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Reference HB
Covering dates 1311-1847
Held by London Metropolitan Archives
Extent 474 files
Source of acquisition These records were bequeathed to London County Council by the late H.A. Harben, esq.
Creators Harben, Henry A, fl 1918

Contents:
This collection consists of deeds and other property records (wills, etc.) relating to London and Middlesex.



EARLY DEEDS  HB/A  [n.d.]

Chirograph Indented. Grant  HB/A/001  5 Ed. II. [1311/12]

Contents:
1. Brother Peter, Prior of the Hospital of St. Katherine next the Tower and the brethren and sisters there.
2. Sir Adam de Chiuenynggis.
Piece of land in the parish of Blessed Mary of 'Newenton extra Barram de Suthwerk' near the land of Robert de Cober.
Witnesses--Sir John Joce, Richard clericus de 'Suthwark,' Roger de Pulter, Henry de Hatton, Nicholas de Anton, John de Hatton, Simon de Bernwell, Walter de Milword, John le Bruer, Nicholas de Stafhurst, William clericus.

Chirograph Indented. Acknowledgment of undertaking by way of Mortgage  HB/A/002  15 Ed. II. [1321/22]

Contents:
1. Gilbert de Balsham, Saddler of London.
2. Adam de Cheueninggis, son of Sir Adam de Cheueninggis. Land at 'Newenton extra Barram de Suthwerk.'
Witnesses--Richard de Langeford, Henry Graspeys, Simon de Bernewell, Thomas le Barber, Henry le Taillur, William called le Melleward, Godfrey Pourte, Henry de Hactone, Ralph clericus.

Grant  HB/A/003  50 Ed. III. [1376/77]

Contents:
1. William de Melton, chaplain.
2. William Boys of County Dorset, Godfrey Chauflour, Adam lady, tailor of London.
Tenement, land etc. in the lane and parish of St. Clement near the street of 'Candelwykstrete' in the ward of 'Lumbardstrete.'
Near the tenements of John Fraunceys and Walter Osekyn, Belonged formerly to William leght and Sarre his wife.
Witnesses--John Chichester, Thomas Clench, Simon Crowe, Thomas atte Barnet, Richard atte Dych.

Grant  HB/A/004  2 Hen. IV. [1400/01]

Contents:
1. Margeria Matchyng, formerly the wife of John Cok.
2. John Depham, and Joseph Wysebech, chaplains.
Tenements and land in the lane and parish of St. Clement near the street of 'Candelwykstrete' in the Ward of 'Lumbardstrete' near tenements formerly of John Fraunceys and Walter Oseykn.
Witnesses--John Fraunceys, Mayor of the city of London. William Inote, John Wakelee, Sheriffs, Godfrey Crook, Alderman of that Ward, John Frankeleyn, Thomas Duke, William lobenham.
Note.--Stow (ed. 1603 p. 520) gives the names of the sheriffs, under the date 1400, as John Wakel and William Ebot.

Inquisition Post Mortem  HB/A/005  9 Hen. VI. [1430/31]

Contents:
Enquiry by John Morys, Robert Hereward, William Terell, William Erbyche, John Twyford, Thomas Frankleyn, Thomas atte Doune, John Rebard, John Lyncolne, John Clerk de Westminster, Robert soyk, etc., on oath as to whether Richard Haukeford held at his death 3 acres of land in 'Holburne' 'extra barram' etc.

DEEDS; 1500-1600  HB/B  [n.d.]

Deed Poll--Release  HB/B/001  34 Hen. VIII. 1543

Contents:
Thomas Hollys of Newstead, Lincolnshire, and Anna his wife to Robert Wood of London.
Tenement in the parish of St. Botulph extra 'Bisshoppesgate' and in the Ward of 'Bisshoppesgate' near 'le hulf Mone' and 'le Crowne.'
No witnesses.

Deed Poll--Recovery  HB/B/002  37 Hen. VIII. [1545/46]

Contents:
William Wodlef and William Gifforde.
Messuage in the parish of St. Nicholas Olave in the ward of 'Quenehithe.'

Deed Poll--Recovery  HB/B/003  3 Eliz. [1560/61]

Contents:
Jacob Dyer, Thomas Fox, Thomas Cobb, William Pagett.
Messuage in the parish of St. Clement Danes 'extra barras novi Templi.'

Indenture of Assignment  HB/B/004  7 Eliz. 1565

Contents:
1. Nicholas Brystowe of Laurence Ayott, Hertford.
2. Arthur Dawbney, Merchant Taylor of London.
Messuage in 'Cordewaynerstreate' in the parish of St. Thomas 'Apostell.'
Witnesses--Peter Baker, Henry Alyson.

Indenture--Feoffment  HB/B/005  37 Eliz. [1594/95]

Contents:
1. Arthur Dawbeney, Merchant Taylor of London.
2. James Collymore, Haberdasher of London.
Messuages in 'Cordwaynerstrete' in the parish of St. Thomas the Apostle.
Witnesses--John Davenant, Thomas Pecke, Thomas Dunne, Thomas Burman.

Deed Poll--Feoffment  HB/B/006  9 Eliz. 1567

Contents:
Thomas Leuerett alias Leuered to Thomas West.
Tenements in 'Whytecrosse Strete alias Whitecrouche strete' in the parish of St. Giles 'extra Crepulgate.'
Witness--Simon Wrenche.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/B/007  11 Eliz. [1568/69]

Contents:
1. George Goldinge of Poslingford, Suffolk.
2. Thomas Langton, merchant taylor of London.
Tenement etc. in Suffolke lane in the parish of 'alhallowes the lesser in Thamysestreate.'
Witness--John Gybon.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/B/008  20 Eliz. [1577/78]

Contents:
1. William Salkyns, merchant taylor of London.
2. Martin Archedale, grocer of London.
Messuages in Suffolke lane in the parish of 'Alhallowes the lesse in Thamistreete.'
Schedule of fixtures attached.
Witness--Ralph Holte.

Deed Poll--Assignment  HB/B/009  22 Eliz. 1580

Contents:
Mighell Blunte of Iver, Bucks and John Beryman, Executors of the late Henry Osmonde to Martyn Archedale.
Messuages in Suffolke lane in the parish of 'Alhallowes the little in Thamistreete.'
Witness--Rauff Holte.

Indenture-Feoffment  HB/B/010  26 Eliz. 1584

Contents:
Martyn Archdale, grocer of London to John Barker of Ipswiche.
Messuages in Suffolke lane in the parish of 'Alhallowes the little in Thames strete.'
Witnesses--William Copland, Thomas' Sexten, Thomas Tayler.

Bond  HB/B/011  21 Eliz. [1578/79]

Contents:
William Salkyns to Martin Archedale.
Witness--Ralph Holte.

Bond  HB/B/012  13 Eliz. [1570/71]

Contents:
Richard Howe of Hertford to John Cranfeld.
Witness--Robert Wood, Thomas Lee, Reginald Busse.

Indenture of Lease  HB/B/013  15 Eliz. 1573

Contents:
1. Richard Bucklande, haberdasher of London.
2. John Louse, 'Cordeweyner' of London.
Piece of ground etc. in the parish of 'St. Gyles without Crepulgate.'
Witness--Richard Forster.

Deed Poll--Assignment  HB/B/014  21 Eliz. 1578

Contents:
Richard Colmore to Robert Garnett.
Messuage called the 'Stomer' in 'Birchinlane' in the parish of 'St. Michell in Cornehill.'
Witness--William Brokbanck.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/B/015  25 Eliz. 1582

Contents:
1. John Garrarde, Haberdasher of London, and Jane his wife.
2. Gyles Crowche, Haberdasher of London.
Messuage called the 'white horse' in the parish of St. Stephens in 'Walbrooke.'
Witness--George Leuatt, public Notary.

Will of John Wood--Probate  HB/B/016  26 Eliz. 1583

Contents:
Messuages called the 'halfe moone,' etc. in the parishes of 'St. Buttolphe withoute Bisshopsgate' and St. Leonard 'Shorditche.'
Executrix--Joane Wood, his mother.
Witnesses--Thomas Wrightson, scrivener, Henry Stacie, Davy Bromefield, Randall Bedwolfe.
Proved--Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1593.

Indenture of Lease  HB/B/017  30 Eliz. 1588

Contents:
1. John Wight draper of London and Thomas Wight, his son.
2. Moyses van Dam of 'St. Buttolphe in Eastsmithefeild.'
Messuages near the 'Newe Rentes' in 'Eastsmithfeild.'
Witnesses--Thomas Flassett, John Wynton.

Indenture of Assignment  HB/B/018  35 Eliz. 1593

Contents:
1. Percyvall Hassall, Skynner of London and William Herriott and Thomas Richardson, Drapers of London.
2. John Porter, Fishmonger of London and William Olyver 'Fremason' of London.
Messuage in the parish of St. Olave in 'Hartestrete' in the ward of 'Algate.'
Mentions William de Lawne.
Witness--William Serche.

Indenture of Mortgage  HB/B/019  37 Eliz. [1594/95]

Contents:
1. William Richardson, Fishmonger of London, Thomas Richardson, his son.
2. Thomas Chamberlayne of 'Greyes Inne' and George Wilkynson of London.
3. Thomas Collyns of London of the parish of Allhallowes in the Wall.
Messuages in Old Change in the parish of St. Nicholas 'Cold Abbye.'
No witnesses.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/B/020  38 Eliz. [1595/96]

Contents:
1. Thomas Fysher and Edward Fysher, Skynners of London of St. Lawrence Lane in the ward of Cheape.
2. Francis Savage of Eldersfield, Worcester.
Messuages and land called the 'Moore,' the 'Hill' etc. in Newent, Gloucestershire.
Witnesses--William Samsoun, scrivener, John Williams.

Will of Richard Maye, writer of the Court Letter.--Probate  HB/B/021  39 Eliz. 1596

Contents:
To be buried in 'St. Michaells in Cornehill.'
Executrix--Ellen Maie his wife.
Witnesses--George Samwell, public notary, William Conradus, Alice Ferris.

Deed Poll--Assignment  HB/B/022  35 Eliz. 1592

Contents:
John Topp of 'Watlingstreate.'
Messuages called the 'Sarazens hedd' and the 'Rambe.' in Watlingstreate
Schedule of Furniture attached.
Witness--Thomas Chapman, Alexander Topp.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/B/023  3 Philip and Mary. [1555/56]

Contents:
1. John Smythe of Little Baddowe, Essex.
2. Richard Turke of London.
Messuages in 'Thamystreate' in the parish of St. Mary at hill near 'Byllingisgate,' and one called the 'Whyte' Lion, near Love Lane.
Witnesses--David Sympson, George Lordinge.

Deed Poll--Feoffment  HB/B/024  19 Eliz. 1577

Contents:
Thomas West to Robert House.
Messuages in 'Whitecrosstrete' in the parish of St. Giles 'extra Crepulgate.'
Witnesses--John White, Richard Lee, Adam Hubberd and others.

Indenture-Marriage Settlement  HB/B/025  19 Eliz. 1577

Contents:
1. Anthony Walker of London.
2. Thomas Payne of 'Lyncolnes Inne.'
Manor of Garton, Yorkshire, Messuage called Palenswick in Middlesex, lands in Braynford, Fulham, Bedford, Twickenham, Isleworth etc. Messuages in Cheapside called 'the daggers' in St. Clement Danes, the 'Swanne' without Bishopsgate, messuages in Basing lane and on 'Snorehill,' etc.
Witnesses--John Dalton, William Payne, Ro. Tias, Hughe Base.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/B/026  3 Ed. VI. [1549/50]

Contents:
1. John Hethe, Cowper of London.
2. Gylbert Dethyck of London, 'Norry kyng of Armes.'
Messuage in the parish of St. 'Gabriell Fanchurche.'
Witness--Christopher Galmor.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/B/027  19 Eliz. [1576/77]

Contents:
1. John Allyn, Draper of London.
2. Sir William Allyn, Alderman of London.
Messuage etc. in the parish of St. 'Gabriell Fanchurche.'
Witnesses--John Lowey, Thomas Wyke, Roger Grigson.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/B/028  6 Eliz. [456/64]

Contents:
1. Charles Goddard of 'Shordiche.'
2. Thomas Wever of London.
Messuage in 'Halywell strete' in St. Leonard' Shordiche,' and the 'Tenter yarde' in 'Stebunhuthe' (Stepney).
Witnesses--Ralph Holte, Wm. Onslow.

Deed Poll--Release  HB/B/029  33 Eliz. 1591

Contents:
Arnolde Lowbery to Thomas Wight.
Messuages in 'Eastsmythfeilde' in the parish of St.' Botulphe' without Aldgate in 'Pillorie lane' near the 'hartes horne.'
Witnesses--Robert Androwe, Roger Stratton.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/B/030  36 Hen. VIII. [1544/45]

Contents:
1. Thomas Richardes, merchant Taylor of London.
2. Anne Wilkynson of St. Clement Danes without Temple 'barr.'
Tenement in St. Clement Danes parish.
No witnesses.

Deed Poll--Assignment  HB/B/031  3 & 4 P. & M. 1556

Contents:
John Elyott, mercer of London and Sigismund Broke to William Truslove.
Messuages in 'Panyar' alley in the parish of St. Michael 'at Querne,' at one time the property of the Savoy Hospital.
Witnesses--John Ayelward, John Mill, R. Edward.

Will of Symon Rowe of Fynchley--Probate  HB/B/032  33 Eliz. 1590

Contents:
Messuages etc. in 'Fyncheley' and Totteridge and Wanstead.
Executrix--Anne Rowe his wife.
Witnesses--Sirach Rose, John Dorchester, John Smith alias Spicer, Daniel Lewes, scrivener.
Proved 1593.

Indenture of Assignment  HB/B/033  10 Eliz. [1567/68]

Contents:
1. Symon Skydmore, goldsmith of London.
2. William Gooddolphyn.
Messuages etc. in Fynchley.
Witnesses--Christopher Corey, Ant. Bonde.

Indenture of Assignment  HB/B/034  11 Eliz. 1569

Contents:
1. Richard Yonge of London.
2. Robert Brandon, goldsmith of London.
Land etc. in St. George's Southwark in 'Kentishe' Street, in Peckham fields, Camberwell.
Witnesses--Edmond Brashey, Wilfrid Lewty.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/B/035  9 Eliz. [1566/67]

Contents:
1. William Rayner, Skynner of London.
2. Humfrey Fairefax, Grocer of London.
Messuage of Monckenfrith in 'Est Barnet.'
Witness--John Orphins.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/B/036  39 Eliz. 1597

Contents:
1. Arthur Needham, draper of London.
2. John Glover, baker of London.
Messuages at 'Stratfourthe at Bowe' in the parish of St. Leonard, Bromley.
Witnesses--John Mayle, William Mathew, Richard Syratt.

A Terrier of the Lands of Somertons  HB/B/037  1587

Contents:
In the town of Kinton in the parish of 'Sonbery' belonging to St. Thomas' Hospital.
Made by Christopher Saxton.

Indenture of Lease  HB/B/038  36 Eliz. [1593/94]

Contents:
1. Nicholas Thorpe of Wandswell, Gloucester and Anthonie Thorpe his son.
2. Walter Erlewyn of Charleton alias Chertington, Middlesex.
Manor etc. of Chertington, otherwise called Charleton, and Shepperton meadowe.
Witnesses--John Addies, Nicholas Thorpe, Evan Phillips, John Sandes, John Boulton, etc.

Deed Poll--Revocation of Uses  HB/B/039  7 Eliz. [1596/97]

Contents:
Sir John Mason.
Manor etc. of Charleton.
Witnesses--Robert Parmenter, S. Purdey.

DEEDS; 1600-1700  HB/C  [n.d.]

Indenture of Release  HB/C/001  22 Chas. II. 1670

Contents:
1. John Billedge of Edmonton.
2. Ralph Tasker of 'Whitcross' Street, London.
3. Thomas Whittle of London and John Fox of Furnivalls Inne, Holborne.'
Messuages in Noble Street in the parish of St. Anne and St. Agnes Within Aldersgate.
Mentions Wm. Beversham, Master in Chancery.
Witnesses--Joshua Gallarde, Henry Lawson, Francis Eyton, Tho. Doyhurst.

Indenture of Fine  HB/C/002  2 Chas. I.1626

Contents:
1. Thomas Dente of London and Elizabeth his wife.
2. Benjamin Henshaw of London.
Messuage called the 'Bunhill' in 'Hounsdiche' in the parish of St. 'Buttolphe' without Aldgate.
Mentions Isaack Symes, Mr. Hud, inhabitants of 'Hounsdiche.'
Witnesses--John Waren and Thos. Waren.

Indenture of Fine  HB/C/003  1655

Contents:
1. William Martyn of Westminster.
2. William Rutland and William King of London.
3. John Cooke.
Messuages near the west end of Lamb Alley, Saffron Hill in the parish of St. Andrew in 'Holborne.'
Witnesses--John Hare and Dick Hare.

Indenture of Release  HB/C/004  22 Chas. II.1670

Contents:
1. Thomas Mosse of London.
2. Bartholomew Canham of St. Edmondsbury.
Messuages in Cateaton Street in the parish of St. Lawrence. Old Jewry.
Witnesses--Thomas Cowles and John Lloyd.

Deed Poll  HB/C/005  4 Chas. I. 1628

Contents:
Theophila Sympers of the parish of St. George the 'Martir' in Southwark widowe, late wife of John Sympers.
Messuages on the west side of the high 'streete' of Southwark in the same parish, near the Greyhound 'Inne.'
Mentions also Ezechias Le Roy alias King of the parish of 'St. Buttolph without Algate.'
Witnesses--Richard Gardner and Richard Cattle.

Indenture--Post-Nuptial Settlement  HB/C/006  33 Chas. II. [1681/82]

Contents:
1. Anthony Christopher of London and Daniel Christopher of the parish of St. Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey.
2. Elizabeth Herring of the parish of St. 'Buttolph' without Aldgate, widow, and John Enderby of London.
Eight messuages in 'Angell' Alley, Little 'Morefeilds' in the parish of St. Giles without Cripplegate.
Witnesses--Edward Baker, Thomas Avery, Richard Cathers, -- Enderby.

Indenture--Feoffment  HB/C/007  1655


Related information: See also HB/C/031, 046, 058, 103, 106, 115, 132, 147

Contents:
1. Samuel Cock of London and Martha his wife, daughter of Henry Harwood.
2. John Washington of London and Margaret his wife, daughter of Henry Harwood.
3. James Beck and George Almery of London.
Two messuages in the parish of St. Brides, alias 'Bridgett,' one on Ludgate Hill 'nere Fleete' Bridge, known as the 'Still' and the other 'acre Fleete' Bridge, the 'three guilded keyes.'
Witnesses--Bownes, Thos, Cantrell.

Indenture--Confirmation  HB/C/008  32 Chas. II. 1680

Contents:
1. Nathaniell White of London and Ursula his wife.
2. Thomas Partridge and Mary his wife.
Messuage in parish of St. 'Ethelburgh necre' to London Wall.
Witnesses--George Hubbard, John Johnson, Joseph Cooke, And, Haynes.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/C/009  1658

Contents:
1. Charles Jacobson of London.
2. Nicholas Corhellis of London and Abraham Corhellis of the parish of St. 'Buttolph, Algate.'
Messuage called the 'Plow' in the parish of St. Clement Danes without 'Templebarre.'
Witness--Charles Juyle, James Adames, John Harrison.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/C/010  19 Jas. 1. 1621

Contents:
1. Robert Fulnetby of the Middle Temple.
2. Thomas Renolds of high 'Holborne,' John Aleworth of the Inner Temple, and William Payne of Norwich.
Rectory of St. 'Buttolphes without Algate.'
Witnesses--Thomas Gotts, John Waite, John Sayer, Hen. Manly.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/C/011  32 Chas. II. 1680

Contents:
1. John Pollexfen of London and Henry Pollexfen of the Inner Temple, and Edmund Pollexfen of Devon.
2. William Robinson of Cheston, Herts, and Andrew Barker of Gloucestershire.
Wharfe in the parish of St. Andrews Wardrobe and 'St. Bennetts, Pauls Wharfe.' Near party wall near Baynards Castle.
Witnesses--Mart. Ryder, Ja. Hawkins, Theo. Eyton, Caren Weedon, Oliver Ainge, John Bourcher.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/C/012  1 Jas. II. 1685

Contents:
1. John Terry of London.
2. John Hibbert, William Ashhurst and John Wilcox of London.
Messuages, the Rose and Crown in St. Martin's street near Aldersgate alias 'Aldrichgate' in the parish of St. Ann and Agnes in the Ward of Aldersgate, and another in St. Anne's lane.
Witnesses--Christopher Lambert, John Bellamy, Samuel Briggs.

Indenture of Feoffment  HB/C/013  24 Chas. I. 1648

Contents:
1. Robert Osbolston of London.
2. William Allott of London.
Messuages in 'Candleweek' Street and Bell Alley in the parish of St. Mary Abchurch.
Witnesses--Geo. Ingram, Ric. Preice, Ferdinando Cantler(?)

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/C/014  8 Jas. I. 1610

Contents:
1. Anthonie Gamage of 'Lincolnes Inne' and Anthonie Browne of 'Kingstone upon Thamys.'
2. William Crose of London.
3. Robert Cooper of London.
Messuages in 'Grubstreate' in the parish of St. 'Gyles without Creplegate.'
Witnesses--Thomas Bradford, Hughe Stafford.

Indenture--Assignment of Lease  HB/C/015  1654

Contents:
1. William Geary son of John Geary of the parish of St. Martin in the Fields.
William Shelton of St. Paul Covent Garden.
Plot of ground in Bedfordbury, parcel of Covent Garden.
Witnesses--Nicholas Bray, George Carleton.

Marriage Settlement  HB/C/016  4 Jas. II. 1688

Contents:
1. John Lockey of Albrough Hatch, Essex.
2. Margaret Edwards of the parish of St. Bride's alias 'Bridgetts' and Thomas Edwards of St. Clement Danes.
Witnesses--Richard Edwards, Silv. Petyt, Richard Hohn, Robert Warburton.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/C/017  25 Chas. II. 1672

Contents:
1. Roger Sayer of London.
2. Jeremy Sambrooke of London.
Messuages, Gerrards Hall and messuages cast and west of the Gateway leading out of 'Bazing' Lane into Gerrards Hall in the parish of St. Mildred in 'Breadstreete.' Plan attached.
Witnesses--John Midgley, Thos. Gilbert, John Dakins, William Tatersall.

Assignment of Lease  HB/C/018  31 Chas. II. 1679

Contents:
1. John Woodward of London and Christian his wife. Edward Winston and Thomas Bell.
2. George Dansie of London.
Messuage called the 'Redcrosse' in Barbican at the end of 'Redcrosse Streete' in the parish of St. Giles without 'Criplegate,' etc.
Witnesses--Ri. Bacon, and Wm. Maurice.

Will of Anthony Whitwell, Salter of London  HB/C/019  27 Chas. II. 1675

Contents:
Mentions Thomas Bossett.
Executors--Richard and Andrew Kenrick.
Witnesses--Ra. Tripplett, Augustine Ballow.

Will of Margaret Smith--Probate  HB/C/020  1681

Contents:
Bequests to William and Elizabeth Hutchinson, Mary Roper, Ric. Allibond of Grays Inn, Sir Isaack Gibson, Sir Thomas Allen, etc.
Executors--Richard Allibond, Andrew Bonnell and Thomas Crawley.
Witnesses--Edward Bagnall, George Aldwell, Ant. Le Grand.

Marriage Settlement  HB/C/021  11 Wm. III. 1699

Contents:
1. Stephen Jermyn of London and Mary his daughter.
2. Henry Wolstenholme of London.
3. Sir John Wolstenholme of St. James' Westminster, Thomas Andrewes of London, Nathaniel Lacey and Humphrey Primate the Younger.
Mentions Mary Hobby.
Witnesses--Thos. Gilbert, Jn. Wyberd, Edwd. Gilbert.

Indenture of Release  HB/C/022  13 Chas. II. 1661

Contents:
1. William Gill of London, son of Robert Gill of the Liberty of the Tower.
2. Marke Mortimer of London.
Messuages in Old Change in the parish of St. Mary 'Maudline.'
Witnesses--Peter Mortimer, John Matthew, John Woolston, Robert Woolston.

Indenture of Lease (Counterpart)  HB/C/023  24 Chas. I. 1648

Contents:
1. Richard Bovingdon of London.
2. John Driver and Ailse his wife.
Parcel of ground in a 'course' near the 'Sunn Cart and Horses' in 'Oldstreate' in the parish of St. 'Gyles without Creplegate.'
Witnesses--James Gray, Thomas Sturges and Richard Wilkinson.

Indenture of Release  HB/C/024  29 Chas. II. 1677

Contents:
1. The Master and four Wardens of the fraternity of the Art or Mistery of the Haberdashers.
2. Theophilus Dorrington of London.
Messuage in Sherborne Lane in the parish of St. Mary Wolnoth.
Mentions also Edward Rolfe, John Hylman, occupying property there.
(The Deed appears never to have been executed and but little of the seal remains.)

Deed Poll  HB/C/025  29 Chas. II. 1677

Contents:
Receipt by the Master and Wardens as above. (This also was never apparently executed.)

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/C/026  35 Chas. II. 1683

Contents:
1. John Smith of London.
2. John Cullum of London.
Rent of tenement in Aldermary.
Mentions also Francis Lord Hawley, Sir Charles Harbord, Sir Wm. Hayward, Sir John Talbot.
Witnesses--Wm. Millett, Ben. Mason, Ric. Blancy.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/C/027  1651

Contents:
1. John Brinsden of London and Thomas Tomsson of London.
2. John Austen of 'Lincolnes Inne.'
Messuage known as the 'red Lyon' in the parish of St. Dunstan in the west in 'Fleete streete.'
Mentions Sir John Wollaston, Robert Titchborne, Thomas Noell, William Hobson.
Witnesses--Fra. Mosse, Hen. Mosse, Edw. Poultney.

Bond  HB/C/028  16 Chas. II. 1664

Contents:
1. John Cocke of London and Ric. Pixley of Aldermanbury.
2. John Cartwright of Aynho, Northampton.
Mentions Peter Royle of the parish of St. Dunstan in the west.
Witnesses--Ric. Kilbye, Fra. Blower, Phil. Boucher.

Indenture of Partition  HB/C/029  3 Jas. I. 1605

Contents:
1. John Medley, John Webb, and Richard Leuesey of London.
2. Thomas Richardson of London.
Messuages in old Change in the parishes of St. Nicholas 'Colde Abbey alias Coulden Abbey,' and St. 'Marye Magdelin alias Mawdelin 'neare old 'Fishstreete' in the ward of 'Breadstreete.'
Witnesses--Thomas Collyns, John Wade, Christopher Goodfellowe.

Indenture of Lease  HB/C/030  1652

Contents:
1. John Walter of London.
2. William Wall of London.
Messuage in 'Fleete Streete' in the parish of St. 'Bridgett otherwise Brides.
Mentions also Joseph Woodgate, [...] former tenant.
List of fixtures etc. attached.
Witnesses--Raphe Sheppard, Geo. Juice (?).

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/C/031  21 Chas. II. 1669


Related information: See also HB/C/007

Contents:
1. Elizabeth Antrobus, John Eaton and Joseph Antrobus of London.
2. John Floyd of London.
Portion of Plot of land on which the 'Still' and the 'Three guilded keys' stood, in or near 'Fleete' bridge, in the parish of St. Bridget* alias Brides, burnt down in the Fire of London.
Mentions also Peter Emry, George Appletree, former occupiers.
Witnesses--Will. Blennerhaysett, Richard Smithsby, John Wheatley, George Cobb, Tho. Martin.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/C/032  1651

Contents:
1. Thomas Arnold and Mary his wife of London.
2. William Walker of London.
Messuages in 'Bishopsgatestreete' within the 'Suburbes' of the 'Citty' of London.
Mentions also John, Robert and Gillam Newland of Newington, William Marshall of St. Giles without Cripplegate, William Hobby, former owners.
Witnesses--John Worrell, John Tey, John Hopper.

Indenture of Lease (Counterpart)  HB/C/033  21 Chas. II. 1669

Contents:
1. William Williams, Merchant Taylor of London.
2. John Rowley, Skinner of London.
Messuage in Gulstons Court, Creed Lane in the parish of St. Martins Ludgate.
Mentions Sir Robert and Dame Frances Atkins.
Witnesses--Thomas Langhorne, Bernard Smithson, John Richardson.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/C/034  3 Jas. II. 1687

Contents:
1. John Floyd of London.
2. Enoch Floyd his son.
Messuage near Fleet bridge in the parish of St. Bride alias 'Bridgett' in the High street.
Witnesses--Thomas Holmes, -- Boutingdike, John Arderne.

Deed Poll--Release  HB/C/035  15 Jas. I. 1617

Contents:
Henry Swinglehurste to Anthony Jupp.
Messuage in 'little Woodstreate' in the parish of St. Alban.
Witnesses--Thomas Baker, John Bentley Junior.

Indenture of Release  HB/C/036  26 Chas. II. 1674

Contents:
1. Marke Mortimer of London and Abigail his wife.
2. Joseph Lem, Tyler and Bricklayer of London.
Plot of ground in Suffolke Lane near the 'Merchaunt' Tailors 'Schoole' in the parish of 'Allhallowes the lesse.'
Mentions Henry Shory, Lorimer of London.
Witnesses--Ric. Hare, Ben. Hare, Hen. Collins, Ben. Lincolne, John Pollicott.

Indenture of Lease (Counterpart)  HB/C/037  12 Chas. I. 1636

Contents:
1. Thomas Barber, Mercer of London and Judith his wife.
2. John Corcham, butcher of London and Mary his wife, and John Mountford, pewterer of London and Mary his wife.
3. Thomas Bosworth, Founder, of London.
Messuage in 'Grasse streete," alias 'Gracechurchstreete' in the parish of St. Peter upon 'Cornehill' in the Ward of Bishopsgate.
Mentions also Richard Blowfeild, Edmund Tooley.
Witnesses--Joseph James, Chr. Townsend.

Indenture--Marriage Settlement  HB/C/038  4 Jas. II. 1688

Contents:
1. Thomas Cox, Barber Chirurgeon of London.
2. Dame Martha Broke, formerly wife of Christopher Thomlinson decd. and now wife of Sir Robert Broke of Nacton Hall, Suffolk and John Playdell of Doctors' Commons.
3. Charles Cox, Brewer of London and Martha Thomlinson.
Messuage called the Bridgehouse Brewhouse in the parish of St. Olaves Southwark and 2 closes near St. Thomas. Waterings in Surrey, and a garden in the Gate called 'Eglin's Gate' in the parish of St. Olaves Southwark.
Witnesses--Robert Hill, -- Bates, Ben. Bradley.

Indenture of Lease--Assignment Endorsed  HB/C/039  1659

Contents:
1. Sarah Doddinge, relict of George Doddinge of Sonished, Lancaster.
2. Gabriell Sedgewick.
Messuage or tenement called the 'black beard' in Chancery Lane in the parish of St. Dunstans in the West.
Mentions Bell yard.
Witnesses--Thomas Shawe, Roger Woodborne, Clement Bigge.

Indenture--Post Nuptial Settlement  HB/C/040  44 Eliz. [1601/02]

Contents:
1. Myles Dodding the elder of Conishead.
2. Christopher Davylle of 'Cockswolde,' in the county of York.
Messuages in 'Chauncerie Lane' in parish of St. 'Dunstons' in the west.
Witnesses -- Robert Brigge, Robert Doddinge, Henry Doddinge, etc.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/C/041  3 Wm. & Mary 1691

Contents:
1. Richard Dakins, Grocer, John Dakins and Thomas Gilbert, Clothworker of London.
2. William Laughton, Grocer of London.
Messuage and plot of ground in Dolphin Court, Noble Street in the parish of St. Anne and Agnes within Aldersgate.
Mentions Thomas, Stephen and Elizabeth Hamms former owners.
Witnesses--Thomas Gouge, John Laughton, C. .. . Sherwell, James Wheeler, Chas. Jenkinson.

Bond  HB/C/042  Chas. II. 1660

Contents:
Joseph Drew, Dyer of London to John Knott.
Witnesses--Willm. Slybed, William Jues, Jun., etc.

Bond  HB/C/043  9 Wm. III. 1697

Contents:
Elizabeth Westerne and William Rivett to Robert Peirson of London.
Witnesses--Willm. Besley, -- Kitson.

Bond  HB/C/044  24 Chas. I. 1648

Contents:
Thomas Kyghley, Bridget Kyghley, Margaret Kyghley and Elizabeth Kyghley to John Bentall.
Witnesses--William Daines, Hum. Carter, etc.

Release to Executors  HB/C/045  21 Chas. II. 1669

Contents:
1. John Micklethwaite, doctor of Phisick, Henry Ashurst of London, Thomas Gillibrand, Salter of London, John Rolfe, Goldsmith of London, Isaac and Samuel Antrobus of Knothford, Chester.
2. John Eaton, vintner and Joseph Antrobus, haberdasher of London.
Two houses near 'Fleete' Bridge.
Witnesses--John Wheatley, scrivener, Mich. Bignall.

Indenture--Feoffment  HB/C/046  1653

Contents:
1. George Antrobus, Merchantaylor of London.
2. Elizabeth Antrobus of London.
Messuages near 'Fleete' Bridge in the parish of St. Brides, alias 'Bridgitts' known as the 'three golden keies' and 'the looking glasse.'
Mentions also George Appletree, Leatherseller, Peter Emery, tenants.
Witnesses--Ro. Sewell, James Etheredge.

Indenture of Release  HB/C/047  34 Chas. II. 1682

Contents:
1. Sir Jeremy Sambrooke.
2. William Durham, rector of St. Mildred, Bread Street.
3. John Crispe, Giles Long, Salters, Richard Rose, Robert Knight, Richard Johnson, Samuell Harwar, Nathaniell Lacey, Grocers., Thomas Hall, Innholder, William Barnes, Distiller, John Purdue, Salter, Anthony Harward, draper, Thomas Binion, cooper, William Bradford junior, merchant taylor, Matthew Roberts, 'plummer' of London, parishioners of St. Mildred, [...] Bre Street.
Piece of ground adjoining the plot on which the said church stood before the Fire of London.
Witnesses--John Midgley, scrivener, Thomas Cason.

Indenture of Lease  HB/C/048  20 Jas. I. 1622

Contents:
1. John Medley, 'Gouldsmith' of London.
2. Roger Drury, 'Merchauntailor' of London.
Messuage known as 'the Beads' in the parish of St. Nicholas 'Coldabbey' in or near 'ould Fish streete.'
Mentions Wm. Halsey, tenant.
Witness--Henry Wakyann.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/C/049  35 Chas. II. 1683

Contents:
1. Edward Arlibeare and John Arlibeare of London.
2. Thomas Hurdwick of London.
Pieces of ground near Wapping Wall in the parish of St. Paul's Shadwell.
Mentions Swan Tavern and 'Newgravell' Lane.
Mentions Sir Edward Ford and Thomas Gardiner etc., tenants.
Witnesses--Thomas Abdy, Rich. Porser, John Parker.

Indenture of Lease  HB/C/050  43 Eliz. [1600/01]

Contents:
1. Anne Nashe, widow.
2. Edward Hynde, 'Marchaunttaylor' of London.
Messuage on Lambert hill in the parish of Saint Mary 'Magdalyn near olde fyshstreete.'
Witnesses--James Barnett, Robert Andrewes.

Indenture of Lease (Counterpart)  HB/C/051  9 Wm. III. 1697

Contents:
1. Marriott Pett of York.
2. Richard Brooke of London, Cordwainer.
Piece of ground in Grace Church Street, in the parish of 'Allhallowes Lumbard' Street.
Mentions also John Bower.
List of fixtures attached.
Witnesses--Will Jessop, Thomas Yeats.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/C/052  24 Chas. II. 1672

Contents:
1. Daniell Androwes the Elder of London and Daniell Androwes the younger.
2. Henry Mildmay of Graces, Essex and John Eldred of Earles Colne Essex.
Messuages and land in 'Walbrooke' in the parish of St. Stephen 'Walbrooke' near the parsonage house of St. Stephen 'Walbrooke.'
Mentions Bond or Bonds Court.
Witnesses--Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Toke, Thomas Garrard, Thomas Abraham.

Indenture of Recovery  HB/C/053  1 Chas. I. 1625

Contents:
1. John Busbye and Mary his wife of London.
2. Peter Porter and Matthew Nowell.
'Paule's Courte' near 'Huggyn' Lane in the parish of St. Michael in 'Woodstreate' and messuages, etc., adjoining. Also a garden etc., in 'Grubstrete' in the parish of St. Giles without 'Creplegate.'
Mentions also George Smythe, former owner.
Witnesses--Tho. Allanson, -- Stutevile, John Smethwick, Richard Dod, Richard Cawsatt (?).

Bond  HB/C/054  11 Jas. I

Contents:
Henry Harris to Ralph Pynder.
Witnesses--John Stone, Chr. Wood, W. Harvy.

Declaration of Uses in Fine and Recovery  HB/C/055  8 Jas. I. 1610

Contents:
1. William Owffe, Fletcher of London and Robert Cooper, Skinner of London.
2. Euseby Wrighte of 'Lincolnes' Inn.
Messuages in 'Grubstreate' in the parish of St. 'Gyles without Creplegate.'
Mentions also Anthonie Gamage of Lincolns Inn, Anthonie Browne of Kingston upon Thames.
Witnesses--Anth. Gamage, Thomas Bradford.

Marriage Settlement  HB/C/056  4 Jas. II. 1688

Contents:
1. Anne Hill.
2. Charles Cole and John Egleton.
3. William Snellinge.
Messuages in the parishes of St. Martin's, fronmonger Lane and St. Margaret's Lothbury, and St. Peter 'the poore' in Broad Street.
Witnesses--Joseph Powell, Edw. Colman, Robt. Colman, John Clarke.

Will of Nathan Wright, Skinner, Cranham Hall, Essex. Probate  HB/C/057  1658

Contents:
House in parish of St. Olave Hart Street.
Executors--Francis Drake, Robert Burdett, John Wolfris, and Benjamin Wright.
Witnesses--Tho. Pennant, John Wills, Richard Wyse.

Indenture of Lease  HB/C/058  9 Wm. III. 1697

Contents:
Mortgage dated 1702 endorsed on the deed.
1. Enoch Floyd of London.
2. Abraham Chitty of London.
Pieces of ground on which stood messuages called 'The Still,' and 'the three guilded Keyes,' and the 'Still Saddle,' burnt down in the Fire of London, near Fleetbridge in the parish of St. 'Bridgett' alias Brides and on Ludgate Hill near Fleetstreet.
Mentions also Peter Emery, George Appletree, Henry Clare, Anne Lidyard.
Witnesses--Thomas Stansatt, Matt. Chitty, Tho. Sheppard.

Indenture of Lease  HB/C/059  23 Chas. II. 1671

Contents:
1. Master and four Wardens of the Haberdashers Co.
2. Theophilus Dorrington.
Messuages in Sherborne Lane and Ball Alley in parish of St. Mary Wolnoth.
Mentions Haberdashers Hall in 'Mayden lane' near Woodstreet.
Signed--Anthony Dowse, Alex Hatchett, Hugh Radclyffe, Rand. Isaacson.
No witnesses.

Marriage Settlement  HB/C/060  11 Chas. I. 1635

Contents:
1. Edmond Wright, Richard Gurnard, John Cordell, Aldermen of London and Elizabeth Carter.
2. William Sheppard of Oxford University.
3. William Bateman, Richard Middleton and Robert Angell, Grocers, Richard Bateman, Skinner; and Thomas Newman, Draper of London.
Witnesses--Robert Bateman, Ralphe Lathum, Richard Bull, John Wood, Andrew Middleton, Willm. Bailey.

Power of Attorney  HB/C/061  30 Chas. II. 1678

Contents:
1. Francis Vanacker of London.
2. Edward Keling, Fishmonger of London and Anne Walter.
Pieces of land in 'Cold harbor' in the parish of 'Alhallows the lease in Thames streete.'
Mentions Nicholas Juxon and John Juxon, Salters of London, etc.
Witnesses--Thos. Walter, Matth. Tomlinson.

Feoffment  HB/C/062  5 Chas. I. [1629/30]

Contents:
1. John Medley, Goldsmith of London.
2. Robert Tubart of St. George's Southwark.
Messuage called 'the Beades' in the parish of St. Nicholas 'Couldeabbey' in or near 'ould Fishstreete.'
Mentions William Halsey, fishmonger.
Witnesses--Edward Wollyn, John Dauies, Edward Coreneye.

Declaration of Trust  HB/C/063  21 Chas. II. 1669

Contents:
John Buckworth and William Rawstorne of London.
Witnesses--John Congreve, Ann Lucy, Paul Chissold, Tho. Poore, John Davenport, Chas. Parker.
Receipts endorsed on the Deed.

Indenture of Lease (Counterpart)  HB/C/064  22 Chas. II. 1670

Contents:
1. Edward Gould, Haberdasher of London.
2. Thomas Bates, Haberdasher of London.
Pieces of ground on or near 'Breadstreete' Hill in the parish of St. Nicholas Olave. Plan attached.
Witnesses--Ro (?) Blayney, Cul. Needler.

Indenture of Lease  HB/C/065  28 Chas. II. 1676

Contents:
1. William Peirce or Perce, Barber Chirurgion of London.
2. Thomas Long, 'Merchantaylor' of London.
Messuages in or near Charterhouse in the parish of St. Sepulchres without Newgate.
Mentions also William Deane.
Witnesses-- -- Skegness, Godfrey Woodward, -- Heriott.

Indenture of Lease  HB/C/066  21 Chas. II. 1669

Contents:
1. Nicholas Orton of London.
2. Robert Carter, 'Inholder' of London.
Messuages called 'the Pepper Querne' and the 'white Lyon' in 'gratious' alias Gracechurch 'streete' near 'Leaden Hall gate' in the parish of St. Peter upon 'Cornchill' in the ward of Bishopsgate.
Witnesses-- Tho. Hastings, Hump. Bowyer, Hen. Burman, Sam. Draper.

Feoffment  HB/C/067  30 Chas. II. 1678

Contents:
1. Sarah Kirke daughter of Thomas Kirke and granddaughter of John Delabarr.
2. John Riches of London.
Messuage in St. Laurence 'Poultneys' lane in parishes of St. Martin 'Organ' or Orgar and St. Laurence 'Poultneyes lane.'
Mentions also Anthony Throckmorton.
Witnesses--Willm. Braxton, scr., John Penny, Thomas Carr.

Release of Recognizances upon Conditions  HB/C/068  20 Chas. I. 1644

Contents:
William Sherrington, Fishmonger of London and Richard Norton, Fishmonger of London.
Mentions the latter's house in 'Cornehill' in the parish of 'St. Michaell in Cornehill.'
Mentions also Sir Thomas Soame, Mayor of the Staple, and John Glin, Recorder of London.
No witnesses.

Release of Recognizances upon Conditions  HB/C/069  9 Jas. I. 1611

Contents:
Frances Haddon, Goldsmith and William Draper, Haberdasher of London.
Witnesses-- -- Woodward, -- Davis, John Winterborn.

Feoffment  HB/C/070  13 Jas. I. 1615

Contents:
1. Nicholas Dickens, Haberdasher of London.
2. William Steuens of 'Rederith' alias 'Redriffe' Surrey, 'Marriner.'
Messuage in 'Redderith' and a wharfe near the 'Moate place,' the house of Bryan Hogge.
Witnesses -- Hum. Dyson, public notary. Anth. Woode, Nicholas King, Edward Cocke.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/C/071  29 Chas. II. 1677

Contents:
1. John Parker, glazier of London, and Nicholas Rand, Turner of London and Anne his wife.
2. William Young, Carpenter of London.
Messuage in Charterhouse Lane in the par. of St. 'Sepulchers,' Middx. Plan attached.
Witnesses--John Chambers, John Smith, Rich. Pope, Edm. Gough.

Indenture of Lease  HB/C/072  35 Chas. II. 1683

Contents:
1. Nicholas Barbon, doctor in 'physicke.' John Parsons, George Bradbury of the Middle Temple, Edward Noell of the Inner Temple, Sir James Ward, William Morris, Samuell Rawstorn, and Thomas Lathwell.
2. Richard Atkinson of St. Paul's Covent Garden.
Piece of ground late part of 'Well Close' by Ratcliff highway in the parish of 'Whitechappell' or Stepney in Gunner Alley.
Mentions Well Street.
Witnesses--Edward Lambert, Sam. Huarell.

Bond  HB/C/073  4 W. & M. 1692

Contents:
William Hayton to John Hall.
Mentions house of John West scrivener in 'Wallbrooke;' Edward Fawcett of Islington, Roger Hayton, Girdler of London, Orlebar Wilson of the Middle Temple.
Witnesses--Littleton Wessley, John West, Wm. Aylworth.

Bond  HB/C/074  30 Chas. II. 1681

Contents:
Joseph Newell of Bledlow, Bucks, to Samuel Eyre of 'Lincolnes' Inn and John Gore of 'Grayes' Inn.
Witnesses--Gerard Russell, Tho. Percivall, Sam. Palmer, Jos. Blissett.

Will of John Serjant, Carpenter of London.--Probate  HB/C/075  1688

Contents:
Messuages known as 'the great Lease' in Whitecross street and Golding Lane, in parish of St. Giles without Cripplegate, and messuage in Old Street and Golding Lane, messuage called 'the blew boar' at Hounslow, and messuage at Marlow in Oxford lane Bucks, and in Bell Alley in the parish of St. Giles without Cripplegate.
Executrix--Ann his wife.
Witnesses--Charles Wells, Edward White, R. Syms, Cha. Medgate.

Assignment of Lease  HB/C/076  1657

Contents:
1. George Boyleson, 'Merchantaylor' and Anne his wife.
2. Margaret Cordewin of Southwark.
Messuage in the parish of St. Michael 'Pater Noster Royall.'
Mentions Master and Wardens etc., of the 'Mistery' of Cutlers, owners of the property.
Witnesses--Tho. Eales, Edw. Saunders, scrivener.

Indenture of Building Lease  HB/C/077  2 W. & M. 1690

Contents:
1. Isaac Foxcroft of the Inner Temple, Richard Feild doctor in 'Physick,' Sir James Hayes, Christopher, Jeremy and Benjamin Whichcott, Robert Rossington of St. Andrews 'Holbourne,' and Francis Nicholson Hatton Garden.
2. Hugh Jones of the par. of St. Martin in the Feilds.
Piece of ground, being parcel of the garden of 'Weld' house in or near 'Weld streete' in the parish of St. Giles in the 'Feilds' towards Duke 'Streete' and the Arch in Great 'Lincolnes Inn Feilds.'
Witnesses--John Garret, scrivener and John Thompson.

Indenture of Lease  HB/C/078  34 Chas. II. 1682

Contents:
1. Edward Cheeke, 'sopeboyler' of London.
2. William Browne, doctor in 'Phisicke.'
Relates to a messuage called the 'Globe taverne' and the 'white Swan.' [Eastcheap]
Witnesses--Henry Whistler, Ric. Day.

Confirmation  HB/C/079  24 Chas. II. 1672

Contents:
1. Roger Sayer, Pewterer of London.
2. William Durham, B.D. Parson of St. Mildred 'Breadstreete,' William Savage, 'Plummer;' Robert Orme, Pewterer; Churchwardens of the above mentioned parish.
Rent from a Messuage called Garretts hall.
Witnesses--Edward Darnelly, James Wharton, John Midgley, scrivener, Tho. Gilbert, John Dakins, Wm. Tatersall.

Indenture of Recovery  HB/C/080  22 Jas. I. 1624

Contents:
1. Paul Pynder of London and Matthew Pynder.
2. Lawrence Hill, Grocer of London, James Speght, Clothworker of London.
3. Walter Markes, and Thomas Hartwell, 'Merchauntailors' of London.
Messuages in the parish of St. 'Buttolphe' without Bishopsgate, one called the 'Angell,' another 'the halfe Moone,' and also in St. 'Michaell' in 'Queenehithe.'
Mentions Sir Wm. Hollys, Alderman of London, tenant.
Witnesses--Ro. Dickens, Ro. Papworth, Hum. Dyson, Public Notary.

Declaration of Trust  HB/C/081  33 Chas. II. 1680

Contents:
Thomas Crispe, Draper and Thomas Lowndes, Haberdasher of London.
Messuage in Bishopsgate 'Streete.'
Witnesses--George Heath, William Edge, Thomas Coules.

Deed Poll--Grant  HB/C/082  20 Chas. I. 1644

Contents:
Andrew Walker.
Messuage, the 'White Lyon' in 'Thamestreete' at the corner of Love Lane in the parish of St. Mary at Hill near Billingsgate, and one 'adjoyning' in St. Mary at Hill lane called 'the Rose.'
Witnesses--Henry Shelberg, scrivener, Thomas Davids, Wm. Lewindon.

Indenture of Lease (Counterpart)  HB/C/083  Chas. II. 1664

Part cut away.

Contents:
1. (Cut away.) Eden Richardson.
2. Sir Martin Noell.
Messuage in the parish of St. Brides alias 'Bridgett.'
Witnesses--Wm. King, Natha. Wellen, Bartho. Hunt, Nath. Hudson.

Indenture to lead the use of a Fine  HB/C/084  33 Chas. II. 1681

Contents:
1. Thomas Randall, Grocer and Mary his wife.
2. John Hasell, Merchant Taylor of London.
Messuage and Garden in 'Blew Ancor' Alley between 'White Crosse' Street and Bunhill in the parish of St. Giles without Cripplegate.
Witnesses--Ro. Blayney, Francis Tanner, -- Sherwode.

Feoffment  HB/C/085  1652

Contents:
1. Richard Hill, Goldsmith and Dorothy his wife.
2. James Phillipps.
Messuage formerly called the 'Rose and Crowne' but afterwards the 'Shipp' in the parish of St. Mary Matfellon alias 'Whitchapple' in the 'high streete.'
Witnesses--Thomas Loueday, Francis Rosse, Robert Minchard, Public Notary.

Bond  HB/C/086  18 Chas. I. 1642

Contents:
John Leigh of the parish of St. Dunstan in 'le' West to Poole Pauncefoote of Newent in co. Gloucester.
Witnesses--Grimbald Pauncefoote, Christopher Hooke, John Prior, Tho. Pace.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/C/087  29 Chas. II. [1677/78]

Contents:
1. John Harvey of the Inner Temple, Henry Fauntleroy of Cliffords 'Inne,' Anthony Eyre.
2. Sir Joseph Sheldon, Alderman of London and Daniell Sheldon of Ham Haw Surrey.
Close called 'Buttericks' in the parish of Fulham abutting on the highway from Brainford to London, near land of the Earl of Holland in Kensington.
Witnesses--N. Dolben, Geo. Curd, Dan. Ludington.

Indenture of Lease  HB/C/088  1656

Contents:
1. Robert Mordaunt, Skinner of London.
2. Samuel Shute, 'Linnendraper' of London.
Messuage called the 'Crowne' in 'Cornehill.'
Witnesses--John Parcey, William Smith, Gerard Usher.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/C/089  12 Chas. II. 1660

Contents:
1. Mary Gorham, daughter of Richard Blowfeild, Armorer of London.
2. Elizabeth Rhookes.
Messuages in 'Gratious streete' in the parish of St. Peter upon 'Cornehill' in the Ward of Bishopsgate.
Mentions William Williams victualler, Amos Daney, 'sadler.'
No witnesses.

Declaration of Trust  HB/C/090  24 Chas. II. 1672

Contents:
1. Sir Francis North, Solicitor General, Matthew Johnson, Michaell Brighouse, Executors of Sir Geffery Palmer, late Attorney General.
2. The honoble. the Lady Finetta Pope, daughter of Thomas Earl of Downe decd.
Messuages in Norton Folgate in the parishes of St. 'Buttolphs' without Bishopsgate, St. Leonards Shoreditch, and the precinct of St. Mary Spittle without Bishopsgate.
Mentions Rowland Hill, Thomas Folgate, tenants.
Witnesses--T. Smartwaite, Wm. Richards, Sam. Greene.

Bond  HB/C/091  17 Chas. I. 1641

Contents:
John Geeringe and Adoniram Byfield of London to Aulgernonn Earl of Northumberland.
Mentions Nicholas Byfield late Vicar of Isleworth.
Witness--Thomas Cartwright.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/C/092  1653

Contents:
1. Richard Sanderson, Carpenter of London, and Henry Cock of the parish of St. Leonard Shoreditch, Tallowchandler.
2. Matthew Ricraft, Grocer of London.
Messuage and land called 'Cesterne Close' in the above mentioned parish.
Witnesses--Theophilus Macferner, Henry Waterman, John Shenton.

Deed Poll--Release  HB/C/093  27 Chas. II. 1674

Contents:
Daniell Bridge to Paris Sloughter.
Land and houses in the 'Mannor' of Stepney.
Witnesses--Wm. Ogle, Tho. Brodrick.

Indenture of Lease  HB/C/094  2 Jas. II. 1686

Contents:
1. Elizabeth Waller, Elizabeth Bacon, Dorothy Waller, Mary Hanbury, widow and daughters respectively of Thomas Waller, Serjeant at Law.
2. Anthony Parsons of Fetter Lane in the parish of St. Dunstans in the West, John James, Keate Waller of Doctors Commons, Thomas Doughty of St. Paul's Covent Garden, Mercer.
3. William Melmoth of St. Sepulchres, Apothecary, Robert Hind of St. Andrews 'Holborne,' Brewer.
4. John Hind of St. Andrews 'Holborne,' Brewer.
Messuages in 'Holborne' and Bartlett Court.
Plan attached.
Witnesses--Sam. Leving, W. Salmons, Jo. Marshall, John Longworth, John Exelby.

Feoffment  HB/C/095  13 Jas. I. 1615

Contents:
1. Gregory Francklyn, 'Sadler' of London.
2. Gilbert Rynder, Mercer of London, and Margaret his wife.
Messuage called 'the Queenes head' in St. Saviours Southwark.
John Subridge, tenant.
Witnesses--Jo. Rogers, Thomas Angell.

Indenture of Lease (Counterpart)  HB/C/096  17 Chas. I. 1641

Contents:
1. Henrie Anderson of Pendley, Herts.
2. David James, haberdasher of London.
Messuage in 'olde Jurie' in the parish of St. Mary Colechurch.
Mentions Frauncis Bridger tenant.
Witnesses--John Anderson, John Bowyer.

Indenture of Lease  HB/C/097  29 Chas. II. 1677

Contents:
1. George Calcott, Haberdasher and John Calcott of 'Cliffords Inne.'
2. George Hutchins of 'Greys Inne.'
Messuage near Drury Lane in the Strand in the parish of St. Mary Savoy.
Mentions Balthazar and Anne Royall, tenants.
Witnesses--George Foy, Peter Duffield, Nath. Hudson, Richard Brooke, Stephen Socker.

Bond  HB/C/098  5 Jas. I. [1607/08]

Contents:
Nicholas Heathe and Topp Heathe to John Topp of Stockton, Wiltshire.
Mentions house of Lawrence Littler in 'Colman streete.'
Witnesses--Michael Forthe, William Colborne, Wyliam Vanter, Christopher Ayrson, William Morris.

Assignment of Lease  HB/C/099  35 Chas. II. 1682

Contents:
1. Symon Young of London.
2. Robert Fenn, 'Merchantaylor.'
Piece of ground in 'Sheppards' Alley in the parish of St. James Garlick Hith. Mentions Isaac Harvey, tenant, Master and Wardens of the 'Merchantaylors,' the owners.
Witnesses--Jo. Wickham, scrivener, John Hooker, Jno. Wiseman.

Feoffment  HB/C/100  24 Chas. I. 1648

much rubbed

Contents:
1. Robert Osbolston, Haberdasher of London.
2. William Allott, 'Marchaunttaylor' of London.
Messuages in 'Candleweekstreet' and Bell Alley in St. Mary Abchurch parish.
Witnesses--Geo. Ingram, Ric. Preice, Ferdinand Cutler.

Receipt  HB/C/101  24 Chas. II. 1672

Contents:
Thomas Spurling to William Hardy.
Witnesses--Ed. Williamson, Sam. Smith, Abr. Hemingway.

Assignment of Lease  HB/C/102  1 Jas. II. 1684

Contents:
1. John Deane of St. Sepulchres parish, Carpenter.
2. George Arundell of London.
Messuages in Mouldmakers Row in the precinct of St. Martin Le Grand.
Witnesses--Paul Wicks, scrivener and Edward Towse.

Indenture of Release  HB/C/103  14 Chas. II. 1662


Related information: See also HB/C/007

Contents:
1. Henry Harwood, 'Sadler' of London.
2. William Eyre.
Messuages on Ludgate hill near Fleet-bridge in the parish of St. Brides alias 'Bridgett,' one formerly called 'the Still' and now 'the Lookeinglasse,' another formerly called 'the Saddle' and now the 'three guilded Keys.'
Mentions Grace Hardwyn, 'waxchaundler,' Peter Emery, Robert Christy, 'sadler,' George Appletree, leatherseller, tenants.
Witnesses--Peter Drybutter, Geo. Ixem, William Maning.

Indenture of Mortgage  HB/C/104  1660

Contents:
1. Joseph Drew, Dyer and Anne Drew alias Tuson, his wife.
2. David Chatelin, Weaver of London.
Messuage known as the 'Three Bowles,' in the parish of St. Mildred 'Breadstreete.'
Witnesses--Valantin Wanley, Isaac Bean (?), Fredk. Ixem, public notary.

Indenture of Mortgage  HB/C/105  9 W. III. 1697

Contents:
1. Elizabeth Western, of London, widow.
2. Robert Peirson of London.
Messuages in the parish of St. Katharine Creechurch within Aldgate.
Witnesses--Wm. Besley, Jo. Kitson.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/C/106  3 Jas. II. 1687


Related information: See also HB/C/007

Contents:
1. John Floyd of London.
2. Enoch Floyd.
Piece of ground on which stood 'the Still' and the 'three Guilded Keyes,' near Fleet bridge in the parish of St. 'Bridgett' alias Brides.
Mentions also Peter Emery and George Appletree tenants.
Witnesses--Peter Burly, N. Boutingdike.

Indenture of Lease  HB/C/107  44 Eliz. [1601/02]

Contents:
1. Robert Elmy of Sipton, Suffolk.
2. Andrewe Elmy his son and Thomas Westwood, tallow-chandler of London.
Messuage called the 'Whelebarrow' in the parish of St. 'Michell' in 'Woodstreate.'
Witnesses--John Mayle, Arthur Ingram, Robert Westwood, Tho. Smythe.

Covenant to Produce Deeds  HB/C/108  25 Chas. II. 1673

Contents:
1. William Morgan of the parish of St. Martin in the 'Feilds.'
2. Jeremy Sambrooke of London.
Messuages in Crane Court, Fleet 'streete' in the parish of St. Dunstans in the West.
Witnesses--Hum. Dove of 'Grayes Inne,' John Midgley, scrivener, William Tatersall.

Indenture of Lease  HB/C/109  21 Chas. II. 1669

Contents:
1. Master, Wardens etc., of the 'Mistery' of the Ironmongers.
2. John Buckner, Salter of London.
Messuages known as 'the Horsehead' without Newgate in the parish of St. Sepulchres, on the west side of the church and Horsehead 'Ally.'
Witnesses--Tho. Heatly, Wm. Heath, Tho. Heatly, jun.

Indenture of Lease and Assignment endorsed on the Deed  HB/C/110  11 Chas. I. 1635

Contents:
1. Master, Wardens etc., of the 'Mistery' of Ironmongers.
2. John Daines, draper of London.
Messuage in the parish of St. 'Olliff' in the 'old Jury.'
Mentions Sir Thomas Cambell, neighbouring owner.
Schedule of fixtures attached.
Witness--Raphe Handson.
Date of Assignment--22 Chas II. 1669.
Parties to Assignment--
1. George Small.
2. Nathan Wilson.
Witnesses--Hen. Redmayne, Richard Gay.

Feoffment  HB/C/111  5 Chas. I. 1629

Contents:
1. Henry Draper of London.
2. Jasper Draper, Grocer of London.
Messuage known as the 'kings Armes' in 'Thamestreete' in the parish of 'Great Alhallows Thamestreete.'
Witnesses--John Townsend, John Rolfe, Mathew Locke.

Indenture of Assignment  HB/C/112  7 Wm. III. 1695

Contents:
1. Narcissus Luttrell of 'Greys' Inn.
2. John Lyndley of St. Andrews, 'Holborne.'
Messuage in 'Holborne' Court in Grays Inn.
Witnesses--Robert Webster, Ben. Phillips, J. Dunn.

Bond  HB/C/113  16 Chas. II. 1664

Contents:
Lancelot Johnson of the Inner Temple to John Rickman, Currier of London.
Witnesses--John Satterthwaite, Luke Cowely.

Indenture of Mortgage  HB/C/114  3 jas. II. 1687

Contents:
1. Henry Shalcrosse, Merchant Taylor of London.
2. Julia Shalcrosse.
Messuages etc., formerly part of Jewen garden in St. Giles' Cripplegate parish.
Mentions Master and Wardens of the 'Mistery of Goldsmith,' owners.
Witnesses--Francis Boldler, Alice Peters.

Marriage Settlement  HB/C/115  15 Chas II. 1663


Related information: See HB/C/007

Contents:
1. Henry Harwood, 'Sadler' of London.
2. Prescilla Perry.
3. Robert Hollis, Salter, and William Butler Tallow-chandler of London.
Messuages in Ludgate hill near Fleetbridge in the parish of St Brides alias 'Bridget' called the 'Still' and afterwards 'the Looking-glasse,' and 'the Saddle' afterwards called 'the three guilded keyes.'
Mentions Peter Emery, Grace Harding, Robert Christie, George Appletree, tenants.
Witnesses--Hen. Travers, scrivener, Sam. Fox.

Indenture of Release  HB/C/116  8 Wm. III. 1696

Contents:
1. Thomas Long the younger, Merchant taylor of London.
2. Jonathan Blagdon, broderer of London.
Messuage in Charterhouse lane in the parish of St. Sepulchres without Newgate.
Witnesses--John Pratt, Thos. Fitch.

Indenture of Release  HB/C/117  2 Jas. II. 1686

Contents:
1. Edward Nourse of the Middle Temple.
2. Daniell Fox, 'Merchantaylor' of London.
Messuages in 'Leaden Hall streete' in the parish of St. Andrew Undershaft.
Witnesses--W. Antrobus, scrivener, John Dann, Tho.Jorden, Francis Speidell.

Will of Edward Tooke, engrossed for Probate  HB/C/118  15 Chas. II. 1663

Contents:
Lands in Ireland, Messuages in Salisbury Court St. Bride's parish, and in Aldersgate street, and St. Giles in the Fields.
Executors--Charles Tooke, Francis Bostock Fuller.
Witnesses--Thomas Bosewell, Thomas Shadwell, Will. Phillipps.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/C/119  20 Chas. II. 1668

Contents:
1. Charles Tooke of the Inner Temple and Francis Bostock Fuller of the Inner Temple.
2. John Cowley of St. Giles in the Fields.
Messuages etc., in 'Crosse Lane' or 'Crowsby lane' in the said parish.
Witnesses--Tho. Gerard, John Seagood, R. Smith, John Ficketts.

Indenture of Release  HB/C/120  23 Chas. II. 1670

Contents:
1. Henry Lemynge of Colchester and Anne his wife and Peter Ayleworth, Clothworker of London and Margaret his wife.
2. Sir Robert Vyner, Alderman of London.
Messuages in Suffolke Lane in the parishes of 'Little Allhallowes in Thames streete.'
Mentions Sir George Waterman, Alderman, etc.
Witnesses--Christo. Rich, Ant. Tinney.

Indenture of Assignment  HB/C/121  1657

Contents:
1. John Mellish, 'Merchanttaylor' of London, William Wormell, Edward Bushell and Peter Sterry of London Clerk, and Frances his wife.
2. Lawrence Marsh of Surrey.
Messuage in 'Watlingstreete.'
Mentions the Master, Wardens etc., of the 'Mistery of Skynners,' owners.
Witnesses--Robt. Bird, Gerard Vsher, John Parrey.

Inventory of Goods of Richard Hurd, late Haberdasher of London  HB/C/122  26 Chas. II. 1674

Contents:
He lived in the parish of St. Magnus the Martyr.
Valued by John Billingsly and Richard Weedon vintners, Edward Alder, upholder, Thomas Barfoot, Joyner, and Joseph Mower, skinner, before Sir George Waterman, Alderman of the ward of Bridge within, where the Testator lived.

Indenture of Assignment  HB/C/123  1656

Contents:
1. Thomas Sturges of London.
2. William Bowyer, Haberdasher of London.
Pieces of ground in the parish of St. Martins in the 'Citty,' of London.
Witnesses--Ri. Benet, Geo. Done, W. Reede.

Indenture of Lease (Counterpart)  HB/C/124  15 Jas. 1617

Contents:
1. William Sales, 'Marchaunttailor' of London.
2. Robert Williamson, Clothworker of London.
Messuage in the parish of 'Allhallowes in the wall.'
No witnesses' signatures.

Probate of the Will of James Harris, of All Hallows, Bread Street  HB/C/125  1688

Contents:
Lands in Bores-comb, Wilts.
Executrix--Honora Harris, his wife.
Witnesses--John Hobart, John Cowley, jun., Anthony Williams.

Indenture of Lease  HB/C/126  12 Chas. II. [1660/61]

Contents:
1. George Terrey of 'Graies Inne.'
2. Richard Bovindon, Carpenter, of London.
Messuages called the Bell and others in the parish of St. 'Gyles' without Cripplegate, near Goulding lane and 'Old Streete.'
Witnesses--Thomas Sharpe, Edward Raynsford.

Feoffment  HB/C/127  13 Chas. I. 1637

Contents:
1. William Tudnam and Edward Lewen, 'merchanteylors' of London.
2. Magdalen Kirby of London.
Messuages in St. Thomas Alley in 'Burchen' lane in the parish of St. 'Michaell' in Cornhill.
Mentions Nicholas Alsop etc.
Witnesses--J. Mosse, Hen. Mosse, Arthur Tirrey, Geo. Townrowe, John Melhuish.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/C/128  11 Chas. I. [1635/36]

Contents:
1. George Cooke, Tallow 'Chaundler' of London.
2. Richard Cooke, Salter of London.
Tenements, etc., in the parish of St. Leonard Shoreditch.
Witnesses--John Pratt, Jeremy Purlandes.

Feoffment  HB/C/129  1654

Contents:
1. Reginald Forster of the Inner Temple.
2. Edward Lawrence, brewer of London.
Messuages in 'Whitecrosstreete' in the parish of St. Giles without Cripplegate.
Witnesses--Arthur Tirrey, Tho. Smith, John Cooper, William Withers.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/C/130  11 W. III. 1699

Contents:
1. Nicholas Woodd, Tyler and Bricklayer of London.
2. Anne Bayly of St. Botolph without Bishopsgate.
Messuage in Houndsditch in the above mentioned parish, on which land the 'Bunhill' formerly stood.
Witnesses--Henry Dod, John Hopkins, Hen. Bedell, Jno. Curryer.

Defeasance of Statute Staple  HB/C/131  1 W. & M. 1688

Contents:
1. George Arnold of London.
2. Rt. Hon. Thomas Earle of Sussex.
Mentions Sir Peter Daniell, Mayor of the Staple.
Witnesses--J. Nicholl, James Mel, Edw. Skeate.

Indenture of Fine  HB/C/132  24 Chas. I. 1648


Related information: See HB/C/007

Contents:
1. Henry Harwood of London and Martha his wife.
2. Robert Abbott, Scrivener of London.
3. Thomas Gee, Haberdasher and Leonard Towers, draper of London.
Messuages on 'Adling' hill in the parish of St. Bennett alias Benedict in the ward of Castle Baynard, also the 'Still' and the 'three guilded keyes' on Ludgate Hill.
Witnesses--Joseph Mayowe, William Daines, John Morris.

Indenture. To lead the use of a Fine  HB/C/133  4 Wm. & M. 1692

Contents:
1. Thomas Hardwick of London and John Jolley, 'Merchantaylor' of London and Elizabeth his wife.
2. William Blakewey, Draper and John West.
Messuages in 'Stebunheath' alias Stepney.
Witnesses--William Francklin, Marmaduke Darell.

Indenture of Lease  HB/C/134  35 Chas. II. 1683

Contents:
1. Master and Wardens etc., of the 'Mistery' of Plumbers.
2. John Turner the elder.
Messuage in Bush Lane in the parish of 'Allhallowes the Greate.'
Not executed.

Indenture of Lease (Counterpart)  HB/C/135  15 Chas. II. 1663

Contents:
1. Richard Glover of London.
2. Richard Gower, Grocer, of London.
Messuages in Highgate in the parish of St. Pancras in the fields.
Witnesses--Tho. Collett, Alex. Dorington, Richard Wright, Leonard Oakes.

Indenture of Lease, as above  HB/C/136  15 Chas. II. 1663

Indenture of Lease  HB/C/137  16 Chas. I. 1640

Contents:
1. Henry Hodges Clothworker of London.
2. Robert Armestrong of St. Martin in the fields.
Messuage in 'Suffolke' Lane in the parish of 'little All-hallows in Thamestrecte' called the 'White Hart.'
Witnesses--Sam. Cartleech, Nicholas Lidgould, scrivener.

Release  HB/C/138  13 Chas. II. 1661

Contents:
Mary Mountford to Judith Skinner of Westham.
Messuages in 'Grassechurch streete' alias 'Gracious Streete' in the parish of St. Peter upon 'Cornehill' called the King on Horseback' and the 'White Lyon.'
Witnesses--Philip Heale, Wm. Weght, Fran. Griffith, scrivener.

Indenture of Assignment  HB/C/139  23 Chas. I. [1647/48]

Contents:
1. William Smyth of the Middle Temple.
2. Richard Warren of London and Elizabeth Marsh of 'Lymehouse' in the parish of 'Steppenheath.'
Messuage called 'the Milke house' known as the 'Redd Cow,' the Swan close and other closes abutting on Cock lane and Brick Lane and Rogue lane and great Haris Marsh in Stepney alias 'Stebunheath,' parcels of the Manor.
Witnesses--Wm. Playdell, John Luefen, Thomas Joye.

Probate of Will of Andrew Walker  HB/C/140  22 Chas. I. 1646

Contents:
Messuages in Shoemakers 'rowe' 'Blackfryers,' called the 'Last,' in 'Thamestreete' called the 'White Lyon' and in Love Lane in the parish of St. Mary at hill, in Westbourne and in Paddington.
Executors--Andrew Walker his son.
Witnesses--John Carpenter, Henry Shelbery, Wm. Lewindon.

Feoffment  HB/C/141  15 Chas. I. 1639

Contents:
1. Henry Darell of St. James Clerkenwell.
2. John Smyth of St. Mary 'Isledon' alias Islington.
Messuage called the Rose in 'Turnemilstreete' alias 'Tremilstreete' in St. James Clerkenwell parish, near Rose Alley on the east side of 'Turnemilbrooke.'
Witnesses--Marie Scott, Mary Blague, Tho. Gibsonne, Tho. Fossick, Nich. Cotton.

Indenture of Assignment  HB/C/142  11 Jas. I. 1613

Contents:
1. Daniell Braban, weaver of London and Isaack Symes 'gouldsmith' of London.
2. Richard Robinson, draper of London.
Messuage in 'Hownesdiche' in the parish of 'St. Mary's Buttolphe' without Aldgate.
Witnesses--John Waren, scrivener, George Waters.

Indenture of Assignment  HB/C/143  30 Chas. II. 1678

Contents:
1. John Jefferys of London.
2. Thomas Lownes, haberdasher of London.
Messuages in the parish of St. 'Hellen' in the Ward of Bishops Gate.
Witnesses--John Jeffreys, Tho. Hudson.

Probate of Will of Mary Onely  HB/C/144  I W. & M. 1689

Contents:
Messuages in Highgate in the 'Mannor' of Haringay alias Hornsey.
Executors--John Onely her husband and Henry Grant.
Witnesses--Lancelott Plumer, Henry Ballard, Wm. Only, John Sterm.
Pd. P.C.C. 1689.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/C/145  13 Chas. II. 1661

Contents:
1. William Gill of London, son of Rob. Gill of the liberty of the Tower, and Anne wife of Robt. Gill.
2. Marks Mortimer.
Messuages in old Change in the parish of St. Mary 'Maudlin.'
Witnesses--Peter Mortimer, John Matthewes, John Woolston, Robert Woolston.

Indenture of Lease (Counterpart)  HB/C/146  9 Chas. I. 1633

Contents:
1. William Lane the elder, 'Merchantaylor' of London.
2. Nathaniell Mosely of the parish of St. Brides, Haberdasher.
Messuages in the same parish in 'Shoeelane.'
Witnesses--Thomas Donkin, John Horne, scriveners.

Feoffment  HB/C/147  1649


Related information: See HB/C/007

Contents:
1. Frances Harwood of London, spinster.
2. Robert Kaye of London.
Messuages rear Fleet bridge known as the 'Looking glass' and the 'three Golden Keics.'
Witnesses--Fra. Williamson, Fran. Pensax, Tho. Williams.

Indenture of Lease  HB/C/148  23 Chas. II. 1670


Related information: See HB/C/151

Contents:
1. Arthur Barron of London.
2. William Webb Tallowchandler of London.
Piece of ground in 'Watlingstreete' and 'Breadstreete' in the parish of Allhallows 'Breadstreete.'
Plan attached.
Witnesses--Tho. Jenner, Geoffrey Glyd.

Indenture of Release  HB/C/149  29 Chas. II. 1677

Contents:
1. John Parker, Glazier of London and Nicholas Rand Turnor of London and Anne his wife.
2. William Young, Carpenter of London.
Messuage in Charterhouse Lane in St. Sepulchres parish.
Plan attached.
Witnesses--John Chambers, John Smith, Richard Pope, Eden. Gough.

Deed Poll-Release  HB/C/150  35 Chas. II. 1683

Contents:
Adiell Mill to Stephen Palmer of the parish of St. Mary Savoy, alias Strand.
Messuage in same parish.
Witnesses--Maur. Hill, Natha. Hudson, Stephen Locker.

Indenture of Lease  HB/C/151  20 Chas. II. 1668


Related information: See HB/C/148

Contents:
1. Arthur Baron haberdasher of London.
2. John Clarke, Clothworker of London.
Piece of ground in 'Breadstreete' in the parish of 'Alhallowes Breadstreete.'
Witnesses--Tho. Bodington, John Clerke.

Feoffment  HB/C/152  9 Jas. I. 1611

Contents:
1. Ciprian Morsse and Mary his wife.
2. Henry Harris, Cordwainer of London.
Messuage in the parish of 'St. Botolphe without Bushoppsgate.'
Witnesses--Jo. Stone, Robart Davis, Chr. Waad.

Indenture of Lease  HB/C/153  I W. & M. 1689

Contents:
1. The Warden etc., of the Hospitals of Christ's, Bridewell and St. Thomas'.
2. William Perry, blacksmith of London.
Messuages in 'Tuthill Streete.'
Assignment endorsed on the Lease.
Lease Signed by Nath. Hawes, Treasurer, Thomas Hutton, Chr. Foster, Fran. Griffith, for the Lessors.
No witnesses.

Assignment of Lease  HB/C/154  1656

Contents:
1. John Harriman, Carpenter of London and Mary his wife.
2. Thomas Morris, Skinner of London.
Messuage in the parish of St. 'Buttolph without Algate.'
Mayor and Citizens of London original Lessors.
Witnesses--Robert Leave, Hen. Lewes, Rich. Banner.

Feoffment  HB/C/155  I Chas. I. [1625/26]

Contents:
1. Nicholas Burnell, Haberdasher of London.
2. Thomas Westbrooke of Heston.
Land etc., in St. 'Gyles in the feilds.'
Witnesses--Robert Haynes, Matthew Royce, John Keys.

Indenture of Lease  HB/C/156  17 Chas. I. 1641

Contents:
1. Henrie Anderson of Pendley, Herts.
2. David James, Haberdasher of London.
Messuage in the 'Olde Jurie' in St. Marie Colechurch parish.
Witnesses--John Anderson, John Bowyer, Charles Auden.

Marriage Settlement  HB/C/157  8 Chas. I. 1632

Contents:
1. John Mountford, Pewterer of London and Mary his wife.
2. Thomas Barber, Grocer of London and Judith Blowfeild.
Messuage in 'Gracechurchstreete' in the parish of St. Peter in 'Cornehill.'
Mentions Edmond Tooley and Thomas Boswell, former tenants.
Witnesses--John Faggart, John Marston, Joseph Ferrett.

Indenture of Assignment  HB/C/158  15 Chas. II. 1663

Contents:
1. Andrew Elleis, Dyer of London.
2. Richard Newlyn, Brewer of London.
Messuages in Thames 'streete' in 'Allhallowes' parish adjoining 'Colharbor alias Colharborowe.'
Witnesses--Edward Pigott, Chas. Kitchingman, Samuel Rowse.

Indenture of Mortgage  HB/C/159  22 Chas. II. 1670

Contents:
1. Nathaniel Terry, Grocer of London.
2. Mathias, Edward and John Terry.
3. Nathaniell Parkins of Staines.
Messuage in the parish of St. Anne and Agnes in St. Martin's.
Mentions also the shop of Hercules Commander, Scrivener in Ivy Lane.
Witnesses--Hercules Commander, John Poole, Tho. Smythe.

Marriage Settlement  HB/C/160  10 Chas I. 1634

Contents:
1. Robert Anderson of 'Lincolne Inne.'
2. Nicholas Wolfe of [...] Graywell, Sussex.
Mathew Clercke of [...] Buttey, Salop.
Messuage called the ' [...] grne dragon' in the 'Poultrey.'
Witnesses--Katherin Ingram, William Gray.

Deed Poll--Declaration of Trust  HB/C/161  1659

Contents:
John Thompson, Stationer of London and Job Eggleston, Vintner.
Lands called Pittsbury and the Round Meadow, Grasshoppshooke, Middleshott, and in Humbeston Street in the Comon Marsh of Hackney within the Manor of Hackney, late of Sir John Keyes.
Witnesses--Will. Northey, John Rolfe.

Copy Probate of Will of Richard Graves  HB/C/162  2 Chas. I. 1626

Contents:
Mentions Thomas and George Gurney, brothers, of Hitching. Cottages in Rood Lane, East Greenwich.
Messuages in St. Martin Orgar's parish and in St. Martin's Lane near Candlewick Street, and in St. Andrew Wardrobe, and St. Martin within Ludgate in Benson's Alley, and the 'Doggs head in the pott and the Fire,' and other messuages in the said parish of St. Martin's Ludgate, and messuages in Goate Court in St. Bride's parish, the 'Ship' or 'King's Arms' in Cornhill, House in Putney.
Executors--Frances Graves, wife, and Richard Graves, son.
Witnesses--Josiah Buckock, Timothy Warren, George Brome.

Indenture of Mortgage  HB/C/163  9 Jas. I. 1611

Contents:
1. Henry Harris, Cordwainer of London and Elizabeth his wife.
2. Raphe Rynder, Draper of London.
Messuage in St. 'Botolphe without Bushoppsgate,' adjoining the 'Half-moon.'
Recites lease from Ciprian Morsse to Willyam Greene.
Witnesses--Ciprian Morse, Jo. Stone, Chr. Ward, Robart Downer.

Indenture of Mortgage  HB/C/164  36 Chas. II. 1684

Contents:
1. John Fletcher, Apothecary of London.
2. John Knott, 'Inholder' of London.
Pieces of land in which stood The 'Whitehorse' in the 'pooltry,' in St. Mildred 'Poltery' parish, burnt down in the Fire of London.
Recites Lease granted by the Haberdashers' Company.
Witnesses--Hen. Yonge, Tho. Shepherd.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/C/165  34 Chas. II. 1682

Contents:
1. Humphrey Moore, 'Merchantaylor' of London and Anne his wife.
2. Richard Palmer, Tallowchandler of London and Susanna his wife.
Messuage in Bermondsey 'streete' in 'St. Olaue Southwarke' parish.
Mentions Robert Chisman and Roger Craven former tenants, near the 'Cross-keyes.'
Witnesses--John White, Fra. Bunting, Fitzpeter Burton, Mary Johnson.

Power of Attorney (Counterpart)  HB/C/166  30 Chas. II. 1678

Contents:
1. Francis Vanacker of London.
2. Edward Keeling, Fishmonger and Anne Walter of London.
Pieces of ground in Coldharbor in 'Alhollowes' the less in Thames 'Streete.'
Witnesses--Tho. Walter, Matt. Tomlinson, Wm. Corbett, John Loyd.

Indenture of Mortgage  HB/C/167  14 Chas. II. 1662

Contents:
1. David James, Haberdasher of London.
2. Anthonie Rawlins of the parish of St. Olave in Southwark.
Messuage in 'Ould' Jewry in the parish of St. Mary Colechurch.
Witnesses--William Parker, Wm. Paxton scrivener.

Indenture of Lease  HB/C/168  1652

Contents:
1. Mayor and Commonalty of London.
2. William Lynton, Upholder of London.
Messuage in 'Houndesditch' in St. 'Buttolphes without Algate' parish.
Lease executed by the Comptroller of the Chamber of the City.
Mem. of Assignment endorsed on Lease, 1655, signed by Thomas Playen, Chamberlain and Robt. Michel Comptroller of the Chamber.

To Lead the Uses of a Fine  HB/C/169  8 Wm. III. 1696

Contents:
1. Abraham Chitty and Elizabeth his wife, of London.
2. William Hall of the Middle Temple.
Messuage in Croydon 'the parrott' and 'the Key,' now called the 'Maydenhead' in Crooked lane in parish of St. 'Michaell.'
Witnesses--Tho. Nowe, Tho. Sheppard.

Indenture of Release  HB/C/170  29 Chas. II. 1677

Contents:
1. Edward Gould, Haberdasher of London.
2. Richard White, 'Inhoulder' of London.
Messuages in 'Breadstreete' Hill in the parish of St. Nicholas Olave.
Witnesses--Bartho. Pickering, Nath. Symms.

Feoffment  HB/C/171  1657

Contents:
1. George Purefoy the Elder of Wadley, Berks, George Purefoy the Younger, John Seyliard of de la Ware, of Brasted, Kent, and Mary his wife, William Roberts of Sutton Cheney and Elizabeth his wife, Christopher Hales of Coventry, John Bowme of Ufford, Northampton, John Roberts of Sutton Cheney and Sir Wolstan Dixie of Clifton, Bedfordshire.
2. William Hampton of London.
Messuage in 'Colemanstreete' in the parish of St. 'Steevens.'
Witnesses--Wm. Shepheard, Ric. Cam, George Tegge, Joseph Meysey, Will. Roberts, Jane Roberts, Matthew Martyn, John Mottershed, John Hidson, Rebecca Cossell, Wm. Bourn, Thomas Dixie, John Seyliard of Pensherst, Francis Seyliard, Tho. Seyliard, Jo. Dod.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/C/172  5 W. & M. 1693

Contents:
1. Stephen Johnson of London, Executor of Richard Brownlowe of the parish of St. Andrews 'Holborne.'
2. Henry Dry, Skinner of London.
Messuage in Bartholomew Lane, in the parish of St. Bartholomew, near the 'Royall' Exchange.
Witnesses--Edw. Haverfield, Jon. Wilson.

Indenture of Mortgage  HB/C/173  12 C. II. 1660

Contents:
1. Mary Gorham daughter of Ric. Blowfeild, decd.
2. Elizabeth Khookes.
Messuages in 'Gratious streete' in St. Peter upon 'Cornebill' parish, in the Ward of Bishops-gate.
Witnesses--Thomas Barber, scrivener, and Richard Harris.

Deed Poll--Feoffment  HB/C/174  25 C. II. 1673

Contents:
Sir Edward Massie to Ursula Drax.
Land called the Great Hides formerly 'Spittlefields' and belonging to the New 'Hospitall' without Bishopsgate.
Witnesses--John Adams, Arthur Myles, Seabright Deane.

Indenture of Lease (Counterpart)  HB/C/175  5 W. & M. 1693

Contents:
1. Thomas Neale of St. Martin in the fields, James Ward, Edward Herrys, Thomas Lathwell, William Morris of London.
2. George Dorrell of St. 'Gyles' in the Fields, Bricklayer.
Piece of land in Marshlands in the parish of St. 'Gyles' in the fields in White lion street, adjoining Edward Rathbone's.
Plan attached.
Witness--John Gerard.

Administration of Will of Nicholas Morgan  HB/C/176  1692

Contents:
Granted to John Francis, of the parish of St. Martin in the Fields.
Close of land called Marshland in the parish of St. Giles in the Fields, parcel of the Manor of St. James in the Fields.

Deed Poll--Declaration of Trust  HB/C/177  1692

Damaged.


Related information: See HB/C/178-180.

Contents:
Alexander Forbresse (Forbes), Edward Gerard of Clements Inn, Thomas Traps.
Close of land called Marshlands in St. 'Gyles' in the Fields.
Witnesses--G. Downes, jun., John Francis, Tho. Kinsman.

Indenture--Covenant  HB/C/178  5 W. & M. 1692


Related information: See HB/C/177

Contents:
1. The Honble. Charles Bertie of St. Anne's Westminster Sir Robert Clayton, Alderman of London, John Savile of Medley, Executors of James Tryon, son in law of Sir Richard Stiddolf.
2. Thomas Trapps, Executor of Dame Francis Astley, daughter of Sir R. Stiddolf.
3. Thomas Neale of the parish of St. Martin in the fields.
4. Thomas Lathwell and William Morris of London.
Piece of land called Marshland in the parish of 'St. Gyles in the Feilds.'
Witnesses--G. Downes, jun., Dan. Alford, Jno. Rudd.

Indenture of Lease (Counterpart)  HB/C/179  5 Wm. and Mary 1693

Contents:
1. Thomas Neale of St. Martin in the 'Feilds,' James Ward, Edward Herrys, Thomas Lathwell, and William Morris of London.
2. Edward Rathband of St. 'Gyles in the Feilds.'
Piece of land called Marshlands in 'St. Gyles in the Feilds' parish, in Monmouth street. Plan annexed.
Witnesses--John Rogers, John Gerard.

Indenture--Declaration of Trust  HB/C/180  8 W. III. 1696

Contents:
1. Paul Jodrell of London.
2. Robert Harbin of London, Merchant.
Close called Marshland in the parish of St. 'Gyles' in the Fields, and the Cock and Pye, alley leading to 'Boule' yard, messuages in King street.
Witnesses--Tho. Filmer, George Pullman, Wm. Andrewes.

Indenture of Assignment  HB/C/181  2 W. & M. 1690

Contents:
1. John Hill, Obadiah Sedgwick, George Sitwell of London, William Nutt and Benjamin Hinton, Goldsmith of London.
2. Edward Hildeyard, Francis Moore, Heritage Lenton.
3. Rt. Hon. Paulett 'Earle' of Bolingbrooke.
Parcels of 'Mannor' or 'Bayliwick' of St. James in the 'feilds.' Mentions various closes, parcels, messuages in Frith Street, etc. Plan attached.
Witnesses--Nichol. Calton, Thomas Madockes, Samuel Grave, John Johnson.
Further Assignment to Sir Cloudesley Shovell endorsed on the Deed.

Indenture of Lease--Crown Lease  HB/C/182  5 W. & M. 1692

Contents:
1. Our 'Soveraigne' Lord and Lady William and Mary.
2. Richard Powys and John Taylour of Westminster.
Piece of ground near the old Pest Houses near unto the 'So Ho' in the parish of St. James within the Liberty of Westminster, and King Street, parcel of the Manor of St. James and Great 'Spittle' Fields in Chelsea and Little 'Spittle' Fields near Knightsbridge.
Mentions Sir William Pulteney a former Lessee.
Seal wanting.

Deed Poll--Release  HB/C/183  14 Chas. I. 1638

Contents:
Dame Dorothie Cornwaleys of Beeston, Norfolk to William Newton of Biddenham, Beds.
Close called 'Pursfeild' in the parishes of St. Giles in the 'feilds' and St. Clement Danes and the Gunpowder house.
Witnesses--B. Vaughan, W. Aufeild, Robt. Smyth, Richard Gale.

Indenture of Lease  HB/C/184  14 Chas. I. 1638

Contents:
1. William Newton of Biddenham, Bedfordshire.
2. Richard Webb of St. Giles in the Fields.
Part of field called 'Pursfield' in 'Queene streete' near Parkers lane.
Mentions Arthur Newman to whom some adjacent land was about to be let.
Witnesses--Arthur Newman, John Fountaine, Will. Dormer, Richard Gale.

Indenture of Assignment  HB/C/185  5 Jas.I. 1607

Contents:
1. Walter Burton of St. Clement 'Daynes' without the 'Barres' of the 'newe' Temple, Bricklayer.
2. Thomas Barton of St. Giles in the 'feilds.'
Part of 'Oldwych' Close in St. Giles' parish near 'Drewrie lane.'
Witnesses--Richarde Ockoulde, Ferdinando Wyther, Walter Lee.

Feoffment  HB/C/186  15 Chas. I. 1639

Contents:
1. William Newton of Biddenham, Bedfordshire and Joane his wife.
2. Sir Henry Compton of Bramblety, Sussex. Sir Lewis Dyve of Bromham, Bedfordshire, Thomas Brewer of the Inner Temple.
Part of 'Oldwich' Close near 'Queenes streete' in the parish of St. 'Gyles in the feildes.'
Witnesses--Oliver Alan, Jo. Sanders, Richard Gale, -- Powell, Jo. Sanders, James Warren, William Clarke, Samuell Bowes.

Indenture of Lease  HB/C/187  8 Chas. I. 1632

Contents:
1. The Rt. Hon. Henry Lord Cary, Baron of Leppington and the Lady Martha his wife, Henry Osborne of London and Nicholas Herman of 'Chelsey.'
2. William Lovinge the younger of Old 'Windsore,' Berks.
Piece of ground called 'Elmefeild' alias 'Longe Acre' near Covent Garden in the tenure of the Churchwardens and parishioners of St. Clements Danes.
Witnesses--Cuthbert Sidgwick, Samuel Cuenot Rich. Battill, Fra. Bilbye.

Indenture of Assignment  HB/C/188  14 Chas. I. 1638


Related information: See HB/C/189

Contents:
1. Bartholomew Baker of St. Clement Danes parish.
2. John Kempsall, Symon Harborne, Thomas Carpenter, John Shalmer and Daniell Ballard of London, parishioners of St. Clement Danes.
Part of close called 'Elmefeilde' alias Long Acre in the parish of St. Martin in the fields near Covent Garden.
Witnesses--Edward Bowes, Timothy Smith, Robert Boultbye, Nicho. Dombill.

Indenture of Assignment  HB/C/189  15 Chas. I. 1639


Related information: See HB/C/187

Contents:
1. Mathew Frauncis of Westminster.
2. Symond Harborne and John Shalmer of St. Clement Danes.
Close called 'Elmefeild' alias Long Acre in the parish of St. Martin in the 'feildes' near Strand lane leading from the Strand to the town of St. Giles in the 'feilds,' and near Covent Garden and Marshlands.
Witnesses--Wm. Sharp, Tho. Marriatt, Edm. Eobir.

Indenture of Bargain & Sale  HB/C/190  21 Chas. II. 1669

Contents:
1. The Rt. Hon. Gilbert Earle of Clare.
2. Rowland Jewkes of the Inner Temple.
3. Robert Flatman of St. 'Gyles' in the Fields.
Piece of land in the parish of St. Clement Danes in a passage on the east of the lane leading from Clements well to Clements Inn 'feild.'
Witnesses--Jo. Conde, Tho. Bristowe, Jno. Birch, William Ayscough, Jo. Conde Jun.

Deed Poll--Assignment  HB/C/191  11 Chas. I. 1635

Contents:
Elizabeth Orby of the Savoy rents in the Strand and Thomas Orby.
Tenement in Somerset rents in the parish of St. Mary at 'Strande' and land at Chertsey, and messuages in or near the Savoy in the 'Strande.'
Witnesses--Jo. Fussell, Josua Mainet, John Daniell.

Indenture of Lease  HB/C/192  24 Chas. II. 1672

Contents:
1. Edward Billing of Westminster and Benjamin Bartlett of London.
2. Thomas Gregory of Westminster, Carpenter.
Piece of ground part of the Vine garden near the Horseferry in St. Margarets Westminster.
Witnesses--John Sibley, Thos. Sibley, John Davis, Robert Greenhood.

Indenture of Lease (Counterpart)  HB/C/193  8 Chas. I. [1632/33]

Contents:
1. Elizabeth Lee, widow.
2. Richard Bretton.
Messuage called 'Ypres Ynne' in the parish of St. Thomas the apostle.
Witnesses--John Dover, Francis Hodgson.

Indenture of Lease  HB/C/194  30 Chas. II. [1678/79]

Contents:
1. Richard Powell, Barber Chirurgeon of London.
2. John Senton, Cooper of London.
Messuage in 'Sheapherds' Alley in the parish of St. James 'Garlickhith' near Mr. Glentworth's Warehouse.
Witnesses--Thomas Glentworth, Thomas Hoare, John Goss, -- Holland.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/C/195  23 Chas. II. 1670

Contents:
1. John Roy of London, Edward Burdett and John Wright of 'Grayes Inne,' the Hon. Walgrave Crew of Hinton in Northamptonshire.
2. Henry Pollexfen of the Inner Temple, and Edmund Pollexfen of 'Plimoth,' Devon.
Land being part of ground of Baynards Castle in the parishes of St. Andrew Wardrobe and St. Bennetts 'Paule wharfe.'
Witnesses--Tho. Barrett, John Morris, Bar. Carpenter, Natha. Hudson, Bartho. Huntley, Wm. Belke, Simon Beech.

Indenture of Assignment  HB/C/196  2 Jas. I. 1604

Contents:
1. George Meade of Ware and Elizabeth his wife.
2. James Tayllor, 'Cordewaner' of London.
Messuages etc., in or near 'Graies Inne' lane, alias 'Purpole' lane in 'St. Andrewe in Holborne' called the 'Redd Lyon' near 'Holbourne feildes' and 'lither lane' alias 'liver lane.'
Witnesses--John Tomes, John Wilson, Thomas Pickeringe, Rich. Wright.

Bond  HB/C/197  20 Jas. I. 1622

Contents:
Richard Betts of Westminster, 'Hempedresser,' and Thomas Spier, Leatherseller to Alphonso Fowle, Henrie Weatharfield, William Stanlake, Peter Heywood, Thomas Morice, William Ireland, John Elstone, John Bale, Bartholomew Parker, Thomas Girton, Governors of the House of Correction in 'Tuttlefields.'
Witnesses--John Davis, Geo. Plukenett, John Plukenett.

Indenture of Lease  HB/C/198  3 Jas. I. 1605

Contents:
1. Elizabeth Downes of the parish of St. Martin in the fields, Otho Mawdytt, 'Merchanttaylor' of London and Elizabeth his wife, Margarett Shere, widow, William Brett of Hearon, Bedfordshire and Maria his wife.
2. Nicholas Clare of Oxford.
Water Mill etc., called a 'Tyde Myll' at Paris garden in the parish of St. Savior's 'Southwarke' and land in St. George's 'feildes' called St. Johns Acre.
Witnesses--Arthur Emyn, Thomas Bradforde, William Maton, F. Soorde, Richard Watson, Jasper Greene.

Feoffment  HB/C/199  1655

Contents:
1. Thomas Browker of Bittorley and Mary his wife.
2. Richard Taverner of the parish of St. Andrew in the Wardrobe, Haberdasher.
Manor of Parys Garden. Certain Leases excepted.
Witnesses--Tho. Taverner, Geo. Peryer, John Taverner, Tho. Massam, John Blunden.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/C/200  1 Jas. II. 1685

Contents:
1. Charles Sibley of Derby.
2. John Baker of Derby, Butcher and George Buxton the younger of Derby.
Messuages in 'Hallwell streete' in the parish of St. Clement Danes, and land in Chiswick and Acton.
Witnesses--Ri. Levis, Ri. Levis, jun., Elizabeth Massey.

Indenture of Lease  HB/C/201  6 Jas. I. 1608

Contents:
1. Edward Catcher of London.
2. Roger van Herrewegge of London.
Brewhouse etc., in 'Barkinge,' Essex.
Witnesses--Thomas Catcher, John Catcher, Nathaniell Speight.

Court Baron, Barnesbury Manor  HB/C/202  36 Chas. II. 1684

Contents:
Admission of Robert Austin on the death of his uncle John Austin in reversion after the death of Susan Prideaux.

Indenture of Lease  HB/C/203  4 Jas. II. 1688

Contents:
1. Richard Corbett of Finglass, county Dublin.
2. James Spooner of the same place.
Closes of land in Islington, parcel of the Manor of 'Barnarsbury,' called 'Lower Barnarsbury' lying north of 'Upper Barnarsbury' and south of 'Haggbushlane,' higher 'Barnarsbury' and Upper 'Barnersbury' and 'Cleafeild.'
Witnesses--James Firth, Richard Croosdaile.

Indenture of Lease  HB/C/204  3 Chas. I. 1627

Contents:
1. Thomas Hutchinson, Vintner of London.
2. Henry Ferrers of London.
Manor of Bromley, Middlesex.
Witnesses--Percyvall Staple, John Mason.

Indenture of Release  HB/C/205  30 Chas. II. 1682

Contents:
1. Nicholas Warren, Merchant of London.
2. Anne Drake of London.
Messuages in East Greenwich, Kent, near Stockwell Street.
Witnesses--Jeremiah Hurst, Thomas Dilke.

Feoffment  HB/C/206  17 Chas. II. 1665

Contents:
1. Philip Delroy of Wigan.
2. Thomas Welsh of Tottenham, Middlesex.
Marsh land in East Greenwich, Kent.
Witnesses--Wm. Cookson, Edward Baron, -- Ireland, William Gee, Jo. Anderton.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/C/207  22 Chas. II. 1669

Contents:
1. Sir Joseph Sheldon of London.
2. William Dolben of the Inner Temple and John Bent Merchant Taylor of London.
Closes called 'Buttericks' in the parish of Fulham.
Witnesses--Dan. Ludington, Bezaleel Taylor, Ben. Wherter.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/C/208  27 Chas. II. 1674

Contents:
1. William Dolben of the Inner Temple and John Bent of London.
2. John Harvey of the Inner Temple and Henry Fauntleroy of Cliffords Inn.
Closes called 'Buttericks' in Fulham near the Earl of Holland's land.
Witnesses--Geo. Cure, Dan. Ludington.

Indenture--To lead the use of Recovery  HB/C/209  31 Chas. II. 1679

Contents:
1. Andrew Smith of Croydon.
2. William Bennett, Vintner of London.
3. John Kettleby of 'Cliffords Inne.'
Messuages closes etc., near West lane, 'Greene lane, Kilburne,' in or near 'Westborne Greene' in the parish of Paddington.
Witnesses--Arthur Kettlebey, J. Byne.

Newington Barrowe Manor: View of frank pledge, and Court Baron  HB/C/210  20 Chas. II. 1668

Contents:
Surrender of Henry Hastings, one of the customary tenants of the Manor, of his tenement etc., in Tollington.
Tho. Rudd, steward.

Indenture of Mortgage  HB/C/211  33 Chas. II. 1681

Contents:
1. Thomas Southwood of the parish of 'Stebunheath' alias Stepney and Mercy his wife.
2. Abraham Harold of Stepney.
Land next 'Old Gravell Lane' in Stepney.
Witnesses--Richard Webb, Andrew Pead.
Indenture of Assignment 1698 endorsed on the deed.

Indenture--To lead the use of a Fine  HB/C/212  33 Chas. II. 1681

Contents:
1. Isaac Marryott of London and Anne his wife.
2. Thomas Jordan, distiller of London.
Land etc., in Southwell in the Manor of Hayes.
Witnesses--John Greene, Chas. Cheyney, Ja. Cornelius.

Indenture--To lead the use of a Fine  HB/C/213  10 Jas. I. [1612/13]

Contents:
1. John Page the elder of Wembly, Harrow and Richard Page of Uxendon, Harrow.
2. Phillipp Morgan of Stanwell and John Smyth of Roxey, 'Harrowe one the Hill.'
Manor etc., of Cofers, or Coferers in 'Kingesbury,' Willesdon and Hendon.
Witnesses--Tho. Lambert, Richard Ravenhill, Simon Hill, James Smyth.

Marriage Settlement  HB/C/214  27 Chas. II. 1675

Contents:
1. Joseph Dawson the Elder of London and Joseph Dawson, Thomas Westerne, Grocer of London, Benjamin Gerrard Fishmonger of London.
2. John Forth, Alderman of London, Susannah Forth, Daniell Forth and Robert Forth of London.
Farm called 'Claverings,' and other lands in Edmonton and Edmonton marsh.
Witnesses--Edward Brailston, Valentine Clarke, John Ware.

Indenture--To lead the use of a Fine  HB/C/215  18 Chas. II. [1666/67]

Contents:
1. Jane Clarke of the 'libertie' of the Tower of London, Jane Thomlinson of Redriffe Surrey.
2. Thomas Moffett, Grocer of London.
Messuage etc., in 'Edelmeton' alias Edmonton.
Witnesses--Jos. Forfnell, Robert White, Amos Hanninge.

Feoffment  HB/C/216  16 Chas. II. 1664

Contents:
1. Jane Clarke of the Liberty of the Tower of London, Edward Thomlinson of Redriff and Jane his wife.
2. Thomas Moffett, Grocer of London.
Messuage in 'Edelmeton' alias Edmonton.
Witnesses--Will. Northey, Wm. Masemore.

Probate of Will and Codicil of Robert Marsh, 'Merchanttaylor' of London  HB/C/217  17 Chas. II. 1665, 1667

Contents:
'Water Leases,' copyhold lands etc., in Edmonton near 'Burystreete' and in 'Finchhamsteed,' Bucks.
Executrix--Susanna Marsh, his wife.
Witnesses--William Moffett, Garneus Humbarstone, Tho Sanderson, William Evanes, Elizabeth Henshawe.
Pd. P.C.C. 1667.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/C/218  2 Chas. I. 1626

Contents:
1. Jane Richardson, widow, of London.
2. Hughe Richardson of London.
Messuage in Edmonton.
Witnesses--Henry Dooreg, Edm. Parks, John Hugbon.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/C/219  13 Chas. I. 1637

Contents:
1. William Penifather of London.
2. William Lane of Canterbury, Gabriell Miles of London, Edward Bennett the younger.
Messuages, land etc., called 'Rabbesfarme,' water mill called Crouch Mill in the parish of Great Hillingdon, and also in Cowley and Uxbridge.
Witnesses--Henry Shelbery, Gregory Tinham, Tho. Howorth.

Probate of Will of Richard Edwards of the parish of St. Olave 'Hartstreet.'  HB/C/220  3 Jas. II. 1687

Contents:
Farm of Pittshanger in Yelling, Middlesex.
Executors--Margaret Edwards his mother, and Thomas Edwards his brother.
Witnesses--M. Edwards jun., Ken. Edisbury, Ja. Cole.
Pd. 1687.

Probate of Will of William Massy alias Candeler  HB/C/221  1630

Contents:
Lands called Kenham field.
Executrix--Margerie his wife.
Witnesses--Daniell Harbert, Francis Miles.
Pd. 1630.

Lease  HB/C/222  1669

Contents:
1. John Searle of London.
2. John Fitzwater of Hanworth.
Land at Hanworth.
Witnesses--W. Pott, Wm. Parkins.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/C/223  11 James I. 1613

Contents:
1. John Wheeler, Currier of London, Elizabeth his wife.
2. Jeremy Littleboy of Finchley.
Messuages etc. in 'Netherstreete' in Finchley.
Witnesses--John Orvered, Joseph Browne.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/C/224  4 James II. 1688

Contents:
1. Anne Verney of London.
2. William Hayton of London.
Fields called Gibb 'feild,' Gibb garden, and messuages near 'Netherstreete,' Finchley, also Knightons, 'Churchfeilds' near Ballards Lane, Finchley, etc.
Witnesses--Orlebar Wilson, John Sanders, Anne Smith.

Indenture of Mortgage  HB/C/225  4 James II. 1688

Contents:
1. William Hayton of London and Orlebar Wilson of the Middle Temple.
2. Edward Fawcett of Islington.
Lands, messuages etc. in Finchley as above mentioned.
Witnesses--John Sanders, Paul Wicks, scrivener Hen. Wykes.

Indenture of Assignment  HB/C/226  28 Chas. II. 1675

Contents:
1. Lawrence Wilkes of London.
2. Thomas Nedham, Clothworker of London.
Messuage and fields in 'Netherstreet' Finchley.
Witnesses--Wm. Fashions, Rich. Fathers.

Feoffment  HB/C/227  1652

Contents:
1. Henry Clarke the Elder, Merchant Taylor of London and Henry Clark the younger.
2. William Domuille of 'Lincolnes' Inn and Bridgett his wife.
Land and messuages at Finchley.
Witnesses--Roger Turner, John Bowering, John Dawson, John Harris.

Feoffment  HB/C/228  17 Chas. II. 1665

Contents:
1. Michaell Baily and Thomas Pulteny, Salters of London.
2. Anthony Whitwell of the parish of Christchurch, London.
Messuages etc. in Finchley.
Witnesses--Fran. Barnard, David Price, Anne Swansam.

Indenture--To lead the use of a Fine  HB/C/229  17 Chas. II. [1665/66]

Contents:
1. John Reene, Grocer of London and Sarah his wife, Richard Draper of London and Alice his wife, Thomas Pulteney, Salter and Mary his wife, Anthony Whitwell of London.
2. Michaell Bayly, Salter of London.
Messuage and land in Finchley.
Witnesses--Clement Hoye, Samuel Graves, Roger Reeve, Junr.

Feoffment  HB/C/230  22 Chas. II. 1669

Contents:
Richard Utber to John Searle.
Messuage and land in Finchley.
Witnesses--John Nicholl, John Heginbotham, Henry Brooke.

Deed Poll--Release  HB/C/231  1649

Contents:
Thomas Chandler, Draper of London to Richard Utber, Draper of London.
Messuage and land in Finchley.
Witnesses--Hen. Colbron, John Parrey.

Indenture of Mortgage  HB/C/232  17 Charles II. 1665

Contents:
1. Anthony Whitwell of the parish of Christchurch, London.
2. Charles Thynne the younger.
3. Michaell Pulteney.
Messuages etc. in 'Finchely.'
Witnesses--Hen. Travers, scrivener in Smithfield, Tho. Pulteney, Triamor Baldwin.

Indenture--Covenants  HB/C/233  12 Charles I. 1636

Contents:
1. Thomas Sharples, Merchant taylor of London and Ann his wife, John Mayne of Exeter, and Mary his wife, Richard Elwood of Exeter, John Bradley, Girdler of London and Sara his wife, Daniell Challoner, Freemason of London and Ursula his wife, William Sherman, Girdler of London and Alice his wife.
2. Robert Chippe, Fishmonger of London.
Messuages etc. in Finchley.
Witnesses--John Chippe, Francis Blewer, Robert Chippe, Henry Pratt, Richard Mayne, James Paxon, Georg French, John Jermyn.

Feoffment  HB/C/234  14 James I. 1616

Contents:
1. Samuell Bishopp, Barber surgeon of London and Suzan his wife, and Roger Best of Chipsted and Amy his wife.
2. Jeremy Littleboy of Finchley.
Messuages in 'Neatherstreete' in Finchley.
Witnesses--John Owtred, Scrivener, Edward Bodington.

Indenture--To lead the use of a Fine  HB/C/235  22 Charles II. 1670

Contents:
1. John Nettleshipp, Salter of London and Mary his wife.
2. Samuell Thompson of St. Mary le Bowe in the ward of Cheap.
Land etc. in Finchley.
Witnesses--Henry Dering, John Goddin, Lyonell Fanshawe, Charles Burnham, Mary Beard.

Indenture of Assignment  HB/C/236  21 Charles II. 1669

Contents:
1. Alice Holloway of London, widow.
2. Nicholas Roberts, Ironmonger of London, John Smith and John Hinde, drapers of London.
Messuages in Finchley.
Witnesses--James Hind, Hugh Hunt, Samuell Sewell.
Further Assignment 1674 endorsed on Deed.

Indenture of Assignment  HB/C/237  23 Charles I. 1647

Contents:
1. Bartholomew Clarke of London.
2. Richard Utber and Thomas Chandler, Drapers of London.
Land in Finchley.
Witnesses--Henr. Colbron, Jas. Crome, Arth. Towne, John Parrey.

Indenture of Lease  HB/C/238  19 Charles I. 1643

Contents:
1. Robert Alden, Salter of London.
2. Thomas Viner, 'Gouldsmith' of London.
Messuages, lands etc. near Barrowes lane in Finchley.
Witnesses--Robt. Rawlins, Roger Livesey.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/C/239  22 Charles II. 1669

Contents:
1. Richard Utber, Draper of London.
2. John Searle of London.
Messuages etc. in Ballards Lane alias Barrows Lane in Finchley.
Witnesses--John Nicholl, John Heginbotham, Henry Brooke.

Manor of Twickenham, Court Baron  HB/C/240  26 Charles II. 1674

Contents:
Admission of Dame Jane Smith to lands in the Manor of her late husband, Sir John Smith, Alderman of London.

DEEDS; 1700-1800  HB/D  [n.d.]

Probate of Will of Esther Oldisworth  HB/D/001  1782

Contents:
Executor--Richard Watlington.
Witnesses--Jane Thomas, Catherine Kilburn.
Proved, P.C.C.

Copy Will of Mary Benwell  HB/D/002  1768

Contents:
Executrixes--Ann and Martha Benwell.
Witnesses--Lovelace Hercy, Eliz. Hercy of Boswell Court, Rob. Haswhittle.

Probate of Will of Samuel Stone of Houndsditch, Cabinet Maker  HB/D/003  32 Geo. III. 1792

Contents:
Executor--Henry Blaxland.
Witnesses--John Presland, Geo. Westray.
Proved, P.C.C.

Probate of the Will of William Piddington, of St. Botolph Aldgate parish  HB/D/004  1776

Contents:
Executor--Richard Hill of the parish of St. Botolph, Aldersgate.
Witnesses--Henry Allibon, James Arnold, William King.
Proved, P.C.C.

Will of Stephen Guion of London  HB/D/005  1760

Signature of Testator torn off.

Contents:
Executors--Elizabeth Guion his wife and Stephen Peter Godin of Southgate.
Witnesses--Thomas Goosbrey, Jonathan Ismay.

Probate of Will of John Spateman formerly of Cannon Street in the parish of St. Martin Orgar and now of Crown Street, Westminster, of this date  HB/D/006  1790

Contents:
Executors--Hannah his wife, daughter of Thomas Garner of Seal, Kent, Mary Hannah Spateman, Judith Ann Spateman.
No witnesses. Affidavit by Hester Sexby Emmerich of Crown Street, Westminster and William May of Gt. Newport Street in parish of St. Ann Westminster as to the genuineness of the Testator's signature.
Proved P.C.C. 1801.

Deed Poll--Appointment  HB/D/007  3 Anne 1704

Contents:
Elizabeth Grange to Maurice Thompson, Crispe Grange, Joshua Lock and Thomas Marriott.
Witness--Jas. Bond.

Copy Will of Thomas Brigham of the parish of St. Sepulchre  HB/D/008  1746

Contents:
Executors--William Banister of the 'little Old Bayly' Peruke Maker and Mary Dazey.
Witnesses--Jno. Chatfeild, Danll. Carty.

Probate of the Will of Benjamin Lindo of Bookers Gardens, St. Catherine Cree  HB/D/009  1777

Contents:
Mentions Dr. Abraham Capadoce, David and Moses Lindo of Bordeaux, etc.
Executors--Elias Lindo and Elias Lindo jun.
Witnesses--George Frost, George Capadose.

Probate of the Will of Alexander Young, outward bound in the good ship Bute, Captain Patrick Maitland Commander, of this date  HB/D/010  3 Geo. III. 1763

Contents:
Executor--John Jackson of Shadwell Dock.
Witnesses--Bartholomew Delaney, Thos. Cross.
Exd.--John Phillips Proctor.
Bp. of London Registry, 1766.

Probate of Will of Thomas Yardley of the parish of St. Bartholomew the Great  HB/D/011  1769

Contents:
Executrix--Elizabeth Yardley his wife.
Witnesses--Paul Chotard, Eliz. Pickering.
Exd.--Richard Cheslyn Cresswell, Parson.
Proved, P.C.C.

Probate of Will of James Haslam of Upper Thames Street, Wine Merchant  HB/D/012  1790

Contents:
Executors--William Berry of Lissam Green, Midd. and William Kline of Mile End Old Town and John Man.
Witnesses--Thomas Burope, Wm. Merefield.
Pd. P.C.C.

Probate of Will of Nicholas Levett, Cutler of London, of St. Botolph Billingsgate parish  HB/D/013  5 Anne, 1705

Contents:
Executors--John Levett of Heath, Oxon, and John White-hill, Brewer of London.
Witnesses--Jacob Edge, Edwd. Lawrence Joshua, draper.
Pd. P.C.C.

Copy Will of Elizabeth Kent for Probate  HB/D/014  1702

Contents:
Executor--Walter Kent.
Bequest to the poor of the parishes of St. Giles Cripplegate and St. Michael Bassishaw.
Witnesses--Roger Venneston, Mary Banks, Edwd. Whincop

Probate of Will of James Pillfold of Talbot Court, Gracechurch Street, Vintner, of this date  HB/D/015  1762

Contents:
Executors--Alexander Pillfold, William Syms of Pudding Lane, Wine Merchant.
Witnesses--Antho. Benn, Tho. Benn, Geo. Jemmett.
Pd. P.C.C.; 1764

Probate of Will of Bridget Currer of St. Anne 'Blackfryers' of this date  HB/D/016  1716

Contents:
Executrix--Penelope Blake.
Witnesses--Robert Adams, Henry Cooper, John Clarke, in the house late Sir Thomas Rawlinson's in the 'Old Bayly.'
Pd. P.C.C. 1722.

Deed Poll--Devise. (Two Deeds.)  HB/D/017  1710

Contents:
Anna Chambers to Monnox Chambers.
Witnesses--Mary Cave, John Cave at Loriners Hall.

Indenture of Lease  HB/D/018  II Geo. II. 1737

Contents:
1. William Sawbridge of Milk Street, Mercer, and Kenrick Sheibell of Cheapside, 'Linnen' Draper, Executors of the Will of Mary Sheibell of Suffolk Street.
2. Thomas Hernon of St. Martin in the Fields, Apothecary.
Messuage in Suffolk Street.
Witnesses--Walter Butler, John Sheibell.

Probate of Will of Amelia Lee of Swithin's Lane, of this date  HB/D/019  1767

Contents:
Executors--Robert Ellis, Mr. Thomas Constable of Ab-church Lane.
Witnesses--Jno. Turner, T. C. Bateman, Ann Shaw.
Pd. P.C.C. 1768.

Indenture of Release  HB/D/020  4 Anne, 1705

Contents:
1. Dame Judith Sambrooke, relict of Sir Jeremy Sambrooke.
2. Samuel Sambrooke and Jeremy Sambrooke and John Sambrooke of London, sons and Executors.
Inventory of Furniture at Bush hills, Edmonton, and house in St. Michael Bassishaw, attached.
Witnesses--Saml. Whyle, Edward Skeate, Rob. Leadsman.

Marriage Settlement  HB/D/021  4 Geo. II. 1741

11 Skins.

Contents:
1. Hannah Coxe.
2. William Coxe, Doctor in 'Physick,' son.
3. John Fawler of the Navy Office and William Belitha of Teddington.
4. Barbara Clerke, dau. of Talbot Clerke of Durant Hall, Chesterfield.
5. Richard Hollings of Lincolns Inn, Solicitor General to the Prince of Wales, William Battie of London, doctor of 'Physick,' William Melmoth the younger of Lincolns Inn and James Mundy of the Inner Temple.
Messuages near Temple 'Barr' in the parish of St. Clement Danes, between Temple 'Barr' and Butchers 'Rowe'; in Church Lane in St. Botolph without Aldgate parish; Sugar house, Thames street; mess in. Oxfordshire; in Creed Lane in St. Martin Ludgate parish, formerly in the occupation of Launcelott Andrews, Doctor in Divinity and afterwards of Theodore Gulston; land in the precinct of St. Martin Le Grand; the Crown without Aldgate in St. 'Butolph's' Parish.
Witnesses--W. Mundy, Jno. Swale, H. Leuten.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/D/022  9 Geo. I. 1723

Contents:
1. John Roberts of St. Paul, Covent Garden.
2. John Bradshaw, Stationer of London.
Messuages in Leadenhall Street in St. Andrew Undershaft Parish.
Witnesses--John Curryer, Hen. Pratt.

Indenture of Lease (Counterpart)  HB/D/023  24 Geo. II. 1751

Contents:
1. Nathaniel Wilkes of Wenden Lofts, Essex. Thomas Plumber Byde of Ware Park, Herts.
2. John Hodges of Princes Street in the parish of St. Margaret Lothbury.
Messuage in Princes Street above mentioned near the Crown.
Witnesses--Jacob Wright, Joseph Hodges.
Schedule of Fixtures attached.

Probate of Will of Hugh Castleman of Calcutta, of this date  HB/D/024  1784

Contents:
Executors--Richard Plimpton, Thomas Paiddle, Caleb Talbot, Hugh Darly, Richardson McVeagh.
Witnesses--William Kneller, John Casey, B. Corfe, Thomas Spence.
Pd. P.C.C. 1789.

Probate of Will of George Behrens  HB/D/025  1739/40

Contents:
Leasehold property in Lime Street and in Camberwell.
Executor--Mr. John Robins.
Witnesses--Edmund Orlabeer, Katharine Stallard.

Probate of Will of William Thornthwaite of St. Paul's Churchyard, Woollen Draper  HB/D/026  1780

Contents:
Mentions Queens Arms Tavern, Newgate street.
Executors--Thomas Thornthwaite of Paternoster Row.
Edward Sheppard of Basinghall Street, factor, and Mary Thornthwaite, his wife.
Witness--Jas. Weston, Grays Inn.
Affidavit of brother Joseph Thornthwaite as to due execution of Will attached.
Pd. P.C.C. 1780.

Probate of Will of Thomas Peak, of this date  HB/D/027  1788

Contents:
No Executors appointed. Not witnessed.
Affidavit of Thomas Wilson and David Jones of Friday Street as to the identity of handwriting and signature of Thomas Peak attached. 1793.
Pd. P.C.C. 1793.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/D/028  13 Geo. II. 1739

Contents:
1. James Pollexfen of St. John's Westminster.
2. Henry Pollexfen of St. 'Buttolph' without Bishopsgate.
Messuages in Jacob Street in the parishes of St. Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey and St. Olave Southwark.
Witnesses--Thos. Perkins, St. Jno. Harding.

To lead the uses of a Fine  HB/D/029  10 Anne [1711/12]

Contents:
1. Daniel Fox Girdler of London and Elizabeth his wife.
2. John Curry Scrivener and William Curry, 'Merchan-taylor' of London.
3. George Rogers of London.
4. John Wheatley of London.
Messuages in Leadenhall Street in the parish of St. Andrew Undershaft.
Witnesses--John Wheatley junr., Moses Peters, Samuel Bond.

Apparently Indenture of Release, Henry Swaysland to John Seawell  HB/D/030  n.d

Incomplete. (1 skin only.)

Contents:
Endorsed--Morley, 1720.
Fortescue.
Mortgage of 5 houses in Thames Street.
Also Morley's Release to Finch of Premises at Cobham 1694.

Indenture of Release  HB/D/031  12 Geo. I. 1725

Contents:
1. George Bell of the parish of St. Bartholomew the Great, weaver and Dacy his wife.
2. Dacy Bell junior.
3. William Oakly of 'Petty Coat' Lane, weaver.
Messuages in Charterhouse Lane in the parish of St. Sepulchres.
Witnesses--William Holliday, Daniell Dobinson, William Workman, Rowland Greatson.

Probate of Will of Thomas Stone of Dorset Street in the Parish of St. Bride  HB/D/032  1790

Contents:
Executor--John Stone.
Witnesses--Esther Green, Wm. Bush.
Pd. P.C.C. 1790.

Probate of the Will of Robert Walker of Harp Alley in the parish of St. Bride  HB/D/033  26 Geo. III. 1786

Contents:
His house being in Shoe Lane at the corner of Harp Alley.
Executors--Edward Griffin of Tufton Street, Westminster, and Robert Buttle of York Street, Covent Garden.
Witnesses--G. Griffin, R. Parker.
Pd. P.C.C. 1786.

Will of William (Ld. Villiers)  HB/D/034  1721

the last two words are missing, part of the Will having been cut away.

Contents:
Executors--Thomas Chiffinch, and Shuckburgh Sill of Castlethrup, Bucks.
Witnesses--J. Rogers, Elizabeth Yeats, Martha Churchille.
Endorsed 'Earle of Jersey's Will.'

Probate of Will of John Norman of 'Lawrance' Pountney Hill, Dry Salter  HB/D/035  1791

Contents:
Executors--Thos. Norman of Cannon Street, and John Horton of 'Lawrance' Pountney Lane.
Witnesses--Peter Smith, Mary Smith.
Pd. P.C.C. 1791.

Probate of Will of Thomas Smith of Cornhill, Cordwainer  HB/D/036  1791

Contents:
Executor--Samuel Beddome of Long Lane, Southwark.
Witnesses--Garnet Terry, Nath. Davies, Lothbury.
Pd. P.C.C. 1791.

Probate of the Will of William Negus of Monkwell Street, Watch motion maker  HB/D/037  1707

Contents:
Executors--Robert Atkins of Lambs Buildings, Bunhill Row and John Angold of Mile End Road.
Witnesses--Wm. Matanle, P. Matanle.

Probate of Will of Andrew Roy of this date  HB/D/038  1725

2 skins

Contents:
Will written in French. Translation in English attached
Executors--Nicholas Roy, and Peter Mottet.
Witnesses--Arnold Roermond, Arnold Vollenhoven, P. de Marolles Public Notary.
Pd. P.C.C. 1727.

Indenture of Release  HB/D/039  19 Geo. II. 1746

Contents:
1. Jeremiah Gardiner, Mercer of London.
2. Henry Adams of St. Margaret's Westminster.
Messuages in Kingshead Court in the parish of St. Leonard, Shoreditch.
Witnesses--Wm. Meadows, Philip Worlidge.

Marriage Settlement  HB/D/040  3 Geo. II. 1729

Contents:
1. Francis Cross of the parish of St. Dunstan Stepney, Merchant Taylor.
2. Margaret Maurice.
3. John Jocelyn and Charles Smith, Girdler of London.
Witnesses--Susanna Pidmarsh, William Pidmarsh, Eliz. Lukin, Sarah Jocelyn.

Probate of Will of Mary Wright of this date  HB/D/041  6 Geo. I. 1720

Contents:
Executors--Mary Wright and William Wright.
Witnesses--Eliz. Bonner, Adam Bonner.
Pd. P.C.C. 1721.

Indenture of Assignment and further Assignment endorsed on it  HB/D/042  12 Geo. II. 1738 & 1750


Related information: See HB/D/028 and 044

Contents:
1. John Scott, Salter of London.
2. James Pollexfen of the parish of St. John the Evangelist, Westminster.
3. Thomas Pilling of Staines and Ann his wife.
4. Ezekiel Stanney of Staines, Maltster.
Messuages in Jacob Street in the parishes of St. Mary Magdalen Bermondsey and St. Olave in Southwark.
Witnesses--M. Fuller, Thos. Wilson.

Probate of Will of John Rogers of Turnmill Street  HB/D/043  1781

Contents:
Executrix--Ann Rogers, his wife.
Witnesses--Wm. Scott, John Laurence.
Pd. P.C.C. 1781.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/D/044  20 Geo. II. 1746


Related information: See HB/D/042

Contents:
1. Henry Pollexfen.
2. Ezekiel Stanney of Staines.
Messuages in Jacob Street in the parishes of St. Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey and St. Olave Southwark.
Witnesses--Sam. Coates, Thos. Hunt.

Probate of Will of William Potter of London, Goldsmith, of this date  HB/D/045  1717

Contents:
Executrix--Elizabeth Potter, his wife.
Witnesses--J. Crosbie, J. Annyson, Eliz. Kekewich.
Pd. P.C.C. 1724.

Probate of Will of Richard Rogerson, Carpenter of London  HB/D/046  1723

Contents:
Mentions lands etc., in 'Kings head Courte' in 'White Crosse Streete' in the parish of St. Giles Cripplegate, and in the Bagnio yard in the parish of Christ Church, London.
Executrix--Alicia Rogerson his wife.
Witnesses--William Pocklington, Wm. Pockington jun. Margaret Candim.
Pd. P.C.C. 1723.

Indenture of Assignment  HB/D/047  9 Geo. II. 1736

Contents:
1. Samuel Gee.
2. Rebecca Osgood, Wm. Tullie, John Elliott, James West, Edward Price, Charles Fowler, John Andrews, Robert Hucks, Richard Pate, Henry Harper, Jacob Harvey (Trustees for Repair of Highways, between Hampstead, St. Pancras etc., and to receive Tolls).
Mentions Henry Samuel Eyre.
Witnesses--He. Hervey, St. John Harding.

Indenture of Mortgage  HB/D/048  9 Geo. I. 1723

Contents:
1. William Laban, Haberdasher of London.
2. Robert Lovell, Carpenter of London.
Land called Swanfield in the hamlet of 'Bethnall' alias 'Bednal' Green in the parish of St. Dunstan's Stepney in Bacon Street.
Mentions Thomas Bacon, adjacent landowner.
Witnesses--John Dee, Tho. Dellar, scrivener in Queens Street, 'Southwarke Parke.'

Indenture of Mortgage  HB/D/049  7 Geo. II. 1754

Contents:
1. Thomas Flight, Carpenter of London.
2. Mary Smith of Sweetings Alley by the Royal Exchange.
Messuages in 'Pater Noster' Row in the parish of St. Faith under St. Paul's.
Witness--Joseph Flight, Geo. Baskerville.

Indenture of Release  HB/D/050  8 Geo. I. 1722


Related information: See HB/D/031, 052, 083, 106.

Contents:
1. Thomas Long the Elder of Rosemary Lane, Merchant Taylor of London and Thomas Long the younger of the parish of St. 'Margarett' Westminster, Tallow Chandler.
2. George Bell of the parish of St. Bartholomew the Great, Weaver.
Messuages known as the 'Cat and Fidle,' the 'Red Lyon' in Charterhouse Lane in the parish of St. Sepulchres without Newgate.
Witnesses--James Parke, David Mowbray, Richard Jones.

Administration of Will of Daniel Channier of the parish of St. Stephen Coleman Street  HB/D/051  1741

Contents:
No Executors appointed. No witnesses.
Affidavit as to identity of Testator by James Theodore Muyssen, and Philip de Visnes, before Robert Chapman, Surrogate.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/D/052  12 Geo. I. 1725


Related information: See HB/D/031,050, 083.

Contents:
1. George Bell of the parish of St. Bartholomew the Great, Weaver.
2. William Oakly of 'Petty Coat' Lane.
Messuages in Charterhouse Lane in the parish of St. Sepulchres.
Witnesses--Wm. Holliday, Daniell Dobison, Wm. Workman.

Probate of the Will of Samuel Ximenes, otherwise Ximenes Pereira  HB/D/053  1764

Contents:
Executrix--Rachel Ximenes Pereira, formerly de Pinto.
Witnesses--Sauvan Munster, Hermanne Tobrere.

Indenture of Lease  HB/D/054  5 Anne, 1706

Contents:
1. Henry Parsons of London.
2. John Tomlinson, Butcher of London.
Fishmonger's shop in the Fish Market in Leadenhall 'Markett.'
Witnesses--Tho. Woodford, Hum. Parsons, Jos. Hartwell.

Marriage Settlement  HB/D/055  2 Geo. I. 1715

Contents:
1. Hannah Cooper of the parish of St. 'Buttolph' near Billingsgate, Spinster.
2. John Blandford, Draper of London and James Jordan, Mercer of London.
3. Thomas Dutton of the parish of St. Bride's.
4. David Waller, 'Imbroiderer' of London.
Messuages in parish of St. Olave alias St. Tooley in Southwark in 'Horsey Downe' Lane near the White Swan and the Black Bear.
Witnesses--Lewis Humphreys, Joshua Hall.

Copy Will of Richard Whiten of the parish of St. Sepulchre  HB/D/056  1777

Contents:
Estate at Chobham, Surrey.
Leasehold messuage in Snow Hill in the parish of St. Sepulchre.
Messuage at Weston Green in Thames Ditton.
Executrix--Letitia Whiten his wife.
Witnesses--William Robinson, Linen Draper, Holborn Bridge, William Robbins, Grocer, Holborn Bridge, H. Fothergill of Bedford Row, Attorney at Law.

Indenture of Lease  HB/D/057  12 Geo. II. 1738

Contents:
1. The Rev. Hugh Wyatt, Rector of St. Alphage within 'Criplegate' and Thomas Reynolds, Bricklayer and Clement Hart, Mason, Churchwardens.
2. Edward Gibbs, Carpenter, of London.
Messuages in the above mentioned parish near Cripplegate and the London Wall.
Witnesses--Thomas Tussingham, Thomas Derby.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/D/058  9 Anne, 1710


Related information: See HB/D/059,065,067

Contents:
1. Thomas Payne, Goldsmith of London.
2. William Elderton, Apothecary of London.
Messuage in Nightingale lane in the parish of St. 'Buttolph' without Aldgate.
Witnesses--John Mathews, Saml. Symonds, Nath. Pearce.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/D/059  4 Geo. I. 1718


Related information: See HB/D/066

Contents:
1. Nathaniel Pearce, Goldsmith of London.
2. John Payne of London.
Messuages in Nightingale Lane and Sun yard in the parish of Saint 'Buttolph' without Aldgate, heretofore belonging to Thomas Payne.
Witnesses--Jane Weller, Daniell Brattell, Corn. Dutch jun.

Indenture of Lease (Counterpart)  HB/D/060  4 Anne, 1705

Contents:
1. Henry Parsons of London.
2. William Hutton, Fishmonger of London.
Messuages in Leadenhall Fish 'Markett.'
Witnesses--Richd. Beser, Benja. Mawson.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/D/061  8 Ann, 1709

Contents:
1. Charles Yeomans, Goldsmith of London.
2. Francis Yeomans, Haberdasher of London.
Piece of ground in Hatfield street in the parish of 'Gyles' without Cripplegate.
Witnesses--Jno. Cuthbert, Frances Deane, Edmond Yeomans.

Grant of Lights  HB/D/062  12 Wm. III. 1700


Related information: See HB/D/059,065,067.

Contents:
1. Daniell Foxe, Merchant taylor of London.
2. Micajah Perry.
Messuages in Billiter Lane in 'Leadenhall-streete' in the parish of St. Katherine Creechurch.
Witnesses--John Bird, John Lingard, Tho. Dewbay.

Copy Deed Poll--Assignment  HB/D/063  1769

Contents:
John Jacob of Colman Street.
Pieces of ground in Sclater Street in the parish of St. Matthew Bethnal Green.
No names of witnesses.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/D/064  1 Geo. II. 1727

Contents:
1. Mary Cheney of Bartholomew Lane.
2. Thomas Eden Merchant Taylor of London.
Land in 'Bridgefeild,' Bartholomew Lane (?) abutting west on land of -- Staples.
Witnesses--Sam. Chester, Will. Clissold.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale.  HB/D/065  9 Anne, 1710


Related information: See HB/D/058,059,066,067

Contents:
1. Thomas Payne, Goldsmith of London.
2. John Matthews, Goldsmith of London.
Messuages in Nightingale lane near East Smithfield in the parish of St. Botolph without Aldgate.
Witnesses--William Elderton, Nath. Pearse.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/D/066  11 Anne, 1712


Related information: See HB/D/058,059,065,067.

Contents:
1. Charles Bratle of London.
2. Nathaniel Pearce, Goldsmith of London.
Messuage in Sun Yard in Nightingale Lane in the parish of St. 'Buttolph' without Aldgate.
Witnesses--Joshua Snowdin, Ra. Snowdin.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/D/067  9 Anne, 1710


Related information: See HB/D/058,059,065,066.

Contents:
1. Thomas Payne, Goldsmith of London.
2. Nathaniell Peirce, Goldsmith of London.
Messuage in Nightingale lane at the corner turning into Sun yard in the parish of St. 'Buttolph' without Aldgate.
Witnesses--William Elderton, Charles Brattell, Saml. Symonds.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/D/068  3 Geo. I. 1717

Contents:
1. James Bourne of the parish of St. Clements Danes, 'Perry Wigg' Maker.
2. John Hibbert, Skinner of London.
Messuages etc., in Great Saint Bartholomew Close.
Witnesses--Rob. Sherwin, Jo. Harison, Christopher Taylor.

Draft Assignment  HB/D/069  1790

Contents:
1. Jane Revely of Blackheath, Kent.
2. R.t. Honble. Sir Richard Worsley of Appuldurcombe Park, Isle of Wight.
Piece of ground in Clifford Street in the parish of St. James, Westminster.

Attested Copy Indenture of Mortgage  HB/D/070  7 Geo. I. 1720


Related information: See HB/D/071 & 074.

Contents:
1. The Most Noble John Duke of Montagu.
2. John Baynes of the Inner Temple and Edmund Dummer of Lincolns Inn.
3. The Hon. Sir James Mountagu.
Messuages in the Parish of St. 'Buttolphs' without Aldersgate alias 'Aldridgegate,' and the Conduit House, Clerkenwell and Conduit pipe.
Witnesses--Tho. Dummer, Richard Porte, William Buitt.
Exd. 1788. Wm. Hayward, Mark Geary, Clerks to Messrs.
Weston, Fenchurch Street.

Attested Copy Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/D/071  6 Geo. I. 1720


Related information: See HB/D/070,072,073,074.

Contents:
1. The Most Noble John, Duke of Montagu.
2. John Baynes of the Inner Temple and Edmund Dummer of Lincolns Inn.
Messuages in the parish of St. 'Buttolphs' without Aldersgate and Conduit house in Clerkenwell.
Witnesses--Samuell Booth, Will. Bernard, John Coode.
Exd. 1788. John Porke, jun., George Reeves, Clerks to Messrs. Weston, Fenchurch Street.

Attested Copy Exemplification of Recovery  HB/D/072  6 Geo. I. [1719/20]


Related information: See HB/D/070,071,073,074.

Contents:
Thomas Dummer, John Elrington, and John Baynes and Edmund Dummer.
Messuages in the parish of St. 'Buttolphs,' Aldersgate and Conduit house in Clerkenwell.
Exd. J. Weston, Wm. Hayward, 1788.

Attested Copy Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/D/073  9 Geo. I. 1722


Related information: See HB/D/070,072,074.

Contents:
1. The Most Noble John Duke of Montagu, John Baynes of the Inner Temple and Edmund Dummer of Lincolns Inn.
2. Lancelot Dawbigen and William Braban of St. Dunstans in the West.
Messuages in St. 'Buttolphs' without Aldersgate and Conduit House in Clerkenwell.
Witnesses--Tho. Dummer, Richd. Porte.
Exd. 1788. W. Hayward, Mark Geary, Clerks to Messrs.
Westons, Fenchurch Street.

Attested Copy of Indenture of Release  HB/D/074  9 Geo. I. 1722


Related information: See HB/D/070 &073.

Contents:
1. The Most Noble John Duke of Montagu.
2. John Baynes of the Inner Temple and Edmund Dummer of Lincolns Inn.
3. The Rt. Hon. Sir James Montagu, Lord Chief Baron of the Court of Exchequer.
4. Lancelot Dawbigen and William Braban.
Messuages etc., in the parish of St. 'Buttolphes' without Aldersgate and a Conduit house in Clerkenwell &c.
Witnesses--Tho. Dummer, Richd. Porte.
Exd. 1788. George Reeves, Mark Geary, Clerks to Messrs.
Weston, Fenchurch Street.

Attested Copy Probate of the Will of Charles Montagu, of this date  HB/D/075  1757

Contents:
Refers to house in Hanover Square.
Executor--Frederick Montagu, his son.
Affidavit of Thomas Clarke and John Law of Clements Inn as to Testator's signature, 1759.
Exd. 1788, George Reeves, Timothy O'Leary, Clerks to Messrs. Weston, Fenchurch Street.

Probate of the Will of Mary Girardot Buissieres  HB/D/076  1754

Contents:
Mentions the French Church in Threadneedle Street, and in St. Martin Orgars Parish, the French Charity called 'La Soupe' in 'Spital Fields.'
Witnesses--Fran. Duroure, Tho. Upton.

Marriage Settlement  HB/D/077  8 Anne, 1709

Contents:
1. Philip Rogerson, Carpenter of London and Richard Rogerson his son.
2. Henry Lambe of Colchester, and Alicia Lambe.
3. Richard King, Merchant Taylor of London and Robert Lambe, Leatherseller of London.
Messuages in White Cross Street in the parish of St. Giles without 'Cripple Gate' near to the Comon Hall of St. Giles without 'Cripple Gate,' belonging to the Guild or fraternity of St. Giles without 'Cripple Gate.'
Witnesses--Jos. Hunt, John Marsh.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/D/078  9 Anne, 1710

Contents:
1. Sir Francis Child, Alderman of London, James Duke of Ormond, Charles Lord 'Hallifax,' Lionel Cranfield 'Earle of Dorsett.'
2. John Waller of St. Paul's Covent Garden.
Messuages called the Black 'Lyon' in the parish of St. Mary le Strand, alias Savoy, and the Blackmores Head, the White 'Swann.'
Witnesses--Ben. Portlock, John Horsfield, Ben Collet, Lew. Theobald, John Moore, Edward Millward, Tho. Parkinson, Sackvile Bale.

Probate of Will of John Noquier of the parish of St. Stephen Coleman Street  HB/D/079  1736

Contents:
In French with Translation into English.
Mentions the French Hospital called the 'Providence' without London, Charity house in 'Spittlefields.'
Executors--Andrew Girardot of Winchester Street, London, John Girardot of Brewer Street in the parish of St. James Westminster, Fulerand Mourgues of Winchester Street.
Witnesses--Peter van --,--,Hen. Bannett
(Names much rubbed.)

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/D/080  12 Anne, 1713

Contents:
1. John Travers of London.
2. John Hibbert, Skinner of London.
Messuages in St. Anne's Lane in the parish of St. Anne and Agnes within Aldersgate, and in St. Martin Le Grand in the passage leading to the 'Fountaine taverne.'
Witnesses--John Marsh, Rob. Harte.

Deed Poll--Assignment  HB/D/081  1719

Contents:
Peter Foster to Richard and Sarah Merry and Mary Foster.
Pieces of land in Denzhill Lane in the parish of Allhallows the Less in the Ward of Dowgate.
Witnesses--Roger Husbands, Jo. Henshawe.

Probate of Will of Frances Smith, wife of Thomas Smith of 'Suffolke' Lane, Cannon Street, London, of this date  HB/D/082  1778

Contents:
Copyhold Messuage in Isleworth of the Manor of Isleworth Syon.
Executor--Thomas Smith.
Witnesses--Ann Bowling, Edwd. Mounteney, South Sea House, Rd. Jones of Castle Yard Holborn.
Pd. P.C.C. 1785.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/D/083  30 Geo. 11


Related information: See HB/D/031,050,052.

Contents:
1. David Buffar of Cheapside, Woollen draper and Mary his wife.
2. Samuel Gray of Saint John's Lane in the parish of St. John Clerkenwell, Bricklayer.
Messuages in Charterhouse Lane in the parish of St. Sepulchre without Newgate, one called the Sun and another the Moon and in Crown Alley there.
Witnesses--M. Sierra, Geo. Chidley.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/D/084  5 Geo. I. 1718

Contents:
1. Lois Thornebury, Spinster.
2. Needler Webb, scrivener of London.
Messuages in Thames Street near to the North Gate Way or entrance into 'Queenhith' in the parish of St. Michael 'Queenhith' and in Little Trinity Lane in the same parish.
Witnesses--Wm. Hutchins, Wm. Tripp, Tho. Kirkwood.

Probate of Will of Joseph Dawson, Merchant Taylor of London, of this date  HB/D/085  1735

Contents:
Messuage at or near Holborn Bridge, in the parish of St. Andrew Holborn.
Executors--Obadiah Jones and Susanna his wife.
Witnesses--Anthony King, E. Hannell, Tho. Haywood, of Thavies Inn.
Pd. P.C.C. 1736.

Marriage Settlement. Tripartite  HB/D/086  (Date cut out.) [1773]

Contents:
Names cut off. William Plumley, Mary Rogers and Sarah Rogers and Charles Eyre.
Messuage on Ludgate Hill in the parish of St. Bride called the 'Cross Keys.'
Witnesses--Geo. Nicholl, Isabella Battie, Ebenezer Evans, Newgate Street, Charles Walker, Budge Row.

Indenture of Release  HB/D/087  II Geo. I. 1724

Contents:
1. Hilliard Hely of St. Andrews 'Holbourn' and Elizabeth his wife.
2. Martha Hill of Cheshunt.
Messuages in Mill Lane and 'Toolies' Street, alias St. Olave Street in Southwark.
Witnesses--Barnaby Dunston, Jm. Andrews.

Probate of the Will of Laughleane Mackleane Leader, of the parish of St. Bartholomew the Great, of this date  HB/D/088  1759

Contents:
Executrix--Rebecca Leader.
Witnesses--Thos. Earl, Richard Brewer.
Pd. P.C.C. 1772.

Copy Will of John Grant, of Newgate Street  HB/D/089  1794

Contents:
Executors--His wife, Thomas Weston, Wilfred Read.
Witnesses--(Names not inserted.)

Defeazance  HB/D/090  16 Geo. II. 1742

Contents:
1. Richard Long, Goldsmith of London.
2. John Campion of St. Botolph Bishopsgate parish, 'Joyner.'
Messuage in Tower Street, in the parish of St. Dunstan in the East.
Witnesses--Edward Grove, Richard Walsh.

Indenture of Lease  HB/D/091  29 Geo. II. 1755

Contents:
1. The Mayor and Commonalty of the City of London.
2. Edmund Smith, Clothworker, and Peregrine East, Mercer of London, Executors of Sir William Smith, Alderman, deed.
Messuages in Mitre Court and in a Court adjoining St. James Church, Dukes place within Aldgate.
Examined. D. Seaman, Comptroller of the Chamber of the City of London. Seal attached.
No witnesses.

Indenture of Lease (Counterpart)  HB/D/092  5 Anne 1706

Contents:
1. John Terry, Mercer of London.
2. John John (sic) Wade, Founder of London.
Messuage in St. Ann's lane in the parish of St. Ann's Aldersgate.
Witnesses--Ann Manson, James Clowes, scrivener in St. Ann's Lane.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/D/093  7 Anne 1708

Contents:
1. Thomas Jenkings, Turner of London and John Cholmley of St. Olave's, 'Southwarke.'
2. George Worsley of the same parish.
Messuage called the 'White Lyon and peper Querne in Gratious street alias Grace Church streete' in the parish of St. Peter Cornhill.
Witnesses--Abram Pocock, John Taylor, Jno. Elliott.

Indenture Covenant  HB/D/094  4 Anne, 1705

Contents:
1. Mayor and Commonalty of the City of London, Governors of the Hospitals of Christ, Bridewell and St. Thomas.
2. William Graves, 'Fletcher' of London.
On appointment of William Graves as Artsmaster in Bridewell 'Hospitall.'--Certain rooms assigned to him in the Hospital.
Witnesses--Ben Pimme, Jo. Turner.

Probate of Will of George Gerard of Bridewell Precinct  HB/D/095  1794

Contents:
Executor--William Gerard brother.
Witnesses--Bettey Batty, Sarah Burden, John Stewart, Doctors Commons.
Pd. P.C.C. 1794.

Probate of Will of Rebecca Leader of Great Moorgate, of this date  HB/D/096  25 George III. 1795

Contents:
Mentions Mary Tyler of Bow Street, Cloth Fair.
Executors--Sarah Saville, Rebecca Wright.
Witnesses--James Cook Lush, Richard Welsh.
Pd. P.C.C. 1798. George Silk, Proctor, Doctors Commons.

Probate of Will of William Corke of Newgate Street, Cheesemonger, of this date  HB/D/097  1766

Contents:
Executors--John Douthwaite, Walter Matthews, Sarah Corke, his wife. Houses in Aldersgate Street.
Witnesses--John Moreing, Mary Green, Fra. Green.
Pd. P.C.C. 1770.

Probate of the Will of Richard Dance of Trinity Lane  HB/D/098  1784

Contents:
To be buried in the parish church of St. Michael Royal, College Hill.
Executors--Benjamin Rouse of the Hand in hand fire office.
Mentions Thomas Kelham.
Witnesses--John Quilter, William Davies.
Pd. P.C.C. 1784.

Marriage Settlement  HB/D/099  3 George III. 1763

Contents:
1. John Evans of the precinct of St. Catherines near the Tower, distiller.
2. Mary Clarke of the same place.
3. John Clarke of Ratcliffe Row in the parish of St. Lukes and Samuel Evans of the precinct of St. Catherines.
Messuages in St. Catherines precinct.
Witnesses--Jno. Coverly, Rd. Prichard.

Indenture of Lease  HB/D/100  8 George I. 1722


Related information: See HB/D/050

Contents:
1. Thomas Long the Elder of Rosemary Lane, Merchant Taylor of London and Thomas Long the younger of St. Margaret Westminster parish.
2. George Bell of St. Bartholomew the Great, weaver.
Messuages called the Cat & Fiddle, and the 'Red Lyon' in Charterhouse Lane in St. Sepulchres without Newgate.
Witnesses--James Parks, David Mowbray, Richard Jones.

Indenture of Lease (Counterpart)  HB/D/101  7 George I. 1720

Contents:
1. William Thorold, Rector of St. Martin's Ludgate and Thomas Wells and William Harris, Churchwardens of the same parish.
2. Henry Sisson, Bowyer of London.
Messuage in 'Hollyday' yard in the same parish.
Witnesses--Rob. Gill, John Rogers.

Indenture of Lease  HB/D/102  26 George III. 1786

Contents:
1. Albon Creaton of Tower Street.
2. John Whitington of Ratcliff Highway in the parish of St. Paul, Shadwell.
Piece of ground in intended new street leading from Ratcliff Highway to the Back Lane in the above mentioned parish.
Witnesses--John Thomas, Mary Parslow.
Assignment endorsed on Deed.

Probate of Will of Jane Milbourne of the parish of St. Sepulchre's, of this date  HB/D/103  2 Geo. II. 1728

Contents:
Executor--Humphrey Gallimore.
Witnesses--Pen. Kekewich, Edw. Steevens, Robt. Bending.
Pd. P.C.C. 1729.

Indenture of Release  HB/D/104  3 Geo. II. 1730

Contents:
1. Samuel Marsh, Haberdasher of London.
2. Esther Barker of Hampstead.
Lands etc. in Shorne, Kent.
Messuages in 'Wallbrooke' in the parish of St. Stephens, in the ward of St. Stephens, 'Wallbrooke.'
Witnesses--Fotherely Baker, Hen. Jacomb.

Probate of Will of Richard Bowater, Mercer of London and of the parish of Kingsbury, Middlesex, of this date  HB/D/105  1719

Contents:
Messuages etc. in Kingsbury and Willesden and house in 'Pancrasse' Lane in the parish of St. Bennett 'Sheerhogg,' Manor etc. at Woolwich and Greenwich.
Executor--Richard Bowater, nephew.
Witnesses--William Newman of Wemly, Nathan Movetty, John Hayward of Kingsbury.
Pd. P.C.C. 1726.

Probate of Will of William Burgess of the Goldsmiths Arms, Albion Buildings, Aldersgate Street of this date  HB/D/106  1796

Contents:
Messuages in Old Jewry called 'the three Crowns,' and in Newgate Street called the 'Magpye.'
Executors--Louisa Burgess, John Atkins of 5 John Street, Spital Fields, Stephen Dodson of White Cross Street.
Witnesses--Jas. Callow, Robart Williamson, Jas. Ronalds.
Pd. P.C.C. 1799.

Probate of Will of John Nutt, stationer in the precinct of the Savoy  HB/D/107  1716

Contents:
Executors--Elizabeth his wife.
Witnesses--L. Grenewell, Jane Holloway, Wm. Davis.
Pd. P.C.C. 1716.

Indenture of Lease  HB/D/108  7 George I. 1720

Contents:
1. Philip Dacres, Grocer of London, John Gidney, 'Merchanttailor' of London, Trustees of Humphrey Murray late of 'Pensilvana.'
2. Samuel Richardson, 'Joyner' of London.
Messuage on Little Towerhill in St. 'Buttolph' Aldgate parish.
Witnesses--Will. Ferris, Edward Ford.

Copy Will of Francis Hayes of the Inner Temple, of this date  HB/D/109  1713

Contents:
Messuages in High 'Holborne' called the 'Redlyon' Inn.
'Mannors' of Whitchurch cum Milborne, Wilts, and Thurrock in Essex, Marsh lands in Sheppey, Kent.
Executors--John Bourne of 'Sweethings' Rents, Wm. Bishop of 'Grayes' Inn, Thomas Bubb.
Witnesses--George Wanley, Thos. Cotton, James Rock.
Pd. 1717.

Attested Copy of Indenture of Release of this date  HB/D/110  32 Geo. III. 1791

Contents:
1. Thomas Skinner, Alderman of London and John Blake, of Essex Street, Strand.
2. Nathaniel Wright of Aldersgate Street.
3. William Lloyd of Wadham College, Oxford.
4. Thomas Linnell of Bell Street, St. Marylebone.
5. George Barr of Park Street, St. George's Hanover Square.
Piece of ground, called Bell field and messuages in St. Marylebone between Lisson Green and Paddington.
Witnesses--Peter Hill, Alex. Strong, Wm. Roberts of Oxenden Street and Jno. Timbrell.
Exd. 1801. J. Street, Jno. Roberts, Clerks.

Indenture of Lease  HB/D/111  12 Anne. 1713

Contents:
1. John Terry, Mercer of London.
2. Daniell Sheppard, Plumber of London.
Messuage in St. Anns lane in St. Ann and St. Agnes parish within Aldersgate, near tenement of John Wade, Founder and near the passage leading into the 'Fountaine' Tavern.
Schedule of fixtures attached.
Witnesses--John Neale, James Clowes, scrivener in St. Ann's Tavern.

Indenture of Release  HB/D/112  2 George I. 1715

Contents:
1. Peter Foster, Grocer of London, and Dorothy his wife.
2. William Knight, 'Plumer' of London.
Piece of land and messuages thereon in 'halfe moon Ally' in St. 'Buttolph' without Bishospgate.
Plan attached.
Witnesses--John Taverner, John Ellis, James Ravens.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/D/113  6 Anne. 1707


Related information: See HB/D/114.

Contents:
1. Mary Laughton of St. Ann and St. Agnes within Aldersgate parish and William Laughton.
2. Edward Bowcher, Carpenter of London.
Messuages in Dolphin Court in Noble Street in the above mentioned parish.
Witnesses--St. Husband, Joseph Bird, John Bird.

Indenture of Assignment  HB/D/114  6 Anne. 1707


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Contents:
1. Thomas Staples, Draper of London and Mary his wife.
2. Mary Laughton and William Laughton.
3. Edward Bowcher, Carpenter of London.
4. John Clarke, Girdler of London.
Messuages in Dolphin Court in Noble Street in the parish of St. Ann and Agnes within Aldersgate.
Witnesses--St. Husband, Joseph Bird, John Bird.

Marriage Settlement  HB/D/115  1785

Contents:
1. Charles Child of the parish of St. Ann, Blackfriars.
2. Mary Woodcock, Widow.
3. John Whinn of the parish of St. Andrew by the Wardrobe, Oshea Olney of St. Andrew Holborn, John Bye of St. Andrews by the Wardrobe.
Witnesses--Trotter, Bank of England, Chr. Cotterell, Islington.

Probate of the Will of Theophilus Pomeroy of Fleet Market, of this date  HB/D/116  1795

Contents:
Messuages in Moors Place, Lambeth, and in Loves Grove, George Alley in St. Bride's parish.
Executors--Ann Pomeroy his wife, Theophilus his son
Witnesses--Thomas Orchard, Hatton Garden, Geo. Waller.
Pd. P.C.C. 1809.

Indenture of Lease (Counterpart)  HB/D/117  4 George I. 1717

Contents:
1. Gilbert Urwin of Cliffords Inn.
2. John Driver of the parish of St. Giles in the 'Feilds.'
Messuages in 'high holbourne' in the above-mentioned parish called the 'three horshoes' and the 'golden Cocke.'
Plan attached.
Witnesses--John Plaistowe, John Hunter.

Deed Poll--Grant  HB/D/118  1782

Contents:
Robert, Bishop of London to Thomas Thurlow--Prebend or Canonry of Portpoole.
Late prebend, Doctor Thomas Newton, late Lord Bishop of Bristol.
(Sd.) R. London. Seal wanting.
Mark Holman, Depy, Regt.

Plan of Houses etc  HB/D/119  1741

Contents:
Property between Little Paternoster Row and Crispin Street, on the east and west and Paternoster Row to Datchett street, North and South.

Indenture of Lease (Counterpart)  HB/D/120  6 Geo. I. 1720

Contents:
1. Rt. Hon. Cranfield, 'Earle of Dorsett' and Middlesex.
2. John Gilliam, Baker of London.
Messuage in 'Dorsett' Garden in St. Bride's parish near 'half Paved Court.'
Witnesses--Wm. Stapleton, Tho. Bond.

Abstract of Title of Mr. Sambrooke  HB/D/121  1716

Contents:
Messuages in Brides Lane and 'Blackfryers.' & Old Change.
Earliest Deed mentioned dated 1572.
Purchased by Mark Mortimer.

Abstract of Title of Sir Richard Fisher  HB/D/122  1700

Contents:
'Red Lyon Inne' and Fields etc., in the parish of St. Andrews 'Holborne,' and St. Giles in the Fields.
Earliest Deed, 21 Elizabeth.
Mentions J. Sambrook.

Memorandum of Agreement for Lease  HB/D/123  1778

Contents:
1. John Tripp of St. Agnes Le Clair in the Parish of St. Leonard, Shoreditch.
2. Thomas Watts of the same place.
House and Baths St. Agnes le Clair.
Witness--Jno. Hunt.

Survey and Valuation  HB/D/124  1798

Contents:
The Prebend of Mora otherwise Moor in the parishes of St. Luke's Old Street, and St. Leonard Shoreditch, belonging to John Harcourt Esq., by T. Dyke, for Skinner, Dyke and Skinner, Aldersgate Street.

Indenture of Lease  HB/D/125  2 Anne, 1703

Contents:
1. John Pargiter of London.
2. Christopher Davis of the parish of St. James in the Liberty of Westminster.
Piece of ground part of Mill field abutting on the road leading from St. Giles to the Lord Mayor's Banquetting house.
Witnesses--John Outing, G. Beele.

Indenture of Lease  HB/D/126  11 Geo. I. 1725


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Contents:
1. The Rt. Hon. Edward Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer and the Rt. Hon. Lady Henrietta Cavendish Holles, Countess of Oxford, etc.
2. Thomas Woolley of St. George's Hanover Square.
Piece of ground called Mill Hill Field in Vere Street in 'St. Mary Le Bone' alias 'Marybone.'
Witnesses--Wm. Thomas, W. Rawlings.
Further Assignment endorsed on the Deed.

Indenture of Assignment  HB/D/127  13 Geo. I. 1726


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Contents:
1. William Kinaston of Lincoln's Inn.
2. Thomas Listun for Henry Stephens, lunatic.
Piece of ground called Mill Hill Field, fronting on to Cavendish Street in 'St. Mary Le Bone,' etc.
Witnesses--Will. Rogers, Lewis Richards.

Indenture of Lease  HB/D/128  3 Geo. II. 1729

Contents:
1. Rt. Hon. Edward Earl of Oxford etc., and the Rt. Hon. the Lady Henrietta Cavendish, Countess of Oxford, etc.
2. George Mercer of 'St. Mary Le Bone.'
Piece of ground abutting on Castle Street.
Plan attached.
Witnesses--Wm. Thomas, Sam. Hopkins.

Indenture of Lease  HB/D/129  11 Geo. II. 1738

Contents:
1. The Right Hon. Henry Earl of Carlisle, the Hon. John Verney, Chief Justice of Chester, Robert Harley of Lincolns Inn, James West, Trustees of the Earl and Countess of Oxford.
2. Edward Earl of Oxford and Henrietta Cavendish Holles, Countess of Oxford.
3. Francis Tredgold of 'St. Mary Le Bone.'
Piece of ground part of Broadfield in 'St. Mary Le Bone,' fronting to Margaret Street.
Plan attached.
Witnesses--Wm. Thomas, Robt. Parsons, Wm. Rawlings, John Willson.

Indenture--Covenants  HB/D/130  18 Geo. II. 1744

Contents:
1. Robert Harley and James West of Lincolns Inn.
2. The Rt. Hon. Henrietta Cavendish Holles, Countess of Oxford etc.
3. Thomas Huddle of 'St. Mary Le Bone.'
Piece of ground part of the Dung field in 'St. Mary Le Bone,' fronting on Mortimer Street.
Plan annexed.
Witnesses--Jno. Barkley, Gabriel Alders, Thos. Thompson.

Articles of Agreement  HB/D/131  1774

Contents:
1. William Aveline of Saint Marylebone, Surgeon.
2. Robert Dodds of Wells Street.
Piece of ground in St. Marylebone called Rathbone Place, near the Mill Pond.
Plan annexed.
Witnesses--Wm. Babbs, Joshua James.

Copy Indenture of Assignment by way of Mortgage  HB/D/132  21 Geo. III. 1781

Contents:
1. Ann Page of Bolsover Street, 'St. Mary le bone.'
2. John Ward of St. George's Hanover Square and Samuel Howard of Kingsbury.
3. John Miller of Margaret Street, 'St. Mary le bone.'
Piece of ground part of the Broad field in 'St. Mary le bone,' fronting on Bolsover Street.
Witnesses--Wm. Wightman, Jn. Brougham.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/D/133  14 Geo. II. 1740

Contents:
1. Robert Andrews of St. George's, Hanover Square, Stephen John Whitaker and Henry Whitaker of 'St. Mary le Bone.'
2. Philip Stone of 'Sheperton.'
Piece of ground in 'Tyburne' otherwise Acton Road in St. James' Westminster, near Marlborough Mews.
Witnesses--Wm. Dent, Cha. Lowe.

Indenture of Lease  HB/D/134  27 Geo. III. 1787

Contents:
1. The Rev. Robert Jacomb of 'Lawrence Poultney' Hill.
2. George Steuart of Upper Harley Street.
Piece of ground being part of the 'Salt Petre Field' in 'Marybone' near the Jews Harp House.
Plan annexed.
Witnesses--Charles Danvers, Grays Inn, Luther Edmonds, Shoreditch.

Indenture--Covenants  HB/D/135  5 Geo. II. 1731

Contents:
1. Benjamin Pollen of Southampton.
2. Robert Hunter of St. Martin in the Fields, Governor of Jamaica.
Piece of land part of Millfield alias Kirkham Close in Great George Street, in St. George's Hanover Square, near Maddox Street.
Schedule of Deeds attached.
Witnesses--John Pollen, Peter Dunn.

Indenture of Assignment  HB/D/136  11 Geo. I. 1724

Contents:
1. James Atkinson of St. James, Westminster, and Hannah his wife.
2. John Wraugham of the same parish.
Piece of land part of Mill field alias Kirkham Close formerly in St. Martin in the Fields but then in St. James' in King's Street.
Witnesses--B. Stroud, H. Cartwright.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/D/137  16 Geo. III. 1775

Contents:
1. Tycho Wing of Enfield and Hypatia his wife, and Robert Holmes of Enfield, and Ann his wife.
2. John Blake of Essex Street, St. Clement Danes.
Piece of ground formerly part of Hicketts Field alias Little Lincolns Inn Fields, in St. Clement Danes parish near Clare Market, also Noake Farm etc., in Hertfordshire.
Witnesses--Wm. Carleton, W. Millett.

Deed Poll--Bond  HB/D/138  20 Geo. II. 1746

Contents:
Keane Fitzgerald of St. James, Westminster, and Arthur Stafford of Mayfair in St. George's, Hanover Square, and Henry Wemys of Rathburn Place in the parish of St. Giles to the King George II.
Keane Fitzgerald to be Bailiff and Collector of rents etc., in the King's Bailiwick or Manor of St. James in the Fields.
Witnesses--James Pearse, J. Starkie.

Indenture of Assignment  HB/D/139  9 Geo. III. 1769

Contents:
1. John Baker of Paddington.
2. John Gibbons of St. Giles in the Fields.
Messuages, lands etc., in Paddington near Paddington Green, the Home Field, the Slip, Cheesemans Close, etc.
Witnesses--Wm. Parker, D. Perrott.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/D/140  4 Geo. I. 1717


Related information: See HB/D/141.

Contents:
1. Robert Pollard of Paddington.
2. James Lawrance of St. Martin in the Fields.
Piece of land called a Lott in the common field of Westbourn in the parish of Paddington. Mention of 'Base Water Brook' as one of the boundaries, and the Bread and Cheese Lands.
Witnesses--Sam. Lesingham, Jehu Westbury, Edwd. Phipps.

Indenture of Assignment  HB/D/141  4 Geo. I. 1717


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Contents:
1. John Jenkins, Goldsmith of London.
2. Robert Pollard of Paddington.
3. James Lawrance of St. Martin in the Fields.
4. John Bridge of St. Martin in the Fields.
Piece of land called a Lott in the Common field of Westbourn.
Witnesses--Sam. Lesingham, John Westbury, Edwd. Phipps.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/D/142  26 Geo. II. 1752

Contents:
1. Thomas Banks of Harrow on the Hill.
2. William Green of Bayswater in the parish of Paddington.
Messuages etc., in the parish of Paddington being parcel of the Manor of 'Tybourn' called Bayards Watering place or Bayswater.
Witnesses--Elisha Briscoe, Wm. Morgan.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/D/143  9 Geo. III. 1769

Contents:
1. William Green of Bayswater.
2. Daniel Morgan of Southwark.
Messuages in the parish of Paddington, being part of the Manor of 'Tybourn,' called Bayards watering place.
Witnesses--Isabella Green, Wm. Callaway, Kensington.

Attested Copy of Indenture of Lease  HB/D/144  38 Geo. III. 1798

Contents:
1. Thomas Wood of Littleton, Middlesex, Sir John Frederick of Savile Row, Arthur Stanhope of Tilney Street.
2. Sir John Morshead of Hampton and Dame Elizabeth his wife, Robert Thistlethwayt of Norman Court, Southampton and Selina his wife.
3. The Rt. Rev. Beilby Lord Bishop of London.
4. The Company of Proprietors of the Grand Junction Canal.
Pieces of land called Home Field, Broom Field, etc., in Paddington demised for the purpose of making a Canal, towing paths etc. Plan attached.
Witnesses--Wm. Strong, H. Dawkins, Richd. Brown, J. Sexton, John Fleming, W. Northey, John Myott, John Mortimer, Wm. Fisher, Richd. Lowkes.
Exd. 1803 John Atkinson, Wm. Prickett.

Manor of Tottenham alias Tottenhall: Court Baron  HB/D/145  2 Geo. I. 1716

Contents:
License to William Melmoth, William Salmon, Henry Salmon and John Dudley to assign Copyhold lands of the Manor, Crabtree and Walnut tree fields.

Covenants and Receipt  HB/D/146  1724

Contents:
1. John Dudley of the Six Clerks office.
2. John Goodge of the parish of 'St. Pancrass.'
Closes of land called Crabtree and Walnut-tree Fields, parcels of the Manor of Tottenham alias Tottenhall, in the parish of St. Pancras.
Witnesses--Wal. Gibbons, J. Honnor.

Indenture of Mortgage: Receipts endorsed on the Deed  HB/D/147  17 Geo. II. 1743

Contents:
1. John Badcock of London and Eunice his wife.
2. Vigerus Edwards of the Inner Temple.
Messuage in Kentish Town and closes called Oakfield, Rugmore, Middlefield and Netherfield, in the parish of St. Pancras.
Witnesses--John Day, Sam. Blackshaw.

Manor of Cantlowes, alias Cantlers: View of Frank Pledge  HB/D/148  12 Geo. III. 1772

Contents:
Copy Admission of Eleanor Austin to messuages in High-gate in the parish of St. Pancras, Copyhold of the manor.

Indenture of Lease  HB/D/149  33 Geo. III. 1793

Contents:
1. Augustine Greenland of Carshalton, Surrey, and the Rt. Hon. Charles, Earl Camden.
2. The Rev. Anthony Hamilton, Canon and Prebendary of the Prebend called Cantlowes, otherwise Cantlers, otherwise Kentish Town.
3. John Joyce of Kentish Town in the parish of St. Pancras.
Piece of ground at Kentish Town in the parish of St. Pancras. Plan annexed.
Witnesses--J. Ward, Jas. Knox, George Wise, W. I. Stretton.

Manor of Tottenham, otherwise Tottenhall: Court Baron  HB/D/150  16 Geo. III. 1775

Contents:
Admission of Susanna Combrune of Great Russell Street as customary tenant to a Messuage called the New Halfway House and 1 acre of land leading from Tottenham Court to Kentish Town, and license to assign the premises granted to her.

Indenture of Lease  HB/D/151  17 Geo. III. 1777

Contents:
1. The Rt. Hon. Francis Earl of Hertford, and the Rt. Hon. Henry Seymour Conway.
2. The Hon. Charles Fitz Roy and Ann his wife.
3. Jacob Leroux of Barham Wood, Elstree.
4. John Wood of the parish of St. Pancras.
Piece of Ground in the Parish of St. Pancras, otherwise called Kentish Town, part of Homefield in Tottenhall Court Road, parcel of the manor of Tottenhall.
Plan annexed.
Witnesses--Wm. Birch, Norfolk Street, John Armond.

Indenture of Lease  HB/D/152  32 Geo. III. 1792

Contents:
1. The Rt. Hon. Francis Earl of Hertford and Rt. Hon. Henry Seymour Conway.
2. The Rt. Hon. Charles Lord Southampton.
3. James Haygarth of Southampton Place, in the parish of St. Pancras.
Land called Backfield in the parish of St. Pancras, otherwise called Kentish Town.
Plan annexed.
Witnesses--Wm. Birch, Dean Street, Soho; John Birch, Joseph Knowles, Wm. Grey, Jos. Probart.

Indenture of Assignment  HB/D/153  I Anne. 1701


Related information: See HB/D/154 & 155.

Contents:
1. Thomas Lathwell and William Morris of London.
2. Robert Wareing of the Inner Temple and Leonard Peade of London.
Land called Marshland in the parish of St. Giles in the Fields.
Witnesses--Geo. Webb, Jno. Adams, jun.

Indenture Declaration of Trust  HB/D/154  10 Anne. 1711

Damaged.


Related information: See HB/D/153 & 155.

Contents:
1. Martha Harbin of Bayford, Hertfordshire, Executrix of Robert Harbin of London.
2. Richard Barner of London.
Close called Marshland and 'Wheelerd' yard in the parish of St. Giles in the Fields with messuages on it in King Street.
Witnesses--John Dimsdale, Isabella Turvey.

Crown Lease: Letters Patent  HB/D/159  3 Geo. III. 1763

Contents:
By warrant of the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury.
King George III to John Machin.
Messuage on part of Round Rundles and Swallow Fields, late in the parish of St. Martin in the Fields and now in St. James' Westminster, in or near Castle Street, parcel of the Manor of St. James in the Fields and formerly of the lands of the Abbot of Westminster.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/D/160  9 Anne. 1710

Contents:
1. Samuel Chase of St. Giles in the Fields.
2. John Gunston of London.
Messuages in Dormers Hill near the New 'Chappell' in St. Margaret's Westminster.
Witnesses--Saml. Porter, Wm. Halton, Jos. Hinton.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/D/161  I Geo. II. 1728

Contents:
1. Samuell Blackwell, Grocer of London.
2. Daniell Bedel of St. Sepulchres without Newgate.
3. Joseph Bedell, Baker.
Messuages etc., on Finchley Common in the parish of Finchley.
Witnesses--John Jesser, R. Boover.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/D/162  2 Geo. I. 1715

Contents:
1. Jacob Harvey of London.
2. Thomas Fell of Cliffords Inn.
Tavern called the 'Sunn' in Milk Street, near Honey Lane Market in the parish of St. Mary Magdalen Milk Street, messuages in 'Beer Lane' alias Bear Lane in Thames Street in the parish of All Hallows the Great, Messuage at Cowley, Middlesex, closes in Hillingdon, near Stratford Bridge, in Tottenham, Apleton in Berks, Uxbridge, etc.
Witnesses--Nich. Dounyng, Harvey Acton, John Battrill.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/D/163  6 Geo. II. 1733

Contents:
1. Thomas Hammond, Mercer of London and Elizabeth his wife, Henry Hammond his son, Margarett Freeman of Oxford.
2. Francis Cross of St. Georges in the East, Middlesex, and Margaret his wife.
3. Thomas Roonch of St. Andrew 'Holborne.'
Messuage in Tottenham called the Bull, and land in Tottenham.
Witnesses--Richard Ollyer, Tho. Sutton, Robt. Spindler, Wm. Spindler, John Miller, Mary Fish, Eliz, Fish.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/D/164  3 Geo. II. 1729

Contents:
1. Abraham Ambrose, Brewer of London.
2. Thomas Grace of Goodmans fields.
Messuages etc., in 'Totnam' alias Tottenham, and the 'Blew' Boar in Edmonton.
Witnesses--Jno. Cooke, Andrew Smith, attorney, King Street, Cheapside; Jam. Machins.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale  HB/D/165  6 Geo. I. [1719/20]

Contents:
1. William Norcliffe of the Inner Temple.
2. Charles White of the Inner Temple.
Manor of Cofferers alias Cofferhouse in the parishes of Kingsbury and Willesden etc.
Witnesses--Stephen Bulley, John Heaton.

Indenture of Release  HB/D/166  12 Geo. I. 1725/6

Contents:
1. James Cheney, Barber-Surgeon of London.
2. Thomas Janeway, Clothworker of London.
Piece of ground in Bridge 'Feild' in Wandsworth.
Witnesses--Thos. Eden, George Boulton.

Indenture of Assignment by way of Mortgage  HB/D/167  I Geo. I. 1715

Contents:
1. Charles Walkden, Stationer of London.
2. James Brook, Stationer of London.
Messuage etc., in Deptford, in the part called the upper Deptford.
Witnesses--Saml. Dakins, Tho. Bassett.

Schedule of Deeds relating to premises in Greenwich Marsh in custody of Hannah Gransden  HB/D/168  1708

Copy Memorial Release  HB/D/169  1738

Contents:
1. Rt. Hon. the Earl of Carlisle.
2. Hon. John Verney, late Chief Justice of Chester, Robert Harley of Lincolns Inn, and James West of the Middle Temple.
Mannor of 'Marybone' alias 'Marybourne' alias St. Marylebone, alias 'Tybourne,' the Rectory and Advowson.
Witnesses--Fran. Loggin, Richd. Wilson.

DEEDS; 1800-1847  HB/E  [n.d.]

Indenture of Assignment  HB/E/001  40 Geo. III. 1800

Contents:
1. Thompson Forster of St. Botolph without Bishopsgate, Surgeon.
2. John Irving of Broad Street Buildings.
Messuage being No. 8 Broad Street Buildings in the parish of St. Botolph without Bishopsgate.
Witness--Samuel Hooker, Guildhall.

Probate of the Will of William Bartholomew of 4 Crooked Lane in the parish of St. Michaels  HB/E/002  1823

Contents:
Executors--William Sharp Hutchinson of 67, Wood Street, John Bartholomew of I Crooked Lane, and Sophia Elizabeth Bartholomew his wife.
Witnesses--William Henry Hauxwell, of I Gerrard Street, Soho Square, William Burridge, 5 Crooked Lane.
Pd. P.C.C. 1823.

Exemplification of the Will of David Milligan of Fenchurch Street made in 1817 and Probate granted in 1818  HB/E/003  1817

Contents:
Executors--Henry Davidson of Lime Street Square, Francis Robertson of Lincolns Inn Fields, Robert Milligan and Henry Davidson Milligan, brothers of the testator, and Robert Milligan Darell, cousin.
Witnesses--David Milligan, William Gibson Butler,36 Wimpole Street.

Probate of the Will of Henry Dowling of 32 Hosier Lane  HB/E/004  1821

Contents:
Executors-- Henry Dowling of Colchester and James Andrewes of St. Paul's Churchyard.
Witnesses--Thomas Harrison, Curate of St. Sepulchre's London, Edwd. D. Burton, Smithfield, James Smee, 7 Copthall Court.
Pd. P.C.C. 1821.

Will of Francis Shephard of 100 Aldersgate in the parish of St. Botolph Aldersgate. Probate  HB/E/005  1826

Contents:
No Executor.
Witnesses--Francis Shephard, William Osburn, James Street, Aldersgate; Edwd. Stillwell, Princes Street, Barbican.
Pd. P.C.C. 1838.

Will of Mary Macham of Great Swan Alley, Coleman Street. Probate  HB/E/006  1822

Contents:
Executor--Thomas Pugh.
Witnesses--Jos. Eade, William Smith, Fras. Pott.
Pd. P.C.C. 1825.

Will of Joseph Packwood, Captain in the Navy. Probate  HB/E/007  1833

Contents:
Executors--Frederick Goode of 15 Surry Street, Strand, and Mary Ann Berthond.
Witnesses--Fras. Newcombe, Capt. R.N., York Street, John Jerom, 51 George Street, Portman Square.
Pd. P.C.C. 1836.

Will of William Spencer of Old Street Road, St. Leonard, Shoreditch. Probate  HB/E/008  1813

Contents:
Executrixes--Elizabeth Spencer, Elizabeth Spencer, wife and daughter.
Witnesses--Anne Lacey, 6 Hoxton Square, William Stafford, 21 Garden Row, Old Street Road, Peter Stafford, same address.
Pd. P.C.C. 1814.

Will of William Burton of Milk Street and Chiswell Street. Probate  HB/E/009  1811

Contents:
Executrix--Frances Burton, his wife.
Witnesses--Thos. Bradley, Jun., John Pickering, Leod. Hicks, Grays Inn.
Pd. P.C.C. 1812.

Will of Elizabeth Pittman. Probate  HB/E/010  1809

Contents:
Executor--Thomas Ryder of Rood Lane.
No witnesses. Affidavit of Joseph Lye as to identity of the Testator.
Pd. P.C.C. 1815.

Limited Administration with Will annexed of Ralph Blois  HB/E/011  1818

Contents:
Witnesses--John Beresford, James Beresford.
Affidavit made by Thomas Knox Armstrong.

Probate of the Will of Ann Crosby of Lamb Court Old Montague Street, Whitechapel  HB/E/012  1829

Contents:
Cottages in Lamb Court, the Black Bull in Old Montague Street, and a leasehold house in Whitechapel Road.
Executors--Frances Vaughan, Augustus George Clements, and Edwin Clements.
Witnesses--Jas. Dawson, Attorney, 27 Park Street, Camden Town, Sarah Hewitt, Grove (?) Holloway.
Pd. P.C.C. 1830.

Will of Peter Everitt Mestaer of New Broad Street. Probate  HB/E/013  1809

Contents:
Oak Hall, Wanstead, and house in New Broad Street.
Executors--Robert Paulsford of Great St. Helens, George Gooch of Brunswick Square, and William Lewis of Walbrook.
Witnesses--Francis Sankey, Surgeon 27 Walbrook, Richard Clutterbuck and Elizabeth Watson, 28 New Broad Street.
Pd. P.C.C. 1819.

Probate of Will of Ann Biggs of Ropemaker Fields, Limehouse  HB/E/014  1806

Contents:
Executor--John Beart.
Witnesses--Geo. Foy, and Geo. N. Foy of 4 Smiths Buildings, Leadenhall Street, John Barber of the Trinity House, Tower Hill.
Pd. P.C.C. 1806.

Exemplification of the Will of James Bruce, Master of the Ship Willerby of the Port of London  HB/E/015  1809

Contents:
Executors--Philip Stimpson Levett, and Benjamin Nind.
Witnesses--Jabez Allies, Mary Ann Ran.

Greenop v. Bell--Bill in Chancery  HB/E/016  1847

Contents:
William Charles Greenop, Plaintiff.
Joseph Copeland Bell,
John Flather,
William Johnson,
Thomas Cooper,
Samuel James Wadeson,
John Symonds Bockett,
Joseph Iles Wathen, Defendants.
Mentions Sir Samuel Egerton Brydges.
Messuages in Grays Inn Lane, Holborn, and Great Peter Street, Westminster.
Joseph Twinley, Solicitor.

Exemplification of the Will of François Blanchet and Probate  HB/E/017  1812

Contents:
Executors--William Buller of Northamptonshire, and Moses Huguinin, Haymarket.
Translated from the French.

Crown Lease  HB/E/018  43 Geo. III. 1803

Contents:
1. The King's Most Excellent Majesty.
2. John Forster of Piccadilly in the parish of St. James, Westminster.
Piece of ground, part of Pall Mall Field, otherwise St. James' field, late in St. Martin's parish, now in St. James' in Piccadilly and messuages there, and in Jermyn Street.
Seal wanting.

Indenture of Lease  HB/E/019  1844

Contents:
1. The Most Hon. George Charles, Marquis Camden.
2. The Rev. Thomas Randolph, Prebendary of the Prebend of Cantlowes.
3. Richard Woodman of Great College Street, Camden Town, in the parish of St. Pancras and Ann his wife.
4. Donald Stewart of Oxford Street.
Piece of ground and messuages at Camden Town in College Street. Plan annexed.
Witnesses--John Gardiner, 20 Whitehall Place, Thomas Pursell, J. S. Aldersey, James Holmes, Wm. A. Walls, 44 Bloomsbury Square.

Indenture of Lease  HB/E/020  1808

Contents:
1. Amelia Hardcastle of Berwick Street, Soho.
2. Joseph Clayton Jennings of Lincolns Inn.
Piece of ground in the Lane at Bayswater in the parish of Paddington which leads out of the High Road to Craven Hill.
Mentions the Rivulet called Bayswater.
Witnesses--T. Watkins, Robt. Hardcastle, Hy. Shedingote.

Five Plans of Property near Tabernacle Square, and St. Agnes Circus, part of the prebend of Eald Street, taken from Leases etc  HB/E/021  1803

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