distillery, 14 Deptford Bridge. Share in Longlands Park Laundry, 25 Woodside Cres. Sidcup, Kent

Lease for 35 years  B/SGR/251  12 May 1845

Contents:
1. Rev. John Cowherd, Grantham, Lincs.
2. William Jackson, Dockhead, Southwark, distiller and rectifier. 2 messuages, used as one, known as "Blue Anchor" on N. side of Five Foot Lane, now Russell St., St. John, Southwark

Seager Family Papers  [no ref. or date]

Letter of attorney  B/SGR/252  23 Dec 1835

Contents:
1. James Harding Seager, 17 Millbank Street, Westminster, gent.
2. James Lys Seager, the same, esq.

Assignment and declaration of trust  B/SGR/253  31 Dec 1853

Contents:
1. Peter Tait Harbin
2. William John Leach, Henry Leach, James Lys Seager. Two ¼ shares of estate of James Leach. [Endorsed] 31 Dec. 1853. Assignment to provisional trustee. 1. William John Leach, 7 South St., Finsbury Sq. gent; Henry Leach, Winslow, Bucks, gent.
2. James Lys Seager, S. Lambeth, esq.
3. Peter Tait Harbin, Clement's Inn, gent. Two ¼ shares of estate of James Leach, in favour of Ann Seager Leach and James Seager Leach, infts.

William Evans's Chertsey Estate, Surrey  [no ref. or date]

Indentures of fine  B/SGR/254-255  Easter and Trinity 12 Geo.III [1772]

Contents:
Charles Buckworth esq., plt.
Richard Wyatt esq., dft. 1 messuage, 2 barns, 1 tile kiln, 2 curtilages, 2 gardens, 2 orchards, 4 a. land, 2 a. meadow, 2 a. pasture, 2 a. wood, in Chertsey, Sy.

Deed to declare uses of a fine  B/SGR/256  1 Dec 1772

Contents:
1. Charles Buckworth, Old Windsor, Berks, esq.
2. Richard Wyatt, Chertsey, esq. Messuage, etc., at Chelsey Green, Chertsey, Sy. in occ. of 2

Lease and release - mortgage; counterpart of release  B/SGR/257-259  29-30 May 1776

Contents:
1. Richard Wyatt, Egham, Sy., esq.
2. Thomas Evance, Chertsey, esq. Messuage at Chilsey Green, Chertsey, Sy., in occ. of Rebecca Evance

Receipt for interest  B/SGR/260  18 Nov 1801

Contents:
1. Blake and White
2. Thomas Evance

Writ of ad quod damnum, and inquisition (copy)  B/SGR/261  25 Mar 1777-1 Apr 1777

Contents:
Thomas Evance, Monks Grove, Sy. Stopping-up of highway, from highway from Chelsey Green to Monks Grove, to highway from Chertsey to St. Ann's Hill, in Chertsey, Sy.

Lease and release - mortgage  B/SGR/262-263  29-30 Dec 1779

Contents:
1. Thomas Evance, Chertsey, Sy., esq.
2. Thomas Lloyd, Gray's Inn, gent. Messuage at Chillsey Green, Chertsey, Sy., in occ. of Rebecca Evance. [Endorsed] 9 Aug. 1783. Assignment of mortgage from 2. to 3. 1. Thomas Evance
2. Thomas Lloyd
3. Henry Barker, Gray's Inn, gent

Lease and release, and assignment of term in trust  B/SGR/264-265  11-12 Sep 1801

Contents:
1. Henry Barker, Gray's Inn, esq.
2. Richard Wyatt, Milton House, Egham, Sy., esq.
3. Thomas Evance, Chertsey, Sy. esq.
4. Henry Lord Montfort
5. Robert Blake, Essex St., Middx., gent (trustee apptd. by 4)
6. Richard White, Essex St., gent (trustee apptd. by 4). Freehold messuage at Chilsey Green, Chertsey, Sy. in occ. of 4. [Monks Grove]

Lease for 1 year  B/SGR/266  4 Jun 1809

Contents:
1. Henry, Lord Montfort; Robert Blake, Essex St., Strand, gent.
2. Charles, Lord Viscount Dillon; William, Lord Grantley; Richard White, Essex St., gent. Freehold messuage and pleasure ground at Chillsey Green, in occ. of 1. [Monks Grove] 6a. freehold, 15a. copyhold and messuage known as Twiners/Twinish, Chilsey Green; 3 pieces (7a. in all) called Barrs, near Purcroft in Chertsey, Sy.

Release - settlement  B/SGR/267  5 Jun 1809

Contents:
1. Henry, Lord Montfort
2. Betty Lady Montford, wife of 1.
3. Robert Blake, Essex St., Strand, gent.
4. Charles, Lord Viscount Dillon; William, Lord Grantley; Richard White, Essex St., gent. Property as in B/SGR/266

Schedule of claim under Chertsey Inclosure Act (copy)  B/SGR/268  13 Sep 1808

Contents:
Lord Montfort. Monks Grove, messuage and land at Chilsey Green, Chertsey, Sy.

Receipt for sale  B/SGR/269  3 Jun 1809

Contents:
1. Commissioners under Chertsey Inclosure Act
2. Henry, Lord Montfort. 7a. 3r. 6p. on Chilsey Green, 1a. 0r. 14 p. nearby, in Chertsey, Sy. Plan

Receipt for sale  B/SGR/270  15 Jun 1809

Contents:
1. Commissioners under Chertsey Inclosure Act
2. Robert Porter, Chertsey, esq. 2r. 29p. on Chilsey Green, Chertsey, Sy. Plan

Extract from Chertsey Inclosure Award  B/SGR/271  29 Nov 1814-29 Nov 1819

Contents:
Robert Porter. 2r. 29p. on Chilsey Green, Chertsey, Sy. Plan

Bond (copy)  B/SGR/272  25 Oct 1809

Contents:
1. Henry, Lord Montfort, Monks Grove, Chertsey
2. Robert Porter, Chertsey, esq. 2r. 29p. on Chilsey Green, Chertsey, Sy. Plan

Lease and release  B/SGR/273-274  24-25 Oct 1809

Contents:
1. Robert Porter, Chertsey, esq.
2. Henry, Lord Montford, Monks Grove, Chertsey, esq. 2r. 29p. on Chilsey Green, Chertsey, Sy. Plan

Appointment - mortgage  B/SGR/275  14 Aug 1810

Contents:
1. Henry, Lord Montfort; Betty, Lady Montfort his wife
2. Thomas Coutts, Strud, Middx. banker. Premises as in B/SGR/266; also 7a. 3r. 6p. and 1a. 0r. 14p. on Chilsey Green, Chertsey, Sy. [Endorsed] 1814 Assignment of mortgage. 1. Thomas Coutts
2. Henry, Lord Montfort; Betty, Lady Montfort
3. William, Lord Grantley; Richard White, Essex St., esq.

Will (probate copy)  B/SGR/276  2 Mar 1737/8 (proved 6 Sep 1739)

Contents:
Joseph Smither, Chertsey, Yeoman. Houses and land near Chilsey Green, Chertsey, Sy.

Will (probate copy)  B/SGR/277  17 Oct 1746 (proved 5 Feb 1746/7)

Contents:
John Smither, Lyne, Chertsey, Sy., yeoman. 2 messuages in Chilsey Green, Chertsey, Sy.

Will (probate copy)  B/SGR/278  31 Oct 1766 (proved 26 Jan 1767)

Contents:
Joseph Smither, Chertsey, Sy. yeoman. Copyhold messuages in Chertsey, in occ. of John Swayn, John Saunders, John Thatcher; freehold messuage at Chilsey Green, in occ. of James Trotter, elder; copyhold messuage at Chilsey Green in occ. of Mrs. Dearle; Chertsey, Sy.

Lease 1 year  B/SGR/279  29 Mar 1770

Contents:
1. Elizabeth Smither, Windsor Castle, Berks, sp.
2. Bartholomew Brumbridge, Chertsey, Sy. grocer; Francis Burt, New Windsor, carpenter. 2 messuages at Chilsey Green, Chertsey, Sy.; in occ. of Martha Gumley, wid.

Release - settlement on marriage of 1 and 2, and duplicate  B/SGR/280-281  30 Mar 1770

Contents:
1. Joseph [...] Cantill, New Windsor, Berks, baker
2. Elizabeth Smither, Windsor Castle, Berks, sp.
3. Bartholomew Brumbridge, Chertsey, Sy. grocer; Francis Burt, New Windsor, Berks., carpenter. 2 messuages at Chilsey Green, Chertsey, Sy.; in occ. of Martha Gumley, wid.

Lease for 10 years  B/SGR/282  18 Aug 1792

Contents:
1. Joseph Cantrell, New Windsor, Berks, baker
2. George Purton, Chertsey, yeom. [2] messuages at Chilsey Green, Chertsey, Sy. in occ. of - Harris and Richard Wheeler

Agreement to convey  B/SGR/283  1 Nov 1792

Contents:
1. Joseph Cantrell, New Windsor, Berks, baker
2. John Brown, Chertsey, Sy., bricklayer. [2] messuages at Chilsey Green, Chertsey, Sy. in occ. of - Harris and Richard Wheeler

Lease and release  B/SGR/284-285  26-27 Dec 1792

Contents:
1. Joseph Cantrell, New Windsor, Berks., baker
2. Elizabeth Bridget Cane, St. Ann's Hill, Chertsey, sp. [2] messuages at Chilsey Green, Chertsey, Sy. in occ. of - Harris and Richard Wheeler

Lease for 1 year  B/SGR/286  1 Feb 1811

Contents:
1. William Burtt, Cove, Yately, Hants., yeom. Elizabeth Bridget Fox, St. Ann's Hill, Chertsey, nee Cane, wid. of Charles James Fox, Secy. of State
2. Henry, Lord Montfort. 2 messuages at Chilsey Green, Chertsey, Sy., formerly in occ. of Richard Harris and Edward Williams, now uninhabited

Will (copy)  B/SGR/287  18 Dec 1770 (proved 8 Jul 1775)

Contents:
Thomas Glaspell, Chertsey, victualler. 3 houses at Steventon End, messuage nr. Steventon Bridge, 1a. and 3r. of land, all in Chertsey, Sy.

Lease and release  B/SGR/288-289  11-12 Jul 1775

Contents:
1. John Smither, Chertsey, yeoman, son and dev. of Joseph Smither, 2.- Glasspell, wid. dev. and ex. of Thomas Classpell, Chertsey, victualler. [Freehold] messuage at Chilsey Green, Chertsey, Sy., in occ. of James Trotter

Lease and release  B/SGR/290-291  23-24 Jun 1784

Contents:
1. Ann Glasspell, Chertsey, Sy., wid.
2. George Purton, the same, victualler. [Freehold] messuage at Chilsey Green, Chertsey, Sy., in occ. of James Trotter

Lease and release  B/SGR/292-293  1-2 Apr 1793

Contents:
1. George Purton, Hardwick, Chertsey, Yeom.
2. Elizabeth Bridget Cane, St. Ann's Hill, Chertsey, sp. Freehold messuage in Chilsey Green, Chertsey, Sy., in occ. of John Godden

Bond  B/SGR/294  2 Apr 1793

Contents:
1. George Purton, Hardwick, Chertsey, Yeom.
2. Elizabeth Bridget Cane, St. Ann's Hill, Chertsey, sp. Freehold messuage in Chilsey Green, Chertsey, Sy., in occ. of John Godden

Lease for 1 year  B/SGR/295  1 Feb 1811

Contents:
1. Elizabeth Bridget Fox, St. Ann's Hill, Chertsey, nee Cane, wid of Charles James Fox, Secy. of State; Richard Glaspell Wokingham, Berks., yeom. son of Thomas Glaspill
2. Henry, Lord Montford. [Freehold] messuage in Chilsey Green, Chertsey, Sy. formerly in occ. of John Godden, now uninhabited

Release  B/SGR/296  2 Feb 1811

Contents:
1. Elizabeth Bridget Fox, St. Ann's Hill, Chertsey, nee Cane, wid of Charles James Fox, Secy. of State
2. William Burtt, Cove, Yately, Hants., yeom.
3. Richard Glaspell, Wokingham, Berks., yeom.
4. Henry, Lord Montfort. 2 messuages at Chilsey Green, Chertsey, Sy., formerly in occ. of Richard Harris and Edward Williams, now uninhabited; Messuage at Chilsey Green, Chertsey, Sy., formerly in occ. of John Godden, now uninhabited

Lease for 1 year  B/SGR/297  17 May 1811

Contents:
1. Henry, Lord Montford
2. Charles, Viscount Dillon; William, Lord Grantley Richard White, Essex St., esq. 2 messuages in occ. of Richard Harris and Edward Williams, 1 messuage in occ. of John Godden at Chilsey Green; 7a. 3r. 6p. at Chilsey Green, Chertsey, Sy., other land as in B/SGR/298

Settlement  B/SGR/298  18 May 1811

Contents:
1. Henry, Lord Montfort Betty, Lady Montfort, his wife
2. Charles, Viscount Dillon; William, Lord Grantley; Richard White, Essex St., esq. Freehold messuage, with pleasure ground at Chilsey Green [Monks Grove]; 6a. freehold, 15a. copyhold and messuage Twiners/Twinersh, at Chilsey; 3 pieces of brook ground (7a. in all) Barrs, nr. Purcroft, Chertsey; 2 pieces land (16a. 1r. 28p.) in occ. of Henry Golding, in Withersfield, Suffolk; 2 messuages in occ. of Richard Harris and Edward Williams, 1 messuage in occ. of John Godden, at Chilsey Green; 7a.3r.6p. and 1a.0r.14p. land at Chilsey Green 1r.pt. of Dimpole Brook; house and ground at S. end of Seymour Pl., St. George, Hanover, Sq. [Westminster] household goods at Monks Grove, Chertsey, Sy., 14 Lower Grosvenor Place and house in Lower Eaton St. [Westminster]. 7 endorsements (1814-1819): 1) [Endorsed] 19 May 1814. Request to sell bank annuities on security of premises. 1. Henry, Lord Montfort
2. Lord Grantley Richard White. Premises in Chertsey Sy., and Seymour Pl. [Westminster]
2) [Endorsed] 20 May 1814. Defeasance. William, Lord Grantley; Richard White Henry, Lord Montford Betty, Lady Montfort. Same premises
3) [Endorsed] 21 May 1814. Appointment. Henry, Lord Montfort Betty, Lady Montfort. Same premises
4) [Endorsed] 2 Jun. 1819. Declaration re sale of bank annuities. William, Lord Grantley, Richard White, Henry, Lord Montfort, Betty, Lady Montfort. Same premises
5) [Endorsed] 24 Aug. 1819. Lease for 1 year. 1. William Lord Grantley; Richard White Henry, Lord Montfort Betty, Lady Montfort
2. William Bowen Challenor, Kingston on Thames, Sy. gent. Freehold premises as in B/SGR/298 18 May 1811.
6) [Endorsed] 25 Aug. 1819. Appointment of 3 and 4 as trustees; release of freehold premises to 5 for conveyance to 3 and 4; assignment of leasehold premises to 5, to assign to Lord Grantley, 3 and 4; agreement for surrender of copyhold lands
1. Henry, Lord Montfort Betty, Lady Montford
2. William, Lord Grantley Richard White
3. John Massy Hutchinson, Middle Temple, Esq.
4. Thomas Baucutt Mash, Stable Yard, St. James, esq.
5. William Bowen Challenor; Kingston on Thames, Sy. gent. Freehold and copyhold land in Chertsey, Sy. leasehold premises in Seymour Place [Westminster]
7) [Endorsed] '7 Aug. 1819. Lease and release. 1. William Bowen Challenor
2. William Lord Grantley, John Masey Hutchinson; Thomas Baucutt Mash. Freehold premises as in deed of 25 August 1819 above

Appointment mortgage  B/SGR/299  20 May 1814

Contents:
1. Henry, Lord Montfort; Betty, Lady Montfort, his wife
2. William, Lord Grantley; Richard White, Essex St., esq. Freehold messuage, pleasure ground at Chilsey Green, Chertsey, Sy. [Monks Grove] 6a. freehold, 15a. copyhold and messuage known as Twiners/Twinersh; 3 pieces (7a. in all) called Barrs, near Purcroft in Chertsey; 2 messuage in occ. of Richard Harris and Edward Williams, messuage in occ. of John Godden, at Chilsey Green; 7a. 3r. 6p. and 1a. 0r. 14p. on Chilsey Green; 1r. of Dimpoles Brooks at Chilsey Green; house and ground at S. end of Seymour Place, St. George, Hanover Sq. Middx., abutting W on park Lane 45' 3", S on Park Lane and yard 106' 1", E on passage 19' 4" N on Seymour Place 38' 10", E on ditto 26'. Now land of Dean and Chapter of Westminster

Lease for 1 year  B/SGR/300  11 Dec 1834

Contents:
1. Henry, Lord Montfort
2. William Beattie, Tenterden St., Middx. doctor of physic. 2r. 29p. on Chilsey Green, Chertsey, Sy.

Appointment and conveyance to trustee  B/SGR/301  12 Dec 1834

Contents:
1. Henry, Lord Montfort; Betty, Lady Montfort
2. William Beattie, Tenterden St., Middx. doctor of physic. Freehold messuage, pleasure ground at Chilsey Green, Chertsey, Sy. [Monks Grove] 6a. freehold, 15a. copyhold and messuage known as Twiner's or Twinersh; 7a. 3r. 6p. and 1a. 0r. 14p. at Chilsey Green; 1r. of Dimpoles Brooks at Chilsey Green; 2r. 29p. on Chilsey Green. [Endorsed] 8 Oct. 1841 Quit claim. 1. Henry, Lord Montfort
2. Betty, Lady Montfort
3. John Massy Hutchinson, Middle Temple, Esq.
4. William Beattie

Conveyance to uses  B/SGR/302  9 Oct 1841

Contents:
1. William Evans, Chilsey Green, Chertsey, Sy. esq.
2. Henry, Lord Montfort
3. Betty, Lady Montfort
4. John Massy Hutchinson, Middle Temple, esq.
5. William Beattie, Tenterden St., Hanover Sq. doctor of physic. 4a. 2r. 0p. at Monks Grove, nr. St. Ann's Hill, Chertsey, Sy., bounded on N by land of 1, E and S by house, etc. of 3, W by land of 1 and road from Chertsey to St. Ann's Hill. Plan

Certificate of acknowledgment by 2 of deed of 8 Oct. 1841 above  B/SGR/303  9 Oct 1841

Contents:
1. James William Farrer, Master in Chancery
2. Betty, Lady Montfort

Covenant to produce deeds  B/SGR/304  9 Oct 1841

Contents:
1. William Evans, Chilsey Green, Chertsey, Sy., esq.
2. Betty, Lady Montfort
3. John Massy Hutchinson, Middle Temple, esq.
4. William Beattie, Tenterden St., Hanover Sq. doctor of physic. 4a. 2r. 0p. at Monks Grove, near St. Ann's Hill, Chertsey, Sy.

Will (copy)  B/SGR/305  22 Aug 1848 (proved 26 Jun 1851)

Contents:
Henry Baron Montfort, Upper Montague St., Portman Sq.

Agreement for purchase  B/SGR/306  14 May 1852

Contents:
1. Bromley Challenor, Abingdon, Berks, gent.
2. William Evans, Twynersh, Chertsey, Sy., esq. Mansion house and grounds "Monks Grove", Chertsey, Sy.

Burial Certificate  B/SGR/307/01  n.d

Contents:
William, Lord Grantley, d. 1822. Wonersh, Sy.

Burial Certificate  B/SGR/307/02  27 Dec 1852

Contents:
Sir Thomas Baucutt Mash, d. 1840. St. Marylebone

Burial Certificate  B/SGR/307/03  16 Dec 1852

Contents:
Elizabeth, Lady Montfort d. 1847. St. Augustine, London

Burial Certificate  B/SGR/307/04  16 Dec 1852

Contents:
John Watts d.1849. St. Augustine, London

Burial Certificate  B/SGR/307/05  20 Dec 1852

Contents:
Henry Bromley, Lord Montfort, Baron Horseheath d. 1851. All Souls Cemetery Kensal Green

Burial Certificate  B/SGR/307/06  2 Jun 1853

Contents:
Jane Watts d. 1853. St. Augustine, London

List of baptisms  B/SGR/308  [1852-3]

Contents:
Hutchinson family. Isleworth, Middx.

List of baptisms and burials  B/SGR/309  [1852-3]

Contents:
Hutchinson family and others. Isleworth, Middx. and elsewhere

Baptism Certificate  B/SGR/310/01  13 Oct 1852

Contents:
John Massy Hutchinson, b.1788, bap.1808. Isleworth, Middx.

Baptism Certificate  B/SGR/310/02  13 Oct 1852

Contents:
George Emanuel Hutchinson, b. 1789, bap.1808. Isleworth, Middx.

Baptism Certificate  B/SGR/310/03  13 Oct 1852

Contents:
William Hutchinson b. 1792, bap.1808. Isleworth, Middx.

Baptism Certificate  B/SGR/310/04  13 Oct 1852

Contents:
Edward Hutchinson b. 1794, bap.1808. Isleworth, Middx.

Baptism Certificate  B/SGR/310/05  13 Oct 1852

Contents:
Richard Hutchinson, b. 1800, bap. 1808. Isleworth, Middx.

Burial Certificate  B/SGR/310/06  17 Dec 1852

Contents:
John Massy Hutchinson, d.1852. Skerton, Lancs

Burial Certificate  B/SGR/310/07  17 Dec 1852

Contents:
William Hutchinson, d.1850. Isleworth, Middx.

Baptism Certificate  B/SGR/310/08  13 Oct 1852

Contents:
Elizabeth Hutchinson, b. 1798, bap.1808. Isleworth, Middx.

Will (office copy)  B/SGR/311  22 Apr 1852 (proved 14 Jun 1852)

Contents:
John Massy Hutchinson, Lime Villa, nr. Lancaster. Farm and lands at Haversham, Bucks; lands, Codrun West and Scrahanard, Co. Cork

Declaration re family  B/SGR/312  8 Feb 1853

Contents:
Elizabeth Hutchinson, Hanover Place, Kew, Sy. sp.

Case for opinion  B/SGR/313  9 May 1853

Contents:
H. Bellenden Ker. Title of Monks Grove Estate, Chertsey, Sy.

Conveyance  B/SGR/314  4 Jun 1853

Contents:
1. William Beattie, Phoenix Lodge, Church St., Chelsea, M.D.
2. Edward Hutchinson, 30 Oakley St., Lambeth, gent.
3. Jane Watts, St. John's Grove, Richmond, Sy. sp.
4. Bromley Challenor, Abingdon, Berks, esq.
5. William Bowen Challenor, St. John's Grove, Richmond, Sy. esq.
6. Mary Challenor, the same, sp.
7. Jane Challenor, the same, sp.
8. Ann, Baroness Montfort
9. William Evans, Chertsey, esq. "Monks Grove" Freehold messuage and pleasure ground at Chilsey Green, Chertsey, Sy.; 7a. 3r. 6p. freehold on Chilsey Green; freehold land, formerly with tenements of Richard Harris, Edward Williams and John Godden; 2r. 20p., 1a. 0r. 7p., 4a. 2r. 0p., freehold land; also 2r. 13 p. copyhold at Chilsey Green Plan

Admission  B/SGR/315  28 May 1828

Contents:
William Evans, Millbank, distiller (on surrender of Thomas Hoade). 9r. ½r. at Chilsey Green, part of Dimple Brooks, Chertsey, Sy.

Will (copy)  B/SGR/316  20 Oct 1803, 30 Jan 1806

Contents:
Matthew Biggs Chertsey, Sy., yeom. Crockford Bridges Farm; land at Handford stones; land at Fordwater in Chertsey Mead, Chertsey, Sy.

Confirmation  B/SGR/317  17 Mar 1813

Contents:
1. Matthew William Biggs, Beddington, Sy. farmer
2. Elizabeth Biggs, the same, sp. 3a. of marshland near Chilsey and Handford stones, Chertsey, Sy. (Manor of Chertsey Beomond)

Lease for 14 years  B/SGR/318  12 Sep 1815

Contents:
1. Elizabeth Biggs, Chertsey, sp.
2. Thomas Ives, Chertsey, surgeon. 3a. of meadow near Hamper Stones Bridge, Chertsey, Sy.

Admission  B/SGR/319  13 May 1818

Contents:
Thomas Ives, Chertsey, Surgeon. 3a. meadow near Chilsey and Handford Stones, Chertsey, Sy. (Manor of Chertsey Beomond)

Receipt for quit rent  B/SGR/320/01  1 Oct 1817

Contents:
1. Samuel Kendall (Manor of Chertsey Beamond)
2. Thomas Ives. 3a. of land near Chilsey and Handford Stones; tenement in High St. [Chertsey, Sy.]

Receipt for quit rent  B/SGR/320/02  1 Oct 1821

Contents:
1. Samuel Kendall (Manor of Chertsey Beamond)
2. Thomas Ives. 3a. of land near Chilsey and Handford Stones; tenement in High St. [Chertsey, Sy.]

Receipt for quit rent  B/SGR/320/03  1 Oct 1824

Contents:
1. Samuel Kendall (Manor of Chertsey Beamond)
2. Thomas Ives. 3a. of land near Chilsey and Handford Stones; tenement in High St. [Chertsey, Sy.]

Admission  B/SGR/321  6 Jun 1827

Contents:
Richard Clark, Cowley House, Chertsey. 3a. of meadow near Chilsey and Hanford Stones, Chertsey, Sy. (Manor of Chertsey Beomond)

Agreement for sale  B/SGR/322  14 Jun 1828

Contents:
1. Richard Clark, Cowley House, Chertsey, esq.
2. William Evans, Chertsey, esq. 3a. copyhold meadow at Handford Stones, Chertsey, Sy.; 6a. Reddings, at Chilsey Green, with allotment

Admission  B/SGR/323  10 Jun 1829

Contents:
William Evans, Millbank, distiller, (on surrender of Richard Clark). 3a. of meadow near Chilsey and Handford stones, Chertsey, Sy. (Manor of Chertsey Beomond)

Receipt for quit rent  B/SGR/324  1 Oct 1827

Contents:
1. Samuel Kendall (Manor of Chertsey Beomond)
2. James Woods. Pt. of Dimple Brooks, [Chertsey, Sy.]

Admission  B/SGR/325  2 Jun 1830

Contents:
William Evans, Millbank, distiller (on conditional surrender of James Woods). 6a. and ¾a. brook land at Handford Stones, Dimple Brooks, Chertsey, Sy., except a small piece (Manor of Chertsey Beomond)

Admission  B/SGR/326  2 Jun 1830

Contents:
William Evans, (on conditional surrender of Thomas Hoade). Outhouse, etc., and messuage, with ½ a meadow, in Dimple Brooks, (2a. in all) on Chilsey Green (except 9r., ½r, otherwise disposed) allotment of waste; Chertsey, Sy. (Manor of Chertsey Beomond)

Surrender  B/SGR/327  29 Sep 1830

Contents:
1. Thomas Hoade, Chilsey Green
2. William Evans, Millbank, distiller. ½a (actually 1a. 2r. 14p.) pt. of 6¾a. brookland at Handford Stones, Dimple Brooks; Chertsey, Sy. (Manor of Chertsey Beomond)

Admission with note of fees  B/SGR/328/01-02  3 Nov 1841

Contents:
William Evans, (on surrender of Lord and Lady Montfort). Copyhold messuage with 15a, Twiners/Twinersh; 1r. Dimple Brooks; 11p. at Chilsey Green, Chertsey, Sy. (Manor of Chertsey Beomond)

Sale particulars  B/SGR/329/01  15 Aug 1848

Contents:
2a. 0r. 14p. freehold building ground at St. Ann's Hill, Chertsey; (Lot 1) 4a. 3r. 36p. meadow in Chertsey Mead (Lot 2), Chertsey Sy. [Endorsed] 14 Dec. 1848. Agreement to sell. 1. Henry Edward Lord Holland
2. John Wells, Chertsey, farmer. Lot 1 above

Note of purchase  B/SGR/329/02  29 Nov 1848

Contents:
1. John Wells on behalf of
2. William Evans. Lot 1 in B/SGR/329(1) above

Draft observations on title  B/SGR/330  28 Aug 1848

Contents:
1. Lord Holland
2. William Evans

Draft replies to answers  B/SGR/331  20 Sep [1848]

Contents:
1. Lord Holland
2. William Evans. Lord Holland's estate

Queries on title and answers  B/SGR/332  [c.1848]

Contents:
Sale by
1. Lord Holland
2. William Evans. Copyhold premises [in Chertsey, Sy.]

Conveyance and covenant to surrender  B/SGR/333  26 Apr 1849

Contents:
1. Henry Edward, Lord Holland
2. William Evans, Chertsey, Sy., esq.
3. Rev. John Jennings, Westminster (trustee). 2a.0r.14p. freehold on Chilsey Green, Chertsey, Sy. 4a.3r.36p. copyhold, in Chertsey Mead, bounded N.W. by R. Thames, E by land allotted to H.M., S by road, W. by land now of Robert Gisling; originally awarded to Elizabeth B. Fox

Power of attorney  B/SGR/334  11 May 1853

Contents:
1. Ann, Baroness Montfort
2. George John Braikenridge, 16 Bartletts Buildings, Solr. 2r. 13p. copyhold at Chilsey Green, Chertsey, Sy.

Admission  B/SGR/335  4 Jun 1853

Contents:
1. Ann, Baroness Montfort
2. William Evans. Premises as in B/SGR/334 (Manor of Chertsey Beomond)

Admission  B/SGR/336  17 Mar 1857

Contents:
Sir William Page Wood; Rev. John Jennings; Robert Brotherson Upton, esq; (trustees of William Evans, decd.). 9r,½r. at Chilsey Green, Dimple Brooks; 3a. meadow near Chilsey and Handford Stones; 6¾ a. brook land at Handford Stones Dimple Brooks; Outhouse and messuage, etc. and meadow adjoining, ½a. in Dimple Brooks (2a. in all), with allotment; messuage, etc. Twiners or Twinersh 1r. in Dimple Brooks; 11p. at Chilsey Green, 4a.3r.36p. in Chertsey Mead; 2r.13p. in Chilsey Green; [all in Chertsey, Sy.]

Enfranchisement  B/SGR/337/01  13 Apr 1857

Contents:
1. James Cuddon, Temple, esq.; Francis Thomas Cuddon, the same
2. Sir William Page Wood; Rev. John Jennings, Rector of St. John, Westminster; Robert Brotherton Upton, Austin Friars, esq. Premises as in B/SGR/336 (Manor of Chertsey Beomond)

Bill for enfranchisement proceedings  B/SGR/337/02  13 Apr 1857

Contents:
1. James Cuddon
2. Devisees of William Evans. Premises as in B/SGR/336 (Manor of Chertsey Beomond)

Abstract of title 1774-1827  B/SGR/338  Aug 1828

Contents:
Richard Clark, esq. 3a. marsh near Chilsey and Handford Stones, Chertsey, Sy. (Manor of Chertsey Beomond)

Abstract of title, 1808-1849  B/SGR/339  [1849]

Contents:
Henry Edward, Lord Holland. 4a. 3r. 36p. copyhold land in Chertsey Mead, Chertsey, Sy.

Abstract of title, 1809-1849  B/SGR/340  [1849]

Contents:
Henry Edward, Lord Holland. 2a.0r.14p. freehold land at Chilsey Green, Chertsey, Sy.

Abstract of title, 1814-1851  B/SGR/341  [1851]

Contents:
Devisees in trust under will of James Cuddon, esq. Manor of Chertsey Beomond in Chertsey, Sy.

Abstract of title, 1772-1851  B/SGR/342  1852

Contents:
Surviving appointees of late Lady Montfort. Freehold messuage, Monks Grove, and other premises in Chertsey, Sy.

Abstract of title (incomplete)  B/SGR/343  1852

Contents:
Surviving appointees of late Lady Montfort. Monks Grove, etc., Chertsey, Sy.

Abstract of title, 1770-1811  B/SGR/344  1852

Contents:
Surviving appointees of late Lady Montfort. 3 cottages (pulled down) of which the sites form pt. of Monks Grove Estate, Chilsey Green, Chertsey, Sy.

Description of copyhold properties, 1823-1853  B/SGR/345  [c.1853]

Contents:
William Evans, Chertsey. [32a.2r.19½p.] of lands at Chilsey Green, Handford Stones and Dimple Brooks, Chertsey, Sy. (Manor of Chertsey Beomond)

Receipt  B/SGR/346  6 May 1822

Contents:
1. Clark and Grazebrook
2. Mr. Evans

Bill for solicitors charges  B/SGR/347/01  Apr 1828-June 1829

Contents:
1. Clark and Grazebrook
2. James Woods (to be delivered to Mr. Evans). [Manor of Chertsey Beomond]

Receipt  B/SGR/347/02  1 Jun 1829

Contents:
1. Durley Grazebrook
2. Mr. Woods and William Evans

Letter  B/SGR/348  5 Mar 1830

Contents:
1. Clark and Grazebrook, to
2. Wm. Evans, Millbank, Westminster. 1r.27p. freehold land [Chertsey, Sy.]

Letter  B/SGR/349  12 Apr 1830

Contents:
1. Durley Grazebrook Chertsey, to
2. William Evans, Millbank, Westminster. Land at Dimple Brooks, Chertsey, Sy.

Memo. of execution of bond to secure annuity  B/SGR/350  4 Oct 1830

Contents:
1. [William Evans]
2. Thomas Hoade

Letter  B/SGR/351  16 May 1833

Contents:
1. Durley Grazebrook to
2. William Evans, Millbank, Westminster

Letter  B/SGR/352  6 May 1841

Contents:
1. Durley Grazebrook, Chertsey to
2. Wm. Evans

Note of purchase money  B/SGR/353  [1852]

Contents:
Land at Chertsey Mead and Chilsey Green [Chertsey, Sy.]

Receipt for search fee  B/SGR/354  5 May 1852

Contents:
1. J. and F. Cuddon
2. H.G. Grazebrook. [Chertsey]

Bill and receipt  B/SGR/355/01-02  Feb-Jun 1853

Contents:
1. J. and F. Cuddon, Stewards of Manor of Chertsey Beomond. Manor of Chertsey Beomond, Chertsey, Sy.

Bill, with receipt  B/SGR/356/01-02  Apr 1852-Dec 1853

Contents:
1. William Evans
2. Henry G. Grazebrook. Monks Grove, Chertsey, Sy.

Letter  B/SGR/357  n.d. [1853]

Contents:
1. Henry G. Grazebrook, Chertsey, to
2. Wm. Evans, esq.

Letter, with copy of another  B/SGR/358  10 Dec 1853

Contents:
1. Henry G. Grazebrook to:-
2. [Wm. Evans]. Monks Grove, Chertsey, Sy.

Bill  B/SGR/359  nd [1853]

Contents:
1. Sarah Rackett, 39 Bell Yard, Temple Bar deed box manufacturer to:-
2. -. Grazebrook

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