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MISCELLANEOUS UNOFFICIAL COLLECTIONS, CATALOGUE NO 7


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Reference D/EX 601-698
Covering dates 1341-1983
Held by Berkshire Record Office
Extent 88 sub-fonds



Folder icon  Copy of a lease for a year from Rt. Hon. Richard Lord Viscount Lumley and Frances his wife (daughter and sole heir of Sir Henry Jones late of Easthall als. Asthall, co. Oxon.) and others to Sir Edmund Fettiplace of Swinbrook co. Oxon., bart.  D/EX 612/1/1  1689

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A messuage and 1 yard land commonly called Sermons in Asthall in the forest of Wychwood, also that cottage and 4a. of land called Hedges or Saunders in Asthall and in the forest of Wychwood, also a coppice called Foxgrove in the forest of Wychwood in the parish of Fulbrook and Westhall Hill, co. Oxon. [abuttals]


No further details   Assignment from William Wright of the Middle Temple to John Waugh of St. Brides, City of London, doctor in divinity, of his interest in £1,000 secured by mortgage for a term of 500 years on property in Highworth as in D/EX 612/2/1  D/EX 612/2/2  1715
No further details   Assignment of mortgage, parties and property at Highworth as in D/EX 612/2/3/2  D/EX 612/2/4  1715
No further details   Counterpart assignment for a remainder of 500 years from Sir Lorenzo Fettiplace of Swinbrook, co. Oxon., bart. and John Lenthall of Burford, co. Oxon., esq. to Elizabeth Snell of Bampton co. Oxon., widow, and Thomas Snell of Bampton, clerk, for securing £1,000 and interest on premises at Freshden, parish of Highworth, co. Wilts, (same description of property as in D/EX 612/2/1  D/EX 612/2/5  1722
No further details   Fines between Henry Gorges Dobyns Yate (clerk), Joseph Bonner Cheston (clerk), Charles Loder esq. (petents) and Diana Frances Gorges, spinster, Charles Henry Sheldon esq. and Elizabeth his wife, Arabella Gorges, spinster, Deliverance Dacre esq. and Meliora his wife, Thynne Howe Gwynne esq. (deforciants) of one-fifth part of 2/3 parts of a half share in property in Monmouthshire (specified generally)  D/EX 612/4/2-3  1811
No further details   Mortgage from John Freeman Lord Redesdale of the manor of Widford, co. Gloucs., lands totalling 312a. and Widley Coppice (131a.), the property recently purchased from Thynne Howe Gwynne and Arabella Gorges and their trustees.  D/EX 612/5  1812

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