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Covering dates 1703-1973
Held by Hackney Archives Department
Extent c.4500 files

Contents:
This is a miscellaneous collection created by Hackney Archives Department for listing small collections of manuscripts and single manuscript items. They primarily comprise property deeds and family and personal papers relating to people and places in Hackney, Middlesex.
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Deeds relating to John and Selina Amos  M1613-M1622  1856-1886

Contents:
An original bundle

DRAFT APPOINTMENT OF TRUSTEES  M1613  28 May 1856

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
[Parties as in M1593]
3 are appointed as trustees under the marriage settlement of John and Selina Amos as regards the real estate: nos. 120 and 121 (east side) Brick Lane, Bethnal Green. The trustees are to pay the income to 1 for life, then convey the property to 2.

LETTERS  M1614 - M1618  Jan 1886-May 1908

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
Concerning Winter's Trust. (The properties in Brick Lane are shops).

SCHEDULE OF DEEDS  M1619  8 Feb 1886

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
To Nos. 120 and 121 Brick Lane 1724-1878.

SCHEDULE OF DEEDS  M1620  c. 1886

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
Relating to Winter's Trust, 1724-1886

DRAFT APPOINTMENT OF TRUSTEES  M1621  [25 Jan] 1886

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
1. Lewis M. W. Winter of Clements, Snaresbrook, Essex, Esq. and Selina his wife.
2. Thomas Clark of the Lindens, High Road, Upper Tooting, Surrey, Esq.
3. John Turner of Heneage Street, Spitalfields, brewer.
Charles C. Jones of Chancery Lane, Mdx., wine merchant.
John Williams Randall of the Inner Temple.
1 appoint 3 as new trustees under their marriage settlement and the will of Selina Amos. 2 as heir of the last surviving trustee conveys the property to 3.

DRAFT MEMORIAL  M1622  25 Jan 1886

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
For the registration of M1621.

WILLS AND LETTERS RELATING TO SELINA AMOS  M1623-M1635  1856-1869

Contents:
An original bundle

DRAFT WILL  M1623  Jan 1856

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
Of Selina Amos, spinster, of 12 Chatham Place, Hackney [later wife of L. M. W. Winter]
All her real and personal estate to her mother Selina Amos, widow, who is appointed executrix.

COPY WILL  M1624  20 May 1856

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
Of Selina Amos, widow, of 12 Chatham Place, Hackney.
All her real and personal estate to her daughter Selina Amos, who is appointed executrix.

DRAFT WILL  M1625  8 May 1868

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
Of Selina Amos, widow of 12 Chatham Place, Hackney.
Her own property is to be held for her daughter Selina under the same trusts as those in her husband's will, with the exception of various legacies of £10 each. The residue to her daughter Selina Amos who is appointed executrix jointly with Lewis M. W. Winter. [The codicil of 15 May is not given here.]

LETTERS  M1626 - M1627  3-7 Apr 1868

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
Mrs. Selina Amos to her solicitors concerning the making of her will.

EXECUTORS' PAPERS  M1628 - M1635  Dec 1868 - June 1869

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
Concerning the probate of the will of Mrs. Selina Amos. Lewis M. W. and Selina Winter, executors. (Inventories included).

CORRESPONDENCE  M1636 - M1683  Jan 1857 - July 1872

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
Concerns the tenancy by Charles Evans, market gardener, of Sipson's Farm, Sipson Green, Harmondsworth, Mdx., the property of Mrs. Selina Amos; the payment and non-payment of rent, taxes etc.

Papers and Correspondence of Selina Winter  M1684-1707  1898

ORDER FOR THE RECEPTION OF A LUNATIC  M1684  13 May 1898

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
Reception order for Eliza Lush, upon the petition of Selina Winter, widow, of Dial House, Marlow, Bucks [her cousin], to Holloway Sanatorium, Virginia Water. [In fact the patient was privately treated]
Includes
Attached: Petition of Selina Winter, and two medical certificates.

FILE OF CORRESPONDENCE  M1685  17 May - 15 Aug 1898

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
Correspondence of Selina Winter and Messrs. Brundett, Randall & Garett concerning the management of Eliza Lush's affairs, and her removal to Loudwater.

DRAFT POWER OF ATTORNEY  M1686  1898

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
Eliza Lush to appoint Selina Winter and the Rev. David Ruddock of Mountfield, Uckfield, Sussex as her attorneys to manage her properties in Hollington, Sussex, and 22 Charles Street, Hoxton.

TELEGRAM  M1687  12 May 1898

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
Winter to Randall: "Patient worse power useless".

SCHEDULE  M1688  [1898]

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
Of the property of Eliza Lush, with details of tenancies: "Northlands", North Cottage, Nos. 1 and 2 Northbarns Cottage, all in Hollington, S. Leonards, Sussex; and No. 24 Charles Square, Hoxton (no details).

PLAN  M1689  [1898]

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
Plan and estimate of new drainage work to be carried out at North Cottage (to meet the requirements of the Sanitary Inspector).

ACCOUNTS  M1690  May 1898

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
I. Elliott, builder, decorator etc., for drainage work done at Northlands.

ACCOUNTS  M1691  Mar - June 1898

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
Of J. H. Woodhams & Son, Hastings, estate agents, for Miss Lush's property.

RECEIPTS  M1692  4 May - 23 June 1898

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
Of Selina Winter for travelling expenses in connection with Eliza Lush, and household bills of the latter.

AFFIDAVIT  M1693  May 1898

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
Janet Adams, nurse, affirms that she served on Miss Lush a copy of the summons (see M1694)

SUMMONS  M1694  May 1898

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
Issued to Eliza Lush summoning all concerned in her case to attend the Master in Chambers.

AFFIDAVITS  M1695 - M1696  23 May 1898

Contents:
By H.J. Wheeler and L.W. Reynolds, medical practitioners, that Eliza Lush is unfit to manage.

AFFIDAVIT  M1697  23 May 1898

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
By David Ruddock that Selina Winter is a fit person to be manager and receiver of Eliza Lush's estate.

AFFIDAVITS  M1698 - M1700  24 May 1898

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
By Selina Winter concerning the next of kin and properties of Eliza Lush, and her expenses in the matter.

ORDER AND SPECIFICATION  M1701  24 June 1898

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
By the Borough of Hastings, for constructing a new cesspool and drain at North Cottage, Hollington (see also M1689-1690).

PROOF ORDER  M1702  11 July 1898

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678


Related information: Superseded by M1705

Contents:
By the Master in Lunacy authorising Selina Winter to manage the property of Eliza Lush, and to maintain her.

SUMMONS  M1703  27 July 1898

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
To attend the Master for leave for £19-10-0 to be paid to Selina Winter for the work ordered in M1701.

AFFIDAVIT  M1704  30 July 1898

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
By T.H. Woodhams & Son that the repair work ordered in M1701 will cost £19-10-0.

ORDER  M1705  3 Aug 1898

Former reference: B.R.A. 1670

Contents:
By the Master in Lunacy repeating M1702 and allowing payment of the sum required for the drainage of North Cottage.
Cancelled 9 August 1898.

ORDERS  M1706 - M1707  3 Aug 1898

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
For the transfer of Eliza Lush's funds to the Paymaster-General.

Papers relating to Eliza Lush  M1708-M1740  1898

Contents:
An original bundle.

COPY WILL AND CODICILS  M1708  15 Aug 1895 - 9 Sep 1896

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
(Proved 14 Sep 1898)
Eliza Lush, spinster, of Tunbridge Wells, formerly of 24 Charles Square, Hoxton.
Legacies to members of the Lush family.
The property at Hollington and No. 24 Charles Square to her niece Ann Ruddock.
The residue to her cousin Selina Winter who is appointed executrix. Stephen M. Winter is appointed an additional executor.

INVENTORIES  M1709 - M1711  Aug 1898

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
Valuations of: Eliza Lush's property at Hollington; No 24 Charles Square; and her personal effects.

EXECUTORS' PAPERS  M1712 - M1737  1898 - 1899

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
Probate of the will of Eliza Lush.

SALE PARTICULARS  M1738  30 Aug 1900

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
"Northlands", "North Cottage", and "North Barn" (two cottages), Hollington, Hastings, Sussex.

CORRESPONDENCE  M1739  Aug 1898 - May 1899

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
Of Selina Winter and her solicitors concerning the execution of Eliza Lush's will, and also the trusts of Selina Winter's marriage settlement.

RECEIPTS  M1740  1898

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
Bills for board and lodging and other expenses, medical attendance, and funeral expenses, of Eliza Lush.

Papers relating to Eliza Lush and 24 Charles Square, toxton  M1741-M1742  1899

Contents:
An original bundle

DRAFT CONVEYANCE  M1741  2 Mar 1899

Former reference: B.R.A. 1698

Contents:
1. Selina Winter of Dial House, Great Marlow, Bucks., widow.
2. Anne Ruddock, wife of the Rev. David Ruddock, of Mountfield Lodge, Uckfield, Sussex.
1, as executrix of Eliza Lush conveys to 2, the devisee, the remainder of a lease for 776 years (peppercorn rent) of No. 24 Charles Square, Hoxton.

SCHEDULE OF DEEDS  M1742  1899

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
Deeds of No. 24 Charles Square, 1748-1896.

DRAFT MEMORIAL  M1743  8 Mar 1899

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
For the registration of M1741.

DRAFT CONVEYANCE  M1744  7 Feb 1899

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
1. Selina Winter of Dial House, Great Marlow, Bucks., widow.
2. Stephen Miller Winter of the same place, clerk in Holy Orders.
3. Ann Ruddock, wife of the Rev. David Ruddock, of Mountfield Lodge, Uckfield, Sussex.
1 and 2, as executors of Eliza Lush, convey to 3, the devisee, the Hollington property (see M1738), which is copyhold.

SCHEDULE OF DEEDS  M1745  Mar 1899

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
Deeds of the Hollington property.

DRAFT CONVEYANCE  M1746  1900

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
1. Anne Ruddock, wife of the Rev. David Ruddock, of 12 Huntingdon Road, Cambridge.
2. Selina Winter, of Dial House, Great Marlow, Bucks., widow. Stephen Miller Winter of the same place, clerk in Holy Orders.
3. John Upson of Vale Mascal, Hollington Park, St. Leonard's, Sussex.
1 conveys to 3 Northlands North Cottage and North Barn (two tenements), Hollington.

CORRESPONDENCE  M1747  July - Oct 1900

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
Between solicitors, concerning M1746.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1748  24 Feb 1888

Source of acquisition: Business Archives Council No. 65


Contents:
1. James Goodman of Alver Bank, West Road, Clapham Park, Surrey.
2. Josiah Goodman of 72 Bishopsgate Street, London.
1 assigns his half share of No. 1 Chalgrove Road and outbuildings to 2. (who holds the other half) as part of a settlement which includes property at Hackney Wick.

SURRENDER AND ADMISSION (Copy of court-roll - translation)  M1749  30 Jan 1644/5

Source of acquisition: Don. Tower Hamlets.


Contents:
1. Robert Nash of Shoreditch, barber surgeon, and Margaret his wife.
2. Thomas Snowe of Shoreditch, gardener.
3. William Bearstow.
On default by 1 of payment under a mortgage, 2 is admitted to a messuage in Holywell Street, Shoreditch (Manor of Stepney). 2 surrenders the property and 3 is admitted.

MORTGAGE (Copy of court roll - surrender)  M1750  12 [Dec] 1699

Source of acquisition: Don. Tower Hamlets.


Contents:
1. Gustavius Cockery, citizen and haberdasher of London.
2. William Walter of Bermondsey, weaver.
1 surrenders two tenements on the east side of Holywell Street to the use of 2., unless repayment is made.

COPY OF COURT ROLL  M1751  9 Apr 1700

Source of acquisition: Don. Tower Hamlets.


Contents:
Recites the transaction in M1750.

CONVEYANCE (Copy of court roll - translation)  M1752  23 Apr 1719

Source of acquisition: Don. Tower Hamlets


Contents:
1. Eustace Cockery of London, haberdasher.
2. Martha Jenkins of Westminster, widow.
1 surrenders to the use of 2 the two tenements in M1749.

AGREEMENT (Copy of court roll)  M1753  3 Jun 1755

Source of acquisition: Don. Tower Hamlets


Contents:
James Archer of St. Albans, Herts., grocer is admitted to the property in M1750 on the death of his brother William Archer, citizen and cooper of London.

WILL AND PROBATE  M1754  23 Mar 1801

Former reference: B.R.A. 918 (13)

Contents:
Proved 30 Oct 1801
Of Thomas Eate of Shoreditch, cheesemonger.
All his property to his wife Jane, who is appointed executrix.

WILL AND PROBATE  M1755  30 Nov 1825

Former reference: B.R.A. 918 (10)

Contents:
Codicil 21 Sep 1827
Proved 3 Oct 1827
of Jane Eate, widow of Thomas, of 107 Kingsland Road, Shoreditch.
£100 to her husband's creditors, her leasehold interest in Fosters Buildings (18 houses), King John's Court, Holywell Lane, to her nephews John Doggett, Thomas Doggett and William Brown. £20 to her executor John William Russell.
Other personal bequests.

BAPTISM CARD  M1756  9 Apr 1886

Contents:
William Henry Burgess, at St. John at Hackney, Arthur Brook, Rector.
Don. Mr. Potts, 1973

PLAN (Copy)  M1757  1833

Contents:
[Gravel Pit] Field, copyhold, at back of Grove Place, subject of a King's Bench Action 1829. Held in trust for Mr. Larch, Mr. Norman's settlement and Mr. Morris.
Laminated.

CONVEYANCE (Copy of Court Roll)  M1758  1 Apr 1799

Contents:
Admission of David Whitaker, following a conveyance:
1. Henry Partridge and John Vernon junr.
2. William Parker Hamond.
3. David Whitaker.
3 acres with buildings in Pigwell Lane, behind a tenement in Church Street. (Kingshold)

COPY LEASE for 83¾ years (two copies)  M1759 - M1760  22 Sep 1870

Former reference: B.R.A. 1041 14

Contents:
1. The Queen
2. The Hon. Charles Alexander Gore, Commissioner of H. M. Woods & Forets.
3. Henry Robert Allen, of 11 Annis Road, builder.
2 leases to 3 Nos. 16 - 28 (odd and even) Cadogan Terrace, Wick Lane, with out-buildings behind No. 23.
Plan

COPY LEASE for 90 years  M1761  31 Mar 1866

Source of acquisition: Finance Dept.


Contents:
1. Henry Norris of Swalcliffe Park, Banbury, Oxon, esq.
2. James Harman of 136 and 138 St. Johns Road, Hoxton, ironmonger.
Land on the south side of Groombridge Road, with five messuages and 18 more to be erected.

LEASE for 90 years (sublease)  M1762  24 Oct 1866

Source of acquisition: Finance Dept.


Contents:
1. James Harman of Midlesden House, Willesden, gent.
2. James Jarvis of Forest Road, Dalston, builder
3. James Fowell of 23 Penshurst Road Hdx. gent,
No. 14 Groombridge Road leased to 3.
Plan

COUNTERPART of M1762  M1763  24 Oct 1866

Source of acquisition: Finance Dept.


MORTGAGE (Assignment of lease)  M1764  24 Nov 1866

Source of acquisition: Finance Dept.


Contents:
1. James Fowell of No. 23 Penshurst Road, South Hackney, gent.
2. John Chave Luxmoore of Gloucester Square, Hyde Park, esq.
1 assigns to 2 the lease in M1762, unless repayment is made.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASES  M1765  23 Feb 1867

Source of acquisition: Finance Dept.


Contents:
1. James Fowell of 23 Penhurst Road, South Hackney.
2. Samuel Barton Newton, of 1 Tyssen Place, Shacklewell, gent.
The lease in M1762, and another for No. 12 Groombridge Road, subject to mortgages.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1766  24 Oct 1877

Source of acquisition: Finance Dept.


Contents:
1. John Chave Luxmore, of Gloucester Square, Hyde Park, esq.
2. Samuel Barton Newton of Cawnpore, East Indies.
3. Charles Henry Wicks, of 74 Willes Road, Kentish Town, warehouseman.
1 and 2 assign the lease of 14 Groombridge Road to 3. (2 has paid off the mortgage).

ABSTRACT OF TITLE  M1767  1866 - 1878

Source of acquisition: Finance Dept.


Contents:
Of Charles Henry Wicks to 14 Groombridge Road.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1768  1 May 1879

Source of acquisition: Finance Dept.


Contents:
1. Charles Henry Wicks of 74 Willes Road, Kentish Town, warehouseman.
2. William Ridsdale Dixon of 21 Laurence Pountney Lane, London builder.
1 assigns to 2 the lease in M1762.

FIRE ASSURANCE POLICY  M1769  23 May 1879

Source of acquisition: Finance Dept.


Contents:
No. 14 Groombridge Road.
Notes of transfer of the interest in the policy 1879 - 1921.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1770  29 Sep 1821

Source of acquisition: Finance Dept.


Contents:
1. Harriet Lucy (widow of William Ridsdale) Dixon of Cartref, Leighton Avenue, Leigh pn Sea, Essex.
2. Mary Ann (wife of J. H.) Norton of 14 Groombridge Road.
1 assigns to 2 the lease in M1762.

NOTICE to Mary J. Friend  M1771  13 Oct 1921

Source of acquisition: Finance Dept.


Contents:
Of an assignment of lease (M1770)

PROVISIONAL VALUATION  M1772  15 Jul 1911

Source of acquisition: Finance Dept.


Contents:
Of 14 Groombridge Road under the Finance Act 1910.

CONVEYANCE  M1773  24 Mar 1927

Source of acquisition: Finance Dept.


Contents:
1. Henry Everard Du Cane Morris of Cross Hill, Adderbury, Oxon, Esq.
2. Mary Ann (wife of J. H.) Norton of 14 Groombridge Road.
1 conveys to 2 the freehold of No. 14 Groombridge Road.

ABSTRACT OF TITLE  M1774  1927

Source of acquisition: Finance Dept.


Contents:
Of Mary Jane Friend to the leasehold granted to James Harman (M 1761)

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1775  21 Oct 1927

Source of acquisition: Finance Dept.


Contents:
1. Mary Jane Friend of 45 Marlborough Mansions, Cannon Hill, N.W.6, spinster.
2. Mary Anne Norton of 14 Groombridge Road.
1 assigns to 2 the leasehold of 14 Groombridge Road granted in M1761.

LETTER  M1776  3 Aug 1923

Source of acquisition: Finance Dept.


Contents:
Samuel Price, Sons, and Robertson to Miss Friend, 26 Buress Hill.
The occupier of No. 14 Banbury Road, from when ground rent is due, is Mr. Richard English.

LETTER  M1777  28 Nov 1791

Contents:
J. Aikin, Yarmouth, to his sister Mrs. Barbauld, Hampstead
Asks for news of her tour. His own life is dull. He has become, like the rest of the family, an "anticsacharist", giving up sugar because of the mode by which it is procured [slavery].
Xerox copy - original at BR

LETTER  M1778  [20 Mar 1799]

Contents:
J. Aikin, Stoke Newington, to J. Pinkerton, Hampstead.
The writer's only connection with the Monthly Magazine has been securing items for it (including some by Mrs. Barbauld) and selecting and arranging pieces for it. He cannot interfere in negotiations between the proprietors and Mr. Pinkerton concerning payments, but Dr. Aikin thinks a writer is entitled to be paid for his work.
Xerox copy - original at BR

LETTER  M1779  15 Apr 1799

Contents:
J. Aikin, Stoke Newington, to J. Cooper Walker.
The writer discusses and congratulates Mr. Walker on his memoir on Italian tragedy, a subject little know in England. The writer has moved from London to Stoke Newington for the sake of his health (he has a liver complaint). He is working on a new General Biography (the other compiler, Dr. Enfield, has died). His sister, Mrs. Barbauld, is living at Hampstead.
Xerox copy - original at BR

LETTER  M1780  27 Aug 1802

Contents:
A. [Arthur] Aikin, Broad Street Buildings, to [A.H. Pinkerton, 11 Ave Vivienne, Paris].
The writer discusses the abridgement of a Geography, on which he is working. He had visited North Sales, and collected rock specimens, including some for Mr. Pinkerton. Requests books on scientific subjects.
Xerox copy - original at BR

LETTER  M1781  2 Sep 1802

Contents:
L. [Lucy] Aikin, Stoke Newington, to Mr. Dyer, No. 6 Clifford's Inn.
She is pleased at his intention to write his memoirs. She looks forward to his next visit to Newington, and is sure her aunt Barbauld will be glad to see him.
Xerox copy - original at BR

LETTER  M1782  16 Sep 1806

Contents:
L. [Lucy] Aikin, Stoke Newington, to Miss Susan Taylor, Holwell, near Tavistock.
The writer is glad Susan has enjoyed her tour of Cornwall. News of Charles Aikin's wedding to Anne [Wakefiled]. Arthur continued to live in the same house with his brother and sister-in-law, and Edmund is now living with Lyc's family. The Barbaulds are moving to a new house. The writer and Susan's Mother have visited "poor dear Benger". Other social news. References to Susan's forthcoming marriage.
Xerox copy - original at BR.

LETTER  M1783  29 Dec 1807

Contents:
A. D. Barbauld, Stoke Newington, to Mrs. (Susan) Reeve [nee Taylor], Norwich.
Congratulations of Susan's marriage. Local social news. Miss Vinet has just left the Barbauld's house after six months. The Barbaulds are sending Susan a dozen "spoon forks" as a wedding present.
Xerox copy - original at BR

LETTER  M1784  12 Apr 1809

Contents:
A. L. Barbauld to Mrs. Reeve, Norwich.
It appears that Susan and Mrs. C. Aikin each wish to show their baby to the other. News of "the little one in Broad Street". Local social news. Mrs. Barbauld is grateful for an invitation to Norwich, but thinks her travelling days are over. She looks forwards to Mrs. Taylor's visit. Comments on Campbells latest poetry, and on Wild Indian Sports.
Xerox copy - original at BR.

LETTER  M1785  [?1810]

Contents:
L. A. [Lucy Aikin] to Miss Benger, at Mr. Boyce's, New End, Hampstead.
Commiseration on Miss Benger's illness.
Lucy's parents are both unwell. Lucy has resumed "Elizabetha", which has been interrupted by the visits of friends.
Xerox copy - original at BR

LETTER  M1786  22 July 1812

Contents:
L. [Lucy] Aikin, Stoke Newington, to Mrs. Susan Reeve, Norwich.
Lucy is glad to renew her correspondence with Susan, and sympathises with the latter in her anxiety for her sick child. Lucy has been afflicted by the death of Philip Mallet who was at least, a dear and close friend. Lucy wishes to go to Norwich, but after her "long northern excursion" she cannot leave until she has published another work.
Xerox copy - original at BR

LETTER  M1787  29 Dec 1814

Contents:
A. L. Barbauld, Stoke Newington, to Mrs. Taylor, Norwich.
Condolences the lose Mrs. Taylor and Susan have suffered, and congratulations on Sarah's engagement. Mrs. Barbauld has met Miss Hilbank, and does not know whether Lord Bryon has appreciated her "more solid excellences" or her property, nor "whether her affection will make her amends for dissonance of character and principles". News of Dr. Holland and comments on the situation in France. Comments on the latest poems of Wordsworth and Southey. John Aiken has almost completed his Biography.
Xerox copy - original at BR

LETTER  M1788  6 May 1816

Contents:
Dr. Aikin, Stoke Newington, to Messrs. Longman & Co., Paternoster Row.
Accepts and invitation [to dinner].
Xerox copy - original at BR.

LETTER  M1789  26 Nov 1818

Contents:
A. L. Barbauld, Stoke Newington, to Mrs. Reeve, The Close, Norwich.
Hopes Mrs. Taylor will recover from her illness. The writer is glad Henry is at school, and she will send him a story when she has one. Comments on the death of Romilly.
Xerox copy - original at BR.

LETTER  M1790  30 Dec 1818

Contents:
Dr. Aikin to Messrs. Longman & Co. Paternoster Row.
The writer will make up for his neglect of the four poets mentioned in Longmans' note.
Xerox copy - original at BR.

LETTER  M1791  12 Oct [?1814]

Contents:
A. L. Barbauld, Stoke Newington, to Mrs. Reeve.
Condolences on the death of [Dr. Reeve].
Xerox copy - original at BR

LETTER  M1792  15 Jun 1823

Contents:
A. L. Barbauld, Stoke Newington, to Mrs. Reeve, Norwich.
Condolences on the death of Mrs. Taylor.
Xerox copy - original at BR

LETTER  M1793  17 June 1823

Contents:
C. R. [Charles Rochemont] Aikin, Stoke Newington, to [Mrs. Reeve, Norwich].
Codnolences on the death of Mrs. Taylor.
He is glad Henry's health is good.
Family news.
Xerox copy - original at BR

LETTER  M1794  16 Jan 1830

Contents:
A. [Arthur], Aikin, Society of Arts, of ("Sir").
The distribution of premiums of the Society of Arts took place on 25 Hay previous.
Xerox copy - original at BR

LETTER  M1795  n.d

Contents:
[?A. L. Barbauld] to Mrs. Reeve.
Congratulation on [a birth ? to Mrs. Reeve's sister Sarah].
Xerox copy - original at BR

LETTER  M1796  No date

Contents:
A. L. Barbauld, Dalgrave, to Miss Dixon, St. Andrews, Norwich.
An allegorical history of "Leisure" and her daughter "Ennui". Mrs. Barbauld hopes Miss Dixon will visit her.
Xerox copy - original at BR

LETTER  M1797  n.d

Contents:
A. L. Barbauld to ("Sir").
Any time will be convenient for Mrs. Taylor's visit.
Xerox copy - original at BR.

LETTER  M1798  n.d

Contents:
A. L. Barbauld to [Mr. Johnson]
Sends corrected proofs, and asks to borrow Chalmers' prefatory volumes to the Spectator, Tatlers & Guardians.
Xerox copy - original at BR

LETTER  M1799  no date

Contents:
A. L. Barbauld to her brother, Dr. Alkin, Yarmouth.
She sends him two books, on loan. The creditors have not yet determined whether the Barbaulds will have to move. She does not think she or Mr. B. are "proper persons to conduct a Mag." It has been decided that Mr. Walnefield should not be allowed private lectures. The writer has not decided whether to answer Burke.
Xerox copy - original at BR.

LETTER (fragment)  M1800  6 Mar 1819

Contents:
L. [Lucy] Aikin, Stoke Newington, to ?
Asks whether someone's father will be bankrupt.

LETTER  M1801  no date

Contents:
Miss [Lucy] Aikin, Stoke Newington, to Dr. Brown.
Invitation to dinner, to meet Mrs. Barbauld.
Xerox copy - original at BR

LETTER  M1802  n.d

Contents:
B. [Lucy] Aikin to Mrs. M [...] let.
Asks to borrow Mackintosh's History.
Xerox copy - original at BR

LETTER  M1803  29 Sep, no year

Contents:
J. Alkin, Stoke Newington, to ("My Lord").
The writer thinks it would be best if her corrected his proofs himself.
Xerox copy - original at BR

LETTER  M1804  14 Dec 1886

Contents:
Charles A. Aikin, 7 Clifton Place, Sussex Square.
The writer agrees that nothing should be done to his aunt's tomb for a few months. The writer's grandfather, grandmother, father and two uncles are also buried in Stoke Newington church yard.
Xerox copy - original at BR

CERTIFICATE OF LAND TAX  M1805  19 Feb 1799

Contents:
The Commissioners of Land Tax certify the amount of land tax payable on the properties concerned in M 831 (q.v.)

CONVEYANCE  M1806  27 June 1851

Contents:
1. John Moreland of Croydon, Surrey, Esq. Conrad Wilkinson of Backenham, Kent, Esq.
2. Robert Jeffs of 1 Finsbury Square, London, surgeon.
3. Thomas Russell of Croydon, Surrey, gent.
1 and 3 convey to 2 two houses on the south side of Howard Road, Hornsey.
Plan

CONVEYANCE  M1807  27 June 1851

Contents:
Parties as M1806
1 and 3 convey to 2 two houses on the north side of Coach and Horses Lane, Hornsey.
Plan

LEASE for 99 years, and COUNTERPART  M1808 - M1809  22 Nov 1862

Contents:
1. Robert Smith Jeffs of No. 30, Lisson Grove North, Mdx., surgeon.
Sarah Jeffs of Stoke Newington, widow.
2. Henry Luscombe of River Lane, Islington, builder.
1 as trustees of Robert Jeff's settlement lease to 2 a plot of land on the south side of Howard Road, Hornsey on which stand Milton House and two other messuages.

MORTGAGE  M1810  1 Mar 1878

Contents:
1. John Goldicutt Turner of No. 15a Wilton Street, Grosvenor Place, Mdx., architect and surveyor.
William Millard of 40 Charterhouse Square, London, wholesale chemist.
2. John Alexander Brand of Guildhall, London, gent.
1 as trustees of the Jeffs family settlements mortgage to 2 Nos. 5 and 6 Middleton Place, Stoke Newington Road, Hornsey, and a freehold chapel with two houses adjoining and a cottage in the rear in Albert Town (Stoke Newington) in the parishes of Hornsey and Islington.
Endorsed: Discharge by Emma Pownall of the mortgage (after assignments), 1 Oct 1892.
(See M1812 - M1814)

LEASE for 14¾ years  M1811  19 June 1804

Contents:
1. Benjamin Henry Gerrans of Buckingham House, Buckingham Road, De Beauvoir Town.
John Maxton of 41 Enfield Road North, De Beauvoir Town.
Lancelot Smith of Newport House, Highbury quadrant.
Joseph Hibbard of 14 Newington Green. George Noon of Leigh Road, Highbury Park.
Henry Airey senr. of 32 Ridley Road, Dalston.
Isaac Simon of 5 Paradise Row, Stoke Newington.
James Calvert Coates of 71 Highbury Quadrant.
Richard Beverley of 8 Brownswood Park.
Matthew Henry Arundell of 9 Mildray Park.
Thomas Cooper Sobey of 27 Milton Road, Stoke Newington.
Samuel James Mitchell of 57 Ockenden Road, Islington.
William Newton Law of 44 Balls Pond Road, Islington.
Henry Johnson of 9 Mildmay Road, De Beauvoir Town.
2. Joseph H. Thompson of Matthias Road, Stoke Newington, builder.
1 leases to 2 a piece of land behind the Wesleyan Chapel, Matthias Road.
Plan

ASSIGNMENT OF MORTGAGE  M1812  14 Jan 1889

Contents:
1. John Alexander Brand of Guildhall, City of London, Esq.
2. Joseph Edward Turner of 17 King Street, Cheapside, solicitor.
1 assigns to 2 the mortgage in M1810.

ASSIGNMENT OF MORTGAGE  M1813  6 Jan 1890

Contents:
1. Joseph Edward Turner of 17 King Street, Cheapside, City of London, solicitor.
2. Emma Pownall of Donals Castle, Bridgend, South Wales.
Assignment of the mortgage in M1810.

MORTGAGE  M1814  20 Dec 1893

Contents:
1. William Edward Millard of 57a, Farringdon Road, City of London, wholesale chemist.
2. Joseph Edward Turner of 17 King Street, Cheapside, City of London, solicitor.
1 (as trustee) mortgages to 2 the chapel property in M1810, now the Matthias Road Chapel (formerly Zion Chapel), Rhoda Cottages (one each side of the chapel) and a piece of land at the rear, now leased to the first parties in M1811.
Endorsed: Discharge of the above mortgage, 29 May 1899.

LEASE for 21 years  M1815  10 June 1899

Contents:
1. William Edward Millard of 57a Farringdon Road, City of London, wholesale chemist.
William Alexander Rogers of 17 King Street, Cheapside, City of London, solicitor.
2. William Henry Allen of 34 Burma Road, Mdx., civil servant. Matthew Henry Arundel of 57 Poets Road, Mdx., chemist.
Ernest Bennett of 24 Stoke Newington Common, Mdx., civil servant.
Josiah Wilson Bennett of 61 Ferntower Road, Mdx., warehouseman.
Alfred Ernest Booth of 2 Highbury Quadrant, Mdx., merchant.
John Knott Brown of 121 Manor Road, Mdx., salesman.
Henry Groves Cooper of 68 Petherton Road, Mdx., bank cashier.
John Masham Drake of 14 Mildmay Park, Mdx., oilman.
Benjamin Dunville of 9 Clissold Road, Mdx., publishers cashier.
Henry Martin Furniss of 89 Highbury Hill, Mdx., clerk.
Joseph Hibbard of the Limes, To Reridge, Herts, auctioneer.
Henry Jack of 66 Burma Road, Mdx., manufacturer.
Albert Horatio Jones of 291 Green Lancs, Ndx., merchant.
James Kerry of 154 Highbury New Park, Mdx., merchant.
Frank McClunan of 50 Albion Road, Mdx., clerk.
Richard Marshall of 98 Englefield Road, Mdx., cabinet maker.
John Masham of 8 Aden Terrace, Mdx., oil and colour merchant.
Alfred Sack of 80 Albion Road, Mdx., accountant.
Thomas Thompson of 9 Henry Road, Midx., merchant.
Evelyn John Williams of 61 Digby Road, Mdx., builders foreman.
Edward Middleton Wilcox of 65 Pyrland Road, Mdx., warehouseman.
1 (as trustees) lease to 2 the property in M1814.

MORTGAGE  M1816  1 Feb 1901

Contents:
1. William Edward Millard
William Alexander Rogers
See M1815
2. Starkey Thomas Hipwell of 17a Fergusson Road, East Barnet, Herts., gent.
For the payment of the money due under M1814, 1 (as trustees) mortgage to 2 the property in M1814.
Endorsed: Discharge of the above mortgage, 1 Aug 1911.

MORTGAGE  M1817  1 Aug 1811

Contents:
1. Alfred John Hamlen Thompson of 153 Whittington Road, Bowes Park, Mdx., gent.
Joseph Hope Stretton of 218 Strand, Co. London, solicitor.
2. Jane Muriel Gibbons, wife of Sir E.A. Horn-Elphinstone-Dalrymple, of Coombe Bissett, Wilts.
For the payment of the money due under M1816, 1 (as trustees) mortgage to 2 the property in M1814.
Endorsed: Transfer of the above mortgage by 2 to John Henry Hertin of 161 Edgware Road, Co., London, solicitors

LEASE for 21 years  M1818  10 Dec 1919

Contents:
1. Joseph Hope Stretton of 11 Serjeants Inn Temple, City of London, solicitor.
Alfred John Hamlen Thompson of the same address, secretary of the Aldrington on Sea Estates Ltd.
2. Hamilton Lenney Hibbard of 111 Lordship Road, Stoke Newington, auctioneer and estate agent. John Edward Slack of 343 Holloway Road, Co. London, engineer.
Robert Hugh Volckman of 97 Balfour Road, Highbury New Park, Highbury, builder
1 as trustees lease to 2 the property in M1814.

CONVEYANCE  M1819  13 Oct 1920

Contents:
1. Alfred John Hamlen Thompson of 153 Whittington Road, Bowes Park, Mdx., gent.
Joseph Hope Stretton of 11 Serheants Inn, City of London, solicitor.
2. Adelaide Emma Brooke and Charlotte Annie Brooke, both of 38 The Park, Ealing, Co. London, spinsters. Charles William Alfred Brooke of 48 Anerley Park, Surrey, clerk in holy orders.
Reginald Eugene Brooke of 168 Melrose Avenue, Cricklewood, Co. London, gent.
1 as trustees of Robert Jeffs' settlement convey to 2, who are the children of Adelaide Hannah (nee Jeffs) and Alfred Brooke, the property in M1814, subject to the mortgage in M1817 and the lease in M1818; and Milton House and two cottages in Howard Road, (see M1808) subject to the lease in M1808.

CONVEYANCE  M1820  17 June 1921

Contents:
1. John Henry Hortin of 161 Edgeware Road, Co. London, solicitor.
2. (Second parties as in M1819)
3. The Rev. Irving Armstrong of 132 Green Lanes, Stoke Newington, Superintendent Minister of the Circuit of the Wesleyan Methodist Connexion.
4. Hamilton Lenney Hibbard of 11 Lordship Road, Co. London, auctioneer.
Hamilton Edgar Hibbard of 15 Newington Green, Co. London, auctioneer.
George Henry Knowles of 70 Milton Road, Co. London, builder.
Emile Wallace Belsham of 5 Clissold Road, Co. London, card manufacturer.
Albert Augustus Bruton of 4 Reedholme Villas, Co. London, book steward.
Alfred Thomas Hamilton Talbot of 56 Hamilton Road, Co. London, bank clerk.
Robert Hugh Volckman of 97 Balfour Road, Co. London, builder.
Sydney Kitchener of 135 Park Lane, Co. London, civil servant.
Percy Price of 43 Brownswood Road, Co. London, schoolmaster.
Frank McClunan of 96 Albion Road, Co. London, secretary.
William Parkinson of 47 Clissold Road, Co. London, civil servant.
William Ibbett Parkinson of 47 Clissold Road, Co. London, clerk.
Clement Sydney Hunt of 55 Gloucester Road, Co. London, assistant registrar.
James Leslie Kerry of 68 Fairholt Road, Co. London, commercial engineer.
Ernest Housden Langley of 42 Fairholt Road, Co. London, schoolmaster.
Thomas William Carman of 31 Stavordale Road, Co. London, civil servant.
John Edward Slack of 343 Holloway Road, engineer.
Gregory Alexander Page of 107 Highbury New Park, Co. London, journalist.
Edwin Herbert Jones of 55 Highbury Park, Co. London, civil servant.
Harriet Fowler of 204 Essex Road, Co. London, postmistress.
Elizabeth Ann Darlow of 75 Wildmay Grove, Co. London, civil servant.
Edith Rachel Bruton of 4 Reedholm Villas, wife of A.A. Bruton.
Minnie Knowles of 70 Milton Road, wife of G. H. Knowles.
4 repay to 1 the mortgage in M1817, and 1 and 2 with the approbation of 3 convey to 4 the property in M1814 (subject to the lease in M1818) and the property in M1808, now Nos. 18, 20, 20a and 22 Howard Road, (subject to the lease in M1808).
Plan

SURRENDER OF LEASE  M1821  18 July 1924

Contents:
1. Helen Luscombe, spinster, of Rosemount, 9 Derby Road, Folworth, Surbiton.
2. The Rev. Harold Mallinson of 132 Green Lanes, Stoke Newington, Superintendent Minister of the Circuit of the Wesleyan Methodist Connexion.
3. (As the fourth parties in M1820)
1 with the approbation of 2 surrenders to 3 the lease in M1808.

VALUATION  M1822  5 Nov 1914

Contents:
Valuation of 66, 68 (the Wesleyan chapel) and 70 Matthias Road, under the Finance Act of 1910.

PLAN  M1823  n.d

Contents:
Ground plan and section of No. 66 Matthias Road.

AGREEMENT FOR SALE  M1824  1937

Contents:
1. The Trustees of the Matthias Road Wesleyan Chapel
2. Stoke Newington Metropolitan Borough Council.
1 agree to sell to 2 No. 66 Matthias Road, the Chapel, No. 70 Matthias Road, and land and buildings behind these properties; and No. 18, 20 and 22 Howard Road, and land and buildings behind Nos. 20 and 22 (the property in M1822). Schedule of tenants.

ABSTRACT OF TITLE  M1825  1937

Contents:
Title of the Trustees of the Wesleyan Chapel to the property in M1824.
Plan

REQUISITIONS OF TITLE  M1826  1937

Contents:
Concerning the agreement in M1824.

LETTER  M1827  n.d

Source of acquisition: From CR, 1965


Contents:
J. L. T[oole], Toole's Theatre, King William Street, Strand, to "Edmund".
The writer's wife is "very bad indeed, although she occasionally rallies wonderfully", and has no pain. "I am trying to act".

LETTER  M1828  n.d

Contents:
J. L. Toole, Plymouth, to "Edmund".
Asks for some books to be sent. He wants "to work up the business of Routledge firm".
From CR, 1965

LETTER  M1829  16 Apr 1888

Source of acquisition: From CR, 1965


Contents:
J. L. Toole, Toole's Theatre, King William Street, Strand, to "Edmund".
? Sends some whiskey, which is from Dublin, "firm [...] . Doherty is connected with". "Why didn't you come to Ledger last night?"

LETTER  M1830  4 Nov 1888

Source of acquisition: From CR, 1965


Contents:
J. L. Toole, Edinburgh, to "Edmund".
Florence has been taken ill in Edinburgh, and the writer has travelled from Glasgow each day to see her. Miss Johnstone will stay with her while the writer goes to Carlisle. "I scarce know how I'm getting through my work". His wife is at home, unable to travel.

LETTER  M1831  n.d

Source of acquisition: From CR, 1965


Contents:
J. L. Toole, Liverpool, to "Edmund".
Invitation to lunch, and account of the writer's future social engagements. Mention of an enclosed letter.

LETTER  M1832  n.d

Source of acquisition: Transferred from CR, 1965


Contents:
J. L. Toole, Harrogate, to "Edmund".
The writer has been "doing big business everywhere". He will be at T.R. [Theatre Royal], Nottingham, the last three nights of the week, will spend Sunday in London with Irving, and then travel to Birmingham, where he will stay with the ? Rogers. The writer is saddened by his brother's death, and feels very depressed. He misses Florence and his wife greatly and thanks his correspondent and the latter's family for their comfort in his sorrows. His hopes for the St. Leger at Doncaster; he sends regards to Billy Wright and his wife.

LETTER  M1833  11 Mar 1889

Source of acquisition: From CR, 1965


Contents:
J. L. Toole, Grand Hotel Noailles, Marseille, to "Edmund".
They came direct from Paris and did not stay at Lyons. Marseilles is "capital". They are going on to Monte Carlo. Many people ask "Where is the Alderman?" [Edmund]. The writer hopes the Strand alterations will be complete on his return. He is fairly well, but depressed. His throughts keep wondering to Kensal Green.

LETTER  M1834  17 Mar 188[9]

Source of acquisition: From CR, 1965


Contents:
J. L. Toole, Grand Hotel, Monte Carlo, to "Edmund".
He has enjoyed the company of Mr. and Mrs. Meade. He has read Mr. Thorne's speeches, which have been taken down in shorthand by a neighbour and sent to the writer. He encloses a donation to the Dinner, and will send some flowers for the Chairman's table. They are leaving for Genoa on Thurday.

LETTER  M1835  n.d

Source of acquisition: From CR, 1965


Contents:
J. Douglass, National Standard Theatre, to "Crane".
The present Standard Theatre opened 18 Dec 1867, will hold 4730 people. At Gough's lecture on 30 Oct 1878 there were in addition nearly 1400 on the stage. Mr. Sims Reeve played in "Beggar's Opera" there in June or July 1869.

LETTER  M1836  n.d

Source of acquisition: From CR, 1965


Contents:
Nelson Lee to Lacy.
"If in time alter what I put in to the paper to - This original play being the sole property of Messrs. Johnson and Nelson Lee, managers. Representing it without their permission will be subject to the full charge permitted by Act of Parliament".

LETTER  M1837  28 May 1839

Source of acquisition: From CR, 1965


Contents:
James R. Anderson, Theatre Royal, Covent Garden, to J. Munro, Theatre Royal, Birmingham.
The writer's season will close at the end of June, and he would like to visit Birmingham during the recess. Madam [...] Vestris intends to open Covent Garden early in September.

LETTER  M1838  n.d

Source of acquisition: From CR, 1965


Contents:
C. Dillon, Theatre Royal, Hull, to Lacy.
"Webbs Corsican Brothers, Cumberlands Edition, by return. Be sure and oblige..."

PAMPHLET  M1839  c. 1856

Source of acquisition: From CR, 1965


Contents:
"Opinions of the Press on Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dillon".
Press reviews 1851 - 1856.

LETTER  M1840  29 Aug 1839

Source of acquisition: From CR, 1965


Contents:
R. Keeley, 5 Ampthill Place, Vassall Road, Brixton.
Asks if they are being offered £10 or £30 in addition to Mr. Munro's £20 to play out the week at Lichfield, Suggests plays in which Mr. and Mrs. Keeley act (and sing).

LETTER  M1841  n.d

Source of acquisition: From CR, 1965


Contents:
Mary Ann Keeley, 10 Pelham Crescent, SW, to "Madame".
Asks if her correspondent can lend her a copy of "The engineers story from Mont Blanc". Jessie is staying with the writer.

LETTER  M1842  n.d

Source of acquisition: From CR, 1965


Contents:
Carry Nelson, Theatre Royal, Yarmouth, to "Sir".
Asks for copies of songs (named) to be sent by return.

LETTER  M1843  n.d

Source of acquisition: From CR, 1965


Contents:
S. Thorne, Music Hall, Hastings, to "Sir".
Asks for copies of two burlesques to be sent.

PHOTOGRAPH  M1844  n.d

Source of acquisition: From CR, 1965


Contents:
"Miss Thorne".

NEWSPAPER CUTTING  M1845  13 Dec 1870

Source of acquisition: From CR, 1965


Contents:
Review of "The Wife's Tragedy" by Mrs. Edward Thomas at the Standard. London Figaro.

LETTER  M1846  15 Dec 1855

Source of acquisition: From CR, 1965


Contents:
Jane Thomas, 49 Upper Baker Street, Regents Park, to T. F. Dillon Croker.
Thanks him for his congratulations on her play. The second performance was very well received.

LETTER  M1847  8 Dec 1870

Source of acquisition: From CR, 1965


Contents:
Jane Thomas, 49 Upper Baker Street, Regents Park, to Mr. Croker.
Informs him that her play "The Wife's Tragedy" is to be performed at the Standard Theatre, on 10 Dec. She would like to see more of him.

ENVELOPES (2)  M1848 - M1849  n.d

Source of acquisition: From CR, 1965


Contents:
[Jane Thomas] to T. F. Dillon Croker, 6 Strand.

LETTER  M1850  15 May 1839

Source of acquisition: From CR, 1965


Contents:
Edward Wright, 7 Wilton Place, Belgrave Square, Hyde Park Corner, to "Sir".
He sends a copy of the play he proposes to perform if it has not been played in Birmingham already.

LETTER  M1851  13 Apr 1839

Source of acquisition: From CR, 1965


Contents:
Charles Pitt, 9 Lower Abbey Street, Dublin, to M. H. Simpson, Theatre Royal, Birmingham.
The writer would be happy to treat with Mr. Simpson (on behalf of Mr. Munro) for the leading tragedy at the Theatre Royal, Birmingham. His terms are £2 10s per week. He is accounted "the greatest favourite that ever appeared in the Abbey Theatre."

LETTER  M1852  7 Feb ?

Source of acquisition: From CR, 1965


Contents:
? C. Wyndham, Wyndhams Theatre, Charing Cross Road, W.C. to ?
He is grieved by his correspondent's troubles. He advises postponing consideration until Sir Henry's return.

PHOTOGRAPHS  M1853 - M1854  n.d

Source of acquisition: From CR, 1965


Contents:
? Charles Wyndham (in costume).

LETTER  M1855  n.d

Source of acquisition: From CR, 1965


Contents:
Agnes Elseworth, Carlton Lodge, to Mrs. ? Winstanley.
The writer is sending some old linen, and asks her correspondent to dinner.

PHOTOGRAPH  M1856  n.d

Source of acquisition: From CR, 1965.


Contents:
"Miss Elseworth" (in costume).

DESCRIPTION OF SHOREDITCH BOUNDARIES  M1857  n.d. [before 1851]

Source of acquisition: Transferred from CR, 1965.


Contents:
Detailed circuit of the parish boundaries, clockwise from the church. Individual streets and houses named.

LETTER  M1858  16 Sep 1852

Former reference: AR

Contents:
W. Bartholemew, 2 Walcot Place, Hackney, to [? John O.] Mason.
The writer praises his correspondent's success for "the cause, and the name of Mendelsson". He asks his correspondent's choice of music for a ceremony [? a christening].

NOTES ON LOCAL HISTORY AND GENEALOGY  M1859  20th century

Contents:
Notes compiled by J. R. D. Tyssen and others on the history of Hackney, and on the genealogy and heraldry of local families.

MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE  M2537  14 July 1834

Contents:
Marriage at S. Leonard, Shoreditch:
James Folgar of Dovercourt, Essex, widower
Priscilla Thompson of S. Leonard, Shoreditch, widow

LETTER  M2538  3 Oct 1860

Former reference: AR

Contents:
C. H. Pulley, Homerton, to C. Green, Esq.
The writer is out of pocket by £200, which will be increased by "Attorney's profits". Gives the voting results for [Hackney] church-wardens, and his own as vestry clerk. His correspondent ought to see "the particulars of the demand for which the Action is brought".

HISTORICAL NOTES  M2539  [1524]

Source of acquisition: Transferred from CR, 1965.


Contents:
"Ceremonial of the Funeral of Sir Thomas Lovel".
Description of all the ceremonies connected with the funeral; the burial was at Holywell Priory.
MS notes, taken from "the books of the Heralds College"

FIRE INSURANCE POLICIES  M2540 - M2543  1866

Former reference: B.R.A. 1114

Source of acquisition: Don. Islington Libraries.


Contents:
Nos. 108, 109 and 110 Paul Street [Shoreditch]: warehouses, office, repair shop, polishing shop, upholsterers shop, stable, dwelling-house and yard, and stock in trade of Messrs. Moore and Hunton, upholsterers and cabinet makers

FIRE INSURANCE POLICY  M2544  1871

Former reference: B.R.A. 1114

Source of acquisition: Don. Islington Libraries


Contents:
Premises in Paul Street [probably those in M1862 - 5]: dwelling-house, warehouses, cabinet makers workshops and upholders workshop and polishers workshop, of Edward Hunton, cabinet manufacturer

LETTER  M2545  12 Mar 1874

Former reference: B.R.A.1114

Source of acquisition: Don. Islington Libraries.


Contents:
C. Luttons (for Finsbury Estate), 9 Whitehall Place, London, S.W., to Messrs. Moore and Hunton, Paul Street.
Consent for the premises being insured with the "North British" office

LETTER  M2546  13 Oct 1874

Former reference: B.R.A. 1114

Source of acquisition: Don. Islington Libraries


Contents:
Thomas John Nicks, 198 Albany Road, to Messrs. Green & Son.
The writer agrees to rent No. 36, Paul Street on a yearly tenancy.

LETTER  M2547  25 Mar 1920

Contents:
Wilmot ?, S. Michael's Clergy House, Mark Street, Finsbury, E. [...] C.2, to Mrs. Burrows.
Accepts an invitation from Mrs. Burrows and the Bishop. While in the Sheffield area he hopes to see the relations of Miss Wragg, "one of our most valued workers."

INDEX TO GRAVEYARD INSCRIPTIONS  M2548  1842

Contents:
"Draft index (arranged) to inscriptions from churchyards of St. John at Hackney" by M. A. Gliddon, 9 Church Yard, Hackney.
Gives surnames and numbers only. Numbers do not relate to D/F/TYS/48-49. Some names are the same as those in the Tyssen index, others not.

RECEIPT VOUCHERS  M2549  1877

Source of acquisition: Don. Miss E. Willis, 3/1975


Contents:
Receipts of Mr. Mason and his executors for rates, rents, taxes, building repairs and redecorations, also life assurance and legacies.
Includes two sanitary notices.
Properties in Nicholas Street, Alma Street, Penn Street, Bookham Street and Upper John Street.

COURT ORDER (Copy)  M2550  11 Jan 10 George II [1737]

Source of acquisition: Deposit from the Vestry of S. Leonard, Shoreditch.


Contents:
Order by the Court of Quarter Sessions for Middlesex.
John Kendrick held a messuage in Finsbury called the Sign of the Barking Dogs, whose lease was expiring; he therefore built a messuage to replace it on a piece of land called Farthing Pye House Fields, on the Shoreditch/Finsbury boundary (see M2551) Both parishes have demanded rates for the new property. On Kendrick's petition, the Court orders that one-fourth of the property shall be assessed to Finsbury, and three-fourths to Shoreditch.

PLAN  M2551  [1736-7]

Source of acquisition: Deposit from the Vestry of S. Leonard, Shoreditch.


Contents:
Plan (relating to the above order) showing "The Barking Dogs" with brewhouse, skittle alley and arbours; the path from Moorfields and to Hoxton; the "Old Barking Dogs"; and the boundary between Shoreditch and Finsbury.
Scale: 9" = 500 feet.

"TYBURN TICKET"  M2552  19 Feb 1794

Former reference: AR: E13

Contents:
Certificate by the Recorder of Middlesex that Alexander Mitchell of Hackney is discharged from serving Parish and Ward offices in Hackney because he apprehended and prosecuted Thomas Bruce, who had broken into Mitchell's house and stolen property.
Certificate enrolled 1 March 1800.
Endorsed: Transfer by Alexander Mitchell to William Fieldwick of Hackney, bricklayer, of the above certificate.

SUBSCRIPTION LIST  M2553  1745

Former reference: AR: E41

Contents:
Signatures of "Principal Inhabitants" of the Tower Hamlets Division subscribing to a fund to pay a bounty to soldiers enlisting to combat the present "horrid and unnatural Rebellion"

SUBSCRIPTION LIST  M2554  5 Apr 1739

Former reference: AR: E42

Contents:
Signatures of parishioners of Hackney promising subscriptions towards the cost of supporting the choice of Church wardens recently made, and for appointing a Select Vestry.

EXTRACT FROM THE REGISTERS OF THE BISHOP OF LONDON  M2555  17 Mar 1690

Former reference: AR: E36

Contents:
Record of the institution of the Rev. Richard Roach M.A. to the rectory of Hackney (vacant by the death of William Morehouse) on the presentation of Thomas Cooke, patron.

RECEIPT  M2556  27 Jan 1753

Former reference: AR: E19 [...]

Contents:
William Skelton acknowledges receipt from Mr. Cornthwaite of £11 2s 10d, legal and other expenses for the latter's institution to Hackney vicarage.

LETTER  M2557  24 Aug 1779

Former reference: AR: E47

Contents:
[Rev.] Thomas Cornthwaite [Vicar of Hackney], Bristol Hotwells, to Francis John Tyssen, Esq., Grosvenor Street, London (redirected to Foulden, Forfolk).
Describes the income of the vicarage of Hackney; the writer has kept the small tithes at a very low rate, and "suffered the Quakers to defraud me of all dues". If the writer cannot resign legally upon an annuity, he must give Mr. Symons the refusal of acting for him, and will do so unless he hears from his successor soon.
[F. J. Tyssen was patron of the living]

LETTER  M2558  9 Nov 1826

Former reference: AR: E47

Contents:
J. Watson [Rector of Hackney] to W.G.D. Tyssen, 1 Fitzroy Square, London.
Encloses another document [concerning the establishment of South Hackney parish].
Points out that his tithes have always been paid at a very low rate. He thinks the parsonage house will not be too good for the living - "your son will be in no danger, and will only have a most comfortable residence suited to his connection with such a Parish, and with such a Patron..."
More details of the financial arrangements.
Endorsed: Account of the income of the Rectory of Hackney, 1 Jan - 31 Dec 1825 (total, less outgoings, £1195)

BUILDING SPECIFICATION  M2559  1705

Former reference: AR; E31

Contents:
Specification (in the form of an estimate, but cost not given) for "the Minister's House at Hackney, which is to be rebuilt."

LETTER  M2560  14 June 1853

Former reference: AR: E15

Contents:
W. H. Hill, D.D. (Regius Professor of Hebrew, Cambridge, and Canon of Ely) College, Ely, to the Incumbent or Officiating Minister of Hackney.
Asks for a certificate of his baptism (he was born 18 July 1792, son of John and Martha Mill of S. Thomas' Square, Hackney).

CERTIFICATE OF BAPTISM  M2561  20 July 1853

Former reference: AR: E15

Contents:
Baptism of William Hedge, son of John and Martha Mill, on 17 Aug 1792.

CERTIFICATE OF BURIAL  M2562  5 July 1688

Former reference: AR: E19

Contents:
Burial of Ann Niccol, S. John at Hackney (died 2 Mar, buried 4 Mar 1651/2)

AFFIDAVIT  M2563  7 Oct 1713

Former reference: AR: E26

Contents:
Anne Ayres of Hackney, widow, attests that Mary Floyd, John Gray, Mary Corlew and William Cotterill, lately deceased in Hackney, were buried in woollen.

CERTIFICATE OF DECLARATION  M2564  21 July 1680

Former reference: AR: E3

Contents:
Certificate by the Bishop of Winchester that Peter Newcome has signed the Declaration under the Act of Uniformity, before being licensed to serve as a deacon in the churches of Newnham and Mapledorwell, Hants.
Endorsed: Record of Newcome's reading the Declaration in Mapledorwell Church, 25 July 1680.

LETTER  M2565  8 Mar 1700

Former reference: AR: E2

Contents:
Henry Newcome, Oxford, to his uncle the Rev. Peter Newcome "with Mr. Wyatt at the Sign of the Rose in St. Paul's Churchyard, London".
The writer is sorry that Mr. Cacacapper is not likely to do well at Watford, and that Mr. Samuel Nicolls has married so disadvantageously. The writer is glad his uncle has obtained such a good living [?Hackney]. He has mentioned his uncle's proposal to Mr. Whip, who has taken his degree; if Mr. Whip should fail [to accept] the writer will try to find someone else "to teach your Schoole and serve your cute". Oxford news.
Endorsed: Lists of members of Hackney Select Vestry, 1679-1704.

LETTER  M2566  13 Feb 1712/3

Former reference: AR: E31

Contents:
Peter Newcome, Hackney, to Mr. Prime.
Concerning action to be taken in the case of Mr. Harwood, who is disputing [? the tithes] for Balmes.

ENVELOPE FRONT  M2567  n.d

Former reference: AR: E43

Contents:
To Mr. Pennant, at Mr. Newcome's, Hackney, near London.
Franked by E. Vaughan [M.P.] and postmarked "Northop".

LETTER  M2568  30 Dec 1802

Former reference: AR: E43

Contents:
Richard Newcome to [Mr. Hougham].
Encloses his Christmas [school] bill for Mr. Tyssen. The writer will pay his respects before finally leaving London. He is obliged to Mr. Tyssen for his kind enquiries during the writer's illness.

ESTATE ACCOUNTS  M2569  3 Nov 1701

Former reference: AR: E23

Contents:
"Taxes of my estate in Hackney" [Francis Tyssen] Lists tenants, ?rent and taxes payable.

TERRIER  M2570  7 July 1704

Former reference: AR: E44

Contents:
Schedule ("Extract uyt mijn boecken") of the properties of [Francis Tyssen], with ?values and annual rents. Properties in Hackney, Shoreditch, the City, and "Land in Zealand", also ?note of outgoings.

RECEIPT  M2571  2 Dec 1651

Former reference: AR: E11

Contents:
1. Job Sedgwick, citizen and brewer of London.
2. Thomas Foot, citizen and alderman of London.
1 acknowledges receipt of £1080, the purchase price for "certain parcells of upland meadow or ground called London feilds" in the parish of Hackney.

APPOINTMENT OF ATTORNEY  M2572  4 Sep 1711

Former reference: AR: E6

Contents:
1. Henry Offley
Walter Offley
Edward Offley
2. Henry Willis of the Middle Temple, London, gent.
John Whishaw of Clifford's Inn, London, gent.
1 appoint 2 as their attorneys to be admitted to their shares of the property of their deceased brothers Thomas and Charles, who each held one twelfth of a capital messuage with grounds and two cottages on part of a former ditch, and another cottage (south side of Well Street); a messuage with grounds and two cottages (north side of Well Street); and a messuage (south side of Well Street); all copyhold of the manor of Kingshold.

DEED OF GRANT (copy)  M2573  12 Sep 1550

Former reference: AR: E39-40

Contents:
1. Nicholas [Ridley], Bishop of London
2. Edward VI
1 grants to 2 the manors of Braintree and Southminster, Essex, and those of Stepney and Hackney, and Stepney Marsh, and properties appertaining to the manors, and the advowson of Coggeshall, Essex.
Subscribed: Ratification of the above grant by the Dean and Chapter of S. Paul's
Seals of ? the Bishop of London and S. Paul's Cathedral.
Lithograph copies, the first on paper and the second (not showing seals) on parchment.

LETTER  M2574  3 June 1587

Former reference: AR: E17

Contents:
[Sir] Walter Mildmay, Hackney, to Mr. Fanshaw, Remembrancer of the Court of Exchequer.
Requires his correspondent not to grant to Raphe Tomlyn a supersedeas to stay the injunction granted by the Court that Edward Hide shall possess the lands and tithes relating to the Free Chapel of S. Giles in Wakely, Herts.

LETTER (part missing, many erasures)  M2575  n.d

Former reference: AR: E17

Contents:
[Sir] Walter Mildmay to Mr. Pratt (? Duchy of Cornwall).

LETTER  M2576  7 July 1615

Former reference: AR: E30

Contents:
[Sir] Julius Caesar "from the Rolls", to "Your Lordship" [see M2577].
Recommends to his lordship's favour Captain [ ] Woodhouse, ?the writer's brother.

ENVELOPE  M2577  nd

Former reference: AR: E34

Contents:
"To the Right Hon, my verie good Lord Sir Horatio Vere, knight, Lord Governour of his Majesty's towne of Briell in Holland".
Seal: Arms of Caesar.
[Envelope to M2576]

RECEIPT  M2578  2 Dec 1630

Former reference: AR: E23

Contents:
John Mobbs acknowledges receipt from "Mr. Joyles Debbutt". of £2.

LETTER (copy)  M2579  11 June, no year

Former reference: AR: E37

Contents:
John Thurloe, Whitehall, to Lt. Col. Worsley.
The goods formerly belonging to Mr. ?Touley are to remain in the latter's house at Hackney until His Highness [Oliver Cromwell] shall have them sent for. An inventory of them is to be prepared.

MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT  M2580  16 Jan 1668/9

Former reference: AR: E28

Contents:
1. Thomas Barnardiston of Hackney, merchant
2. Josiah Clerke of London, doctor of physic
2 is to marry 1's daughter Abigail, and is to receive a marriage portion of £800. He is bound to 1 in the sum of £1005, which bond will become void if he leaves an income of £80 p.a. to his wife after his death.

RECEIPT  M2581  10 July 1680

Former reference: AR: E7

Contents:
Sir Thomas Player, Teller of the Exchequer, acknowledges receipt from Sir Thomas Vernon, bart, of £23, three months interest on £1150 in repayment of loans under the Act for granting £206462 17s 3d for paying off..... the Forces.....

APPOINTMENT OF ATTORNEY  M2582  8 Jan 1680/1

Former reference: AR: E46ii

Contents:
1. Mary Luce of S. Martin in the Fields, Mdx., widow
Elizabeth Rooe of Enfield, Mdx., widow
2 Thomas Savage of Lyons Inn, S. Clement Dames, Mdx. gent.
1 appoint 2 to receive a yearly sum of £16 10s due to 1 from Sir Robert Viner, to the use of John Hussey of Okehampton, clerk, and Rebecca his wife.

INVITATION TO FUNERAL  M2583  20 Aug 1685

Former reference: AR: E36

Contents:
Invitation addressed to Mr. Bowell to accompany the corpse of Mr. Robert Huntingdon from his house in Stanton Harcourt to the parish church.
Endorsed: direction to "---- Stonhouse att Cockethrop".

ARBITRATION AWARD  M2584  14 Feb 1720/21

Former reference: AR: E24

Contents:
1. Joseph Brooksbank of Hackney, merchant.
2. John Wallis of Hackney, gent.
Award concerning various rights of way in Hackney and Homerton.
Arbitrators: Daniel Dolins, John Clarke and Christopher Whichcote of Hackney, Esquires.

CASE AND OPINION  M2585  21 Oct 1742

Former reference: AR: E9

Contents:
Case of the will of Margaret Wordsworth of Hackney, spinster; (a legatee deceased).
Opinion of D. Ryder.

LETTER  M2586  14 Dec 1745

Former reference: AR: E22

Contents:
M. D., Hackney, to "Sir" [endorsed in a later hand "To Revd. J. Toms, Hadleigh"]
Thanks for a turkey. The writer will send the medicines which have been ordered. The poor's bread will be distributed on Tuesday. The previous week the writer was "quite distrest to know whare to go, for most people expected the Rebels in Town......so that Hackney would have been a very improper place to have stay'd in". There has been more piety, and less "divertions and Scandall" during the troubles. Mrs. Browne has had a son. Business matters.
[The letter is ascribed to "a daughter of Sir Daniel Dolins" but there is no internal evidence for this].

LETTER  M2587  18 June 1788

Former reference: AR: E8b

Contents:
Dr. Price, Hackney, to Mr. Lawless, at Mr. Cadell's, Bookseller, Strand.
Asks Mr. Cadell to send a copy of Dr. Price's book upon morals, inscribed "From the Author", to the Bishop of St. Asaph.

LETTER  M2588  10 Nov, no year [18th century]

Former reference: AR: E8a

Contents:
The Rev. Mr. Mead, S. Thomas's Square, Hackney, to Mr. Cadel.
Orders a copy of "Buchan's Domestic Medicine".

PETITION  M2589  18 Dec 1817

Former reference: AR: E18

Contents:
Christopher Lee Sugg, Bath, to Her Majesty the Queen [Charlotte], Bath.
The writer, a ventriloquist, asks to perform before the Queen, and to sing his additional verse to the National Anthem, which prays for the Queen.

APPOINTMENT OF ATTORNEY  M2590  12 Jan 1716/17

Former reference: AR: E4

Contents:
1. Margaret Nicholl of Hackney, spinster
2. Honorat Smith of Hadley, Mdx.
1 appoints 2 as her attorney in respect of her shares in the South Sea Company.

APPOINTMENT OF ATTORNEY  M2591  8 Mar 1719/20

Former reference: AR: E34

Contents:
1. Richard Mottershed of Hackney, gent.
2. James Lancashire junr. of S. Clements Eastcheap, London.
1 empowers 2 to sell his stock in the South Sea Company.

APPOINTMENT OF ATTORNEY  M2592  18 Mar 1719/20

Former reference: AR: E35

Contents:
1. Anne Baskett of Hackney, widow
2. Robert Chambers of Cornhill, London, goldsmith
1 empowers 2 to sell her stock in the South Sea Company.

APPOINTMENT OF ATTORNEY  M2593  22 Mar 1719/20

Former reference: AR: E27

Contents:
1. William Dawsonne of Hackney, Esq.
2. William Heathcote of Hackney, Esq.
1 empowers 2 to sell £823 13s stock in the South Sea Company.

APPOINTMENT OF ATTORNEY  M2594  22 Mar 1719/20

Former reference: AR: E21

Contents:
1. William Brookes of Hackney, gent.
2. Elizabeth Brookes of Hackney, widow.
1 empowers 2 to sell £1000 stock in the South Sea Company.

APPOINTMENT OF ATTORNEY  M2595  1 Apr 1720

Former reference: AR: E33

Contents:
1. William Dawsonne of Hackney, Esq.
2. Robert Brisco of London, merchant.
1 empowers 2 to sell £1000 stock in the South Sea Company.

APPOINTMENT OF ATTORNEY  M2596  11 Apr 1720

Former reference: AR: E35

Contents:
1. William Brookes of Hackney, gent.
2. Richard Dulane of Pancrass Road, London, Esq.
1 empowers 2 to sell £500 stock in the South Sea Company.

APPOINTMENT OF ATTORNEY  M2597  13 July 1720

Former reference: AR: E33

Contents:
1. Francis Cooper of Hackney
2. Robert Dunkley of the South Sea House.
1 appoints 2 to subscribe all 1's stocks in the Bank of England into the South Sea Company.

APPOINTMENT OF ATTORNEY  M2598  13 July 1720

Former reference: AR: E16

Contents:
1. Richard Mottershed of Hackney, gent.
2. Christopher Clayton of the South Sea House, gent.
As M2597

APPOINTMENT OF ATTORNEY  M2599  15 July 1720

Former reference: AR: E14

Contents:
1. Anne, widow and executix of William Natt of Hackney.
2. John Parry of S. Michael Royal, London, victualler
As M2597

APPOINTMENT OF ATTORNEY  M2600  18th Apr 1721

Former reference: AR: E27

Contents:
1. William Dawsonne of Hackney, Esq.
2. John Potts of Gracechurch Street, London, oilman.
1 empowers 2 to sell £650 stock in the South Sea Company.

APPOINTMENT OF ATTORNEY  M2601  27 Nov 1721

Former reference: AR: E5

Contents:
1. Thomas Powell of Hackney, gent.
2. William Bordrigge of the Inner Temple, London, gent.
1 appoints 2 as his attorney to sell £268 17s 9d stock in the South Sea Company.

APPOINTMENT OF ATTORNEY  M2602  10 Aug 1722

Former reference: AR: E32

Contents:
1. Zachary Skinner of Hackney, Esq.
2. George Wallis of Exchange Alley.
1 empowers 2 to sell £100 stock in the South Sea Company.

APPOINTMENT OF ATTORNEY  M2603  8 Sep 1722

Former reference: AR: E10

Contents:
1. Zachary Skinner of Hackney, Esq.
2. George Wallis of Exchange Alley.
1 appoints 2 as his attorney to sell £100 stock in the South Sea Company.

APPOINTMENT OF ATTORNEY  M2604  15 Dec 1722

Former reference: AR: E12

Contents:
1. John Rawlinson of Hackney
2. Robert Fitzhugh of Cheapside, linen-draper.
1 empowers 2 to sell the stock in South Sea Company of Robert Garbrand deceased, of whom 1 and 2 are executors.

APPOINTMENT OF ATTORNEY  M2605  12 Oct 1723

Former reference: AR: E29

Contents:
1. John Ward of Hackney, Esq.
2. George Wallis of Exchange Alley.
1 empowers 2 to sell £500 stock in the South Sea Company.

APPOINTMENT OF ATTORNEY  M2606  7 May 1726

Former reference: AR: E32

Contents:
1. John Ward of Hackney, Esq.
2. George Wallis of London, broker.
1 empowers 2 to sell (or receive dividends on) 1's stock in the South Sea Company.

ORDER FOR PAYMENT  M2607  13 July 1729

Former reference: AR: E25

Contents:
1. John Barker of Hackney, minister of the gospel.
Nathaniel Richardson of Hackney, merchant.
John Papillion of London, Esq.
2. Martha, wife of Daniel Gibson, citizen and cloth worker of London.
1 empower 2 to receive the dividends on £400 South Sea stock standing in the name of 1.

ORDER FOR PAYMENT  M2608  27 Sep 1729

Former reference: AR: E25

Contents:
John Barker and Elizabeth Barker, Hackney, to Charles Lockyer Esq., accountant to the South Sea Company.
Order to pay James Lambethe dividends on South Sea stock in the names of Elizabeth and James Lambe.

LETTER  M2609  15 Mar 1840

Contents:
Henry Elis, British Museum, to William Upcott, Esq.
Relates how John Dawson's catalogue "got away" to Evans the bookseller.
In Grangerised Ellis Vol. 1 p. 12.

COPY PARISH REGISTER ENTRY  M2610  Original: 1 Oct 1787; Copy: 5 Mar 1844

Contents:
S. Leonard, Shoreditch
Marriage of John Thompson to Ann Dunstan, both of Shoreditch.
In Grangerised Ellis, Vol I p. 74 (ii)

COPY OF A COURT ORDER  M2611  Original: 1662; Copy: 1849

Contents:
Ruling by the Court of Common Pleas that the right and inheritance of the well Dame Anne de Clere and its appertenances belong to the King.
In Grangerised Ellis Vol.I p. 84

LETTER  M2612  9 Feb 1799

Contents:
S. Denne [son of the Rev. John Denne], Wilmington, to Henry Ellis, S. John's College, Oxford.
Comments on the History of Shoreditch and common acquaintances.
In Ellis, History of Shoreditch, B 1490

ORDER FOR PAYMENT  M2613  19 July 1810

Contents:
Order by George Gaskin, Stoke Newington, for £5 9s to be paid to Rev. Mr. Messts. Goslings & Sharpe, Fleet Street.
In Grangerised Ellis, II p. 114

LEASE for 60 years  M2614  18 May 1831

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. Jonas Charlesson Hahn of Temple Street. Benthal Green, Mdx., gent.
2. Thomas George Williams of Mare Street, Hackney, surveyor.
1. leases to 2. a piece of ground with a messuage and buildings on the south side of Regents Canal. See also M2655.
Plan
Document badly damaged.

PLAN  M2615  c. 1837

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
Ground and right of way off the Hackney Road "belonging to Ellis Esq. and purchased by me, T.G.W. Received this from Mr. Bulford Decr. 28th 1837". Plan mentions London Infant Orphan Asylum.

MORTGAGE  M2616  6 Mar 1841

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. William Edward Williams of 7 Little St. Thomas Apostle, City of London, builder.
2. Andrew Kennedy Hutchinson of Crown Court, Threadneedle Street, City of London, esq.
1. assigns to 2. leases of Nos. 18, 19, 20, 21 and 22 Durham Street, Bethnal Green (east side), and a messuage on the west side of Durham Street, unless the principal and interest are repaid.
Endorsed: Further charge 5 May 1842

SURRENDER OF MORTGAGE  M2617  10 May 1844

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. A. K. Hutchinson as M2616
2. W. E. Williams as M2616
1. surrenders to 2. the mortgage in M2616 of the property on the west side of Durham Street, on which [three] further messuages have been erected.

MORTGAGE (assignment of lease)  M2618  6 Nov 1844

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. W. E. Williams
2. A. K. Hutchinson
As M2616
1. assigns to 2. a lease of the property in M2617, unless the principal and interest are repaid.

ABSTRACT OF TITLE (rough)  M2619  c. 1845

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
Title of William Edward Williams to a parcel of land and five messuages on the south side of Gloucester Street, Cambridge Heath, Hackney Road.

TRANSFER OF MORTGAGES  M2620  29 Sept 1853

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. William Edward Williams of Durham Place East, Hackney Road, Mdx., surveyor.
2. Elizabeth Hutchinson of 12 Kensington Gardens Terrace, Hyde Park, Mdx., widow of Andrew Kennedy Hutchinson.
3. Rev. Andrew Kennedy Hutchinson Boyd, of Newton upon Ayr, Ayrshire, Scotland, clerk.
James Boyd of Furnivals Inn, City of London, Esq.
2. transfers to 3. mortgages of the property in M2619 and another parcel of land on the south side of Gloucester Street, and also the mortgage in M2618.
Endorsed: Surrender of the above mortgages. 22 Sep 1857

MORTGAGE (assignment of leases)  M2621  23 Sep 1857

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. William Edward Williams, of Durham Place, Hackney Road, Mdx., gent.
2. William Grimwood King of Thurlow Place, Hackney Road, Mdx., esq.
Stephen Olding, junr. of Clements Lane, City of London, esq.
John Pope of Dowgate Hill, City of London, esq.
Trustees of the Independent Permanent Benefit Building Society
1. assigns to 2. leases of the property in M2617 (now Nos. 25, 26, 27 and 28 Durham Street), the second parcel of land in Gloucester Street (now Nos. 23, 24, 25 and 26) - see M2620 - and the property in M2619 (now Nos. 27, 28, 29, 30 and 31 Gloucester Street), unless the principal and interest are repaid.

LEASE for 94¼ years (from 1807)  M2622  30 Jun 1809

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. The Duke of Bedford
2. William Brown of Baker Street, Marylebone, Mdx., builder.
1. leases to 2. a coach house and stable on the east side of Gower Mews, S. George Bloomsbury, Mdx.

LEASE for 60 years  M2623  17 Dec 1823

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. Joseph Brown of Chelsea, Mdx., esq.
2. Jonas Charlesson Hahn of Hackney, builder.
3. John George Hammack of Cannon Street Road, S. George, Mdx., timber merchant.
At the direction of 2., 1. leases to 3. a triangle of land and messuage being built by 3. at the junction of Felix Street and Cambridge Circus (part of "Mr. Brown's Field"), Cambridge Heath.
Plan

COPY of M2623 and related papers  M2624  17 Dec 1823

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M2625  13 April 1825

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. J. G. Hammack (as M2623)
2. William Brown of Hoxton Fields, Shoreditch, gent.
1. assigns to 2. the lease in M2623.
The messuage is now the "Duke of Cambridge" P.H.

LEASE for 25 years  M2626  15 Aug 1825

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. William Brown of Felix Street, Hackney [recte Bethnal Green].
2. John Field of Felix Street, Hackney.
1. leases to 2. the property in M2625.

LEASE for 57 years  M2627  30 Aug 1833

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. John Triggs of Hackney, builder.
2. William Brown of Upper Clayton [?Clapton], gent.
1. leases to 2. a new messuage with grounds and out buildings and a nearby piece of land with a pond in South Mill Field, on the south side of a new road off another road leading into Lea Bridge Road.

LEASE for 21 years (from 1850)  M2628  26 May 1846

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. William Brown of 26 Park Street, Trafalgar Road, Greenwich, Kent, gent.
2. Frederick Crawley, of "The Duke of Cambridge", Felix Street, Hackney Road, victualler.
1. leases to 2. the property in M2625.

LEASE for 11¾ years (from 1871)  M2629  30 Jun 1848

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. William Brown, now of 5 Union Place East, Greenwich.
2. John Smith of Felix Street, Hackney Road, licensed victualler.
1. leases to 2. the property in M2625.

LEASE  M2630  15 Mar 1851

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. James Brown of Lea Bridge Road, Mdx., gent.
Sarah Stimson of Seymour Crescent, Euston Square, Mdx., widow.
2. George Byer Yates of Lower East Smithfield, Mdx., grocer.
[Children and] executors of William Brown
1. lease to 2. laundry premises, a cottage and garden and a drying ground, and use of roads (the property in M2627).
Plan

APPOINTMENT OF TRUSTEES  M2631  1 June 1872

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. Mary Ann Brown of Oakham, Rutland, widow [of James Brown].
2. Sherman Brown Stimson of Broadstairs, Kent, gent.
William Sydney Dear of Lea Bridge Road, Mdx., gent.
In his will, William Brown appointed James Brown and Sarah Stimson as his executors and trustees; both are dead, as are their successor David Shenton Royce and William's other daughter Emma Dear. 1. as surviving trustee appoints
2. to be the new trustees.

LEASE for 14 years.  M2632  12 Jun 1872

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. Sherman Brown Stimson of Broadstairs, Kent, gent.
William Sydney Dear of Alexandra Terrace, Lea Bridge Road, gent.
2. Isaac Livermore of 3 College Hill, City of London and of Lea Bridge Road, india rubber merchant and manufacturer.
1. lease to 2. the property in M2630.
Plan
Schedule of fixtures (household)

ASSIGNMENT of shares of leases  M2633  1 Jul 1872

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. Mary Ann Brown of Oakham, Rutland, widow of James Brown.
2. William Sydney Dear of Lea Bridge Rd., Mdx., gent.
Emma Amelia Dear of Lea Bridge Road, spinster, Alfred Samuel Dear of Lea Bridge Road, gent.
Children of Emma Dear
1. assigns to 2. her share (bequeathed by James Brown) of the properties in M2630 and M2622.

RECEIPT FOR DEEDS  M2634  20 Nov 1873

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
Acknowledges receipt of documents from or relating to M2622 - M2632.

LEASE for 60 years  M2635  13 May 1843

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. Frederick Smith of Basinghall Street, London, gent.
2. Andrew Prichard of Canonbury Lane, Islington, gent.
3. James Palmer of Suffolk Street, Cambridge Road, Mdx., Builder.
4. William Hall of Old Ford, Mdx., gent.
At the request of 3., 1. and 2. lease to 4. two messuages (Nos. 16 and 17 Baden Place) on the north side of Andrew Road, South Hackney.
Plan

LEASE [sublease] for 46 years  M2636  17 Jul 1856

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. Charles Lowe Fawdry of Bower Street, Commercial Road East, Mdx., master mariner, and Sarah his wife.
2. Thomas Holmes of Orchard Street, Hackney, builder.
1. lease to 2. No. 16 Baden Place, Andrew Road, on condition that 2. carries out repairs to the property.
Plan
Endorsed: Assignment of the above lease to the Rev. Thomas George Williams of Hackney Road, Mdx. 11 Aug 1856

COUNTERPART of M2636 (without endorsement)  M2637  17 Jul 1856

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M2638  17 Sep 1856

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. Mark Henry Gregory of Wax Chandlers Hall, City of London, gent.
2. George Lewis, late of Baden Place, now of Liverpool, Lancs., shipwright, and Ann his wife.
3. Thomas Holmes of Orchard Street, Hackney, builder.
1. as mortgagor and 2. assign to 3. Ann Lewis' lease (M2635) of No. 17 Baden Place (with yard and stable).
Plan
Endorsed: Assignment of the above lease to the Rev. Thomas George Williams of Hackney Road, Mdx. 12 Feb 1858

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M2639  23 Apr 1857

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. Charles and Sarah Fawdry
2. Thomas Holmes
1. assign absolutely to 2. Sarah Fawdry's lease (M2635) of No. 16 Baden Place.
Endorsed: 1) Assignment of the above lease by Thomas Holmes to the Rev. Thomas George Williams of Hackney Road, Mdx. 12 Feb 1858
2) Assignment of the above lease by William Edward Williams of Amherst Villas, The Downs, Hackney, gent.
(son of Rev. T. G. Williams deceased).
To Thomas Holmes. 21 Feb 1873

SCHEDULE OF DEEDS  M2540  no date

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
Lists M2635 - M2639.

LEASE for 50 years  M2641  13 Mar 1840

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. James Birch Sharpe of Hoxton, esq.
2. Thomas George Williams of Little St. Thomas Apostle, City of London, surveyor.
1. leases to 2. No. 158½ High Street, Hoxton Old Town (westside) a messuage with yard and outbuildings which 2. has repaired and added to.
Plan

LEASE for 50 years  M2642  13 Mar 1840

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. Sharpe
2. Williams
As M2641
1. leases to 2. No. 158 High Street, Hoxton Old Town (west side), a messuage with yard and outbuildings which 2. has repaired and added to.
Plan

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASES  M2643  1870

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
(Not fully dated)
1. William Edward Williams of Amherst Villas, The Downs, Hackney, gent.
2. Louisa Barff Chambers, wife of William Holloway Chambers of Brisbane, Queensland, architect.
3. William Edward Williams (as above)
The Rev. John De Kewer Williams of New Kent Road, Surrey, minister of the Gospel.
The children of Thomas George Williams deceased, including 1. and 2., have agreed to divide up his property, and Nos. 158 and 158½ Hoxton Street are to be the share of 2. 1. therefore assigns the leases in M2641 and M2642 to 3. in trust for 2. for life, then for her husband, then for her son Arthur Williams Chambers.
Not fully executed.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASES  M2644  1870 (not fully dated)

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. Williams as M2643
2. Chambers
3. William Edward Williams
George Chambers of Fenchurch Street, City of London, broker.
As M2643.1. assigns to 3. the leases in M2641 and M2642.
Not fully executed.

DRAFT of M2644  M2645  1870

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

LEASE for 7 years  M2646  4 Nov 1853

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. Thomas George Williams of Hackney Road, Mdx., gent.
2. Joseph Arnell of 148 High Street, Hoxton, pork butcher.
1. leases to 2. Nos. 148 and 149 High Street, Hoxton, messuages with shops on the west side, north of Great James Street, and No. 27½ Great James Street, a messuage on the north side.
Plan

COUNTERPART OF M2646  M2647  4 Nov 1853

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT  M2648  3 Jun 1861

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. Thomas George Williams of Northampton Place, Hackney Road, gent.
2. Robert Marr of Clifton Street North, Finsbury, builder.
A lease is to be granted to 1, of Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 St. James Place, formerly Duke's Place, three messuages in King Street and nine messuages in Sugar Bakers Yard, all in the parish of St. James, Dukes Place, City of London.
1. covenants to assign this lease to 2.

ACCOUNTS  M2649  3 Mar 1870

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
Inland Revenue accounts relating to the estate of Thomas George Williams deceased, of 9 Rue des pretres, Boulogne sur Mer, France, formerly of Northampton Place, Hackney Road. Also papers relating to legal transactions.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASES  M2650  3 Feb 1872

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. William Edward Williams of Amhurst Villas, Hackney, gent.
2. Thomas George Williams [junr.] of Sevenoaks, Kent, gent.
1. assigns to 2. the leases of the properties in M2646 which were granted by James Birch Sharpe to T. G. Williams senior.
Endorsed Assignment of the above lease by 2. back to 1. 5 Feb 1872

MORTGAGE (Assignment of lease)  M2651  16 Oct 1850

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. John Ray of 9 Brays Buildings, Lower Road, Islington, shoemaker.
2. Thomas George Williams of Northampton Place, Hackney Road, esq.
1. (who owes rent for 9 Brays Buildings to 2) assigns to 2. his lease of the messuage on the east side of Albert Street, Homerton, unless principal and interest are repayed.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M2652  29 May 1854

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. Ray
2. Williams
1. assigns absolutely to 2. his lease of the Albert Street property.

ASSIGNMENT OF MORTGAGE  M2653  25 Sep 1855

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. John Thompson of Crayford, Kent, baker.
2. Thomas George Williams of Hackney Road, Mdx., gent.
1. assigns to 2. a mortgage on property in Bexley Heath which was granted by John Yule, the previous husband of 2's wife Jean, to David Sinclair.
Endorsed: Assignment of the above mortgage to William Edward Williams. 1 Jun 1861

CONVEYANCE  M2654  1 Jan 1861

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245


Related information: See also M2700

Contents:
1. James Cheeswright of 15 Enfield Road North, De Beauvoir Town, gent.
2. Samuel Cheeswright, of 12 Church Road West, De Beauvoir Town, gent.
3. Alfred Rushworth Ward of 12 Church Road West, De Beauvoir Town, gent.
Elizabeth Cheeswright bequeathed her property to her sons 1. and 2. as tenants in common, and they wish to divide the property. Each therefore grants and assigns one half to the other, and to 3 as trustee.
1.'s share is:
Nos. 5. and 6. Royal Oak Walk
Haberdasher Walk, Shoreditch
Freehold
Baltic Wharf, Kingsland Road, Shoreditch.
No. 19 Acton Place, Kingsland Road, Shoreditch.
Leasehold
2.'s share is:
Nos. 7 and 8, Royal Oak Walk,
Haberdasher's Walk, Hoxton
Freehold
Nos. 2 and 4 York Place, Shoreditch
Nos. 1, 77 and 78 Cumberland Street, Shoreditch
Leasehold

LEASE for 40½ years  M2655  12 Oct 1850

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. Thomas George Williams of Northampton Place, Hackney Road, gent.
2. George William Reynolds of London Wharf, Hackney, coal merchant.
2. Surrenders his former lease, and 1. grants a new lease of the London Wharf with its ground in Claypit Field, Hackney on the south of the Regent's Canal and west of Bridge Road [Pritchard Road]. This is the property in M2614.
Document damaged.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M2656  4 Jun 1861

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. Thomas George Williams of Northampton Place, Hackney Road, gent.
2. Robert Marr of Clifton Street North, Finsbury, builder.
1. assigns to 2. the lease in M2614 (of the property in M2655).
Document damaged.

SETTLEMENT (Assignment and conveyance)  M2657  28 Sept 1871

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. Rev. Isaac Vale Mummery of Victoria Park Road, Hackney, minister of the gospel.
2. Amelia Mummery, wife of 1. [daughter of Thomas George Williams senr.]
3. William Edward Williams of Amhurst Villas, Hackney, gent.
Edward Warren Mummery of 423 Oxford Street, Mdx., hatter.
1. conveys to 3. No. 19 Bell Lane, Spitalfields and No. 2 Marmaduke Street, S. George in the East, Mdx. (freehold), and assigns to 3. his leases of Nos. 1-6 Almorah Terrace, Gloucester Road, Islington, the property in M2655 and Nos. 3 and 4 Sherborne Street, Islington. All the leases had formerly belonged to T. G. Williams senr. 3. are to hold the properties in trust for 2. for 1 life, then for 1. for life, then for their son Alfred Williams Mummery.
Endorsed: Conveyance by the executors of W. E. Williams to Alfred William Momerie (formerly Mummery) of all the above property. No. 2 Marmaduke Street is now 46 Langdale Street. 29 Apr 1895

ACCOUNTS  M2658-M2660  1893-1895

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

3 documents

Contents:
Inland Revenue Accounts relating to the estate of Rev. Isaac Vale Mummery deceased, of Hampstead, Mdx.

DISCHARGE  M2661  21 Mar 1893

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. Alfred Williams Momerie of St. Ermin's Mansions, Westminster, clerk in Holy Orders.
2. William Edward Williams of 46 Leicester Square, Mdx., surveyor.
1. discharges 2. and the heirs of E. W. Mummery from any claims concerning the trust in M2657.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M2662  3 Feb. 1872

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. William Edward Williams of Amhurst Villas, Hackney, gent.
2. Thomas George Williams (junr.) of Sevenoaks, Kent, gent.
1. assigns to 2. a lease of No. 1 Bond's Place, Bethnal Green, formerly held by T. G. Williams senr.
Endorsed: 2 re-assigns the lease to 1. 5 Feb. 1872

DISCHARGE  M2663  20 Jul 1882

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. Alfred Sutton Frosdyke of 16 Groombridge Road, South Hackney, gent.
2. Robert Batterbee of Finsbury Pavement, City of London, gent.
John Sutton of 63 Downham Road, Hackney, gent.
1. discharges 2, who are trustees under the will of 1's grandfather William Sutton (see M2700) from any claims under the will: Properties involved are Nos. 104, 106 and 108 Southgate Road; No. 12 Enfield Road; No. 64 Benyon Road and No. 58 Howe Street. John Sutton has transferred a rent-charge on No. 108 Southgate Street to property of his own.

DISCHARGE  M2664  4 Jun 1884

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. Elizabeth Ann Frosdyke of 16 Groombridge Road, South Hackney, spinster.
2. Robert Batterbee of Finsbury Pavement, City of London, gent.
John Sutton of Holly House, Sidcup, Kent, gent.
1. discharges 2. from any claims under the will of her grandfather William Sutton - as M2663.

DISCHARGE  M2665  10 Nov 1888

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. Henry Walter Phillips of Brecon, Brecknockshire, Major (army).
2. Edward Bath of Glastonbury, Somerset, gent.
Walter Stewart, Captain (navy).
3. George Fuller of 210 Green Lanes, Stoke Newington, gent.
1. and 2. (who are trustees of 1's marriage settlement) discharge 3 from any claims under the will of 1's grandfather William Clark of which 3 is surviving trustee.

DISCLAIMER  M2666  25 Oct 1892

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
Henry George Bradford of Lower Clapton, gent., renounces all claims under the will of Charles Mayston, of which he has refused to be trustee and executor. (see also M2709 - M2720).

DISCLAIMER  M2667  25 Oct 1892

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
William Ranger of Great Ryburgh, Norfolk, gent. renounces any claims under the will of Charles Mayston, as M2666.

APPOINTMENT OF ATTORNEY  M2668  29 Apr 1895

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
Charles Woolmer Williams of Newgate Street, City of London, gent., about to leave England for America, appoints Frederic Bessant Williams of 19 Haymarket, Mdx., surveyor as his attorney to act in connection with the will of William Edward Williams, of which they are joint executors and trustees.
Properties mentioned: 174, 176, 178 and 180 Mare Street, Hackney and 1-13 Saxony Cottages, Mdx.

LEASE for 16 years  M2669  5 Mar 1824

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. James Thomas Sarson of City Road, Shoreditch, gent.
2. Thomas Stevens of Aldgate, City of London, hosier.
1. leases to 2. a newly built messuage on the west side of City Road, Shoreditch, near the turnpike.

LEASE for 28 years  M2670  1 Feb 1827

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. Napthali Hart of King Street, Finsbury Square, Mdx., watchmaker.
2. James Thomas Sarson, of the White Cottage, City Road, gent.
1. leases to 2. No. 1 Brunswick Place, on the east side of City Road, Shoreditch (and on the west side of Champion's premises).

LEASE for 6 years  M2671  4 Dec 1840

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. John Simmons of 97 Old Street, Finsbury, auctioneer.
Nicholas Stevens of Old Street, Finsbury, timber merchant.
2. James Thomas Sarson of Brunswick Place, City Road, vinegar and mustard dealer.
1. lease to 2. two messuages and a piece of ground beside them on the east side of City Road, two more messuages and a wash house to the north east of the first property, and use of a footway which passes both. Both properties are immediately south of Brunswick Place.
Plan

LEASE for 62 years  M2672  20 Sep 1842

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. William Rhodes, of the Grange, Leyton, Essex, esq.
2. John Little of Haggerston, carpenter.
3. John Phillips Lines of Great Cambridge Street, Hackney Road, Shoreditch, gent.
At the request of 2, 1. leases to 3. Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4 St. Mary's Place, Brunswick Street [Haggerston] on the west side, north of Kent Street.
Plan

LEASE for 60¾ years  M2673  27 Nov 1843

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. John Phillips Lines of Great Cambridge Street, Hackney Road, gent.
2. John Little of Weymouth Terrace, Haggerston, carpenter.
1. leases to 2. the property in M2672.
Plan cutaway

COUNTERPART of M2673  M2674  27 Nov 1843

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
Plan

LEASE for 57¼ years  M2675  21 Jun 1847

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. John Phillips Lines of Great Cambridge Street, Hackney Road, gent.
2. John Little of Brunswick Square, Haggerston, carpenter.
Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4 S. Mary's Place, Brunswick Street, and Nos. 49 and 50 Weymouth Terrace (the second property backs onto the first).
Plan

COUNTERPART of M2675  M2676  21 Jan 1847

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M2677  7 Nov 1863

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. John Phillips Lines, now of Lloyds Patriotic Fund Office, Cornhill, City of London.
2. Catherine Lines
Jane Elizabeth Lines
Spinsters, nieces of (1.), of 1 Albion Place, Brunswick Square, Haggerston.
1. assigns to 2. the lease in M2672.

LEASE for 57½ years  M2678  18 Jun 1849

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. Lines
2. Little
1. lease to 2. Nos. 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14 Brunswick Square, Haggerston (north side), and Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 Albion Place, Haggerston Lane (east side).

COUNTERPART of M2678  M2679  [n.d.]

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

MORTGAGE (Assignment of leases)  M2680  19 Jun 1849

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. Little
2. Lines
As M2675
1. assigns to 2. the leases in M2675 and M2678, and a lease of Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 Brunswick Square, 78 Brunswick Street and 51 Weymouth Terrace, all in Haggerston, unless the principal and interest are repaid.

LEASE for 55¾ years  M2681  18 Jun 1851

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. John Phillips Lines, of Great Cambridge Street, Hackney Road, gent.
2. David Lines [brother of 1.] of 8 Brunswick Square, Haggerston, gent.
1. leases to 2. the property in M2678.

COUNTERPART of M2681  M2682  [n.d.]

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

SETTLEMENT  M2683  24 Mar 1854

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. Henry Sarson of 9 Lincoln Place, New North Road, Mdx., vinegar merchant, and Jane Ann his wife (nee Logsdail).
2. John Mountain of 18 Claremont Terrace, Kentish Town, Mdx.
Henry Wilding of 9 Lincoln Place, New North Road, Mdx., pawnbroker.
1. assign to 2. the money and stocks due to 1. under the will of Jane Ann's father, Robert Logsdail, in trust for Jane Ann for life, then for Henry for life, then for their children.
Attached: Notice to the widow and executors of Robert Logsdail of the above settlement.

ASSIGNMENT OF EQUITY OF REDEMPTION  M2684  29 Aug 1854

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. John Little, now residing in Australia.
2. Robert Tindal of Brunswick Square, gent.
3. John Phillips Lines of Great Cambridge Street, Hackney Road, gent.
4. Henry William Fisk of Portland Place, Islington, gent.
2. As attorney for 1. assigns to 4. in trust for 3. the equity of redemption of the mortgage in M2680, but the mortgage is to be regarded as continuing.
Enclosed: related papers (4).

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M2685  9 Jan 1855

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. John Mountain of 18 Claremont Terrace, Kentish Town, gent., executor of James Thomas Sarson.
2. Henry Sarson of 9 Lincoln Place, New North Road, vinegar merchant.
1. (as executor of J. T. Sarson) assigns to 2. a lease dated 1845 of the properties in M2671; the western property is a counting house, warehouse and stable adjoining No. 39 Catherine Street.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASES  M2686  19 Nov 1856

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. John Phillips Lines of Charles Terrace, Bishops Road, Victoria Park, gent.
2. David Lines of Albion Place, Brunswick Square, Haggerston, gent., brother of 1.
1. assigns to 2. his leases of the properties in M2680 (subject to that mortgate).

ABSTRACT OF LEASE  M2687  12 Jul 1845

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
Lease by William A. Rhodes at the request of John Little to John Phillips Lines, of Nos. 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14 Brunswick Square.

ABSTRACT OF LEASE  M2688  31 Aug 1843

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
Lease by William Rhodes at the request of John Little to J. P. Lines of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 Brunswick Square, 107 Brunswick Street and 120 Weymouth Terrace.

ABSTRACT OF TITLE  M2689  1882

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
(Covering 1841-1866)
Title of Henry Masterman Esq., to:
Three messuages, Great Cambridge Street (east side).
1-4 S. Mary's Place, Brunswick Street.
Six messuages in Haggerston Lane.
Rose Cottage, Haggerston Lane.
8-14 Brunswick Square.
1-6 Albion Place, Haggerston Lane.
27 Brunswick Street.
Plan

COPY of M2689  M2690  1882

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

SUPPLEMENTAL ABSTRACT OF TITLE  M2691  1882

Contents:
(Covers 1844-1847)
Includes marriage settlement of the Rev. Francis W. Rhodes and Louisa Peacock.

COPY of M2690  M2692  1882

APPOINTMENT OF TRUSTEE  M2693  3 Feb 1887

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
Under the marriage settlement of Henry Sarson and his now deceased wife (M2683), Robert Clay is appointed trustee in place of Henry Wilding deceased.

APPOINTMENT OF TRUSTEE  M2694  15 Aug 1900

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
As M2693; appointment of Percival Stanley Sarson in place of John Mountain deceased.

LEASE for 14 years  M2695  19 Dec 1893

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. Henry Sarson of Sunnyside, 91 Stamford Hill, Mdx., gent.
2. Henry Logsdail Sarson) of The Vinegar works, Catherine Street, City Road, Vinegar merchants trading as "Henry Sarson and Sons".
Percival Stanley Sarson) of The Vinegar works, Catherine Street, City Road, vinegar merchants trading as "Henry Sarson and Sons".
1. Leases to 2. warehouses, stables and buildings on the north side of Brunswick Place, Horton [Nos. 33-37], and No. 6 Brunswick Place, the basement of No. 10, and ground and buildings between Brunswick Place and Catherine Street.

SCHEDULE OF DEEDS  M2696  n.d

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
Deeds listed include most of M2673-M2686.

LEASE for 63 years  M2697  4 Jul 1846

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. Maria Pearson of Brighton, Sussex, widow.
2. Sarah Pearson of Brighton, spinster.
3. William Little of 119 Kingsland Road, Mdx., builder.
With the consent of 2., 1. leases to 3. Nos. 73, 74, 75 and 76 York Street, Kingsland Road, Shoreditch (south side), which 3. has built.
Plan

ABSTRACT OF TITLE  M2698  n.d

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
Title of Thomas Capps to Nos. 73, 74, 75 and 76 York Street and No. 17 Rutland Street, Shoreditch. (The latter is at the back of the former).

FIRE INSURANCE POLICY  M2699  23 Oct 1889

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
Insurance on Nos. 48 and 49 Pearson Street, and Nos. 54, 56 and 58 Hows Street, Shoreditch. Insured: John Sutton Esq., of Sidcup, Kent.

COPY WILL; Original copy  M2700  20 Jul 1870

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245


Related information: See also M2654, M2663-4.

Contents:
Will of William Sutton of 63 Lansdowne Villas, Downham Road, Hackney, gent.
To his son John Sutton:
Personal effects.
Freehold messuages in Aylesbury.
Nos. 54, 56 and 58 *Howe Street (formerly York Street), Shoreditch.
Nos. 48 and 49 Pearson Street, Shoreditch.
No. 63 Lansdowne Villas, Downham Road, Hackney.
Leasehold
To his son William George Sutton:
£1000 sterling.
A freehold messuage in Aylesbury
Nos. 77, 78 and 79 Mansfield Street, Shoreditch.
Nos. 46 and 47 Napier Street, Hoxton.
No. 12 [...] Enfield Road North, Hackney.
Leasehold
To his trustees, Robert Batterbee and John Sutton:
£1000 Consols in trust for his daughter Sarah Cheeswright and her children.
£1000 Consols in trust for his daughter Mary Frosdyke and her children.
No. 65 Lansdowne Villas and Nos. 58, 60, 62 and 64* Benyon Road, Hackney, in trust for Sarah Cheeswright and her children.
Nos. 104, 106 and 108* Southgate Road, De Beuvoir Town in trust for Mary Frosdyke.
No. 68 Culford Road, De Beauvoir Town, in trust for his sister Elizabeth Peckham and her daughters Ann Elizabeth Peckham and Mary Murray.
Leasehold
A charge of £52 per annum to be raised on the properties marked *; to pay 10s. per week each to Elizabeth Peckham and Ann E. Peckham for life.
The residue to be divided among his four children.

MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT  M2701  16 May 1872

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. Jane Elizabeth Lines of 65 Downham Road, Kingsland, spinster.
2. James Berry of 31 Albion Road, gent.
William Sutton of 63 Downham Road, gent.
3. John Sutton of 63 Downham Road, gent.
In consideration of her intended marriage with 3., 1 conveys to 2:
Various stocks and shares.
Residuary estate of David Lines.
No. 12 Dove Row, Hackney Fields, Shoreditch, freehold.
Two messuages in Prospect Place, Rushey Lane, Bethnal Green.
Messuages on the north side of Mark's Place, New Haggerston.
Nos. 130, 132 and 134 Haggerston Road.
Her half share in Nos. 16 and 18 (formerly 49 and 50) Weymouth Terrace, Haggerston.
Her half share in Nos. 99, 101, 103 and 105 Brunswick Street (formerly 1-4 S. Mary's Place) Haggerston - see M2677
Leasehold
2. are to hold the properties in trust for 1. for life, then for 3. for life, then for their children.

MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE  M2702  18 May 1872

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
Marriage of John Sutton and Jane Elizabeth Lines, both of De Beauvoir Town, at S. Peter's Church, West Hackney.

MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT  M2703  21 Jan 1871

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. Catherine Ann Lines of 65 Downham Road, Kingsland, spinster.
2. Rev. Thomas Theodore Sutton, of 73 Mortimer Road, De Beauvoir Town, clerk.
3. Stewart Smyth of 126 Downham Road, gent.
George Thomas Begent of Stratford, Essex, gent.
In consideration of her intended marriage with 2., 1. conveys to 3:
Various stocks and shares.
Residuary estate of David Lines
Her half share in Nos. 16 and 18 (formerly 49 and 50) Weymouth Terrace, Haggerston.
Her half share in Nos. 99, 101, 103 and 105 Brunswick Street (formerly Nos. 1-4 S. Mary's Place) Haggerston - see M2677
No. 70 Sheridan Street, S. George, Mdx. (formerly No. 35 John Street).
Nos. 122-132 (even) Weymouth Terrace.
Leasehold
3. To hold the properties in trust for 1. for life, then for 2. for life, then for their children.

RECONVEYANCE  M2704  31 Dec 1887

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. Rev. Stewart Smyth of the Vicarage, Silvertown, Essex, clerk.
George Thomas Begent of Rosedale Villas, Romford Road, Essex, esq.
2. Catherine Ann Sutton, of 173 Englefield Road, Islington, widow.
Since there has been no issue of 2.'s marriage, 1. reconvey to 2. the properties in M2703 and two properties they have bought with trust funds: No. 73 (formerly 24) Englefield Road West, Islington, and the freehold of Nos. 122-132 (even)
Weymouth Terrace.

COPY WILL AND PROBATE  M2705  29 Oct 1906

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
Probate 3 May 1909
Will of Catherine Ann Sutton of 1 Westbourne Terrace, Christchurch Road, Worthing, Sussex, widow.
Nos. 122-132 Weymouth Terrace are to be sold and the proceeds, and personal estate, are bequeathed to the children of testator's sister Mary Telford Smyth. James Berry is appointed executor.

SALE PARTICULARS (printed)  M2706  3 Apr 1882

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
Freeholds of:
Lot 1 Nos. 134-142 (even) Weymouth Terrace, workshop at rear, and Nos. 86 and 88 Laburnam Street (shops).
Lot 2 Nos. 90 and 92 Laburnam Street.
Lot 3 Nos 122-132 (even), Weymouth Terrace.
Lot 4 Nos. 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14 Brunswick Square.
Lot 5 Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 Brunswick Square, and a shop and workshop; No. 107
Brunswick Street and No. 120 Weymouth Terrace.
Lot 6 Nos. 99-105 (odd) Brunswick Street.
Lot 7 Nos. 31, 33 and 35 Great Cambridge Street: "The Victory" P.H. and two shops.
Lot 8 No. 25 Brunswick Street (the "Brunswick Arms" beerhouse) and No. 35 Dunloe Street (shop).
Lot 9 Nos. 30-36 (even) Great Cambridge Street.
Lot 10 Nos. 38-56 (even) Great Cambridge Street, and No. 2 Holmes Street (shop).
Lot 11 Nos. 58 and 60 Great Cambridge Street, and Nos. 1 and 3 Holmes Street (shops).
Lot 12 Nos. 62, 64 and 66 Great Cambridge Street.
Lot 13 Nos. 68-74 (even) Great Cambridge Street, and workshop at rear.
Plan
Endorsed: Agreement by the Rev. Stewart Smyth to purchase Lot 3.

EXECUTOR'S ACCOUNTS  M2707  17 Dec 1914

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
Final accounts of the executor of Catherine Sutton with the beneficiaries, concerning a mortgage of properties in East and West Hanney.

SETTLEMENT  M2708  1 Sep 1877

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. William George Sutton of Mansfield Street, Kingsland Road, gent.
2. John Sutton of 63 Downham Road, Hackney, gent.
1. conveys and assigns to 2. a freehold messuage in Aylesbury, and Nos. 77, 78 and 79 Mansfield Street, Kingsland Road, Nos. 46 and 48 (formerly 47) Napier Street, Hoxton, and No. 12 Enfield Road, Hackney, all leasehold. 2. is to hold the property in trust for 1. for life, then for 1's wife Ellen for life, then for their children.

LEASE for 38½ years  M2709  23 Sep 1869

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. John Hammond of Lea Bridge, Mdx., gent.
2. William Sydney Dear of Lea Bridge, gent.
Charles Mayston of Lower Clapton, gent.
1. leases to 2. six new houses and shops [Mayston's Cottages, Middlesex Wharf] opposite the King's Head, Lea Bridge (formerly part of the Round Meadow).
Plan

LEASE for 37½ years  M2710  27 Nov 1869

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. John Hammond senr. of the Kings Head P.H., Clapton, Victualler, (executor of Sarah Hammond).
2. John Hammond junr. of 2 Waterloo Place, Upper Clapton, yeoman.
3. Charles Mayston of Lower Clapton, gent.
By direction of 2., 1. leases to 3. Nos. 9 and 10 Hammond Cottages [Middlesex Wharf], formerly part of the Round Meadow, (Tyssen estate).

LEASE for 38½ years  M2711  16 Mar 1872

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. John Hammond of Lea Bridge, Mdx., gent.
2. Dear Mayston
1. leases to 2. two messuages built by
2. At Lea Bridge, facing the footpath to High Hill Ferry.

LEASE for 21 years  M2712  19 Mar 1879

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. Dear
Mayston
2. John Marvell of Pleasant Place, Upper Clapton, grocer and general dealer.
1. leases to 2. a messuage and shop in Pleasant Place, Lea Bridge, formerly Nos. 4, 5 and 6, with garden and out buildings. (Tyssen estate).

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT  M2713  16 Apr 1907

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. Lady William Cecil of Didlington Hall, Norfolk.
2. M. Mayston of 42 Mildenhall Road, Clapton.
William Sydney Dear of 17 Oakfield Road, Hackney Downs, corn merchant.
When 2. have completed certain repairs, 1. will grant them a lease of Nos. 1, 2 and 3 Mayston's Cottages, Pleasant Place, the shop formerly Nos. 4, 5 and 6 Mayston's Cottages, and Nos. 5 and 6 Pleasant Place (east side) and 9 and 10 (west side).
Plan

SCHEDULE OF REPAIRS  M2714  1907

Contents:
The repairs referred to in M2713

LEASE for 14 years  M2715  25 Apr 1908

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. Lady William Cecil of Didlington Hall, Norfolk.
2. Matilda Mayston of 42 Mildenhall Street, Clapton, widow.
William Sydney Dear of 17 Oakfield Road, Hackney Downs, corn merchant.
1. leases to 2. the following properties at Middlesex Wharf, Lea Dock, Clapton:
Nos. 28 and 30, formerly 5 and 6 Pleasant Place Nos. 75 and 77, formerly 9 and 10 Pleasant Place Nos. 81-91 (odd), formerly 1-6 Mayston Cottages (Nos. 87-91 are used as one shop).
Plan
Enclosed: Related papers (3)

COPY LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION  M2716  Original 23 Nov 1916

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
Administration of the state of Matilda Mayston of 185 Lower Clapton Road (intestate) granted to her nephew John Dear.

LEASE for 21 years  M2717  30 Oct 1847

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. John Hammond, late of High Hill Farm, Upper Clapton, calico printer, but now of Ashton Hall, near Saffron Walden, Essex, farmer.
2. John Green of Upper Clapton, boat-builder.
1. leases to 2. a messuage, boatbuilder's workshop and garden at Lea Bridge, on the west side of the pathway from Lea Bridge to High Hill Ferry, and a piece of land on the east side, with a right of way. The first property is north of the "Jolly Anglers". (Tyssen Estate).
Plan

PLAN  M2718  No date

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
Plan showing property by the River Lea proposed to be leased to John Green by John Hammond. [East of the property in M2717].
E. A. Arthur, architect and surveyor.
1 inch: 20 feet.

LEASE for 35 years  M2719  20 Sep 1872

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. John Green of Lea Bridge, boatbuilder.
2. John Green junr., of Lea Bridge, boatbuilder.
1. leases to 2. a piece of ground [the property shown in M2718] at Lea Bridge, and Nos. 1 and 2 Pleasant Cottages, which 2. has built thereon.
Plan

COUNTERPART of M2719  M2720  1870-1875

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

8 items

Contents:
Enclosed: Correspondence about leases between Hammond, Green, Dear and Mayston, and a blank application form for approval of drainage.

Deeds relating to Bath Place, Dalston and the Bumsted family  M2721-M2766  1858-1926


Related information: See also M231-M249

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M2721  14 Jan 1858

Former reference: B.R.A. 1245

Contents:
1. Catherine Norris of Pembroke Place, Clifton, Glos., widow.
2. John Saunders of Beaufort House, Clifton Down, Clifton, Esq.
3. Sarah Casterton of 11 Bath Place, Dalston, widow.
In pursuance of a decision in Chancery relating to the mental incapacity of Alice Saunders, mother of 1. and 2., they assign to 3. No. 9
Bath Place, Dalston [Lane].

SETTLEMENT  M2722  24 Nov 1863

Former reference: B.R.A. 1231

Contents:
1. Alice Rogers of Coombe Lodge, Surbiton, Surrey, wife of Nathaniel Rogers of 10 Barton Street, Westminster, doctor of medicine.
2. Elizabeth Tyrie of Church Street, Stoke Newington, spinster.
3. Sarah, wife of William Masters of Church Street, Stoke Newington, gent.
4. James Tyrie of Rose Villas, Bexley Heath, Kent, esq.
Under the will of her brother James William Casterton,1. assigns to 4., trustee under the will, £7000 Consols in trust for 2. and 3. for life, then for Charles William Bumsted, Alice Sarah Bumsted, William Casterton Bumsted and Francis Dixon Bumsted, children of 1. by a previous marriage.

LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION  M2723  16 Mar 1864

Former reference: B.R.A. 1231

Contents:
Administration of the goods of Henry Samuel Bumsted of 2 Alma Terrace, Dalston, gent., who died intestate on 23 Sept 1860; granted to his brother Charles William Bumsted esq. (Mention of Alice Rogers, deceased's mother).

LEASE for 7 years  M2724  9 Nov 1864

Former reference: B.R.A. 1231

Contents:
1. Alice Rogers (as M2722)
2. John Nesbitt Malleson of 11 Austin Friars, City of London, gent.
3. George Conquest Scrutton of 9 Bath Place, Dalston, custom house agent.
At the request of 1., 2. as her trustee leases to 3. No. 9 Bath Place, Dalston [Lane].
Endorsed: Surrender of the above lease 4 Jan 1867

COUNTERPART of M2724  M2725  9 Nov 1864

Former reference: B.R.A. 1231

Contents:
With endorsement.

SETTLEMENT  M2726  26 Jul 1865

Former reference: B.R.A. 1231

Contents:
1. Alice Rogers of Stonely Villa, Clapham, Surrey, wife of Nathaniel Rogers.
2. Alice Sarah Bumsted of Stonely Villa, spinster, daughter of 1.
In consideration of 2's forthcoming marriage, 1. appoints that £4,988 14s. 10d. in Consols, one fourth of the stocks covered by 1's marriage settlement and a Chancery case, shall be paid to 2., after the death of 1.

MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT  M2727  26 Jul 1865

Former reference: B.R.A. 1231


Related information: See also M3170

Contents:
1. John Campbell Bumsted of 86 Lower Thames Street, City of London, merchant.
2. Alice Sarah Bumsted of Stonely Villa, Clapham, spinster.
3. David Bumsted of 1 S. Barnabas Villas, Guilford Road, South Lambeth, Surrey, esq.
John Nesbitt Malleson of 11 Austin Friars, City of London, gentleman.
In consideration of her intended marriage with 1., 2 assigns to 3. the sums due to her under wills and settlements of her mother Alice Rogers, her uncle James William Casterton, her grand-mother Sarah Casterton and her great uncle Charles Dixon (subject to various Chancery suits). 3. are to hold the property in trust for 2. for life, then for 1. for life, then for their children. (Further trusts specified).

ACCOUNTS  M2728-M2744  1862-1883

Former reference: B.R.A. 1231

Contents:
Inland Revenue accounts relating to the estates of Sarah Casterton, Henry Samuel Bumsted, James William Casterton, William Casterton Bumsted, Henry Bumsted and Alice Rogers.

LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION  M2745  24 Feb 1866

Former reference: B.R.A. 1231

Contents:
Administration of the goods of Sarah Masters (wife of William) of 8 Sidney Place, Stamford Hill, who died intestate on 20 Jan 1866; granted to her sister Elizabeth Tyrie, spinster, on the renunciation of William Masters.

LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION  M2746  5 Mar 1862

Former reference: B.R.A. 1231

Contents:
Administration of the goods of Sarah Casterton, of Bath Place, Dalston, widow, who died intestate on 30 Jan 1862; granted to James William Casterton.

SETTLEMENT  M2747  21 Jun 1869; 1 Dec 1880

Former reference: B.R.A. 1231

Contents:
1. Alice Rogers of Stonely Villa, Clapham, Surrey, wife of Nathaniel Rogers of Exeter, Devon, Doctor of Medicine.
2. David Alexander Bumsted of 86 Lower Thames Street, City of London, merchant.
John Nesbitt Malleson of 11 Austin Friars, City of London, gent.
1. assigns to 2. the remaining sums from family settlements (see M2727) in trust: one third for Francis Dixon Bumsted, and two thirds to be held on behalf of Charles William Bumsted (of unsound mind) for his life, then for F. D. Bumsted and Alice Sarah Bumsted. (Further provisos).
Endorsed: Revocation: 1. revokes the above trusts in so far as the estate of J. W. Casterton is concerned (see M2722) and settles this estate on F. D. Bumsted and Alice S. Bumsted.

COPY WILL AND PROBATE  M2748  21 Jun 1869

Former reference: B.R.A. 1231

Contents:
Will of Alice Rogers of Stonely Villa, Clapham, Surrey, wife of Nathaniel Rogers.
She appoints the remaining sums held under her marriage settlement (see M2726) - £14,966 4s. 9d. - and the remaining money due under the will of Charles Dixon (see M2727) to Alice S. Bumsted (one third) and Francis D.
Bumsted (two thirds). F. D. Bumsted if of age, and her son in law John Campbell Bumsted, are appointed executors.
Proved 8 Mar 1883

COPY WILL AND PROBATE  M2749  17 Jul 1890

Former reference: B.R.A. 1231

Contents:
Will of James Tyrie of 18 Devonshire Terrace, Hastings, Sussex, gent.
He wishes to be buried in Abney Park Cemetery. Bequests to his nieces, nephew and servants. His freehold and leasehold property and funds to his daughter Sarah Rippon Tyrie, John Campbell Bumsted and Francis Dixon Bumsted, as trustees for Sarah Rippon Tyrie and her children; they are also to be his executors, and to inherit his trusteeships.
Proved 9 May 1895

RECEIPTS  M2750-M2755  1863-1864

Former reference: B.R.A. 1231

Contents:
Receipts for sum transferred by James Tyrie to the Accountant General of the Court of Chancery to await the Court's decision concerning the will of James W. Casterton.

APPOINTMENT OF TRUSTEE  M2756  9 May 1898

Former reference: B.R.A. 1231

Contents:
1. Alice Sarah Bumsted, wife of 2.
2. John Campbell Bumsted of Alveley Streatham, Surrey, esq.
3. John Nesbitt Malleson of 12 Palmeira Avenue, Brighton, Sussex, esq.
4. David Alexander Bumsted of Sparnon Blyth Road, Bromley, Kent, actuary.
5. 3. and 4.
With the consent of 2., 1 appoints 4. as trustee of her marriage settlement (M2727) in place of David Bumsted deceased.
Schedules show the Dixon/Casterton/Bumsted pedigree, and the sources of the various sums covered by the settlement, including No. 98 Dalston Lane (formerly No. 1 Alma Terrace), leasehold.

SETTLEMENT  M2757  12 Jul 1917

Former reference: B.R.A. 1231

Contents:
1. Alice Sarah Bumsted of Elmsfield, 34 Leigham Court Road, Streatham, widow.
2. Francis Dixon Bumsted of Cannock, Staffs., esq.
3. Henry James Bumsted of Elmsfield (as 1.) doctor of medicine.
1. and 2. assign to 3. their shares of funds settled by Alice Rogers, which are due to them because of the deaths without issue of William C. Bumsted and Charles W. Bumsted, so that their contingent interest by survivor ship shall cease. 3. is to hold the property in trust for 1. and 2. (half each) and their children.

COPY WILL AND PROBATE  M2758  3 Jan 1899

Former reference: B.R.A. 1231

Contents:
Will of William Topley of 2, Casterton Villas, Ripon Road, Plumstead, Kent.
Bequests to his wife Mary Ann, his stepchildren Charles and Mary Ann Tucker, his sister Martha Miles, and the Bible Christian Church, Herbert Road, Plumstead. John Campbell Bumsted is appointed executor and trustee.
Proved 13 Feb 1899

COPY WILL AND PROBATE  M2759  3 Nov 1885

Former reference: B.R.A. 1231

Contents:
Will of Mary Ann Topley of 2 Casterton Villas, Ripon Road, Plumstead, Kent, widow.
Proved 4 May 1912
Property under her marriage settlement is assigned to her brother Robert Bridges for life, then to his children and testators adoped child.
John Campbell Bumsted is appointed executor.

LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION  M2760  7 May 1917

Former reference: B.R.A. 1231

Contents:
Administration of the goods of Charles William Bumsted of the Royal Earlswood Institution, Reigate, Surrey, who died intestate on 12 Jan 1917, granted to Henry James Bumsted on the renunciation of Alice S. and Francis D. Bumsted.

APPLICATION for transfer of stock held by the High Court (Chancery) to Alice C. and Francis D. Bumsted.  M2761  3 Jul 1917

Former reference: B.R.A. 1231

ACCOUNTS  M2762-M2764  1917

Former reference: B.R.A. 1231

Contents:
Inland Revenue accounts relating to the estate of Charles William Bumsted.

SETTLEMENT  M2765  11 Jan 1926

Former reference: B.R.A. 1231

Contents:
Francis Dixon Bumstead assigns his life interest in properties settled by M2747 and those covered by two Chancery suits to his daughters Ada Casterton Nicholls and Alice Mary Bumsted.

SETTLEMENT  M2766  12 Jan 1926

Former reference: B.R.A. 1231

Contents:
1. Francis Dixon Bumstead of Cannock, Staffs., esq.
2. Ada Casterton, wife of W.H. Nicholls of Craignish, Cannock.
Alice Mary Bumsted of Cannock.
As M2765, referring to two other Chancery suits.

LEASE for 21 years  M2767  24 Nov 1890

Former reference: B.R.A. 1129

Contents:
1. Thomas Macmillan of 75 Old Broad Street, City of London, gent.
Henry Fownes Turner of 31 Haymarket, Westminster, gent.
2. Ada Elizabeth Wilmer of 321 Mare Street, Hackney, ladies underclothing draper.
1. lease to 2. No. 321 Mare Street, Hackney (messuage and shop occupied by 2.)

COPY WILL AND LIMITED PROBATE  M2768  15 Feb 1847

Former reference: B.R.A. 1374

Contents:
Testamentary appointment of Susanna P.C.C. Bradford, nee Herbert, wife of John Morton Bradford, of 1 Navarino Mansions, Dalston, later of Holly Cottages, Dalston. Her share of her late father's estate (property in the parish of S. George, Mdx.) is appointed to her sisters Ann Herbert and Catherine Herbert.
Proved 10 Apr 1852

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M2769  9 Oct 1813

Former reference: B.R.A. 1235

Contents:
1. Moses Gomes da Costa, of Broad Street, City of London, esq.
2. James Bishop senr. of Aldersgate Street, City of London, esq.
1. assign to 2. his lease of a messuage, grounds and out buildings on the west side of the turnpike road at Stamford Hill, parishes of Hackney and Stoke Newington.

COVENANT TO PRODUCE DEEDS  M2770  14 Feb 1865

Former reference: B.R.A. 1235

Contents:
1. Charles Pottier
Alfred Pottier
Of 54 Church Street, Bethnal Green, builder
2. James Perram of Handsworth, Sheffield, Yorks, esq.
James Aked of Kershaw House, Luddendon Foot, Halifax, Yorks, esq.
Alexander James Scrutton of Clarendon Villas, Mildmay Park, esq.
3. William Henry Sullivan of Shoreditch, bootmaker.
1. and 2. covenant with 3. to produce deeds relating to Nos. 7 and 8 Homerton High Street (south side).

LEASE for 21 years  M2771  16 Oct 1868

Former reference: B.R.A. 1235

Contents:
1. William Henry Sullivan of 69 and 70 Shoreditch, shoe manufacturer.
2. Matilda Murrish Hall of Fore Street, S. Just, Penzance, Cornwall, widow.
1. leases to 2. No. 68 High Street, Homerton, and grounds, subject to a right of way.
Plan
Endorsed: Record of the surrender by 2. of the garden included in the above lease. 27 Jan 1869

COUNTERPART OF M2771  M2772  16 Oct 1868

Former reference: B.R.A. 1235

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M2773  30 Jan 1879

Former reference: B.R.A. 1235

Contents:
1. James Edwards of Bournhurst Lane, Horley, Surrey, smith.
2. Ellen Savage of 33 Eton Street, Plumstead, Kent, widow.
1. assigns to 2. the above lease.

COPY WILL AND PROBATE  M2774  24 May 1849

Former reference: B.R.A. 1540

Contents:
Proved 30 Mar 1850
Will of Sarah Hatfield of 6 Philadelphia Place, Hackney Road, widow.
Her lease of No. 6 Philadelphia Place to her nephew John Howes Tipple.
Bequests to other nephews, a niece, servants and friends. John Howes Tipple and William Carpenter are appointed executors.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASES  M2775  26 Oct 1867

Former reference: B.R.A. 1540

Contents:
1. John Vellenzer of 19 Upper Marylebone Street, Mdx., baker.
2. William Steel of Finsbury Chambers, 5 Blomfield Street, City of London, general merchant.
1. assigns to 2. two leases of No. 55 (west side) Paul Street, Shoreditch (Manor of Finsbury).

FINAL CONCORD  M2776  Nov 14 [1773]

Former reference: B.R.A. 1540

Contents:
1. Joseph Gosset, plaintiff.
2. Nathaniel Dupere and Elizabeth his wife.
Elizabeth Ward.
George Gosset and Jane his wife.
Deforciants
2. acknowledge the right of 1. to four messuages, a brewhouse, a coach house, three stables, a shop, four gardens and one acre of land in Hackney.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M2777  6 May 1854

Former reference: B.R.A. 1540

Contents:
1. Julia Ann Dudley of Nelson Terrace, Stoke Newington, widow.
John Joseph Tanner of Upper Clapton, esq.
William Dollin Alexander of Upper Clapton, esq.
Executors of William Dudley
2. George Dudley of Coronation Place, Stoke Newington, gent.
1. assign to 2. a lease of Nos. 16 and 17 Coronation Place, Stoke Newington [High Street].

SURRENDER OF MORTGAGE  M2778  2 Sep 1863

Former reference: B.R.A. 1540


Related information: See also M3242-M3243, M3446

Contents:
1. National Industrial Life Assurance and General Deposit and Advance Company.
2. [Trustees of the Company]
3. Edward Benjamin Minto of Knights Wharf, Salmon Lane, Limehouse, builder.
1. surrender to 3. his mortgage of No. 7 Harriet Square, Thomas Street, Shoreditch.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M2779  18 Apr 1888

Former reference: B.R.A. 1540

Contents:
1. William Bowen of Tabbs Hill, Sevenoaks, Kent, timber merchant.
2. James Fox Wilson of 22 Western Road, S. Leonards, Sussex, professor of languages.
John Elisha Wilson of Wyatts Farm, Brentwood, Essex, farmer.
William Bowen (see 1.) and Sarah Frances his wife.
Paul Wilson, gent.
Felix Neff Wilson, gent.
Grace Amy Wilson, spinster
Of 22 Western Road, S. Leonards
John Elisha Wilson junr. farmer
Arthur William Wilson, farmer
Louisa Ada Wilson, spinster
Of Wyatts Farm
3. Jane Guthrie of 50 Queens Road, S. John's Wood, Mdx., widow.
4. Robert Joseph Andrews of 57 Clifton Street, Finsbury, house decorator.
1. as trustee and 2. as heirs of Elisha Wilson deceased, and 3. as mortgagee, assign to 4. a lease of Nos. 57 and 59 Clifton Street, Shoreditch (formerly Nos. 25 and 26).

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M2780  4 May 1864

Former reference: B.R.A. 1540

Contents:
1. Edward Benjamin Minto of Knights Wharf, Limehouse, Mdx., builder.
2. National Industrial Life Assurance and General Deposit and Advance Company.
3. [Trustees of the Company].
4. William Alfred Webb of Ivory Cottage, Wellington Road, Bow Road, Mdx., customs officer.
1. (mortgagor) and 3. (mortgagee) assign to 4. a lease of the eighth house on the east side of Harriet Square, Shoreditch [No. 14. See also M2778].

MORTGAGE  M2781  [10 Dec 1873]

Former reference: B.R.A. 1540

Contents:
1. Thomas Webb.
2. George Grace Holloway.
1. mortgages to 2. [No. 15 Harriet Square], leasehold.
Endorsed: [Surrender of mortgage].
Document badly damaged.

LEASE for 1000 years (from 1819)  M2782  2 Jun 1823

Former reference: B.R.A. 1546

Contents:
1. John Fitkin of Old Street Road, Mdx., patent truss manufacturer.
2. James Dando of Old Street Road, Mdx., tailor.
1. leases to 2. a stable and ground on the south side of Old Street Road.

LEASE for 99 years or a life  M2783  14 Jul 1836

Former reference: B.R.A. 1546

Contents:
1. The King.
2. Sir George Harrison, K.C.G., Auditor of the Duchy of Cornwall
William Harrison K.C., Attorney General of the Duchy of Cornwall.
3. Thomas George Williams of Triangle, Hackney, gent.
2. lease to 3. No. 6 William Street, Kennington, Lambeth, Surrey, for 99 years (from 1834) or the life of Thomas George Williams (aged 11), son of 3.

LEASE for 21 years  M2784  4 Feb 1891

Former reference: B.R.A. 1546

Contents:
1. William Edward Williams of 46 Leicester Square, Mdx., architect.
2. Thomas George Williams [junr.] of Maberly Road, Upper Norwood, Surrey, gent.
1. leases to 2. No. 130 Goldsmith's Row, Hackney Road (shop and dwelling house).

MORTGAGE  M2785  4 Feb 1891

Former reference: B.R.A. 1546

Contents:
1. T. G. Williams
2. W. E. Williams
1. mortgages to 2. the property in M2784.
Endorsed: Surrender by 1's executors to 2., of the above mortgage. 25 Apr 1895

COPY WILL  M2786  25 May 1894

Former reference: B.R.A. 1546

Contents:
Proved 21 Aug 1894
Will of William Edward Williams of Wallington, Surrey, formerly Major, 2nd London Rifle Volunteers.
Bequests to grandchildren and servant. The residue to his children: Frederic Bessant Williams and Charles Woolmer Williams (executors), and Catherine Mary Stacey.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M2787  25 Apr 1895

Former reference: B.R.A. 1546

Contents:
1. Frederic Bessant Williams of 19 Haymarket, County of London, gent.
Charles Woolmer Williams of 27 Newgate Street, City of London, surveyor.
2. Thomas George Williams of Harewood, 51 Maberley Road, Upper Norwood, Surrey, gent.
1. assign to 2. the lease in M2783 and an assurance policy on the life of 2. (which determines the lease).

PAPERS  M2788  1895 - 1905

Former reference: B.R.A. 1546

Contents:
Papers concerning the property and assurance policy mentioned in M2787.

COPY LEASE for 80 years (from 1865)  M2789  11 Jul 1868

Former reference: B.R.A. 1546

Contents:
1. The rectors and church wardens of Hackney, West Hackney and South Hackney, as trustees of the charities of Valentine Poole and Sir Stephen White.
2. Thomas Peet Glaskin of Amhurst Road, Hackney, builder.
3. Thomas Walton of 9½ Noble Street, City of London, manufacturer.
1. and 2. lease to 3. Nos. 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16 Winslade Road, Upper Clapton, built by 2. on land belonging to Sir Stephen White's charity.
Plan
Endorsed: Authorisation of the above lease by the Charity Commissioners.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M2790  16 May 1876

Former reference: B.R.A. 1546

Contents:
1. Sophia Glaskin of Amhurst Road, Hackney, widow.
Thomas James Glaskin of Addiscombe Grove, Croydon, Surrey, builder.
James Glaskin of Amhurst Road, Hackney, builder.
2. Andrew Field of 70 Church Street, Mile End New Town, Mdx., auctioneer.
Executors of Thomas Peet Glaskin
The lease in M2789 had become vested in Thomas Peet Glaskin, and 1. assign to 2. the remainder of the lease of Nos. 14, 15 and 16 Winslade Road.

COVENANT TO PRODUCE DEEDS  M2791  16 May 1876

Former reference: B.R.A. 1546

Contents:
1. George Gilbert of 1 Bentley Place, Wilton Road, Dalston, bootmaker.
2. Andrew Field (as M2790).
1. has been assigned the lease of Nos. 11, 12 and 13 Winslade Road. He covenants with 2. to produce deeds relating to Nos. 14, 15 and 16.

FIRE INSURANCE POLICY  M2792  12 Apr 1876

Former reference: B.R.A. 1546

Contents:
Policy on Nos. 14, 15 and 16 Winslade Road.
Endorsed: Note that the policy is now vested in Alice Field of 98 Tressillian Road, Brockley, SE. 15 Oct 1915

LEASE for 73½ years  M2793  29 Jan 1870

Former reference: B.R.A. 1546

Contents:
1. Alexander Ross of Clifton House, Malvern Road, Dalston, gent.
2. James Thomas Leage of 17 Norfolk Terrace, Grange Road, Dalston, estate agent.
1. leases to 2. "Park Villa", No. 19 Malvern Road, Lamb Farm, Dalston (west side).
Plan

LEASE for 67 years  M2794  28 Mar 1877

Former reference: B.R.A. 1546

Contents:
1. Ross
2. Leage
As M2793
1. leases to 2. a strip of land behind property on the west side of Malvern Road. (Lamb Farm Estate).
Plan

SCHEDULE OF DEEDS  M2795  n.d

Former reference: B.R.A. 1546

Contents:
Deeds relating to Clifton House, Dalston (and Park Villa) 1857 - 1885. Mr. J. C. Metcalfe.

SALE PARTICULARS  M2796  9 Jun 1875

Contents:
Nos. 3, 4 and 5 Culford Grove, Culford Road, De Beauvoir Town.
Endorsed: Contract by George Gabites to purchase the three lots.

LEASE for 21 years  M2797  20 Jul 1877

Former reference: B.R.A. 1546

Contents:
1. Sarah Pettit of 52 Eglington Road, North Bow, Mdx., spinster.
2. Thomas Eaton of 1 Basing Place, Kingsland Road, builder.
1. leases to 2. Nos. 1 and 2 Basing Place, with yard and outbuildings.
Plan

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M2798  26 Nov 1887

Former reference: B.R.A. 1546

Contents:
1. Charles Shade of 41 Pole Street, Stepney Green, Mdx., dock labourer, executor of Sarah Pettit.
2. Henry Spurgeon of 152 Curtain Road, Shoreditch, cabinet maker.
1. assigns to 2. the residue of a lease for 61 years of Nos. 1 and 2 Basing Place, subject to the underlease in M2797.

LEASE for 5¾ years from 1898.  M2799  13 Dec 1888

Former reference: B.R.A. 1546

Contents:
1. Henry Spurgeon of 127 Balls Pond Road, Mdx., gent.
2. Thomas Eaton junr. of 1 Basing Place, Kingsland Road, builder.
1. leases to 2. the property in M2797 for a term after the expiry of that lease.

COUNTERPART of M2799  M2800  13 Dec 1888

Former reference: B.R.A. 1546

SALE PARTICULARS  M2801  4 Jul 1901

Former reference: B.R.A. 1546

Contents:
Lot 1. Nos. 57-63 Burton Crescent, S. Pancras.
Lot 2. Nos. 22-32 (even) North Crescent Mews, Mabledon Place, S. Pancras.
Lot 3. No. 2 Lower Clapton Road (shop, dwelling and manufacturing premises).
Lot 4. Nos. 1 and 2 Basing Place (leasehold)
Lot 5. Nos. 56-64 (even)
Lot 6. Nos. 66-74 (even)
Lot 7. Nos. 76-84 (even)
Lot 8. Nos. 86-94 (even)
Fellows Street, Shoreditch
Lot 9. Nos. 46 and 48 Acton Street, Haggerston.
Lot 10. No. 76 Sandringham Road, S. Mark's Square, Dalston.
Endorsed: Contract by Thomas Eaton to buy Lot 4.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M2802  24 Sep 1901

Former reference: B.R.A. 1546

Contents:
1. Peter Herbert Davis of 126 Falkland Road, Green Lanes, Hornsey, Mdx., traveller, heir of Henry Spurgeon.
2. Augustus Spurgeon of 5 Mildmay Park, Stoke Newington, gent., executor of Henry Spurgeon.
3. Thomas Eaton of 43-51 Kingsland Road, Shoreditch, glass manufacturer.
At the request of 1., 2 assigns to 3. the residue of the lease for 61 years of Nos. 1 and 2 Basing Place.

ABSTRACT OF TITLE  M2803  1901

Former reference: B.R.A. 1546

Contents:
Title to the lease of Nos. 1 and Basing Place, 1844-1901.

PLAN AND LETTER  M2804i-ii  1897

Former reference: B.R.A. 1546

Contents:
Plan of Nos. 1-5 Culford Grove showing course of sewer, and copy letter about a blockage in the sewer.

COPY WILL AND PROBATE  M2805  31 May 1812; proved 13 Jun 1812

Former reference: B.R.A. 1547

Contents:
Will of Dorothy Tickell of Hackney, widow.
Her share in the brewery business in which she and her sons Joseph and Samuel Tickell are partners is bequeathed to them, subject to the payment of legacies. Annuities to her sister Christine Whiting (appointed guardian of her daughters), and cousin Ann Alsop. Bequests to her children Charles, George, Hugh, Philip, Jane, Martha and Christiana Tickell.
Trustees: William Phillips and John Arch. Her share in an ironfounder's business at Millbrook, Hants. (with her sons Charles and Philip) to be part of the residue of her estates. Executors: the trustees and Joseph, Samuel and Charles Tickell.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M2806  12 Aug 1912

Former reference: B.R.A. 1547

Contents:
1. Edward George Betts of 37 Cavendish Square, London, esq.
2. Alfred Joseph Johnson of 90 Forest Road, Dalston, school-master.
1. assigns to 2. a lease of Nos. 66, 68 and 70 Mapledene Road, formerly Nos. 1, 2 and 3 Shrubland Grove East, subject to underleases of Nos. 66 and 70. (Lamb Farm estate).

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M2807  2 Sep 1912

Former reference: B.R.A. 1547

Contents:
1. Betts (as M2806)
2. Thomas Sadgrove of 91 Jewel Road, Walthamstow, provision dealer.
1. assigns to 2. a lease of Nos. 78 and 80 Lenthall Road, formerly Nos. 5 and 6 Grange Road East, subject to an under-lease of No. 80. (Lamb Farm estate).

CONVEYANCE (lease and release)  M2808-M2809  5-6 Jun 1760

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
1. Israel Wilkes of S. James, Clerkenwell, Mdx., distiller.
Giles Bawdripp of S. John Street, S. James Clerkenwell, Mdx., gent.
2. Nathan Grundy of Old Street Road, Shoreditch, gent.
1. conveys to 2. three messuages and yards in Old Street Road, near Hoxton Square, on the west side of King Street.
Plan (release)

CONVEYANCE (lease and release)  M2810-M2811  10-11 Jun 1760

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
1. Wilkes
Bawdripp
2. Edmund Whitehead of Holywell Lane, Shoreditch, tinman.
1. convey to 2. two messuages with yards and gardens in King Street, Shoreditch (west side), near Hoxton Square.
Plan (release)

CONVEYANCE (lease and release)  M2812-M2813  10-11 Mar 1761

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
1. John Grundy of Mansfield Street, Whitechapel, gent., (brother of Nathan Grundy deceased) and Ann his wife.
2. Martha Grundy, widow of Nathan, of Shoreditch.
1. convey to 2. the property in M2809, and covenant to levy a final concord of the property to her.

FINAL CONCORD (both indentures)  M2814-M2815  Feb 1 1761

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
1. Martha Grundy, plaintiff
2. John Grundy and Ann his wife, deforciants.
2. Acknowledge the right of 1. to three messuages and a quarter of an acre in Shoreditch.

MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT (lease and release)  M2816-M2817  10-11 Apr 1764

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
1. Martha Grundy of Old Street Road, Shoreditch, widow.
2. John Poole of Holywell Street, Shoreditch, grocer.
3. John Parkinson of Hoxton Square, apothecary.
James Hooker of Hoxton Market Place, carpenter.
In consideration of her intended marriage with 2., 1. conveys to 3. the property in M2809 in trust for 2. for life, then for 1. for life, then for their children.

CONVEYANCE (lease and release)  M2818 - M2819  13-14 Dec 1771

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
1. Edmund Whitehead of Hoxton Square, Shoreditch, gent.
2. James Ward of Old Street Road, Shoreditch, wine cooper
1. conveys to 2. the property in M2811 and a fire insurance policy on the property.

MORTGAGE (lease for 500 years)  M2820  9 Mar 1772

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
1. Martha Poole of Holywell Lane, Shoreditch, widow and adminstratrix of John Poole.
2. Edward Smith of Queen's Square, S. George Bloomsbury, yeoman.
1. mortgages to 2. the property in M2809
Endorsed: discharge of the above mortgage 28 Apr 1772

CONVEYANCE (Lease and release)  M2821 - M2822  29-30 Apr 1772

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
1. Martha Poole of Holywell Lane, Shoreditch, widow.
2. Thomas Cooper of the Royal Exchange, London, peruke maker.
Richard Jenkinson of Charles Square, Hoxton, gent. (trustee for Cooper).
1. conveys to 2. the property in M2809 and its fire insurance policy.

LEASE for 41 years  M2823  30 May 1782

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
1. Thomas Cooper of Romford, Essex, gent.
2. Robert Collis of S. Thomas, Southwark, Surrey, gent.
1. leases to 2. two messuages in Old Street Road and one adjoining them in King Street [the property in M2809].

CONVEYANCE (Release - lease missing)  M2824  25 Mar 1785

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
1. James Ward of Hoxton, gent.
2. Robert Collis of the Mare Pond, S. Thomas, Southwark, gent.
1. conveys to 2. the property in M2811.

COPY ASSIGNMENT  M2825  Original 3 Sep 1796

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
1. Commissioners of Commission of Bankruptcy against Robert Collis of Weston Street, Southwark, Surrey, coal dealer, dealer and chapman.
2. William Richardson of Bermondsey, Surrey, esq.
Richard Collis of Romford, Essex, watchmaker.
Thomas Thompson of the Old Swan, London, coal merchant.
1. assign to 2. all the property of Robert Collis, in trust for his creditors.

CONVEYANCE (Bargain and sale)  M2826  5 Jun 1797

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
1. Commissioners
2. Assignees
As M2825
1. convey to 2. the property in M2811, in trust to sell it for the benefit of the creditors.

CONVEYANCE (Lease and release)  M2827-M2828  29-30 Jun 1797

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
1. William Richardson of Bermondsey, Surrey, esq.
Richard Collis of Romford, Essex, esq.
Thomas Thompson of the Old Swan, London, coal merchant.
Assignees of the estate and effects of 2.
2. Robert Collis late of Weston Street, Southwark, Surrey, coal dealer, dealer and chapman, bankrupt.
3. William Richardson (as 1.)
4. Thomas Cooper of Gloucester, gent.
2. Owes 3 money in respect of the deputy clerkship of the Court of Requests for Southwark, which was to be secured by a mortgage of the property in M2823 (leasehold) and M2811 (freehold). For a payment to 3. of £21, 3. with the consent of 1. and 2. conveys these properties to 4., subject to an annuity to Helen and Ann Bowyer charged on the freehold property by 2.
(Lease relates to freehold property only)

COPY CONVEYANCE (Lease and release)  M2829-M2830  4-5 Dec 1797

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
1. Thomas Cooper of Gloucester, gent.
2. William Wheeler of Gloucester, seedsman.
1. conveys to 2. five messuages in Old Street Road and King Street, Shoreditch, (freehold), and freehold and leasehold, property in Gloucester, Herefordshire and Essex, and his personal effects, to the use of 1. for life, then to uses to be specified by 1's wife Hannah.
(Lease relates to freehold property only).

SETTLEMENT  M2831  22 Feb 1815

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
Hannah, widow of Thomas Cooper, of Gloucester, appoints the properties covered by M2830 to be held to her use for life then as she shall appoint.

CONVEYANCE (Lease and release)  M2832-M2833  29-30 Jul 1817

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
1. Hannah, widow of Thomas Cooper of Gloucester.
2. Thomas Gardner of Gloucester, gent.
3. Charles Gardner of Gloucester, gent, trustee for 2.
1. conveys to 2. the three messuages with yards in Old Street Road, and the two in King Street, subject to the annuity.

ABSTRACT OF TITLE  M2834  c. 1817

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
Title to the two messuages in King Street, Shoreditch (the deeds included in M2810-M2828).

ABSTRACT OF TITLE  M2835  [n.d.]

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
Title to the three messuages in Old Street Road (the deeds included in M2808-2833).

LEASE for 21 years  M2836  3 Feb 1818

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
1. Thomas Gardner of Gloucester, gent.
2. John Pearson of Shoreditch, cabinet and chair maker.
1. leases to 2. a messuage on the corner of King Street and Old Street Road.

LEASE for 21 years  M2837  3 Feb 1818

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
1. Thomas Gardner of Gloucester, gent.
2. Thomas Francis of Shoreditch, carpet weaver.
1. leases to 2. No. 2 King Street, Shoreditch.

COVENANT OT PRODUCE DEEDS  M2838  29 Mar 1822

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
1. Samuel Jeffs of Gloucester, nurseryman, trustee for William Wheeler of Bristol, linen draper, a minor.
2. Thomas Gardner of Gloucester, gent.
3. Thomas Tayler of Clement's Inn, S. Clement Danes, Mdx., gent.
With the consent of 2. 1. covenants to produce deeds (M2829-M2830) when required to 3. who is to buy the five messuages.
Enclosed: a) Agreement to purchase signed by Thomas Tayler. 8 Mar 1822
b) Certificates of the burial registrations of Thomas Cooper (1811) and Hannah Cooper (1820). 22 Mar 1822

CONVEYANCE (Lease and release)  M2839-M2840  1-2 Apr 1822

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
1. Thomas Gardner of Gloucester, gent.
2. Thomas Tayler of Clements Inn, S. Clement Danes, Mdx., gent.
3. Francis Holborow of Clare Street, S. Clement Danes, Cheesemonger.
4. Thomas Lightfoot of Holles Street, S. Clement Danes, coal merchant, trustee for 3.
At the request of 2., 1. conveys to 3. the two messuages (formerly three) and yard in Old Street Road and the three messuages (formerly two) and yards and gardens in King Street, subject to the annuity and to leases but freed from land tax.

LEASE for 21 years  M2841  22 Apr 1823

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
1. Francis Holborow of Clare Street, Clare Market, S. Clement Danes, Mdx., cheesemonger.
2. John Pettigrew of Old Street Road, Shoreditch, paper stainer.
2. surrenders a former lease, and 1. leases to 2. No. 21 Old Street Road.
Enclosed: fragments of the former lease. 19 Jan 1809

LEASE for 21 years  M2842  18 Nov 1824

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
1. Francis Holborow of Tresham, Glos., gent.
2. John Pearson of Old Street Road, chair manufacturer.
1. leases to 2. No. 1 King Street.
Enclosed: Agreement by Ethelbert Holborow, on behalf of Francis, to grant the above lease.

COPY WILL  M2843  22 May 1830

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
Will of Francis Holborow of Tresham, Glos., farmer.
To his wife Dinah and children John, Francis, Ann and Sarah he leaves property in S. Clement Danes, Holborn, S. Marylebone, Chelsea, Pinner and Gloucestershire. The Old Street Road and King Street properties are bequeathed to his daughters Ann and Sarah.
Bequests to his sister Mrs. Tyler, his brother John (a trustee) and his other trustees Isaac and Ethelbert Holborow. His wife is appointed executrix.

ABSTRACT OF MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT  M2844  15 Aug 1846

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
1. Sarah Holborow of Tresham, Hawkesbury, Glos., spinster.
2. Rowland Nathaniel Long of Kingswood, Wilts., gent.
Mary Long of Kingswood, widow, mother of 2.
4. John Holborow of Sopworth, Wilts., gent.
Isaac Holborow of Old Sodbury, Glos., gent.
Ethelbert Holborow of Yate, Glos., gent.
In consideration of an intended marriage between 1. and 2. they will, when 1. reaches the age of 21, convey to 4. the property in M2840 and money due under the will of 1.'s father (M2843), in trust for 1. for life, then half for 2. and half for their issue.
(Further provisions).
Endorsed: Appointment of new trustees, George Holborow, Paul Long and George Meek in place of 4. above. Original 6 Jun 1848

LEASE for 21 years  M2845  22 Oct 1851

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
1. George Holborow of S. Clement Danes, Westminster, gent.
Paul Long of Charfield, Glos., gent.
George Meek of Russell Square, Mdx., esq.
2. Rowland Nathaniel Long and Sarah his wife, of Falfield, Glos
Charles Clark of King Street, Hoxton, dyer.
With the consent of 2., 1. lease to 3. Nos. 2 and 3 King Street.

LEASE for 21 years  M2846  3 Dec 1853

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
1. Holborow
Long
Meek
2. Long
3. John Stewart of 21 Old Street Road, tailor.
With the consent of 2., 1. lease to 3.
No. 21 Old Street Road.

COUNTERPART of M2846  M2847  3 Dec 1853

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

LEASE for 21 years  M2848  7 Dec 1858

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
1. Holborow
Long
Meek
2. Rowland Nathaniel Long and Sarah his wife, of Wotton under Edge, Glos.
3. John Leatt Stacy of 20 Old Street Road, upholsterer.
With the consent of 2., 1. lease to 3.
No. 20 Old Street and No. 1 King Street.

COUNTERPART of M2848  M2849  7 Dec 1858

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

FIRE INSURANCE POLICIES  M2850-M2852  1860-1888

Fire Insurance policy for Paul Long  M2850  1860

Contents:
Nos. 2 and 3 King Street, occupied by a dyer (dye house at rear).
No. 1 King Street and No. 20 Old Street Road, occupied by a furniture dealer.
No. 21 Old Street Road, occupied by a tailor

Fire Insurance Policy for John Leatt Stacy  M2851  1877

Contents:
Nos. 2 and 3 King Street occupied by an upholsterer and bedding manufacturer

Fire Insurance policy for John Leatt Stacy  M2852  1888

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
No. 307 Old Street Road, occupied by a furniture dealer (Deares)
(Endorsed: notes that the premises are used for manufacturing, and that the policy is now vested in Joseph Rochford, 1895-1897.)

SURRENDER OF LEASE  M2853  22 Apr 1872

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
1. John Stewart of 307 Old Street, tailor.
2. John Leatt Stacy of 309 Old Street, auctioneer.
3. Sarah Long of Merlin Lodge, Wotton under Edge, Glos., Widow.
4. Francis Holborow of Tresham, Hawkesbury, Glos., gent.
John Holborow of Didmarton, Glos., wine merchant.
William Bullock of Wotton under Edge, surgeon.
2. Has purchased from 1. the lease in M2846. He now surrenders it to 1., who will grant him a new lease. No. 21 Old Street Road is now No. 307 Old Street.

LEASE for 21 years  M2854  27 Apr 1872

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
1. Long
2. Holborow
Holborow
Bullock
As M2853
3. John Leatt Stacy of 309 Old Street auctioneer
1. and 2. lease to 3. Nos. 307, 309 and 311 Old Street, and Nos. 1, 2 and 3 King Street.

COUNTERPART of M2854  M2855  27 Apr 1872

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

ABSTRACT OF TITLE  M2856  c. 1877

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
Title of Long's trustees to the six houses in Old Street and King Street, to be conveyed to J. L. Stacy.
Recites M2839 - M2844 (excluding leases) and related documents.

LEASE for 14 years  M2857  9 Jun 1877

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
1. John Leatt Stacy of Tancrey House, Fordwich, Kent, gent.
2. Alfred Beadman of 307, 309 and 311 Old Street, upholsterer.
1. leases to 2. Nos. 307, 309 and 311 Old Street ("messuages... dwelling houses, shops and premises").

MORTGAGE  M2858  1 Aug 1877

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
1. John Leatt Stacy of Tancrey House, Fordwich, Kent, gent.
2. Francis Holborow of Yate, Glos., gent.
John Holborow of Didmartin, Glos., wine merchant.
1. mortgages to 2. Nos. 307, 309 and 311 Old Street and Nos. 2 and 3 King Street (a warehouse. No. 311 Old Street was formerly No. 1 King Street).

STREET NAMING ORDER  M2859  16 Jan 1880

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
Order by the Metropolitan Board of Works changing the name of King Street, Hoxton Square to Rufus Street, and renumbering.
Copy made 21 Nov. 1895.

DEATH CERTIFICATES (2)  M2860  28 Jan 1886-11 Jul 1895

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
Death certificates of John Holborow, brewer, at Didmarton, Glos. (suicide), and Sarah Long, widow, at Bristol.

LEASE for 21 years  M2861  1 Sep 1887

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
1. Francis Holborow of Northwood Winterborn, Glos., gent.
2. John Leatt Stacy of 28 College Road, Brighton, gent.
3. Robert Fenn of Gladstone Works, Rufus Street, cabinet maker.
At the request of 2., 1. leases to 3. Gladstone Works (warehouse, formerly Nos. 2 and 3) Rufus Street.
Schedule of fixtures.

COPY of M2861  M2862  1 Sep 1887

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

LEASE for 21 years  M2863  3 Jan 1888

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
1. Holborow
2. Stacy
3. Alfred Beadman of 307, 309 and 311 Old Street, upholsterer.
As M2861
At the request of 2., 1. leases to 3. Nos. 307, 309 and 311 Old Street. No. 309 has been incorporated with No. 311.

COPY of M2863  M2864  1 Sep 1887

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

SCHEDULE OF DEEDS  M2865  n.d

Contents:
Deeds delivered to a Stroud solicitor. (from M2808-M2863)

FIRE INSURANCE POLICY  M2866  7 Oct 1891

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
Gladstone Works, Rufus Street, occupied by Robert Fenn, cabinet maker.
Insured: J. L. Stacy esq., of 3 Ditching Drive, Preston Park, Brighton, Sussex.

TAX RECEIPT  M2867  26 Apr 1895

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
Receipt for income tax paid by R. Fenn on property in Rufus Street.

SCHEDULE OF DEEDS  M2868  [n.d.]

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
Deeds and papers from M2838-M2867

SALE PARTICULARS  M2869  16 Oct 1895

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
Lot 1: Nos. 307, 309 and 311 Old Street ("The Lion Furniture Exchange" - Alfred Beadman trading as Henry Deares): shops, showrooms and upholsterers workshops.
Lot 2: Gladstone Works, Rufus Street (business of a wholesale and export cabinet manufacturer. Tenant, Robert Fenn).
Three showrooms and a workshop.
Endorsed: Contract by Joseph Rochford to buy both lots.

SALE PARTICULARS  M2870  16 Oct 1895

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
As M2869, but omitting the contract and including a photograph of the Deares premises, showing ?employees.

DECLARATION  M2871  9 Dec 1895

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
Alfred John Morton Ball of Stroud, Glos., solicitor, gives details of the succession of trustees to the marriage settlement in M2844, and of the sale of the property to J. L. Stacy.
Attached: Articles of agreement between the trustees and J. L. Stacy for the sale of the property. 12 Apr 1877

NOTICE  M2872  21 Mar 1906

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
Joseph Rochford has allowed the Liquidator and Messrs. J. Schuman & Co. Ltd., to assign a lease from him of No. 1 Rufus Street to Carl Guy Lotinga and Herbert Lotinga.
Jonas Wolfe, house furnisher, gives notice that he guarantees the payment of rent by the Lotingas.

LETTER  M2873  4 May 1906

Contents:
Joseph Rochford, Turnford, Broxbourne, Herts., to Alfred Beadman, 309 Old Street.
The writer is willing to grant Mr. Beadman a fresh lease of 307, 309 and 311 Old Street.
Attached a) Copy
b) Acknowledgement from Alfred Beadman

MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT  M2874  2 Feb 1909

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
1. Joseph Rochford of Turnford, Broxbourne, Herts.
2. William Johnston Yapp, trading as F. E. and G. Maund, of 344 Old Street, shop fitters.
1. lets to 2. No. 311 Old Street on a yearly tenancy.

MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT  M2875  7 Mar 1909

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
1. Rochford (as M2874)
2. Alfred Beadman, trading as Alfred [...] of 309 Old Street, upholsterer.
1. lets to 2. No. 309 Old Street on a yearly tenancy.

MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT  M2876  15 Jun 1910

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
1. Rochford (as M2874)
2. Henry Wilson of 248 Liverpool Road, Islington
1. lets to 2. No. 307 Old Street for three years (to be used for hardware, woodware and fancy goods trade).

"SCHEDULES OF DOCUMENTS"  M2877-M2878  1910-1911

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
Two schedules, each listing one lease by Rochford.

LEASE for 7 years  M2879  28 Nov 1911

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
1. Rochford (as M2874)
2. Jacob Clements of 27 Albert Buildings, Leonard Street, City of London.
1. leases to 2. No. 307 Old Street (shop, messuage, dwelling house and building).

MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT  M2880  7 Nov 1916

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
1. Rochford (as M2874)
2. Ferruccio Boni of 118 Old Street.
1. lets to 2. No. 307 Old Street for twelve months.

DRAFT LEASE for 7 years  M2881  1918

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
1. Joseph Rochford of Turnford, Broxbourne, gent.
2. Louis Coleman of 25 Paignton Road, Stamford Hill
William Arthur Lansbury and Edgar Isaac Lansbury of 103 S. Stephens Road, London.
Veneer merchants
1. leases to 2. No. 311 Old Street (shop, messuage, dwelling house and buildings).

LETTER  M2882  1 May 1919

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
From estate agents, sending to Joseph Rochford the agreement signed by Mr. Fusari.

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT  M2883  17 Sep 1919

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
1. Joseph Rochford of 21 Fitzjohn's Avenue, Hampstead, London, gent.
2. Nathan Warshawer of Wellington Lodge, Ray Park Road, Maidenhead, Berks., gent.
1. agrees to sell to 2. Nos. 307, 309 and 311 Old Street and No. 1 Rufus Street (formerly Gladstone Works)

REQUISITIONS OF TITLE  M2884  23 Sep 1919

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
Title to 307-311 Old Street and 1 Rufus Street.

RECEIPT  M2885  19 Dec 1819

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
The Land Registry acknowledges receipt of documents.

LETTER  M2886  20 Jan 1920

Former reference: B.R.A. 1320

Contents:
Hutchinson & Cuff, Lincoln's Inn, to Joseph Rochford, Hampstead.
Arrangements for custody of various documents.

LEASE for 80 years (from 1875)  M2887  14 Jan 1879

Former reference: B.R.A. 1404

Contents:
1. (Six of the Trustees of Sir John Cass' Charity).
2. The Trustees of the Charity.
3. James Goodman and Josiah Goodman of 256 Green Street, Bethnal Green, builders.
1. lease to 3., Nos. 1, 3, 4 and 5 Meynell Road, South Hackney, which 3. have built.
Plan

LEASE for 80 years (from 1875)  M2888  3 Feb 1879

Former reference: B.R.A. 1404

Contents:
1. James Goodman and Josiah Goodman of 256 Green Street, Bethnal Green builders.
2. Alfred Ernest Clements of 7 Queens Street, Cheapside, City of London, accountant.
1. lease to 2. No. 5 Meynell Road.

LEASE for 80 years (from 1875)  M2889  8 Sep 1879

Former reference: B.R.A. 1404

Contents:
1. Trustees
2. Trustees
3. J. & J. Goodman
As M2887
1. lease to 3. Nos. 9, 10, 17 and 19 Meynell Road, which 3 have built.
Plan

LEASE for 80 years (from 1875)  M2890  3 Feb 1880

Former reference: B.R.A. 1404

Contents:
1. James Goodman and Josiah Goodman (as above).
2. Gustavus James Goodman
1. lease to 2. Nos. 1, 3, 4, 9 and 10 Meynell Road.
Plan

LEASE for 80 years (from 1875)  M2891  3 Feb 1880

Former reference: B.R.A. 1404

Contents:
1. James Goodman and Josiah Goodman (as above).
2. William Alfred Tutt of Meynell Road, South Hackney, builder.
1. lease to 2. Nos. 17 and 19 Meynell Road [See also M2903].
Plan

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASES  M2892  3 Feb 1880

Former reference: B.R.A. 1404

Contents:
1. James Goodman and Josiah Goodman (as above).
2. James Upton Hanks junr. of 53 Wells Street, Hackney.
1. assign to 2. the leases in M2887 and M2889.

MORTGAGE  M2893  7 Feb 1880

Former reference: B.R.A. 1404

Contents:
1. James Upton Hanks junr. of 53 Well Street, Hackney, gent.
2. Harriett Barr of Glenarm Road, Lower Clapton, widow.
1. mortgages to 2. the property in M2887 and M2889.
Endorsed: a) Further mortgage by 1. to 2. 2 Jan 1891
b) Surrender of the above mortgage. The mortgage is surrendered to the Rev. Albert Goodrich by himself and Harriet Gale Hanks. 15 Jul 1898

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASES  M2894  19 Jan 1891

Former reference: B.R.A. 1404

Contents:
1. James Upton Hanks junr. of The Shrubbery, Grove Road, Wanstead, Essex, timber merchant..
2. The Rev. Albert Goodrich D.D. of 182 Upper Charlton Road, Manchester, Minister of the Gospel.
1. assigns to 2. the leases in M2887 and M2889, subject to the mortgage in M2893.

CONVEYANCE (Appointment and release)  M2895  18 Oct 1851

Former reference: B.R.A. 1325

Contents:
1. John Parr of S. Johns Terrace, South Hackney, gent.
2. William Davies of St. John's Row, Old Ford, Mdx., baker.
3. William Norris of Mare Street, Hackney, surveyor, trustee for 2.
1. conveys to 2. and 3. a plot of land on the south side of [New Church Road], south Hackney.
Plan

COVENANT TO PRODUCE DEEDS  M2896  20 Oct 1851

Former reference: B.R.A. 1325

Contents:
1. Parr
2. Davies
As M2895
1. covenants to produce for 2. when required deeds of the property in M2895.

CONVEYANCE (Appointment and release)  M2897  23 Jul 1852

Former reference: B.R.A. 1325

Contents:
1. John Parr, late of Seething Lane, City of London, cooper, now of S. John's Terrace, S. Hackney, gent.
2. John Mate of Well Street, Hackney, Sergeant of Police.
3. Robert Turner of East Cheap, City of London, umbrella maker, trustee for 2.
1. conveys to 2. and 3. a piece of land with two messuages on the north side of New Church Road.
Plan
Endorsed: Memorandum of 24 Nov 1891: conveyance of No. 47 Balcorne Street, part of the above property, to Caroline Bliss.

CONVEYANCE  M2898  8 Jun 1855

Former reference: B.R.A. 1325

Contents:
1. Samuel Parr, late of Trinity Square, Southwark, Surrey, now of 4 S. John's Terrace, South Hackney, surveyor, son of John Parr deceased.
2. William Turner of Hackney Road, Bethnal Green, builder.
3. Philip Stevens of Liverpool, customs surveyor, trustee for 2.
1. conveys to 2. and 3. a piece of land with two messuages on the west side of Manor Road, South Hackney (south of the Theological College and almshouses).
Plan

MORTGAGE  M2899  1 Feb 1856

Former reference: B.R.A. 1325

Contents:
1. William Turner of Hackney Road, Bethnal Green, builder.
2. Catherine Mary Smith of the Terrace, Camberwell, Surrey, widow.
1. mortgages to 2. the property in M2898 and four more messuages which 2. is building on the site.
Endorsed: a) Further mortgage 22 Jul 1861
b) Discharge of the above mortgages by C. M. Smith's executors to William Turner junr. 6 Dec 1880

CONVEYANCE  M2900  8 Jun 1878

Former reference: B.R.A. 1325

Contents:
1. William Turner senr. formerly of Hackney Road, Bethnal Green, builder, now of 19 Holcroft Road, South Hackney, gent.
2. William Turner junr. of 19 Holcroft Road, South Hackney, gent., son of 1.
1. conveys to 2. part of the land in M2898 and five messuages thereon, Nos. 13-21 (odd) Holcroft Road (formerly 3, 4, 5 Clarendon Terrace, Manor Cottage, and 6 Clarendon Terrace, Manor Road), subject to the mortgages in M2899.
Plan

CONVEYANCE  M2901  1 Jul 1878

Former reference: B.R.A. 1325

Contents:
1. The Rev. Henry George Eland of Bedminster, Somerset, clerk
George Francis Eland of 4 Trafalgar Square, Westminster, gent.
2. William Henry Heath and Thomas Henry Hovenden of 181 Bishopsgate Street Without, City of London, surveyors, executors of George William Heath.
3. Benjamin Shayer of Edgcumbe House, Northumberland Park, Tottenham, Mdx., gent.
1. as mortgagees and 2. convey to 3. a messuage and land on the corner of Lauriston Road and Holcroft Road.

CONVEYANCE  M2902  7 Dec 1879

Former reference: B.R.A. 1325

Contents:
1. Thomas Randal of 2 Tanfield Court, Temple, City of London, gent.
2. Walter James Upton of the Temperance Hotel, Chelmsford, bank clerk
John Upton Knight of Holme Street Farm, Pulborough, Sussex, farmer.
Trustees of the marriage settlement of 3.
3. Thomas Knight of Pulborough, Sussex, farmer, and Margaret his wife, daughter of Martha Wood.
4. John Collis of 12 Mitchell Street, S. Luke, Mdx., engineer.
1. As mortgagee and 2. with the consent of 3. convey to 4. nos. 25 and 27 Lauriston Road (formerly Nos. 4 and 3 Park Place, Grove Street).

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M2903  20 Oct 1882

Former reference: B.R.A. 1325

Contents:
1. William Alfred Tutt of 19 Meynell Road, South Hackney, builder.
2. John Kissock of 13 Meynell Road, South Hackney, gent.
1. Assigns to 2. the lease of No. 17 Meynell Road, M2891 (B.R.A. 1404).

CONVEYANCE  M2904  28 Oct 1884

Former reference: B.R.A. 1325

Contents:
1. Anna Maria Stiebel (nee Johnson) wife of Leonard, of 75 Tressilian Road, S. John's, Kent.
2. Charles William Cross, of 17 Loftus Road, Shepherd's Bush, Mdx., builder.
George Beazley New of 62 George Street, Portman Square, Mdx., surveyor.
3. John James Jones of Belgrade House, Meynell Road, South Hackney, esq.
1. (With 2., her trustees) conveys to 3. Nos. 27 and 29 Amhurst Road, (formerly Nos. 4 and 5 Manor Gardens).
Plan

CONVEYANCE  M2905  28 Oct 1884

Former reference: B.R.A. 1325

Contents:
1. Charlotte Burgoyne (nee Johnson), wife of James, of 161 Oxford Street, Mdx.
2. Cross
New
3. Jones
As M2904
1. (With 2. her trustees) conveys to 3, Nos. 31, 33 and 35 Amhurst Road (formerly Nos. 6, 7 and 8 Manor Gardens).
Plan

MORTGAGE  M2906  29 Oct 1884

Former reference: B.R.A. 1325

Contents:
1. John James Jones of Belgrade House, Meynell Road, South Hackney, esq.
2. Jane Nixon and Mary Nixon of 11 Rectory Terrace, Gosforth, Northumberland, spinsters.
1. Mortgages to 2. Nos. 27-35 (odd) Amhurst Road.

TRANSFER OF MORTGAGE and further mortgage  M2907  5 Oct 1888

Former reference: B.R.A. 1325

Contents:
1. J. and M. Nixon (as M2906)
2. Jones
3. Cross
New
As M2904
1. Transfer to 3. the mortgage in M2906, and 3. make a further loan to 2.

TRANSFER OF MORTGAGE  M2908  8 Mar 1892

Former reference: B.R.A. 1325

Contents:
1. Charles William Cross of 8 Rylett Road, Shepherd's Bush, London, gent.
George Beazley New of 62 George Street, Portman Square, London, surveyor.
2. John James Jones of The Homestead, Sandgate, Kent, esq.
3. Thomas Oughton of 94 Oakley Street, Chelsea, London, gent.
1. Transfer to 3. the mortgage in M2906.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M2909  6 Sep 1894

Former reference: B.R.A. 1325

Contents:
1. Samuel Murphie of Glenroy, Newton Stewart, Wigtonshire, Scotland, retired draper
James McDowall of 38 Bancroft Road, Mile End, Mdx., draper
Executors of John Kissock
2. Charles Sartain of 118 Well Street, South Hackney, pawnbroker.
1. Assign to 2. the lease assigned in M2903.

ROYAL WARRANT (Treasury)  M2910  4 Jan 1893

Former reference: B.R.A. 1325

Contents:
The Crown renounces the estate of William Turner junr., who died intestate, in favour of his brothers and sisters. (Nos. 13-21 (odd) Holcroft Road).

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M2911  21 May 1895

Former reference: B.R.A. 1325

Contents:
1. William Dunn of 258 Victoria Park Road, South Hackney, gent.
2. Jane Kilham of 40 S. Thomas Road, South Hackney, widow.
3. Charles Sartain of 116-118 Well Street, Hackney, pawnbroker.
1. And 2. assign to 3. a lease of No. 40 S. Thomas Road (formerly No. 2 Coburn Villas).

CONVEYANCE  M2912  15 Jul 1895

Former reference: B.R.A. 1325

Contents:
1. John James Jones of Farleigh House, Sandgate, Kent, esq.
2. Walter Pridham of 13 Glaskins Mews, Pembury Road, Hackney, harmonium and American organ manufacturer.
1. Conveys to 2. Nos. 27-35 (odd) Amhurst Road, subject to the mortgage in M2906.

CONVEYANCE  M2913  16 Oct 1895

Former reference: B.R.A. 1325

Contents:
1. The West Hampstead Land Development Co. Ltd.
2. Thomas William Potter of 31 Wilson Street, Finsbury, electrical engineer.
William Heath of 4 Belsize Lane, South Hampstead, gent.
1. Conveys to 2. Nos. 45-51 (odd) Inderwick Road, Hornsey, subject to leases and building restrictions.
Plan

CONVEYANCE  M2914  1 Jul 1896

Former reference: B.R.A. 1325

Contents:
1. Thomas Oughton of 94 Oakley Street, Chelsea, gent.
2. Walter Pridham of 13 Glaskins Mews, Pembury Road, Hackney, harmonium and American organ manufacturer.
3. Charles Sartain of 114-116 Well Street, Hackney, pawnbroker
1. As mortgagee and 2. convey absolutely to 3. Nos. 27-35 Amhurst Road, Hackney.

CONVEYANCE  M2915  12 May 1908

Former reference: B.R.A. 1325

Contents:
1. John Collis (see M2902), now of S. Andrews, Woodside Park, North Finchley, Mdx.
2. Charles Sartain of 118 Well Street, Hackney, pawnbroker.
1. Conveys to 2. Nos. 25 and 27 Lauriston Road.

COPY MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT  M2916  18 Jan 1804

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
1. John Le Mesurier esq., Governor of Alderney and Major, 89th Regiment of Foot.
2. Peter Perchard of Chatham Place, London, esq., Alderman of the City of London, and Martha his daughter.
3. Paul Le Mesurier esq., merchant, Alderman of the City of London.
Haviland Le Mesurier esq., of the City of London, merchant.
Benjamin Le Mesurier esq., of the City of London, merchant
John Mico Winter esq., of Leatherhead, Surrey.
In consideration of an intended marriage between 1. and Martha Perchard, 2. have conveyed to 3. consols producing £1,000 per annum. 3. are to hold them in trust for Martha Perchard for life, then half in trust for 1. for life and half for their children (further provisions made).
Martha Perchard will have rights of dower on 1's estate.

DRAFT WILL  M2917  19 Feb 1806

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Will of John Le Mesurier esq., Governor of Alderney.
The patent office of Governor of Alderney for the remainder of a term of years is bequeathed to testator's brother Peter Le Mesurier. All his lands to his wife Martha for life, then to his children (if any), or his brothers and sisters. His personal effects to his uncles Haviland and Benjamin Le Mesurier in trust for his wife and any children.

NOTE OF HAND  M2918  11 Apr 1806

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
John M. Winter promises to pay Benjamin and John Le Mesurier £2,500 and interest.
Endorsed: Explanation of a larger monetary transaction of which this was a part.

DRAFT WILL  M2919  28 Jul 1806

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Will of Benjamin Le Mesurier of the City of London and of Hackney, esq.
The leasehold messuage in Hackney where he lives and his household goods to his wife Margaret. All his other property to be converted in money:
£5,000 to be paid to his wife and £5,000 to be held in trust for her for life, then for his nephew Frederick Le Mesurier, then for the latter's sons. The testator confirms the settlement which covers property in Guernsey. £1,000 to be held in trust for his sister Ann Le Mesurier for life, then for Frederick. The residue to be held in trust for his wife for life, then for Frederick.
Executors: his wife, and Frederick Le Mesurier. Trustees: The executors, John Le Mesurier and John Mico Winter.

DRAFT APPOINTMENT OF TRUSTEES  M2920  1 Jan 1808

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
John Le Mesurier and his wife Martha appoint John Thomas Howe Le Mesurier of Brazenose College, Oxford and Frederick Le Mesurier of the City of London, merchant, as trustees of their marriage settlement (M2916) in place of Paul and Haviland Le Mesurier deceased.

DRAFT APPOINTMENT OF TRUSTEE  M2921  1 Jan 1808

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
John Mico Winter and Rachel his wife (nee Perchard), with Thomas Bradbury Winter, appoint John Le Mesurier as trustee of their marriage settlement in place of Peter Le Mesurier deceased.

DRAFT DECLARATION OF TRUSTS  M2922  22 Jan 1808

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
1. Benjamin Le Mesurier of the City of London, merchant
John Mico Winter of Shenley, Herts., esq.
John Le Mesurier esq., Governor of Alderney and Major in H.M. Army
Executors of Peter Perchard
2. John Thomas Howe Le Mesurier of Brazenose College, Oxford.
Frederick Le Mesurier of the City of London, merchant.
Trustees appointed by 1.
3. John Le Mesurier (as 1.) and Martha his wife, daughter of Peter Perchard.
4. John Mico Winter (as 1.) and Rachel his wife, daughter of Peter Perchard.
Peter Perchard bequeathed an annuity of £300 to each of his daughters and left them the residue of his estate. £10,000 consols have been transferred to 1. (except John Le Mesurier) and 2, in trust to pay £300 per annum to Martha Le Mesurier. John Le Mesurier has purchased the testator's leasehold messuage in Chatham Place, City of London. Other sums are held by 1. and 2. in trust for 4. and their children.

DRAFT ASSIGNMENT OF BOND  M2923  22 Jan 1808

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
1. Benjamin Le Mesurier
John Mico Winter
2. Benjamin Le Mesurier
John Mico Winter
John T. H. Le Mesurier
Frederick Le Mesurier
As M2922
1. as acting executors of Peter Perchard assign to 2. the bond of John Le Mesurier for payment of £2,324 (purchase price for the house in Chatham Place).

DRAFT ASSIGNMENT OF BONDS AND MORTGAGES  M2924  22 Jan 1808

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
1. Benjamin Le Mesurier
John Mico Winter
2. Benjamin Le Mesurier
John Le Mesurier
Ebenezer Maitland of the City of London, merchant.
James Scott of Hammersmith, Mdx., esq.
As M2922
1. as acting executors of Peter Perchard assign to 2. two bonds and mortgages of Thomas Bradbury Winter [father of John Mico Winter] for payment to Peter Perchard.

DRAFT MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT  M2925  8 Feb 1811

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
1. Ambrose Lane, captain in the 44th Regiment of Foot.
2. Elizabeth Le Mesurier, spinster (daughter of Peter Le Mesurier, deceased).
3. John Le Mesurier, esq., Governor of Alderney and Lt. Col. in H.M. Army, brother of 2.
Peter Mesurier, captain in the 89th Regiment of Foot, brother of 2.
Benjamin Le Mesurier esq., of Warnford Court, Throgmorton Street, City of London, merchant.
In consideration of an intended marriage between 1. and 2., 2. has transferred to 3. £6000 Navy 5% annuities, in trust for 1. for life, then for 2. for life, then for their children.

DRAFT MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT  M2926  1811

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
As M2925, but covers three other sums.

PAPERS  M2927-M2929  1810 - 1811

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Papers concerning M2925.

PETITION AND AFFIDAVIT  M2930-M2931  Feb 1811

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Petition to the Court of Chancery by Elizabeth Le Mesurier (with affidavit by John Le Mesurier) that he may be appointed as her guardian to give consent to her marriage, she being a minor.

LETTERS  M2932-M2933  Feb 1828

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Letter from Ambrose Lane to Thomas Lane, solicitor, and copy reply of the latter, concerning the powers of the trustees to purchase properties outside England.

COPY CASE AND OPINION  M2934  n.d

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Opinion [of counsel] that the trustees of the marriage settlement, M2925, have no power to withold payment of the dividends to the husband in the event of a separation.

DRAFT MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT  M2935  Mar 1812

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
1. The Rev. John Thomas Howe Le Mesurier of Clapton, clerk.
2. Martha Ludlam of North End, Fulham, Mdx., spinster.
3. John Le Mesurier esq., Governor of Alderney.
James Ludlam of Homerton, esq.
The Rev. Mark James Pattison of East Stone House, Devon, clerk.
In consideration of an intended marriage between 1. and 2., 1. has transferred to 3. £5500 consols, in trust for 1. for life, then for 2. for life, then for their children.
Endorsed (on original): Note that 2. has transferred £300 stock to 1.

DRAFT APPOINTMENT OF ATTORNEY  M2936  Jun 1812

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
1. John Le Mesurier esq., Governor of Alderney.
2. Frederick de Lisle of Devonshire Square, City of London, esq.
1. appoints 2. as his attorney to execute firstly an assignment by 1. to the assignees of William Brock and Benjamin Le Mesurier (merchants), bankrupt, of his interest in a leasehold messuage and out buildings in Mare Street, Hackney, leased to Benjamin Le Mesurier, by Hananel Mendes da Costa, and secondly a quitclaim of £5000 owed to 1. by Benjamin Le Mesurier.

DRAFT APPOINTMENT OF TRUSTEE  M2937  28 Aug 1813

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
1. The Rev. John Thomas Howe Le Mesurier and Martha his wife.
2. James Ludlam.
1. release 2. from his trusteeship of their marriage settlement (M2935), and appoint Frederick De Lisle of Devonshire Square, City of London, esq., in his place.
(Fair copy endorsed onto the settlement).
N.B. See also M2945.

DRAFT MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT  M2938  25 Sep 1819

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
1. Tupper Carey of Guernsey, esq., Assistant Commissary General of H.M. Forces.
2. Anne Le Mesurier, spinster of Alderney (daughter of Peter senr.)
3. John Le Mesurier, esq., Governor of Alderney and a colonel in H.M. Army, brother of 2.
Peter Le Mesurier, esq., captain in the 68th Regiment of Foot, brother of 2.
Benjamin Le Mesurier esq., of Guernsey.
In consideration of an intended marriage between 1. and 2., 2. appoints that £4000 stock held by 3. on her behalf shall be held in trust for 1. for life, then for 2. for life, then for their children.

COPY LETTER  M2939  21 Sep 1819

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
John Lane's clerk to Governor Le Mesurier concerning the above settlement.

LETTERS  M2940  1822-1829

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Bundle of four letters; three from John M. Winter to John Lane [solicitor], Goldsmiths Hall, Asks for various deeds, and wishes to replace B[enjamin] Le Mesurier as trustee [of his marriage settlement] on account of the latter's bankruptcy. A fourth letter about J. M. Winter's marriage settlement from Messrs. Winter and Williams.

DRAFT WILL  M2941  May 1825

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Will of John Le Mesurier, late Governor of Alderney and Colonel in H.M. Army. His property in Guernsey and Jersey will be inherited according to the local laws, and he confirms his marriage settlement (M2916). The annuity paid him in lieu of the patent office of Governor of Alderney to his wife Martha for life (subject to payment of a debt to his brother Peter), then to his sons Peter Perchard Le Mesurier and John Le Mesurier. His share in a cottage in Dorset to his brother Frederick. The residue to his wife.
Executors: His wife, and brothers Peter and Frederick.

LETTERS  M2942-2944  1822 - 1836

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
John M. Winter to John Lane, solicitor, concerning the writer's marriage settlement.

DRAFT APPOINTMENT OF TRUSTEE  M2945  undated

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
1. The Rev. John Thomas Howe Le Mesurier and Martha his wife
2. The Rev. David Morton of Harleston, Northants, clerk
(1) Appoint (2) as a trustee of their marriage settlement (M2935) in place of Richard Dann (who replaced James Ludlam)

DRAFT QUITCLAIM  M2946  13 Aug 1840

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
1. The Rev. John Thomas Howe Le Mesurier of Malta, now residing at Standen, Hungerford, Berks. and Wilts., clerk
2. John Le Mesurier
The Rev. James Pattison
The Rev. David Morton
Martha, wife of (1), has died without issue, and (2) have transferred the funds of their marriage settlement (M2935) to (1). (1) releases (2) from any claims under the settlement

ABSTRACT OF TITLE  M2947  n.d

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Title of John Le Mesurier and John Mico Winter to a moiety each of the rent of £10 per annum for two messuages in Homerton (south side of Homerton Street) leased by Peter Perchard to George Ferry in 1792

REPORT to the Court of Chancery  M2948  24 Jul 1800

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Following a decree in Chancery, it is certified that John Dent and John Wormald are appointed trustees of the will of Francis John Tyssen, in place of Richard Benyon deceased; that the whole of the testator's personal estate was insufficient to pay his debts, legacies and funeral expenses, but these have all been met from the proceeds of the real estate; and that the monies received by the executors have been properly applied. [Property in Homerton was sold to Peter Perchard]

COPY DEED TO LEAD THE USES OF A FINE  M2949  20 Jun 1809

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
1. John Mico Winter of Shenley Hill, Herts, esq. and Rachel his wife (nee Perchard) John Le Mesurier, Governor of Alderney and Major in H.M. Army and Martha his wife (nee Perchard)
2. Benjamin Le Mesurier, of the City of London
Peter Perchard had purchased from the trustees of the will of Francis John Tyssen a close of meadow or pasture (6 acres) on the south side of Homerton Street, bounded on the south by a stream, later several messuages with outbuildings and gardens, and another messuage with garden on the south side of Homerton Street [see M294]. (1) covenant to levy a final concord to (2) of the above property, in trust for (1) (one moiety each)

DRAFT PRECIPE AND FINAL CONCORD  M2950  20 Jun 1809

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Command to the first parties in M2949 to make the final concord agreed to.

ACCOUNT  M2951  Feb - May 1820; 10 May 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
J. Lane, Esq. to Tebbutt & Son for legal expenses - investigating the title of the Tyssen family (See M2956 et seq.)
Enclosed: Receipt for payment to Tebbutt & Son of the above account by J. Lane

SALE PARTICULARS  M2952  28 Jan 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
An estate belonging to the late Peter Perchard, on the south side of Homerton Street (see M2949):
Lot 1. Two messuages in Homerton Street (Subject to a lease)
Lot 2. One messuage in Homerton Street
Lot 3. One messuage in Homerton Street
Lot 4. A plot of building land in Homerton Street
Lot 5. A plot of building land and a butchers shop in Homerton Street
Lot 6. A plot of building land with access by carriage road behind Lots 2 - 5
Lot 7. A messuage and grounds in Homerton Street, with stables, etc. at the rear of the garden
Lot 8. A similar property to Lot 7.
Lot 9. Meadow land suitable for building, with access by carriage road, behind Lots 7 and 8 and extending to the Hackney Brook
Plan Attached: Contracts by Joachim Otte, John Britten and Robert Viney to purchase Lots 1, 7 and 8 respectively, with notes of the other purchasers (Lots 2 and 5, John Britten, Lots 3, 4 and 6, John Williams. Lot 9 not sold) 28 Jan 1820

BURIAL CERTIFICATES  M2953  14 Mar 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Certificates by the Vicar of Hackney (John James Watson) of the register entries of burials of members of the Tyssen family, 1715-1751 (see M3004)

DRAFT AFFIDAVIT  M2954  1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
James Renat Syms declares that Peter Perchard had no other children besides Martha and Rachel.

COPY COUNSEL'S OPINION  M2955i  16 Mar 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Opinion of John J. Park on the title [in M2947]: it is necessary among other things to establish that Mrs Winter and Mrs. Le Mesurier are the only children of Peter Perchard and that Francis Tyssen, (died 1717) had no male heirs then surviving.

COPY COUNSEL'S FURTHER OPINION  M2955ii  7 Apr 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
John J. Park does not consider the title valid without actual testimony that there are no surviving male heirs in the Tyssen family.

COPY EXTRACT OF A FINAL CONCORD  M2956  Original Sep [...] 170 Extracted Mar 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Richard Cheney and Mary his wife acknowledge the right of Francis Tyssen to two messuages, two gardens, two orchards and 20 acres of pasture in Hackney

COPY LETTER  M2957  11 Apr 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
[John Lane to Messrs Tebbutt]
Asks if Mr. Tebbutt can produce the required evidence concerning the Tyssen family.

LETTER  M2958  31 Dec 1806

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Thomas Pearson, Hackney, to Hananel Mendes Da Costa
The writer is in possession of a piece of ground next to Benjamin Le Mesurier's garden. He will pay 1s per annum rent to H.M. Da Costa as trustee of Esther Brandon during the term of Le Mesurier's lease.

LETTER  M2959  30 Jan 1809

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Rachel Winter, Shenley Hill, to Thomas Lane, Goldsmiths Hall
Gives formal consent for her share of the Homerton estate to be made over to her husband.

LETTER  M2960  7 Feb 1809

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Martha Le Mesurier, Alderney, to Thomas Lane
Gives formal consent for her share of the Homerton estate to be made over to her husband.

LETTER  M2961  31 Jan 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Mr. Rosser, Red Lion Square, to Messrs. Lane & Son, Goldsmiths Hall
Asks for an abstract of title to Lot 8, bought by Robert Viney (see M2952).

LETTER  M2962  19 Feb 1820; 11 Oct 1788 (original)

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Tebbutt & Son to John Lane
The deeds in question may be inspected at the writer's offices.
Enclosed: Copy receipt for purchase money of property in Homerton bought from F.J. Tyssen's executors.

LETTER  M2963  22 Feb 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
John M. Winter, Shenley Hill, to John Lane, Goldsmiths Hall.
The writer supposes the Homerton purchases will be completed in time for Governor Le Mesurier's visit to sign the deeds. Asks if a writ should be served on the present occupier.

LETTER  M2964  23 Feb 1820

Contents:
Willis, Clark & Watson, Warnford Court, to Messrs. Lane & Son, Goldsmiths Hall.
Ask for an abstract of title to Lot 1, purchased by Mr. Otte (see M2952).

LETTER  M2965  25 Feb 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Richard Rosser, Red Lion Square, to John Lane, Goldsmiths Hall.
Encloses a copy of Mr. Parke's opinion on the title, and hopes the objections will soon be satisfied (M2955).

LETTER  M2966  29 Feb 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Tebbutt & Son, Grays Inn Square, to [John Lane]
Enclose a pedigree of the Tyssen family.

LETTER  M2967  17 Mar 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
R. Rosser, Red Lion Square, to John Lane, Goldsmiths Hall.
Encloses a copy of Mr. Park's further opinion (See M2955).

LETTER  M2968  19 Mar 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
John M. Winter, Shenley Hill, to John Lane, Goldsmiths Hall.
Asks if the business of the Homerton Estate and Garretts is nearly completed, and if possession of the Homerton estates will be taken when the leases expire.

LETTER  M2969  22 Mar 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Richard Rosser, Red Lion Square, to Mr Lane, Goldsmiths Hall.
The writer has not received a response to Mr. Park's requisitions. As completion will be delayed, his client (Mr. Viney) must be compensated, and if Mr. Park's objections cannot be met, the writer will advise Mr. Viney to rescind the contract.

LETTER  M2970  22 Mar 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
John M. Winter to John Lane
The writer has arranged for Mr. James Renet Syms to make an affidavit as to Peter Perchard's children (see M2954).

COPY LETTER  M2971  23 Mar 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
John Lane, Goldsmiths Hall, to Mr. Rosser, Red Lion Square
Points out that the title [to the Homerton property] has not been contested in the last 100 years. Governor Le Mesurier is not an Accountant to the Crown, so no lien could be created on his property.

LETTER  M2972  25 Mar 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Richard Rosser, Red Lion Square, to John Lane, Goldsmiths Hall
Mr. Park considers the present title inadequate. Mr. Lane is asked to comply with Mr. Park's requisitions and arrange compensation for the delay, unless he can make alternative arrangements (such as producing the abstract of title under which Mr. Perchard purchased).

LETTER  M2973  27 Mar 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Thomas West, Wapping, to John Lane, Goldsmiths Hall
The writer will meet Mr. Lane in the Long Assembly Hall in the Bank the next day, to discuss Mr. Williams' purchase. (See M2952).

LETTER  M2974  28 Mar 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Richard Rosser, Red Lion Square to John Lane, Goldsmiths Hall
Asks for further evidence concerning the Tyssen family. A good title must be made out soon, or the contract will be rescinded.

COPY LETTER  M2975  30 Mar 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
John Lane, Goldsmiths Hall, to Mr. Rosser
He feels that no further evidence is necessary, but will answer any specific points. The other purchasers have raised no such objections.

LETTER  M2976  4 Apr 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Willis, Clark & Watson, Warnford Court, to John Lane, Goldsmiths Hall
Ask for further replies to remarks by Mr. Venner on the title, on behalf of Mr. Britten, and for a copy of the abstract and certificates for Mr. Otte. Arrangements concerning deeds.

LETTER  M2977  10 Apr 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Messrs. Harman, Throgmorton Street, to Mr. Lane, Goldsmiths Hall
Financial arrangements.

LETTER  M2978  11 Apr 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
John Le Mesurier, 13 Norfolk Street, Strand, to [John Lane]
The writer is leaving for Somersetshire, but will call on Mr. Lane on his return to execute the conveyances of the Homerton property.

LETTER  M2979  15 Apr 1820; 17 Apr 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Richard Rosser, Red Lion Square, to John Lane, Goldsmiths Hall
Asks whether Mr. Lane can comply with Mr. Park's requisitions.
Endorsed: Copy reply by Mr. Lane. Mr. Tebbutt has not been able to furnish the definite proofs required. Mr. Beauvoir, the only surviving witness who could make the required affidavit, is over 90 and too infirm to be disturbed by business. The other purchasers are satisfied

LETTER  M2980  20 Apr 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Richard Rosser, Red Lion Square, to John Lane, Goldsmiths Hall
Mr. Viney is willing to complete the purchase, despite the defective title, if the vendors will give a deed of general covenants and a bond indemnifying him against evictions.

LETTER  M2981  20 Apr 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Thomas Tebbutt, Grays Inn Square, to John Lane, Goldsmiths Hall
The writer has transacted business for the Tyssen family for the past 30 years, and never heard of any male heirs other than those already named. He thinks the enquiries unnecessary.

LETTER  M2982  20 Apr 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
John M. Winter, Shenley Hill, to John Lane, Goldsmiths Hall
Asks Mr. Lane to arrange for the bonds of indemnity to be drawn up. Hopes this business and that of Garretts will soon be completed.

LETTER  M2983  21 Apr 1820

Contents:
Willis, Clarke & Watson, Warnford Court, to John Lane, Goldsmiths Hall
The writers return the abstract of title, with their requisitions, and send a draft conveyance (on behalf of Mr. Otte). Copies of the certificates supplied for Mr. Britten will also be needed for Mr. Otte.

LETTER  M2984  22 Apr 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Mr. Rosser to John Lane
Asks for the draft deeds to be returned as soon as possible

COPY LETTER  M2985  25 Apr 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
John Lane to Willis & Co.
He returns the abstract with his answers, except that he cannot give further information regarding the Tyssen family. Mr. Le Mesurier wishes to complete the business as he has to return to Alderney.

COPY LETTER  M2986  25 Apr 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
John Lane to Mr. Rosser
Returns the draft deed and bond, with his amendments. Gives a copy of [M2981]. He does not consider a separate deed of covenants necessary.

LETTER  M2987  26 Apr 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Richard Rosser, Red Lion Square, to John Lane, Goldsmiths Hall
The writer insists that the deed of covenants is necessary. He has still not had an opportunity of inspecting the relevant deeds. He thinks that Mr. Beauvoir should be asked for an affidavit if he still has his faculties.

LETTER  M2988  28 Apr 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Thomas West, Wapping, to John Lane, Goldsmiths Hall
Arrangements for a meeting.

LETTER  M2989  29 Apr 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Willis, Clarke and Watson, Warnford Court, to John Lane, Goldsmiths Hall.
The writers have consulted Mr. Venner on the title, and are sure Mr. Lane will be able to remove the objections. This applies to the purchases by both Mr. Britten and Mr. Otte (See M3006).

COPY LETTER  M2990  3 May 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
John Lane, Goldsmiths Hall, to J.M. Winter, Shenley Hill
Because Messrs. Willis' objections will take some days to answer, the meeting on Friday must be postponed. Mr. Viney is content with the bond, but his conveyance is delayed because Mr. Britten will have to convenant with him to produce deeds.

LETTER  M2991  [6] May 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Richard Rosser, Red Lion Square, to John Lane, Goldsmiths Hall
Asks for attested copies of the deeds which Mr. Britten will covenant to produce.

LETTER  M2992  9 May 1820

Former reference: B.R. 1157

Contents:
Willis, Clarke & Watson, Warneford Court, to John Lane, Goldsmiths Hall.
Reminder that duplicates of the certificates and of Mr. Tebbutt's affidavit (See M2995) will be required for Mr. Britten and for Mr. Otte.

ROUGH ACCOUNT  M2993  10 May 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Account of Messrs Witherbys for attested copies of deeds.

DRAFT LETTER  M2994  11 May 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
J.M. W[inter] Goldsmiths Hall, to [? Robert Barnard see M3019-M3020]. Requires the recipient to deliver to Mr. Viney (whose purchase has just been completed) possession of the premises which the recipient lately tenanted.

COPY AFFIDAVIT  M2995  13 May 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Thomas Tebbutt declares that as a solicitor he has transacted business for the Tyssen estate for more than 30 years ( and has been steward of the manor of Hackney for more than 20 years), and that Francis John Tyssen was an only child and a bachelor without legitimate issue.
(Further details of the pedigree.)

LETTER  M2996  15 May 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
John Le Mesurier, London, to John Lane, Goldsmiths Hall
Asks for his share of the purchase money to be paid to Messrs. De Lisle, [?] and De Lisle, Devonshire Square.

ROUGH ACCOUNTS (3 sheets)  M2997  15 May 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Accounts of the purchase money (and expenses) of the Homerton estate.

DRAFT CONVEYANCE (Release - lease missing)  M2998  15 May 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
1. John Le Mesurier of Alderney, Major in H.M. Army
2. John Mico Winter of Shenley Hill, Herts, esq.
3. John Lane of Goldsmiths Hall, City of London, gent.
4. John Britten of Basinghall Street, City of London, esq.
(1) Appoints and conveys to (2) and to (3) as trustee for (2) his moiety of two parcels of meadow and garden, being Lot 9 in M2952 and part of the property in M2949. 4 covenants to produce deeds.

LETTER  M2999  19 May 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
John M. Winter to John Lane, Goldsmiths Hall
The writer has discovered a mistake in their legal accounts: Mr. Williams had not paid his proportion of duty.

LETTER  M3000  22 May 1820; 24 May 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Samuel Fleet (one of J. Lane's staff), Goldsmiths Hall, to J.M. Winter, Shenley Hill, Herts.
Mr. John Runham, butcher, of Homerton, reports that part of the fencing between his property and that in M2998 has been stolen, and several of his beasts got through. Mrs. Meek the late tenant of Mr. Winter's land, was not at home. Mr. Runham wishes to rent this land.
Endorsed: Reply by B[?] Winter that his brother is staying in Somersetshire, and a copy of the letter has been sent to him.

LETTER  M3001  21 Jun 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Willis, Clarke & Watson, Warnford Court, to John Lane, Goldsmiths Hall.
Ask urgently for the certificates and affidavits.

ACCOUNTS  M3002  Feb-Jun 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
"Extract from Mr. Lane's cash book of charges - Winter & Le Mesurier".

COPY LETTER  M3003  [n.d.]

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
John Lane, Goldsmiths Hall, to Mr. Watson. Encloses the affidavit and certificates.

COUNSEL'S OPINION  M3004  22 Feb 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
John J. Park's opinion on behalf of Mr. Viney: it must be shown that all the immediate remainders after Francis John Tyssen have failed of effect or have determined.

COPY LETTER  M3005  31 Oct 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
John Lane to Messrs Collins & Waller, Spital Square
It is not necessary to make Benjamin Le Mesurier (see M2949) a party of the conveyance by Winter to Hale [of the property in M2998].

ABSTRACT OF TITLE  M3006  1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Title of John M. Winter and John Le Mesurier to their Homerton property (that in M2952) formerly a messuage with outbuildings, a cottage and two closes in Homerton Street and a piece of land behind them called The Warren. Documents recited include Francis Tyssen's will (1717)
Covers 1702-1820
Endorsed: Copy of Mr. Venner's opinion (see M2989). Proof is required that those members of the Tyssen family with interests in the estate died without issue, and other matters. 29 Mar 1820

COPY REQUISITIONS OF TITLE  M3007  28 Sep 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Questions concerning the above abstract, particularly regarding the Tyssen heirs, and the consent of Mrs. Le Mesurier and Mrs. Winter to the sale; with the answers of [John Lane].

CONTRACT  M3008  29 Aug 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
William Hale agrees to purchase parcels of ground from John M. Winter [Lot 9 of M2952].

LETTER  M3009  8 Sep 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Collins & Waller, Spital Square, to J. Lane, Goldsmith's Hall.
Ask urgently for the abstract of title; their client wishes to repair the dilapidated fences.

LETTER  M3010  18 Sep 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Collins & Waller, Spital Square, to John Lane, Goldsmiths Hall.
They return the abstract and ask for counsel's queries to be answered.

LETTER  M3011  23 Sep 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Collins & Waller, Spital Square, to Mr. Lane, Goldsmiths Hall.
Ask for the abstract and replies as soon as possible.

COUNSEL'S FURTHER OPINION  M3012  10 Oct 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Further opinion on the title, by E.G. Atherley (Concerning the points raised in M3007).

LETTER  M3013  14 Oct 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Collins & Waller, Spital Square, to Mr. Lane, Goldsmiths Hall.
Sends a copy of the above opinion.

LETTER  M3014  [n.d.]

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
John M. Winter, Shenley Hill, to John Lane, Goldsmiths Hall.
Asks how soon Mr. Hale's purchase will be completed.

LETTER  M3015  4 Nov 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Collins & Waller, Spital Square, to John Lane, Goldsmiths Hall.
They would prefer Benjamin Le Mesurier to be a party to the conveyance, and "the purchaser will take the chance of his executing the Deed when he returns to this Country".

LETTER  M3016  11 Nov 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Collins & Waller, Spital Square, to Mr. Lane, Goldsmiths Hall.
Enclose the lease and release for execution.

LETTER  M3017  13 Nov [1820]

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
John M. Winter, Shenley, to John Lane, Goldsmiths Hall.
He will be in town on Friday, and would like to execute the deeds then.

ACCOUNTS  M3018  1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
Richard Rosser's bill to Messrs. Le Mesurier and Winter for legal expenses of the sale to Mr. Viney (the bond and deed of covenants).

LETTER  M3019  5 Dec [1820]

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
John M. Winter, Shenley Hill, to John Lane, Goldsmiths Hall.
The writer does not wish to be involved in any further action to evict "the Butcher" from the Homerton property sold to Mr. Britten, since he gave the necessary notice at the time.

LETTER  M3020  21 May 1822

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
J.H. Watson to John Lane
"The Butcher and his precious lawyer" will be meeting the writer that morning, and Mr. Lane is asked to attend. It is hoped the Butcher has been alarmed into listening to terms.
Enclosed: Receipt voucher by Robert Barnard for £5 from Mr. Lane for giving up possession of the butchers' shop at Homerton.

LEASE for 98 years  M3021  9 Dec 1856

Former reference: B.R.A. 1372

Contents:
1. Charles William Hamilton Sotheby of Sewardstone, Essex, esq.
2. Thomas Hewes of Albert Road, Victoria Park, builder.
(1) Leases to (2) the piece of ground on the east side of Albert Road, Bethnal Green, with a messuage and buildings built by (2).
Plan

MORTGAGE  M3022  21 Feb 1857; 26 Dec 1870

Former reference: B.R.A. 1372

Contents:
1. Thomas Hewes of Albert Road, Victoria Park, builder.
2. The Rev. John Fentiman Lingham of Lambeth, Surrey, clerk.
(1) Mortgages to (2) No.1 Albert Road (the property in M3021).
Endorsed: Assignment of the above mortgage and M3023 to George Hensman of 25 College Hill, City of London, gent. (to whom belonged the money that was lent).

FURTHER MORTGAGE  M3023  23 May 1863

Former reference: B.R.A. 1372

Contents:
1. Hewes
2. Lingham
As M3022
Further mortgage on the property in M3022.
Endorsed: Discharge of the two mortgages by George Hensman. 21 Aug 1876

MORTGAGE  M3024  26 Aug 1876; 7 Oct 1887

Former reference: B.R.A. 1372

Contents:
1. Thomas Hewes of 4 Albert Road, Bourne Road, Victoria Park, builder.
2. John Parson of Abchurch House, Sherborne Lane, City of London, gent.
(1) Mortgages to (2) the property in M3021, now No.1 Albert Road and three cottages built by 1.
Endorsed: Discharge of the above mortgage by Henry Parson and Percy Holmes.

MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT (Assignment of Lease)  M3025  17 Aug 1874

Former reference: B.R.A. 1372

Contents:
1. Ellen Catherine Loyd of North Road, Clapham Park, Surrey, spinster.
2. James Alexander Vickridge of Chelmsford, Essex, upholsterer.
3. Ernest Edwin Loyd of North Road, Clapham, gent.
William Drane Vickridge of 1 Sutherland Square, Walworth, Surrey, gent.
In consideration of her intended marriage with (2), (1) assigns to 3 her lease of No.78 Downham Road, Kingsland, to hold in trust for (1) for life, then for her children (further provisions).

LEASE for 24 years  M3026  14 Mar 1804

Former reference: B.R.A. 1279

Contents:
1. Lydia Jones of Shacklewell, widow.
2. Peter Levesque of Steward Street, Spitalfields, weaver.
(1) Leases to (2) No.4 Godfrey Row, Shacklewell (south side of Shacklewell).

COPY WILL  M3027  16 Mar 1798

Former reference: B.R.A. 1366

Contents:
Will of William Stone, bachelor, of Cambridge Heath, corn dealer.
(Proved 26 Apr 1798)
Doctors Commons
Legacies to his executors William Fisher of Cambridge Heath, and Thomas Pearson of Mare Street, and to his brothers and sisters, and friends. The residue to his father William
Stone for life, then to his brother Thomas and his brother-in-law William Taverner and Mary his wife.

MORTGAGE (Assignment of leases)  M3028  26 Mar 1879

Former reference: B.R.A. 1114

Contents:
1. Arthur William Webb of the Oaks, Boreham Wood, Herts., esq.
2. Thomas Allen Hickley of 10, Kings Bench Walk, Temple, City of London, esq.
(1) Assigns to (2) his leases of Nos.9-17 (odd and even) Ferron Road, Clapton, unless principal and interest are repaid.

LEASE for 7 years  M3029  1889

Former reference: B.R.A. 1114

Contents:
1. Charles Deakin of The Nags Head P.H., Hackney Road, Mdx., licensed victualler.
2. Andrew Palmer of Grosvenor House, High Road, Leytonstone, Essex, dealer in horses.
(1) Leases to (2) a piece of ground, stabling and cartshed behind the Nags Head P.H., Hackney Road, Bethnal Green with rights of way reserved to (1).

MORTGAGE  M3030  17 Nov 1887

Former reference: B.R.A. 1524

Contents:
1. Agnes Josephine Aves of 2 Eliot Place, Blackheath, Kent, spinster.
2. Louis Chadwick of Milton Cottage, Milton, Gravesend, Kent, gent.
Alfred Lawrence Keens of 4 Gilbert Road, Kenington, Surrey, gent.
(1) Mortgages to (2) the portion which she will inherit after her parents' death, under their marriage settlement.

MORTGAGE  M3031  6 Oct 1888; 17 Feb 1894

Former reference: B.R.A. 1524

Contents:
1. Mary Seaton of 2 Eliot Place, Blackheath, Kent, wife of Robert Winslow Seaton.
2. Louis Chadwick of Gravesend, Kent, gent.
Alfred Lawrence Keens of Waterloo Bridge Road, Surrey, gent.
(1) Mortgages to (2) the portion under the marriage settlement of her parents (Edward Leopold and Emma Amelia Aves) which she will inherit after their death.
Attached: Receipt voucher for a further loan charged upon the same portion.

CERTIFICATE OF BAPTISM  M3032  26 Apr 1893

Former reference: B.R.A. 1524

Contents:
Baptism of Emma Amelia Leeman (later Aves) at S. Mary, Lambeth, 30 Jul 1823

LETTERS  M3033  15 - 19 Feb 1894

Former reference: B.R.A. 1524

Contents:
Robert Mills (London then Rome) to Messrs. Robins, Hay, Waters & Lucas.
Answers questions concerning the marriage settlement of Mr. & Mrs. Aves [of which he is a trustee].

DECLARATION  M3034  15 Mar 1894

Former reference: B.R.A. 1524

Contents:
Mary Seaton of Green Man Cottage, Putney Heath, Kent, wife of R.W. Seaton.
Aagnes Josephine Aves of S. Scholastica's Retreat, Kenninghall Road, Clapton, spinster.
Ada Beatrice Aves of S. Scholastica's Retreat, spinster.
Elizabeth Winifred Paget Jones, wife of Richard Douglas Paget Jones, of 9 Shalston Villas, Surbiton, Surrey.
The above declare that they have not mortgaged, charged, settled or encumbered their portions under their parents' marriage settlement, except as in M3030-M3031 and a similar mortgage by Ada B. Aves.

CONVEYANCE  M3035  17 Mar 1894

Former reference: B.R.A. 1524

Contents:
1. Agnes J. Aves
2. Ada B. Aves
3. Mary Seaton
4. E.W.P. Jones
As M3034
5. Louis Chadwick of Echo Lodge, Milton, Gravesend, Kent, gent.
Alfred Lawrence Keens of 53 Corrance Road, Brixton, Surrey, esq.
6. The Law Union and Crown Fire and Life Insurance Co.
(1-4) Convey to (6) their portions under the marriage settlements of their parents (which are recited, and refer to insurance policies). The sums lent on mortgage by (5) are to be repaid from the purchase money.

NOTICE (two copies)  M3036  17 Mar 1894

Former reference: B.R.A. 1524

Contents:
The solicitors of the L.U. & C.F. & L. Insurance Co. give notice to the trustees of the Aves marriage settlement of the conveyance in M3035. (One copy signed by each trustee).

AFFIDAVIT  M3037  21 Mar 1894

Former reference: B.R.A. 1524

Contents:
Mark Waters (solicitor to the above Insurance Company) declares that the Company is beneficially interested in the stock comprised in the marriage settlements.
Attached: Notice of the above to the Bank of England.

AFFIDAVIT  M3038  14 Mar 1900

Former reference: B.R.A. 1524

Contents:
As above, by S.G. Warner, secretary to the Company.

DECLARATION  M3039  5 Apr 1900

Former reference: B.R.A. 1524

Contents:
George Frederick Hatfield and Herbert Clayton White, executors of John Fowler Armson, of 135 Green Lanes, Stoke Newington, gent. (formerly of 48 Ockenden Road, Mdx.), declare that they hold various stocks, and have never made any advance to George Frederick Armson, son of George Armson.

DECLARATION  M3040  9 Apr 1900

Former reference: B.R.A. 1524

Contents:
George Frederick Hatfield declares that John F. Armson's son George Armson has a wife and two children (George Frederick and Marie Josephine). John F. Armson's widow Eliza (a relative of G.F. Hatfield) is dead.
Attached: Certificates - death of Eliza (1897), marriage of George and Cordelia (1874) and birth of George Frederick (1877).

INSURANCE POLICY  M3041  20 Apr 1900

Former reference: B.R.A. 1524

Contents:
George Frederick Armson is insured against his parents' having any more children (apart from the present two) reaching adulthood.

CERTIFICATES - Armson family  M3042  Apr 1900

Former reference: B.R.A. 1524

Contents:
Birth of George (1847). Birth of Cordelia (1852). Birth and death of Mabel Eliza (daughter of George and Cordelia, 1875-1877).

MORTGAGE  M3043  24 Apr 1900

Former reference: B.R.A. 1524

Contents:
1. George Frederick Armson of 199 Church Street, Stoke Newington.
2. Stephen Soames of 81 Cornhill, City of London, esq.
Charles Mortimer of Wigmore Capel, Surrey, esq.
James Thompson of Coleman Street, City of London, esq.
(1) Mortgages to (2) the policy in M3041 and the share which he will inherit (on the death of his parents) under the will of his grandfather.

DECLARATION  M3044  24 Apr 1900

Former reference: B.R.A. 1524

Contents:
George Frederick Armson declares his family circumstances (see M3040) and that he has not previously encumbered his interest in his grandfather's estate.

SALE PARTICULARS  M3045  3 Apr 1902

Former reference: B.R.A. 1524

Contents:
Various properties - reversions of estates including that of [George Frederick Armson] in the property of his grandfather.

STATEMENT  M3046  May 1902

Former reference: B.R.A. 1524

Contents:
Statement by the trustees of the will of John F. Armson to the Law Union X Crown Insurance Co. concerning George Frederick Armson's interest.
Attached: Related correspondence

LETTER  M3047  5 May 1902

Former reference: B.R.A. 1524

Contents:
Union Assurance Society to [?L.U. & C.I.Co.]
They know of no dealing affecting the insurance policy of G.F.Armson (M3041), except that in M3043.

ASSIGNMENT  M3048  29 May 1902

Former reference: B.R.A. 1524

Contents:
1. Stephen Soames of Bagshot, Surrey, esq.
Charles Mortimer of Wigmore Capel, Surrey, esq.
James Thompson of Coleman Street, City of London, esq.
2. The Law Union and Crown Insurance Co.
(1) assign absolutely to (2) the interest of George Frederick Armson in his grandfather's estate.

NOTICES  M3049-M3050  26 May 1902

Former reference: B.R.A. 1524

Contents:
Notice of the transaction in M3048 to each of the present trustees of John F. Armson's will, from the solicitors of the L.U. & C.I. Co. Each notice is signed by a trustee.

NOTICE  M3051  27 May 1902

Former reference: B.R.A. 1524

Contents:
Notice (as M3049) to the Union Assurance Society (see M3041).

AFFIDAVIT  M3052  9 Nov 1904

Former reference: B.R.A. 1524

Contents:
S.G. Warner, Secretary of the Law Union and Crown Insurance Co., declares that the Company is beneficially interested in the stock bequeathed by John F. Armson.
Attached: Notice of the above to the Bank of England, and two related papers.

LETTER  M3053  19 May 1914; 21 Jun 1914

Former reference: B.R.A. 1524

Contents:
Law Union & Rock Insurance Co. to Edward George Gough, Esq., 78 Fairholt Road, Stoke Newington.
Notice of their interest in the estate bequeathed to George Frederick Armson
Attached: Reply (acknowledgement)

AFFIDAVIT  M3054  7 Jan 1915

Former reference: B.R.A. 1524

Contents:
J. Stirling, sub-manager of the Law Union & Rock Insurance Co., declares that the Company is beneficially interested in the stock bequeathed by John F. Armson.
Attached: Notices of the above to the Bank of England, various railway companies, and Truman, Hanbury & Buxton, whose stock is concerned; and letters of receipt.

CONVEYANCE (Bargain and sale)  M3055  11 Aug 1716

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289


Related information: See also M3181-M3204

Contents:
1. John Godden Woolfe of Hackney, esq., nephew of Sir Joseph Woolfe. William Wynne of S. Bride's, City of London, gent.
Thomas Johnson of S. Clement Danes, Mdx, gent.
2. Jacob Sawbridge of the City of London, esq.
(1) convey to (2) a capital brick messuage with grounds and outbuildings, on the east side of Tower Street, Hackney, devised to J.G. Woolfe by Sir Joseph Woolfe.
Endorsed: Note of enrolment on Chancery Rolls (as well as Deeds Registry).

CONVEYANCE (Lease and release)  M3056-M3057  10 Aug 1716-11 Aug 1716

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289


Related information: See also M3181-M3204

Contents:
1. Woolfe
Wynne
Johnson
2. Sawbridge
As M3055
Additional conveyance of the property in M3055

CERTIFICATE OF RECEIPT  M3058  23 Apr 1723

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289


Related information: See also M3181-M3204

Contents:
The Trustees for raising money from the estates of the Directors etc. of the South Sea Company acknowledge receipt from James Lamb Esq. of £4005 for the following estate of Jacob Sawbridge, one of the Directors:
a) A large messuage with fittings, (including pictures), outbuildings and grounds; being the property in M3055, which is freehold, together with a former close, copyhold of the manor of Hackney, at the southern end.
b) Five brick tenements with gardens or yards, and one tenement including a butchers shop, all copyhold of the manor of Hackney.

CONVEYANCE (Bargain and sale)  M3059  31 Jul 1724

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289


Related information: See also M3181-M3204

Contents:
1. Trustees (as M3058).
2. James Lamb of Hackney, esq.
(1) convey to (2) the (freehold) property in M3055, subject to a lease [see M3060]. Also included in the transaction are four tenements and three cottages [sic] and two acres of land in Mare Street (the copyhold property in M3058), manor of Lordshold.
Endorsed: Note of enrolment in the Close Rolls.

DISCHARGE OF MORTGAGE  M3060  20 Mar 1724; 8 Apr 1740

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289


Related information: See also M3181-M3204

Contents:
1. Martin Wright of the Inner Temple, London, esq.
2. Trustees (as M3058)
3. James Lamb of Hackney, esq. John Bance of London, merchant.
Jacob Sawbridge had mortgaged to 1 (by a 99 year lease) the property in M3055. The debt is paid by the South Sea Company by direction of (2), and (1) assigns his lease to John Bance in trust for James Lamb.
Endorsed: a) Note that part of the mortgage debt was a marriage settlement on (1) and his wife Elizabeth.
b) John Bance assigns his interest in the property to Thomas Langford of Nottingham, who has bought the freehold from James Lamb junr.

FINAL CONCORD  M3061  Trinity 4 George II [1730]

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289


Related information: See also M3181-M3204

Contents:
2. Esther Blunden, widow John Miles
Querents
1. John Barker and Elizabeth his wife James Lamb
Deforciants
(1) levy a fine to (2) [trustees of the marriage settlement of James Lamb] of a messuage, four stables, four carriage-houses, three gardens, three orchards, five acres of land, five acres of meadow, five acres of pasture, and common of pasture, in Hackney.

CONVEYANCE (Lease and Release)  M3062-M3063  7 April 1740-8 Apr 1740

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289


Related information: See also M3181-M3204

Contents:
1. James Lamb of Fairford, Glos., esq., and Esther his wife
2. Stamp Brooksbank of Hackney, esq. John Hollister of London, citizen and merchant taylor.
Henry Jacomb of Lothbury, London, gent.
3. Thomas Langford of Nottingham, esq.
James Lamb is the son of the James Lamb in M3059-60; his mother Elizabeth has re-married, to John Barker. His wife was born Esther Barker. With the consent of (1), (2) as further trustees of their marriage settlement convey to (3) the freehold capital messuage with grounds and outbuildings on the east side of Tower Street, Hackney. They also covenant to surrender to his use the six copyhold tenements and two acres (Lordshold Manor); five of the tenements are in Mare Street, and one by a passage leading to Mare Street.
Only (2) and (3) are parties to the lease.

COPY MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT (Release)  M3064  10 Aug 1782

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289


Related information: See also M3181-M3204

Contents:
Copy: 23 Aug 1801
1. Jane Langford of Chesham, Bucks., spinster, devisee of Elizabeth Langford.
2. James Kingston of Chesham, surgeon.
3. Nicholas Skottowe of Berner Street, S. Marylebone, Mdx, esq.
John Kingston junr. of Rickmansworth, Herts., surgeon.
4. Coulson Skottowe of Chesham, esq. Thomas Kingston of Chesham, gent.
In consideration of an intended marriage between (1) and (2), (1) (who is the grand-aughter of Thomas Langford) conveys to (3):
A messuage, stable and gardens, facing London Fields [the property in M3066]
Three roods of land
Half an acre of ground in Lamb Lane, part of a garden occupied by John Meek
A new messuage with outbuildings and grounds, on the east of London Fields.
A new messuage with yard, on the east of London Fields, south of land adjoining the previous messuage.
Built on the site of the capital messuage in M3055, to the west of a "great garden" occupied by Thomas Meek
(1) also covenants to surrender to the use of (3) a copyhold piece of waste ground. (3) are to hold the properties (subject to annuities) in trust for (2) for life, then for (1) for life, then for (4) in trust for the children of (1) and (2) (further details).

LEASE for 21 years (from 1787)  M3065  16 Jan 1784

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289


Related information: See also M3181-M3204

Contents:
1. James Kingston of High Wycomb, Bucks., surgeon.
2. Thomas Sedgwick of Hackney, esq.
(1) leases to (2) a messuage with grounds and outbuildings at London Field [see M3067]

LEASE for 24 years  M3066  14 Jul 1784

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289


Related information: See also M3181-M3204

Contents:
1. James Kingston of High Wycomb, Bucks., surgeon.
2. Robert Watkinson of London Field, Hackney, gent.
(1) Leases to (2) a messuage with grounds and outbuildings in London Field, "except the bit of land in the Field without the Wall" [see M3067].

LEASE for 21 years  M3067  22 Jan 1795

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289


Related information: See also M3181-M3204

Contents:
1. James Kingston of Chipping Wycomb, Bucks., surgeon.
2. John Rainier of Hackney, gent.
(1) Leases to (2) a messuage and garden on the east side of the north end of London Field, between the properties in M3065 and M3066.

LEASE for 20 years  M3068  25 Mar 1796

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289


Related information: See also M3181-M3204

Contents:
1. Kingston
2. Rainier
As M3067
(1) Leases to (2) a close of garden ground in Hackney (occupied by 2).

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3069  18 Apr 1800

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289


Related information: See also M3181-M3204

Contents:
1. Robert Watkinson of Grand Court, Felstead, Essex, farmer, administrator of Robert Watkinson of London Field
2. Samuel Watkinson of Little Waltham, Essex, farmer, and Mary his wife
3. Joseph Williams of Pudding Lane, London, ship broker.
Robert Watkingson deceased bequeathed the lease in M3066, to his niece Mary (2); (1) was appointed administrator on the renunciation of the executors. At the request of (2), (1) assigns to (3) the lease in M3066.

LEASE for 14 years  M3070  26 Mar 1803

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289


Related information: See also M3181-M3204

Contents:
1. John Meek of Hackney, nurseryman
2. George Presbury of High Street, S. Giles, Mdx., brushmaker
(1) Leases to (2) two messuages with yards and outbuildings, and four pieces of garden ground behind them in Lambs Lane, Hackney. (Covenant to nourish and preserve the fruit trees on the lane.)
Endorsed: Assignment of the above lease by (2) to William Archer of Lambs Lane, gardener 29 Sep 1803

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3071  30 Mar 1807

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289


Related information: See also M3181-M3204

Contents:
1. William Archer of Lamb Lane, Hackney, gardener
2. James Kelvington of Mare Street, Hackney, gardener
(1) Assigns to (2) the lease in M3070

LEASE for 77 years  M3072  18 Mar 1843

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289

Contents:
1. Thomas Rhodes of Tottenham Wood, Mdx, esq.
William Rhodes of (Leyton), Essex, esq.
2. Richard Liscombe of Phillips Street, Kingsland Road, Shoreditch, builder
(1) Lease to (2) Nos, 1,2,3,4,5 and 6 Shrubland Grove West, Lamb Farm (south side) (Dalston).
Plan
Document damaged

MORTGAGE (Assignment of lease)  M3073  12 Aug 1843

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289

Contents:
1. Richard Liscombe of Phillips Street, Kingsland Road, builder
2. George Emmett of Hornsey Road, Mdx, gent.
(1) Assigns to (2) the lease in M3072, unless principal and interest are repaid.
Document slightly damaged.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3074  27 Jul 1844

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289

Contents:
1. Liscombe
2. Emmett
As M3073
3. William Temple of Blomfield Street, City of London, gent.
(1) And (2) assign to (3) absolutely the lease in M3072
Document damaged

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3075  15 Oct 1847

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289

Contents:
1. William Temple of Blomfield Street, City of London, gent.
2. John Leschallas of Princes Street, Spitalfields, Mdx., builder
(1) Assigns to (2) the lease in M3072

APPOINTMENT OF TRUSTEES  M3076  9 May 1866

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289

Contents:
1. William Green Gowing of 3 Alfred Place, West Thurloe Square, Brompton, Mdx, surgeon
2. Elizabeth Gudley, wife of Henry Gudley M.P. of 49 Wilton Crescent, Mdx.
3. Amelia Stangroom of 160, Prince of Wales Road, Finchley Road, Mdx., spinster
4. Henry Gillet Gudley (as 2.)
5. Charles Mayhew of 6 Chester Terrace, Regent's Park, Mdx., esq.
Alfred Robert Margary of Chastam Park, Surrey, Major in H.M. service.
As surviving trustee of the marriage settlement of (2) and (4), (1) (with the consent of (2), (3) and (4) appoints (5) to be trustees in his place. (The trust fund is in consols.)

CERTIFICATE OF REDEMPTION (Tithe)  M3077  13 Dec 1866

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289

Contents:
Certifies that the rent charge in lieu of tithe on houses and building ground (No. on tithe map 1507) has been redeemed by Thomas William Rhodes and his lessee James Spiers.
Endorsed Plan of drains of six houses in Shrubland Grove n.d.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASES  M3078  14 Mar 1879

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289

Contents:
1. James Nicholson of 214 Upper Thames Street, City of London, lead merchant
2. Henry Pige Leschallas of Page Green, Tottenham, Mdx., esq.
(1) As joint executor (with (2) of John Leschallas assigns to (2) a lease of No 83 (formerly 1) Forest Row, Dalston and the lease in M3072, the houses now being numbered 4 - 14 (even) Shrubland Grove.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3079  23 Jun 1904

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289

Contents:
1. John Henry Pige Leschallas of Highams Windlesham, Surrey, captain (retired) in H.M. Army
The Rev. George Lindley Carstairs of 16 Fitzroy Place, Glasgow, Minister of the United Free Church
James Robert Pike of 3 Mitre Court, Temple, City of London, solicitor
2. Henry Smith of 12 High Street, Stoke Newington, Furrier
(1) As executors of Henry Pige Leschallas assign to (2) the lease in M3072, Nos 4 - 14 (even) Shrubland Grove.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3080  3 Jan 1906

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289

Contents:
1. Henry Smith of 12 High Street, Stoke Newington
2. The City Lands Investment Corporation Ltd., 41 Finsbury Square, London
(1) Assigns to (2) the lease in M3072

LEASE for 49½ years  M3081  24 Mar 1832

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289

Contents:
1. William George Daniel Tyssen of Foley House, Maidstone, Kent, esq.
2. Richard Moffatt of Dalston Lane, Hackney, builder
(1) Leases to (2) a messuage in Tyssen Terrace, Dalston Lane (north side, near the bridge, south of a brickfield, west of a new road).

ASSIGNMENT OF MORTGAGE  M3082  20 Aug 1840

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289

Contents:
1. John Harris Langdon of Newport, Mon, esq.
2. Hannah Sevestre of Tyssen Terrace, Hackney, spinster.
(1) Assigns to (2) a mortgage of the property in M3080 made by Richard Moffatt

LEASE for 40¾ years  M3083  24 Dec 1850

Contents:
1. William George Tyssen Daniel Tyssen of Fouldon Hall, Norfolk, esq.
2. Hannah Sevestre of Tyssen Terrace, Dalston, spinster
(1) Leases to (2) a piece of land on the eastside of No. 15 Tyssen Terrace (the property in M3080), on which (2) has built stables etc., with right of way over a private road at the back.
Plan
Endorsed: Memorandum of an agreement that (1) is to extend the forecourt of the premises southwards, taking in part of the present road. 24 Dec 1850

RELEASE  M3084  11 Sep 1858

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289

Contents:
1. Allan Alexander Sevestre of Calcutta, East Indies, esq.
2. Robert Thomas Sevestre of Craven Street, Strand, Mdx., gent.
3. Julia Sevestre of Mornington Road, Regents Park, Mdx., spinster R.T. Sevestre (see 2.)
4. Ann Sevestre of 15 Tyssen Terrace, Hackney, widow.
Under the will of Mary Ann Sevestre deceased, her funded property was left left to her sister Hannah Sevestre for life, with an annuity to (4), her sister-in-law. After Hannah's death the property was to be divided among the testatrix's nephews and nieces: (1), (2) and Hennetta Charlotte Sevestre deceased, of whom (3) are administrators. The funds have now been divided up and (1 - 3) release (4) from any claims under the will.
Enclosed: Related papers (two).

LEASE for 24 years or the life of 1  M3085  13 Nov 1867

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289

Contents:
1. Thomas Sevestre of Northumberland House, Stoke Newington, esq. (of unsound mind, acting by H.H. Wetenhall)
2. William Godfrey Harvey of Church Street, Hackney, builder
(1) Leases to (2) No. 15 Tyssen Terrace, with grounds and outbuildings, in which 1. has a life interest.

LEASE for 98 years  M3086  31 Oct 1846

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
1. Edward Janson
Thomas Janson
Of Abchurch Lane, City of London, bankers, executors of Joseph Janson
2. Rev. Archdale Wilson Tayler, Rector of Stoke Newington
3. Rev. A.W. Tayler (as 2.)
4. Charles James, Bishop of London (patron of the rectory of Stoke Newington)
5. Patrick Johnson of West Green, Mdx., esq.
(1) Surrender their lease to (2), and (2) with the consent of (4) leases to (5) a messuage on the south side of Church Street, Stoke Newington, with outbuildings and extensive grounds. The buildings are ruinous, and (5) is to repair the house and rebuild the outbuildings (including a gardener's cottage.)
Plan

PLAN  M3087  1838

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
Plan (from sale particulars) of a copyhold estate at Homerton: houses and grounds on the north side of Homerton Street, west of Brooksby's Walk, and the Home Field behind them.
2¼ inches: 100 feet

ACCOUNTS  M3088  16 Apr 1844

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
Receipt and payment accounts (rents and rates and maintenance) concerning a house of Miss Esther Tyler at Homerton. Note of an agreement that she is to pay for making an abstract of title.

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT  M3089  22 Feb 1861; 6 Jun 1864

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
1. John Thistlewood of 13 Wilmot Road, Dalston Rise, gent.
2. Charles James Hersey of 45 Coleman Street, Finsbury, cabinet maker.
(1), Agrees to convey to (2) a copyhold messuage in Homerton High Street (formerly of Esther Tyler).
Attached: Acknowledgement by (2) that the agreement is void because of his financial inability to complete the purchase; and related papers.

COUNTERPART OF M3039  M3090  11 Nov 1861

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
Endorsed: Formal agreement that 1. will not proceed against 2, who forfeits his deposit.

ACCOUNTS  M3091  Nov 1861-Dec 1861

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
Accounts concerning the above transactions; after deduction of costs, the deposit was divided between John Thistlewood, Samuel Thistlewood, George Henry Thistlewood and Mrs Margaret Hawken.

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT  M3092  9 Jun 1864

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
1. John Thistlewood of 13 Wilmot Road, Dalston, gent.
2. James Burr of 17 Sabbages Terrace, Wick Road, South Hackney, gent.
(1) Agrees to convey to (2) the property in M3089 (copyhold)

LETTERS  M3093  May 1864-Aug 1864

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
Letters to John Thistlewood from Samuel Thistlewood, George Henry Thistlewood, and Margaret and John Hawken, consenting to the transaction proposed in M3092.

ACCOUNTS  M3094  1864

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
Rough accounts of legal expenses concerning the transaction proposed in M3092.

SCHEDULE OF DEEDS  M3095  20 Sep 1864

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
Receipt for deeds relating to the property in M3092 (1770-1864) handed to James Burr.

RECEIPT VOUCHERS (two)  M3096  21 Sep 1864

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
Receipt by Samuel and G.H. Thistlewood of £50 each, their share of the purchase money from the sale to James Burr.

TENANCY AGREEMENT  M3097  24 Feb 1860

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
1. Morris Desaxe of 19 Wood Street, Spitalfields, Mdx, umbrella manufacturer
2. John Thistlewood of 2 Woodbine Cottages, Stamford Road, De Beauvoir Square, gent.
(1) Lets to (2) No. 13 Wilmot Terrace, Dalston.
(2) Has the option of buying 1's lease of the property.

SCHEDULES  M3098-M3099  23 Jan 1860

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
Schedules of fixtures and of furniture at No. 13 Wilmot Terrace, referred to in M3097.

LIST OF REPAIRS  M3100  24 Jul 1862

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
Repairs and works to be done at No. 13 Wilmot Terrace, which Morris Desaxe agrees to pay for in consideration of John Thistlewood agreeing to stay for three more years.
Enclosed: Two related papers.

RECEIPTED ACCOUNTS  M3101  15 Feb 1862

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
Accounts of John Thistlewood (trustee of the will of George Henry Sigel) with Jane Sigel and Rosina Jane Thistlewood, committees (trustees) of Emma Sophia Sigel, of unsound mind. The property concerned is ground at Ashford, Mdx., and consols.
Attached: Receipt by G.H. Thistlewood for payments by John Thistlewood as trustee to George Henry Sigel's daughters Rosina Jane Thistlewood and Maria Adelaide Sigel.

COPY NOTICE  M3102  22 Sep 1865

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
Notice by John Thistlewood to Morris Desaxe that he intends to quit No. 13 Wilmot Road by 25 Mar 1866.

TENANCY AGREEMENT  M3103  19 Jan 1866

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
1. Morris Desaxe of 13 Addle Street, Wood Street, umbrella manufacturer.
2. John Thistlewood of 89 Greenwood Road, Dalston, gent.
Agreement to extend by six months (until September) 2's tenancy of 89 Greenwood Road, formerly 13 Wilmot Road.

RECEIPTED ACCOUNT  M3104  11 Aug 1866

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
Account of J. Thistlewood with Hepburn & Co, law and general stationers, for legal expenses and stationery.

TENANCY AGREEMENT  M3105  13 Aug 1866

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
1. Desaxe
2. Thistlewood
As M3103
(1) Lets to (2) No. 89 Greenwood Road (for two years.)
Schedule of fixtures

RECEIPTED ACCOUNT  M3106  24 Aug 1866

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
As M3104 for legal expenses concerning a transaction (Thistlewood to Smith), and for stationery.

LETTERS  M3107  17 Sep 1866-29 Sep 1866

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
(a) Authorisation to John Thistlewood from Rosina J Thistlewood and Jane Sigel (on behalf of Emma S. Sigel), Rosina J. Thistlewood and Maria A. Sigel, for John to give up to George Sigel the deed of the property at Ashford (see M3101).
(b) Letter from George to John Thistlewood, enclosing the above and acknowledging receipt of the deed.

LETTER  M3108  17 Jan 1867; 13 Apr 1867

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
M. Desaxe to J. Thistlewood.
The writer asks that his rent should in future be paid to his agent, Mr Isaac Davis of Oxford Street, Bloomsbury.
Attached: Receipt from Davis of a quarter's rent of 89 Greenwood Road.

CERTIFICATE  M3109  23 Jun 1868

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
The Law Finance Insurance Society certify that John Thistlewood has effected an insurance. A note endorsed says that the policy refers to 81 Greenwood Road, and is in the names of William Wilmot, Sir W.F.F. Middleton's executors, and John and Martha Thistlewood.

LETTER  M3110  ? 24 Jun 1868

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
John King to John Thistlewood, 89 Greenwood Road.
The writer wishes to give up possession of No. 81 Greenwood Road, which John Thistlewood has bought from W. Wilmot.
Endorsed: Undertaking by John King to pay the rates then due.

NOTICE OF REDEMPTION OF TITHE  M3111  c. Nov 1868

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
Notice of proposed redemption of the rent charge in lieu of tithe on No. 81 Greenwood Road, owned and occupied by John Thistlewood.
Attached: Receipt for John Thistlewood's share of the expenses of the redemption.

TENANCY AGREEMENT  M3112  2 May 1881

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
1. Edward Withers of 183 Evering Road, Stoke Newington, builder.
2. Albert Banister of 5 Bodney Road, Hackney.
(1) Lets to (2) No. 175 Evering Road, Stoke Newington (sic) for three years.

CONFIRMATION OF LEASE  M3113  26 Jan 1835

Former reference: B.R.A. 1606

Contents:
1. William Woodyer of Grosvenor Place, Camberwell, Surrey, esq.
John Woodyer of Grosvenor Place, Camberwell, esq.
2. John Phillips of Old Street (near S. Luke's Church), Finsbury, carpenter Thomas Athow of 22 Dalston Terrace (near the Tyssen Arms), gent.
(2) Are the sons-in-law of Jacob Welch deceased, who held a lease from Richard Woodyer of a piece of ground and Nos. 29,30,31,32 and 33 Turnham Place (Curtain Road, west side), Nos 3,4,5,6,7 and 8 Charlotte Street (east side), and Nos. 1 - 12 (odd and even), Welch's Buildings (behind Turnham Place). The property has not been kept in repair, and (1) have begun an action of ejectment against (2), but they have agreed to discontinue the action, and confirm the lease. (2) covenant to put the buildings in repair within three months.

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT  M3114  27 Jan 1835

Former reference: B.R.A. 1606

Contents:
1. Athow
2. Phillips
As M3113
(1) Agrees to assign to (2) his share of the leasehold properties (being the Charlotte Street and Welch's Buildings properties) in trust to pay for the repairs and rents, and pay any surplus proceeds to (2)

ABSTRACT OF TITLE  M3115  1875

Former reference: B.R.A. 1034

Contents:
Title of William Amhurst Tyssen Amhurst to property in Dalston Lane, Navarino Road, Cold Bath Lane, Church Street, Manor Place and Manor Road (later Spurstow Road). Recites documents 1834 - 1873
Plans (two - 1834 and 1856)

ABSTRACT OF TITLE  M3116  1875

Former reference: B.R.A. 1034

Contents:
Leasehold title of W.A.T. Amhurst to messuages on the north side of Manor Road.
Recites documents 1828 - 1874.
Plans (two - 1828 and 1836)

ABSTRACT OF TITLE  M3117  1875

Former reference: B.R.A. 1034

Contents:
Title of W.A.T. Amhurst to land on the south side of Dalston Lane (traversed by the North London Railway). Recites documents 1857 - 1873.

CONVEYANCE  M3118  25 Mar 1875

Former reference: B.R.A. 1034

Contents:
1. Charles Amherst Daniel Tyssen of Northwold, Norfolk, esq.
Francis Samuel Daniel Tyssen of Sandgate, Kent, esq.
2. William Amhurst Tyssen Amhurst of Didlington Hall, Norfolk, esq.
William Francis Webb
Arthur William Webb
Montague William Webb
Of Stoke Newington, gentlemen
(1) As trustees, with the consent of (2), convey to (3) Nos. 54,55,56,58 and 60 Spurstowe Road (subject to leases) and two pieces of ground, all on the east side of Spurstowe Road, a piece of ground on the west side of Spurstowe Road, and an adjoining strip of ground leased to the North London Railway.
Plan

MORTGAGE  M3119  20 Apr 1875

Former reference: B.R.A. 1034

Contents:
1. William Francis Webb of Court Villa, Broxbourne, Herts., gent
Arthur William Webb of The Oaks, Boreham Wood, Herts.
Montague William Webb of 6 Park Lane, Stoke Newington, gent.
2. The Rev. Richmond Powell of South Stoke Rectory, Arundel, Sussex Augustus Ffolliott Powell, clerk in the Legacy Duty Dept., Somerset House.
(1) Mortgage to (2) the property in M3118.

DECLARATION  M3120  20 Apr 1875

Former reference: B.R.A. 1034

Contents:
Chester Cheston, of Cheston & Sons, 1 Great Winchester Street Buildings, City of London, declares that the property in M3118 was part of the Tyssen Amhurst estate, and gives details of the leases on the houses in Spurstowe Road.

RELEASE  M3121  1 Jul 1876; 30 May 1876

Former reference: B.R.A. 1034

Contents:
1. Charles Henry Thompson of Clapton, esq.
2. W.A.T. Amhurst of Didlington Hall, Norfolk, esq.
(1) Releases (2) from building restrictions concerning a piece of land on the south side of Dalston Risc (Dalston Lane) behind a messuage of which (1) holds a lease.
Endorsed: Acknowledgement that this agreement operates to the benefit of the Webbs (the present owners).

FURTHER MORTGAGE  M3122  20 Mar 1876

Former reference: B.R.A. 1034

Contents:
1. W.F. Webb
A.W. Webb
M.W. Webb
As M3119
2. Lucy Laetitia Powell of Guildford, Surrey
(1) Charge the property in M3118, except the five houses and one piece of ground with repayment of a further sum.

RELEASE  M3123  1 Jul 1876

Former reference: B.R.A. 1034

Contents:
1. Mary Dye of S. John's Villa, Dalston Rise, widow.
2. W.A.T. Amhurst (as M3121)
(1) Releases (2) from building restrictions (as M3121) on land behind her leasehold house (S. John's Villa).

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT  M3124  16 Apr 1877

Former reference: B.R.A. 1034

Contents:
1. W.F. Webb
A.W. Webb
As M3119
M.W. Webb of Crouch End, Mdx, esq.
2. Rev. William Robert Brownlow
(1) agree to sell to (2) the property in M3118, subject to leases. The property now consists of 23 houses in Spurstowe Road, nine in Manor Place, and 21 in Cottrill Road.
Plan

DECLARATION  M3125  18 May 1877

Former reference: B.R.A. 1034

Contents:
Chester Cheston (see M3120) declares that the property in M3124 are part of the Tyssen Amhurst estate.

LETTER  M3126  25 May 1877

Former reference: B.R.A. 1034

Contents:
The Solicitors of the Great Eastern Railway to Messrs Clowes, (?) and Steward, 10 Kings Bench Walk, Temple.
A lease of 1832 affecting the Spurstowe Road property has become merged in the reversion in fee.

SURRENDER OF MORTGAGES  M3127  25 Jun 1877

Former reference: B.R.A. 1034

Contents:
1. Rev. R. Powell
A.Ff. Powell
As M3119
2. L.L. Powell
As M3122
3. W.F. Webb
A.W. Webb
M.W. Webb
As M3124
(1) and (2) surrender to (3) the mortgages in M3122 and M3124.

CONVEYANCE  M3128  7 Aug 1877

Former reference: B.R.A. 1034

Contents:
1. W.F. Webb
A.W. Webb
M.W. Webb
As M3124
2. Rev. William Robert Brownlow of S. Mary Church, Devon
3. Rev. W.R. Brownlow (as 2) Arthur Holland Robinson of 18 Pall Mall, Mdx, esq.
Harry Polhill Chambers of Northwick, Chester, esq.
(1) convey to (3) the property in M3118 (including the strip leased to the railway) subject to leases: Nos. 1 - 13 Spurstowe Terrace, 1 - 5 Spurstowe Place, 1 - 22 Cottrill Road and 17 - 25 Manor Place (all odd and even).
Plan

RECEIPTED SCHEDULE OF DEEDS  M3129  31 Oct 1877

Former reference: B.R.A. 1034

Contents:
Deeds relating to the property conveyed in M3128 - M3118 - M3127 and subsidiary leases - received by solicitors for the purchasers.

CONVEYANCE  M3130  18 Jan 1893

Former reference: B.R.A. 1034

Contents:
1. Rev. Canon William Robert Brownlow of the Bishop's House, Plymouth, Devon Arthur Holland Robinson of 39 S. Mary at Hill, City of London, esq.
Harry Polhill Chambers of Grove House, Warlingham, Surrey, esq.
2. Brownlow
Chambers
As 1.
Arthur Smyth Flower of Shrubs Hill House, Sunningdale, Berks, esq.
(1) convey to (2) the property in M3128, subject to leases.

CONVEYANCE  M3131  27 May 1902

Former reference: B.R.A. 1034

Contents:
1. H.P. Chambers (as M3130)
Arthur Smyth Flower of Marden House, Aldeburgh, Suffolk, esq.
2. Rosalind de Camera Hichens of Flore, Weedon, Northants, widow
(2) is entitled to a share in the property in M3128 (R.W. Brownlow, R.C. Bishop of Clifton, Bristol having died). 1. convey to 2. Nos. 1 and 3 [formerly 12 and 13] Spurstowe Terrace, No. 17 Cottrill Road and Nos. 20 - 25 (odd and even) Manor Place, subject to leases.
Plan

CONVEYANCE  M3132  7 Oct., 1902

Former reference: B.R.A. 1034

Contents:
1. H.P. Chambers
A.S. Flewer
As M3131
2. Robert George Chambers of Clough House, Rotherham, Yorks, esq.
(1) convey to (2) Nos. 17,18 and 19 Manor Place, and Nos. 13,15,12,14,16,18,20 and 22 Cottrill Road, subject to leases.
Plan

SETTLEMENT  M3133  24 Mar., 1860

Former reference: B.R.A. 1425

Contents:
1. Frederick Cowper of 82 Harley Street, Cavendish Square, Mdx, esq. Rev. Andrew John Nash of Montague Square, Mdx.
Frederick Septimus Leighton of The Circus, Bath, Somerset, M.D.
2. A.J. Nash (as 1.) and Elizabeth, his wife.
3. William Nash of Cornhill, City of London, merchant.
Henry Nash of Bury Street, Edmonton, Mdx.
Charles Alliston of Shipton House, Kidlington, Oxon, esq.
(1) as trustees under the will of Andrew John Nash, deceased (and that of George Alexander Nash) convey to (3) in trust for Elizabeth Nash (2) - daughter of Andrew John Nash, deceased, a piece of pasture or meadow in Edmonton, called Sahas Marsh: No. 63 Great Prescott Street, Goodmans Fields, Mdx., and No. 63 The Tenter Ground, Goodmans Fields.
(1) also convenant to surrender to the use of (3) as trustees the following copyhold property in the manor of Hackney: No. 5 The Grove. Hackney, and a messuage and premises lately used as a stonemason's yard, next to the White Horse P.H., The Grove, Hackney. Further details of the trusts set-up under the two wills.
Plan (Edmonton)
Endorsed: Note of the sale - of part of the property.

DEED OF ENFRANCHISEMENT  M3134  31 Dec., 1867

Former reference: B.R.A. 1425

Contents:
1. Charles Amhurst Daniel Tyssen of Northwold, Norfolk, esq.
Francis Samuel Daniel Tyssen of Sandgate, Kent
2. William Amhurst Tyssen Amhurst of Didlington Hall, Norfolk, esq
3. Frederick Cowper of Harley Street, Mdx. and Carlton Hall, Cumberland.
At the request of (2), (1) enfranchise from the manor of Kingshold No. 5 Hackney Grove (west side) and a piece of ground with a messuage and buildings beside a public house in or near The Grove, held by (3) as surviving trustee (see M3133)
Plan

SETTLEMENT  M3135  8 April 1868

Former reference: B.R.A. 1425

Contents:
1. Cowper
A.J. Nash
Leighton
2. A.J. and Elizabeth Nash
3. W. Nash
H. Nash
As M3133
Charles Alliston of Mancetter Lodge, Atherstone, Warwicks, esq.
1. convey to 3. in trust [for Elizabeth Nash and her children] the property in M3134.
Plan

DEED OF PARTITION  M3136  12 Dec., 1876

Former reference: B.R.A. 1425

Contents:
1. Charles Cleverly Paine of Cedar House, Stamford Hill, Mdx, builder.
2. Elizabeth Newell Jordain of Cedar House, widow
3. C.C. Paine (as 1.) and Anne, his wife.
4. Robert Gay of Rose Villa, Hamstead Road, Handsworth, Birmingham, gent and Mary, his wife.
5. John Jordain of 16 Colvestone Crescent, Hackney, gent.
1. was in partnership (as builders in Hackney) with George Bignell Jordain deceased, who left a mother (2), two sisters (3 and 4) and a half-brother (5). With the consent of all parties, the properties of the partnership are divided. 1. is to have the goodwill of the business, and the leasehold properties, subject to mortgages, are divided as follows:
E.N. JORDAIN
C.C. PAINE
Alvington Crescent, Dalston
No.26
Nos. 37-43(odd)
Alvington Street, Dalston
Nos. 1,5-15,23,27(odd)
Nos. 2-8,14,16(even)
Nos. 17,21
Nos. 10,12,18,22,24
Amhurst Road, Hackney
Nos. 93,121-129(odd)
No. 119
Birkbeck Road, Dalston
A warehouse, preparing house, dwelling rooms and stables, west side.
Brighton Road, South Hornsey
Nos. 17,19,25-33, 47-55, 65-71,99(odd)
Nos. 58,60,68-88(even)
Nos. 15,57,59,77,79
Nos. 2-22, 36,62,64,100(even)
E.N. JORDAIN
C.C. PAINE
Colvestone Road, Dalston
Nos. 41,43
Nos. 70-74, 84,88(even - S. Mark's Square)
Nos. 47,49,51
Nos. 76-82,86(even - S. Mark's Square)
Dalston Rise
Nos. 143-165(odd)
Ridley Road, Dalston
A triangle of land on the north side of the entrance. (See also the freehold properties below)
S. Mark's Square, Dalston
(See also Sandringham and Colvestone Reads)
Nos. 6,7,9 and 10(west side)
Nos, 11,13 and 14(west side)
S. Mark's Terrace, Dalston
Nos. 1 and 6
Nos. 2,3 and 4
S. Mark's Villas, Dalston
No. 15 and a factory;
Nos. 24,25 and 27
North London Colonial
Stores (behind the Villas)
No. 13
Sandringham Road, Dalston
Nos. 25,35,45,47(odd)
Nos. 73-79, 83(odd - S. Mark's Square)
Nos. 14,20,48,58
A strip of land behind
Nos. 166-174 (to add to the gardens of 1-9 Sigdon Road)
Nos. 11,51,55 and 57
No. 65 (S. Mark's Square)
Nos. 46,60
Shacklewell Lane
Nos. 30,36(shop) and 38.
Nos. 2-40(even - some shops) and land, near Alvington Street.
Sigdon Road, Hackney
Nos. 1-9(and land behind - see Sandringham Road), 11-21, 25-35, 53-55(odd)
Nos. 4(with warehouse behind) 6,8,14-18(even)
Nos. 37-47, 51(odd)
Nos. 2,10,12,20-30(even)
Stoke Newington Road
No. 12 (in Hackney)
Nos. 111,113,115A
And 115B (in Hornsey)
Nos. 2,6,12 and 18(shops), in Hackney
Nos. 115C and 115D (in Hornsey)
The following freehold property is to be part of (2)'s share: five pieces of land with workshops, a smith's shop, stables and coach houses, behind the premises on the east side of Kingsland High Street, each with right of way to Ridley Road; ground and workshops behind Colvestone Crescent (north side) and behind Sandringham Road (south side); a messuage, workshops and buildings on the east of a private road from Ridley to Sandringham Roads [Site of Birkbeck Road and Birkbeck Mews].
Bound volume; indexed

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASES  M3137  12 Dec., 1876

Former reference: B.R.A. 1425

Contents:
1. Elizabeth Nowell Jordain of Cedar House, Stamford Hill, widow and administratrix of George Bignall Jordain
2. Robert Gay of Rose Willa, Hamstead Road, Handsworth, Birmingham, and Mary his wife
3. John Jordaine of 16 Colvestone Crescent, Hackney, gent
4. Charles Cleverly Paine of Cedar House, builder, and Ann his wife
5. E.N. Jordain (as 1.)
J. Jordain (as 3.)
The personal estate of G.B. Jordain assigned to (1) (see M3136) is to be divided amongst (1-4). They assign to (5) in trust for (4) under (4)'s marriage settlement the following properties (all leasehold, subject to mortgages):
Alvington Street Nos. 5,23,27,6,14 and 16
Brighton Road Nos 27-33(odd), 76-82(even)
Colvestone Crescent No. 41
Colvestone Crescent (S. Mark's Square) No. 88
S. Mark's Villas Nos. 24,25 and 27
Sandringham Road Nos. 47,14,20
Sandringham Road (S. Mark's Square) Nos 79 and 83 with a right of way at the rear.
Sigdon Road Nos. 11,53-57(odd), 4 (with warehouse), 6,8,14,16,18
Stoke Newington Road No. 12

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASES  M3138  25 Mar., 1881

Former reference: B.R.A. 1425

Contents:
1. Thomas Lee of 7, Holmdale Road, Stamford Hill, builder
2. E.N. Jordain
J. Jordain
As M3137
(1) A bankrupt, assigns to (2) his leases of the following properties, subject to mortgages:
Nos. 1-11(odd) Vartry Road,
Nos. 9-19(odd) Daleview Road
Nos. 3,4,5,6,7,8 and 9 Holmdale Road

CONVEYANCE and ASSIGNMENT  M3139  14 May, 1898

Former reference: B.R.A. 1425

Contents:
1. Rev. John Banks Meek Butler of Maresfield Rectory, Sussex
2. Elizabeth Lecesne Kingstone Bradshaw of 10 Stanhope Street, Hyde Park, Mdx, widow
3. Emily Butler of 32 Cranley Gardens, South Kensington, Mdx, spinster
4. Frances Churchill, wife of Frederick, of 4 Cranley Gardens
5. Louisa Andrewes, wife of John Floyd, vicar of Roxeth, Harrow on the Hill, Mdx.
6. Arthur Bradshaw of New Crofts, Hillingdon, Mdx, esq.
John Baber of 12 Thurloe Place, South Kensington, Mdx, M.D.
7. J.B.M. Butler (as 1.)
8. Charles Cleverley Paine of Cedar House, Stamford Hill, Mdx, esq.
(1) As trustee and (2-7) as heirs of Charles Salisbury Butler deceased convey to (8) the capital messuage called The Cazenoves on the east side of Upper Clapton Road, with extensive grounds [site of Moresby Road], and assign to him to leases of grounds behind the main property.
Plan

EXCHANGE  M3140  9 Apr. 1903

Former reference: B.R.A. 1425

Contents:
1. John Mitford of Old Town, Woodburn, Northumberland, esq
2. William Amhurst, Baron Amherst of Hackney
3. Basil Field
Ebenezer John Bristow
Robert Taunton Raikes
Charles Gipps Hamilton
Esquires, of 126 Chancery Lane, City of London.
Hon. Alfred Lyttleton of 126 Chancery Lane.
4. Charles Cleverly Paine of Hillfield, Hampstead, London, esq.
At the request of (2) and with the consent of (3) as mortgagees, (1) conveys to (4), two pieces of land on the north side of the projected Moresby Road and two on the south side, with right of way over Moresby Road, in exchange for £375 and another piece of land on the north side (part of the freehold property in M3139) with right of way. Conditions concerning the development of the property.
Plan

LEASE for 99 years  M3141  22 Jul. 1903

Former reference: B.R.A. 1425

Contents:
1. C.C. Paine (as M3140)
2. Walter Myring of "Blenheim",
Lynmouth Road, Fortis Geen, Hornsey, Mdx.
Ernest Albert Myring of 12 Woodwarde Road, East Dulwich, Mdx.
Builders and copartners
(1) Leases to (2) "Windsor House," Eastern Road, Hornsey, Mdx., which 2. have built.
Plan

COPY MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT  M3142  6 Jun 1905

Former reference: B.R.A. 1425

Contents:
1. Charles Cleverley Paine of "Hillfield," Havestock Hill, Hampstead, Mdx, esq.
2. Annie Elizabeth Paine, daughter of 1.
3. William Herbert Hobday of Kyverdale Road, Stoke Newington, architect.
4. George Henry Paine of 62 Moorgate Street, City of London, architect and surveyor
Frank Ernest Paine of "Hillfield" (as 1.), estate agent
Stephen Reginald Hobday of Tenterden Little Park Gardens, Enfield, Mdx, barrister.
In consideration of an intended marriage between (2) and (3), (1) conveys to (4) the freehold of Windsor House, Dublin House, Gayhurst and Tyringham, all in Eastern Road, Hornsey, and Nos. 23,21 and 19 Lynmouth Road, Hornsey.
(Trusts declared in M3143)

MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT  M3143  6 Jun 1905

Former reference: B.R.A. 1425

Contents:
Parties as M3142
(4) Are to hold or sell the properties in M3142 in trust for (2) for life, then for (3) for life, then for their children, (3) assigns to (4) an insurance policy on his life, upon similar trusts.

MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT  M3144  6 Jun 1905

Former reference: B.R.A. 1425

Contents:
1. W.H. Hobday
2. A.E. Paine
3. G.H. Paine
F.E. Paine
S.R. Hobday
As M3142
(1) Assigns to (3) furniture plate and household goods at 23 East Bank, Stamford Hill in trust for 2, for life, then for the Survivor absolutely.

COPY CONVEYANCE  M3145  [n.d.]

Former reference: B.R.A. 1425

Contents:
1. George Henry Paine of 62 Moorgate Street, City of London
Frank Ernest Paine of 6 Stoke Newington Road, Kingsland, estate agent
Stephen Reginald Hobday of Tenterden Little Park Gardens, Enfield, barrister
2. William Herbert Hobday and Annie Elizabeth his wife, of 196 Upper Clapton Road.
3. Edgar Dunstan Wright of 184 Portsdown Road, Maida Vale, London, bank cashier
By direction of (2), (1) convey to (3) No. 21 Lynmouth Road, Hornsey.

DEATH CERTIFICATE  M3146  1922-1957

Former reference: B.R.A. 1425

Contents:
Death of George Henry Paine, architect and surveyor, at 26 Southwood Lawn Road, Hornsey on 24 Sept 1922.
Original 25 Sep 1922
Copy 26 Sep 1957

COPY LICENCE  M3147  12 Oct 1951

Former reference: B.R.A. 1425

Contents:
Mrs A.E. Hobday licenses Horace Gerald Reynolds to erect a garage at No. 30 Eastern Road, Hornsey.
Endorsed: Plan of garage

APPOINTMENT OF TRUSTEE  M3148  19 Jul 1956

Former reference: B.R.A. 1425

Contents:
1. William Herbert Hobday of Underhill Rise, East Knoyle, Wilts., architect
2. Frank Ernest Paine of 3 Storment Road, Highgate, Mdx, estate manager
3. Edith Annie Margaret Hobday of Corner House, Tadworth, Surrey, spinster.
(1) Appoints (3) as a trustee under the settlement in M3143, in place of S.R. Hobday deceased. (Annie Elizabeth Paine died in 1952)

CONVEYANCE  M3149  26 Nov 1957

Former reference: B.R.A. 1425

Contents:
1. Frank Ernest Paine of 6 Stoke Newington Road, Stoke Newington, estate agent
Edith A.M. Hobday of 10 Portway Crescent, Ewell, Surrey
2. Horace Gerald Reynolds of 30 Eastern Road, East Finchley, Mdx, hairdresser
(1) Convey to (2) the freehold of No. 30 Eastern Road (formerly Windsor House)

LEASE for 99 years  M3150  26 Nov 1957

Former reference: B.R.A. 1425

Contents:
1. Horace Gerald Reynolds of 30 Eastern Road, East Finchley, N.2
2. Geoffrey White and Pamela Jean White of 104 Roseberry Gardens, Harringey, Mdx.
(1) Leases to (2) the upper flat (30A) in No. 30 Eastern Road.

PAPERS  M3151  1905 - 1958

Former reference: B.R.A. 1425

Contents:
Correspondence and other papers concerning the trust created under M3142-3

FINAL CONCORD (both parts)  M3152-M3153  June 1701

Former reference: B.R.A. 1297


Related information: See also M99 etc.

Contents:
2. Richard Ryder, gent., querent
1. Neville Huggins and Martha his wife Robert Donne and Mary his wife
(1) Levy a fine to (2) of a third part of an eighth part, and two separate halves of another third of an eighth, of a messuage, a garden, an orchard, two acres of land and common of pasture, in Hackney.

ASSIGNMENT OF MORTGAGE  M3154  23 Jun 1692

Contents:
1. Sir James Rushout of Northwick, Worcs., baronet
2. Sir Edward Selwin of Friston, Sussex, knight
Richard Freeman of the Middle Temple, esq.
Leonard Wetherley of London, gent.
3. James Bateman, citizen and merchant of London
Sir William Hedges of London, knight.
William Bateman, citizen and merchant of London, elder brother of James
(1) As mortgagee, Sir E. Selwin as beneficial owner, and R. Freeman and L. Wetherley as trustees assign to W. Hedges and W. Bateman in trust for J. Bateman the mortgage (to attend the freehold) of the site of the former Holywell Priory, Shoreditch, with the Lady's Gardens (behind the monastery's dormitory), the Dovehouse Garden, the Covent Orchard (all within the precincts of the former monastery) and all other messuages and properties of the monastery. Recites a deed of 1682 which mentions Cuthbert Burbage as one of the former occupiers.
Don. J.C. Heald, per Wigan Library

COMMON RECOVERY  M3155  15 Jun 1785

Contents:
3. John Kenrick esq., plaintiff
2. Stafford Squire Baxter, gent, tenant
1. Dudley Ryder, voucher
(3) Recovers 13 messuages; 16 gardens, 4 acres of land, 4 acres of meadow and 4 acres of pasture in Homerton.
Seal, damaged
25 George III

LEASE for 61 years  M3156  24 Mar 1776

Contents:
1. Francis John Tyssen of S. George, Hanover Square, Mdx, esq
2. John Richards of Bishopsgate Street, City of London, gent.
(1) Leases to (2) a piece of ground on the east side of [Stoke Newington Road or Stamford Hill] on which (2) is to build a messuage.

LEASE for 61 years  M3157  24 Mar 1773

Contents:
1. Francis John Tyssen of Shacklewell, esq
2. Edward Smith of Stoke Newington, bricklayer
(1) Leases to (2) a piece of ground on the east side of [Stoke Newington Road or Stamford Hill] on which (2) is to build a messuage.

RELEASE  M3158  23 Dec 1776

Contents:
1. Mary Watts of Homerton, widow and administratrix of Reader Watts
2. Robert Wainewright of the Six Clerks Office, London, gent., son and executor of John Wainewright (who was also father of 1.)
(1)'s late husband owed money to (2) as executors, so (1) releases (2) from paying the legacy bequeathed to her late husband, and (2) releases her and her children from her husband's debts.

LEASE for 21 years  M3159  2 Dec 1799

Contents:
1. Rev. Peter Beauvoir of Downham Hall, Essex, devisee of Francis John Tyssen
2. Isaac Bristow of Homerton, hackneyman
(1) Leases to (2) twenty four acres in Hackney Marsh. Increased rent for any land ploughed or dug for brickearth.
Counterpart of M744

LEASE for 21 years  M3160  11 Apr 1804

Contents:
1. Rev. P Beauvoir
John Dent
John Wormald
As M3159
Of Temple Bar, City
Of London, esquires, trustees with P. Beauvoir
2. Francis Tyssen of Foulden, Norfolk
3. George Dennett of Greys Inn Lane, Holborn, farmer
With the consent of (2), (1) lease to (3) thirty pieces of marshland (26 acres 3 roods 13 perches) in Hackney marsh (numbered from the plan by Robert Davis).
Counterpart of M745

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3161  23 Dec 1817

Contents:
1. Rev. James Wood of Bow Street, Bloomsbury, Mdx., minister of the gospel
2. *Christipher Sundius of Stoke Newington, insurance broker
*William Marsden of James Street, Old Street Road, broker
*Rev. Thomas Blanshard of City Road, minister of the gospel
Thomas Cordeaux of City Road, printer
*Joseph Bulmer of Watling Street, City of London, warehouseman
Richard Smith junior of Stoke Newington, broker
William Dickinson of Ironmonger Lane, City of London, warehouseman
John Jeffs of Kingsland Road, Mdx., plumber
*Robert Bell of Kingsland Road, Mdx, cabinet maker
*John Gardner of Shoreditch, doctor of medicine
*George Scarlett of Stamford Hill, builder
Thomas Davison of Dalston, silkman
(1) assigns to (2), who are trustees for the Society of Methodists at Stoke Newington, a lease of a piece of ground and two cottages (new four tenements) with the use of a private road in the front, on the west side, and a passage from this into the main road, on the east side of Stoke Newington Road; and the newly erected chapel or meeting house on the same ground.
Regulations concerning the administration of the chapel.
Endorsed: Appointment of trustees
The trustees marked * have died, and Thomas Davison has moved away. The surviving trustees (with the Rev. Joseph Taylor, superintendant preacher of the circuit) appoint the following as replacement trustees:
Thomas Jeffery of Wellington Place, Stoke Newington, gent
Thomas Crossley of Victoria Place, Kingsland Road, warehouseman
Edward Day of Mare Street, Hackney, draper
William Moss of Clarence Terrace, Albion Road, Stoke Newington, gent
Thomas Jarman Taylor of Palatine Houses, Stoke Newington, grocer
Peter Young of Stoke Newington Road, plumber
John Vanner of Wood Street, Spitalfields, silk manufacturer
John Whitmore of Stamford Hill, Stoke Newington, ironmonger
1 Aug 1836

LEASE for 99 years  M3162  2 May 1827

Contents:
1. Ambrose Clare of Frederick's Place, Old Jewry, City of London, gent
2. Richard Buckland of the City of London, merchant
(1) leases to (2) a piece of ground on the east side of the intended Stamford Grove (off Hangers Lane), Tottenham, formerly part of the estate called Mitchell's. Reference to the possibility of buildings being erected thereon.

LEASE for 65 years  M3163  20 Dec 1817

Contents:
1. William George Daniel Tyssen of Foulden Hall, Norfolk, esq
2. James Doggett of Stoke Newington, farmer
(1) leases to (2) a messuage, outbuildings and three fields on the east side of Kingsland Road, described as "Stoke Newington in the parish of Hackney." [Site of Doggett Road, now Tyssen Road, and Union Street, now Hollar Road - see 1834 Tyssen estate plan]. (2) is to build messuages on the property.
Plan by W.H. Ashpitel
Counterpart of M749

LEASE for 31 years  M3164  12 Jun 1824

Contents:
1. William George Daniel Tyssen of Fitzroy Square, Mdx., esq
2. Elizabeth Carpenter
Charlotte Carpenter
Spinsters, of Shacklewell
(1) leases to (2) the Manor House, Shacklewell, with garden and orchard.
Plan
Counterpart of M752

LEASE for 61 years  M3165  13 Sep 1837

Contents:
1. W.G.D. Tyssen of Foley House Maidstone, esq
2. Frederick Purssord of High Street, Stoke Newington, cheesemonger
Five new messuages with gardens on the north side of Shacklewell [Lane].
Plan
Counterpart of M757 (without endorsement)

APPRENTICESHIP INDENTURE  M3166  1 Jan 1847

Contents:
James, son of Thomas Fitchew of Bampton, Oxon., baker, is apprenticed to William Lucraft of 33 New Ivy Street, Hoxton New Town, chair and sofa maker and carver, for six years.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3167  3 Nov 1870

Contents:
1. William Till of 11 Lower William Street, Portland Town, Mdx, carpenter
2. John Wells of Cawston, Norfolk, gent
3. Edward Vigers of Burne Street, Lisson Grove, Marylebone, Mdx, timber merchant
Isaac Frith of "The Queen of England," Park Street, Slough, Berks., licensed victualler
4. John Wright of 27 Fairfield Cottages, Kingston on Thames, Surrey
(1) with (2) as mortgagee and (3) as (1)'s creditor assign to (4) Nos. 1 - 17(odd) Reform Place, Goldsmith's Row(formerly Goldsmith's Square, some time Goldsmiths Place) and Nos. 4 and 5 East Street.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3168  24 Apr 1884

Contents:
1. George Meadows of 71 S. Mark's Square, West Hackney, gent
Henry Dodd of Barnet Grove, Hackney Road, turner
Henry Henton of 57 Hercules Buildings, Westminster Road, Surrey, gent
2. Thomas Henry Brown of 2 Warley Street, Green Street, Bethnal Green
(1) as executors of James Chambers assign to (2) a lease of Nos. 5 and 7 Warley Street, Bethnal Green

LEASE for 35 years  M3169  5 Apr 1904

Contents:
1. William Amhurst, Baron Amherst of Hackney
2. Thomas Allen Marshall
Charles Dudley Marshall
Of Campbell Works, Stoke Newington, engineers
(2) have surrendered a previous lease, and (1) grants them a new lease of a factory and buildings behind Nos. 7,8,9 and 10 Cazenove Road, with a right of way (towards Stoke Newington Station.)
[Factory of P.J. Marshall & Co, makers of dandy rolls for paper making].
Plan

APPOINTMENT OF TRUSTEE  M3170  22 July 1915

Former reference: B.R.A. 1231

Contents:
1. Alice Sarah Bumstead of Elmfield, Leigham Court Road, Streatham, Surrey, widow
2. Henry James Bumsted of Elmfield, esq.
3. David Alexander Bumsted of Sparnon, Blyth Road, Bromley, Kent, actuary H.J. Bumsted (as 2).
(1) appoints (2) as trustee of her marriage settlement in place of J.N. Malleson deceased (see M2727)

ABSTRACT OF TITLE  M3171  1872

Contents:
Title of James Kimber to No. 142 Graham Road, Hackney (leasehold), part of Spurstowe's Charity estate.
Plan

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3172  20 Jun 1872

Contents:
1. James Kimber of 144 Graham Road, builder
2. Edward Friend of Abbotts Langley, Herts, gent
3. Joseph Newland Shepheard of 23 Shrubland Road, Dalston, compositor
(1) (with (2) as mortgagee) assigns to (3) his lease of No. 142 Graham Road.

MORTGAGE  M3173  21 Jun 1872

Contents:
1. Joseph Newland Shepheard of 142 Graham Road, compositor
2. The Temperance Permanent Benefit Building Society
(1) mortgages to (2) No. 142 Graham Road.

INSURANCE POLICY  M3174  24 Jun 1872

Contents:
J.N. Shepheard insures No. 142 Graham Road against fire.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3175  19 Feb 1904

Contents:
1. Joseph Newland Shepheard of 142 Graham Road, printer
2. Elizabeth, wife of 1.
Richard James Flashman Carlisle of 6 Vesta Road, Brockley, Kent, ironmonger
(1) assigns his lease of No. 142 Graham Road and his household goods to (2) in trust for (1) for life, then for Elizabeth Shepheard for life, then for their daughter Jane Shepheard, who is to allow her unmarried sisters to live here.

CONVEYANCE (copy of court roll)  M3176  6 Dec 1726

Source of acquisition: Deposited by Stepney Public Libraries


Contents:
Surrender by William King and admission of Nahum Crosley (aged 20), son of Nahum Crosley of Shoreditch, weaver. Dorcas Crosley, mother of Nahum junior, is appointed his guardian. Two tenements in Shoreditch. (Manor of Stepney).

DEEDS  M3177-M3180  1863 - 1872

Source of acquisition: Deposited by Mrs A.M. Hubble


Contents:
Deeds (all mutilated) concerning No. 12 Norfolk Terrace, Darnley Road, Hackney (leasehold), part of the estates of S. Thomas' Hospital.
Butters - Harman - Showler - Green

Records of the Strange, Ellis, Phillips and Harrison families  M3181-M3204  1806-1866


Related information: See also M3055 - M3071

ASSIGNMENT OF LEGACY  M3181  5 Aug 1806

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289

Contents:
1. Thomas Baker of Parliament Street, S. Margaret's Westminster, Mdx, esq
2. John Ellis of James Street, Buckingham Gate, S. Margaret's Westminster, Mdx, gent
(1) Assigns to (2) an unpaid legacy with interest due to (1) from the estate of William Beckford deceased.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEGACY  M3182  27 Dec 1808

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289

Contents:
1. John Ellis of James Street, Buckingham Gate, Mdx, gent
2. William Strange of Bishopsgate Street, City of London, cheesemonger
(1) Assigns to (2) the legacy in M3181.
Attached: Affidavit concerning John Ellis' attestation of the deed.

LEASE for 14 years  M3183  8 Apr 1816

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289

Contents:
1. Joseph Williams of London Field, Hackney, gent
2. Christopher Jackson of Mark Lane, City of London, sugar factor
(1) Leases to (2) a messuage, yard and garden on the east side of London Field (next to 1.'s house)
Endorsed: "Now Mr Munt's house."

LEASE for 21 years  M3184  18 Aug 1817

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289

Contents:
1. Joseph Williams of London Field, esq
2. John Bowring of Bucklersbury, City of London, merchant
(1) Leases to (2) a messuage, garden and forecourt in London Field and part of a garden to the south.

LEASE for 7 years  M3185  6 Aug 1822

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289

Contents:
1. John Strange of London Field, Mdx, esq. and Ann his wife.
2. Christian Frederic Graseman of London Field, merchant
(1) Leases to (2) a messuage with front court and garden in the south end of London Field.
Covenants prohibiting use as a school or insane asylum; as well as trade or manufacture.
Endorsed: "Now called Alva House."

LEASE for 21 years  M3186  4 Nov 1823

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289

Contents:
1. John Strange of London Field, Hackney, esq, and Ann his wife
2. John Bowring of London Field, merchant
(1) Leases to (2) [? the property in M3184].
List of repairs to be done by 2. Covenants as M3185
Schedule of fixtures.
Endorsed: "Now Mrs Holdsworth's"

MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT  M3187  28 Feb 1824

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289

Contents:
1. William Strange of Bishopsgate Street, City of London, and of Upton, West Ham, Essex, merchant
2. Esther Phillips of Newport Pagnell, Bucks, widow
3. William Brodie Gurney of Essex Street, Mdx, esq
Thomas Williams of Kensington, Mdx, coach builder
William Jameson of Clapton, Mdx, merchant
In consideration of an intended marriage between (1) and (2), (2) has assigned and will assign to (3) various stocks and sums, in trust for (2) and her children as she shall appoint.
Endorsed: Appointment of trust funds. 31 Oct 1833
There have been no children of the marriage. William Strange has settled an additional fund of Consols on his wife.
The couple appoint that the trustees shall pay the proceeds to William Strange for life, then to Esther for life, then for his heirs.

SETTLEMENT  M3188  1 Mar 1824; 20 Jul 1866

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289

Contents:
1. Esther Phillips of Newport Pagnell, Bucks, widow
2. Mary Phillips of Newport Pagnell, niece of 1.
Gurney
Williams (of Oxford Street)
Jameson
As M3187
(1) Has transferred Consols to (3) in trust for
(2) Or her appointee for life, then for her children.
Endorsed: Appointment of trustees 22 Jul 1853
Mary (Phillips), now wife of Rev.
Obed Parker appoints Arthur Stratten, Edward Hunter and William Tungsbury Jameson as new trustees under the above settlement.
Endorsed 2: Release
The seven surviving children of Mary Parker acknowledge receipt of and release the trustees from the trust fund.

DECLARATION  M3189  5 Jul 1866

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289

Contents:
Declaration of Obed Parker concerning his marriage to Mary Phillips, and their children.
Attached: Copy of the marriage certificate, and of Mary Parker's burial certificate.

INLAND REVENUE ACCOUNTS  M3190  1866

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289

Contents:
Accounts of the estate of Mary Parker

LEASE for 14 years  M3191  4 Nov 1823

Contents:
1. John Strange of London Field, esq, and Ann his wife
2. Isaac Coburn of Lothbury, City of London, esq.
(1) Lease to (2) a messuage, forecourt, garden and outbuildings. Covenant to nourish and preserve the fruit and other trees and shrubs growing there.

APPOINTMENT  M3192  3 Mar 1833

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289

Contents:
John Strange, now of Howe Villa, Brighton, and Ann his wife appoint that Benjamin Nicholas Williams, their trustee under a settlement of 1822, should pay to them the purchase money for a messuage with grounds and outbuildings in London Field (part of their trust property) sold to Joseph Richard William.

MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT  M3193  2 May 1836

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289

Contents:
1. Thomas Williams of Cowley Grove, Hillingdon, Mdx, esq
2. Joshua Williams of Cowley Grove, fourth son of 1.
3. Lucy Strange of Upton, Essex, spinster
4. John Strange of 2 Circus Road, S. John's Wood, Mdx, esq
Charles Strange of Bishopsgate Street, City of London, merchant
Thomas Strange of Houndsditch, City of London, merchant
Sens, executors and trustees of William Strange
William Strange left £10,000 to (4) in trust for (3) his daughter, and she will inherit £5,000 on Esther Strange's death. In consideration of her intended marriage with (2), (3) confirms the trust set up in her father's will. (1) covenants to pay (2) £300 p.a. for five years, then to give him £3,950.

ORIGINAL WILL (not proved)  M3194  9 Oct 1841

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289

Contents:
Will of Lucy Williams, nee Strange, of Albion Street, Hyde Park.
Her trust funds (see M3193) are to be held in trust for her son Joshua Strange Williams.
(Provision for other payments if her son should die).

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASES  M3195  1 Sep 1840

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289

Contents:
1. Thomas Strange of Houndsditch, City of London, esq
2. Charles Strange of Neath, Glamorgan, esq
Thomas Strange (as 1.)
Executers of William Strange
Thomas Strange (as 1.)
Samuel Strange, formerly in partnership with Thomas as grocers in Houndsditch, now of Houndsditch, esq
4. John Strange of Houndsditch, wholesale grocer
(3), having ceased to carry on their business as wholesale grocers, assign to (4) their leases (formerly held by William Strange, who bequeathed them to Thomas) of a messuage warehouse and premises at No. 65 Houndsditch and behind Nos. 28,29 and 30 Camomile Street, City of London.

ARTICLES OF COPARTNERSHIP  M3196  2 Sep 1840

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289

Contents:
1. John Strange
2. John Harrison
Of Houndsditch, wholesale grocers
Thomas and Samuel Strange have given over to (1) the goodwill of their former business (see M3195). (1) has paid them for the fixtures, furniture and effects of the business. (1) and (2) agree to enter into partnership as wholesale grocers (Strange & Co.) for 21 years. (1) is to provide £18,000 capital (including the cost of the assets) and (2) will provide £2,000. (2) will work full-time at the business, and receive a quarter of the profits. Provision for (1) to bring his son Joseph into the business.

COPY OF WILL and PROBATE  M3197  1838-1841

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289

Contents:
Will of John Strange of Circus Road, S. John's Wood, Mdx, esq
Dated 3 Apr 1838
Proved 23 Dec 1841
He confirms the settlement (mentioned in M3192) of the freehold of properties in London Field. His personal effects and property in S. John's Wood and Brighton to his wife Ann. His moneys to his half-brothers Charles, Thomas and Samuel Strange in trust for his wife for life, then for his children.
The trustees and his wife are appointed executors.

LEASE for 3 years  M3198  28 Feb 1849

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289

Contents:
1. Henry William Fourdrinier of Sherborne Lane, London, gent.
Charles Coles of Brighton, Sussex, esq
2. John Harrison
Joseph Strange
Of Houndsditch, London, wholesale grocers
(1) lease to (2), No. 65 Houndsditch (warehouse)
Endorsed: Extension of the above lease by one year. (John Harrison is now the sole lessee).
29 Nov 1851

DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP  M3199  10 Feb 1851

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289

Contents:
1. John Harrison of Houndsditch, London, wholesale grocer
2. Joseph Strange of Club Chambers, Regent Street, esq
(1) and (2) dissolve their partnership on the retirement of (2), (see M3196). (2) assigns his share in the business to (1).

RELEASE  M3200  30 May 1851

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289

Contents:
1. John Harrison
2. Joseph Strange
As M3199
(2) acknowledges receipt and releases (1) from payment of (2)'s share of the value of the business.
Schedule: accounts of the payments to (2).

LEASE for 14 years  M3201  9 Nov 1852

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289

Contents:
1. John Colley of Norwood, Surrey, esq.
2. John Harrison of Houndsditch, City of London, wholesale grocer.
(1) leases to (2) the warehouse and premises between No. 65 Houndsditch and Nos 28,29 and 30 Camomile Street.
Plan

LEASE for 14 years  M3202  27 Dec 1852

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289

Contents:
1. Henry William Fourdrinier of Sherborne Lane, London, gent.
Charles Coles junior of Great Tower Street, London, colonial broker.
Richard Coles of Barham, Canterbury, Kent, esq
2. John Harrison of Houndsditch, London, wholesale grocer
(1) lease to (2) No. 65 Houndsditch (a messuage, formerly two). (2) covenants to set up the arms of the City on the messuage.

APPOINTMENT OF TRUSTEES  M3203  22 Jul 1853

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289

Contents:
1. Esther Strange of Cambridge Terrace, Edgeware Road, Mdx, widow
2. William Brodie Gurney of Denmark Hill, Surrey, esq
3. Arthur Stratten of the Stock Exchange, City of London, stock broker
Edward Hunter of Moorgate Street, City of London, upholder
Joseph Trueman junior of Highbury Grove, Mdx, esq
(1) appoints (3) as trustees under her marriage settlement (M3187) in place of (2) and his deceased colleagues.

LEASE for nine years  M3204  28 Dec 1866

Former reference: B.R.A. 1289

Contents:
1. Bardrinier
C. Coles
R. Coles (now of Brighton)
As M3202
2. John Harrison
Samuel Strange
Of Houndsditch, wholesale grocers
(1) lease to (2) No. 65 Houndsditch.

BURIAL CERTIFICATE  M3205  Extracted 5 Mar 1844

Contents:
Certifies the registration of the burial at S. Leonard, Shoreditch of Richard Torrelton of Haliwell Street on 3 Sep 1588
In Grangerised Ellis Vol 11 p. 211

BURIAL CERTIFICATE  M3206  Extracted 5 Mar 1844

Contents:
Certifies the registration of the burial at S. Leonard, Shoreditch of Richard Burbage, player, of Hallywell Street on 16 Mar 1618/19.
In Grangerised Ellis Vol 11 p. 212

LETTER  M3207  22 Nov 1842

Contents:
Henry Ellis to Mr I W Burn
List various views of Shoreditch buildings, which his correspondent will want (including S. James, Curtain Road.)
In Grangerised Ellis Vol 111, last page.

RECOGNISANCE  M3208  13 May, 1592

Source of acquisition: AR


Contents:
Edward Huntingdon of Hackney is bound in £20 to prefer a bill of indictment against Philip Webster, spinster, of Hackney, and to attend her trial; he has charged her with stealing fifty shillings, a red petticoat, a gown cloth, and divers pieces of linen.
Before Sir Rowland Hayward, knight, Justice of the Peace.

CONVEYANCE (Copy of court roll)  M3209  18 Apr 1720

Source of acquisition: AR


Contents:
Admission of Thomas Warham to property mortgaged to him by Henry Bostock and Alice his wife, who have made default.
One third share of six cottages in Church Street(see also M1517-M1523), Kingshold Manor.

COPY OF COURT ROLL  M3210  8 Apr 1723

Source of acquisition: AR


Contents:
The jury present that they have staked out an area of waste ground to the west of the five messuages (formerly six) in Church Street, which area Thomas Warhom may enclose (leaving room for pedestrians) without detriment to the lady of the manor (Kingshold).

CONVEYANCE (Copy of court roll)  M3211  29 Apr 1752

Source of acquisition: AR


Contents:
Surrender by Robert Yelloly and admission of Joshua Israel Brandon, who surrenders to uses to be appointed in his will.
Four messuages in Church Street and a fifth by the brook (see M1523), manor of Kingshold.

ROLL OF SERVICE  M3212  [c.1919]

Contents:
Names of old pupils and members of staff of Craven Park School who served in World War 1, indicating decorations and deaths.
Ms vol; bound at the L.C.C. Central School of Arts and Crafts.

ROLL OF SERVICE  M3213  undated

Source of acquisition: Donation, 1964


Contents:
As M3212, for Wenlock Road School.

HISTORICAL NOTES  M3214  1969 - 1973

Contents:
Correspondence and other papers relating to John Dawson (donor of the Dalston Library); papers of T. Brown, relating to his thesis on Dawson's library (Printed Books No. Y2872-2874, 920 DAW).
Deposited by T. Brown

TRANSCRIPT and PHOTOCOPIES  M3215  1969-1973

Contents:
Transcript and photocopies of John Dawson's abstract of his diary. Transcript made by T. Brown (see M3214).
Deposited by T. Brown.

PEDIGREE  M3216  1875

Contents:
Pedigree of the Eade family, 1679-1868, and list of the children of Jonathan and Margaret Eade, 1771-1793 and other Eade baptisms (the latter endorsed "Copied from an old paper in the office (Signed) Cyril Eade, 12 Oct 1875")
Don. Miss R. Tatham 1964 (Formerly Y922)

COPY ACCOUNTS  M3217  1698-1699

Contents:
"An account of money received of Mr Lidgold and disbursed for building the Almshouses" - payments for being excused parish offices, and rents; and "Expences of building the Badgers Almshouses" [Shoreditch] - carpenters, bricklayers etc.
? from a draft for the Grangerised Ellis (formerly B.2264)

LETTER  M3218  9 Feb 1894

Source of acquisition: Deposited by Mr. J.M. Plumbe


Contents:
Travers, Smith, Braithwaite and Robinson, 2 Throgmorton Avenue, E.C., to Mrs Alderson, Ashted.
The writer informs Mrs. Alderson that her trustees are entitled to £4774 of the purchase price for Hackney Marshes, which has been invested. They enclose a cheque for interest on this sum.

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT (part only)  M3219  undated

Former reference: B.2243

Contents:
Articles 5 - 10 of pre-forma agreement by John Bowyer Nichols to grant a building lease of ground in Nichols Square, Shoreditch

LETTER  M3220  4 Jun 1944

Former reference: B 3562

Contents:
Miss Sarah E. Shordiche, Cawderstones, Berwick upon Tweed, to [Shoreditch Borough Librarian].
The writer states that Shoreditch and Hackney belonged to her family in the 13th century, and that they also held Ickenham, Norfolk from 1348 to 1819. The writer is the last of her family.
Attached: Illustration of the arms of the Shordiche family.

MEMORIAL INSCRIPTION  M3221  1583

Former reference: B 3301

Contents:
Modernised copy of the inscription in Ickenham church, Norfolk, to the memory of Edmund Shoreditch, d. 1583.
Copy made by W.C.P [lant]

APPRENTICESHIP INDENTURE  M3222  19 Sep 1838

Contents:
Robert Coates, of the Refuge for the Destitute, Hoxton, apprentices himself (with the approbation of the Refuge) to Henry Saunders of 11 Shoe Lane, Fleet Street, London, cordwainer.
Deposited by London Borough of Southwark Library Services

PEDLAR'S CERTIFICATE  M3223  11 Oct 1913

Contents:
Certificate by the Metropolitan Police that Selina Augusta Louise Entwisle of 158 New North Road, Islington, is authorised to act as a pedlar for one year.
Deposited by Mr M. MacManua

CONVEYANCE  M3224  6 Jan 1881

Contents:
1. Selina Hillum of 21 Shelley Terrace, South Hornsey, Mdx, widow
2. James Robert Hillum of Peartree Street, Goswell Road, Mdx, packer
3. Henry Robert Cotton of Church Street, Stoke Newington, gent.
(1) And (2) convey to (3) No. 197 Church Street, Stoke Newington, freehold, formerly No. 5. (1) owned two-thirds of the property, and (2) one third. The property was formerly copyhold.
1977/1

WRIT  M3225  22 Feb 1870

Source of acquisition: From Shoredtich Local Collection - no record of provenance.


Contents:
Writ to eject the occupiers [names indexed] of the following properties, claimed by Sir John Tyssen Tyrell, baronet:
Nos. 97-101 and 123-139 (odd) Kingsland Road
Nos. 1-17, 37-54,54 [sic - 56?], 56½, 57-68 (odd and even), Great Essex Street
Nos. 1-10 (odd and even), Little Essex Street
Nos. 1-9 (odd and even) Savanna Place
No. 13 Susannah Row
Nos. 1,2 and 3 Georges Place
Nos. 1,2,3 and 4 Susannah Place
Nos. 1,2,3,4 and 5 Union Row
Nos. 1,2 and 3 Cross Street
Nos. 96,98 and 102-112 (even) Hoxton Street
Nos. 4-34, 34a and 53-70 (odd and even), Huntingdon Street

PROSPECTUS  M3226  1 Dec 1900

Source of acquisition: Deposited by Leics. Record Office 11/78


Contents:
Prospectus offering shares in the Hackney Empire Palace Ltd. (Oswald Stoll, Chairman), with description of the proposed theatre.
Enclosed: (a) two blank applications for shares
(b) Drawings of the proposed theatre.

LETTER  M3227  10 Jan 1922

Source of acquisition: Purchased 9/78


Contents:
Miss Irene Vanbrugh, Globe Theatre, to Miss [Kathleen M.] Sparks, 40 Clapton Common, E.5.
Thanks for a gift of fruit.

LETTER  M3228  30 May 1922

Source of acquisition: Purchased 9/78



Related information: As M3227

Contents:
Thanks for a gift of fruit

LETTER  M3229  2 Nov 1922

Source of acquisition: Purchased 9/78



Related information: As M3227

Contents:
Thanks for flowers.
Enclosed: Newspaper photograph of Irene Vanbrugh and her family.

SCRAPBOOK  M3230  c. 1903-1910

Source of acquisition: Transferred from AR (N252)


Contents:
Notes and cuttings on the history of Shacklewell and Kingsland compiled by A.J. Hooper.
Indexed.

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES  M3231  1977

Contents:
Notes by Sister Pauline (Sister Mary Hardcastle) on the life of Eliza Connell, born 1868 in Britannia Walk, Hoxton, resident of the Mother Kate Homes c. 1940-1968 (d. 1974); with copies of photographs, 1973, and covering letter.

LETTER  M3232  16 Feb 1903

Source of acquisition: Provenance unknown.


Contents:
G. Talbot, Major Commanding 27 Coy, Royal Garrison Artillery, Citadel, Plymouth, to [? the secretary of ? Shoreditch Charity Trustees].
Thanks for a cheque for one guinea to be presented to Acting Bombadier Woodhouse in recognition of his gallant conduct on the occasion of a fire, and suggestion that Woodhouse might be recommended for the Albert Medal.
Endorsed: Talbot; 16 Feb 1903; £1,1.0"

LETTER  M3233  22 Jan 1934

Contents:
Alfred Lane Crauford, Bute Court, Torquay, to the Librarian, Hoxton Library.
The writer draws attention to his recently-published book Sam and Sallie
[see M792: 35]
Transferred from Shoreditch Cuttings Book

NOTES  M3234  c. 1800

Contents:
Extracts made by [Henry Ellis] from John Dawson's ms "diary" 1703-1763, with a note that at the time of writing the volume was in the hands of a book-seller.
[This volume is now held by Kirklees Public Library; see Brown, John Dawson Vol 1, p.148]
From Shoreditch Libraries

PEDIGREE  M3235  n.d

Contents:
Pedigree of the Rowe family, of Hackney and Walthamstow, 1568-1780.
Found with M93.7

LETTER AND PLANS  M3236/1-3  8 Mar 1888

Source of acquisition: Provenance unknown.


Contents:
1. Liberty & Co, Regent Street, to Charles E. Green, Tudor House, Darnley Road, Hackney.
Quotation for supplying stalls, an awning, a gipsy tent and flags, for a bazaar.
2. Drawing of proposed stall
3. Drawing of proposed awning.
("Grand Bazaar in aid of The Welfare of the Blind")

LETTER  M3237  1 Feb 1828

Source of acquisition: Provenance unknown.


Contents:
George Cooke, 1 Loddiges Place, Hackney, to Bowyer Nichols Esq.
Asks for the plate of Symondsbury to be returned for alteration as Mr Raymond has added a verandah to his parsonage. Premises a proof of Glidham. Asks for an autograph for his collection.

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES  M3238  1978

Contents:
Notes by Mr C.R. Goodchild on his boyhood and youth; he was a member of the congregation of S. John the Baptist, Hoxton, and a Labour Councillor for Stoke Newington.
With correspondence between Mr Goodchild and the Archivist.

PLAN  M3239  n.d

Source of acquisition: Provenance unknown.


Contents:
Plan of "The Ancient Church of St. John-at-Hackney," with a note of the principal tombs and some private pews
Possibly the original plan made by R. Simpson for Memorials of S. John at Hackney (see Part 1 page 45)

LEASE for 31 years  M3240  12 Nov 1792

Former reference: B.R.A. 1157

Contents:
1. Frederick Teush of Chingford, Essex, Esq
2. John Bissett of Waltham Holy Cross, Essex, broker
(1) leases to (2) Nos 1 and 2 Daggett's Court, Moorfields, Shoreditch (west side)
Enclosed: (a) Sale particulars of the freehold of the above property.
26 Jan 1819
(b) Agreement that John Edward Terrey will grant a new lease of the above properties to Richard York.
30 Apr 1819
(c) Letter concerning (b)
13 Jul 1819

LETTER  M3241  26 Jan 1817

Former reference: B.R.A. 1208

Contents:
Robinson & Son, Grays Inn Road, to Mr Triquet, Out Letter Office, Bank
Request an abstract of Mr Triquet's title to the freehold of certain houses in the Hackney Road, of which their client wishes to purchase a lease.

MORTGAGE  M3242  18 Aug 1863

Former reference: B.R.A. 1540

Contents:
1. Edward Benjamin Minto, of Knight's Wharf, Salmon Lane, Limehouse, Mdx, builder.
2. The National Industrial Life Assurance and General Deposit and Advance Company.
3. [Trustees of the Company]
(1) mortgages to (3) No. 23 Harriet Square, Shoredtich, (west side), leasehold.
(See also M2778-M2780; M3446)

MORTGAGE  M3243  16 Nov 1863

Former reference: B.R.A. 1540

Contents:
1. E.B. Minto (as M3242)
2. [Trustees of the Second Provident Mutual Benefit Building Society].
(1) mortgages to (2) No. 8 Harriet Square, Shoreditch (east side), leasehold.

LEASE for 99 years  M3244  5 Jun 1876; 13 Sep 1876

Former reference: B.R.A. 1540

Contents:
1. William Suffolk, of Wendon Cottage, Wendon Street, Old Ford, Mdx., gent.
2. George Hooper of 60 Wendon Street, builder.
(1) leases to (2) Nos. 41-59 (odd) Bartnipp Street, Hackney Wick (north side), now being built by (2).
Endorsed: Surrender of the above lease.

COPY WILL AND PROBATE  M3245  1798-1799

Former reference: B.R.A. 1579

Contents:
Will dated 15 Mar 1798
Probate 24 Apr 1799
Will of Mary Dolby of Homerton, widow of Samuel.
Legacies to her nephews Tomlinson Henry Busby and the Rev. William Beaumont Busby. The latter is appointed executor.
Other small bequests.

COPY WILL AND PROBATE  M3246  1853

Former reference: B.R.A. 1579

Contents:
Will dated 9 Nov 1853
Probate 28 Nov 1853
Will of Ann Wild formerly of Frederick Place, Kingsland, last of 16 Felix Place, Liverpool Road, Islington.
Bequests to her brother Thomas Wild and others. George Powell senior of Hammersmith is appointed executor.

COPY CONVEYANCE  M3247  27 Aug 1883

Former reference: B.R.A. 1584

Contents:
1. John William Bund Willis Bund, of 3 Stone Buildings, Lincoln's Inn, Mdx., barrister at law.
Herbert Addington Rigg of 9 Kings Bench Walk, Temple, barrister at law.
2. George Robert Green of 1 Lawn Road, Haverstock Hill, Mdx. Esq.
3. Thomas Arno of 17 Sandringham Road, Kingsland, gent.
(1) are trustees (appointed by the Court of Chancery) of the will of James Kibblewhite, and (2) is a beneficiary. They convey to (3) the following:
Nos. 1,2 and 3 Truman's Place.
A plot east of No. 1 Truman's Place.
Nos. 37,39 and 41 Stoke Newington Road.
Nos. 1,2,3 and 4 Barratts Grove (south side) with ground and outbuildings east of No. 1.
Nos. 7-15 (odd and even) Barretts Grove (north side).
A house and nursery ground on the south side of Barretts Grove.
Plan

SALE PARTICULARS  M3248  4 May 1897

Former reference: B.R.A. 1584

Contents:
The freehold of two blocks of flats named "Eagle Mansions," Salcombe Road, Stoke Newington [built on part of the property in M3247]. With photograph.

DRAFT MORTGAGE  M3249  18 Aug 1897

Former reference: B.R.A. 1584

Contents:
1. Maria Hawes
2. Winifred Josephine Reid Palmer, of Stakes, near Cosham, Hants
(1) mortgages to (2) the block of flats known as No. 1 Eagle Mansions, Salcombe Read, and ground to the east of it.

PAPERS  M3250  1897

Contents:
Survey, requisitions of title, case and opinion, correspondence etc. concerning the transaction in M3249.

NOTICE TO REPAY  M3251  20 Jun 1907

Former reference: B.R.A. 1584

Contents:
Winifred J.R. Palmer requires Maria Hawes to repay the principal of the mortgage in M3249.

DRAFT SURRENDER OF MORTGAGE  M3252  3 Oct 1907

Former reference: B.R.A. 1584

Contents:
1. Winifred Josephine Reid Palmer, of Barnwyte, Chichester, Sussex.
2. Maria Hawes of Ashburton Villa, Winchester Road, Bishops Waltham, Hants.
(1) surrenders to (2) the mortgage in M3249.

PAPERS  M3253  1907

Former reference: B.R.A. 1584

Contents:
Papers concerning the transaction in M3252.

APPOINTMENT OF TRUSTEE  M3254  18 Nov 1867

Former reference: B.R.A. 1606

Contents:
1. Thomas William Fordham of Broxbourne, Herts, gent.
2. William Henry White of Cheshunt, Herts, esq.
3. Charles Meredith junior, of Lincoln's Inn, Mdx., gent.
(1) were appointed as trustees under the will of Anne Walker but T.W. Fordham has refused to act. (1) appoint (2) to act in place of T.W. Fordham, to hold (with W.H. White) No. 13 Acton Place, Kingsland Road [Shoreditch] and rooms built between No. 13 and No. 12, leasehold, and also bank stock, upon the trusts specified in the will.
Endorsed: Appointment of Frederick Augustus White and Mary Ann White as trustees in place of (2). 31 Dec 1867

COPY WILL AND PROBATE  M3255  1807-1808

Former reference: B.R.A. 1607

Contents:
Will of Thomas Morrice of Hoxton, carpenter.
His friend Mary Turpin, widow, is nominated to receive his benefit from the society called the S. Patrick's Sons of Harmony (meeting at the Plough, opposite the British Museum.) All his property is also bequeathed to Mary Turpin, who is appointed executrix.
Will dated 26 Dec 1807
Probate 14 Jan 1808

ABSTRACT OF TITLE  M3256  1864

Former reference: B.R.A. 1649

Contents:
Title of the British Land Company Limited to [the site of Cricketfield Road].
Plans
Covering 1782-1864

CONVEYANCE  M3257  26 May 1875

Former reference: B.R.A. 1649

Contents:
1. The British Land Company Ltd.
2. Alfred Cooper of 125 Clarence Road, Lower Clapton, commercial traveller.
(1) convey to (2) a plot of land on the east side of Cricketfield Road.
Plan

MORTGAGE  M3258  23 Oct 1875

Former reference: B.R.A. 1649

Contents:
1. Alfred Cooper (as M3257)
2. Maria Maxwell of Bowhill Terrace, 109 Brixton Road, Brixton, Surrey, spinster.
(1) mortgages to (2) the property in M3257, and all the houses to be erected thereon.

FURTHER MORTGAGE  M3259  4 Feb 1876

Former reference: B.R.A. 1649

Contents:
1. as M3258
2. as M3258
Further charge on the above property.

CONVEYANCE  M3260  11 Nov 1879

Former reference: B.R.A. 1649

Contents:
1. Maria Fitz Maxwell of 3 Bryanstone Villas, South Norwood, Surrey, widow.
2. Mary Ann Elizabeth Vincent of Derby Terrace, Shaw Heath, Stockport, Lancs, spinster.
Eleanor Mary Cooper of 4 Derby Terrace, spinster
3. Thomas Barker of 11 Eccleston Square, Mdx., esq.
(1) as the heir of Maria Maxwell and (2) as the heirs of Alfred Cooper convey to (3) No. 52 Cricketfield Road, built on the property in M3257.
Plan

CONVEYANCE  M3261  28 Feb 1880

Former reference: B.R.A. 1648

Contents:
1. Thomas Barker (as M3260)
2. Thomas Hinks of Acton, Mdx., flour factor.
(1) conveys to (2) the property in M3260.
Plan

CONVEYANCE  M3262  12 Aug 1897

Former reference: B.R.A. 1649

Contents:
1. Thomas Hinks of 14 Cantley Ave., Clapham Common, Surrey
2. Sarah Walker of 49 Mildmay Park, Mdx., widow.
(1) conveys to (2) the property in M3260.

MORTGAGE  M3263  13 Aug 1897

Former reference: B.R.A. 1649

Contents:
1. Sarah Walker (as M3262)
2. Laura Robbins of Devizes, Wilts, spinster
(1) mortgages to (2) the property in M3260.

CONVEYANCE  M3264  29 Sep 1898

Former reference: B.R.A. 1649

Contents:
1. Laura Robbins
2. Sarah Walker
As M3263
3. Simon Schwarz of 15 Brick Lane, Spitalfields, Mdx., provision merchant.
(1) and (2) convey to (3) the property in M3260.
Enclosed: two Land Registry certificates.

CONVEYANCE  M3265  11 Jul 1913

Former reference: B.R.A. 1649

Contents:
1. Simon Schwarz (as M3264)
2. Herbert Ranwell of 64 Graham Road, Hackney, gent.
(1) conveys to (2) the property in M3260 (known as Waldenfield House, 52 Cricketfield Road).

DECLARATION OF TRUST  M3266  16 Jul 1913

Former reference: B.R.A. 1649

Contents:
1. Herbert Ranwell (as M3265)
2. Percy John Rooth Corner of 113 Mile End Road, London, gent.
(1) declares that he holds the property conveyed in M3265 as trustee for (2).
Enclosed: Papers (4) concerning subsequent transactions in 1918 and 1937.

LEASE for 96½ years  M3267  13 Oct 1810

Former reference: B.R.A. 1727

Contents:
1. Joseph Ireland of Great Titchfield Street, Cavendish Square, Mdx., surveyor.
2. William Johnson of Gracechurch Street, City of London, tobacconist.
(1) Leases to (2) a messuage on the west side of Moffatt Terrace, Shoreditch (a new street).

CONVEYANCE (lease and release)  M3268-M3269  16 - 17 Oct 1834

Former reference: B.R.A. 1727

Contents:
1. John Gage of Lincoln's Inn, Mdx, esq.
John Wright of Henrietta Street, S. Paul, Covent Garden, Mdx, esq.
2. John Ward of Air Street, Picadilly, Mdx, gent.
3. Edward Ward of Air Street, Piccadilly, gent.
(1) convey to (3) in trust for (2) No. 9 Curtain Road, Shoreditch (house and garden) and Nos. 5 and 6 Charlotte Street, Shoreditch.

COPY OF COURT ROLL  M3270  25 Feb. 1846

Former reference: B.R.A. 1728

Contents:
Manor of Lordshold
Admission of James Taylor to the Jolly Butchers P.H (with skittle grounds), Stoke Newington High Street (east side) eight messuages to the north of it and eight messuages to the rear of these, called Gamages Rents or Union Row, and a messuage divided into two dwellings behind the Jolly Butchers. The property was purchased from the executors of Grace Gamage.
Endorsed: Notes of subsequent transactions, 1848 and 1870.

COPY OF COURT ROLL  M3271  29 Sep 1849

Former reference: B.R.A. 1728

Contents:
License to James Taylor to demise one of the properties in M3270 to Thomas Clark. [This property was later called No 216 High Street Stoke Newington]

COPY OF COURT ROLL  M3272  30 Dec 1875

Former reference: B.R.A. 1728

Contents:
Admission of William Lamb Taylor, son of James Taylor deceased, to No 216 Stoke Newington High Street, upon trusts specified in the will of James Taylor.

COPY OF COURT ROLL  M3273  14 Aug 1884

Former reference: B.R.A. 1728

Contents:
Surrender by William Lamb Taylor and admission of William Pilcher to No 216 Stoke Newington High Street.

COPY OF COURT ROLL  M3274  14 Aug 1884

Former reference: B.R.A. 1728

Contents:
Declaration of surrender by William Lamb Taylor, as in M3273.

DECLARATION  M3275  9 May 1885

Former reference: B.R.A. 1728

Contents:
William Lamb Taylor declares that Annie, daughter of James Taylor, had five children, including William Pilcher.

ABSTRACT OF TITLE  M3276  1885

Former reference: B.R.A. 1728

Contents:
Title of William Pilcher to No. 216 Stoke Newington High Street, including details of James Taylor's will.

COPY OF COURT ROLL  M3277  12 May 1885

Former reference: B.R.A. 1728

Contents:
Surrender by William Pilcher and admission of George Samuel to No. 216 Stoke Newington High Street.

COPY OF COURT ROLL  M3278  12 May 1885

Former reference: B.R.A. 1728

Contents:
Declaration of surrender by William Pilcher, as in M3277.

FURTHER MORTGAGE  M3279  12 May 1885

Former reference: BRA 1728

Contents:
1. George Samuel of 216 Stoke Newington High Street, baker.
2. Jonathan Richard Ward of Grove Lane, Stamford Hill, builder
John Coldwells of Chapel Road, Stamford Hill, builder
Trustees of the Kingsland, Stoke Newington and Hackney Benefit Building Society.
(1) mortgages to (2) No. 216 Stoke Newington High Street. (1) owns the leasehold mentioned in M3271, as well as the copyhold, and had previously mortgaged the leasehold.
Endorsed: Surrender of the Mortgage. 17 Jan 1896

COPY OF COURT ROLL  M3280  12 May 1885

Former reference: B.R.A. 1728

Contents:
Declaration of surrender by George Samuel for the purposes of the mortgage in M3279.

SCHEDULE OF DEEDS  M3281  1885

Former reference: B.R.A. 1728

Contents:
Deeds 1846-1885, including the above.

COPY WILL AND PROBATE  M3282  1876-1887

Former reference: B.R.A. 1728

Contents:
Will dated 5 Dec 1876
Probate 13 Apr 1887
Will of George Samuel (as above).
All his property to his wife Rebecca, who is appointed executrix.

COPY OF COURT ROLL  M3283  12 Nov 1891

Former reference: B.R.A. 1728

Contents:
Admission of Rebecca Samuel (under the will of George Samuel) to No. 216 Stoke Newington High Street.

RECEIPT  M3284  13 Apr 1897

Former reference: B.R.A. 1728

Contents:
Rebecca Samuel acknowledges receipt of a loan from Edmund Lucas of No. 1 London Road, Clapton, for which she has deposited as collateral her copyhold admission.
Endorsed: Receipt by Edmund Lucas of repayment of the loan 23 Dec 1897

COPY OF COURT ROLL  M3285  24 Sep 1897

Former reference: B.R.A. 1728

Contents:
License to Rebecca Samuel to demise No. 216 Stoke Newington High Street to William Cullen

LEASE for 42 years  M3286  24 Sep 1897

Former reference: B.R.A. 1728

Contents:
1. Rebecca Samuel of 216 High Street, Stoke Newington, widow.
2. William Cullen of Hertford House, Leytonstone, Essex, baker.
(1) leases to (2) No. 216 Stoke Newington High Street, and conveys to him the fixtures, utensils and goodwill of her bakery business there.

VALUATION  M3287  15 Dec 1897

Former reference: B.R.A. 1728

Contents:
Description and valuation of No. 216 Stoke Newington High Street (with bakehouse and shop on the ground floor).

NOTICE  M3288  1 Dec 1897

Former reference: B.R.A. 1728

Contents:
The Trustees of the Kingsland Stoke Newington and Hackney Benefit Building Society give notice to the Steward of the Manor of Lordshold that the mortgage in M3279 has been paid off.

MORTGAGE  M3289  23 Dec 189[7]

Former reference: B.R.A. 1728

Contents:
1. Rebecca Samuel, of 38 Dale View Road, Stamford Hill, widow.
2. Frederic Charles Nightingale, of 2 Crown Court, Old Broad Street, City of London, esq.
(1) mortgages to (2) No. 216 Stoke Newington High Street.

COPY OF COURT ROLL  M3290  23 Dec 1897

Former reference: B.R.A. 1728

Contents:
Declaration of surrender by Rebecca Samuel for the purpose of the mortgage in M3289.

MORTGAGE  M3291  7 Jul 1879

Former reference: B.R.A. 1736

Contents:
1. Charles Hunt of 29 Dumont Road, Stoke Newington, builder
2. Edith Hamilton Cochrane of Haddon House, Sutton, Surrey, spinster
(1) mortgages to (2) the leasehold of Nos. 32, 36 and 38 Dumont Road, Stoke Newington.
Endorsed: (a) Assignment of the above mortgage to James Hill Bowen, William MacKenzie and Edward Bowen Lawes. 7 Aug 1879
(b) Surrender of the above mortgage to Mary Ann Hunt, widow of Charles. 23 Oct 1891

ASSIGNMENT OF MORTGAGE  M3292  2 Sep 1886

Former reference: B.R.A. 1737

Contents:
1. Laura Hickley of Walton on Thames, Surrey, widow
2. Leonard William North Hickley of 10 Kings Bench Walk, Temple, City of London, esq.
Victor Grant Hickley of Amberd House, Pitminster, Somerset, retired Admiral, R.N.
Charles Lushington Hickley of Walton on Thames, Surrey, esq.
Arthur William Webb and Peyton Dashwood had mortgaged No. 12 Bank Buildings, Amhurst Road, Hackney, to Thomas Allen Hickley as trustee under the will of the Rev. William North. (1) as widow and executor of T.A. Hickley has appointed (2) as trustees under North's will, and assigns the mortgage to them.

RENTAL  M3293  1731-1753

Former reference: B.R.A. 1761

Contents:
Rental of quit-rents of the manor of Lordshold, 29 Sep 1731, brought up-to-date in 1753.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASES  M3294  11 May 1870

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Thomas Hodson of Tyrwhitt Road, Upper Lewisham, Kent, builder.
2. William Hodson, of Graham House, Dalston, brickmaker
(1) assigns to (2) the underleases which (2) had previously granted to (1) of Nos 17-23 (odd) Clifton Road Dalston. The properties are subject to a mortgage.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASES  M3295  26 Oct 1875

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Rev. Edward Valentine Williams, of Rydal House, Highbury New Park, Mdx, clerk in holy orders and Charlotte his wife.
George Powell of Rock Dale, Tunbridge Wells, Kent (formerly of Grays Inn), esq.
Charles Hillhouse of 19 Finsbury Place, City of London, esq.
2. William Hodson, of Graham House, Dalston Lane, builder
3. James Peters, of 18 Stanley Road Hackney, head waiter at an hotel.
(1) as mortgagees and (2) assign to (3) the leases of Nos 19 and 21 Clifton Road.

MORTGAGE  M3296  26 Oct 1875

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. James Peters (as M3295)
2. Henry Francis Daltrey of 8 Fore Street, City of London, ivory turner.
Alfred Phipes of 98 Fore Street, City of London, ivory turner
William Thomas Bolton of 1 Edwin Terrace, London Fields, printer
John Franklin of 29 Shepherdess Walk, Hoxton, watchmaker.
Trustees of the Brunswick Mutual Benefit Building Society.
(1) mortgages to (2) Nos 19 and 21 Clifton Road.

FURTHER MORTGAGE  M3297  15 Feb 1878

Contents:
1. James Peters, now of 190 Shoreditch [High Street], clothier and outfitter
2. Trustees (as in M3296)
Further charge on the above property.
Endorsed: Note that the lease of No. 21 Clifton Road (later 14 Ferncliff Road) was assigned to James Dewsall.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASES  M3298  30 Dec 1878

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. James Peters (as M3297)
2. Trustees (as in M3296)
3. John George Gell, of 64 Fore Street, City of London, coffee house keeper.
(1) and (2) convey to (3) Nos 19 and 21 Clifton Road.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASES  M3299  4 May 1880

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. John George Goll (as M3298)
2. Trustees (as M3296)
3. Charles Ellis Halls of 74 S. George's Street, S. George in the East, Mdx., ships lamp manufacturer.
(1) assigns to (3) the leases of Nos 17, 19 and 21 Clifton Road, new Nos. 18, 16 and 14 Ferncliff Road; subject to a mortgage to (2).
Endorsed: as M3297

FURTHER MORTGAGE  M3300  4 May 1880

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Charles Ellis Hall (as M3299)
2. Phipes
Bolton
Franklin
As M3296
Arthur Walker, of 75 Queens Road, Dalston, estate agent.
Trustees of the Brunswick Mutual Benefit Building Society.
Further charge on the property in M3299
Endorsed: as M3297

ABSTRACT OF TITLE  M3301  1938

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
(Covering 1885 - 1935)
Title of Henry Arthur Benyon to No. 67 Cleveland Road, De Beauvoir Town.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3302  30 Oct 1835

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Samuel Moxon of Manchester, merchant
John Clabon of Mark Lane, City of London, gent.
Executors of Samuel Smith of Charlotte Street, Portland Place, Mdx.
2. Sir Samuel Scott
Samuel Scott
Co-partners of "Sir Claude Scott Baronet and Company"
3. Manners Benson Cood of Upper Stamford Street, Surrey, esq.
(1), with (2) as mortgagees, assign to (3) a lease of No. 2 Trafalgar Place, Hackney Road.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASES  M3303  14 Jul 1852

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Elizabeth Cood of Belvoir St. Heliers, Jersey, widow of M.B. Cood.
2. Frederic Wildbore of High Street, Shoreditch, gent.
(1) assigns to (2) her leases of Nos 2 and 3 Trafalgar Place, Hackney Road.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3304  8 May 1862

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Frederic Wildbore, now of 1 Trafalgar Place East.
2. William Sampson
Thomas Matthew Sampson
Of Wades Place, Hackney Road, timber merchants.
(1) assigns to (2) the lease of No. 2 Trafalgar Place.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3305  18 Jul 1866

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. William Sampson
2. Thomas Matthew Sampson
Of Hackney Road, timber merchants
(1) assigns to (2) his share of the lease in M3304

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3306  10 Sep 1878

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Thomas Matthew Sampson, of Marlborough Villa, Lea Bridge Road, gent.
2. Frederick Wallace of 243 Hackney Road, Mdx., surgeon.
(1) assigns to (2) the lease of No. 2 Trafalgar Villas, now No. 241 Hackney Road.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3307  28 Nov 1890

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Frederick Wallace, of 96 Cazenove Read, Stamford Hill and of 243 Hackney Road, surgeon.
2. Symon Jacobs of 239 Hackney Road, boot and shoe manufacturer
(1) assigns to (2) the lease of No. 241 Hackney Road.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3308  21 Nov 1906

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Samuel Silver of 93 King Edward Road, South Hackney, gent.
George Solomon, of 50 Northolme Road, Highbury, Mdx., picture frame manufacturer.
2. Rebecca Solomon (wife of George).
Under the will of Simon Jacobs, (1) as his executors assign to (2) the lease of No. 241 Hackney Road.

LEASE for 41½ years  M3309  3 Feb 1877

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Frederic Wildbore, of 245 Hackney Road, esq.
2. Henry Richard Kelsey of 59 King Edwards Road, Hackney, esq.
(1) sub-leases to (2) No. 239 Hackney Road [i.e. No. 3 Trafalgar Place - see M3303].

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3310  18 Nov 1878

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Henry Richard Kelsey, new of The Drive, Walthamstow, Essex.
2. Simon Jacobs, of 11 Great Cambridge Street, wholesale boot manufacturer.
(1) assigns to (2) the lease in M3309.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3311  21 Nov 1906

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Silver
Solomon
2. Solomon
As M3308
As in M3308, (1) assign to (2) the lease in M3309.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3312  5 Mar 1909

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Mary Ann Rider, of 21 Crossfield Road, Eton Avenue, Co. London, widow.
2. George Solomon of 239 Hackney Road, and Rebecca his wife.
(1) assigns to (2) the lease of No. 239 Hackney Road (formerly No. 3 Trafalgar Place) which had been held by Frederic Wildbore (see M3303)

PAPERS  M3313  1937 - 1950

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
Papers concerning Land Charges etc. for Nos. 239 and 243 Hackney Road.

MORTGAGE  M3314  29 Oct 1867

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. George Rumball, of 77 Albien Road, Dalston, bank clerk.
2. Edward Bull, of 89 Shoreditch [High Street] esq.
Joseph William Ford of the London and County Bank, Shoreditch, banker.
Trustees of the City and North East London Mutual Benefit Building Society.
2. Alfred Turner of 15 Upper East Smithfield, stationer
Trustees of the City and North East London Mutual Benefit Building Society.
(1) mortgages to (2) No. 32, Montague Road, Dalston, (leasehold).
Endorsed: Discharge of above mortgage, 187 -

LEASE for 99 years  M3315  9 Jun 1868

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. William Amhurst Tyssen Amhurst, of Didlington Hall, Norfolk, esq.
2. George Holmes, of Norfolk Road, Shacklewell, builder.
(1) leases to (2) a house on the east side of Amhurst Road [? No. 164] which (2) has built.

COPY LEASE for 999 years  M3316  orig. 5 Apr 1867

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Philip Francis Dart of 6 Francis Terrace, Wick Road, Hackney, gent.
2. William Davies of 10 Victoria [Park] Road, Hackney, builder.
(1) leases to (2) a piece of land east of Wallis Road, and another between [Windsor Road and Prince Edward Road], on which (2) is to build twelve four-roomed cottages with kitchens and washhouses.
Plan

LEASE for 999 years  M3317  3 Jul 1867

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. William Davies, of 10 Victoria Park Road, Hackney, builder.
2. Joseph Buckley of 156 Cheapside, City of London, gent.
(1) leases to (2) two plots of land, part of the property in M3316, on which (2) is to build two four-roomed shops with kitchens and washhouses. [New 69 Wallis Road and 150 Berkshire Road.]
Endorsed: Assignment of the above lease to David Howell of 156 Cheapside, City of London, gent, subject to M3318. 7 Aug 1867
Plan

LEASE for 99 years  M3318  7 Aug 1867

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Joseph Buckley (as M3317)
2. Arthur Prime, of 10 Victoria Park Road, Hackney, builder.
(1) underleases to (2) the properties in M3317. (2) is to build the shops.
Plan

LEASE for 999 years  M3319  31 Aug 1867; 20 Sep 1867

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Davies
2. Buckley
As M3317
(1) leases to (2) two plots of ground on the east side of Wallis Road, south of the property in M3317, on which (2) is to build two four-roomed houses with kitchens and washhouses. [Now Nos. 65 and 67 Wallis Road].
Plan
Endorsed: Assignment of the above lease to David Howell (see M3317), subject to M3320.
Plan

LEASE for 99 years  M3320  9 Sep 1867

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Buckley
2. Prime
As M3318
(1) underleases to (2) the property in M3319. (2) is to complete the partly-built houses.
Plan

COPY ASSIGNMENT OF LEASES  M3321  orig. 1 Jul 1869

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Arthur Prime of Wallis Road, Hackney Wick, builder
2. David Howell, of 156 Cheapside, City of London, gent.
(1) assigns to (2) the leases in M3318 and M3320, and a further lease (from William Davies) of eight partly-erected messuages.
Endorsed: Memorandum concerning M3322

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASES  M3322  18 Jan 1871

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. David Howell, now of 82 Cheapside, City of London, gent.
2. Isaac Mears, late of 74 Margaret Street, Hackney, now of Wallis Road, Hackney Wick, house decorator.
(1) assigns to (2) the 99 year leases of the four messuages (M3318 and M3320)
Plan

MORTGAGE  M3323  13 Mar 1871

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Isaac Mears (as M3322)
2. George Augustus Barrell of Barking, Essex, gent.
(1) mortgages to (2) the lease in M3320, and a lease of No. 7 Chapman Road.

MORTGAGE  M3324  14 Mar 1871

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Isaac Mears (as M3322)
2. William Frederick Ward, of Union Bank Chambers, Carey Street, Lincolns Inn, Mdx, gent.
(1) mortgages to (2) the lease in M3318, and further mortgages No. 7 Chapman Road.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASES  M3325  9 Nov 1874

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. W.F. Ward, now of 10 Bedford Rew, Mdx.
2. John Tyler of Leyton, Essex, executor of G.A. Burrell
3. Isaac Mears of 1 Wallis Road, Hackney Wick, house decorator.
4. Frederick Robinson, of 17 Cambridge Road, Mile End, Mdx., butcher.
(1) and (2) as mortgagees, and (3) as owner, assign to (4) the leases in M3318 and 3320, and the lease of No. 7 Chapman Road.

MORTGAGE  M3326  23 Feb 1886

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Frederick Robinson, of Cambridge Villa, Oliver Road, Leyton, gent.
2. Charles Bond of 11 Earl Street, Watford, Herts, watchmaker
John Robert Jefferies, of Biggleswade, Beds., watchmaker.
(1) mortgages to (2) the leases in M3318 and 3320, and also freehold property in Granby Place, Abbey Street and Derbyshire Street, Bethnal Green.
Endorsed: Discharge of the above mortgage. 1 Aug 1889

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASES  M3327  8 Jan 1907

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. William Henry Roff, of 105 Mile End Road, Mdx, undertaker
William Frederick Ward, of 10 Norfolk Street, Strand, Mdx., solicitor.
Executors of Frederick Robinson
2. Samuel Davis, of 71 Felstead Street, Hackney Wick, baker.
(1) assign to (2) the 99-year leases in M3318 and 3320. The properties are now known as No. 150 Berkshire Road, No. 69 Wallis Road and No. 1 Prince Edward Road; and Nos. 65 and 67 Wallis Road.

CONVEYANCE  M3328  9 May 1922

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Joseph Leete, of 14 Oakhill Avenue, Hampstead, Co. London, gent.
Francis Leete of Wadhurst, Sussex, gent.
2. Frederick Davis of 20 Gainsborough Road, Homerton, Co. London, commercial clerk.
The freehold of the properties in M3327 had been conveyed by Joseph Henry Dart (of M3316) to Francis Leete. (1) as his executors convey the property to (2), subject to the 99-year leases. (The 999-year leases appear to have been acquired by Francis Leete.)
Plan

MEMORANDUM  M3329  9 May 1922

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
Note of restrictive covenants referred to in M3328.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3330  8 Feb 1893

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Percival John Alsten, of Oak Villa, 3 Navarine Road, Hackney
2. Charles Frederick Townend Gibbens, formerly of 8 Powerscroft Road, Clapton, now of 33 Denver Road, Stamford Hill, commercial clerk.
3. Minnie Leenora Gibbens, wife of (2)
(1) as mortgagee and (2) assign to (3) a lease for 90 years of Nos. 10 and 12 Coopersale Road, Homerton.

MORTGAGE  M3331  9 Feb 1890

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. M.L. Gibbons (as M3330)
2. The Bow and Stratford 205th Starr Bowkett Building Society.
(1) mortgages to (2) the property in M3332.
Endorsed: Discharge of the above mortgage. 7 Nov 1898

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3332  25 Mar 1899

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Minnie Leonora Gibbons, now of 110 Hillfield Avenue, Hornsey, Co. London.
2. George Clary Emmen of 230 High Street, Shoreditch, restaurant keeper.
(1) assigns to (2) the lease of the property in M3330.

LEASE for 96½ years  M3333  22 Feb 1877

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. The Ecclesiastical Commissioners
2. Henry Adolphus Wickes of 41 Finsbury Park Road, Mdx., timber merchant.
(1) lease to (2) No. 45 Adolphus Road, which (2) is building.
Plan

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3334  16 Dec 1898

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Clarence Richard Halse of 61 Cheapside, City of London, gent.
2. Emma Bushnell, wife of James Bushnell, of 32 Myddleton Square, Mdx, law stationer.
(1) assigns to (2) the lease in M3333.
Schedule: of deeds, including assignments and mortgages.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3335  15 Jun 1908

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Francis Henry Draper Bushnell, of 19 Sparsholt Road, Creuch Hill, Mdx, registrar in Secretary's office at G.P.O.
Herbert Edgar King of 45 Adolphus Road, Finsbury Park, commercial traveller.
2. Thomas Smith of 36 Duncan Terrace, Islington, gent.
(1) as executors of Emma Bushnell assign to (2) the lease in M3333.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3336  25 Apr 1912

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763


Related information: See also M3369 and M3375

Contents:
1. Thomas Smith, now of 275 City Road, Turkish Baths proprietor.
2. Elizabeth Wallington, of 212 Green Lanes, Co. London, wife of Howard Wallington, gent.
(1) assigns to (2) the lease in M3333.

CONVEYANCE  M3337  20 Aug 1872

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Thomas Clift of Stew on the Wold, Glos.
2. William White of Henrietta Cottage, S. James' Road, Croydon, London City Missionary, and Henrietta Augusta his wife.
3. Thomas Clift (as 1)
4. Thomas John Coward of Guildhall Chambers, City of London, gent.
5. Christian Philipp Gleck of Broadway, Deptford, Kent, port butcher.
6. Thomas Clift (as 1)
William White (as 2)
7. Eliza Margaret Clift (address as 2)
8. Thomas Clift (as 1)
Leonard Clifford of Fifield, Oxon, coal merchant.
9. Alexander Towne junior, of 354 Kingsland Road, Hackney, surgeon.
John Caspar Shum bequeathed No. 24 Kingsland Crescent (now 354 Kingsland Road) in trust for his daughter Harriet Clift and her heirs. (1-8) are the trustees, heirs, and persons to whom interests in the property have been assigned. They convey the property to (9).

CONVEYANCE  M3338  14 Nov 1893

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Annie Lucy Towne of 128 Rectory Road, Stoke Newington.
2. A.L. Towne (as 1)
Francis Korn, formerly of Osbaldeston Road, Clapton, now of 73 Dunsmure Road, Stamford Hill, merchants clerk.
3. Isidor Hacker, of 36 Norfolk Road, Dalston, engineer.
(1), the widow of Alexander Towne, and (2) as his executors and trustees, convey to (3) No. 354 Kingsland Road.

MORTGAGE  M3339  14 Nov 1893

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Hacker (as M3338)
2. George Herbert Naunton of 75 Cheapside, City of London, gent.
(1) mortgages to (2) No. 354 Kingsland Road.
Endorsed: Discharge of the above mortgage. 7 Dec 1894

MORTGAGE  M3340  7 Dec 1894

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Isidor Hacker, of 354 Kingsland Road, engineer
2. John Northfield of 69 Crouch Hill, Mdx, gas collector.
(1) mortgages to (2) No. 354 Kingsland Road.
Endorsed: Discharge of the above mortgage. 13 May 1900

SECOND MORTGAGE  M3341  6 Jun 1895

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Hacker (as M3340)
2. Naunton (see M3339) now of 58 Cheapside.
(1) mortgages to (2) No. 354 Kingsland Road, subject to the mortgage in M3340.
Endorsed: Discharge of the above mortgage and that in M3342. 31 May 1900

FURTHER MORTGAGE  M3342  22 Oct 1895

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. As M3341
2. As M3341
Further charge on the mortgage in M3341.

AGREEMENT  M3343  22 Jan 1900

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Isidor Hacker of 354 Kingsland Road, gentleman
2. Arthur Shelly of 12 Hyde Road, Hoxton, furrier.
(2) owns No. 352 Kingsland Road, and wishes to pull down the party wall at the rear of Nos. 352 and 354, and to build a wall of his own. (1) agrees to this. (1) is to have the right to use this wall in the construction of buildings.

CONVEYANCE  M3344  4 Nov 1938

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Ida Hacker of 354 Kingsland Road, E8, widow
2. Flora (Florence) Clipstein of 290 Kingsland Road, married woman.
(1) conveys to (2) No. 354 Kingsland Road.

CONVEYANCE (photocopy)  M3345  31 Dec 1864

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Mary Ann Herbert, of 88 Bishopsgate Street Without, City of London, spinster.
2. Elizabeth Herbert of 8 Princes Road, Notting Hill, Mdx, spinster.
3. Harriett Helen Herbert (address as (2), spinster.
4. George Hawkins (address as 1), merchant.
James McFarlane of Dunfermline, Fife, North Britain, writer.
5. The North London Railway Co.
(1-3) as beneficial owners, and (4) as trustees, convey to (5) No. 191 Kingsland Road (west side), with warehouse, granary and stable; the site of the recently-demolished Bull P.H., on the corner of Kingsland Road and Edward Street, and five messuages in Edward Street, Shoreditch.
Plan

LEASE for 64½ years  M3346  22 Jun 1874

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. The North London Railway Co.
2. Robert Pittman, of 9 Kingsland Road, Mdx, builder.
(1) lease to (2) Nos. 4 and 5 Edward Street (south side).
Plan

COUNTERPART of M3346  M3347  7 Jul 1913

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
Attached: Consent by Henry Templer Thomson, now the landlord, for Louisa Maria Pitman, now the lessee, to make alterations to the properties.

CONVEYANCE  M3348  4 Jul 1879

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. The North London Railway Company.
2. Thomas Thomson of South Eden Park, Beckenham, Kent, gent.
(1) convey to (2) the freehold of Nos. 3 and 5 Drysdale Street (formerly 4 and 5 Edward Street), subject to the lease in M3346.

LEASE for 21 years  M3349  24 Mar 1888

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. George Cleave, of Half Way House Inn, Hemel Hempstead, Herts, licensed victualler.
2. William Tringham Wingrove, of Hemel Hempstead, gent.
3. Alfred Clifford, of 35 Charles Square, Hoxton, fried fish vendor.
(1) and (2) lease to (3) No. 35 Charles Square, Hoxton.

LEASE for 61 years  M3350  21 Feb 1888

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Henry Gerard, Baron Alington, of Crichel, Dorset.
2. Francis Gibson
Thomas Gibson
Alexander Gibson
Of 213 New North Road, Hoxton, dairymen
(1) leases to (2) No. 213 New North Road, with buildings at the rear. (2) have improved the property.
Plan

ASSIGNMENT  M3351  3 Apr 1891

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Alexander Gibson
2. Francis Gibson
Thomas Gibson
Of 213 New North Road, dairymen
(1) assigns to (2) his share of the lease in M3350.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3352  29 May 1914

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Thomas Gibson of 213 New North Road, wholesale dairyman.
2. The Wilts United Dairies Ltd, of Bythesen Road, Trowbridge, Wilts.
Francis Gibson has died. (1) assigns the lease in M3350 to (2), having also agreed to sell them his wholesale dairy business with the goodwill.

ABSTRACT OF DEEDS  M3353  1917

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
Deeds executed by Lord Alington relating to estates in Shoreditch and elsewhere.
(No details of properties, except a mention of Nos. 93-221 (odd) New North Road.) Covers 1895 - 1914.

SALE PARTICULARS  M3354  1917

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
The Hexton Estate of Lord Alington (of M3576-3577). With contract by Ada Marg Maggs, of 17 Briardale Gardens, Hampstead, NW, to purchase the freehold of No. 213 New North Road.
Plans

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3355  2 Jun 1933

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Wilts United Dairies Ltd, of 31 S. Patersburgh Place, Bayswater, Co. London.
2. United Dairies Ltd (of the same address).
(1) assign to (2) the lease in M3350.

MORTGAGE  M3356  3 Dec 1872

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. William Derby Sterling, of 28 Woodbridge Street, Clerkenwell, Mdx, gas fitter.
2. George Moore of 21 S. John's Square, Clerkenwell.
George South Howard of 63 Barbican, City of London.
George Brotherton of 11 Spencer Street, Clerkenwell
Trustees of the Society of Equality No. 6 Benefit Building Society
(1) mortgages to (2) No. 86 Lilford Road, Stoke Newington (leasehold - ninety year lease).
Endorsed: Discharge of the mortgage. 16 Mar 1880

LEASE for 21 years  M3357  20 Dec 1872

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Sterling (as M3356)
2. Welden Thomas John Broughton, of 6 Lowell Street, Albion Road, Stoke Newington, commercial traveller
(1) leases to (2) No. 86 Lilford Road, Green Lanes, Stoke Newington. (2) has the option of determining the lease.
Note at base: "Cancelled 18 Sep 1885"

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3358  24 Jun 1890

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Jane Sterling, of 31 Courtney Road, Drayton Park, Mdx, widow.
2. Edward Crouch of Rosomon Street, Clerkenwell, boot and shoe manufacturer.
(1) assigns to (2) the lease (mentioned in M3356) of No. 86 Winston Road, formerly Lilford Road.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3359  7 Jun 1901

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Frank George Harris of 7 Colebrooke Row, Co. London, civil servant.
2. Arthur Vyvyan Brown, of 6 Lavell Street, Co. London, printers manager.
(1), as executors of Edward Crouch, assigns to (2) the ninety year lease of No. 86 Winston Road.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3360  5 Jun 1877

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. The Temperance Permanent Building Society, of 4 Ludgate Hill, City of London.
2. Edward Hewitt of 97 Church Road, Essex Road, Islington, commercial traveller.
(1) assign to (2) a lease of No. 6 Springdale Road (formerly No. 6 Aden Grove North), Stoke Newington.

MORTGAGE  M3361  14 Jul 1877

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Hewitt
2. T.P.B.S.
As M3360
(1) mortgages to (2) the leasehold assigned in M3360.
Endorsed: Further mortgage. 4 Apr 1879

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3362  8 Nov 1880

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Edward Hewitt, now of 362 Essex Road, Islington, commercial traveller.
2. The Temperance Permanent Building Society
3. William Everett, of 84 Kings Road, Brighton, Sussex, hatters manager
(1) and (2) assign to (3) the lease of No. 6 Springdale Road.

MORTGAGE  M3363  8 Nov 1880

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Everett (as M3362)
2. The Brighton and Southern Counties Permanent Building Society.
(1) mortgages to (2) the lease of No. 6 Springdale Road.
Endorsed: Discharge of the mortgage. 1 Jan 1890

ASSIGNMENT OF MORTGAGE  M3364  4 Apr 1899

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. William Everett, of 84 Kings Road, Brighton, Sussex, hatter
2. Emanuel Valentine, of 76 Highbury New Park, Mdx, gent.
(1) assigns to (2) the lease of No. 6 Springdale Road.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3365  29 Mar 1904

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Emmanuel Valentine, of 31 Hampton Road, Forest Gate, Essex, gent.
2. The National Provincial Bank of England Ltd.
3. Robert Joseph Colliver of 86 Brighton Road, Stoke Newington, engineer.
(1), and (2) as mortgagee, assign to (3) the lease of No. 6 Springdale Road.

MORTGAGE  M3366  29 Mar 1904

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Colliver (as M3366)
2. The Clapham Permanent Building Society
(1) Mortgages to (2) the lease of No. 6 Springdale Road.
Endorsed: Discharge of the above mortgage. 26 Mar 1917

MORTGAGE  M3367  2 Sep 1879

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Charles David Lavington, of Finsbury Park Villas, Stoke Newington, builder.
2. Edward Wharmby of Stroud Green Road, Hornsey, gent.
(1) mortgages to (2) No. 5 Woodberry Grove, Stoke Newington (leasehold).

ASSIGNMENT OF MORTGAGE  M3368  16 Aug 1906

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. James Gilbert Sandiford of York House, Old Dover Road, Canterbury, Kent, brewers traveller.
2. Sandiford (as 1)
Walter Culverwell, of 28 Church Road, Richmond, Surrey, gent.
(1) as executor of Edward Wharmby assigns to (2) the mortgage in M3368.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3369  26 Apr 1911

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Sandiford
Culverwell
As M3369
2. Elizabeth Wallington, wife of Howard Wallington, of 210 Green Lanes, Finsbury Park [see also M3336].
(1) assign to (2) the lease of No. 5 Woodberry Grove, discharged from equity of redemption.

MORTGAGE  M3370  2 Jun 1881

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Juanita Isabel Lindsay-Simpson, of 9 Oxford Road, Upper Tollington Park, Mdx., spinster.
2. Janet Dickinson, of 7 Calverley Terrace, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, widow.
James Johnstone Bourne, of Viewlands, Tunbridge Wells, esq.
(1) mortgages to (2) No. 11 Woodberry Grove, Stoke Newington (leasehold).
Endorsed: (a) Memorandum of entry on the register of assignments for the Prebendal Manor and Estate of Stoke Newington.
(b) Discharge of the above mortgage. 31 Oct 1884

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3371  11 Jun 1890

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Juanita Isabel Lindsay-Simpson of "Glencairn", 11 Woodberry Grove, Stoke Newington, spinster.
2. John Robb of Woodberry Grove, gent.
(1) assigns to (2) her lease of No. 11 Woodberry Grove.

MORTGAGE  M3372  12 Jun 1890

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Robb (as M3271)
2. The Warehousemen and Clerks Permanent Building Society.
(1) mortgages to (2) No. 11 Woodberry Grove (leasehold).
Endorsed: Discharge of the above mortgage, by the Society and its liquidators. 17 Aug 1894

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3373  9 Jun 1896

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. John Robb, of 11 Woodberry Grove.
2. Julia Catherine Maria Polkinghorne, of 38 Wray Crescent, Tollington Park, Mdx, wife of Edwin Sherman Polkinghorne.
(1) assigns to (2) the lease of No. 11 Woodberry Grove.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3374  27 Feb 1926

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Julia Catherina Maria Polkinghorne, now of 7 Glebe Avenue, Enfield
2. William Morris Lloyd, of 11 Woodberry Grove, Finsbury Park, electrical engineers fitter.
(1) assigns to (2) the lease of No. 11 Woodberry Grove.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3375  15 Dec 1932

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Ellen Kate Preston of 11 Woodberry Grove, widow.
2. Frances Elizabeth Acton Pardoe, of 5 Woodberry Grove, spinster.
Douglas Howard Pardoe Stevenson, of 45 Adolphus Road, Finsbury Park, N 4, schoolmaster.
[See also M3333-M3336]
(1), who had purchased the lease of 11 Woodberry Grove from W.M. Lloyd, assigns it to (2).

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3376  18 Nov 1898

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Henry Perry, of 39 Jenner Road, Stoke Newington, gent.
2. Arthur Hyatt, of 164 Hackney Road, Mdx, gent.
(1) assigns to (2) a lease of No. 80 Kyverdale Road.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3377  3 Feb 1899

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Hyatt (as M3376)
2. Edward Kates Nelson Snell, of 35 Oakfield Road, Hackney Down, gent.
(1) assigns to (2) the lease of No. 80 Kyverdale Road.

MORTGAGE  M3378  4 Feb 1899

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. Snell (as M3377)
2. The Second Rock Union Mutual Benefit Building Society.
(1) mortgages to (2) the lease of No. 80 Kyverdale Road.

REASSIGNMENT  M3379  23 Feb 1901

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. The Building Society (as M3378)
2. E.K.N. Snell, now of 8 Reaton Road, Walthamstow, Essex.
Discharge of the mortgage in M3378.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3380  23 Feb 1901

Former reference: B.R.A. 1763

Contents:
1. E.K.N. Snell, now of 80 Kyverdale Road.
2. Elizabeth Nurse of 119 Mount Pleasant Lane, Upper Clapton, wife of Henry Merrit Nurse.
3. Emily Bradshaw of 223 Evering Road, Stoke Newington, spinster.
(1) had agreed to assign the lease of No. 80 Kyverdale Road to (2), but at (2)'s request he now assign it to (3).

Documents relating to land in Stamford Hill and Members of the Gibbs family, Horgrave family and Morison family  M3381-M3388  1778-1929

Conditions of copying: Nothing to be published without the depositor's permission

RELEASE (lease missing)  M3381  23 Dec 1778

Former reference: B.R.A. 1846

Contents:
1. Sarah Fletcher of Basingstoke, Hants., spinster.
2. Thomas Smith of Burr Street, S. Botolph without Aldgate, Mdx., coal merchant.
(1) Conveys to (2) a messuage with out buildings and grounds and a piece of meadow or pasture, at Stamford Hill.
Plan

LEASE and RELEASE  M3382-M3383  23-24 Mar 1803

Former reference: B.R.A. 1846

Contents:
1. Ann Smith of Prescot Street, Goodmans Fields, Mdx. widow and executrix of Thomas Smith.
2. Richard Smith of Basinghall, Street, City of London, gent, eldest son of Thomas Smith.
3. Ann Morgan of Kensington, Mdx., widow (Not party to the lease).
4. Samuel Moor of Bells Lane, Stamford Hill, gent.
5. John Beech of Curtain Road, Shoreditch, surgeon, trustee for (4)
(1) and (2) convey to (4) and (5) the property in M3381, which is at Bell's Lane, Stamford Hill. (3) surrenders her lease of the property. The occupier of the neighbouring messuage is to have right of way through the orchard and field.

BOND in £1,000  M3384  13 Apr 1804

Former reference: B.R.A. 1846

Contents:
1. Francis Hargrave of Stamford Hill, publican.
2. Thomas Hargrave of the Ipswich Arms, Cullum Street, City of London, victualler.
(1) is bound to pay (2) £500.
Overwritten: Draft of a similar bond by (1) to John Craven of Stamford Hill.
Endorsed: Receipts for repayment.

FINAL CONCORD  M3385  Nov. 1830

Former reference: B.R.A. 1846

Contents:
1. John Symonds, plaintiff
2. Mary Hargrave, widow
Jane Hargrave, widow
Mary Ann Hargrave, spinster
Elizabeth Hargrave, spinster
Deforciants
(2) acknowledge the right of (1) to ten messuages, six cottages, twenty acres of land, twenty acres of meadow, ten acres of pasture, and common of pasture, all in Hackney.

EXTRACT FROM WILL  M3386  1857

Former reference: B.R.A. 1846

Contents:
Extract from the will of Nicholas Carter Morrison of Chelsea, bequeathing all property which he holds as trustee to his executors.
Original will 4 Mar 1857
Original probate 11 June 1857

COPY SURVEY  M3387  22 Oct 1919

Former reference: B.R.A. 1846

Contents:
Survey and valuation of freehold properties and ground rents in Hackney, the estate of David Cecil Gibbs deceased: Nos. 7, 9, 11, 17 Amhurst Road. Nos. 19 Amhurst Road ("Earl Amhurst" P.H.) Stables between 19 Amhurst Road and 1 Aspland Grove. Nos. 1-44 (odd and even) Aspland Grove.

CORRESPONDENCE  M3388  1925-1929

Former reference: B.R.A. 1846

Contents:
Letters and related papers from Messrs. Kearsey, Hawes & Wilkinson to Mrs. Gosnell (formerly Gibbs) concerning the disposal of the Hackney estate and other financial matters. [See also LBH/C/21]

AGREEMENT  M3389  6 Feb 1697

Source of acquisition: Transferred from Ar


Contents:
Agreement by the parishes of Hackney and Shoreditch to accept the arbitration of Francis Tyssen, Alexander Pitfield and William Withers concerning the parish boundary near Balmes.
This is Hackney's copy of the agreement. For a transcript of Shoreditch's copy, see M1549.

LETTER  M3390  Feb 1844

Source of acquisition: Transferred from Cr


Contents:
J.H. Burn, 27 Castle Street, Leicester Square, to [John] Ware.
The writer is illustrating Ellis's History of Shoreditch for Mr. Percival of Lombard Street, and asks for a copy of Chassereau's map.

LETTER  M3391  26 Feb 1844

Source of acquisition: Transferred from Cr


Contents:
Henry Edwards, Clerk's Office, Shoreditch Workhouse, to J.H. Burn.
(Reply to M3390) A copy of Chassereau's map can be supplied; the plate is kept at the church. A history of the parochial school has recently been published. Draws attention to the remaining fragment of Holywell Priory.

HISTORICAL NOTES  M3392  n.d

Source of acquisition: Transferred from Cr


Contents:
Loose sheet of notes on the White House, Hoxton Town [probably built c. 1610]

PLAN  M3393  n.d. 17th cent

Source of acquisition: Transferred from Br


Contents:
Plan of Prebend Field and Hatter Field, ? in Islington, abutting on the Great Lane, Water Lane and the New River.

MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE  M3394  20 Apr 1881

Contents:
Marriage of Thomas Buckmaster and Sarah Ann Willcocks, at S. Augustine, South Hackney.

BIRTH CERTIFICATE  M3395  19 Jan 1895

Contents:
Birth certificate (for educational purposes) of Sarah Ann Buckmaster, daughter of the couple in M3394, born 1882.

HISTORICAL NOTES  M3396  n.d

Source of acquisition: Transferred from Br


Contents:
Two notes, concerning:
(a) Thomas Briggs, Prebendery of Harlesden and Newington.
(b) The demesne lands of the prebend of Newington.

APPRENTICESHIP INDENTURE  M3397  25 Feb 1873

Source of acquisition: Deposited by L.B. Waltham Forest; 1979/12


Contents:
1. Emma Oram of 5 Willow Walk, Shoreditch.
2. Stephen Gaffney, son of (1).
3. George Avery Hayman, of Hayman Bros. & Lilly, 19 Cross Street, Hatton Garden.
(2) is apprenticed to (3) to learn printing as a pressman. (1) is to provide for (2), who will be paid wages by (3).
Endorsed: "Gaffney called Oram, Jan 1/73"

DIARY ENTRIES (Photocopy)  M3398  1882

Source of acquisition: Supplied by L.B. Waltham Forest, Oct 1978.


Contents:
Entries in the diary of William Crooker describing Queen Victoria's train passing Hackney Station on 6 May, and a visit to Charles Square, Hoxton on 10 June.

DIARY (Photocopy)  M3399  1879

Source of acquisition: Supplied by L.B. Waltham Forest, Oct 1978


Contents:
Diary of Reinetta Hoone, who lived with her family in Hackney until September 1879 when they moved to Walthamstow. At the beginning of the year she was studying at the [? Clapton] School of Art, and learning to tint photographs; from March she was doing the latter as paid employment. She attended the chapel of The Rev. J. De Kewer Williams.

PEDIGREE  M3400  1977

Source of acquisition: Deposited by Mr. H.S. Pocock, 1977


Contents:
Pedigree of the Pocock family of Shoreditch etc, 1673 - [1977]

LEASE for 65 years  M3401  20 Jun 1829

Source of acquisition: Purchased August 1976


Contents:
1. Rev. Edward Cooper of Hamstall Ridware, Staffs, clerk.
Edward William Wynne Pendarves, of Pendarves, Cornwall, esq.
Alexander Macdougall of Parliament Street, Westminster, Mdx, esq.
Matthew Richard Chessall, of Nottingham Street, S. Marylebone, Mdx, gent.
2. Edward Cooper (as 1)
3. Robert Davies of Leyton, Essex, gent.
(1) and (2) lease to (3) their interests in Nos. 187,188 and 189 Shoreditch High Street, with warehouses at the rear, and the site of the former Weavers Court (three small tenements). (3), who re-erected the buildings, also owns an interest in the property.

COUNTERPART of M3401  M3402  20 Jun 1829

Source of acquisition: Purchased August 1976


LIST OF DEEDS ETC.  M3403  n.d

Source of acquisition: Purchased August 1976


Contents:
"The Account of the writings Relating to the Parish" [of Shoreditch.]. Lists deeds, bonds etc. concerning parish charities.
e. 18th cent

ABSTRACTS OF DEEDS  M3404  n.d [c. 1745]

Source of acquisition: Purchased August 1976


Contents:
Abstracts of deeds relating to parish properties 1666-1721 ( ?incomplete).
Endorsed: Dr. Denne's memorandum of Writings in the Chest in the Vestry Room".

COPY SENTENCE  M3405  n.d [c. 1778]

Source of acquisition: Purchased August 1976


Contents:
Copy of the sentence of the Bishops of London consecrating the new burial ground beside the workhouse at the Land of Promise, 1778.

LEASE for 88 years (from 1849)  M3406  15 Oct 1850

Source of acquisition: Deposited by Farrer & Co, 1975


Contents:
1. Andrew Pritchard of Canonbury Lane, Mdx, gent.
2. Rev. George Palmer Lockwood, of Tryons Place, South Hackney, clerk.
Thomas Craven of Tryons Place, South Hackney, gent.
Richard Davies of Well Street, South Hackney, gent.
George Roger Longden of Well Street, South Hackney, gent.
Henry Turner of Well Street, South Hackney, gent.
(1) leases to (2) a new messuage used as an infants school, on the south side of Ada Street, South Hackney. (2) covenant that the land and buildings will only be used for an infants school and teacher's residence, and for divine service (Church of England), or for a private dwelling.
Plan

DECLARATION OF TRUST  M3407  30 Oct 1850

Source of acquisition: Deposited by Farrer & Co, 1975


Contents:
1. Henry Handley Norris, clerk, Rector of South Hackney.
2. (The second parties in M3406)
(1) has paid for the building of the infants school, and for the granting of the lease in M3406. (2) declare that they hold the property to be used as an infants school for the benefit of the poorer classes of the parishioners of South Hackney; or alternatively that the revenue from the property shall be paid to the parish.

CONVEYANCE  M3408  30 Sep 1871

Source of acquisition: Deposited by Farrer & Co, 1975


Contents:
1. The Great Eastern Railway Co.
2. Rev. John Buckley Podmore, vicar of S. Michael and All Angels, South Hackney.
John Sugars of 125 Richmond Road, Hackney, esq.
Rev. Charles Thomas Frampton of Chichester, Sussex, clerk.
(1) convey to (2) two pieces of land on the north side of Lamb Lane, Hackney [the site of S. Michael's vicarage]. In return (2) agree to set back the roadway of Lamb Lane (which leads to the new railway station) along this and the adjoining piece of land.
Plan

CONVENANT TO PRODUCE DEEDS  M3409  14 Nov 1872

Source of acquisition: Deposited by Farrer & Co, 1975


Contents:
1. The Great Eastern Railway Co.
2. The Vicar and Chapelwardens of S. Michael and All Angels, South Hackney.
(1) covenant to produce on request deeds relating to lands [near those in M3408].
Endorsed: Memorandum that on 16 Jan 1873, the indenture was covenanted to be produced to the London School Board.

MORTGAGE  M3410  23 Sep 1831

Source of acquisition: Deposited by L.B. Lewisham, per L.B. Tower Hamlets, 1976


Contents:
1. John Cadogan Keene of Crooked Billet Yard, Kingsland Road, Mdx, builder.
2. John Brutton of Stonehouse Barracks, Plymouth, Devon, Lieut. R.M.
(1) mortgages to (2) four messuages on the south side of East Street, Goldsmiths Row, Shoreditch (corner of Maidstone Street) of which (1) holds a lease.

LEASE for 62 years  M3411  1847

Source of acquisition: Deposited by L.B. Lewisham, per L.B. Tower Hamlets, 1976.


Contents:
1. John Brutton of Mount Radford, S. Leonard's parish [Exeter], Devon, esq.
2. William Davis Collins of 40, Old Castle Street, Bethnal Green, builder.
(1) leases to (2) the property in M3410, on which (2) is building six more messuages.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3412  3 Jun 1878

Source of acquisition: Purchased 1978/3


Contents:
1. William Henry Middleton of 149 High Street, Stoke Newington, lead and glass merchant.
2. Robert Batterbee, of 87 Bishopsgate Street, City of London, hosier.
Alfred Partridge, of 167 Western Road, Brighton, Sussex, wine merchant.
(1) assigns to (2) a lease of the corner house of Anglian and Castlewood Roads, Upper Clapton.

COMMONPLACE BOOKS  M3413 - M3414  1769

Source of acquisition: Transferred from ER (Sage Bequest). 1978/4


Contents:
Two volumes, the first of verses, the second a mixture of verse and prose, some humorous. Compiler not named.

LETTER  M3415  22 Jun 1899

Source of acquisition: Donation from the P.E.F. Archives, January 1978


Contents:
Lord Amherst of Hackney to Sir George Armstrong, [Palestine Exploration Fund].
Regretfully declines to take the chair at a forthcoming meeting, as he cannot be sure he will be able to attend.

LEASE for 70 years  M3416  26 May 1849

Source of acquisition: Deposited by Mrs R.E. Noble, per L.B. Waltham Forest, 1979/11


Contents:
1. Joel Emmanuel of Bury Street, London, esq.
2. Stephen Bryan of Rahere Street, Goswell Road, Mdx, watchcase maker.
(1) leases to (2) two messuages on the north side of Richmond Road, Lamb Farm, Hackney, which (2) has built.
Plan

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3417  9 Nov 1844

Source of acquisition: 1979/11


Contents:
1. Bryan (as M3416)
2. Thomas Chamberlain of Richmond Road, Hackney, surveyor.
(1) assigns to (2) the lease of one of the messuages in M3416.
Plan

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3418  19 Dec 1884

Former reference: 1979/11

Contents:
1. Sarah Chamberlain of 11 Dacre Road, Forest Hill, Kent, spinster.
Bryan Chamberlain of Stanley Villa, Bonfield Road, Lewisham, Kent, gent.
Children and executors of Thomas Chamberlain
2. James Townsend Sinclair of Florence Villa, De Beauvoir Square, Mdx, auctioneer.
3. Alexander Mackay Morison of Walter Villa, 73 Forest Road, Dalston, gent.
(1) has contracted to assign to (2) the lease in M3416. At the request of (2), they now assign it to (3). (Thomas Chamberlain had purchased the lease of the second messuage in 1848.)

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M3419  20 Jun 1900

Former reference: 1979/11

Contents:
1. Jemima Hester Morison of Eton Croft, Dorking, Surrey, spinster.
2. James Chamberlain of 231 Queens Road, Dalston, gent.
3. Ann Knifton of 113 Hertford Road, Kingsland, widow.
(1) had contracted to assign to (2) the lease in M3416. At the request of (2) she assigns it to (3). The properties are now known as Nos. 45 and 47 Richmond Road.

ACCOUNT  M3420  July 1900

Former reference: 1979/11

Contents:
Account for legal expenses of (3) for the transaction in M3419.

TESTIMONIAL  M3421  Sep 1879

Source of acquisition: Deposited by S. Mary's Convent, Shernhall Street, Walthamstow, per L.B. Waltham Forest. 1979/10


Contents:
Illuminated testimonial (copy) to Mr. E.R. Thomerson, Superintendent of the Victoria Park Tabernacle Sunday School.

COPY INSTRUMENT  M3422  orig. 26 Mar 1833

Source of acquisition: Transferred from A Ref. 1979/13


Contents:
Instrument by the Commissioners for Building New Churches apportioning the Hackney charities among the newly divided parishes of Hackney, South Hackney and West Hackney.

LEASE for 99 years or three lives.  M3423  23 Mar 1633

Source of acquisition: Found at 130 Stoke Newington Church Street in 1959. Transferred from B Ref.


Contents:
1. Rt. Hon. Thomas, Lord Arundell of Warder [? Wardour], Wilts.
2. John Cox of Stower Preux, Dorset, gent.
(1) leases to (2) pasture and meadow grounds called Great Brache and the Little Braches (80 acres) part of Thornton Farm in the parish of Marnhull, Dorset. The timber is reserved to (1).
Endorsed: (a) "Swinford 4th March 1652 By William Hussey Steward there."
(b) "All the within mentioned lives are dead."

LETTER  M3424  n.d

Source of acquisition: Found at 130 Stoke Newington Church Street in 1959. Transferred from B Ref.


Contents:
17th cent
Michael Pul---- at Misterton to his cousin Sir John Spencer at Althropp [Althorp, Northants].
The writer is sorry for Sir John's illness, and is sending Mr. Doctor [--- thurst]. Hopes the matter between them can be settled. He intends to ask advice of the University of Oxford.

COPY WILL AND PROBATE  M3426  1806-1808

Former reference: B.R.A. 1041

Contents:
Will of Thomas Jones of Kingsland Place, Hackney, formerly of Green Street, Enfield Highway. He wishes to be buried in Cheshunt churchyard, near his wife. Property in Featherstone, Yorks, Cheshunt, Herts, Nazeing, Essex, and Edmonton, Mdx is bequeathed to trustees for his children. Other bequests to relations, servants and others.
Will dated 27 Sep 1806
Proved 22 Mar 1808

MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT  M3427  4 Dec 1834

Former reference: B.R.A. 1041

Contents:
1. George Harkness of Lloyds Coffee House, City of London, merchant.
2. Agnes Jane Buchanan of Ratcliffe, Mdx, spinster.
3. Benjamin Chandler of Sherborne, Dorset, banker.
Edward Turner of Sherborne, surgeon
4. Frederick George Richardson of Limehouse, Mdx, timber merchant.
Nathaniel Nicholls of Wood Street, Cheapside, City of London, merchant.
Andrew Buchanan of Ratcliffe, Mdx, surgeon.
William Naish Allford of Sherborne, gent.
In consideration of the intended marriage of (1) and (2), to which (3) as trustees of (2) have given their consent, (1) and (2) convey to (4) various sums in trust for themselves and their children. (2) makes a similar appointment concerning money settled on her by her father.
Endorsed: RELEASE 20 Mar 1877
(1) and his two children have died. (2) married secondly the Rev. Thomas Hugo, who has also died. (4)'s successors have transferred the trust monies to (2), who acknowledges receipt.

COPY WILL AND PROBATE  M3428  1854

Former reference: B.R.A. 1041

Contents:
Will of George Harkness, of 13 Provost Road, Hampstead. His property bequeathed to trustees for his wife and his son William Warwick Harkness.
Enclosed: related papers, including funeral accounts.
Will dated 6 Jun 1854
Proved 31 Jul 1854

RELEASE  M3429  15 Jan 1856

Former reference: B.R.A. 1041

Contents:
1. Agnes Jane Harkness, of 2 Woburn Villas, Victoria Park Road, Hackney, widow.
2. Andrew Buchanan of Heath House, Commercial Road, Stepney, Mdx, surgeon.
Thomas Blizzard Curling, of 39 Upper Grosvenor Street, Mdx, surgeon.
Henry Jeafferson of Finsbury Square, Mdx, doctor of medicine.
(1) acknowledges receipt from (2), the executors of her husband's will, of monies due to her.

APPOINTMENT OF TRUSTEE  M3430  1 Spr 1857

Former reference: B.R.A. 1041

Contents:
1. Agnes Jane Harkness of 20 Medina Villas, Hackney, widow.
William Warwick Harkness of 20 Medina Villas, surgeon.
2. Andrew Buchanan of 20 Medina Villas, doctor of medicine.
3. Thomas Blizzard Curling of 39 Grosvenor Street, Mdx, surgeon.
Henry Jeafferson (as M3429)
John Holt of Broad Street, Ratcliff, Mdx, esq.
John Holt is appointed a trustee under the will of George Harkness, in place of (2).

BOND IN £2300  M3431  1 Apr 1857

Former reference: B.R.A. 1041

Contents:
1. W.W. Harkness
2. Curling
Jeafferson
Holt
As M3430
(1) is bound to indemnify (2) against any claim regarding stocks now transferred to him under his father's will.

LETTERS PATENT  M3432  1 Feb 1836

Former reference: B.R.A. 1041

Contents:
Grant of custody of Jane Stephenson, a lunatic, formerly of East Ham, Essex but now of Hoxton and of control of her estate, to Edmund, Thomas and John Pycroft.

INLAND REVENUE VALUATIONS  M3433  1914

Former reference: B.R.A. 1425

Contents:
Amended provisional valuations of Nos. 1-17 (odd) and 2 and 8-16 (even) Sedgewick Street, Homerton.

LETTER  M3434  27 Nov 1843

Former reference: B.R.A. 1459

Contents:
Letter from J.S. Vandenbergh, Dalston, to Messrs. Wilkinson & Co., Solicitors, 5 Chancery Lane, London; asks what is to be done by Mr. Hyde, the new owner of his house, about the chimney which has been blown down.

LETTER  M3435  1 Dec 1843

Former reference: B.R.A. 1459

Contents:
Letter from J.S. Vandenbergh (Queens Row, Queens Road, Dalston) to Charles Hyde Esq., 4 Adam Street, Adelphi, London; he has received no reply from Mr Wilkinson concerning the chimney of the small room attached to his house. His clothes are spoiling with mildew because no fire can be lit.

LETTER  M3436  2 Dec 1843

Former reference: B.R.A. 1459

Contents:
Letter from J.S. Vandenbergh (Queens Row, Queens Road, Dalston) to Charles Hyde Esq.; he does not know whom to ask about the cost of repairs. Thanks Mr. Hyde for his "kind consideration as regards the placing of the pillar in the shop".

LEASE for 21 years (from Sep 1887)  M3437  5 Dec 1888

Former reference: B.R.A. 1536

Contents:
1. The Governors of S. Bartholemew's Hospital
2. Charles Shorey of 8 Harwar Street, Hackney Road, Mdx, builder
(1) lease to (2) Nos 8 and 10 Harwar Street, formerly Nos 4 and 5 Thomas Street, which (1) has repaired.

LEASE for 14½ years  M3438  11 Jul 1933

Former reference: B.R.A. 1536

Contents:
1. Amos Saunders of 1A Ravey Street, Finsbury, Co. London, gent.
Henry William Stephens of Winchcomb, Glos, solicitor
Beatrice Maud Perry, of Broadstairs, Kent, wife of Lambert Perry.
2. Christopher Turner of "Hartland", Chase Road, Southgate, Mdx, cabinet mfr.
(1) lease to (2) No. 49 Curtain Road (warehouse, messuage and tenement) for use in cabinet manufacturing.

MORTGAGE  M3439  8 Jan 1884

Former reference: B.R.A. 1539

Contents:
Elizabeth Ann Sampson of 61 Hows Street, to John Alfred Hunt of Enfield; mortgage of 61 Hows Street, Kingsland Road (discharged 1888)

ACCOUNT  M3440-M3442  1895

Former reference: B.R.A. 1539

Contents:
Power of Attorney and statement of charges re: Will of James Boyd Coubro of Falkirk Villa, Clapton, later of New York, U.S.A.

SCHEDULES OF DEEDS  M3443-M3445  1913

Former reference: B.R.A. 1539

Contents:
Two schedules of deeds re 159 and 160 Shoredtich High Street, 3, 4 and 5 Batemans Row, 5 and 6 Spencer Street, land behind Reliance Square (all Shoreditch) 114 Bethnal Green Road and property in Enfield Property of J. A. Hunt. With related letter.

ASSIGNMENT OF LAND  M3446  21 Oct 1863

Former reference: B.R.A. 1540


Related information: See also M2777-M2780; M3242

Contents:
National Industrial Life Assurance and General Deposit and Advance Company to Edward Benjamin Minto of Knight's Wharf, Salmon Lane, Limehouse; assignment of land and messuage on East side of Harriet Square, Thomas Street, Parish of St. Leonard, Shoreditch.

MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT  M3447  2 Jul 1888

Former reference: B.R.A. 1620

Contents:
1. Arthur G. Green, of 54 Thistlethwaite Road, Lower Clapton.
2. Constance F. Heath, of S. John's Wood.
Marriage settlement between (1) and (2), concerning No. 54 Thistlethwaite Road.

LETTERS  M3448  1920-1924

Former reference: B.R.A. 1620

Contents:
Bundle of correspondence concerning the management of Connaught Mansions, Albion Road, Stoke Newington.

DEEDS  M3449-M3456  1853-1866

Former reference: B.R.A. 1638

Contents:
Deeds, Nos 25, 26, 28 and 29 Pownall Road (later Nos 99, 101, 105 and 107) and Nos 1-7, Castle Terrace (later Nos 94-106 Pownall Road) Dalston/Shoreditch, leasehold.

DEATH CERTIFICATE  M3457  1878

Former reference: B.R.A. 1638

Contents:
Death certificate of Robert Cockburn of 225 Amhurst Road, West Hackney (d. 1876)

COPY WILL AND PROBATE  M3458  1881-1889

Former reference: B.R.A. 1638

Contents:
Copy will and probate of Ellen Marshall of Fairlight Villa, Grove Road, Stamford Hill.

DECLARATION OF TRUST FUND  M3459  23 Jan 1833

Former reference: B.R.A. 1648

Contents:
Wm. Todd of Stoke Newington and Edw. Thompson of Islington; Stockbrokers; declaration of trust fund for Wm. Todd and his wife Susannah.

DUPLICATE ASSIGNMENT  M3460  5 May 1862

Former reference: B.R.A. 1648

Contents:
Messrs. Kimber & Blackmore and Edw. Thompson to Thos. Gibbard; duplicate assignment of 5 & 6 Fassett Square, Dalston.

COUNTERPART LEASE  M3461  24 Mar 1863

Former reference: B.R.A. 1648

Contents:
Rich. Acourt and his mortgagee, Edward Thompson, to Chas. T. Newcombe: counterpart lease of 3 Portland Terrace, Graham Road, Dalston.

LETTERS  M3462  22 Sep 1855

Former reference: B.R.A. 1680

Contents:
Letters of administration of Samuel Gill of The Dun Horse, Kingsland Road, Shoreditch.

VARIOUS PAPERS  M3463  1882-8

Former reference: B.R.A. 1694

Contents:
Assignment, assurance policy, correspondence and papers re: the policy with the Scottish Widows Fund and Life Assurance Society of Edward Morell Delf, of 156 Kingsland Road.

LEASES AND ASSIGNMENT  M3464-M3467  1900-1907

Former reference: B.R.A 1718

Contents:
Leases and assignment re; 224 and 226 Mare Street, the property of the Governors of St. Thomas's Hospital.

COPY DEATH CERTIFICATE  M3468  1865

Former reference: B.R.A. 1727

Contents:
Copy death certificate of William Morten of Mare Street, d. 1860.

ESTATE OF THOMAS CHALLIS OF HOLLOWAY  M3469-M3475  1850-1891

Former reference: B.R.A. 1746

Contents:
Leases with counterparts re: 1,2 and 3 Albert Place, later 48,46 and 44 Shepherdess Walk; with assignment of those premises and property in Nile Street upon the partition of the estate.

PROBATE  M3476  30 Oct 1812

Former reference: B.R.A. 1757

Contents:
Probate of William Cook, formerly Kingsland Place, Parish of St. John, Hackney, late of Grove Street in the same parish.

COUNTERPART LEASE  M3477  22 Oct 1792

Former reference: B.R.A. 1845

Contents:
Ann Morris of Islington et al. to James Saltwell of Hackney Road, Shoreditch; counterpart 10¼ year lease of property at Church End, Holywell Street, Shoreditch.

PROBATE OF WILL  M3478  1882-1885

Former reference: B.R.A. 1848

Contents:
Probate of the will of Mary Ann Wilson of 45 High Street, Homerton.
23 Nov 1885
Will dated 20 Jun 1882

COPY DEATH CERTIFICATE  M3479  1884

Former reference: B.R.A. 1862

Contents:
Copy death certificate of Edward Walker of Brooke House, Clapton. (died 1872)

LIST OF PROPERTY  M3480  28 Sep 1881

Former reference: B.R.A. 1869

Contents:
A list of property in 70 Finsbury Park Road.

FINAL CONCORD  M3481  1828

Former reference: B.R.A. 1896

Contents:
Final concord between John Musgrave and William Moore and his wife re: 1 messuage and garden with land in the parish of St. Leonard, Shoreditch.

LENTEN MESSAGE  M3482i-ii  1867

Former reference: B.R.A. 1900

Contents:
Two copies of a Lenten message to the parishioners of St. Michael's Shoreditch.

AGREEMENT  M3483  20 Jun 1849

Former reference: B.R.A. 1900

Contents:
William George Tyssen Daniel Tyssen to Devisers of will of Samuel Nelme, agreement to grant licenses to lease for building re: Estate at Grove Place, Hackney.
Plan

CONTRACT FOR SALE  M3484  17 Jan 1894

Former reference: B.R.A. 1900

Contents:
Henry Townes Turner of Tulse Hill to Anna, and Maria Wood of Wokingham, Berks. Contract for sale of 83 Palatine Road, Stoke Newington.

CATALOGUES  M3485-M3486  1935 - 1965

Former reference: B.R.A. 1910

Contents:
2 Sale catalogues re: Carysfort Road and Church Street, Stoke Newington.

LEASE AND MORTGAGES  M3487-M3489  1869-1873

Former reference: B.R.A. 1911

Contents:
Lease and mortgages of 90 Bentham Road, South Hackney.

LEASE AND ASSIGNMENT  M3490-M3491  1868-1884

Former reference: B.R.A. 1911

Contents:
Lease and assignment of 44 Bentham Road, Formerly No. 55.

COPY OF DEATH CERTIFICATE  M3492  1919

Former reference: B.R.A. 1926

Contents:
Copy of death certificate of Charles Clifton Neilson, of 78 Clapton Common, Clapton.

MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT  M3493  12 Feb 1892

Former reference: B.R.A. 1944

Contents:
1. Frederick Dendy Wray of 103 Finsbury Park Road.
2. Florence Paterson of the same place.
Marriage settlement of (1) and (2), with related papers.

VARIOUS PAPERS  M3494-M3506  1803-1899

Former reference: B.R.A. 1946

Contents:
Probates, deed of trust, apprenticeship indenture and related papers, including certificate of purchase of a plot in Abney Park Cemetery, re: the Ewen family of Shoredtich and Stoke Newington.

PROBATE  M3507  18 Apr 1805

Former reference: B.R.A. 1952

Contents:
Probate of John Scholefield of Brick Lane.

PROBATE  M3508  13 Feb 1829

Former reference: B.R.A. 1952

Contents:
Administration with will annexed of Maria Scholefield of Hoxton.

AGREEMENT  M3509  1895

Former reference: B.R.A. 1952

Contents:
Agreement to sell a patent for preserving newly laid eggs by Edwin Markham of Markham & Sons.

PROBATE  M3510  19 May 1873

Former reference: B.R.A. 1962

Contents:
Probate of James Reed of 1 Albion Grove, Dalston.

LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION  M3511  23 Mar 1881

Former reference: B.R.A. 1962

Contents:
Letters of administration of Francis Knapp Bate of Brook House, Upper Clapton.

PROBATE  M3512  10 Sep 1897

Former reference: B.R.A. 1962

Contents:
Probate of Julia Hyam of 23 Well Street, Hackney.

PLAN OF PIGWELL BROOK  M3513  1724

Source of acquisition: Purchased 1/81


Contents:
Plan of the eastern part of Pigwell Brook and its junction with Hackney Brook and Church Street; showing gardens of Mr Douce and Mr Rawlinson, with canals running off the brook.
Scale 3 inches = 4 chains
Endorsed: "A plan of the garden... now in the occupation of William Griffith". 1761

MORTGAGE (Lease for 500 years)  M3514  15 Aug 1698

Source of acquisition: Purchased 2/81


Contents:
1. Peter Pheasant of Upwood, Hunts, esq.
2. George Orlebar of London, gent.
(1) mortgages to (2) a parcel of land
(16 acres) in the Milkwifes Bridge Field, now or late occupied by Edward Litgold.
For the earlier history of this property see L.C.C. Survey of London, Vol V111 p. 36.

CONVEYANCE (Lease and Release)  M3515-M3516  26 Oct 1699-27 Oct 1699

Source of acquisition: Purchased 2/81


Contents:
1. Peter Pheasant (as M3514)
2. Benjamin Ward, citizen and goldsmith of London.
3. Thomas Scott of Shoreditch, brickmaster.
(1) conveys to (3) the Milkwifes Bridge Field (16 acres), now by (3). (2) is to recover the property and hold it to the use of (3).

ASSIGNMENT OF MORTGAGE  M3517  1 Jan 1700

Source of acquisition: Purchased 2/81


Contents:
1. George Orlebar of London, gent.
2. John Scott, citizen and upholder of London.
(1) assigns to (2) the mortgage in M3514.

DECLARATION OF TRUST  M3518  1 Jan 1700

Source of acquisition: Purchased 2/81


Contents:
John Scott declares that he holds the mortgage assigned in M3517 in trust for Thomas Scott.

MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT  M3519  7 Dec 1706

Source of acquisition: Purchased 2/81


Contents:
1. Robert Snowe of Lambeth, Surrey, esq.
2. Thomas Scott, senior
Thomas Scott, junior
Of Shoreditch brickmasters.
3. James King of London, merchant
John Scott of London, upholder
4. William Jeffryes of S. Mary Magdalene, Bermondsey, tanner, and Sarah, his daughter.
5. John Eaton of Bermondsey, tanner
Robert Adams of S. Botolph, Bishopsgate, city of London, meal-man.
Settlement made in consideration of the intended marriage of Thomas Scott junior and Sarah Jeffryes, and of her marriage portion. (3) as trustees, with the consent of (1) as mortgagee, convey to (5) upon specified trusts, three closes (formerly four) of land or pasture, containing 24 acres, in Hackney, Stepney and Shoreditch or some or one of them. (2) quitclaim the property. An acre of land on the south east corner "where the brick places now stand" is reserved to Thomas Scott junior, and the right to take the brickearth is reserved to (2).

LEASE for 54¾ years  M3520  6 Dec 1707

Source of acquisition: Purchased 2/81


Contents:
1. Thomas Scott, senior of Shoreditch, brickmaster
2. Thomas Scott, son of (1), of Hackney, brickmaster
(1) leases to (2) a new house on the east side of Mare Street, with use of a stableyard of (1).

GRAVE GRANT  M3521  28 Aug 1708

Source of acquisition: Purchased 2/81


Contents:
Grant by Peter Newcome, vicar of Hackney, of a plot for a vault on the southern side of the ground next to the old churchyard which belonged to the ruined vicarage. The grant is made to Sarah Scott for a vault for her late husband Thomas, herself, and her mother Sarah Jefferies.

MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT (Lease and Release)  M3522-M3523  9 Jul 1711-10 Jul 1711

Source of acquisition: Purchased 2/81


Contents:
1. Thomas Scott of Shoreditch, brickmaster
2. Robert Adams, citizen and salter of London
James Barrett of Brentford, Mdx, brickmaster
3. Henry Scott, citizen and silk-thrower of London, only son of (1)
Jane Adams (daughter of Robert), spinster
In consideration of the intended marriage between (3) and of a marriage portion, (1) conveys to (2) upon specified trusts: the Milkwives Bridge Field (16 acres) less one rood (enclosed) which has been conveyed to the Goldsmiths Company for their almshouses; and a brick messuage now being erected on the property.

SURRENDER (Copy of Court Roll)  M3524  25 April 1712

Source of acquisition: Purchased 2/81


Contents:
Thomas Hockenhull of London, soap boiler, surrenders a messuage in Mare Street to the use of Sarah Scott, widow, who now occupies it. She surrenders it to uses to be specified in her will. [M3532 identifies this as the property in M3520].

SURRENDER (Copy of Court Roll)  M3525  11 May 1737

Source of acquisition: Purchased 2/81


Contents:
Robert Billio of Swepstone, Leics, clerk, and Sarah his wife (late Sarah Scott, widow) surrender to the use of Sarah Scott, daughter of Sarah Billio, the property in M3524.

ADMISSION (Copy of Court Roll)  M3526  7 Apr 1738

Source of acquisition: Purchased 2/81


Contents:
Admission of Sarah Scott, spinster to the property in M3524, which she then surrenders to uses to be specified in her will.

MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT  M3527  4 Jul 1740

Source of acquisition: Purchased 2/81


Contents:
1. John Spranger of the Inner Temple, London, gent
2. Sarah Scott of London, spinster
3. John Smart of Shoreditch, esq
James Barrett junior of Brentford, Mdx, gent
In consideration of her intended marriage with (1), (2) conveys to (3) upon specified trusts the property in M3519, trust the property in M3523, all now in the occupation of John Smart [see Chassereau's map]; subject to the life interest of Sarah Billio to the Milkwives Bridge Field and that of Jane New to the 24 acres. The messuage on the Milkwives Bridge Field is now called the Salmon and Ball.

FINAL CONCORD (both parts)  M3528-M3529  Feb 14 1741

Source of acquisition: Purchased 2/81


Contents:
2. John Smart esq
James Barrett
Plaintiffs
1. John Spranger, gent
And Sarah his wife
Deforciants
(1) levy a fine to (2) of one messuage, two acres of meadow and 42 acres of pasture in Hackney, Stepney and Shoreditch.

ADMISSION (Copy of Court Roll)  M3530  16 Apr 1751

Source of acquisition: Purchased 2/81


Contents:
Admission of John Spranger, under the will of his deceased wife Sarah (Scott) to the property in M3526, subject to changes specified in the will. He surrenders the property to uses to be specified in his will.

ADMISSION (Copy of Court Roll)  M3531  12 Apr 1763

Source of acquisition: Purchased 2/81


Contents:
Admission of John Spranger, a miner, under the will of his father John Spranger, to the property in M3530.

ABSTRACT OF TITLE  M3532  1789

Source of acquisition: Purchased 2/81


Contents:
Title to the Mare Street house, 1707-1789

"Diary of D. Ryder"  M3533  u.d

COPY MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT  M3534  1649-1687

Source of acquisition: Provenance unknown


Contents:
1. John Stynt of London, esq, and Margaret his wife
2. John Caryll of Surrey, esq
3. Hester Muschampe, widow, daughter and coheir of (1)
In consideration of an intended marriage between (2) and (3), (1) undertake to convey to (2) a messuage called Fastollfes alias Fostall Place near Horsey Down in the parish of S. Olave, Southwark, with outbuildings, grounds and wharves; and thirty messuages in Crucifix Lane alias Roper Lane in Bermondsey Street, St. Olaves; the properties to be held to the use of (1) for their lives, then of (2) and (3) and their children.
(1) had settled the following property on (3) and her children by her first marriage (after the deaths of 1). Freehold; two messuages with shops in S. Katherine Cree church, City of London; five pieces of pasture, a piece of meadow called The Mark, two closes of land called Whitefields, and a close of land called Bakers Croft, all in Tottenham; and two closes in Stepney called "Cocklane Closes and Hides alias Cocklane Fields".
Copy hold property of the manors of Hackney and Stepney: three tenements in Whitehorse Street, Stepney, and twenty six acres adjoining them; three acres of land (two closes) in London Field, Hackney; seven closes of arable and pasture at Stamford Hill, Hackney; a messuage and two acres of land at Mile End.
If (3) should have no surviving issue by her first marriage, all the above property is settled on (2) and (3) and their heirs, and in default of such heirs upon (3)'s sister.
Original dated 9 Apr 1649
Copy dated 22 Apr 1687

PLAN  M3535  10 Mar 1725

Source of acquisition: Provenance unknown


Contents:
"A plan of the Vicaridge Land with a piece taken outt of Church Field". The land is north of the churchyard and east of the Mermaid Tavern. Dimensions and abuttals given.
"By [? Fuzzell Carpenter]".

PLAN  M3536  29 Aug 1727

Source of acquisition: Provenance unknown



Related information: See also M149 and M155

Contents:
Plan of "the field in the possession of Mr John Heasy", north of "Moor Down Lane" i.e. Morning Lane. Dimensions and abuttals given, "by Thomas Fussell & by William Weston"
Endorsed: (a) "A Plan of a Field in Hackney
Lett to Mr Haysey"
(b) "Lett the [? free hold] annex't to the house in the possession of Cook & Hazey be distinguish't in the Plan. D. Ryder"

PLAN  M3537  27 Jul 1727

Source of acquisition: Provenance unknown


Contents:
Rough copy [? original] of M3536.
Some additional information.

COPY COVENANT TO PRODUCE DEEDS  M3538  Original dated 20 Mar 1784

Source of acquisition: Provenance unknown


Contents:
1. Charles De Leet of Potterells, Herts, esq.
Rev. William Browne of Camfield Place, Herts.
2. Rev. Henry Ward of S. Andrew, Holborn, Mdx, clerk, and Susanna Maria his wife.
(1) covenant to produce deeds relating to property (unspecified) which has been conveyed to S.M. Ward. The property formerly belonged to John Thomas Medlycott.
Schedule of deeds

"RENTAL OF THE HACKNEY ESTATE"  M3539  n.d

Source of acquisition: Provenance unknown


Contents:
Lists properties (in Hackney) and tenants, and from whom part shares in the properties have been purchased (Lambert, Ward, Rugge); Mrs Ryder owing the major shares.
See also M87 - M173

SOLICITOR'S ACCOUNT  M3540  1791

Source of acquisition: Provenance unknown


Contents:
Accounts in connection with the sale by Thomas Ryder Esq and Mrs Ryder to Timothy Curtis Esq of a piece of copy hold land at Hackney; the sale of another piece of copy hold land in Hackney "to build the church on;" and a declaration of trust concerning a purchase made.
See also M87 - M183

SALE PARTICULARS  M3541  29 Nov 1882

Source of acquisition: Transferred Nov 1981


Contents:
Fuller's Almshouses, Crondall Street, Hoxton, and additional almshouses behind Nos 67 and 69 Hoxton Street, with possession at Midsummer 1883; and Nos 67 and 69 Hoxton Street, subject to tenancies.
Plan
From Shoreditch Local Collection (B2735)

SALE PARTICULARS  M3542  29 May 1878

Former reference: Formerly Y1560.

Source of acquisition: Plans formerly G81 (Ar). Transferred Dec 1981


Contents:
"London House", London Lane, and properties in Tower Street, London Fields, including a meeting-house. Fragment only of outer cover.
Plans (two)

SALE PARTICULARS  M3543  18 Jul 1845

Former reference: Formerly Y1566.

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec 1981


Contents:
Plots of building ground in Queens Road, Princes Road and Kings Road, Homerton.

SALE PARTICULARS  M3544  26 Jul 1831

Former reference: Formerly Y2774. Plans formerly G8 and G19 (Ar).

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec 1981


Contents:
Mansion and grounds and twelve houses in Church Street, Grove Place and Sylvester Row, Hackney. Former property of Richard Dann
Plan (two copies)

SALE PLAN  M3544A  1839

Former reference: Formerly G18 (Ar).

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec 1981


Contents:
Plan of the property in M3544, offered for sale 1839.

SALE PARTICULARS  M3545  31 Oct 1832

Former reference: Formerly Y3281. Plan formerly B3008.

Source of acquisition: Don. Mr G.H. Lovegrove 1950. Plan
Transferred Dec 1981



Related information: See also M671 et seq.

Contents:
Properties in Shoreditch High Street, Old Street, Curtain Road, Charlotte Street, Batemens Row, William Street, John Street and adjacent courts. Full details of usage and occupiers. (Names of tenants have been indexed only where either forename or occupation is stated)
Plan

SALE PARTICULARS  M3546  24 Apr 1872

Former reference: Formerly Y1558. Plans formerly G85 (Ar).

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec 1981


Contents:
The London Orphan Asylum, Lower Clapton, with the headmaster's house and seven acres of grounds.
Plans: Site plan and ground floor plan of main building and infirmary.

SALE PLAN and PARTICULARS  M3547  13 May 1879

Former reference: Formerly G80 and G86.

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec 1981


Contents:
London Orphan Asylum building and grounds.
Includes plans of basement, ground and first floors of main building.
Two copies of plan.

SALE PARTICULARS  M3548  5 Jul 1882

Former reference: Formerly Y1562. Plan formerly G79 (Ar).

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec 1981


Contents:
Houses in Lower Clapton Road, between Laura Place and Clapton Pond; Pond Lane Nursery and other building land on the south side of Pond Lane.
Plan

SALE PARTICULARS  M3549  29 Aug 1877

Former reference: Formerly Y1563. Plan formerly G76 (Ar).

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec 1981


Contents:
"Old Manor Assembly Rooms", and skating rink, Kenmure Road and Brett Road.
Plan

SALE PARTICULARS  M3550  23 May 1902

Former reference: Formerly Y1567. Plans formerly G64 (Ar).

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec 1981


Contents:
Commercial and residential properties in: the Lea Bridge area; the Wick Road area; the Clapton Square area; Elsdale Street; and Paper Street, City of London. Names of occupiers have been indexed only where either forename or occupation is stated.
See also M3552
Plans (four)

SALE PARTICULARS  M3551  2 Jul 1883

Former reference: Formerly Y1568. Plan formerly H71 (Ar).

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec 1981


Contents:
College House, College Avenue, Homerton (former abode of Dr. Abraham Rees).
Plan

SALE PARTICULARS  M3552  14 Apr 1869

Former reference: Formerly Y2519.

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec 1981


Contents:
White Lion P.H, Hackney Wick, with its running-ground; two marquees for refreshments and dancing and houses in Park Street, Cowdry Street and Wick Lane (later part of the Wick Road properties in M3550).
Plan

SALE PARTICULARS  M3553  28 Sep 1899

Former reference: Formerly Y1564. Plan formerly G68 (Ar).

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec 1981


Contents:
No 51a Clarence Road, Lower Clapton (a mineral water factory and beer bottling stores, formerly the St. John at Hackney Grammar School.
Plan

SALE PARTICULARS  M3554  23 Mar 1899

Former reference: Formerly Y2702.

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec 1981


Contents:
No 222 Mare Street, with large garden fronting onto Darnley Road.
Plan

SALE PARTICULARS  M3555  16 Oct 1877

Former reference: Formerly Y1565. Plan formerly G75 (Ar).

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec 1981


Contents:
Building plots on the Clapton Park Estate (Redwald Street, Maclaren Street, Rushmore Road, Pedro Street).
No. 4 of a series.
Plan

SALE PARTICULARS  M3556  2 Jul 1889

Former reference: Formerly Y3282.

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec 1981


Contents:
The "London Apprentice", 333 Old Street; No 331 Old Street; and No 40 Hoxton Square. No details of properties.

SALE PARTICULARS  M3557  23-24 Jun 1869

Former reference: Formerly Y1570.

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec 1981


Contents:
Properties (subject to leases) of the Tyssen-Amhurst estate, in the following areas: High Hill Ferry; Springfield; Lea Bridge; Clapton Pond; Dalston; Kingsland; Clapton Square.

SALE PARTICULARS  M3558  22 Jul 1874

Former reference: Formerly Y1571.

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec 1981



Related information: See also M3115-M3133

Contents:
Properties (subject to leases) of the Tyssen-Amhurst estate in the following areas: Kingsland; Dalston; Hackney Downs; Clapton Pond; Lea Bridge.
Plans wanting

SALE PARTICULARS  M3559  1 Dec 1891

Former reference: Formerly Y3283.

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec 1981


Contents:
"Haberdashers House", No. 55 Pitfield Street, Hoxton, and properties at the rear; with options on Nos. 59,67 and 75 Buttesland Street.
Plan

SALE PARTICULARS  M3560  18 Jun 1877

Former reference: Formerly B1543.

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec 1981


Contents:
Surplus property of the North London Railway Co. in the following areas: Camden Town; Islington; Kingsland; Middleton Road; Lee Street; Shoreditch Church; Homerton; Old Ford; Bow.
Plans

SALE PARTICULARS  M3561  1 May 1883

Former reference: Formerly Y1569.

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec 1981


Contents:
Properties in: Mare Street; Brooksby's Walk; Morning Lane; Cassland Road; The Grove; Hackney Marshes; Lea Bridge Road; and Lower Norwood. Estate of Sir John Musgrove deceased.
[Hackney plans wanting]

SALE PARTICULARS  M3562  14 Mar 1899

Former reference: Formerly Y1561. Plan formerly G78.

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec 1981


Contents:
The White Hart P.H., Temple Mills and properties adjoining, with tolls from Temple Mills tollgate. (See also M1420-M1434.)
Plan

SALE PARTICULARS  M3563  14 Aug 1835

Former reference: Formerly G17 (Ar).

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec 1981


Contents:
Brickfields and meadow land at Ducketts Lane and High Hill Ferry.
Single sheet, with plan. Ms. notes concerning title.

SALE PARTICULARS  M3564  24 Jul 1861

Former reference: Formerly Y2440.

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec 1981


Contents:
House, builders premises and carpenters shop, between Pownall Road and Regents Row.

SALE PARTICULARS  M3565  6 Dec 1810

Former reference: Formerly Y2662.

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec 1981


Contents:
Meadow and garden land in Stoke Newington, between Green Lanes and [Albion Road], with a farmhouse and a dwellinghouse near Newington Green, and a dwellinghouse in Paradise Row.
Plan

SALE PARTICULARS  M3566  14 Apr 1885

Former reference: Formerly Y2439.

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec 1981


Contents:
The equity of redemption of one third share of The Hoxton House Lunatic Asylum.

SALE PARTICULARS  M3567  25 Jul 1895

Former reference: Formerly Y2274.

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec 1981


Contents:
No 338 Old Street, Nos 1 and 2 Charlotte Street and No 23 Charles Square.
Plans (two)

SALE PARTICULARS  M3568  20 Nov 1906

Former reference: Formerly Y2438.

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec 1981


Contents:
Properties in Knebworth Road and Watson Street, and in Holloway.

SALE PARTICULARS  M3569  28 Jun 1922

Former reference: Formerly Y2442.

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec 1981


Contents:
Freehold and leasehold ground rents: properties in Hackney, Shoreditch and Stoke Newington, and elsewhere in the London area.

SALE PARTICULARS  M3570  28 Jun 1928

Former reference: Formerly Y2444.

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec 1981


Contents:
No 70 Brighton Road, Stoke Newington.

SALE PARTICULARS (damaged)  M3571  8 Dec 1910

Former reference: Formerly Y2443.

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec 1981


Contents:
"Rhoda Villa", 95 Gore Road, South Hackney, and properties in Bethnal Green Road.
Top half of document missing.

SALE PARTICULARS  M3572  21 Mar 1951

Former reference: Formerly Y2301.

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec 1981


Contents:
Properties in Stoke Newington, Hackney, Shoredtich and elsewhere in the London area.
Endorsed: Agreement to purchase Nos 81-83 Haggerston Road.

SALE PARTICULARS  M3573  4 May 1920-11 May 1920

Former reference: Formerly Y1918.

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec 1981


Contents:
The Tyrrell Estate: properties in Hoxton, Haggerston and Bethnal Green. First edition, without conditions of sale.
Plans (three)

SALE PARTICULARS  M3574  9-11 May 1920

Former reference: Formerly Y2863.

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec 1981


Contents:
As M3573: second edition, with conditions of sale.

SALE PARTICULARS  M3575  24 Oct 1921-28 Oct 1921

Former reference: Formerly Y2446.

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec 1981


Contents:
The Middleton estate in Hackney, Shoredtich and Bethnal Green.
[Plans wanting]

SALE PARTICULARS  M3576  12 Sep 1917

Former reference: Formerly Y1905.

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec 1981


Contents:
The Hoxton (Sturt) Estate in Hoxton, Mildmay Park and the City of London. (See also M3350-M3355)
Plans (five)

SALE PARTICULARS  M3577  12 Sep 1917

Former reference: Formerly Y1904.

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec 1981


Contents:
As M3576.
Plans (five)

SALE PARTICULARS  M3578  15 Nov 1849

Former reference: Formerly Y2964.

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec 1981


Contents:
The Royal Standard Theatre [later the National Standard Theatre], built 1845; and No 204 Shoreditch High Street.
(See also M450-M465 passim)

SALE PARTICULARS (incomplete)  M3579  16 Nov 1882

Former reference: Formerly Y2965, (3717).

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec 1981


Contents:
The National Standard Theatre with the Bishopsgate Hall above the theatre entrance, and adjoining properties in Shoreditch High Street, Holywell Lane and George Street. Detailed particulars wanting.
Plan

SALE PARTICULARS  M3580  17 Dec 1888

Former reference: Formerly Y2966.

Contents:
The National Standard Theatre (rebuilt 1867, entrance enlarged 1876), the Bishopsgate Hall, and the adjacent properties (as M3579) including a photographer's studio. Full details given.
Plan

NEWSPAPER CUTTINGS  M3581  1747-1879

Former reference: Formerly Y2271.

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec 1981


Contents:
Cuttings, mainly notices of sales from various newspapers (mostly named). Mounted on card. Fully indexed.

SALE PARTICULARS  M3582  25 Jun 1931

Former reference: Formerly Y (n.s.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec 1981


Contents:
Properties in Haggerston, Clapton, Stoke Newington, Stamford Hill and elsewhere in North and East London. (Cover damaged).

SALE PARTICULARS  M3583  26 Jul 1843

Source of acquisition: Transferred B.Ref Aug 1983


Contents:
Catalogue of building materials and fixtures of Abney Park Mansion Abney House, about to be demolished.
Poster

SALE PARTICULARS (photocopy)  M3584  2 Dec 1825

Former reference: Formerly Y2844.

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec 1981


Contents:
Houses (complete and incomplete) and building ground in Bridnell Place, Poole Street, Felton Street and Hervey Street, Hoxton.

CERTIFICATE OF LAND TAX EXEMPTION(photocopy)  M3585  19 Jul 1674

Source of acquisition: Donation


Contents:
Certificate by the minister, churchwardens and overseers of the poor for Hackney, giving the names of those exempted from paying land tax because of their poverty.
Photocopy of Public Record Office document E. 179/143/367: 007243

TESTIMONIAL  M3586  2 Apr 1924

Former reference: 1982/1.

Source of acquisition: Transferred from B3487


Contents:
Illuminated testimonial to Edward George Parker on his retirement as secretary of the Shoreditch Borough Silver Prize Band.

PLAN  M3587  177[8]

Former reference: Formerly G63 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
The Downs and two Fields called North and South Millfield at Hackney. Shows the division of Lammas holdings, with dimensions and list of holders.
Surveyed by W. Jupp. No Scale 52 x 36 cm

PLAN  M3588  n.d

Former reference: Formerly G41 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
Rough Copy of M3587
No Scale 52 x 36 cm

PLAN  M3589  1838

Former reference: Formerly G60 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
Well Street Common. Shows the division of Lammas holdings, with dimensions and list of holders.
No Scale 55 x 39 cm

PLAN  M3590  1838

Former reference: Formerly G42 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
London Field. Shows the division of Lammas Holdings, with dimensions and list of holders.
Scale 2½ chains - 1" 55 x 39 cm

PLAN  M3591  1838

Former reference: Formerly G43 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
Newington Common. Shows the division of Lammas Holdings, with dimensions and list of holders.
No Scale 55 x 39 cm

PLAN  M3592  1725

Former reference: Formerly G23 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
Land adjacent to Churchfield and Hackney Churchyard, with dimensions and abuttals.
Scale: 16 feet - 1" 19 x 30 cm

PLAN  M3593  Aug 1754

Former reference: Formerly G73 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
The Glebe Land adjoining the Vicarage House at Hackney, with dimensions and abuttals.
Surveyed by Thomas Heath.
Scale: 30 feet - 1" 24 x 36 cm

PLAN  M3594  1763

Former reference: Formerly G11 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981



Related information: See Also M3633-4

Contents:
The Wike Manor, in the Parishes of Hackney and Bow, the estate of Joseph Barbaroux Esq., with Field names, dimensions and abuttals.
Surveyed by Crow and Marsh.
Scale: 4 chains - 1" 50 x 39 cm.

PLAN  M3595  1764

Former reference: Formerly G49 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
A parcel of land at Dalston, belonging to Francis John Tyssen, gives Field names, dimensions, abuttals and list of tenants. Dalston Lane, Red Cow Alehouse.
Surveyed by Thos. Bateman; copied by Geo Hawkins, 1837.
Scale: 12 perches - 1" 48 x 39 cm.

PLAN  M3596  1768

Former reference: Formerly G21 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
Part of the Estate belonging to Francis John Tyssen. Land to the W. of Stamford Hill, and to the E. of Clapton Common, with dimensions and abuttals.
Surveyed by J. Mackoun; Copied by Geo. Hawkins, 1837
Scale: 4 chains - 1" 40 x 27 cm.

PLAN  M3597  1775

Former reference: Formerly G50 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
An Estate lying in Haggerstone belonging to Nathaniel Lee Acton Esq. Gives Field names.
Surveyed by James Crow.
Scale: 4 chains - 1" 55 x 45 cm

PLAN  M3598  n.d

Former reference: Formerly G1 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
Properties on Mere Street, backing onto Sheep Lane. To illustrate a dispute in the Manor Court over ownership. c.1800
No Scale 27 x 45 cm

PLAN  M3599  n.d

Former reference: Formerly G7 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
AP 268 Houses and Gardens to the North of Spurstowe's Almshouses, Grove Passage. Key annotated in pencil. c.1760
No Scale. 26 x 45 cm.

PLAN  M3600  n.d

Former reference: Formerly G10 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
AP 267 The Estate of the late Samuel Tyssen Esq., at Upper Clapton. Meadows to the East of Clapton Common, with dimensions and abuttals. c.1785
Scale: 2 chains - 1" 51 x 40 cm.

PLAN  M3601  n.d

Former reference: Formerly G52 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
AP 266 A Freehold and Copyhold Estate situated at Clapton, the property of Skinner Turner Esq. Land and buildings between Hackney Downs, Back Lane and (Lower) Clapton Road, with dimensions, abuttals and tenants. c.1825
Scale: 1 chain - 1" 54 x 40 cm.

PLAN  M3602  n.d

Former reference: Formerly B3552 (Cr.)

Contents:
AP 432 Streets and Gardens at Old Street/City Road, Shoreditch: Frank Street, Neale Street, Craven Place, Baches Buildings, Winkworths Building, the Vinegar Ground, Lists lessees and expiry dates. c.1780
Scale: 33 feet - 1" 60 x 90 cm.

PLAN  M3603  1797

Source of acquisition: Transferred from Br.


Contents:
AP 433 An Estate belonging to and situate in the Parish of S. Mary, Stoke Newington, formerly Gravel Pit Field, now known as the Palatine Houses. Lists tenants.
Surveyed by Elijah Goff: copied by F.W. Baxter, 1909.
Scale: 1 chain - 2" 83 x 46 cm

PLAN  M3604  1829

Former reference: Formerly G59 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
AP 297 Lea Bridge Mills in the Parish of Hackney. Gives dimensions.
Surveyed by J. Dean
Scale: 3 chains - 2" 52 x 38 cm

PLAN  M3605  n.d

Former reference: Formerly G38 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
AP 298, G5438 River Lea, showing the two proposed cuts for canalisation between Lea Bridge and Old Ford.
No Scale 25 x 50 cm. c.1767

PLAN  M3606  n.d

Former reference: Formerly G26 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
AP 248 River Lea, showing the two cuts proposed by the East London Waterworks Co. c.1828
Scale: 15 chains - 1" 30 x 40 cm.

PLAN  M3607  n.d

Former reference: Formerly G27 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
AP 295, G2532 Hackney Brook from Well Street to Hackney Wick, showing the Silk Mills. c.1830
Scale: 4 chains - 1" 10 x 35 cm

SALES PLAN  M3608  July 3, 1816

Former reference: Formerly G22 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
AP 296 Clapton Field, laid out for building showing the intended new square (Clapton Square).
Scale: 75 feet - 1" 39 x 34 cm.

SALES PLAN  M3609  Aug. 1, 1844

Former reference: Formerly G9 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
Freehold Estate at Homerton, laid out for a new road (Digby Road). Annotated with purchaser and price for each lot.
Surveyed by W. Dobson.
Scale: 40 feet - 1" 34 x 43 cm.

SALES PLAN  M3610  July 17, 1844

Former reference: Formerly G46 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
Freehold and Leasehold Estates at Clapton, laid out as building lots: Oldhill Street, Lynmouth Road.
No Scale 48 x 35 cm.

SALES PLAN  M3611  1845

Former reference: Formerly G25 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
Leasehold Estate at Shacklewell, laid out as building lots: Somerford Grove, Wellington Road.
No Scale 22 x 38 cm

SALES PLAN  M3612  Mar. 17, 1844

Former reference: Formerly G5 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
AP 294 Freehold Properties at Upper Clapton and Lea Bridge: Buccleugh Terrace, Spring Lane, Jolly Anglers P.H.
No Scale 25 x 40 cm.

SALES PLAN  M3613  Apr. 13, 1848

Former reference: Formerly G51 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
AP 290 Estate at Grove Place, Hackney, laid out as building lots.
No Scale 37 x 50 cm.

SALES PLAN  M3614  Sept. 20, 1848

Former reference: Formerly G30 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
Leasehold Estates at Clapton: Stamford Grove, Oldhill Street.
See M3610 37 x 25 cm.

SALES PLAN  M3615  8 August, 1849

Former reference: Formerly G29 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
As M3613 Less one lot. 37 x 25 cm.

SALES PLAN  M3616  12 Sep. 1849

Former reference: Formerly G47 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
Freehold Land at Homerton. Part of the Old Snuff Mill Estate, laid out as building lots: Wick Road.
No Scale 40 x 50 cm

PLAN  M3617  1850

Former reference: Formerly G83 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
AP 299 The Norris Estate, South Hackney. Proposed lay out for building development: Lauriston Road, King Edwards Road, Southborough Road, Victoria Park Road.
Architect Henry Currey
Scale: 50 feet - 1" 86 x 60 cm.
Annotated 'From Mrs Loddiges, May 1899'

PLAN  M3618  Oct. 1850

Former reference: Formerly G70 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
AP 293 The North Eastern Portion of the Metropolis prepared to show the contemplated improvements in the Cassland Estate, Victoria Park etc. Shows the area South of Homerton High St. bounded by London Fields and White Post Lane. Landowners given.
Surveyed by George Wallis
Scale: 4 chains - 1" 100 x 65 cm.

PLAN  M3619  Feb. 1855

Former reference: Formerly G84 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
AP 292 Freehold Land to be let on building leases by St. Thomas Hospital: Loddiges Road, Darnley Road, Devonshire Road, Paragon Road.
Surveyed by Henry Currey
Scale: 100 feet - 1" 45 x 60 cm.
Annotated 'From Mrs Loddiges, May 1899'

PLAN  M3620  n.d

Former reference: Formerly G77 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
AP 291 As M3619. Rough Draft, with different proposed road plan.
Scale: 100 feet - 1" 55 x 70 cm.
Annotated 'From Mrs Loddiges, May 1899'

SALES PLAN  M3621  1856

Former reference: Formerly G48 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
Freehold Estate at Cambridge Heath: Ash Grove, Mare Street, The Oval. 35 x 45 cm.

SALES PLAN  M3622  Sep. 1856

Former reference: Formerly G61 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
Leasehold Estate at Kingsland: Cock and Castle Lane, Kingsland Road, Orchard Street. 35 x 45 cm.

PLAN  M3623  1857

Former reference: Formerly G65 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
The Spurstowe Charity Estate, partly laid out for building Greenwood Road, Navarino Road: gives field names.
Surveyed by M.A. Gliddon
Scale: 100 feet - 1" 55 x 40 cm.
Annotated 'From Mrs Loddiges, May 1899'

SALE PLAN  M3624  9 April 1857

Former reference: Formerly G6 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
Leasehold Estate at Stamford Hill of the late Mr Hanbury: Chapel Road, Sidney Place.
No Scale 38 x 46 cm.

SALE PLAN  M3625  9 April 1857

Former reference: Formerly G45 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
Duplicate of M3624 38 x 46 cm.

SALE PLAN  M3626  1861

Former reference: Formerly G14 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
Freehold Estate at Lower Clapton: Powell House, Stable Yards and Grounds. 35 x 45 cm.

SALE PLAN  M3627  1861

Former reference: Formerly G15 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
See M3626. Estate laid out as proposed New Roads and Building Lots: Downs Road, Powell Road, Charnock Road. c. 1845
No Scale 35 x 45 cm

SALE PLAN  M3628  1862

Former reference: Formerly G16 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
Copyhold Estate on Lower Clapton Road. Two houses, gardens, stables and yards, divided as building lots. c. 1845
Scale: 25 feet - 1" 25 x 35 cm

SALE PLAN  M3629  n.d

Former reference: Formerly G20 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
AP 282 The Drying Grounds at High Hill Ferry, Upper Clapton. c. 1845
Scale: 55 feet - 1" 35 x 45 cm

SALE PLAN  M3630  n.d

Former reference: Formerly G31 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
AP 283 Detail of M3629 c. 1845
Scale: 55 feet - 1" 25 x 35 cm

SALE PLAN  M3631  n.d

Former reference: Formerly G13 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
AP 286 Building Land at Upper Clapton: Warwick Road and Warwick Crescent, laid out as building lots. c. 1836
Scale: 75 feet - 1" 35 x 50cm.

SALE PLAN  M3632  n.d

Former reference: Formerly G12 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
Duplicate of M3631 35 x 50 cm c. 1836

SALE PLAN  M3633  n.d

Former reference: Formerly G54 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981



Related information: See Also M3594

Contents:
AP 284 Part of the Wick Manor Estate: Fields to the East of Old Ford Lane gives field names, dimensions and abuttals.
Scale: 3 chains - 1" 35 x 45 cm c. 1825

SALE PLAN  M3634  n.d

Former reference: Formerly G37 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981



Related information: See Also M3594

Contents:
AP 285 Part of the Wick Manor Estate: Fields to the West of Old Ford Lane, gives field names, dimensions and abuttals.
Scale: 3 chains - 1" 35 x 45 cm

SALE PLAN  M3635  18 Aug. 1858

Former reference: Formerly G33 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
Freehold and copyhold land in Low Leyton Marsh: seven dispersed strips, with dimensions.
No Scale 25 x 35 cm

PLAN  M3636  n.d

Former reference: Formerly G56 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
AP 280 Metropolis Roads North of the Thames: marks individual Turnpike Trusts; Uxbridge, Harrow, Sparrow Hern, Enfield, Snaresbrook.
Scale: 1 mile - 1" 40 x 55 cm.

PLAN  M3637  1824

Former reference: Formerly G24 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
An intended road from Battlebridge to Holloway (Caledonian Road), lists landowners affected.
Surveyed by S. Jones
Scale: 10 chains - 1" 25 x 40 cm.

PLAN  M3638  1826

Former reference: Formerly G24 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
A proposed Road from the Battlebridge and Holloway Road to the Lea Bridge Road at Clapton.
Surveyed by Samuel Jones
Scale: 13 chains - 1" 40 x 50 cm.

PLAN  M3639  1832

Former reference: Formerly G28 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
A New Line of Road from Green Lanes to the Seven Sisters, with section.
Sixth Report of Commissioners for Metropolis Roads.
Scale: 12 chains - 1" 16 x 29 cm.

PLAN  M3640  n.d

Former reference: Formerly G57 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
An intended Road from Great Cambridge Street, Haggerston to Clapton Pond. Lists landowners and occupiers affected. c. 1825
Surveyed Samuel Jones
Scale: 13 chains - 1" 32 x 45 cm.

PLAN  M3641  1839

Former reference: Formerly G34 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
Lines and Improvements in the Parish of Shoreditch and the approaches thereto.
Proposed street widening.
Metropolis Improvements.
No Scale 30 x 40 cm.

PLAN  M3642  11 Nov, 1899

Former reference: Formerly G74 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
Hackney and Bethnal Green: showing the Parliamentary and Parochial boundaries.
Hackney Vestry Surveyors Department
Scale: 88' - 1" 20 x 60 cm.

PLAN  M3643  n.d

Former reference: Formerly G75 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec 1981


Contents:
The Northern and Eastern Railway; proposed Railway Line - Shoreditch Church to Tottenham Hale, with branch to Finsbury. c. 1835
Scale: 20 chains - 1" 36 x 55 cm

PLAN  M3644  n.d

Former reference: Formerly G40 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
The Northern and Eastern Railway: vertical section to M3643. c. 1835
Scales: Vertical - 100 feet - 1"
Horizontal - 20 chains - 1" 25 x 55 cm

PLAN  M3645  n.d

Former reference: Formerly G36 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
Duplicate of M3642 25 x 55 cm. c. 1835

PLAN  M3646  n.d

Former reference: Formerly G55 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
The Northern and Eastern Railway: details of M3643
Including Shoreditch Church to Pearson Street, Dalston Lane, Kates Lane. c. 1835
Scale: 4 chains - 1" 40 x 40 cm.

PLAN  M3647  n.d

Former reference: Formerly G39 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
The Northern and Eastern Railway:
Plan of the constructed line, Shoreditch - Bishops Stortford with the route of the continuation to Cambridge, with vertical section. c. 1841
Scale: 3 miles - 1" 52 x 30 cm.

PLAN  M3648  1773

Former reference: Formerly G32 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
Proposed Canal: Mary-le-bone to Moor-Fields, with vertical section.
Surveyed by Robert Whitworth
Scale: 1 mile - 3" 26 x 37 cm.

PLAN  M3649  n.d

Former reference: Formerly G44 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
Proposed culvert and reservoir running from the New River to the River Lea at Bailey's Wharf, with vertical section. c. 1820
Scale: 400 feet - 1" 35 x 50 cm.

PLAN  M3650  1862

Former reference: Formerly G62 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
S. John-at-Hackney Old Churchyard, all tombs named and numbered by E. Offord.
Drawn by G.W. Toussaint for John Robert Daniel-Tyssen, 1879
Scale: 32 feet - 1" 24 x 39 cm.

PLAN  M3651  n.d

Former reference: Formerly G82 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
S. John-at-Hackney Churchyard, the site for the Young Memorial Fountain.
Scale: 5 feet - 1" 35 x 50 cm.

PLAN  M3652  n.d

Former reference: Formerly G102 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
S. John-at-Hackney Old Churchyard.
Scale: 32 feet - 1" 20 x 23 cm.

PLAN  M3653  1907

Former reference: Formerly G87 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
Hackney Central Library
First Floor plan showing layout of reference library and magazine room.
Architect H.A. Crouch
Scale: 10 feet - 1"

PLAN  M3654  n.d

Former reference: Formerly G88 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
Hackney Central Reference Library. Plan No. 1. 'Present arrangement' of furniture and shelving.
Scale: 5 feet - 1" 35 x 50 cm.

PLANS  M3655-M3658  n.d

Former reference: Formerly G89-92 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
Hackney Central Reference Library, Plans 2-5.
Possible arrangements of furniture and shelving.
Scale: 5 feet - 1" 35 x 50 cm.

PROGRAMME  M3659  23 Oct., 1934

Former reference: Formerly G93 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
Hackney New Town Hall and Banister Street Flats; ceremony of laying foundation stones illus.

MAP  M3660  1835

Former reference: Formerly G66 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
The Country Twelve Miles round London
Printed for C. Smith, Strand
Scale: 1 mile - 1" 80 x 70 cm.

MAP  M3661  1846

Former reference: Formerly G67 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
London and its Environs.
E.S. Mogg, Great Russell Street.
Scale: 1 mile - 2" 80 x 60 cm.

MAP  M3662  1847

Former reference: Formerly G72 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
The Parish of Hackney, from a recent survey.
Published C. Turner, Church Street.
Scale: 1 mile - 5" 35 x 42 cm.

MAP  M3663  1874

Former reference: Formerly G71 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
London and its suburbs
Stanfords sheets 3 and 4, Hackney
Scale: 1 mile - 6" 65 x 80 cm.
Annotated Parish Boundaries at 1874

MAP  M3664  1901

Former reference: Formerly G69 (Ar.)

Source of acquisition: Transferred Dec. 1981


Contents:
Hackney Metropolitan Borough
Business map with advertisements
Published Stephens and Mackintosh, Leicester.
Scale: 1 mile - 6" 80 x 90 cm.

MAP  M3665  n.d

Former reference: Formerly G101 (A ref) Tr Dec 1981

Contents:
North East London c. 1910
Published Kelly's Directories
Scale: 1 mile to 4"
70 x 65cm

PROBATE OF WILL  M3667  1855-1857

Former reference: Permanent loan

Source of acquisition: Acc 1983/2 BRA 2079


Contents:
Of Elizabeth Hughes of 61 Bridport Place, Hoxton with letters of administration 2 items

DEEDS  M3668/1-22  1862-1930

Former reference: Acc 1983/2 BRA 2120

Source of acquisition: Permanent loan


Contents:
Assignments, mortgages and other deeds concerning 7-14 Askew Street (formerly Cross Street) no longer in existence. Property leased by J.D. Frampton to E.J. Willmott and it passed through several hands before being conveyed by J.C. May and S.F. May to Frederick Pitt. Plans on deeds
22 items

PROBATE OF WILL  M3669  1878

Former reference: Acc 1983/2 BRA 1645

Source of acquisition: Permanent loan


Contents:
Of Frederick Hall, late of 2 Church Villas, Mount Pleasant Lane, Upper Clapton
1 item

LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION  M3670  1872

Former reference: Acc 1983/2 BRA 2098

Source of acquisition: Permanent loan


Contents:
Of the estate of Christiana Squire, late of 46 Hyde Road, Hoxton
1 item

LEASE  M3671  1881

Former reference: Acc 1983/2 BRA2050

Source of acquisition: Permanent loan


Contents:
Concerning 5 Norfolk Road, Dalston. Edmund Hammond to Henry Labern
1 item

AGREEMENT  M3672  1945

Former reference: Acc 1983/2 BRA 2084

Source of acquisition: Permanent loan


Contents:
For the letting of 183 Lower Clapton Road.
The Public Trustee to Charles John Walkinshaw
1 item

DEED OF COMPOSITION  M3673  1892

Former reference: ACC 1983/2 BRA 1805

Source of acquisition: Gift


Contents:
Concerning the debts of George Henry Nimmoi of 9 Tuilerie Street, boot manufacturer
1 item

ADMISSION  M3674  1883

Former reference: Acc 1983/2 BRA 1805

1 item

Source of acquisition: Gift


Contents:
Manor of Lordshold. Admission of Solomon Bennett to 56 Brooksby Walk, Homerton

CONVEYANCE  M3675  1696

Former reference: Acc 1988/4

Source of acquisition: Indefinite loan.


Contents:
Sir Thomas Cooke, Sir Ambrose Phillips, John Cooke and Nicholas Cary to Edward Sayer and John Harris. Property: the Manor of Hackney [Lordshold] including Scotland Farm, Bead mead (in the marsh) Bollivants Osiers, Hoppitts, Coast Holmes, Tumbling Mead,, Eyney Shott (also marsh), Scotland Close, land next to Seething Lane, Longlands, North Quabbs and South Quabbs, Mutton Field, Little Broomfield, land next to Green Lane, the Rose Garden, West Broomfield, St Leonard's acre, the Upper Shott, Millfield and other property [common field names not recorded]. Also advowson right to the rectory of Hackney.
Dated 12 March 1696. Names of occupiers.

SALE CATALOGUE  M3676  1988

Former reference: Acc 1988/5.

Source of acquisition: Donation.


Contents:
Estate formerly owned by the St John Hackney Joint Estate Charities. 35 houses, one garage and three stores. Valentine Road, Poole Road, Queen Anne Road, Killowen Road. With photographs, estate plan, details of tenants and accomodation and rents. Symon Smith, estate agents.

LIBRARY TICKETS  M3677  1930-33

Contents:
For Hackney Public Libraries and student's evening class admission card, belonging to the Blain family of 212 Dalston Lane
5 items

Copy settlement  M3678  1870

Contents:
George Oliver Freeman to George Freeman and William James Bampton
1 item

Two abstracts of title  M3679/1-2  1955-56

Contents:
Of Catherine Maier, William James Young and Harrison Haworth, to 2-30 (even) and 11-47 (odd) Mehetabel Road, 4-10 (even) and 9-17 (odd) Isabella Road, 12-20 Homerton High Street
2 items

Assent  M3679/3  1956

Former reference: Acc 1988/13

Source of acquisition: Donation


Contents:
Relating to properties in Hackney.
Executors of Catherine Young (deceased) to Mrs C E Maier, H Haworth and W J Young
1 item

DEED OF PARTNERSHIP  M3686  1882

Former reference: Acc 1983/2 BRA 2069

Source of acquisition: Gift


Contents:
Between Charles Frederick Coppins and Mary Ann Coppins as smiths and iron founders at Eagle Wharf Road, Hoxton
1 item

AGREEMENT  M3687  1829

Former reference: Acc 1983/2 BRA 2051

Source of acquisition: Permanent loan


Contents:
Between William Eastham of Kingsland and William George Daniel Tyssen of Foley House Maidstone. To secure £200 and interest.
1 item

LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION  M3688  1852

Former reference: Acc 1983/2 BRA 2079

Source of acquisition: Permanent loan


Contents:
Of the effects of George Clayton Collyer of Old Street Road, Shoreditch
1 item

LEASE  M3689  1897

Former reference: Acc 1983/2 BRA 1700

Source of acquisition: Permanent loan


Contents:
Concerning 47 Clifton Street, Finsbury. Charles Christmas Mason to Frank Hanton Collins
1 item

MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT  M3690  1893-1916

Former reference: Acc 1983/2 BRA 2058

Source of acquisition: Permanent loan


Contents:
Of Jospeh Tudor Skinner of 28 Filey Road and Emily Susan Taverner, with related documents
9 items

ASSIGNMENT  M3691  1880

Former reference: Acc 1983/2 BRA 1700

Source of acquisition: Permanent loan


Contents:
Concerning the business and premises of the Reformed Funerals Co. The Company to Halford Lupton Mills
1 item

SETTLEMENTS AND OTHER PAPERS  M3692/1-7  1878-1888

Contents:
Concerning 36 Brooke Road, Hackney and 12a Cullum Street, City of London. Property of Richard Ellis, tailor.

LETTER  M3693  1789

Former reference: Acc 1983/9.

Source of acquisition: Tr from A Ref


Contents:
From John Howard, the penal reformer to Mr Evans. Addressed from Lambs Conduit Street. Concerns storage of trunks etc as Howard is going abroad. Dated 2 May 1789

SCROLL  M3694  1928

Former reference: Acc 1983/7

Contents:
Grant of honorary freedom of the M.B. of Hackney to Alderman Revd John Hillman, Deputy Mayor 1926 - 1927. Hillman is stated to have served on the Vestry and the M.B. Council for over forty years.
Dated 25 July 1928.

LEASE FOR 14 YEARS  M3695  1877

Source of acquisition: Removed from container in Museum collection


Contents:
Parties: Joseph Frederick Danks, the lessor, and William Pope Harris, tobacconist, the lessee.
Property: No 158 Kingsland Rd with apps. Consideration: £20. Rent: £65 pa. Dated 25 May 1877

CUTTINGS BOOK  M3696  1876 - 1880

Former reference: Acc 1982/20

Source of acquisition: Purchased.


Contents:
Scrap book of James Alan White. General cuttings (including a selection in various languages for the firm of A.B.Fleming & Co (Scottish printers), copy examination papers etc. On pp 26 - 29, 47 and 50 - 53 are ephemera produced by the New Gravel Pit Church, Hackney for a Christmas soiree (1879), a 'Congregational Soiree' (1877) and a concert (1880)

PERSONAL PAPERS OF CHARLOTTE MILLER. (post decease)  M3697  1904-1906

Former reference: Acc 1982/17

Source of acquisition: Purchased.


Contents:
Includes Probate of will (2 November 1904) Mrs Miller, formerly of 43 Downs Park Rd later 113 Sandringham Rd, Hackney owned houses in Plumstead, Kent; Bateman's Row, Co of London, Nos 43 - 47 Downs Park Rd and 5 - 11 Moorfield St. Papers also include copy death certificate, rent receipts and a bill from R.Setchell, builder of 81 Dalston Lane. 1 bundle

MORTGAGE & LEASE  M3698  1889-1897

Former reference: Acc 1983/4

Source of acquisition: Purchased.


Contents:
Property: The Globe Public House, No 84 Labernum Street, Kingsland Road.
Mortgage between William Thomas Johnston, publican and Courage & Co, brewers for £325, dated 13 May 1889. Lease for 25 years between Charles Albert Davis of the Swan Brewery, Fulham, lessor and Thomas Phillips of the Abbey Brewery, West Malling, Kent, lessee. Consideration: £250; Rent: £50 pa.

FURTHER CHARGE ON MORTGAGE  M3699  1880

Former reference: Acc 1982/22

Source of acquisition: Donation via LB Camden


Contents:
Parties: George Colwell and the Rock Permanent Building Society.
Property: No 18 Nevill Road, Stoke Newington (formerly No 4)
With schedule. Dated 5 February 1880

FAMILY TREE  M3700  1886

Former reference: Acc 1983/29

Source of acquisition: Tr from A Ref. (H 83)


Contents:
Family tree of Gibson of Bampton, Co Westmoreland. Includes entry re Jane Gibson 1740/1 - 1777, bur Hackney Church.
Printed.

FAMILY TREE  M3701  post 1846

Former reference: Acc 1983/29

Source of acquisition: Tr from A Ref (H84)


Contents:
Family tree of Hanson family, n.d. Drawn up in connection with admission of members of family to property copyhold of Lordshold Manor, Hackney.

COLLECTION OF LETTERS AND ASSOCIATED MATERIAL, FROM STOKE NEWINGTON LIBRARY.  M3702-M3849  1700-1970

Source of acquisition: TRANSFERRED FROM STOKE NEWINGTON LIBRARY (SNL) OCTOBER 1983


Letter and rough sketch  M3702  5 January 1923

Former reference: (SNL 1191)

Contents:
Bernard Kettle to Mr Preece concerning the coat of arms of Sir Thomas ABNEY and another.
With details of Sir Thomas Abney's marriages.

Autograph of Sir Thomas ABNEY  M3703  8 August 1721

Former reference: (SNL 1354)

Notes taken from the "Gentleman's Magazine" concerning deaths of Mrs Elizabeth ADDERLEY and Mr Thomas ADDERLEY.  M3704  March 1801-April 1801

Former reference: (SNL 2018)

Note  M3705  18 January 1830

Former reference: (SNL 1214)

Contents:
Concerning anniversary of the Society of Arts + presentation to Arthur AIKIN, son of Dr. Aikin, nephew of Mrs Barbauld (d. 1854)

Letter  M3706  26 August 1802

Former reference: (SNL 1221)

Contents:
A. AIKIN to A M Pinkerton concerning compilation of the Geography, his recent visit to North Wales (with emphasis on Natural History) and a request for books from Paris
(Pencil addition)

Letter  M3707  14 December 1886

Former reference: (SNL 1211)

Contents:
Charles A AIKIN concerning the burial places of his relatives.

Letter  M3708  17 June 1823

Former reference: (SNL 1347)

Contents:
C.R. AIKIN to Mrs Reeve
Condolences and family news.

Cutting  M3709  undated

Former reference: (SNL 1219)

Contents:
Biographical details of Dr John AIKIN (1747-1822)

Letter  M3710  20 November 1791

Former reference: (SNL 1361)

Contents:
Dr J. AIKIN to his sister Mrs Barbauld, Personal news.

Letter  M3711  20 March 1799

Former reference: (SNL 1225)

Contents:
J. AIKIN to J Pinkerton concerning his involvement with the "Monthly Magazine"

Letter  M3712  15 April 1799

Former reference: (SNL 1220)

Contents:
J AIKIN to J. Cooper Walker concerning literary matters, and the "General Biography".

Letter  M3713  29 September 1808

Former reference: (SNL 1344)

Contents:
J. AIKIN concerning a book to be published.

Note  M3714  6 May 1816

Former reference: (SNL 1219)

Contents:
Dr AIKIN to Messrs Longman and Co. Minor matters.

Note  M3715  30 December 1818

Former reference: (SNL 1208)

Contents:
Dr AIKIN to Messrs Longman and Co. Minor matters

Calling card of Miss AIKIN  M3716  undated

Former reference: (SNL 1211)

Invitation  M3717  undated

Former reference: (SNL 1196)

Contents:
Miss AIKIN to Dr Brown, 15 June ?

Letter  M3718  2 September 1802

Former reference: (SNL 2413)

Contents:
Lucy AIKIN to Mr Dyer
Apologies for raillery.
Discussion of his "Memoirs"

Letter  M3719  5 July 1816

Former reference: (SNL 1226)

Contents:
Lucy AIKIN to Miss Binger, Domestic news.

Note  M3720  6 March 1819

Former reference: (SNL 1724)

Contents:
Lucy AIKIN concerning a bankruptcy.

Note  M3721  undated

Former reference: (SNL 1340)

Contents:
Lucy AIKIN to Mrs Mallett requesting Mackintosh's "Great History".

Letter  M3722  16 September 1806

Contents:
Lucy AIKIN to Miss Taylor (later Mrs Reeve) concerning Miss Taylor's betrothed.
And other domestic news.

Letter  M3723  22 July 1812

Former reference: (SNL 1171)

Contents:
Lucy AIKIN to Miss Taylor, on domestic matters.

Letter  M3724  13 November 1886

Contents:
M.E. Martin to Mr Sage concerning his aunt, Miss C. AIKIN, Dr. AIKIN, and Mrs BARBAULD.

Letter  M3725  undated

Former reference: (SNL 1346)

Contents:
Mrs BARBAULD to Mr Johnson on literary matters.

Letter (incomplete)  M3726  undated

Former reference: (SNL 1370)

Contents:
Mrs BARBAULD to Mrs Reeve on some "happy event"

Letter  M3727  29 December 1807

Former reference: (SNL 1341)

Contents:
Mrs BARBAULD to Mrs Reeve, on 'Miss Taylor's marriage to Dr. Reeve.

Letter  M3728  12 April 1809

Former reference: (SNL 1342)

Contents:
Mrs BARBAULD to Mrs Reeve, on literary and domestic matters.

Letter  M3729  26 November 1818

Former reference: (SNL 1349)

Contents:
Mrs BARBAULD to Mrs Reeve, concerning Mrs Taylor's ill-health.

Letter  M3730  12 October ?

Former reference: (SNL 1345)

Contents:
Mrs BARBAULD to Mrs Reeve, on the death of Mr Reeve (?)

Letter  M3731  15 June 1823

Former reference: (SNL 1171)

Contents:
Mrs BARBAULD to Mrs Reeve. Letter of condolence.

Letter  M3732  29 December 1814

Former reference: (SNL 1350)

Contents:
Mrs BARBAULD to Mrs Taylor, on death of her son-in-law, Dr Reeve.
Congratulations on her daughter, Sarah's engagement/Remarks on Byron and Wordsworth's poetry. Remarks on French Revolution.

Letter  M3733  undated

Former reference: (SNL 1173)

Contents:
Mrs BARBAULD concerning expected visit of Mrs Taylor.

Letter  M3734  18 November 1817

Former reference: (SNL 1171)

Contents:
Mrs BARBAULD to Miss Dixon entitled "Allegory on Leisure"

Letter  M3735  28 February

Contents:
Mrs BARBAULD to her brother Dr. Aikin, literary and domestic matters.

Letter  M3736  12 August 1838

Former reference: (SNL 3006)

Contents:
Mrs Grizell ALLEN to Beldam and Matthews with references to the Colonial Office and Lord Glenely.

Notes  M3737  undated

Former reference: (SNL 2123)

Contents:
Consistory of London Records. Books of Depositions and Answers. Preserved in the Probate Registry, Somerset House, Book 6 (for 1541) folio 22.
Case of ARNOLD contra ANSON (or Hanson)

Letter  M3738  3 March 1840

Former reference: (SNL 1353)

Contents:
Sir Charles BARRY (Architect).
(Restored Old St. Marys Church)

Document of Appointment  M3739  10 February 1887

Former reference: (SNL 3140)

Contents:
Robert Cornelis, Lord Napier of Magdala, Constable of the Tower Of London, Lord Lieutenant of the Tower Hamlets,
Appoints
Wynne Edwin BAXTER to be Deputy Lieutenant of the Tower Hamlets.

Notes  M3740  undated

Former reference: (SNL 2087)

Contents:
Genealogical information on the BAXTER family.

Notes  M3741  1322

Former reference: (SNL 2122)

Contents:
Concerning Richard BOELANDE, Rector of Stoke Newington, Taken from the original grants in the possession of the Corporation of the City of London communicated to the Rev. W. Bryant Salmon M.A. by Mr Hancock.

Letters  M3742-M3743  1910-1912


Related information: See also M3781 and M3782

Contents:
William BOWEN to George Preece, with reference to Thomas Holloway, engraver.

Letter  M3744  4 July 1939

Former reference: (SNL 2337)

Contents:
W. Mason BRADBEAR to the Library Committee, regarding his brother, H.N. BRADBEAR, an organist, and sketcher of both the Old and New St. Mary's Church.

Letter and Envelope  M3745  16 May 1871

Former reference: (SNL 1169)

Contents:
Robert BRETT to Miss Brooke

Address Label  M3746  1911

Former reference: (SNL 2181)

Contents:
To Royal Academy Exhibition, concerning portrait of J.R. BROUGH, Mayor of Stoke Newington.

Letter  M3747  undated

Former reference: (SNL 1781)

Contents:
F.W. Baxter to Mr [George] Preece, concerning "a well known poster artist named (?) BROWN".

Letter  M3748  8 November 1917

Former reference: (SNL 1925)

Contents:
A. Samler Brown to Revd. Herbert Davis, concerning his greatgrandfather, Samuel BROWN (b. 1750)

Letter and Envelope  M3749  23 July 1902

Contents:
From H.M. Yacht Victoria and Albert to Mr J.F. BURTON with reference to a dispute between Lord Penrhyn and some of his quarrymen.

Letter  M3750  3 April 1902

Contents:
John M. Robertson to J.F. BURTON on literary matters.

Letter  M3751  5 December 1917

Contents:
Frank BURTON to his father. Discussion of his father's poetry.

Acknowledgement  M3752  7 October 1902

Contents:
Mr CARNEGIE to Mayor Eve on receiving application, possibly connected with the Public Libraries in Stoke Newington.

Letter  M3753  24 November 1819

Former reference: (SNL 1186)

Contents:
Anne CARTER, condolences, with fitting prayers.

Letter  M3754  10 May 1916

Former reference: (SNL 1923)

Contents:
Lewis CHASE to Mr [George] Preece, from aboard the U.S.M.S. "St. Louis".

Appointment  M3755  27 December 1794

Former reference: (SNL 135)

Contents:
Revd. William COOKE (Rector of Stoke Newington 1767-1769) appoints
Revd. George GASKIN (Rector of Stoke Newington 1797-1829) to collect tithes.

Postcard  M3756  13 November 1930

Former reference: (SNL 2118)

Contents:
J.W. Dame Powell to Mr George Preece concerning Harriot CORP (writer)

Letter  M3757  4 February 1826

Former reference: (SNL 1172)

Contents:
J.A. COTTON to F. Tappenden. Request for an abstract of marriage settlement prior to leasing of house (pencilled addition places property in Church Street, Stoke Newington)

Letter  M3758  30 November 1781

Former reference: (SNL 1335)

Contents:
Thomas DAY to Mr H. Laurence. Personal letter.

Letters  M3759  1728-1729

Contents:
(SNL 1356) Daniel Defoe to Robert Harley, Principal Secretary of State.
Relative to the meetings of the General Assembly 1706. 2 November 1706
(SNL 1216) (b) Daniel Defoe to Henry Baker (with typed transcription). Henry Baker was Defoe's son-in-law. Timothy Sutton was owner of the house occupied by Defoe in Stoke Newington. 21 January 1729
(SNL 1432) (c) Henry Baker to Daniel Defoe Text from draft scribbled on back of preceding letter. 21-25 January 1729
(SNL 1432) (d) Daniel Defoe to Henry Baker (some written transcription) concerning Defoe's conduct in some matter. 9 September 1728
(SNL 1215) (e) Daniel Defoe to Henry Baker Family matters. April 1729

Letter  M3760  10 June 1918

Former reference: (SNL 2078)

Contents:
M.K Briggs to the Mayor, Stoke Newington. Extract from "The Life of Charles DICKENS"' with reference to Stoke Newington.

Letter  M3761  6 December 1910

Former reference: (SNL 2092)

Contents:
John Murray to Mr George Preece concerning portraits of BEACONSFIELD.

Letter  M3762  Late 18th/early 19th century

Contents:
Isaac D'ISRAELI to P. Hoare, on literary matters.

Letter  M3763  18 June 1881

Former reference: (SNL 2377)

Contents:
T. Noble to W.E. Baxter, concerning the residence of the Earl of BEACONSFIELD's grandfather in Stoke Newington.

Sketch  M3764  undated

Former reference: (SNL 1207)

Contents:
From the "London Illustrated News".
"The Late Mr. DISRAELI" from a sketch by Count d'Orsay, 1848.

Letter  M3765  14 December 1910

Former reference: (SNL 2105)

Contents:
George Preece to Mr Spratling, concerning the house of DISRAELI in Stoke Newington.

Letter  M3766  25 March 1928

Former reference: (SNL 2062)

Contents:
F.W. Baxter to Mr [George] Preece, concerning QUEEN ELIZABETH I and the bells of St. Mary's Church, Stoke Newington.

Declaration  M3767  20 May 1813

Former reference: (SNL 1363)

Contents:
The account of the attack on Dorothy ELLIOTT, tollkeeper of Paradise Row, Stoke Newington, by William Pratt, 20 May 1813. Sworn before George Gaskin, 20 May 1813.

Letter  M3768  19 December 1707

Contents:
Edmund FARRINGTON to his son, also Edmund, declining invitation to Newington Green "this winter time when the roads are bad, which may hazzard to put my daughter into a fright".

Letter  M3769  6 December 1708

Former reference: (SNL 1362)

Contents:
Ann FARRINGTON to her brother dissuading him from going to Flanders, "For it is bad this war time, and I would not have you make too great hast to be rich".

Letter  M3770  29 May 1623

Former reference: (SNL 1218)

Contents:
Ann FARRINGTON to her brother, John, in the French ordinary Court, Merchant.

Authorisation by Richard Suter to Messrs Rogers, Olding, Sharpe and Co. to pay Mr FRANKS.  M3771  14 August 1848

Former reference: (SNL 1198)

Extract from "The Gentleman's Magazine", concerning Mr Isaac FURTADO, and conversion of his son and two daughters to C. of E. (1799)  M3772  June 1801

Former reference: (SNL 2019)

Letter  M3773  early 19th century

Former reference: (SNL 1910)

Contents:
George GASKIN, concerning financial provision to members of his family.

Letter (+ typed transcription)  M3774  17 August 1775

Former reference: (SNL 1896/97)

Contents:
George GASKIN on Methodism.

Letter  M3775  November 1775

Former reference: (SNL 1358)

Contents:
George GASKIN to an Oxford friend; discussion of "The Pastoral Cave" by Bishop Burnet.

Letter  M3776  27 January 1804

Former reference: (SNL 2113)

Contents:
George GASKIN to Revd. Mr. Glosse, acknowledging an invitation to dinner.

Orders for payment on account of George GASKIN  M3777  1806-1813

Former reference: (SNL 1203); (SNL 1217); (SNL 1725)

Newspaper Cutting  M3778  22 June 1815

Former reference: (SNL 19)

Contents:
From the "Times"
Notice of a sermon to be preached by the Revd G. GASKIN

Letter  M3779  Late 19th century

Former reference: (SNL 1786)

Contents:
James GREENWOOD to Mr Spratling declining invitation to dinner.

Letter  M3780  12 October 1843

Contents:
W.J. and Susan HARRIS to their father, Edward, family news.

Notes  M3781  14 October 1912

Contents:
William Baven with reference to Thomas HOLLOWAY.

Letter  M3782  17 October 1817

Former reference: (SNL 1204)

Contents:
Thomas HOLLOWAY to J.B. Drayton concerning purchase of vellum etc.

Letter  M3783  25 June 1918

Former reference: (SNL 2250)

Contents:
Kate C. HUNT to Mr Baxter on the death of her husband.

Letters  M3784  1924-1931

Contents:
H.J. JACKSON to Miss Ada Wrightson with detailed information concerning Paradise Row.
[21 letters + 1 newspaper cutting]
[Presented by Miss Wrightson, 1930]

Letter  M3785  18 May 1912

Former reference: (SNL 2345)

Contents:
A. Blountfield JACKSON with reference to his father, curate at Stoke Newington, and his aunt, H.J. Jackson (M3784) (with amusing poem on back)

Letter (extract for signature)  M3786  undated

Former reference: (SNL 1339)

Contents:
Dr Samuel JOHNSON to James Elphinston

Letter  M3787  24 November 1923

Former reference: (SNL 1922)

Contents:
F.W. Baxter to Mr (George) Preece concerning Miss Cecilia Anne JONES, authoress associated with Stoke Newington.

Letter  M3788  25 June 1892

Former reference: (SNL 1887)

Contents:
To Mr Sage concerning the works of the Revd. V. KNOX, associated with Stoke Newington.

Pamphlet  M3789  1939

Former reference: (SNL 1750)

Contents:
To the Immortal Memory of Richard JEFFRIES by Samuel L. Looker. Issued upon the occasion of the unveiling of a Tablet of Indication and Remembrance upon the house in which he died, Goring by Sea, Sussex.

Letter  M3790  23 October ?

Former reference: (SNL 1174)

Contents:
John G.MacLEOD concerning autographs of Isaac Williams and Archdeacon Julius Jeane.

Letter  M3791  5 October 1889

Former reference: (SNL 1814)

Contents:
G. MANSBRIDGE to Mr Manton. Annoyance at attack on Mr Manton which appeared in the "Recorder" of 4 October 1889.

Letter  M3792  5 July 1858

Former reference: (SNL 1210)

Contents:
J. Boyne Collier to Edward J. Sage concerning Samuel MATHER and information on Newington Green.

Note  M3793  30 October ?

Former reference: (SNL 2111)

Contents:
W Monk enquiring after the price of the "Rapport".

Letter  M3794  12 December 1861

Former reference: (SNL 1365)

Contents:
W. MONK (local music teacher) to Mr Williams quoting charges for giving a singing class.

Letter  M3795  17 October 1801

Former reference: (SNL 1205)

Contents:
(And typed transcription)
J. NICHOLS to the Earl of FERRERS.
Also details of the life of John NICHOLS.

Handwritten transcription  M3796  [n.d.]

Former reference: (SNL 1739)

Contents:
Extract from the Diary of Henry Machyn concerning Thomas, 4th Duke of NORFOLK (1557)

Letter  M3797  8 August 1904

Former reference: (SNL 1946)

Contents:
Mr ORMOND, Mayor of Stoke Newington, concerning subscriptions for H.R.H. the Prince of Wales' National Relief Fund for Sufferers of the war.

Note and cutting  M3798  10 July 1921

Former reference: (SNL 1945)

Contents:
(i) Note
F.W. Baxter to Mr George Preece, O.B.E. accompanying
(ii) Cutting
Concerning a William PENN relic donated by Miss J.P. Moline.

Letter  M3799  5 November 1915

Former reference: (SNL 2023)

Contents:
R.W. Hogg to Mr George Preece concerning Edgar Allen POE.

Letter  M3800  23 May 1947

Contents:
Harold Adshead concerning Edgar Allan POE with Poem:
"Edgar Allan Poe at School in Stoke Newington".

Letter  M3801  January 1735

Former reference: (SNL 1185)

Contents:
Alexander POPE to William Fortescue, personal letter.

Letter  M3802  27 March 1776

Former reference: (SNL 1184)

Contents:
Dr. Richard PRICE to Mr Oliver, concerning elections for lectureships in the Church, Richard Price being a Dissenting minister.

Letter  M3803  21 May 1782

Former reference: (SNL 1189)

Contents:
Dr. Richard PRICE to Lord Shelburne, information regarding Volunteer companies in Yarmouth.
Shelburne's declaration in favour of equal representation.

Letter  M3804  1 January 1783

Former reference: (SNL 1182)

Contents:
Dr. Richard PRICE to Dr. Joseph Banks concerning a meeting to be held to resolve disputes in the Royal Society.

Letter  M3805  Mid 18th century

Former reference: (SNL 1357)

Contents:
Dr. Richard PRICE to the printer of the "Public Advertiser" concerning assertions made by "Probus" Regarding the National Debt.
Authenticated as the handwriting of Dr. Price by his grand-nephew, Arthur Morgan, in a letter to the Revd. J. Cromwell, April 9, 1841.

Envelope  M3806  undated

Former reference: (SNL 1202)

Contents:
Addressed to John SCOTT with note on back from Thomas Cromwell concerning Dr. Price (cf M3805)

Letter  M3807  28 November 1854


Related information: See also M3842

Contents:
Committee, Stoke Newington Dispensary, to Mrs Richard SMITH on the death of Mr Richard SMITH.

Letters  M3808  1841

Former reference: (SNL 1212); (SNL 1352)

Contents:
(i) Samuel ROGERS concelling an engagement undated
(ii) Samuel ROGERS to the Duchess of Sutherland undated
(iii) Photocopy; Samuel ROGERS relating birth place 12 July 1841
(iv) Autograph of Samuel ROGERS undated

Letter  M3809  9 December 1851

Former reference: (SNL 1212)

Contents:
Henry ROGERS to Samuel Tammins (?) concerning an unspecified request from "The Polytechnic Institute" Birmingham (?)

Note  M3810  21 March 1906

Former reference: (SNL 2006)

Contents:
Frank Edwin MARLEY to E J Sage regarding the "Supper Club", members included Thomas Rogers
Dr Price
Revd Thoresby
William Burgh
Reference to Rogers' poem "Human Life"

Postcard (damaged)  M3811  28 October 1891

Contents:
Mr J RUNSY (?) to Mr Spratling concerning Sir John Lubbach's membership of the Beck Memorial Committee.

Letter  M3812  8 May 1901

Former reference: (SNL 1992)

Contents:
Mr J RUNSY (?) to Mr Spratling regarding a successful reception.

Letter  M3813  15 May 1832

Former reference: (SNL 2086)

Contents:
J RUTT to J.R. Harwood regarding a trip to Ramsgate.

Letter  M3814  7 June 1832

Former reference: (SNL 1720)

Contents:
J.T. RUTT to J.R. Harwood.
Apologies for non-attendance at a Committee Meeting.

Letter  M3815  2 July 1832

Former reference: (SNL 1721)

Contents:
J.T. RUTT to J.R. Harwood concerning the plight of a Unitarian family about to go abroad because of financial difficulties.

Envelope  M3816  4 July 1868

Former reference: (SNL 1372)

Contents:
Addressed to Edward J. SAGE

Letter  M3817  28 March 1849

Former reference: (SNL 1367)

Contents:
To E.J. SAGE concerning Dr. Cumming's Sermon.

Letter  M3818  19 August 1850

Contents:
To E.J. SAGE
Acknowledging receipt of complaint to be laid before the Directors of the Eastern Counties Railway.

Letter  M3819  undated

Former reference: (SNL 1369)

Contents:
"Parson Frank" to E.J. SAGE with reference to Carlyle's "Heroes and Hero Worship" and "Sartus Resontus"

Letter (typed)  M3820  1914

Former reference: (SNL 2212)

Contents:
K.J. ORMOND, Mayor of Stoke Newington, referring to marriage of Revd W Bryant SALMON and expressing a desire to make a presentation to him.

Postcard  M3821  25 March 1912

Former reference: (SNL 1421)

Contents:
F.W. BAXTER to Mr George Preece concerning Mr Richard SEAR, elected church lecturer, 30 January 1704/5

Letter  M3822  21 September 1908

Contents:
To Revd Prebendary SHELFORD concerning papers relating to the Revd's ancestors.

Letter  M3823  7 October 1908

Contents:
Revd Prebendary SHELFORD. Reply to [M3822]

Account Book  M3824  1876

Former reference: (SNL 1839)

Contents:
J.R. SPRATLING.
Mostly concerning school expenses. School: Public School, Boston. 1874

List of Charges  M3825  3 April 1890

Former reference: (SNL 2190)

Contents:
J.R. SPRATLING to the London School Board.
Charges for "Spratling's patent Blackboard Ruler"

Acknowledgement  M3826  1 January 1891

Former reference: (SNL 2196)

Contents:
Harry Hunter (?) to J.R. SPRATLING.

Message of Thanks  M3827  8 December 1893

Former reference: (SNL 2111)

Contents:
Official message of thanks from the Museum, Library and Arts Committee, Warrington, to Thomas CLUTHOR for a gift of Spratlings "Story of Church Street, Stoke Newington".

Letter  M3828  9 November 1897

Former reference: (SNL 2002)

Contents:
'The Survey of London' to J.R. SPRATLING.
Thanks for a copy of "The Story of Church Street, Stoke Newington".

Acknowledgement  M3829  12 June 1902

Former reference: (SNL 1999)

Contents:
Stoke Newington Public Libraries Committee to J.R. SPRATLING, acknowledging receipt of a copy of "The Story of Church Street, Stoke Newington".

Letter  M3830  undated

Former reference: (SNL 2003)

Contents:
Gilbert Hudson to J.R. SPRATLING seeking Spratling's opinions on Hudson's translation of one of Hugo's works, Spratling being a French scholar. Postscript refers to "motor-mad modernity".

Certificate  M3831  1919

Former reference: (SNL 2099)

Contents:
Of J.R. SPRATLING as a member of the Stoke Newington Volunteers 1914-1919.

Letter  M3832  4 March 1822

Former reference: (SNL 1183)

Contents:
SUNDIUS to John Wilks Acknowledgement of Wilks work "Of securing a sacred Observance to the Lord's Day".
Reference to the British and Foreign Bible Society.

Letter (typed) and envelope  M3833  10 April 1919

Former reference: (SNL 2079)

Contents:
William C Lane to Revd J. Lionel TAYLOR concerning Charles MORTON, Vice-President of Harvard College, 1697-8

Certification  M3834  4 March 1761

Former reference: (SNL 1433)

Contents:
Ralph Thoresby, Rector of Stoke Newington, concerning Charles BEDFORD.

Letter  M3835  1 March 1924

Former reference: (SNL 1748)

Contents:
J.W. TURNER to F.W. BAXTER, concerning the theatrical owner Bearbohm TREE.

Poem  M3836  Undated

Former reference: (SNL 1222)

Contents:
Isaac WATTS
"On the death of my sister Martha Watts who died June 23, 1691, aged 7 months 19 days".

Poem  M3837  Undated

Former reference: (SNL 1223); (SNL 1209)

Contents:
Isaac WATTS
"On the death of my sister Elizabeth Watts who deceased November 11, 1691, aged 2 years".

Handwritten paper  M3838  27 February 1970

Contents:
Concerning the two poems of Isaac WATTS mentioned in M3836 and M3837.

Letter (typed copy)  M3839  March 1700

Former reference: (SNL 1664)

Contents:
Enoch Watts to Dr WATTS, his brother, "importuning him to publish his hymns".

Letter  M3840  28 January 1737

Former reference: (SNL 1360)

Contents:
Dr WATTS to Mr Jay on correcting a pious poem.
Postscript refers to Lady Abney

Letter  M3841  14 July 1768

Former reference: (SNL 1348)

Contents:
Dr Isaac WATTS to Revd Broughton concerning purchase of some 1,500 bibles.

Letter  M3842  2 November 1854


Related information: See Also M3807

Contents:
Thomas WHITE to Mrs Smith on the death of her husband, Mr Richard SMITH.

Notice of Death  M3843  4 January 1935

Former reference: (SNL 2101)

Contents:
Report of the death of Dr Heyman WREFORD, Treasurer of the Bible and Testament Depot, with details of his last days on earth.

Cutting  M3844  27 June 1935

Former reference: (SNL 1166)

Contents:
Concerning Mr C Kent WRIGHT, Town Clerk, Stoke Newington, author of the book "The lighter side of Local Government".

Postcards  M3845-M3847  October 1887

Former reference: SNL 2098

Contents:
Addressed to Mr GILTSPUR (the pseudonym of J.R. SPRATLING) at the North London Guardian.
(i) Posted from Chester 14 October 1887
(ii) Posted from Oxford 17 October 1887
(iii) Posted from Haslemere 29 October 1887

Collection of autographs  M3848  Undated

Former reference: (SNL 423)

Declaration  M3849  18 December 1800

Former reference: (SNL 1224)

Contents:
Made by the inhabitants of Stoke Newington to observe the Proclamation recommending economy and frugality in the consuming of bread.

Deeds relating to property in Stoke Newington  M3851 - M3891  [n.d.]

Archival history:
These deeds were formerly numbered in an artificial series 1 - 89. They had been listed and indexed by W.J.Benton in 1971, but the list did not include any description of property and in certain cases cut across deed series. The collection as transferred also contained a number of deeds which had been acquired because of the names of the persons, not because of any property connection. In certain cases these have been deposited with the relevant record offices. Acc 1983/37
The old and new numbers are given below:
1. M3851/1;
2. M3851/2;
3. M3851/3;
4. M3851/5;
5. M3851/4;
6. M3851/6;
7. M3851/8;
8. M3851/7;
9. M3851/9;
10. M3851/10;
11. M3851/11;
12. M3851/14;
13. M3851/13;
14. M3851/15;
15. M3851/16;
16. M3851/17;
17. M3851/18;
18. M3851/19;
19. M3851/20;
20. M3851/21;
21. Tr to book stock;
22. Tr to book stock;
23. M3852;
24. M3853;
25. M3856;
26. M3857;
27. M3858/6;
28. M3858/5;
29. M3859;
30. M3858/1;
31. M3858/2;
32. M3858/3;
33. M3858/7;
34. M3860/3;
35. M3858/8;
36. M3860/4;
37. M3864;
38. M3860/6;
39. M3865/1;
40. M3863/3;
41. M3860/1;
42. M3866;
43. M3863/2;
44. M3863/1;
45. Dep Guildhall Library;
46. Dep;
47. M3868/2;
48. M3869;
49. M3870;
50. M3871;
51. Dep LB Weltham Forest;
52. Dep Guildhall Library;
53. M3854;
54. M3861;
55. M3862;
56. M3855;
57. M3872/2;
58. M3874;
59. M3875/1;
60. M3872/1;
61. M3876/2;
62. M3876/1;
63. M3865/2;
64. M3877;
65. M3858/4;
66. M3878;
67. M3860/2;
68. M3867;
69. M3860/5;
70. M3875/2;
71. M3873;
72. M3879;
73. M3868/1;
74. M3880;
75. M3881/2;
76. M3882;
77. M3875/3;
78. M3883;
79. M3881/1;
80. Dep Guildhall Library;
81. M3884;
82. M3885;
83. M3886;
84. M3887;
85. M3888;
86. M3889;
87. M3890;
88. Dep Lincs RO;
89. M3891

Source of acquisition: DEEDS TRANSFERRED FROM STOKE NEWINGTON REFERENCE LIBRARY IN 1981


Title deeds for No 32 Church Street Stoke Newington.  M3851  1780 - 1879

Former reference: Acc 1983/37/4

Source of acquisition: Transferred from Stoke Newington Reference Library.
Listed: October 1983.


ADMISSION. Manor of Stoke Newington  M3851/1  4 May 1780

Contents:
Recites death of John Bowes seised of 3 copyhold messuages. In his will of 3 June 1789 these left to daughter and son-in-law Margaret and Jonathan Eade. One house and estate late in the occupation of Lydia Eamonson (later to become No 32), the second late Godalich Gatfield, now Mary Arbuthnot and the third late Peacock now Ann Ebsworth. Bowes originally admitted 13 November 1766 on surrender of Thomas Head.
Fine: £120.

SURRENDER Out of court, Manor of Stoke Newington.  M3851/2  23 May 1796

Contents:
Jonathan and Margaret Eade to the occupier, Charles Henry DuBois (No 32 only).

BARGAIN & SALE  M3851/3  23 May 1796

Contents:
The Eades to DuBois as above. Consideration: £550

ADMISSION. Manor of Stoke Newington  M3851/4  10 February 1797

Contents:
DuBois on surrender of the Eades.
DuBois surrenders to use of will.
Fine: £50 Rent: £4

ADMISSION Manor of Stoke Newington  M3851/5  23 May 1824

Contents:
William DuBois, aged 35 on death of Charles Henry DuBois. Fine: £130

DECREE OF COVENANT TO SURRENDER  M3851/6  19 June 1826

Contents:
DuBois to Robert Shephard, who is to purchase for £662 10s.

DECREE IN CHANCERY  M3851/7  16 April 1835

Contents:
In case of Shephard v DuBois. Robert Shephard died shortly after (6) transacted and DuBois did not surrender. DuBois' daughters, Esther, Amelia, Ann and Louise now in case brought by Shephard's sons & heirs (DuBois died 5 December 1833). Sons: Robert Howard Shephard and Richard James Shephard

REPORT  M3851/8  23 July 1835

Contents:
In above case outlining positions

ORDER IN CHANCERY  M3851/9  7 August 1835

Contents:
In above case of Shephard v Dubois. Orders the DuBois daughters to enact the surrender.

ADMISSION. Manor of Stoke Newington  M3851/10  12 May 1836

Contents:
Of Robert Howard Shephard. Fine £90 Property as above.

POWER OF ATTORNEY  M3851/11  7 February 1840

Contents:
Granted by Louisa, Robert Howard, Richard James Shephard and George Box, heirs of Robert Shephard to Henry Charles Gibbs for surrender of copyhold property.

DEED of covenant to surrender  M3851/12  12 May 1840

Contents:
The Shepards and Box to David Timothy. Consideration: £330

SURRENDER OUT OF COURT. Manor of Stoke Newington  M3851/13  12 May 1840

Contents:
Parties as (12) Property as above, now occupied by William Penn Foster. Consideration (inclusive) £550

ADMISSION. Manor of Stoke Newington  M3851/14  28 May 1840

Contents:
Of David Timothy. Property as above Fine £75

LICENSE TO DEMISE. Manor of Stoke Newington  M3851/15  31 December 1861

Contents:
Granted to David Timothy to lease to Edward Bastin for up to 21 years, at £55 pa. Fine: 1 guinea.

LEASE FOR 21 YEARS  M3851/16  10 January 1862

Contents:
Timothy to Bastin as in (15).
Property as above. With schedule of fixtures.

OFFICE COPY OF CERTIFICATE OF PAYMENT  M3851/17  12 November 1869

Contents:
Of £449 10s paid by F.Kidston in auction sale.
(Document misdated see (20) below)

COPY ADMISSION Manor of Stoke Newington  M3851/18  9 December [...] 186

Contents:
Of Peter Vincent Timothy, Justus Theophilus Timothy and George Barker, devisees of David Timothy.
To property as above.

ENFRANCHISEMENT  M3851/19  3 February 1870

Contents:
Robert Henly, Revd Edward Eade & the Ecclesiastical Commissioners as Lords of the Manor to parties as (18)
For property as above.

CONVEYANCE  M3851/20  24 February 1870

Contents:
The Timothys and Barker to Filmer Kidston for £499 10s and £50 10s.
With declaration attached by Kidston re inaccurate dating of (17--), dated 1879.

CONTRACT / SALE CATALOGUE  M3851/21  28 October 1879

Contents:
Of No 32 Church Street. Purchaser for £1350 Daniel John Pash.

COUNTERPART LEASE FOR 21 years  M3852  2 October 1775

Former reference: Acc 1983/37.

Source of acquisition: Tr Stoke Ref.


Contents:
Parties: 1. Richard Beauvoir
2. Samuel Rhodes of Balmes. the lessee.
Property: 6a of meadow, part of a field forming part of Balmes Farm on the side of the North Road, St John, Hackney. (Plan attached). Consideration: £1,200. Rent: £24pa. Permission to dig for brick earth.

COPY ADMISSION. Manor of Stoke Newington  M3853  10 May 1804

Former reference: Acc 1983/37

Source of acquisition: Tr Stoke Ref


Contents:
Of Martha Carr on the death of her father William Carr to four closes of pasture adjoining a garden formerly occupied by Samuel Goddard, and now Ellis, on one of which a barn once stood. Late occupied by James Oliver. Carr admitted 25 May 1797.

COUNTERPART LEASE FOR 10 years  M3854  8 May 1811

Former reference: Acc 1983/37

Source of acquisition: Tr Stoke Ref.


Contents:
Parties: Martha Carr and Samuel Rhodes, brickmaker of Hoxton, the lessee.
Property: as above, described as containing 20a bounded north by garden walls of houses in Church St, Stoke Newington, east on a nursery occupied by Mr Ross and others, and also east on grounds of Samuel Elmes, south in part on Cut Throat Lane and a field occupied by Rhodes; and late in the tenure of Samuel Hartwell, cowkeeper and Johnson.
Rent: £160 pa. Clauses re tillage and water-courses.

LEASE FOR 60½ years  M3855  17 November 1817

Former reference: Acc 1983/37

Source of acquisition: Tr. Stoke Ref.


Contents:
Parties: 1. Samuel & William Rhodes.
2. Thomas Widdows.
Property: Parcel of ground lying near Stoke Newington in the parish of St John at Hackney fronting on the high road from Kingsland to Newington and abutting on an opening intended for a new street. (Plan in margin).
Rent: peppercorn for first year, £6 pa thereafter. Widdows to build a house at own expense.
Endorsed by assignment of 22 July 1819 by Widdows of the lease to Robert Budden for £630.

WILL  M3856  8 October 1672

Former reference: Acc 1983/37

Source of acquisition: Tr Stoke Ref.


Contents:
Of Anne Sutton, widow, late wife of Thomas Sutton of Newington Green.
Houses in Minories, City of London and household goods (given in detail) Main heir: daughter Martha Gibson.

LEASE FOR 58¾ years  M3857  24 March 1829

Former reference: Acc 1983/37

Source of acquisition: Tr Stoke Ref.


Contents:
Parties: Thomas Butts Aveling and John Buck of Clapton, the lessee.
Property: piece of ground with three newly built houses in Caroline Street leading out of Kates Lane, or Brook Street, Upper Clapton.
Rent: £4 7s 6d pa. Maintenance clauses.
Endorsed by assignment of 28 October 1847 by Philip Buck to Thomas Slatter of the lease for £80.

TITLE DEEDS For houses in Newington Green, including the Unitarian Meeting House  M3858  1699 - 1790

Former reference: Acc 1983/37

Source of acquisition: Tr Stoke Ref


ADMISSION Manor of Stoke Newington  M3858/1  16 May 1699

Contents:
Of Rebecca Harrison, wife of Edward Harrison, on the death of her father Nicholas Locke, to house occupied by John Shelswell. For life only.

ADMISSION Manor of Stoke Newington  M3858/2  16 May 1699

Contents:
Of Rebecca Harrison, wife of Edward Harrison, on the death of her father Nicholas Locke, to house occupied by John Shelswell. For life only. For house late in the tenure of Samuel Hall and Peter Lawrence

ADMISSION Manor of Stoke Newington  M3858/3  16 May 1699

Contents:
Of Rebecca Harrison, wife of Edward Harrison, on the death of her father Nicholas Locke, to house occupied by John Shelswell. For life only. For house late in the tenure of Sefton Long.

ADMISSION. Manor of Stoke Newington  M3858/4  7 May 1740

Contents:
Recites /1-3 and that Edward Harrison, only surviving child of Rebecca and Edward Harrison, waa admitted on 23 May 1734 on reversion. Also that Rebecca Harrison was admitted to another house on Newington Green on 17 May 1694, now used as a place of worship for Protestant Dissenters. She surrendered out of court in 1738 to Joshua Locke, a cousin on payment of an annuity to her of £60. Locke now admitted.

ADMISSION. Manor of Stoke Newington  M3858/5  8 May 1766

Contents:
Of Mrs Abigail Lewis and Mary Locke on the death of their brother Joshua Locke to an undivided half of the property as above. Property now two houses (formerly three) formerly in the tenure of Mary Morton and Mary Russell, 'now Steeman and Spenceley'.

ADMISSION Manor of Stoke Newington  M3858/6  4 May 1769

Contents:
Of Mrs Abigail Lewis to her sister's share of the property on the latter's death. The two houses now tenanted by Frederick Crush and Sarah Spencely

ADMISSION Manor of Stoke Newington  M3858/7  15 August 1786

Contents:
Of Percival Lewis on surrender of Abigail Lewis to property as above; houses now occupied by Thomas Murphy and Timothy Blackburn.

ADMISSION Manor of Stoke Newington  M3858/8  11 June 1790

Contents:
Of George Bowser on surrender of Lewis to the two houses only, now occupied by Bowser himself and Timothy Blackburn.

SURRENDER TO USE OF WILL  M3859  9 February 1705

Former reference: Acc 1983/37

Source of acquisition: Tr Stoke Ref


Contents:
Of John Mortimer after surrender of Thomas Arden.
Property: House sometimes called the Three Pidgeons in respective possession of John Webb, Edward Bryer, Thomas Lindley and John Nicholls.

TITLE DEEDS Property at Newington Green  M3860  1747 - 1802

Former reference: Acc 1983/37

Source of acquisition: Tr Stoke Ref


ADMISSION. Manor of Stoke Newington  M3860/1  28 May 1747

Contents:
Of Thomas Brumfield on the death of his aunt by marriage, Hannah Ford, who in turn had inherited under the will of her husband, Christopher Ford to a moiety of the property.
Property: Messuage and garden once occupied by Christopher Ford, and late Hannah Ford; another messuage and garden occupied by Thomas Dear, carpenter, and a messuage occupied by Mrs Bird, widow, all at Newington Green.

ADMISSION. Manor of Stoke Newington  M3860/2  28 May 1747

Contents:
Of Sussanah Dampier, grandaughter of Christopher Ford (and nee Voss)
Property: The other moiety of that in / 1. Notes that Ford's will also includes a freehold house, devised soley to his grandson, Ford Voss, but Ford Voss had died before Hannah Ford.

ADMISSION Manor of Stoke Newington  M3860/3  31 May 1764

Contents:
Of William Dampier on the death of Susanna (sic) Dampier his wife to property as above.

ADMISSION Manor of Stoke Newington  M3860/4  2 June 1792

Contents:
Of Bicknell Coney in trust for Jonathan Eade on the surrender of Thomas Smith. Smith was admitted on 12 May 1774 with Alexander Bridges under the will of Thomas Bromfield (sic).
Property: As above, now occupied recpectively by Perrin (for both houses).

ADMISSION Manor of Stoke Newington  M3860/5  9 May 1793

Contents:
Of Henry Hughes on death of uncle William Dampier to moiety of property as above. House once of the Fords later Kean and then Noton, widow. Houses once of Dear and Bird later of Perrin (one having been late of Partridge)
Fine: £40.

ADMISSION Manor of Stoke Newington  M3860/6  12 April 1802

Contents:
Of Bicknell Coney in trust for Jonathan Eade on the surrender of Henry Hughes of property as in /5. Houses late Richard Perrin then of Richard Ellis, carpenter.

RELEASE  M3861  21 August 1729

Former reference: Acc 1983/37

Source of acquisition: Tr Stoke Ref


Contents:
By Elizabeth Rowlandson, widow and executrix of Richard Rowlandson to Barbara Opie of Stoke Newington, daughter and heir of Nicholas Opie and administrix of the goods etc of Apphia Opie, deceased. Re dispute between the late Nicholas Opie, Rowlandson and Grace Hughes.
Property not specified.
Consideration: 5s

LEASE FOR 99 years  M3862  2 January 1701

Former reference: Acc 1983/37

Source of acquisition: Tr Stoke Ref


Contents:
Timothy Matthews to Richard Rose, bricklayer.
Consideration: Rose's expenses in constructing a house 'now erecting and building'.
Property: Piece of ground in Stoke Newington belonging to the late Manor house being 140' on the west, 17' on the north, 107' 6" on the east 'to the breake' and 17' beyond it, and 38½' on the south side. Abutting east and south on ground of Thomas Arnold. With the brick built house on it and associated buildings.
Rent: 20 shillings pa.
Endorsed with assignment of 29 September 1701 by Rose to John Drury for £160.

TITLE DEEDS to part of South Berry Field, Stoke Newington.  M3863  1822 - 1827

LEASE FOR 21 years  M3863/1  6 November 1822

Contents:
Parties: Joseph Eade, with the consent of Thomas Briggs, the prebendary to Henry Field.
Property: 2a 2r 17p, part of South Berry Meadow, bounded west by Green Lanes Turnpike, north and west by Field's garden, belonging to his house leased from Thomas Widdows and south by a field called Long Slip.
Rent: £26 1s 4d pa. Sketch map on back.

LEASE FOR 98 years  M3863/2  6 November 1823

Contents:
Parties: Eade, with consent of Briggs to Thomas Widdows, builder.
Property: ½a of land, part of South Berry Meadow, Stoke Newington, with the house built and occupied by Widdows on the land. Rent: £7 10s pa
Sketch plan on back showing ground.
Also on reverse is assignment of 24 January 1824 by Widdows to Henry Field as part of an agreement between Eade, Hawkins his trustee and Widdows and Field. Eade had advanced £1000 to Widdows. Field now pays a balance of £800 to Eade and Hawkins.

ASSIGNMENT  M3863/3  21 December 1827

Former reference: Acc 1983/ 37

Source of acquisition: Tr Stoke Ref (Purchased Feb 1939)


Contents:
Mary Jane Field to Samuel Bettley.
Recites above, and mortgage taken out by Henry Field, who died January 1826, leaving M.J. Field his heir. She now assigns to Bettley for £625 property as in /1 & 2.

LEASE FOR 78 years (less 10 days)  M3864  13 March 1841

Former reference: Acc 1983/37

Source of acquisition: Tr Stoke Ref


Contents:
Thomas Hancock to Samuel Betteby
Property: Part of Southberry Down field containing 1r 27p bounded partly north by Lordship Road, east by part of Woodberry Down Meadow occupied by William Ayscough Wilkinson, south by land occupied by Hancock and west and part north by Betteby's house etc
Rent: £13 pa Plan on back.

TITLE DEEDS TO HOUSE CALLED THE CROWN & LAND LYING NEAR THE PINDAR OF WAKEFIELD, ST PANCRAS.  M3865  1704 - 24

Former reference: Acc 1983/37

Source of acquisition: Tr Stoke Ref


WILL  M3865/1  21 November 1704

Contents:
Of Francis Staunton of Stoke Newington
Bequests of property in St Pancras as above and Bow Brickhill, co Bucks. Also household goods to servant Ann Middleton, presumably of Stoke Newington.

RELEASE  M3865/2  28 March 1724

Contents:
Henry Proctor, Katherine Wild and George Neal to William Beech
Heirs of Proctor (as heir of Staunton) to Beech for property in St Pancras.

LEASE FOR 14 years  M3866  31 October 1829

Former reference: Acc 1983/37

Source of acquisition: Tr Stoke Ref


Contents:
Henry Soames to James Huxley of Newington Green.
Property: Copyhold messuage with forecourt etc at Newington Green bounded east by premises occupied by Benjamin Storey, north by a field leading to the Church and west by a meeting house. Late occupied by Barnet and then Peek.
Rent: £42 pa.

LICENSE TO DEMISE FOR 21 years.  M3867  30 March 1847

Former reference: Acc 1983/37

Source of acquisition: Tr Stoke Ref


Contents:
Granted to Charles Soames for a house at Newington Green formerly occupied by Shaw, then Henry Soames, then Charles Soames and then Miss Cooper, bounded east by a house late occupied by Henry Borrowdale, north by a garden, west by a house late occupied by Benjamin Storey and south by Newington Green. To which Soames was admitted on 28 May 1840 on the death of Henry Soames.

ADMISSION & ENFRANHCISEMENT Of land at Stoke Newington  M3868  1821 - 1824

Former reference: Acc 1983/37

Source of acquisition: Tr Stoke Ref


ADMISSION Manor of Stoke Newington  M3868/1  31 May 1821

Contents:
Of James Rhodes of Islington on the surrender of John Brooks.
Property: Meadow of 8a 2r 3p staked out and numbered 14 on a plan, [...] another piece of land numbered 24, adjoining land of James Browning or Sarah Browning, his mother and of 2r 31p; piece of meadow numbered 23 of 3a 2r 10p; piece of meadow numbered 28 of 1a 2r 2p; piece of meadow numbered 29 of 1a 1r 29p. These five pieces of meadow, adjoining, and forming part of 60a to which Brooks was admitted in 1818, are partly built on. Rhodes described as being 23 years old.

ENFRANCHISEMENT  M3868/2  15 July 1824

Contents:
From Revd Thomas Briggs, the prebendary and Joseph Eade to James Rhodes of land as in /1. for £1,016 10s.

WILL  M3869  17 February 1767

Former reference: Acc 1983/37

Source of acquisition: Tr Stoke Ref


Contents:
Of Elizabeth St John, late of Chingford Essex, Addle St, London but then of Stoke Newington.
Bequests of money and property (not specified)

BOND TO SECURE LOAN  M3870  4 May 1857

Former reference: Acc 1983/37

Source of acquisition: Tr Stoke Ref


Contents:
Of James Hollick Davis of Green Lanes, Stoke Newington, victualler and Harvey Combe and William Delafield, in business as Combe Delafield, brewers for loan of an extra £100

DECLARATION  M3871  15 February 1746

Former reference: Acc 1983/37

Source of acquisition: Tr Stoke Ref


Contents:
Of Francis Noble and Mrs Betty Bull of Stoke Newington to declare that there is no impediment to their marriage (without reading of banns).
Dated 15 February 1746.

ENFRANCHISEMENT  M3872  1835 - 1836

Receipt for initial payment of enfranchisement cost to Bank of England  M3872/1  4 July 1836

Enfranchisement  M3872/2  17 October 1835

Contents:
Revd John Lonsdale, the Prebendary, and the trustees of the estate of Joseph Eade to Thomas Widdows of Church Street, Stoke Newington.
Property: Two newly built houses on the south side of Church Street now occupied by Thomas Livett, linendraper and William Robson, stationer. (Deed gives description of surrounding property and how site was previously described, namely as being three houses, one behind the other two and the most easterly of the front ones being used as a butchers' shop, and which was the property of Mary Freeman in 1799. Consideration: £75
A typsecript copy of the outside of the deed indicated that it was in the possession of Alderman C.F.Helliar in April 1935.

LEASE FOR 54¼ years  M3873  30 January 1724

Former reference: Acc 1983/37

Source of acquisition: Tr Stoke Ref


Contents:
John Harcourt of Hackney to William Wooller.
Property: Piece of ground in Stoke Newington in the parish of Hackney, on which lately stood an old barn, but has now had two houses or cottages built on it and adjoining north by the road from London to Ware, on a tenement now in the possession of John Copley Taylor (gives dimensions). Also a piece of ground lying behind the previous piece, with two houses or cottages on it (gives dimensions). A passageway divides the two pieces of land, and is not included in the lease, though the tenant may use it, together with the pump and water in Harcourt's yard.
Rent: £4 10s pa

ASSIGNMENT  M3874  16 December 1748

Former reference: Acc 1983/37

Source of acquisition: Tr Stoke Ref


Contents:
Parties: 1. John Armitstead 2. Samuel Giles. 3. Philip Mallery.
Recites lease of 15 December 1720 granted by John Harcourt to Mary Edwards, late of Stoke Newington, deceased of a field called the Pingle of 1a at Newington, in the parish of Hackney, part of a farm then occupied by Harcourt, and since leased by him to Mrs Mary Tyssen, widow. The Pingle abuts west on the King's highway and was late occupied by Job Edwards. This was leased at a yearly rent of £3 10s for 60 years, and later became vested in William Blundell of Stoke Newington, clock maker and Mary Blundell, spinster and had been let out in building leases by Mary Edwards during the latter's lifetime. The Blundells then mortgaged to Armitstead and assigned to Giles. Mallery now purchases and receives the assignment.

TITLE DEEDS  M3875  1763 - 1780

Former reference: Acc 1983/37

Source of acquisition: Tr Stoke Ref


ADMISSION  M3875/1  [n.d.]

Contents:
Of John Gould on the death of his great uncle Sir Nathaniel Gould (the latter's daughter Elizabeth Cooke having predeceased him)
To: House, formerly divided into two, with grounds and apps, to which Gould was admitted on the surrender of Sir John Hartop; also a house formerly of Hartop and then of Tabitha Tracy, with land adjoining on the west and north, part of a garden and orchard formerly belonging to the latter house. A close of meadow adjoining the orchard; a house with outbuildings etc formerly the possession of Gould and John Edmondson. To which Sir Nathaniel Gould was admitted on the surrenders of Edward Gould, and Elizabeth his wife, and William Rutland and Anne his wife. Also piece of land of 28p adjoining a party wall, the property of Gould and John Gunston; piece of meadow of 8a, to which Gould was admitted on the surrender of Hartop; another meadow of 3a formerly part of the Ten Acres, and now divided from it by a ditch; All of which premises Gould was admitted to on the surrender of Gunston. Also a piece of land of ½r, formerly part of a garden of Edward Lascells and lying east of it and south of Church Lane, to which Gould was admitted on the surrender of Lascells. Also two closes of 2a and ½a, upon the latter a grotto formerly stood and which formerly belonged to Gunston. Also piece of meadow of 4½a formerly part of a close called the Hillfield lying near the highway from London to Hertford, formerly occupied by Gould and to which Gould was admitted on the surrender of Gunston.
After action of common recovery Gould admitted, and surrendered to the use of his wife.

ADMISSION Manor of Stoke Newington  M3875/2  31 May 1764

Contents:
Of George Perrot on the surrender of John Gould to property as in / 1.

ADMISSION. Manor of Stoke Newington  M3875/3  4 May 1780

Contents:
Of Mary Territt on the death of her brother George Perrot, late a baron of the court of Exchequer. All property (as /1) now occupied by James Stewart Tulk, except fpr the piece of land of ½r, occupied by Elizabeth Crisp.

LEASE FOR 21 years and BOND  M3876  1668

Former reference: Acc 1983/37

Source of acquisition: Tr Stoke Ref


LEASE  M3876/1  17 December 1668

Contents:
From Sir Thomas Foot, Baron, and William Salkeld Property: Inn called the White Hart, late in the tenure of Pitts, deceased, now tenanted by Salkeld, at Kingsland in the parish of Hackney, with a yard behind, two stables, four barns and a house of office, [...] . Also an orchard of 3a, a close of pasture of 18a on the north side of the orchard; two pieces of ground called the Hoppet, formerly called the little Orchard, lying south of the orchard and of 1½a.
Rent: £80 pa.
With schedule of fixtures

BOND  M3876/2  17 September 1688

Contents:
Of Salkeld to perform covenants in lease (to Foot).

WILL  M3877  11 June 1729

Former reference: Acc 1983/37

Source of acquisition: Tr Stoke Ref


Contents:
Of Thomas Thompson of Stoke Newington. To be buried near his pew in Stoke Newington Church. House at Stoke Newington to son-in-law Reuben Melmoth, and after his death to daughter Mary Melmouth (sic) wife of Reuben. Mention of sister Anne Chivers and grandaughter Mary Chapman.
Also bequests of houses in Red Lyon Court, Fleet St, in the parish of St Michael, Queenhith, and the Pallatine Houses, Stoke Newington (latter bequeathed to nephew Michael Hayman, son of Thomas Hayman, on his attaining the age of 21. (With note of rent charge granted to Elizabeth Bartlett from the income of the Pallatine Houses, occupied by Thomas Hewitt Gardener.
Other bequests include £5 to poor of Stoke Newington.

MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT  M3878  18 April 1788

Former reference: Acc 1983/37

Source of acquisition: Tr Stoke Ref


Contents:
Parties: 1. William Edward Smith 2. Mary Saffory of Stoke Newington, one of the daughters of John Saffory 3. William Morgan and William Baxter.
Makes provision for sum of £1000 paid after decease of Smith to intended wife Saffory.
No mention of property.

WARRENT OF ATTORNEY  M3879  11 February 1835

Former reference: Acc 1983/37

Source of acquisition: Tr Stoke Ref


Contents:
To appear on behalf of William and John Adamson, nurserymen and market gardeners of Stoke Newington in an action brought by Thomas Keeton for recovery of a debt of £2,400.

ADMISSION Manor of Stoke Newington  M3880  4 May 1837

Contents:
Of Joseph Freeman aged 45 on the death of his mother Mary Freeman to: Messuage with coachhouse, stable, garden etc on the south side of Church Street, Stoke Newington of 1r 13p, bounded east by a house of Mr Bridges, west by the Rose and Crown and south by land of Mr Cubitt and to which Mary Freeman was admitted on 9 December 1799 on the death of her husband Robert Freeman. Property then two houses and described in her will as occupied by Stride.

WILLS of John and Hannah Clerke  M3881  [n.d.]

Former reference: Acc 1983/37

Source of acquisition: Tr Stoke Ref


WILL  M3881/1  9 October 1732

Contents:
Of John Clerke of Stoke Newington. Main bequest to mother Hannah Clerke of capital messuage and farm etc in Tilbury Redgewell and Yeldham Magna, Essex, occupied by John Bryant; also a capital messuage, farm and lands called St Annes in the parish of Lees, Essex. Bequests also to sister Hannah Clerke.

WILL  M3881/2  25 October 1739

Contents:
Of Hannah Clarke (sic) of Stoke Newington, spinster.
Property in the parish of Lees, Essex.
Money and personal property to other relatives.

ADMISSION Manor of Stoke Newington  M3882  4 May 1769

Former reference: Acc 1983/37

Source of acquisition: Tr Stoke Ref


Contents:
Of Thomas Streatfield of Stoke Newington on the surrender of Sarah Price, the wife of Richard Price of Newington Green of:
Messuage and 18a of meadow formerly in the tenure of Henry Boot and then of William Stapp and lying within the manor.
Fine: £40. Streatfield surrendered to the use of his will.

ADMISSION Manor of Stoke Newington  M3883  27 May 1813

Former reference: Acc 1983/37

Source of acquisition: Tr Stoke Ref


Contents:
Of Mary Janson on the death of her husband Edward Janson to:
Messuage and 18a of meadow formerly occupied by Henry Bouts (sic) later Thomas Rigby to which Janson was admitted on 9 May 1793 on the surrender of Clement Samuel Strong and Ann, his wife. Also a newly erected house formerly a tenement and blacksmiths shop, with a piece of land lying on the west side of the high road of Stoke Newington (dimensions given) abutting north on a messuage and buildings purchased by Mr Antony Barb, west on land of Janson, and south on land and buildings purchased by Richard Payne and which Janson was admitted on 21 April 1801 on the surrender of Andrew Matthew.
Also the copyhold part of the public house called the Green Dragon on the west side of the High North road and the grounds behind it, to which Janson was admitted on the surrender of Richard Payne on 15 September 1802. All land to wife except for land leased to Evans which Janson was admitted with his sons Halsey and Thomas Hoone Janson.
Mary Janson then surrenders to the use of her will.

ENFRANCHISEMENT  M3884  5 August 1815

Former reference: Acc 1983/37

Source of acquisition: Tr Stoke Ref


Contents:
Parties: Revd Thomas Briggs, Prebendary of Stoke Newington, William and Joseph Eade, lessees of the manor and Vincent Francis Rivaz.
Consideration: £350.
Property Messuage with outbuildings etc occupied by Rivaz on on the south side of Church Street, Stoke Newington on the west side of a house occupied by Charlotte and Hannah Hanbury and a piece of land behind the houses. Property now occupied by Mrs Rivaz, widow and numbered 176 on Wadmore plan of the manor.

LEASE FOR 52 years  M3885  20 June 1832

Former reference: Acc 1983/37

Source of acquisition: Tr Stoke Ref.


Contents:
From William George Daniel Tyssen to William Allen of Paradise Row, Stoke Newington, Edward Harris of the same place, Leapidge Smith of Rectory Cottage, West Hackney, John Wood of Church St, Stoke Newington, Charles Christian Sundius of the same place, Henry Curwen Christian of the same place and George Samuel Heales of High Street, West Hackney.
Property: House and land at Stoke Newington Common in the parish of St John at Hackney (Plan in margin), fronting on to way leading to Stamford Hill.
Rent: £25 pa.

LEASE FOR 21 years  M3886  8 April 1714

Former reference: Acc 1983/37

Source of acquisition: Tr Stoke Ref


Contents:
Between Edward Skinner and Thomas Hill of Stoke Newington, innholder.
Property: Brick messuage (described, giving number of rooms, use etc on the north side of Church Street, Stoke Newington, east on a house occupied by Mary Grew, south on Thomas Arnold's fields, and west on a house of Walter Howard.
Rent: £33 pa

AGREEMENT  M3887  17 October 1771

Former reference: Acc 1983/37

Source of acquisition: Tr Stoke Ref


Contents:
Between Richard Shakeshaft and Mrs Rachel Mirasson that the former shall build a house at Newington Green which he will then lease for 14 years at a rent of £55 pa.

ACCOUNT BOOK  M3888  1855 - 1862

Former reference: Acc 1983/37

Source of acquisition: Tr Stoke Ref


Contents:
Of Alfred Knight of the Royal Regiment of Artillery.
With personal details given on enlistment, service abroad (including in India during the mutiny), form of will (leaving property to mother Mary Ann Knight of Castle Street, Finsbury/ City Road, London) clothing account and pay.
Standard army account book, printed with mss entries. Note on front says Knight retired from the service in 1910 aged 70.

MORTGAGE  M8889  15 December 1853

Former reference: Acc 1983/37

Source of acquisition: Tr Stoke Ref


Contents:
Between Richard Wreainch and Emanuel Baker.
Property: No 9 Shakespeare Terrace, Stoke Newington, and No 8. Both built by Wreainch.
Mortgage: £50. Property had been leased to Wreainch by David Kent in 1853, and was on Shakespeare Road.

AGREEMENT  M3890  8 April 1774

Former reference: Acc 1983/37

Source of acquisition: Tr Stoke Ref


Contents:
Between Richard Shakeshaft and Mrs Elizabeth Conway that the former will continue to lease the house he occupied in Paradise Row, Stoke Newington, formerly occupied by John Harman.

SURRENDER ON TRUST  M3891  1799

Former reference: Acc 1983/37

Source of acquisition: Tr Stoke Ref


Contents:
Of James Brown to Archibald Campbell in trust for Edward Penman (Campbell was mortgagee of the property)
Property: Copyhold house and garden in Church Street, Stoke Newington, late occupied by Edward Woodcock and to which Brown was admitted on 4 October 1799.

ABSTRACTS OF TITLE & SALE CATALOGUES  M3892 - M3897  1828-1910

Former reference: Acc 1983/45

Source of acquisition: Tr Stoke Ref Library, 1983


ABSTRACT OF TITLE; Of Thomas Cubitt, builder to land formerly part of 60a of meadow in the parish of Stoke Newington.  M3892  1828

Contents:
Abstract begins with family tree of the Pultney family (Earls of Bath). Estate left to Pultneys in 1709 under the will of Thomas Guy. It passed from Henry Pultney, Earl of Bath in 1767 to General Sir Harry Pultney, and then to his daughter Frandes Pultney, wife of William Johnstone, who changed his name to Pultney. Her daughter Henrietta Laura married Sir James Murray, Bart in 1794. By 1807, in addition to the farmhouse on the original estate (which was occupied by James Lee) there was a new farmhouse occupied by Thomas Strong, and a house adjoining it occupied by Thomas Gandell; also another house occupied by Hugh Cleverly. The original farmhouse was at Newington Green. Henrietta Murray died in 1809 and her heirs were William Harry, Earl of Darlington and John Paddy. In his will also dated 1809 Paddy left his moiety of the estate (undivided) to John Brooks, with trust clauses to pay various annuities. There was an unsuccessful legal dispute over these bequests.
Lastly in 1821 both moieties of the following property, forming part of the estate, were sold to Cubitt: Meadow No 1 of 1a 3r 11p, bounded north by the gardens of Rectory House and gardens of houses in Church Street, east by new road and west by glebe land; Meadow No 4 of 1a 3r 0p adjoining, bounded east by new road south by Meadow No 6 and west by glebe; Meadow 6 of 1a 2r 14p; Meadow 5 of 1a 1r 6p, bounded north by Meadow 3, east by land of Martha Carr, south by Meadow 7 and west by new road; Meadow 7 of 1a 3r 19p, also east of land of Carr; Meadow 8 of 1a 2r 34p bounded east by land of Maria Foy and Harriet Shore and south by Meadow 9; Meadow 21 bounded NE by new road, south by Meadow 22 (on plan belonging to Benjamin Massey) and SW by Meadow 19, NW by nanks of New River and by Meadow 20. Vol labelled 'Church Row'
1 vol.

ABSTRACT OF TITLE; Of Thomas Cubitt to lands in Stoke Newington.  M3893  1828

Contents:
Recites title of the manor from lease granted to Elizabeth Abney in 1766 to last lease granted to the Eades in 1814, and including mortgages. On 17 November 1821
Cubitt pays £577 4s for:
Meadow No 4 of 1a 3r bounded north by Meadow No 1, east by new road, south by Meadow 6 and west by glebe land. This is enfranchised and right of Cubitt's wife Mary to dower is barred in 1826, by which time the land is already let presumably for building. Area of Albion Road.
1 vol.

ABSTRACT OF TITLE; Of John Bumstead to freehold land in Albion Road, Stoke Newington.  M3894  1837

Contents:
With summary at front. Document is another copy of M3893, with the addition of a mortgage by Cubitt to Oswald Smith and lease and release of No 7 Albion Road to John Bumstead dated 17 & 18 July 1829.
1 vol

SALE CATALOGUES  M3895  1862 - 1899

Source of acquisition: Donated by E.J. Sage. nd


Contents:
Bound as one volume. For the following properties: Fleetwood House, Church Street, 1871 (House and contents), 'The Old Mansion', Church Street, 1875 (building materials); 7, 8 & 9, Mildmay Row, Newington Green, 1862 (8-9 formerly one 'Elizabetham' house); house on south side of Church Street, next to the Rose & Crown, 1868 (with plan); The Laurels, Church Street, 1873 (with plan); No 48 Church Street, 1874 (with plan); Olympic House, Newington Green with building land on Albion Road, 1870 (with plan); 'The Manor House', Church Street, 1886 (plan: corner of Church Street and Bouverie Road); Holly Lodge, No 34 Lordship Park, Green Lanes, 1887 (plan); 'Monte Cristo', corner of Green Lanes and Newington Green, 1889 (plan); 'Willow Lodge', Lordship Road, 1890 (plan and two views of garden and tennis court); 'Willow Lodge', 67 Lordship Road, 1898: Willows Estate, 1891, including 'The Willows: Paradise Row, land from Paradise Row to Clissold Park, 'Warwick House', Paradise Row, 'Woodwater Villa' and 'Effingham Villa', Park Lane, No 2 Park Lane, No 1 Park Lane, 'Woodhatch Cottage' and 'Albion Lodge', Park Lane, 'Ferndale', 'Beulah Cottage' and 'Grove Cottage' Willow Walk, Green Lanes, 'Gordon Cottage' and land, corner of Park Lane and Willow Walk, 'Kelvendon House', Willow Walk, and 'Thistletom House', Clissold Road (plan); No 70 Park Lane, 1899 and 303 Seven Sisters Road.
1 vol.

ABSTRACT OF TITLE  M3896  1829

Source of acquisition: Donated by Messrs Yates & Son. nd


Contents:
Of Thomas Cubitt to seven pieces of meadow: No 21 of 2a (on plan as referred to in M3892. Document recites title to manor as in M3893 and also includes Smith's mortgage of January 1829 as referred to in M3894. Presumably land formed part of site of Albion Road.
1 vol

SALE CATALOGUES  M3897  1899 - 1904, 1905 - 1906 and 1910

Contents:
Bound as one volume. For the following properties: 39-45 (odd) Cowper Road, 1899 (with plan at front of 'The Poplars' Seven Sisters Road/Woodberry Grove), also 7 Goldsmith Square, Matthias Road, South Hornsey; 7-8 Lordship Road, 128-130 (even) Pownall Road, Dalston, 1899; No 69 Lordship Road, 1899; 25 & 26 Eade Road Hermitage Road; land between Gordon Road and Victoria Road fronting Stoke Newington High Street, 1900; 15 Lordship Park, 1900; 323 Seven Sisters Road, 1900 (plan); No 19 Newington Green, 1901; No 295 Seven Sisters Road, 1901 (plan); No 285 Seven Sisters Road, 1901 (plan); No 25 Lordship Park, 1901; No 430 Seven Sisters Road, 1901; (plan); Nos 95 & 97 Shakespeare Road, 1901; No 25 Lordship Park, 1901; No 3 Prince George Road with Nos 5-9 (odd) same road;, 1901; 118 Lordship Road, 1902; 'The Grange', corner of Park Lane and Burma Road, 1902 (plan); No 109 Lordship Road, 1902; No 482 Seven Sisters Road, 1902 (plan); No 98 Manor Road, 1902; Nos 39 - 45 (odd) Cowper Road, 1902; Nos 14 & 18 Victoria Grove, 1902; The Caledonian Public House, No 116 Stoke Newington Road, Nos 114a Stoke Newington Road and Nos 1-3 Florence Terrace, Wellington Road (oil shop, hairdresser bootmaker and stationer's shop respectively), 1902; No 68 Blackstock Road; 1903 (formerly a hotel); No 52 Farleigh Road, No 55-57 Barrett's Grove and No 6 Salcombe Road, 1903; No 11 Dumont Road and No 241 Glyn Road, Homerton, 1903; Nos 6-8 & 10-18 Philp Street, 1903; No 4 Clissold Road, 1903; No 53 Lordship Road, 1903; Nos 17-27 (odd) Shakespeare Road, and No 12 Park Lane, 1903; No 56 Woodberry Down, 1903; No 45 Shakespeare Road, 1903; No 236 Stoke Newington High Street, 1903; Nos 133-137 (odd) Lordship Road, 1904; No 7 Woodberry Down, 1904; Nos 26-38 (even) Grayling Road and 100 - 102 Park Street, 1904; Manor Park Nursery, No 1 St Kidda's Road, 1904 (plan); No 103 Lordship Road, 1904; No 9 Stoke Newington Common, 1904; No 26 & 39 Barrett's Grove, 1904; Nos 26, 44, & 46 Spenser Road, 1904; 'Ravenswing', corner of Rookwood Road and Ravensdale Road and warehouse in Glebe Road, rear of 434-436 Kingsland Road, 1904; No 9 Grangecourt Road, 1904; No 145 Brooke Road, No 4 Benthal Road and No 307 Seven Sisters Road, 1904; Nos 34 & 94 - 100 (even) Winston Road, 1904; 'Palmer's Stores', No 123 Stoke Newington Road, 1904; Stoke Newington Assembly Rooms, Defoe Road, 1904 (plan); Nos 73-79 (odd) and Nos 151-157 (odd), Stoke Newington High Street (shops and Salvation Army Hall), Nos 2-4 White Hart Court and Nos 1-5 Chapel Place, 1904 (plan); No 79 Lordship Park, 1905; No 38 Queen Elizabeth's Walk, 1906; and Nos 9-12 Aden Terrace and Nos 1-5 Burma Mews, Burma Road, 1910.

NOTEBOOK  M3898  n.d

Former reference: Acc 1983/47

Source of acquisition: Tr Stoke Ref (14.016 LC676 ex cuttings sequence).


Contents:
Compiled by Sister Annie, and concerns the Missions of the Good Shepherd, at Falcon Court, Church Street, 1889 - 1903 and the Holy Redeemer, later St Barnabus, at 108 Church Street, 1891 - 1939. The notes, which cover the years 1881 - 1894 also deal with the formation of St Mary's Band of Hope and other activities which proceeded the formation of the missions.
Sister Annie was in charge of 'the Mission House' (note at end of notebook)

NOTEBOOK  M3899  1813

Former reference: Acc 1983/48

Source of acquisition: Tr Stoke Ref.


Contents:
'Reference to the map of the Prebendal Manor or Lordship of Stoke Newington... made from an actual survey in the year 1813... by James Wadmore
Gives index to leaseholders and copyholders, also giving occupiers description of premises and acreages. Number on Wadmore's plan given in each case.
A map based on Wadmore is reproduced in William Robinson's 'History of Stoke Newington', but without any number system. Wadmore's map does not appear to be extant.
1 vol. (Don P. Birkett, 1901).

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