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Reference 234
Covering dates 1547 - 1925
Held by Plymouth and West Devon Record Office
Extent 39 files
Conditions of access THESE RECORDS ARE IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE FOR RESEARCH
Creators Bewes, Dickson and Scott solicitors

Contents:
Deeds, including some relating to Wembury parish, Wills and other documents



Cartulary, lands of Sir John Maynard, knight  234/1  1603 - 1688

Bargain and sale of tenement called Someplace between Plymouth and Tothill  234/2  20 Aug 1737

Contents:
Parties 1) George Julian of Plymouth, shipwright 2) John Julian, his brother

Assignment of mortgage for £4500, Manor of Wembury alias South Wembury  234/3  1 Jul 1670

Contents:
Parties 1) Sir Edward Hungerford of Farley Castle, Somerset, knight 2) Sir Hugh Windham, Sir Robert Attkins of Lincoln's Inn, Middlesex 3) Sir Peter Colleton of London, Baronet

Exemplification of a fine, by John Pollexfen (no place or title given) of manors of Boringdon and Wembury  234/4  20 May 1671

Lease for a year, Manor of Wembury alias South Wembury  234/5  1807

Contents:
1) Henry Rivers, the younger of Stowford, gentleman and Thomas Lockyer of Plymouth, Devon 2) Edmund Lockyer of Plymouth

Mortgage for £1200, Manor of Wembury with Wembury house and Traine Barton, messuages and tenements of Spurewell, Water Gate, field at Haliscombe, Sheping ferry, Coombe wood, Parish of Wembury  234/6  1807

Contents:
1) Henry Rivers, the younger of Stowford, gentleman 2) Thomas Lockyer of Plymouth 3) Edmund Lockyer of Plymouth

Lease for a year, Manor of Wembury alias South Wembury  234/7  1807

Contents:
1) Thomas Lockyer of Plymouth 2) Samuel Wroth of Modbury, maltster and Edmund Lockyer of Plymouth

Release of Wembury Wood (38a) parish of Wembury  234/8  1814

Contents:
Parties 1) Henry Rivers, the younger, of Hartford 2) Thomas Lockyer of Wembury House, Wembury 3) Pollexfen Calmady of Langdon Hall, Wembury, widow 4) Charles Biggs Calmady of Langdon Hall, Wembury

Appointment and demise for £1000, Tenement called Sparewell or Spirewell, parish of Wembury  234/9  1821

Contents:
Parties 1) John Prideaux Hensleigh of Wembury, gentleman 2) Jonas Easton of Ermington, gentleman

Lease and release of tenement in Gabber (unnamed) held by James Hooke, Wembury, consideration, £80  234/10 a & b  5 Jul 1839

Contents:
Parties 1) Reverend James Hooke or De la Hooke, of Gravenhurst Inferior, Bedford 2) John Taylor, of Wembury, tailor 3) Samuel Rowse of Plymouth, gentleman

Abstract of mortgage for £2800 Traine, Hollacombe, Spirewell and Yollands tenement, parish of Wembury, with schedule  234/11  1851

Contents:
Parties 1) Charles Biggs Calmady of Wembury 2) Walter Lamble Prettejohn of Modbury, gentleman

Note of further charge for £5000, property (unnamed) in Wembury  234/12  1873

Contents:
Parties 1) Thomas Woolcombe and John James Edgecombe Venning of Devonport 2) Vincent Pollexfen Calmady of Wembury, esquire

Bargain and sale, lands (tenements named) in Manor and parish of Yealmpton, consideration: £4100  234/13  1669

Contents:
Parties 1) Sir Edward Hungerford of Farleigh Hungerford Castle, Somerset, knight, Sir Thomas Hooke of Middlesex, baronet, Giles Hungerford of Freefolke, Southampton and James Hayes of Lincoln's Inn, Middlesex; 2) Henry Pollexfen of London and John Harris of Manaton 3) Edmund Pollexfen of Plymouth

Bargain and sale, Manors of Yealmpton and Revelstoke (occupiers of tenements given) parishes of Yealmpton and Plymstock, Devon, consideration: £5900, (copy made 1803)  234/14  1669, 1803

Contents:
Parties 1) Sir Edward Hungerford of Farleigh Hungerford Castle, Somerset, knight, Sir James Hooke of Highgate, Middlesex, baronet, Giles Hungerford of Freefolke, Southhampton, James Hayes of Lincoln's Inn, Middlesex 2) John Pollexfen of London, merchant, Henry Pollexfen of the Inner Temple, London and Edmund Pollexfen of Plymouth

Conveyance, Manor of Wembury and land held by John Pollexfen in Wembury, manor of Yealmpton, Saffron Park, Church Park and Higher Church Park near Wembury church, Devon, consideration: £8000  234/15  1809

Contents:
Parties 1) Edmund Lockyer of Plymouth 2) 1 and John Harris the younger of Radford, esquire 3) Samuel Wroth of Modbury, maltster and 1 4) Henry Rivers the younger of Harford, gentleman

Common recovery, the manor of Asfalonde, Holworthy, 1-4 of the manors of Holbeton, Islington, Ermington, Kingskerswell, Kenton, Worthele  234/16  1632

Contents:
Parties 1) John Hele of Wembury 2) Nicholas Hele of London, gentleman, Philip Morgan of London, gentleman 3) Henry Hele of London, gentleman, Henry Saintbarbe of Ayshington, Somerset, gentleman

Copy bargain and sale with ensuing common recovery, moiety of the Hundred and parish of Plympton, 1-4 of the manor of Kingskerswell, manors of Wryland, Kenton, Orchaton, Yealmpton, Revelstoke, Noss Mayo, Holbeton, Langford Leyster (Leister), Halwelscombe, Worthele, Barton of Warwick Ley, St Budeaux, yearly rent of £136 1s 4d on the manor and hundred of Fremington, Devon  234/17  1662

Contents:
Parties 1) Sir Edward Hungerford of Farleigh castle, Somerset, knight, Dame Jane, his wife, Thomas Warre of Shapton Beauchamp, Somerset, esquire, Samuel Sainthill of Bradninch 2) John Trethewey of Middlesex and John Tooker of Middlesex, gentleman

Deed declaring use of a recovery, moiety of Hundred and manor of Plympton, 1-4 of manor of Kingskerswell, manors of Wryland, Kenton, Orcheton, Yealmpton, Revelstoke, Noss Mayo, Holbeton, Langford Leyster, Holwelscombe, Worthele, Barton called Warwick Ley, St Budeaux, farm, rent of £136 is paid on manor of Fremington, farm Calsington alias Calston in Devon, and all the lands of Sir Edward Hungerford in Devon  234/18  1662

Contents:
Parties 1) Sir Edward Hungerford of Farleigh Castle, Somerset, knight, Dame Jane his wife, Thomas Warr of Shapton Beacham, Somerset, Samuel Sainthill of Bradninch 2) Giles Hungerford of Middlesex, James Hayee of Middlesex, John Tretheway and John Tooker of Middlesex

Deed to declare uses of a fine, manors and hundreds of Fremington and Plympton, manors of Wembury, Kingskerswell, Wryland, Orcheton, Kenton, Yealmpton, Revelstoke, Noss Mayo, Holbeton, Halwellscombe, Worthele, Barton of Warwick Ley, St Budeaux, farm called Calsington alias Calston and land in Swilley, Stoke Damerel, consideration: £3000  234/19  1668

Contents:
Parties 1) George Hele of Whiteston, Cornwall 2) Sir Edward Hungerford of Farleigh Castle, Somerset

Bargain and sale, moiety of manor and hundred of Plympton, manor of Wembury, alias South Wembury, Noss Mayo and lands of the Duke of Albemarle in Newton Ferrers, consideration: £11 000  234/20  1686

Contents:
Parties 1) Christopher, Duke of Albemarle, Sir Edward Hungerford, knight 2) William, Earl of Bedford, John Fox of the Strand, Middlesex, gentleman 3) John Pollexfen of London, merchant

Covenant and levy of fine, of Manor of Dalby, Leicestershire, manors of Rydley Hall alias Radley Hall, Broughton, Essex, manor and hundred of Plympton, manor and borough of Noss Mayo, 1-4 of manor and hundred of Exminster, manors of Grindon, Stafford, Wembury and Kenton, lands of Sir Edward Hungerford and Sir James Hayes in Newton Ferrers, Essex, Leicestershire and Staffordshire  234/21  10 Jan 1674

Contents:
Parties 1) Christopher, Duke of Albemarle, Earl of Ogle, Earl of Bath, Lord Cripp of Salisbury, William Pierrepont of Thoresby, Nottinghamshire, Sir Thomas Clarges of Middlesex, knight, Sir Walter Clarges, his son, Sir James Smith of Chelsea, Middlesex, knight, Sir Thomas Stringer of Grays Inn, knight, Charles Cheyne of Chelsea, Middlesex and John Baynes of Westminster 2) Sir Robert Clayton of London, knight, John Morris of London

Release and covenant to levy a fine (with a shortened transcription of the deed) on Land in Parishes of Wembury, Bridestowe, Bradworthy, Pancrasweek, Thrushelton, Plympton St Mary, Sourton, Bratton Clovelly, Lansallos, in Devon, Somerset and Cornwall consideration, £1400  234/22  2 May 1812

Contents:
Parties 1) Pollexfen Calmady of Langdon Hall, Wembury, Devon widow 2) Charles Biggs Calmady of Langdon Hall 3) Arabella Philipa Calmady of Langdon Hall, spinster 4) Frederick Richard Coore of London, gentleman

Abstract of title of Miss Molesworth (no first name given) to the manor of Wembury  234/23  1547-1785

Abstract of title John Pollexfen of Wembury, manor of Wembury with the Wembury and Yealm Fishery  234/24  1688-1713

Abstract of title of Lord Camden, Kimbers tenement, Long Park Meadow and orchard, with cottages in Knighton, Wembury  234/25  1694-1814

Abstract of title of John Jefferys Pratt, Earl Camden, Church Park, Higher Church Park and Saffron park, Wembury  234/26  1728-1803

Abstract of title of Charles Biggs Calmady of Langdon Court, Wembury, Devon, Leys Tenement, Wembury  234/27  1730-1831

Abstract of title of Charles Biggs Calmady of Langdon Court, Wembury, Devon, Barton of Traine, parish of Wembury  234/28  1755-1805

Abstract of title, Charles Biggs Calmady of Langdon Court, Wembury, Devon, Yollands Tenement, parish of Wembury  234/29  1765-1816

Abstract of mortgage for £1200, Charles Biggs Calmady of Langdon Court, Wembury, Devon, Leys tenement, Wembury, with schedule (42a)  234/30  1848-1851

Will and codicil of Sir Warwick Hele of Wembury, Knight  234/31  1625-1626

Will of Sir John Hele of Wembury, Knight  234/32  16 Oct 1643

Extract of will of Walter Lamble Prettyjohn of Modbury  234/33  23 Mar 1850

Wills and probate of George Anthony Ellard Gore of Staverons, retired Lieutenant Colonel, his wife Bessie Frances Gore, and 30 letters of administration  234/34  1915

Building accounts, Plympton School  234/35  1663 - 1671

An Act to enable Sir James Hungerford to sell land, in Devon (Wembury house with unnamed manors)  234/36  1664

Office copy of decree in Chancery, Sir John Chichester, bart, Humphrey Prideaux, Elizabeth Chudleigh and Margaret Chudleigh (plaintiffs) John Chichester, an infant, son of plaintiff, George Prideaux, infant son of Humphrey Prideaux, William Spicer, William Sandford, Thomas Bury, Hugh Gregor and Benjamin Prideaux (defendants) for division of £1500 between Margaret, Frances and Tryphena, daughters of William Davie  234/37  15 Aug 1753

Marriage settlement of John Jeffreys Pratt, Lords Commissioner of the Admiralty and Frances Molesworth of Middlesex, spinster  234/38  30 Dec 1785

Marriage Settlement of Richard Cory of Langdon Court and Bessie Frances Coulthard of Plymstock, spinster  234/39  28 Sep 1881, (-1925)

Contents:
(With three deeds of appointment of trustees 1891, 1904, 1908, deed of revocation of appointment 1905 and nine certificates of stock receipts 1908 - 1925)

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