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Reference M
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.
Miscellaneous creators



Second mortgage of premises in Curtain Road and Union Place, for £500, from Joseph Smith to William Salmon.  M1  1856

Former reference: BRA 1244

Contents:
CURTAIN ROAD, Nos. 123-124, and UNION PLACE, Nos. 1-10,
Also mentions George Mackay; - Bradbear; Henry James; - Biggs; - Heates; - Dickson; - Tibbatts; - Clark; - Kings; - Monk; - Fleming; - Rawlings; - Tommason; Sarah Warren, Robert Warren; William Harris, G.E.V. Brown: Frederick Clarke

Release and indemnity from Frederick Wettig to Joseph Jowett.  M2  1869

Former reference: BRA 1129

Contents:
HARE STREET, Nos. 1-2
Also mentions Sophia Wettig; William Scott; Frederick Wettig (testator); Harriet Backler; John Christopher Backler; James Pynock; William Edington; John Pike; J.F. Bunard.

Attested copy of mortgage; Thomas Henry Stevens to the General Credit Co.  M3  1858

Former reference: BRA 1118

Contents:
NICHOLAS STREET, No. 36 and NEWMARKET PLACE, Nos. 5-8.
Also mentions John Simmons; Nicholas Stevens; James Brewer James; William Holman; Catherine Sophia Wallis; Richard Benyon de Beauvoir; Joseph Cleary; Rev. James Joyce Evans.

ASSIGNMENT OF RELEASE  M4  25 April 1846

Former reference: B.R.A 1078

Contents:
1. William Rumbelow of Highbury Place, Islington, Esq
2. Nathaniel Bevan of Great Cambridge Street hackney Road, gent.
Benjamin Robert of Clift Street, New North Road gent.
Robert Sowdell of City Road book seller
John Millard of Cumberland Street, Curtain Road upholsterer
Thomas Pillow of S. James' Place, Bermondsey, Surrey, lighterman
1 assigns to 2 the Lease of a meeting house (now called the Union chapel) and two tenements on the South side of Cumberland Street Shoreditch. The organ is excepted. Mention of a school room.

Assignment of properties from William Brownlow to Nathaniel Kevan and others.  M4  1841

Former reference: BRA 1076

Contents:
CUMBERLAND STREET, Union Chapel and other premises
Also mentions Benjamin Skerritt; Robert Sandell; John Millard; Thomas Pillow; John Young; Joseph Pocock; Richard Wallis; William Angell; Samuel Lloyd; Thomas Harris; William Beer; - Fellows; - Saunders; William Palmer; William Whitehead; John Prigg; Michael Clement; William Wilmot; Charles Clarke; - Hillier; - West; Daniel Stanley Richard Mould; Elizabeth Mould; John Brown; Ann Brown; Patience Brownlow; Elizabeth Kimber Hubbuck.

Probate of will and codicil of Jeremiah Kelly.  M5  1815

Former reference: BRA 1089

Contents:
WESTMORELAND PLACE, City Road
Also mentions John Samuel Reily; James Carpenter; Jeremiah Kelly Carpenter; Harriet Kelly Carpenter; Mary Margaret Sarah Carpenter; Elizabeth Kelly; Raynes Kelly; Samuel Hobbs; Martha Kelly; John Daubeny (Surrogate).

COPY WILL AND PROBATE  M6  1750 Sep 1715 - 20 Mar 1719

Former reference: B.R.A 854

Contents:
John Fowler of Shoreditch, weaver £10 per annum and his household goods to his wife Alice, bequests to his grandaughters Rosanna Williams, Anne Sarsnet and Susanna Williams, and the residue to his daughters Anne Williams and Susanna Delahayes.
Peculiar Court of the Dean and Chapter of S. Paul's

Probate of John Fowler of St. Leonard's Shoreditch.  M6  1715

Former reference: BRA 854

Contents:
Also mentions Alice Fowler; Rosanna Williams; Anne Sarsnet; Susanna Williams; Susanna Delahays; Anne Williams; William Wilson; John Billington; John Blackmore; Magdalen Hulbert; Anne Colbatch.

Elizabeth Hyett; Thomas Simpkin; James Johnson (uncle of Edward Johnson); James Johnson (son of Edward Johnson); Joseph Spackman; Thomas Johnson; Dudley Johnson; Elizabeth Johnson (daughter of Edward Johnson); Harriott Johnson; Dudley Hyett; Morgan Vaughan; Alexander Champion.  M7  1795

Former reference: BRA 1383

Contents:
Deed of appointment of Elizabeth Johnson, (nee HYETT) widow, of Kingsland, under vill of Edward Johnson.

Lease, assignments and mortgage of the Stag Public House of Truman, Hanbury, Buxton & Co.  M8  1895-97

Former reference: BRA 190

Contents:
BROOKSBY'S WALK
The STAG, Brooksby's Walk
Names mentioned: Reuben Gibbs; George James Warman; George King.

Fine of land in parish of St. Leonard's Shoreditch.  M9  1809

Former reference: BRA 1266

Contents:
TAYLOR, James and HOOPER, George
Also mentions Mary Hooper.

Two leases and a mortgage of premises in Old Cock Lane (Boundary Street) and Ann's Place.  M10  1841-1881

Former reference: BRA 868

Contents:
BOUNDARY STREET (formerly OLD COCK LANE) Nos. 3-4 and ANN'S PLACE, Nos. 1-11.
Rev. Henry Townley to Thomas Boys; George Thomas Mackley to Henry William Rowlandson; Henry Pursall to the Rock Permanent Building Society; and Henry Pursall to Heinrich Felbermann (surrender).

Lease, three assignments and mortgage  M11  1838-1882

Former reference: BRA 1289

Contents:
WINDSOR STREET, Nos. 9-11.
Thomas Sowter to Joseph Jay to Charles Harman; Harman and John Charles Biggs to Pierre Stephen Poley; Poley to Patrick Joseph Doherty; and Doherty to The Consolidated Permanent Benefit Building Society. Also mentioned: - Cooper; - Howling; - Clark; Keith Barnes; Sarah Edwards Vaughan; James Wittit Lyon; Alexander Milne; Nash Vaughan Edwards Vaughan; Frederic Matthews; Fanny Elizabeth Harman; John Walter Biggs; Albert Thomas Biggs; Richard Cook.

SOUTHGATE ROAD, No.1 Hope Cottage.  M12  1846

Former reference: BRA 1367

Contents:
Lease from Richard Benyon de Beauvoir and Joseph Medworth to Elizabeth Witten.

Probate of James Bland of 33, Norton Folgate.  M13  1820

Former reference: BRA 1235

Contents:
Also mentions: George Lane; David Jones; Ann Bland; Ann Bland (testator's mother in law?)

MORTGAGE (Assignment of Lease)  M14  21 Oct 1789

Former reference: B.R.A 1235

Contents:
1. Johnson Heslop of S. Andrew, Holborn, cheesemonger
2. John Allen of Swan Yard, Holborn Bridge.
1. Mortgages to 2 a piece of land on the south side of Union Street, Shoreditch, and the messuage erected thereon by 1.

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT  M15  6 Sep 1791

Former reference: B.R.A 1235

Contents:
1. Johnson Heslop of Union Street, Kingsland Road, cheesemonger
2. George Hickes of Leadenhall (Street, London, cheesemonger
1. has made a second mortgage to 2. of the property in M14; when 2 has paid off the first mortgage, 1 will assign his interest in the property to 2. 2 will then lease the property to 1

Assignment from William Heath to William Thomas Heath and George Ashness  M16  1825

Former reference: BRA 1235

Contents:
GOLDSMITH'S PLACE, No. 1.
Also mentions Prudence Parroissien; Edward Jones; Samuel Scott, 1819. with Assignment of moiety by George Ashness to William Thomas Heath.

Release in fee of four houses (one in St.Bride's Lane, City) from William Cock (jr.) to Thomas Lee.  M17  1796

Former reference: BRA 1100

Contents:
HOXTON SQUARE, Nos. 38, 39, 40.
Also mentions: William Cock (Sr.); Rebecca Cock; Rebecca Tyler; William Tyler; Sarah Scollick; Mary Prothero; William Prothero; Ann Cock; Kitty Walton; Francis Walton; Abigale Cock; John Cock; John Crawford; Elizabeth Hanney; Thomas Paine; Richard Deale; Matthew Wall; - Chahill; Richard Lee.

LANGMORE, Edward and COOK[E], Sarah; Marriage settlement.  M18  1815

Former reference: BRA 1100

Contents:
Also mentions: Rev. Henry Handley Norris; Thomas Robinson Davison, with Memorandum in connection with intended marriage, 1834, of Sarah Langmore [nee Cook(e)] and Henry Granger. Also mentions: Thomas Nadham; Frederic Granger.

Assignment from Thomas Finnemore Evans to George Goss.  M19  1854

Former reference: BRA 1100

Contents:
UPPER CLAPTON ROAD
Also mentions: Samuel Horton Pulley; Theophilus Burnard; Henry Burnand; Eleanor Mary Burnand; Saverio Castelli; Conduit Field.

Counterpart lease of houses in Upper Clapton; Theophilus Burnand to Henry Pound.  M20  1870

Former reference: BRA 1100

Contents:
UPPER CLAPTON ROAD
Also mentions: Henry Burnand; Eleanor Mary Burnand; George Goss; W.P. Hamond; John Pearce; Conduit Field.

COPY OF COURT RECORD  M21  Undated

Former reference: B.R.A. 900

Contents:
Transcript of evidence given in the case concerning the will of Zipporah Crooke, of Upper Church Street Hackney in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury
(The mental capacity of the deceased was in question). Also concerns the will of her sister, Mrs. Mary Carter

Depositions of witnesses in suit Harvey (and Poynter) v. Allen (and Coote), contesting will of Zipporah Crook of Church Street, Hackney.  M21  1855

Former reference: BRA 900

Contents:
CROOK, Zipporah
William Godfrey Harvey: Sarah Ann Harvey; Francis Doody; Mrs. Bonser; Miss Bonser John Rogers; Mrs. Doody; Mary Carter; Mr. Fillet; Ann Crook; Sarah Crook; George Crook; George Walter Crook; Mr. Pritchard; Emma Wilkinson; Mr. Lucking; Sarah Elizabeth Harvey; Mary Ann Harvey; Emily Harvey; William Harvey; Thomas Potts.

Deeds relating to Stamford Hill Middlesex  [no ref. or date]

Lease and George Pringle and others to Benjamin Nicholas Williams.  M22  1817

Former reference: BRA 1450

Contents:
Also mentions: Matilda Pringle; Mira Hodgkins; Robert Tutt; Mr. - Lousada; Strafford Spurr; George Pringle, Jr., John Stranger; John Wigley.

Assignment of Lease from Benjamin Nicholas Williams to William Pounsett.  M23  1821

Former reference: BRA 1450

Contents:
Also mentions: George Pringle; Matilda Pringle; Mira Hodgkins; Mr. - Lousada; Strafford Spurr; John Wigley.

Mortgage by William Pounsett to Felix Booth and Henry Pounsett.  M24  1821

Former reference: BRA 1450

Contents:
Also mentions: Alice Pounsett; Philip Booth; John Wigley; Alfred Henry Smith.

Assignment of lease from Felix Booth, Henry Pounsett and William Pounsett to Abraham Beaumont.  M25  1832

Former reference: BRA 1450

Contents:
Also mentions: George Pringle; Matilda Pringle; Mira Hodgkins; Benjamin Nicholas Williams; Mr. Lousada; Strafford Spurr.

Lease from Rev. John Fullagar and others to Abraham Beaumont.  M26  1839

Former reference: BRA 1450

Contents:
Also mentioned: William Scales; George Pringle; Frederick Clarkson; Frances Clarkson; Robert Glenn. With two lawyers' bills (Abraham Beaumont).

Draft lease extending tenure of Abraham Beaumont, from Rev. John Fullagar and others.  M27  1846

Former reference: BRA 1450

Contents:
Also mentions William Scales; Frederick Clarkson; Frances Clarkson; George Pringle; Robert Glenn; with Fire Policy March 1846 - March 1853; Copies of three letters dated 1846, in connection with extension of lease; fire policy 1853-60 and insurance certificates etc. (2) dated 1853; and letter from Maria Beaumont of 1858 reminding Solicitor of insurance due in 1853. Certificates mention Mrs. Rebecca Beaumont, Widow of Abraham and mother of Maria Beaumont.

Marriage settlement.  M28  1862-1868

Former reference: BRA 1450

Contents:
BERESFORD, David Barbati and BROWNING, Mrs. Frances
Also mentions: Charles Kittoe Scott; Henry Clarke; Richard Smith; James Browning; William Browning; Henry Browning; Francis Browning; Frances Alsop Scott; George Alexander Lewis; Winder Allison; Isaac Jackson; - Freeman

Deeds relating to Hackney Marsh, Middlesex  [no ref. or date]

Lease. Bargain and sale of 4 acres 4½ roods of land, between John Gray; Ann Gray; Harford Wainewright; and Richard Nicholas.  M29  1743

Former reference: BRA 1208

Contents:
Also mentions: Hannah Rolfe; Richard Marsh; Robert Fleming; Robert Reeves; (Hackney Marsh): Withiham, Clopton Marsh, Clopton Marsh Gate, Greshopps Hooke (alias Greshams Hooke), Temple Mill Bridge, Middle Shott, Hummerton End; also North Millfield.

Release. Bargain and sale of 4 acres 4½ roods of land, between John Gray and Hayford Wainewright; and Richard Nicholas.  M30  1743

Former reference: BRA 1208

Contents:
Also mentions: Hannah Rolfe; Richard Marsh; Robert Fleming; Robert Reeves; Names in Hackney Marsh: Withiham, Clopton Marsh, Greshams or Greshams Hooke, Temple Mill Bridge, Middle Shott, Hummerton End, North Millfield.

Admission of Richard Nicholas as tenant of the Manor of Hackney.  M31  1743

Former reference: BRA 1208

Contents:
Also mentions: Francis John Tyssen (Lord of the Manor); John Gray; J Ghene [?] (Deputy Steward). Place-names in Hackney Marsh: North Millfield, North Egney, Grashops Hook.

Letter dated 15 Jan. 1719, from M. Treby to "Dear Cosen"  M32  1719

Former reference: BRA 1208

Records relating to Anne Hatley, nee Anne Pynsent.  [no ref. or date]

Additional security for the loan of £306, from her brother Robert Pynsent.  M33  1731

Former reference: BRA 1208

Contents:
Also mentions: Thomas Hatley (dec. husband of Anne); Dorothea Guider; John Wallis; Henry Horton; Thomas Hatley Jr; Patience Mary Hatley; Anne Hatley Jr.

Additional security for the loan of £250, from her brother Robert Pynsent.  M34  1734

Former reference: BRA 1208

Contents:
Also mentions: Thomas Hatley (dec. husband of Anne); Dorothea Guider; John Wallis; Henry Horton; Thomas Hatley Jr; Patience Mary Hatley; Anne Hatley Jr.

Assignment of mortgage to Richard Nicholas.  M35  1753

Former reference: BRA 1208

Contents:
Also mentions: Rev. Henry Layng; Richard Wilmot; Peter Layng; George Layng; John Layng; William Walton; Humphry Adams; William Wills; Joseph Harris; Rt. Hon. Thomas Lord Viscount Weymouth; John Tottenham; Edward Tottenham; John Tutthill; Ralph Sutton.

Lease of properties in Somerset to Richard Nicholas.  M36  1753

Former reference: BRA 1208

Contents:
Also mentions: Richard Wilmot; William Walton; Humphrey Adams; William Wills.

Court order to release Richard Nicholas from receiver's duties.  M37  1772

Former reference: BRA 1208

Contents:
NICHOLAS, Richard
Bankruptcy case involving: Francis John Tyssen; John Tyssen; Peter Burrell; John Ward; Ann Nicholas; Henry Marshall; Robert Purnell.
Bankrupt: John Tyssen

Trusts and Uses as to £1560 to Robert Wallace Johnson: marriage settlement of James Corneck and Ann Smith, late Ann Nicholas, born Ann Hatley.  M38  1792

Former reference: BRA 1208

Contents:
CORNECK, James
Also mentions: John Ballard; Joshua Jones Prichard; James Smith; John Smith; Elizabeth Ann Smith; Charlotte Corron-Smith; (later Charlotte Corron Sigston); Benjamin Sigston; Stephen Corneck.

Quitclaim by John Gray and Ann Gray (his wife) of 12 acres of land, in favour of Richard Nicholas.  M39  1743

Former reference: BRA 1208

(2 parts of indenture).

Contents:
HACKNEY MARSH

Deeds relating to Phipp Street, Hackney  [no ref. or date]

Assignment of leases on Nos. 13 and 14 from Thomas Jarvis Sambrook to James Marlton.  M40  1805

Former reference: BRA 1247

Contents:
PHIPPS STREET, Nos. 13 - 14.
Also mentions: Ary Holman; Mark Briggs; William Hugo; John Robinson.

Assignment of lease from James Marlton to Stephen Taylor, by way of mortgage to secure £89.5 and interest. Also mentions: Ary Holman; Mark Briggs; - Hugo.  M41  1808

Former reference: BRA 1247

Contents:
PHIPPS STREET, Nos. 13 and 14

Assignment and surrender by Stephen Taylor and James Marlton to John Jones Holman.  M42  1813

Former reference: BRA 1247

Contents:
PHIPPS STREET, Nos. 13 - 14.
Also mentions: Ary Holman; Mark Briggs; - Hugo; Thomas Jarvis Sambrook; Thomas Reynolds; John Virgo.

Lease, from John Jones Holman to Joshua Wren.  M43  1817

Former reference: BRA 1247

Contents:
PHIPPS STREET, Nos. 13 and 14.
Also mentions: William Jones; Samuel Baker; Francis Motley.

Grant to Henry Revell of the custody of Louisa West of unsound mind; and of her personal estates  M44  1836

Former reference: BRA 1247

Contents:
WEST, Louisa
Also mentions: Richard Clements; William Westell; Benjamin Pratt; Thomas Blakeman. Also Haberdashers Arms P.H. - enquiring held there.
Keeper of lunatic asylum at Hoxton

Deeds of Hackney Church of England School  [no ref. or date]

Deed of settlement establishing the school. Parties  M45  1830

Former reference: BRA 1247

Contents:
(1) Rev. Henry Handley Norris; Rev. William Blackstone Rennell; William Taylor Copeland; William Cotton; John Craven; Mungo Gilmore; George Greenwood; Frederick Huth; Robert Hugh Innes; Henry Nelson; James Purcell; and Thomas Wilson.
(2) John Diston Powles and John Marshall and all other signatories except those in (1) and (3).
(3) John Henry Freese and Philip Dell Hayman.
Also mentions: - Twaites; William Walker; William Hurst Ashpitel; Duke of Clarence P.H. (owners or tenants, neighbouring properties). Other signatories (see (2) ): Charles Horton Pulley; Charles John Heathcote; Herman William Mertens; Henry Aidwin Soames; John Ord; Algerman Frampton; Alexander Green; John James Watson; John George Hammack; Thomas Lucas; Robert Hinley Goodall; William Walford; Samuel Fox; William Adamson; W. W. Luard; William Henry Edington; William Ward Heathcote; Isaac Westmorland; William May; John Holt, Jr.; William Dennis; Benjamin Clarke; Robert Barker; Joseph Richard Williams; C. W. Rohrs; William Bode; William Drummer; Henry V. Lynes; Joseph Pulley; John Charrington; Hendrick H. Holtmayer; Edward Oseland; Mary Maclancklan; John David Dentelmoser; James Newman; David Foggo; Alexander Stewart; Thomas S. Balderston; John Gardiner; John Ferguson Smith; John Bull; John Belcher; James Goodeve Sparrow; William Eley; Richard Du Cane; R.H. Easum; Charles Bullock; William Scott Deighton; Robert J.S. Perkin; George C. Redman; Charles Hammond Jr.; Thomas Brown; Haydon S. Aldersey; Richard Bennett; John Michael Morris; Thomas Appach; Thomas Warburton; Thomas Craven; Charles Wright; John Scratton; Thomas Stephen Hodges; Matthew Foster; John Robert Daniel Tyssen. Joshua Watson; Charles Edward Weber; William Varty; Thomas Sadler; Henry Rouse; John Wood Jr.; Samuel Nelme; Thomas Wilson; Francis Wilson; Dryden Elstob; Joseph Pulley Jr.; Thomas S. Elstob; N.B. Ward; George Frost; Thomas Frampton; Thomas Henry; Benjamin Winnell Scott; Richard Berford; William Henry Holmes; Joseph Foot; W. George Colchester; William Smith Kendal; Arthur Ryder; John Simpson; Samuel Preston Child; Skinner Turner; Christopher Man; Jasper de St. Croiz; William Hamilton; John Bradock; Francis Pawle; James Bethell; James Eyre Watson Patrick Johnson; Thomas Page; George Frederick Young; George W. Lenox; James Remnant; William Barber; Thomas S. Griffinhoffe; John Swainson; Charles Cobbold; Robert Willey; Henry Tweed; George Joseph Kain; Rev. John Newman; George Thomas Dale; Christian Paul Meyer; Jane Berthon; Peter Henry Berthon; Henry Bennett; John Besemeres; William James Lancaster; Charles James Beverly; Bartlet Goodrich; Samuel Smith Lynch; Thomas Oliver Goodchild; James Cotton Powell; George Suart? Simpson; Edward Scratton; T. Wright; Arthur Powell; Charles John Daniel; William Ward Heathcote; Joseph Bayne; Henry Hayman; James Barber; William Mozart Purcell; Thomas Davis Lamb; James Connell; John[?] Skilbeck; George Powell; John Godding; Edward Irish (Curate of St.John-at-Hackney).

Assignment of premises by Thomas Lucas and John Robert Daniel Tyssen to Richard Foster and Charles Jacomb.  M46  1879-1892

Former reference: BRA 1247

Contents:
Also mentions: Rev. Arthur Brook; Christian Paul Meyer; Rev. Henry Handley Norris; Rev. William Blackstone Rennell; William Taylor Copeland; William Cotton; John Craven; Mungo Gilmore; George Greenwood; Frederick Huth; Robert Hugh Innes; Henry Nelson; James Powell; Thomas Wilson; - Twaites; William Walker; William Hurst Ashpitel (wrongly given as Aspirel); Duke of Clarence P.H.; John Diston Powles; John Marshall; John Henry Freese; Philip Dell Hayman; James Meyer; Rev. Thomas Oliver Goodchild; Arthur Powell; Thomas Craven; George Suart Simpson; William Fowler Mountford Copeland; Edward Capper Copeland; Alfred James Copeland; Richard Pirie Copeland; George Frederick Andrews; Rev. Charles Perring; Philip Peter Perring Goodchild; Ellen Goodchild. Assignment by Richard Foster to Rev. Frederic Evelyn Gardiner; Rev. Leonard Edmund Shelford; Rev. Arthur Coleman Vidler; Charles Marcus Westfield; Francis Howse.

Receipt for £103 - 18 - 0, given by Richard Foster and Charles Jacomb to Rev. Charles Perring and Captain Philip Peter Perring Goodchild (acting executors of the Rev. Thomas Oliver Goodchild.)  M47  1879

Former reference: BRA 1247

Counterpart agreement for a yearly tenancy of the Hackney Grammar School at £150 p.a. and Conditional agreement for sale  M48  1895

Former reference: BRA 1247

Contents:
Conditional agreement for sale is between Rev. Frederick Evelyn Gardiner; Rev. Leonard Edmund Shelford; Rev. Arthur Coleman Vidler; Philip Peter Perring Goodchild; Charles Marcus Westfield; Francis Howse
And Edward John Arpthorp of 82, Hoxton Street

Agreement of the Charity Commissioners to the disposal of School premises described in M48.  M49  1896

Former reference: BRA 1247

Contents:
Names mentioned: Thomas Lucas; John Robert Daniel Tyssen; Rev. Arthur Brook; Richard Foster; Charles Jacomb; Rev. Frederic Evelyn Gardiner; Charles Marcus Westfield; Rev. Arthur Coleman Vidler; Francis Howse; Rev. Leonard Edmund Shelford; Philip Peter Perring Goodchild.

Deeds relating to Upper Clapton (later Clapham Terrace), Middlesex  [no ref. or date]

Lease and counterpart lease from Thomas Webbe to James Edmonds.  M50  1765

Former reference: BRA 1114

2 docs

Contents:
UPPER CLAPTON - (later CLAPTON TERRACE)
Also mentions: Francis John Tyson; Thomas Mainwaring; W. Ogle.

Mortgage of Upper Clapton house from James Edmonds to Thomas Triquet.  M51  1766

Former reference: BRA 1114

Contents:
UPPER CLAPTON - (later CLAPTON TERRACE)
Also mentions: Thomas Webbe; Francis John Tyson; Edmund Pepys; John Gwynne.

Assignment of lease by Thomas Triquet and Thomas Webbe to John Devall.  M52  1768

Former reference: BRA 1114

Contents:
UPPER CLAPTON - (later CLAPTON TERRACE)
Also mentions: James Edmonds Francis John Tysson; Thomas Rowlison; Samuel Archer Hussey; John Devall Junior; William Eborall Junior.

Lease from John Devall to Richard Eaton.  M53  1786

Former reference: BRA 1114

Contents:
UPPER CLAPTON - (later CLAPTON TERRACE)
Also mentions: Benjamin Morris.

Attested copy of mortgage.  M54  1798

Former reference: BRA1114

Contents:
UPPER CLAPTON - (later CLAPTON TERRACE)
Ann Devall and John Devall to Charles Smith. Also mentions: John Devall (dec.) Thomas Webbe; James Edmonds; Francis John Tyson; Captain Jameson; Peter Esdaile; Thomas Triquet; - Corbett; - Moreton; - Plumstead; Dr. Hallifax; - Eaton; - Locke; Susannah Smith; Robert Devall; Elizabeth Dickens; Charles Scrace Dickens; Jane Devall; Henrietta Grant; James Murray Grant.

Lease from John Devall to Richard Eaton.  M55  1803

Former reference: BRA 1114

Contents:
CLAPTON TERRACE

Attested copy of Assignment, Charles Smith to Leonard Currie.  M56  1806

Former reference: BRA 1114

Contents:
CLAPTON TERRACE
Also mentions Isaac Currie; Charles Scrace Dickens.

Attested copy of part of Assignment, Leonard Currie to Charles Smith.  M57  1806

Former reference: BRA 1114

Contents:
CLAPTON TERRACE
Also mentions: Isaac Currie; Charles Scrace Dickens; John Devall; Susanna Smith; Ann Devall.

Attested copy of reassignment of mortgaged premised foom Charles Smith, Isaac Currie and Charles Scrace Dickens to Ann Devall and John Devall.  M58  1810

Former reference: BRA 1114

Contents:
CLAPTON TERRACE
Also mentions: Leonard Currie.

Assignment of Leasehold premises, John Devall to Harriott Eaton.  M59  1812

Former reference: BRA 1114

Contents:
CLAPTON TERRACE
Also mentions: John Devall (dec.); Thomas Webbe; James Edmonds; Francis John Tyson; Thomas Triquet; John Eyre; Ambrose Goddard; Ann Devall; Charles Smith; Leonard Currie; Isaac Currie; Charles Scrace Dickins.

Release: Robert Dodgson to Henry and Catherine Smith.  M60  1853

Former reference: BRA 1114

Contents:
CLAPTON TERRACE, [No.9]
Also mentions: Harriott Eaton; Lenny Smith; Ann Herklots; - Durrant; James Cotton.

Assignment of reversionary interest by way of security for monies advanced. Henry Smith to Richard Davies.  M61  1856

Former reference: BRA 1114

Contents:
CLAPTON TERRACE
Also mentions: Harriott Eaton; Rev. Hugh Nicolas Pearson; Samuel Cotton; Mary Ann Dugdell; William Dugdell; [or Dugdale]; Catherine Smith.

Draft mortgage in fee and assignment of two leasehold houses: John Austin and James Austin to John Bagwill.  M62  1802

Former reference: BRA 1157

Contents:
[Only names with known Hackney connections listed].
UPPER CLAPTON [probably KEATES LANE]
Also mentions: Sir Francis Willes; Thomas Breton; Robert Lloyd Breton; Sarah Breton; Elizabeth King; Benjamin King; John Oneby; Robert Oneby; Mary Bretton; Christopher Smyth; William Mayo; George Wrighte; Dorothy Wrighte; Ezekiel Wrighte; William Morris; Anne Pick; William Pick; Emmitt Mason; Richard Mason; Ann Morris; Ann Mason; William Mason; Charles Dickinson; Thomas Green; John Martin; Samuel Toovey; Richard Wall; William Craddock; William Craddock Jr.; Dorothy Craddock; Edward Broomhead; Catherine Broomhead; Catherine Alsop; George Alsop; Mary Burdenell; Mary Staveley; Thomas Staveley; Maria Christiana Pulton; Maria Christiana Pulton Jr.; Thomas Pulton; Philip Bliss; Joseph Moore; Mary Welstead Moore; Ann Welstead; Tilly Walker; Christiana Walker; Richard Gifford; Elizabeth Gifford [nee Woodhouse]; Thomas Alleyn; Jane Alleyn; Dame Mary Willes; Elizabeth Lany; Joseph Austin; John Nichols; Jane Walker; Thomas Woodhouse; Sir John Blois; Francis Brooke; Daniel Moore; George Burley; Dame Sarah Chapman; Dame Ann Chapman; William Dawson; Mrs. Ogeir [sic]; Mr. Fuller; Mrs. Lattimore; James Welch; Mrs. Mitchell; John Turnbull; William Turnbull; Betty Turnbull; the Rt. Hon. Francis Earl Brooke; James Oliver; Mary Turnbull (nee Oliver); Creame Barber; Cooke Taylor.
+ Draft memorial
And 4 scraps of paper - 2 rough bills, 1 address, 1 note about insurance.

Draft lease, John Austin to Day Gunley.  M63  1802

Former reference: BRA 1157

Contents:
UPPER CLAPTON
Also mentions: William Dawson; Mrs. Ogier; Mr. Fuller; Mrs. Latimore.

Draft release, Joseph Moore and others to James Welch [here Welsh] and others.  M64  1803

Former reference: BRA 1157

Contents:
[Only names with known Hackney connections listed]
UPPER CLAPTON
Also mentions: Sir John Blois; Mary Welstead Moore; Ann Welstead; Mary Staveley; Robert Oneby; Richard Gifford; Euphemia Gifford; Elizabeth Gifford [nee Woodhouse]; Thomas Alleyn; Jane Alleyn; Joseph Austin; John Austin.
And Two related documents, mentioning:
(1) Bagwill; Breton; Lloyd; Wrighte; Morris; Mason; Martin etc. Broomhead; Pulton; Bliss; Moore; Walker; Gifford.
(2) Table setting out inheritance as in M62.

Two draft memorials  M65  1803

Former reference: BRA 1157

Contents:
UPPER CLAPTON
(1) Lease and release, Sir Francis Willes and others to John Austin and others.
(2) Lease and release, Sir Francis Willes and others to Joseph Austin and others.
Also mentioned:
(1) Dame Mary Willes; Elizabeth Lany; Sir John Blois; Thomas Breton; Robert Lloyd Breton; Mary Breton; Christopher Smith; George Wrighte; William Morris; Ann Morris; Ann Mason; William Mason; John Martin; Edward Broomhead; Catherine Broomhead; Maria Christiana Pulton; Philip Bliss; Tilly Walker; Joseph Austin; Mrs. Ogier; James Welch; Mrs. Fuller; William Dawson; Mr. Mitchell; Joseph Moore; Mary Welstead Moore; Ann Welstead; Mary Staveley; Robert Onebye; Richard Gifford; Euphemia Gifford; Elizabeth Gifford [nee Woodhouse]; Thomas Alleyn; Jane Alleyn;
(2) James Welch; Dame Mary Willes; Elizabeth Lany; William Dawson; Sir John Blois; Mary Welstead Moore; Richard Gifford; Euphemia Gifford.

Draft Mortgage in fee, Jane Thomson to John Bagwill.  M66  1811

Former reference: BRA 1157

Contents:
HILL STREET, (Upper Clapton - No.1)
Also mentions: Alexander Thomson; John Webbe Weston; Miss Cherry.
And Draft Memorial; and outline of Abstract of Title.

Deeds relating to Keats Lane and Austins Buildings Clapton  [no ref. or date]

Draft assignment of lease, James Day to John Austin.  M67  1814

Former reference: BRA 1157

Contents:
KEATES LANE
Also mentions: Matthias Ramsdale.
And Draft Memorial.

Draft lease, John Austin to William Day.  M68  1816

Former reference: BRA 1157

Contents:
KEATES LANE
Also mentions: Matthias Rumbolt; John Rumball; Matthias Ramsdale.

Bundle of letters referring to the deposit of deeds for "Mr. Austin's" Clapton property, i.e. probably at this date the Keates Lane property.  M69  1816-17

Former reference: BRA 1157

Contents:
[?] KEATES LANE
Solicitors' names only + Joseph Austin, John Bagwill].
Letters and rough bill (included)

Two drafts, dated Feb. and 17 March 1817, assigning lease from John Austin to John Douglas; and draft memorial, with rough bill, and receipt. [4 documents in all].  M70  1817

Former reference: BRA 1157

Contents:
KEATES LANE
Names mentioned: Matthias Ramsdale; James Day; Francis Austin; James Douglas.

Draft mortgage in fee, John Austin and Joseph Austin to John Bagwill.  M71  1817

Former reference: BRA 1157

Contents:
AUSTINS BUILDINGS CLAPTON
Also mentions: Mary Austin; Sir Francis Willes; Dame Mary Willes; Elizabeth Lany; Sir John Blois; Thomas Breton; Robert Lloyd Breton; Mary Breton; Christopher Smyth; George Wrighte; Ann Wrighte; Ann Mason; John Martin; Edward Bromhead [here]; Catherine Bromhead [here]; Maria Christiana Pulton; Philip Bliss; Tilly Walker; Mary Welsted Moore; Richard Gifford; Euphenia Gifford; Mrs. Ogier; Mr. Fuller; James Welch; William Coldham; William Dawson; Clark Powell; Mary Dean; Roger Hudson.

Bundle of documents, referring to; (1) the reassignment of the leases from John Douglas to John Austin - see M70. and (2) assignment to John Bagwill.  M72  1817

Former reference: BRA 1157

Contents:
KEATES LANE
With Draft memorial for (1) and six letters between solicitors and parties. Nine papers in all.
Names mentioned: William Casburn; John Lane; - Mitchell; John Turnball; William Turnball; Betty Turnball; the Rt. Hon. Francis Earl Brooke; James Oliver; Mary Turnball; William Rix; Creame Barber; Crooke Taylor; Matthias Ramsdale; James Day; William Hensman; William Dawson; Mrs. (William) Dawson; Mr. Fuller; Mary Austin; William Mott; John Steventon.

Bundle of deeds relating to property at Clapton.  M73  1817

Former reference: BRA 1157

11 docs. in all

Contents:
KEATES LANE [?]
(1) Draft agreement and agreement for John Austin to purchase freehold. 2 docs.
(2) Letters relating to the execution of the purchase between solicitors, parties, etc. - 7 docs.
(3) Draft appointment and release in fee, William Casburn to John Austin. - 1 doc.
(4) Draft memorial - 1 doc.
Names mentioned: James Welsh; William Charles Greenop; Mr. Cope; Mrs. Cope; Joseph Austin; John Lane; John Hibbert; William Dawson; Mrs. (William) Dawson; William Hensman; Mr. Fuller.

Draft mortgage in fee; Draft Bond for payment of £819 secured by the mortgage; and draft memorial: Richard Mitchell to John Bagwill.  M74  1823

Former reference: BRA 1157

Contents:
KEATES LANE [?]
Also mentions: James Pope; John Austin; William Henry Holmes; Joshua Pattison; William Dawson; Mrs. (William) Dawson; John Crooks; Nathaniel Colson; Elizabeth Snewin.

Abstract of Title of Thomas Breton.  M75  1822

Former reference: BRA 1157

Contents:
KEATES LANE [?]
Also mentions:
John Webb;
(1771 - to date of abstract, i.e. 1822)
Robert Onebye; Sir Henry Wood; Bishop Wood; Charles Cranmer alias Wood; Thomas Boothby; Samuel Bracebridge; Mary Boothby; William Chapman; William Breesey; Robert Lloyd Breton; Sarah Breton; (p.2) Elizabeth King; Benjamin King; John Onebye; Mary Breton; Christopher Smith; William Mayo; George Wrighte; Dorothy Wrighte; Ezekiel Wrighte; Ann Wrighte; William Morris; Anne Pick; William Pick; Emmett Mason; Richard Mason; Ann Morris; Ann Mason; William Mason; Charles Dickenson; Thomas Green; John Martin; Samuel Toovey; Richard Wall; William Cradock; Dorothy Cradock; William Cradock Jr.; John Nichols; Edward Bromhead; Catherine Bromhead (née [...] olde; Catherine Alsop née [...] ; George Alsop; Mary Brudenell; Mary Staveley; Thomas Staveley; (p.3) Maria Christiana Putton née Peggey; Thomas Pulton; Maria Christiana Pulton St; Philip Bliss; Joseph Moore; Mary Welstead Moore; Ann [née Staveley] Welstead; Tilly Walker; Christiana [née Staveley] Walker; Jane Walker; Richard Gifford; Elizabeth Gifford (née Woodhouse); Thomas Alleyn; Jane Alleyn née Staveley; Thomas Woodhouse; Sir John Blois; Francis Brooke; John Webb; Susan Onebye; (p.4); Robert Onebye Jr.; Mary Onebye; Sir William Chapman (p.5) Humphrey Onebye; Thomas Onebye; Emmett Byard [née Onebye]; John King; Benjamin King Jr.; Nathaniel King; Thomas King; Francis King; Elizabeth Green née King; Benjamin King son of John King Sarah Conant née King; John King (son of Benjamin Jr.) Mary Pemberton née King; Benjamin King (son of last-named Benjamin) Mary King; Sarah Breton King; Ann Breton; Sarah Breton; Robert Wrighte; Nathan Breton Wrighte; Ezekiel Wrighte Jr.; Dorothy Wrighte; Elizabeth Wrighte; Elizabeth Ashby/Wrighte; George Ashby; George Wrighte; Nathan Wrighte Jr.; Robert Wrighte; Elizabeth Wrighte; Mary Bedford/Wrighte; George Wrighte Jr.; (p.6) Barbara Clarges/Wrighte; George Wrighte (son of George Wrighte jnr), party to the Indenture of Release. Richard Mason Jr.; Ann Jarman/Mason; Dorothy Mason/Cradock; Ann Mason/Pick; Ann Pick/Morris; William Cradock; William Cradock Jr.; Thomas Staveley Jr.; William Staveley; George Staveley; Sir Edward Brudenell; Robert Brudenell; Mary Brudenell; Nathaniel Alsop; Catherine Alsop/Ayre Jr.; Mary Alsop/Pegge; Joanna Alsop/Blisse; Thomas Ayre; Christopher Pegge; Philip Bliss Sr. (Revd.); Leonard Welstead; Elizabeth Leonard Welstead; Ann Welstead Jr.; Thomas Welstead; Alice Cloyne/Welstead; Mary Welstead/Bassett; Joshua Walker; Joshua Walker Jr.; Thomas Walker; Ann Tilly/Walker; (p.7) John Alleyne; Unica Vincent/Onebye; Richard Vincent; John Onebye; Elizabeth Onebye/Townsend; Ellen Davies/Onebye; Robert Onebye; Judith Chester/Onebye; Susannah Webb/Onebye; Elizabeth Fish/Onebye; Francis Fish; Josiah Townsend; Thomas Onebye (grandson); John Onebye (brother of Thomas, grandson); Elizabeth Onebye/Salisbury; Richard Salisbury; Karen Happuck Turville/Onebye; John Onebye (son of John Onebye last-named); Grace Onebye; (p.8) Ann Cradock/Nichols; Ann Nichols; Sarah Nichols; Jane Walker; Sir John Blois; (p.10) Leonard Methan; Ann Methan; (p.11) Richard Wall (p.13) Daniel Moore; George Burley; Sir John Chapman; Dame Sarah Chapman; Frances Webb; Colonel William Clinton; General Sir Harry Clinton; Collingwood Rodham; Sir Francis Willes; Lady Mary Wiles; Elizabeth Lany; (p.19) Dame Ann Chapman; Mrs. Mendes; (p.22) James Welch; John Austin; (p.23) Joe Austin; William Dawson; - Crook; Thomas Austin; (p.25) - Fuller; Euphenia Gifford: (p.29) William Casburn; John Hibbert; John Lane; William Hensman; John Turnbull; William Turnbull; Betty Turnbull; - Mitchell; the Rt. Hon. Francis Earl Brooke; James Oliver; Mary Oliver/Turnbull; William Rix; Creame Barber; Crooke Taylor; (p.37) Matthias Ramsdale; James Day; (p.41); John Bagwill; William Mott; John Steventon; James Pope; Mrs. Ogier; Lucas Houghton; John Nichols.

Notes, appointment and draft memorial  M76  1822-1823

Former reference: BRA 1157

Contents:
KEATES LANE [?]
(1) Various notes etc. letters between solicitors & parties. Two sketch plans of properties. Six items in all.
(2) Draft appointment and release, John Austin to Richard Mitchell.
(3) Draft Memorial for (2).
Names mentioned: John Bagwill; James Pope; William Henry Holmes; William Casburn; John Lane; Joshua Pattisson; William Dawson; Mrs. (William) Dawson; John Crooks; Nathaniel Colson.

Records relating to the Le Mesurier family  [no ref. or date]

21 year lease of lands in Great Conford, Dorset, Benjamin Le Mesurier to William Beaumont.  M77  1808

Former reference: BRA 1157

Assignment of Mare Street property. A messuage and gardens, and a bowling green. Benjamin Le Mesurier to John Le Mesurier.  M78  1809

Former reference: BRA 1157

Contents:
Also mentions: Hananel Mendes Da Costa; John Jacob Appach.

Release and Conveyance and Draft release and conveyance and Lease for 1 year of freehold estate in Great Canford, Dorset, Benjamin Le Mesurier to John Le Mesurier.  M79  1811

Former reference: BRA 1157

2 docs.

Contents:
Also Assignment of a leasehold Messuage in Mare Street. Names mentioned: Margaret Le Mesurier; Hananel Mendes Da Costa; John Jacob Appach; William Brock; Peter Le Mesurier; Peter Le Mesurier Jr.; Frederick Le Mesurier; Ann Le Mesurier; William Woodman; Thomas Morris; William Jones; James Jones -

Agreement and counterpart; Benjamin and Margaret Le Mesurier grant Great Canford, Dorset, properties to John Le Mesurier for £300.  M80  1813

Former reference: BRA 1157

2 docs.

Copy of letter from solicitor (John Lane?) to John Le Mesurier, listing deeds in his possession relating to Mesurier's property in Dorset and in Mare Street.  M81  1830

Former reference: BRA 1157

Contents:
Also mentions: Benjamin Le Mesurier; Margaret Le Mesurier; William Beaumont; John H. Lander.

Letters from John Le Mesurier to solicitor John Lane concerning sale of Mesurier's Dorset property. And acknowledgement from purchaser's solicitors of receipt of deeds.  M82  1831

Former reference: BRA 1157

3 items

Articles of co-partnership between William Brock and Benjamin Le Mesurier.  M83  1798

Former reference: BRA 1157

Contents:
Also mentions: Peter Perchard.

Case and Draft cases under Messrs. Brock and Le Measurier's [sic] property, i.e. William Brock and Benjamin Le Mesurier.  M84  1811

Former reference: BRA 1157

14 items

Contents:
Also mentions: Alderman Perchard; John Le Mesurier; Margaret Le Mesurier; Peter Le Mesurier; Hananel Mendes da Costa; Beaumont.
And eight items - letters, notes of accounts, etc., relating to the above. All dated 1811.

Release and draft release of trusts and the Equity of Redemption of Great Canford, Dorset, property; (William Brock and Benjamin Le Mesurier) to John Le Mesurier.  M85  1812

Former reference: BRA 1157

Contents:
Also mentions: John Thomas; Samuel Dobree; Moses David Getting; Newman Smith; John Poigndestre (assignees of the estate of Brock and Le Mesurier); Margaret Le Mesurier; Peter Le Mesurier; Peter Le Mesurier Jr.; Frederick Le Mesurier; Ann Le Mesurier; Hananel Mendes da Costa; John Hudder Lander; William Beaumont 2 copies
BRA 1157
And Note of parties and designs also mentioning Giffin Wilson; Archibald [?] Elias [?] Impey; Montagu Farren Ainslie; William Villins Surtees; Charles Grant; John Billing; John M. Winter.

Draft letter of Attorney to execute certain Deeds... to the Assignees of Messrs. Brock & Le Mesurier, i.e. William Brock and Benjamin Le Mesurier.  M86  1812

Former reference: BRA 1157

Contents:
Also mentions: John Le Mesurier; John Mico Winter; Frederick de Lisle; John Thomas; Samuel Dobree; Moses David Getting; Newman Smith; John Poingdestre; Hananel Mendes da Costa; Edward Martin witness.
And part of account

Records of the Manor of Grumbolds  [no ref. or date]

Deeds  M87  1765

Contents:
I JOHN ALLEN, Gent, of Glos. and EDITH his wife.
Wm. JENNER, Yeoman, of Wilts. and ELIZ. his wife.
KATHERINE LAMBERT (Mother of Edith and Eliz.)
ANTHONY LAMBERT (Son of Katherine)
JOHN LAMBERT (Son of Katherine)
II LOMAX RYDER of London, Merchant
III Property situate near Hackney Brook comprising a capital messuage and Two cottages [etc.] Churchfield. (closes)
IV Witnesses
Saml[?] ALLEN
Henry BLANDFORD
Robt. B-. FREEMAN

Admission of Marchant  M88  1683

Contents:
I NICHOLAS CARY and THOMAS COOKE, citizen, Goldsmith, of London and JOHN GREENE[?] Rector of S. John at Hackney at a Court Baron held at the Mermaide.
II Presented that
[Sir] THOMAS VYNER, Kt...surrenders...
III Capital messuage lying in Churchfield alias AYLESFORD. etc as 87
CHRISTOPHER YELVERTON
WILLIAM HUMBLE, gent.
Thomas Vyner purchased land from Wm. H[?]OBSON Esq. descending to his son Sir George Vyner and to his son Thomas Vyner and thence to his children.
IV Edith LAMBERT
Elizabeth TOMBS d. of Edith HIGGS,
Sisters of Thomas VYNER Kt. trustees of the infant THOS. and ELIZ. MARCHANT by her son Richard MARCHANT are admitted tenants.

Admission of TOMBS.  M89  April 1694

Contents:
THOMAS COOKE, Lord, [lessee?] EDWARD NORTHEY, Steward, RICHARD ROACHE, Rector, at the Sun Tavern in Church Street.
Presented that
I ELIZ. TOMBS, wife of Giles EGIDII of Bourton on the Water, Glos. are tenants for themselves and their heirs of ¼th part of Churchfield and Alisford, situate and lying next to the Church containing 18 acres, by Court Rolls 1683.
II That ELIZ. TOMBS died and that James TOMBS(II) aged 5, son of Bartholomew TOMBS (S. of ELIZ.) and her other son James(I) are co-heirs of Elizabeth MARGARET TOMBS mother of James(II) came to Court for him, and Thomas LEEK as attorney for James(I), and they were admitted tenants of the above which is in the occupation of... ARNOLD.

Admission to the Great House  M90  1693

Contents:
THOS. COOKE, [LORD] NORTHEY, ROACHE and JURATS.
Robt. BRUCE clericus[?]
Wm. GRAVE
Rodolfus MACRO M.D.[?]
I Presented that
ELIZABETH MERCHANT of Ablington, Glos. tenant of ½ part the Capital messuage in Church Street ["by the brook[?]" [formerly Sir Thos. Vyners - Black & White House] viz. Capital messuage with stables, outbuildings, yard, etc. next to the brook... a part of the Church field [alongside?] and a... piece of land lying next to the brook on the East side of the same,... on the East 12 feet and to the South 6 feet and in the middle 30 feet; and also a piece of pasture... containing 1 acre and ½ rood,part of the [close] called Aylesford alias Churchfield; and this is as shown in the Court Rolls 1683.
II ELIZ. MARCHANT died seized of the property.
III Before the Court came
Wm. MARCHANT of Ablington, gent.
Richard MARCHANT of Hackney, gent.
Thomas MARCHANT of Bourton-on-the Water, yeoman.
Samuel MARCHANT of London, clockmaker.
her four sons and co-heirs.
Richard and Samuel appeared and the other two were represented by Richard
SARAH BECKFORD and SAMUEL WETHERED[?] are the sub-tenants.

Presentment of Thomas Cooke and Richard Roache  M91  1693

Contents:
I Presented that
ELIZ. MERCHANT was tenant of a full half of the 18 acres called (closes of pasture) Churchfield and Alisford. (Court Rolls 1683)
II that ELIZ. MERCHANT died and that her heirs ...
[As for M90]
In the occupation of... ARNOLD

Admission to the Great House  M92  1694

Contents:
I ELIZ. wife of Giles... ¼
II That Eliz. TOMBS died... [as M89]
Capital messuage & appertenances in Church Street 2 cottages on the east, 1½ roods, enclosed formerly part of Church Field (near the messuage), piece of land near the brook (on east) by wall of messuage, a piece of pasture, formerly part of close called Aylesford Church Field behind messuage.

Presentment of Francis TYSSEN made at the Mermaid  M93 - M94  1701

Contents:
Presented that
I THOMAS MARCHANT yeoman of Bourton-on-the-Water, Glos. was seized of one eighth of Capital messuage, with stables... in Church Street near the brook. etc as M92 (Aylesford alias Church Field)
II And to the Court came THOMAS MARCHANT infant of 18 years and SAMUEL MARCHANT infant of 16 years by Eliz. MERCHANT and were admitted tenants to the one eighth part of the Capital messuage.
Sub. tenants SARAH BECKFORD and SAMUEL WETHERED and were admitted to the one eighth part containing 18 acres of the property in M91 (Aylesford and Ch Field).

Presentment  M95  1706

Contents:
Presented [THAT]
I Samuel MARCHANT on 25 April 1701 came into ½ of one eighth part of the capital messuage [stables etc.] in Church Street in Hackney near to the river there; and 2 tenements or cottages; and also 1 rood and one half of land enclosed sometime parcel of Churchfield near the messuage and garden aforesaid; and also 1 piece of ground lying near the same river easterly between the brick wall of the said messuage containing in the whole 8 perches of land, to the North part 12 ft wide, to the South 6 ft and to the middle part 30 ft and also a parcel of pasture with the appurtenances by estimation 1 acre add ½ a rood and 9 perches, sometime parcel of a close called Aylesford alias Churchfield aforesaid lying on the back of the messuage and garden aforesaid East and South of the aforesaid pasture; and also 2 closes of pasture with the appurtenances containing by estimation 18 acres more or less commonly called Churchfield and Alisford i.e as M94
II And the said Samuel MARCHANT died seized... of the Moiety of the one eighth part without issue and his brother and heir [deleted] THOMAS MARCHANT of Westminster, Winecooper, his brother and next heir and the said THOMAS... granted the same to the use of RICHARD RYDER JUNIOR an infant of the age of 16 son of RICHARD RYDER SENIOR of Hackney Citizen and Skinner of London and Richard RYDER senior was admitted on behalf of RYDER Junior.
III LORDSHOLD
THOMAS MARCHANT, late of Bourton-on-the-Water yeoman held 21 April 1693 one eighth part of 2 closes of pasture of meadow and marsh commonly called PIGSBURY and ROUND MEADOW 15 acres which is in GRASHOPS HOOK in the common marsh of Hackney and also 1½ acres of pasture meadow or marsh in MIDDLESHOTT near GRASHOPS HOOK formerly the land of Jane CATCHERS, widow, also 3 roods more or less of pasture meadow in GRASHOPS HOOK also 1 rood, more or less, being in PAUNCHCROFT in the marsh... aforesaid of which aforesaid one eighth part the said THOMAS died seized and THOMAS MARCHANT of WESTMINSTER, winecooper, is his only surviving son and heir.
And further that ELIZ. MARCHANT in 1683 26 May held [etc.] ½ of 2 acres of land or marsh in GRASHOPS HOOK [etc.] and the said ELIZ died so seized and William MARCHANT of Abingdon. Glos. gent,
Richard MARCHANT, Citizen and Goldsmith of London, and the said
Thomas MARCHANT, late of Bourton-on-the-Water, and
Samuel MARCHANT, of London, Watchmaker, were sons and heirs of the said
ELIZ and the aforesaid THOMAS MARCHANT before any admission to the aforesaid premises, died and THOMAS the only surviving son and heir is granted by the Lord of the Manor and to which premises RICHARD RYDER JUNIOR was admitted [as M95 (II) above]
[Copy in English]

Presentment made at the Mermaid and William Leney (Dept. Steward)  M97  29 Oct. 1706

Contents:
Presented that
i. WILLIAM MARCHANT of ABLINGTON, Glos. gent. by Court Roll of July 1693 was seized of a ¼ of one eighth part of the [lands and property] in Church Street [etc.] and died so seized
And that ELIZ SMALL wife of Jos. Small of MINCHEN HAMPTON, Glos. pannarius [i.e. cloth worker] was the only daughter and heir.
ii. And JOSEPH SMALL came to the Court [etc.]

Presentment made at the Mermaid  M98  17 April 1707

Contents:
Presented that
i. SAMUEL MARCHANT of London, Clockmaker, by Court Roll of July 1693 was seized of one eighth part of the Capital messuages [etc.] [as M95]
ii. Granted the same to the use of RICHARD RYDER JUNIOR an infant... of 16 years
To the same Court came Jos. SMALL... and ELIZ his wife, [she] being customary tenant by Court Roll of 29 October 1706 and she surrendered [the same] her 1/8 share to the use of RICHARD RYDER JUNIOR.

Presentment  M99  13 April 1710


Related information: See also M3152-3

Contents:
Presented that
i. By Court of September 1709, James TOMBS (II) of Barking, Essex, mealman, [see M89] surrendered his one eighth part of the Capital messuage [etc.] as M95 in Church Street and the aforesaid James TOMBS was admitted by the Court of April 1694. The two closes (18 acres) are now three,
ii. Ganted the same to the use of Richard RYDER Junior an infant of 19.
I James TOMBS of London, navit, by Court of October 1695 was seized of one eighth part... and died seized
i. And that MARTHA FISHER of London, widow
ii. And MARIA wife of ROBERT DUNNE of London, Haberdasher,
iii. And ANN wife of JOHN MEER of London, Tailor,
The three sisters and co-heirs of the aforesaid James TOMBS are admitted ...
II To this Court came MARTHA FISHER and surrendered 1/3 of one eighth part to the use of RICHARD RYDER JUNIOR infant of 19 years to be looked after by RICHARD RYDER. [Senior?]

Deed of Tyssen, Roach, etc.  M100  May 1716

Contents:
Richard RYDER, Jnr., Ann STAVERTON and Richard MARCHANT are given license to demise all the back garden on the East side of the Capital messuage, formerly of Sir Thomas Viner and another part, and a greenhouse all formerly in the occupation of -- [i.e. Samuel] WITHERHEAD.

Admission of Wm. MARCHANT  M101  June 1722

Contents:
Rachel TYSSEN, widow of Francis Tyssen, gent. (acting for the infant Francis).
Presented that
Richard MARCHANT of HACKNEY held in his life one eighth of the Capital messuage (as in Court Rolls of July 1693), died and that William MARCHANT of Westminster, gent, is the son and heir of the said Richard MARCHANT deceased.
William came to Court to ask for admission.
That the said William Marchant surrendered into the hand of the Lord all his one eighth part to the use of Richard MORRIS of HACKNEY, Yeoman. who is admitted

Surrender  M102  3 August 1725

Contents:
Presented that
On 3 June 1714 Robert DONNE of London, Haberdasher, and MARIA his wife being customary tenants of the Manor as appears by Court Rolls 1710 [M99] surrenders 1/3 part of one eighth part [etc.] to the use of RICHARD RYDER JNR., citizen and skinner, of London.
And presented that on 7 May 1715 NEVILLE HUGGINS of LONDON, Tobacconist, and MARTHA his wife, and the aforesaid ROBERT DONNE and MARIA his wife, the same Martha and Maria being customary tenants... [See M99]
[Note Presumably Martha HUGGINS is the former Martha FISHER ?] also to the use of RICHARD RYDER, JNR. He is admitted, and surrenders the properties to uses to be specified in his will.

Presentment  M103  3 August 1725

Contents:
Presented that
I To this Court in his own person came RICHARD MORRIS of Dalston, Yeoman and customary tenant of the Manor as appears by the Court Rolls of June 1722 [M101] and surrendered all the one eighth part of a rood and a half... rear of the Capital messuage
II To the use of JOHN WARD of HACKNEY, esq and he is admitted tenant.

Presentment  M104  3 August 1725

Contents:
Presented that
I To this Court came Richard Morris and surrendered all his one eighth part of the Capital Messuage property, except the 1½ roods in M103
II To the use of KNOX WARD of HACKNEY, gent, and he is admitted, and surrenders the property to use, to be specified in his will.

Presentment  M105  17 April 1726

Contents:
Presented that
I i. EDITH LAMBERT of Colne St. Allan [i.e. ALDWYN see M106] Glos. widow and customary tenant of this Manor in her lifetime held ¼ part (the whole being divided into 4 equal parts) of a Capital messuage... (May 1683) and also ¼ part 18 acre pastures and afterwards surrendered in July 1688 [...] to use, to be specified in her will and by her last will and testament December A.D. [--] [bequeathed] to the use of:
ii. MARY TEMPLE, granddaughter, the sum of £5 a year to be paid out of the rents of the above to be paid by [the testator's] daughter MARY LEEK "and also I give the said Copyhold messuages to ANN STAVERTON my daughter [descending to] HENRY STAVERTON the son of ANN STAVERTON at her death and (iii) ANTHONY LAMBERT JNR., with a £5 annuity to JAMES LAMBERT" (brothers, grandsons of the testator)
II "Nevertheless, if RICHARD PINFOLD of QUENINTON, Glos. Clothier, my said grandson's father-in-law does not actually pay unto my said grandson ANTHONY LAMBERT the sum of £100 I make void this my bequest to Anthony Lambert", and bequeath the property to James Lambert
III and EDITH LAMBERT died and ANTHONY LAMBERT is admitted tenant to the 4th part, and surrenders it to use, to be specified in his will

Court Baron - Robt. Wright, Rector.  M106  28 April 1739

Contents:
Presented that
I ANTHONY LAMBERT late of COLNE ST. ALDWYNS, Yeoman, Copyhold tenant who held by Court Roll [no date] ¼ part (the whole being divided into 4 equal parts) [see M105] was admitted 17 April 1726
Surrendered the premises aforesaid to the use of his last will and testament
[Thereby] to the use of his wife Catherine Lambert
II Died
Whereupon John LAMBERT (son of Anthony) of St. Andrew, Holborn, citizen, armourer and brazier, appeared as attorney for CATHERINE [i.e. to be admitted for her]
And was admitted.
And she also surrendered to the use of her last will and testament

Presentment  M107  15 May 1740

Contents:
I Presented that RICHARD RYDER, late citizen and Skinner of London, held 5 undivided one eighth parts of the Capital messuage to which he was admitted at four Courts Baron (October 1706, April 1707, 13 April 1710, and August 1725) [M... ...] and by the Court Baron of August 1725 surrendered to the use of his last will - which he made 12 March 1732
1) "To my wife for her life, all my Hackney estates and my leasehold house at Hackney in which my late father dwelt
One half of the rents and profits to be paid to my son - Richard [III] the other half to be divided equally between my daughter MARY and my son LOMAX RYDER
And after my wife's death all is to go to LOMAX if LOMAX pays £300 to THOMAS [my son] within twelve months and £100 to CHARLOTTE, my daughter, within twelve months of my wife's death.
[Proved P.C.C. no date]
RICHARD RYDER died seized.
II Now at the humble petition dated May 1740 of the said ANN RYDER, widow, of St. Andrew, Holborn, by ROBERT RYDER her attorney
She was admitted 15 May 1740

Memorandum  M108  30 July 1743

Contents:
I Copy (examined and signed by Deputy Steward)
Memorandum that
CATHERINE LAMBERT of Colne St. Aldwyns, Glos. widow, Customary Tenant (by Court Roll 28 April 1739) by attorney JOHN LAMBERT of St. Andrew, Holborn, Citizen Armourer and Brazier of London (appointed 22 April 1739) surrendered ¼ part etc. [as M105]
II To the use of
EDWARD MANLOVE Citizen and Cooke of London, upon this condition: that if CATHERINE LAMBERT, her heirs etc. shall pay him £450 plus interest at 4½% by 30 January 1740
The surrender shall be void.

Presentment  M109  3 April 1749

Contents:
Presented that
I CATHERINE LAMBERT, widow, customary tenant who held by Court Roll (28 April 1739) ¼ part (the whole being divided into 4 equal parts [as M105] which premises are charged and chargeable with the payment of £450 with Interest at 4½% by virtue of a conditional surrender thereof dated 30 July 1743, by CATHERINE LAMBERT to the use of EDWARD MANLOVE Citizen and Cook of London
II CATHERINE LAMBERT died And because no-one came into Court (13 December 1748) to be admitted Tenant of the said premises and, therefore, the first Proclamations were made... but no-one came... Now to this Court come JOHN LAMBERT and ANTHONY LAMBERT sons of CATHERINE LAMBERT (Anthony Lambert sending John as his attorney, John in his own person) bringing the last will and testament (6 May 1747) which gave "all my estate in Hackney to my son Anthony and my son John in Trust for my two Executrixes EDITH ALLEN and ELIZABETH JENNER", and being also presented that by Court of 28 April 1739 CATHERINE LAMBERT had surrendered the premises to the use of her last will and testament... seisin is granted to the said JOHN and ANTHONY LAMBERT.

Presentment Copies (examined and signed by Deputy Steward)  M110-M111  23 April 1759

Contents:
Presented that
I JOHN WARD, Esq., late of Hackney held one eighth of 1½ roods of land in Churchfield, near to [Black and White House] by Court Roll of 3 August 1725 see M103
II Died without issue and without bequeathing the land.
III Before the Court came RALPH WARD [M110] of Cornhill, London, Gent. and THOMAS WARD [M111] of [omitted] (by RALPH WARD as attorney) grandsons [i.e. sons of KNOX WARD] and heirs at law of JOHN WARD, and are admitted to one moiety each of the one eighth part as aforesaid.

Copy (examined and signed by Dep. Steward)  M112  15 June 1759

Contents:
I RICHARD RYDER Citizen and Skinner of London held 5 x one eighth parts of the Capital Messuage [as M105] by four Courts Baron - 4 October 1706, 17 April 1707, 13 April 1710, 3 August 1725.
II At the Court Baron of 3 August 1725 surrendered the premises to the use of his last will and testament, by which he bequeathed the land [as M107] and
III Died and ANN RYDER widow of the said Richard Ryder was admitted out of Court on 15 May 1740 and
IV Died and LOMAX RYDER in consequence is admitted.

Copy  M113  15 June 1759

Contents:
As M112 except: LORDSHOLD - R. Ryder held
5 x one eighth parts-of 4 acres in Grashops Hook
-Of 1½ acres in Middle Shott (formerly in occupation of JANE CATCHER, Widow)
-Of 3 roods in Grashops Hook
-Of 1 rood in Paunchcroft
-Of 2 acres in Grashops Hook
By four Courts Baron - 4 October 1706, 18 April 1707, 14 April 1710, 22 April 1720.
The rest as M112. See M95

Copy  M114  8 February 1762

Contents:
Indenture between
I LOMAX RYDER Citizen and Skinner of London
ANTHONY LAMBERT of Colne St. Aldwins, Glos., Gent.
And RALPH WARD of Whitehall, Gent.
Parties of the first part
And JOHN LAMBERT Citizen, Armourer and Brazier of London
15 acres of pasture land known as Churchfield and 12½ acres of marsh land known as "Viners Heirs"
LEASE
III Lease from S. Michael the archangel for 21 years
IV For a yearly rent of £23.15.0. (to Lomax) Landlords to pay land tax, but no other taxes etc.
For a yearly rent of £9.10.0. to Anthony Lambert
For a yearly rent of £4.15.0. to Ralph Ward
= [One eighth parts: two eighth parts five eighth parts]

Court Baron ...  M115  April 1765

Contents:
Presented that
THOMAS WARD, customary tenant, by Court Roll 23 April 1759 surrenders to the Lord
½ of one eight part of 1½ roods of land in Churchfield to the use of Lomax Ryder of London, merchant
And Lomax Ryder is admitted and afterwards surrenders it to the use of his last will and testament.

Court Baron Presentment  M116  5 April 1765

Contents:
Presented that
I JOHN LAMBERT of Hackney, Brazier, who is also acting as attorney for ANTHONY LAMBERT of [Glos.] his brother, - sons and heirs of Catherine Lambert -
Surrenders
I ¼ part (the whole being divided into four equal parts) of a capital messuage and of the two cotts and two gardens etc. and pasture etc. to which they were admitted 3 April 1749 excludes the 18 acres closes [M109] to the use of LOMAX RYDER
III And Lomax Ryder is admitted and surrenders to his last will and testament.

Court Baron Presentment  M117  5 April 1765

Contents:
Presented that
I RALPH WARD, customary tenant, of 23 April 1759, -
II Surrenders ½ of one eighth of 1½ roods in Churchfield to the use of Lomax Ryder
III And Lomax is admitted and surrenders to uses to be specified in his will

Court Baron Presentment  M118  5 April 1765

Contents:
Presented that
RALPH WARD, customary tenant of 23 April 1759 surrenders ½ of one eighth part of the capital messuage etc. (excluding the 18 acre closes) to the use of Lomax Ryder.
L.R. admitted and surrenders to uses to be specified in his will [etc.]

Presentment  M119  5 April 1765

Contents:
Presented that
THOMAS WARD was admitted 13 April 1743 to ½ of 1/8 of the capital messuage etc. as M118
Surrenders to Lomax Ryder
And Lomax is admitted and surrenders to his last will and testament.

MEMORIAL  M120  26 May 1780

Contents:
I Be it remembered that LOMAX RYDER deceased, late of Hatton St., Middlesex, Esq., late customary tenant held all that capital messuage and also a piece of land... upon which said piece of land is erected three messuages or tenements in the occupation of
-- JOHNSON, gardener,
JOHN HORSPOOL, mason,
JOHN HORSPOOL, whitesmith
And [etc.] in Churchfield
II To which said premises Lomax Ryder was admitted 15 June 1759 and 5 April 1765 and on which premises hath been lately built one other messuage or tenement now in the occupation of Nathaniel GORDON.
III Now be it remembered that on the 26 May 1780 out of Court came THOMAS RYDER brother and heir at law of Lomax Ryder and was admitted.
N.B. The said Thomas Ryder surrendered the same to the use of his will.
(One capital messuage with grounds, outbuildings and appertenances in Church Street, near the brook.
Two cottages and grounds on the east and south of the messuage
8 perches of land on the east part of the brook, between the brick wall of the messuage [sic], whereon are now three messuages
1a ½r 9p of pasture, sometime part of aycesford alias Church Field, behind the messuage and garden east, and the closes of pasture south)

Presentment  M121  4 April 1791

Contents:
Special Court Baron of Richard Benyon Esq. and Peter Beauvoir, clerk, held at the house of John Jackson known by the Sign of the Bells in Church Street.
Steward: HAWKINS WALL, Gent.
Presented that
I MARY RYDER, widow, of Reading, customary tenant by Court Rolls of 26 May 1780 represented by Richard Dann of Hackney, Gent, surrendered to the Lords of the Manor
5/8 parts, (the whole divided into 8 parts) in Churchfield
Containing 6 acres 1 rood 4 perches in the occupation of RICHARD DAVIS, Cornchandler and also 1 rood 21 perches now in the occupation of WILLIAM AMOR, butcher, to the use of THOMAS RYDER of Lincolns Inn, Esq. to which Thomas Ryder by his attorney Richard Dann is admitted during the life of the said Mary Ryder.

Records of LORDSHOLD  [no ref. or date]

Court. Baron.  M122  26 MAY 1683

Contents:
Nicholas Cary and Thomas Cooke, Lords of the Manor, Citizen(s) and Goldsmith(s) of London: at [Lower] Homerton.
Presented that
I. Sir Thomas VYNER [mil et bar.] citizen of London and formerly customary tenant of the Manor in his life time held all:
Those 2 closes of pasture meadow or marsh called PIGSBURY and the ROUND MEADOW containing by est 15 acres more or less and also 4 acres more or less of pasture meadow or marsh in GRASHOPS HOOKE and also 1½ acres in MIDDLESHOTT near Grasshops Hook, ? formerly in the possession of JANE CATCHER, widow in Hackney Marsh
And also
3 roods... in GRASHOPS HOOKE
And 1 rood... in PANCHROFT in Hackney Marsh
And also
1 messuage tenement in HUMBERTON STREET
And 2 acres of land or marsh in GRASHOPS HOOKE
II Surrendered [all of the above] by Sr. Thomas Player Kt. by Court Roll of 29 July 1662
And he [Vyner] surrendered the same to his last will and testament made in 1664 and died.
The terms of the Will were:
All my property in HACKNEY which I purchased of the executors of Wm. HOBSON ESQ. unto my Sd Son Sr. GEO. VYNER for life and afterwards to George's son Thomas Vyner (II) for his life and afterwards to his heirs male or his heirs ? testators Thomas Vyner disp.
III And also the said Geo. Vyner his brother died
And the infant Thomas Vyner George's son was admitted 8 Dec. 1673
And on 23 Apl.[1683]
IV The sd THOMAS VYNER infant Bart died
And that EDITH wife of ANTHONY LAMBERT of [Glos] gent
And ELIZ. wife of Giles TOMBS of Bourton, Glos., gent.
And ELIZ. MARCHANT of Ablington, Glos. wid.
Are three co-heiresses of the aforesd THOS. VYNER, infant, Bart, deceased. EDITH LAMBERT
And ELIZ TOMBS are the two daughters of Edith HIGGS
And ELIZ. MARCHANT d. and sole heir of Joane SMYTHER which Edith Higgs
And Joane SMYTHER were sisters of Sir Thos. Vyner.
V And to the Court came
EDITH LAMBERT
And ELIZ. TOMBS in person
And ELIZ. MARCHANT by her son and attorney Richd MARCHANT
The first two having [between them] one half and ELIZ. MARCHANT
The other half.
And were admitted.

Court Leet and Court Baron Thos. Cooke, Lord, at Homerton [Upper].  M123  21 APRIL 1693

Contents:
Presented that
I That ELIZ. MARCHANT late of Ablington, widow, and formerly tenant of this Manor having willed in her life time one full half... ...
[As M122 except Homerton Street tenement and its 2 acres] (tenants [as M122]) by Ct. Rolls 26 May 1683 and died so seized.
And Wm. MARCHANT of Ablington, gent.
Richd MARCHANT citizen and goldsmith of London
Thos. MARCHANT of Bourton-on-the-Water, Glos. Yeoman.
Saml. MARCHANT of London watchmaker
Are her four sons and heirs
II Richard and Samuel came for themselves, and Samuel for the others to be admitted and are admitted.

Court Leet and Court Baron. Thos. Cooke, Lord.  M124  13 APRIL 1694

Contents:
Presented that
I ELIZ. late wife of Giles TOMBS of Bourton-on-the-Water, gent, in her life held ¼ pt [as M122 except Homerton St. tenement and its 2 acres]... died
And that JAMES TOMBS (II) infant, 5 years s. of Bartholomew TOMBS (deceased son of Eliz) and her other son James (I) of Bourton-on-the-Water, gent. are co. heirs of Elizabeth.
II MARGARET TOMBS, wid. (mother of James II) came to Court for her son and also for the aforesaid James TOMBS (I) gent. and they were admitted.
[P.S. - "and after attaining full years James (II) paid his fine"].

Presentment  M125  29 Oct. 1706

Contents:
Presented that
I WILLIAM MARCHANT late of Ablington, Glos. gent, and customary tenant by Ct. Rolls of 21 Apl. 1693 held ¼ pt of ½, the whole being divided into 8 pts, of 2 closes of pasture... called PIGSBURY and the ROUND MEADOW etc. (as M123).
II Also presented that ELIZ MARCHANT widow, mother of the aforesaid Wm. MARCHANT, in her life held one half of 2 acres in GRASHOPPES HOOKE by Ct. Roll of 26 May 1683 [M122] and died so seized and that Saml, Thos., Richd and Wm. Marchant were her sons and co-heirs.
III And the aforesaid Wm. Marchant died and ELIZABETH SMALL wife of JOSEPH SMALL of Minchen Hampton, Glos, pannier [basket maker?] is the daughter next heir of Wm. Marchant. And to the Ct came the aforesaid ELIZ SMALL by her husband JOSEPH SMALL and was admitted.

Memorandum  M126  Feb. 1706

Contents:
That SAML. MARCHANT of LONDON, Clockmaker, customary tenant (Ct Rolls 21 Apl. 1693) [see m125] has surrendered into the hands of the Lord ¼th part of ½ of the four acres in Grasshops Hooke, 1½ acres in Middle Shot, Brooks in Grasshops Hooke and 1 rood in Pauncroft to the use of Richard Ryder junior, infant, of 16 yrs or thereabouts, son of Richd Ryder Senr. of Hackney, citizen and skinner.

Presentment  M127  4 Oct. 1706

Contents:
Presented that
I THOMAS MARCHANT late of BOURTON... yeoman and customary tenant, by Ct Roll 21 Apl 1693 [M123] held
1/8 pt the whole, being divided... of 2 closes etc as M122 and died so seized.
And that THOS. MARCHANT of Westminster, wine cooper
ii Son of THOS. MARCHANT Senior
And that ELIZ MARCHANT formerly customary tenant (ct. Rolls 26 May 1683) held:
½ of 2 acres of dose in GRASHOPPES HOOK (see M122)
And d. so seized
iii And that Wm. MARCHANT
[etc.]
Are her 4 sons and heirs
I And that THOS MARCHANT(II) of Westminster, son and heir... of THOS(I) comes to the Court and is admitted
II And to the Ct. comes THOS. MARCHANT(II) and Surrenders to the Lord all the above property to the use of RICHd RYDER jun. (Richard Ryder senior is appointed guardian)
(Richard Ryder Jnr. becomes of age and is admitted).
And copy:
Presented that
THOMAS MARCHANT (I)... by Ct. Roll 21 Apl 1693 [m123] held
1/8 pt (as above)
And d. so seized
And that Thos. MARCHANT II [etc.]

Presentments  M128  18 Apl. 1707

Contents:
Presented that
I Joseph SMALL of Minchen Hampton and Elizabeth his wife customary tenant by Ct. Roll 29 Oct. 1706 [M125]
Held ¼ of ½, the whole being divided ...
Of (i) PIGSBURY [etc.]
And also (ii) 1/8 pt. of 2 acres etc. [M125 and M122 refer]
II Surrendered to the use of Richd Ryder jnr. and he was admitted
III Presented that
ELIZ. MARCHANT widow held
½ of the sd 2 acres in GRASHOPPES... 1683 [M122] and d. so seized and that the four sons [etc.]
[And Samuel is admitted]
IV Presented that
To the Ct. came the sd SAMUEL... and surrenders the ¼th pt of ½ of the 2 acres in Grashopps Hook to the use of Richd. Ryder jnr. ...
And Presented that
V On the 20th Feb [1707] Saml Marchant surrendered 1/8 of [the ] 4 acres in GRASHOPPES HOOK etc. to Richd. Ryder jnr. See M126
(Richard snr. is appointed guardian)

Presentment  M129  14 Apl. 1710

Contents:
Presented that
I Out of Ct. i.e. on 17 Sept. 1709 James TOMBS of Barking son of BARTH TOMBS, one of the s. of ELIZ TOMBS, formerly wife of Giles TOMBS, surrendered into the hand of the Lord to the use of Richard Ryder (held 1/8 pt.... of 2 closes... PIGSBURY and ROUND MEADOW ...)
II Also Presented that
On the 18 Apl 1696 James TOMBS [II], infant s. and heir of JAMES TOMBS[sic? formerly or late of LONDON, goldsmith, and before that of BOURTON-ON-WATER Glos, was admitted to ½ of ¼ pt of... JANE CATCHER
And that James TOMBS [II?] died seized
And that MARTHA FISHER widow [M99]
MARIA w. of Robt. DUNNE
[etc.]
Are admitted
III To this Court came MARTHA FISHER and surrendered 1/3 pt. of 1/8th pt. to the use of RICHd. RYDER jnr.
(Richard comes of age and is admitted)

Ct. Leet & Baron - Rachel Tyssen  M130  22 Apl 1720

Contents:
Presented that
I Out of Ct. i.e. on 3 June 1714 ROBERT DONNE of London, haberdasher, and Maria his wife customary tenants as appears Ct Roll 14 Apl.1710 - [M129] surrendered
1/3 part of 1/8th pt of 4 acres of pasture... in [as M126] GRASHOPPES etc and of the 2 acres in Grasshoppes Hock to the use of RICHARD RYDER jnr.
II Also presented
That our of Ct. on 27 May 1715 NEVILLE HUGGINS of London, tobacconist, and MARTHA his wife and the aforesd Robt. DUNNE and MARIA his wife, Martha and Maria being customary tenants, - Ct. Roll 21 Apl [1715] - surrendered
1/3 part of 1/8th of the above premises to the use of RICHARD RYDER, who is admitted to both third parts of 1/8 of the premises

Ct. Leet & Baron - Rachel Tyssen.  M131  30 March 1722

Contents:
Presented that
RICHARD MARCHANT late citizen and goldsmith of London who in his life held ¼ of ½ of 4 acres of pasture meadow in MIDDLESHOTT, 3 roods in G.H. and 1 rood in Paunchcroft (Ct. Rolls 21 Apl 1693) died so siezed and that WILLIAM MARCHANT of Westminster gent. son and heir of the aforesaid RICHARD... was admitted
And afterwards presented that
WILLIAM MARCHANT surrendered the premises as above to the use of RICHd. MORRIS of Dalston and Margaret his wife, for life and then of R.M's heirs and RICHd. MORRIS and MARGARET were admitted.

Ct. Baron - Rachel Tyssen at the Coach & Horses Homerton.  M132  3 Aug. 1725

Contents:
I Presented that
To the Court came RICHd. RYDER jnr, citizen and skinner of London, customary tenant,... and surrendered all and singular and his messuages, tenements... as appears by Ct. Rolls [no dates] to the use of his last will and testament.

Ct. Baron - Francis John Tyssen.  M133  15 May 1740

Contents:
Presented that
RICHARD RYDER, citizen and skinner of London, customary tenant, by Ct. Rolls dated 4 Oct. 1706, 18 Apl. 1707, 14 Apl. 1710, 22 Apl. 1720 5/8 of all those 4 acres [etc.] the property in M130 and that by Ct. Roll 1725 [M132] the said Richard Ryder surrendered the premises to the use of his last will and testament and by his last will and testament dated 12 March 1732... [etc.] (as M107 mutatis mutandis) (admission of Ann Ryder.)

Ct. Baron  M134  28 March 1706

Contents:
Presented that
On the 30 Oct. o.s. [1706] the customary tenant of the Manor proceeded to the waste.
[Description of the boundaries of Richard Ryder's and roughly 100' x 24']
Permission for RR to set up fences on the waste ground in front of his (freehold) houseshear the Church style in Upper Homerton
Names of customary tenants:
Richard Townsend; Daniel Stacy and Daniel Stacy jnr., James Hutton; Thomas Perkins Robert Aldwinkle; John Southern; Edmund West [?] and Thomas King. Also ref. to Mr. Walle's house.

Ct. Baron  M135  6 Apl 1711

Contents:
Presented that
I On the 9th May 1710 the customary tenants of the Manor proceeded... to view the [property] in the Marsh formerly belonging to Sir. Thomas Vyner.
II They staked out on [17 May 1710]
i In PAUNCH CROFT 3 roods adjoining: West on Paunchcroft Ditch East on lands of Hackney Poor.
ii ½ acre adjoining: East on lands of Francis Tyssen Esq. West of Cold[?] Cash
iii 1 rood adjoining: West on the Glebe lands and East on Wm. Parker, Esq.
iv In the Middleshott at WICK CAUSEWAY:
1½ acres of headland adjoining: S. on Benjamin WATTS N. on several persons lands.
v In Egine Piece 2 acres and 3 roods adjoining: East on Cold Hussey and West on Wm. Parker, Esq.
vi In the Common Marsh
4 acres: S. on lands of John HARCOURT and N. of the said Francis Tyssen, Esq.
vii 1 rood adjoining S. on lands of the said JOHN HARCOURT and N. of the said COLD CASH.
viii 4 acres adjoining N. on the River LEE at NO MANS FRIEND and S. on the Poor of Hackney.
Names of customary tenants as for M134 except Luke Townsend vice Richd and Benjamin WATTS
Two Stacy's and James HUTTON (6 in all).

Presentment  M136  5 April 1765

Contents:
Presented that
I Comes Ralph WARD customary tenant and surrenders ½ of 1/8 of 4 acres in GRASHOPPES HOOKE and 1 acre in Middle Shot (forming of Jane Catcher) (admitted 12 Apl. 1743)
To the use of LOMAX RYDER of the City of London Esq.
II And LOMAX RYDER is admitted and... surrenders to the use of his last will and testament.

Presentment  M137  5 April 1765

Contents:
I THOMAS WARD etc. as M136

Presentment  M138  26 May 1780

Contents:
Whereas
I LOMAX RYDER late of Hatton St. Esq. deceased
Held 5/8 pts of 4 acres in GRASHOPPES HOOKE., 1½ acres in Middle Shott, 3 roods in Grasshops Hock, and 1 rood in Paunchcroft and 2 acres in G.H. to which he was admitted 15 June 1759
And also
½ of 1/8 pt of 4 acres in G.H. and 1 acre in M.S on 5 Apl 1765 and the surrender of Ralph Ward [M136]
And also
½ of 1/8 pt of 4 acres... and the surrender of THOMAS WARD [M137] and died so seized
II Proclamations were made for his heirs to come but no one came
NOW BE IT REMEMBERED
That out of Court on 26 May 1780 came THOMAS RYDER of Lincolns Inn, Esq., brother and heir to LOMAX RYDER and is admitted.
(Surrendered in the use of his will)

Ct. Baron - Wm. George Daniel TYSSEN; -at the Mermaid; Thos, TEBUTT - Steward.  M139  19 Jan 1815

Contents:
Presented that
I THOMAS RYDER late customary tenant [etc.] (Ct. Roll 26 May 1780) [M138]
Held 5/8 pts of 4 acres GRASHOPPES etc. all the property in [M138]
And is since dead
Leaving the Rt. Honble DUDLEY [RYDER], Earl of HARROWBY
The Rt. Honble. Richard RYDER
And the Hon. & Very Revd. HENRY RYDER
His two cousins and heirs at law him surviving.
II NOW at this Ct. came the Sd DUDLEY, RICHd & HENRY
By Richd DANN, gent, their attorney
And they wished to be admitted tenants upon the trust contained in a certain indenture 3 Aug 1813 between the Sd DUDLEY and RICHd RYDER and in a deed polldated 19 Aug 1814 of the three co-heirs and were admitted.

Deeds relating to land in Hackney conveyed by the Ryder and Yellowly families.  [no ref. or date]

RELEASE (lease missing); INDENTURE  M140  26 Apl 1707

Contents:
I JOSEPH SMALL of Bibery, Glos. Clothier and ELIZ. his wife, the which ELIZ is daughter and heir of Wm. MARCHANT, gent, son of ELIZ. MARCHANT late of Ablington, wid. [etc.]
And of the other part
II RICHARD RYDER citizen and skinner of London.
III For a consideration of £290, granting, bargaining, etc.
IV Property: 1/5th part of ½ pt of All that messuage or tenant and one close of meadow of 2 acres more or less between TAYLER'S LANE alias MOURNING LANE on the south and [Hackney Brook] in the occn. of SAML WETHERHEAD. Freehold
Also for the purchase of ¼ of ½ pt of all their copyhold property in Hackney in possession of the Sd JOSEPH & ELIZ.
Description of property
V To have and to hold
The Sd parts to be granted unto the said RICHARD RYDER... for ever.
VI Signed [etc.] John Marsh witness.

LEASE for a year  M141(a)  31 Oct. 1709

Contents:
JAMES TOMBS of BARKING, ESSEX, mealman, son of Bartholomew, late citizen and upholder of London who was the son [etc.]
RICHARD RYDER [etc.]
(Lease for one year)
III 1/8th of his messuages lands between MOREDOWN (alias MOURNING) LANE on the South and [HACKNEY BROOK]
Signed [etc.]
Witness JOHN MARSH, JOHN COLLINS Jnr.
ROBT. HARLE [clerk to Mr. Marsh]

RELEASE  M141(b)  1 Nov. 1709

Contents:
I/II James TOMBS to Richd. RYDER
[As M141]
I As well for and in considern of £260 for the purchase of 1/8 part of the property in M140 (Morning Lane) as also for one full 1/8 pt. in his copyhold properties in Hackney
Doth grant, bargain and sale [etc.]
And by force of the Statute for transferring the uses into possession ...
[MORNING LANE etc.]

Lease for 1 year  M142(a)  21 July 1710

Contents:
I MARTHA FISHER of S. Michaels, Cornhill, widow, daughter and co-heir of JAMES TOMBS, citizen and goldsmith of London.
II RICHARD RYDER
III For the consideration of five shillings
1/3 of 1/8 pt.... [MORNING LANE property as in M140 and 1/3 of 1/8 pt of all her copyhold property in Hackney
IV To have and to hold
Witnesses Wm. GREGG
Robt. HARLE clerk to Mr. Marsh.

RELEASE  M142(b)  22 July 1710

Contents:
I/II MARTHA FISHER to Richd. RYDER
1/3 of 1/8 pt. [etc.]
III For £49.15.0.
[etc.]

Lease for 1 year  M143(a)  31 May 1714

Contents:
I NEVILLE HUGGINS of S. Botolphs, Aldersgate, grocer
And MARTHA, his wife,
And ROBERT DUNNE of S. Albans, Wood St. threadman
And MARY his wife. Sisters and heirs of James Tombs
II And RICHARD RYDER the younger, citizen and skinner
III For 5/-
IV 1/3 of 1/8 pt of... [MORNING LANE property]
Witnesses DUDLEY RYDER and Wm. CLUTTERBUCK

Release to RICHARD RYDER for £4 of the property in [M145]  M143(b)  1 June 1714

Contents:
Witnesses RYDER and CLUTTERBUCK

Two Memoranda [by Samuel Smith ?] relating the descent of the Vyner Lands and property, with a transcript. Originals d.1710.  M144  [n.d.]

INDENTURE OF LEASE for one year  M145(a)  15 July 1717

Contents:
Between
JOSEPH SMALL of Ablington, Esq.
II RICHARD RYDER Senr. citizen and skinner
Consideration 5/-
Joseph Small purchased of Wm. Midwinter and Eliz. his wife and of Richard Birdett and Sarah his wife being 2 x 1/60 pts. of the freehold property in Hackney formerly of Sr. Geo. Vyner, deceased and now in the occ. of DIXON.
Witnesses Thos. Small
Francis Hawe
Dudley Ryder

RELEASE [as above]; for £5.7.6.  M145(b)  [n.d.]

LEASE for 1 year  M146(a)  19 Feb. 1706

Contents:
Between
I SAML. MARCHANT, watchmaker, son of Eliz. M. dec.
II RICHARD RYDER
III 5/-
IV 1/5th pt of ½ of the [MOURNING LANE etc.]
V Witnesses: Dudley Ryder
Leo [?] Thomson

RELEASE  M146(b)  20 Feb., 1706

Contents:
I As above
II In purchase of 1/5th of ½ of the Mourning Lane property and ¼ of ½ of his copyhold Hackney properties, formerly in the occ. of Saml. Wetherhead.
£205. 7. 6d.
[Witnesses as above].

BARGAIN AND SALE for 1 year  M147  7 Oct. 1706

Contents:
Between
I THOS. MARCHANT, winecooper, of S. James, Westminster, son and heir of THOS MARCHANT of [etc.]
II RICHd. RYDER
III 5/-
IV 1/5th pt. of ½ of the... [MOURNING LANE, etc.]
V J. Pilkington
John Ellison clerk to Mr. John Marsh [etc.]

LEASE for 1 year  M148  25 April 1707

Contents:
I JOSEPH SMALL of Bibery, Glos. clothier and Eliz. his wife [gives descent]
II RICHARD RYDER, citizen and skinner
III 5/-
IV 1/5 of ½ of the [MOURNING LANE etc.]
V Witnesses: John Marsh [Solicitor]
John Vannam

RELEASE  M149  10 June 1726

Contents:
I Anthony LAMBERT, Colne St.Aldwins, Glos. gent.
II Thomas YELLOLY of S.Giles [without ?] Mdx. Saddler.
III £48
IV Two equal pts, the whole dividend into 8 equal parts [being] a certain undivided close or field called HAZEY'S Field in the occn. of one HAZEY, a butcher, and others adjoining S. on MOURNING LANE and lying eastward behind and adjoining the garden wall of certain houses of and belonging to Wm. YELLOLY, gent.
V (1) THOMAS LONGDEN
(2) JAMES COVE [?] Clerks to Mr. Ready
ALEX. PREADY
Note: 149(a) was missing on receipt. XML55

Counterpart of Lease  M150  7 June 1793

Contents:
Between
I THOMAS RYDER of Lincolns Inn, Esq., and
MARY RYDER of Reading, widow.
II RICHARD DAVIS of Hackney, cornchandler.
III Marshland lately held by THOMAS STEVENS [being] 12½ acres in Hackney Marsh 21 years @ £18 p.a.
Samuel HALL
Eliz. HALL

Lease for 1 year  M151(a)  13 June 1722

Contents:
I Wm. MARCHANT of Westminster, gent.
II Richd. MORRIS of Hackney, yeoman.
III 5/-
IV 1/10th pt of 13 acres in Hackney Marsh, Egney and Paunchcroft: 1½ acres in Hackney Marsh nr. the Wick Causeway; 3 acres near Grashoppes Hooke or Middleshott in Hackney Marsh, and 2 acres and 3 roods in two several parcels in Egney Mead and ½ acre and 3 roods in Paunchcroft and 4 acres in the Common Marsh of Hackney and that mess. or tenement called MOREDOWN [i.e. Morning] with the appurtenances and a close of medow adjoining of 2½ acres which messuage and close pasture were in the occupation of JOHN JAMES and lie between TAYLER'S LANE and HACKNEY BROOK and about east on the lands sometime of George Senniffe.
And the lands formerly of WILLIAM SOWTH on the West.
Peppercorn Rent
IV Ed Green
Den[?] Hamond
Dalley Pope Clerk to Mr. Hamond.

RELEASE  M151(bi)  14 June 1722

BOND  M151(bii)  14 June 1722

BARGAIN & SALE for 1 yr  M152(a)  29 July 1725

Contents:
I RICHARD MORRIS of DALSTON, yeoman.
To
II KNOX WARD of HACKNEY, Esq.
III 5/-
IV 1/10th pt of the 13 acres as [M151]
V Witnesses: Den. Hamond
Branson Oulson(?)

RELEASE  M152(b)  30 July 1725

Contents:
As above
[Recites earlier indentures]
£350 absolute purchase.

BARGAIN & SALE for 1 year  M153(a)  27 March 1765

Contents:
1 RALPH WARD of Corbetts Tay, nr. HORNCHURCH, Essex, eldest s. and heir-at-law of Knox Ward
II To LOMAX RYDER of London, merchant
III 5/-
IV 1/10th pt of 13 acres [as m151] - now in the occupation of JOHN LAMBERT2 acres of pasture land on the S. side of the Charity School in the occupation of Wm. TRULOCK, butcher and another piece ½ acre near the last mentioned piece now in the occupation of Wm. SEARLE and four several tenements in Hackney in the occupation of THOMAS HUCKFIELD, Wm. COX, JOHN PAGE and GEO. BULWORTHY and a building now a blacksmiths shop in the occupation of Wm. CUMBERLAND [the tenement-meadow formerly called MOREDOWN has been converted?] [etc.] and about on the lands sometime of JOHN SENNIFFE and the lands of Wm. SOUTH on the West.
Robt. BOWRING
Thos. GREIVE

RELEASE  M153(b)  28 March 1765

Contents:
As above except first party [I] RALPH WARD and THOMAS WARD.
£198
Witnesses Robert BOWRING
Thomas GRIEVE

FINE  M154  April 26? 1765

Contents:
Both indentures
2 copies ["from Easter Day" - April 7 "in 15 days"]
LOMAX HYDER, [...] petent petens? querent, and RALPH WARD and ANN his wife, deforciants
1/10th part of 9 messuages, 9 gardens, 9 orchards, 13 acres of marsh and 3 acres of pasture to LOMAX RYDER for £60 sterling.

LEASE for 1 yr  M155  9 June 1726

Contents:
For release see M149
I Anthony LAMBERT of Coln St. Alwyns, Glos., Gent.
To
II Thomas YELLOLY of S. Giles without Cripplegate, Saddler.
III 5/-
IV 2 = parts (the whole / into 8 = parts) in Hazey(s Field... [as M149b]
V Witnesses: Alex PREADY adjoining South to Morning Lane on east to wall of gdn of tenents of (ii)
James COVE
Thomas LONGDEN

DECLARATION OF TRUST  M156  8 July 1726

Contents:
I Thomas YELLOLY of St.Giles without Cripplegate, Sadler.
II Recites indentures of Lease and Release dated 9 and 10 June 1726 between Anthony LAMBERT and Thomas YELLOLY [i.e. M149(b) - (a) is M155
And
III Declares that his name was used only in trust for William YELLOLY of Stoke Newington, Gent.
IV Witnesses: Cha. GOODMAN
Hen. NURSE [his Clerk]

LEASE for 1 yr.  M157(a)  17 June 1729

Contents:
I Anthony LAMBERT of Coln St.Alwins, Glos., Gent.
To
II William YELLOLY of Hackney, Gent.
III 5/-
IV 2 equal parts (the whole divided into 8 equal parts) of seven messuages in part of Hazey's Field... three of which are in the occupation of William WESTON, and Roger RUTHERFORD and Thomas ANTWEEZELL [ENTWHISTLE?] his undertenants, and the other four in the occupation of William HAZEY, Joseph KITCHEN, William PETERS and Joseph INGLETON; abutting North upon Hackney Brook, and South upon Hazey's Field (in the occupation of John HAZEY, Butcher) and the house of William YELLOLY, and West upon Church Street. [East Boundary not defined].
Witnesses: Tho. DOWSE
Charles PIGEON
Endorsed - "memorial registered 19 June 1729"

RELEASE  M157(b)  18 June 1729

Contents:
As above
£22.10d.
Witnesses and endorsement as M157(a).

LEASE for 1 year  M158(a)  20 Feb. 1765

Contents:
I Anthony LAMBERT of Colne St.Aldwyns, Glos., Gent. and John LAMBERT of Hackney, Brazier.
II Lomax RYDER of London, Merchant.
III 5/-
IV ¼ part (the whole divided into four equal parts), formerly belonging to Catherine LAMBERT, of 12½ acres of Viner's heires,
i.e. - 1½ acres... nr. Wick Causeway
-3 acres... nr. Greshopps Hook or Middle Shott.
-2 acres 3 roods in Egney Mead.
-½ acre 3 roods in Paunchcroft.
-4 acres in Hackney Marsh now in occupation of John LAMBERT
-1 tenement in Moordown Lane or Mourning Lane in occupation of Thomas HINKFIELD
-½ acre in the same lane in occupation of Giles SERLE
-1 tenement and garden near the aforesaid lane in the occupation of William COX Gardener.
V Witnesses: Samuel ALLEN
Henry BLANDFORD
Robert B. FREEMAN
Robert BOWRING
Thomas GREIVE

RELEASE CONVEYANCE of Freehold; Lands and COVENANT to surrender Copyhold lands.  M158(b)  21 Feb. 1765

Contents:
GRUMBOLDS?
I Anthony and John LAMBERT... of the first part... [as 158(a)] but "sons and also devisees of... Katherine LAMBERT... in trust for Edith ALLEN wife of John ALLEN of Colne St.Aldwyns, Gent. and
II Elizabeth JENNER wife of William JENNER of Marston, Wilts. Yeoman" of the second part, to
III Lomax RYDER of the third part. [Katherine LAMBERT'S property in Grumbolds bequeathed by her will of 6 May 1747]
The property in M158a
£700
Also I and II agree to surrender to the use of III (copyhold): ¼ part (the whole divided into 4 equal parts) of the Capital Messuage, late belonging to Catherine LAMBERT now used as a School House, in Church Street, in the occupation of Mary ROBERTS, Spinster; also of the Stables and Buildings adjoining, late in the occupation of James MORRISON and now of John STEVENS; also a piece of land on the North side of the Brook with divers sheds and buildings used as a collar maker's shop and carpenter's shop with carpenter's yard adjoining, in the occupation of John HOWARD and Robert CHALKLEY; also a messuage in Church Field late in the occupation of William VAUGHAN but now of - MANDSLEY Cheesemonger; also a piece of land with tenement next to the Church Yard, lately converted into two tenements, in the occupation of Richard DEVIS Apothecary; also a tenement messuage [sic] in the Church Yard, late in the occupation of James POWELL but now of the Widow GREGORY; also of the closes of land known as Church Field and Alisford containing by estimation 18 acres, in the occupation of John LAMBERT.
Witnesses as M158(a).

LEASE for 1 year.  M159(a)  7 April 1774

Contents:
I Rev. William RUGGE, Fellow of All Souls, Oxford.
To
II Lomax RYDER of Hatton Garden, Esq.
III 5/-
IV Two 1/8 parts (the whole divided into 8 equal parts) of Hazey's Field, formerly in the occupation of - HAZEY, Butcher and others, now of - TRULACK, Butcher, adjoining Mourning Lane on South and houses formerly belonging to William Yelloly, Gent. on East also of seven tenements built on part of Hazey's Field, 3 of which were formerly in the occupation of William WESTON, Roger RUTHERFORD and Thomas ANTWEEZELL, and now of Isaac DAVENPORT, John NEWTON and Robert COLLINS; the other four formerly in the occupation of William HAZEY, Joseph KITCHEN, William PETERS and Joseph INGLETON, and now of William COUNCELL, all of which said messuages abut North on Hackney Brook, South on Hazey's Field and house and garden formerly of William YELLOLY, West on Church Street.
V Witnesses: A. SPRY
John ACTON.

Lease for 1 year  M159(b)  7 April 1774

Contents:
As M159(a) except further recites
2x1/8 of the the freehold [premises] hereinafter described, and "certain Copyhold Tenement... on the 23rd Sept. last put up to sale by Public Auction at Garraway's Coffeee-house in Exchange Alley, London, when the said Lomax RYDER was declared the best Bidder for and purchaser of the same at and for the price or sum of £285."
+ extra witness:
Robert PITCHES

KINGSHOLD; Admissions - Surrenders  [no ref. or date]

Francis Tyssen. Church Street. Edward Northey.  M160  1707 - 1815; 17 April 1707

Contents:
Presented that the Lord granted to
Elizabeth wife of Joseph SMALL of Minchenhampton, Glos. [pannif-.: clothmaker or baker?]
Samuel MARCHANT of Barking, Essex, Gent.
Thomas MARCHANT of Westminster, Winecooper.
Three 1/8 parts (the whole divided into 8 equal parts) of a close of pasture in Church Street next to the brook with the tenement erected there in the occupation of John KING and William HASEY (to which premises George VINER Mil. and Bart. deceased was admitted by special Court Baron 7 Jan. 1667.)
III Now at this Court they are admitted tenants
Also that afterwards to this Court
I Came in their own persons Joseph and Elizabeth SMALL, Samuel MARCHANT and Thomas MARCHANT and surrendered the premises
II To the use of Richard RYDER Junior, infant of 16 years, son of Richard RYDER Senior of Hackney, Citizen and Skinner of London.
III And Richard RYDER Junior is admitted
IV Guardian: his father Richard SENIOR until he reaches full age of 21 years.

Francis Tyssen. Church Street. Edward Northey.  M161  13 April 1710

Contents:
Presented that the Lord granted to
I Richard RYDER Junior infant of 19 years, son of -- etc.
II 1/8 part (the whole divided into 8 equal parts) of a close of pastureland in Church Street also of two tenements erected there in the occupation of John KING and William HEASY; formerly held by James TOMBS of Barking, Mealman, son of Bartholomew TOMBS, son of Elizabeth late wife of Giles TOMBS of Bourton on the Water, Glos.; and previous to that by Robert VINER (admitted 7 Jan. 1667).
And.
III Richard RYDER is admitted
Also presented that the Lord granted to
I Martha FISHER, Widow, of London
Maria, wife of Robert DUNN of London, Haberdasher
Anne, wife of John MEER of London, Tailor
(By the aforesaid John, her husband and attorney) the three sisters and co-Bheirs of James TOMBS late of London
[Navit?] son of James TOMBS who was the other son of Elizabeth late wife of Giles TOMBS
II Another 1/8 part [as above]
Also presented that
Martha FISHER surrendered her 1/3 of 1/8 part to the use of Richard RYDER Junior who is admitted Richard RYDER Senior guardian until he reaches full age of 21 years.

Francis John Tyssen; Green Man, Church St. Richard Nicholas (by Dep. John Greene)  M162  15 May 1740

Contents:
Whereas
I Richard RYDER late Citizen and Skinner of London in his lifetime held
II Three 1/8 parts (the whole divided into 8 equal parts) of one Close of pastureland in Church Street near the Brook together with the two tenements erected there late in the occupation of John KING and William HEASEY [HAZEY?] (to which Richard RYDER was admitted 17 April 1707)
And
One 1/8 part (the whole divided into 8 equal parts) of [the same]
One 1/3 of 1/8 part (the whole divided into 8 equal parts) of [the same]
(Admitted 13 April 1710)
And
One 1/3 of 1/8 part [as above but after "John KING and William HEASEY" reads "but afterwards of - IRELAND and William HEASY"
(Surrendered to the use of Richard RYDER by Robert DONNE, Citizen and Haberdasher of London and Mary his wife 3 June 1714).
And
III Whereas on 3 August 1725 Richard RYDER surrendered the said premises to the use of his last will and testament
IV And by his last will and testament bequeathed them to his widow in trust for his children
V Now the widow, Ann RYDER of St. Andrew, Holborn (by Robert RYDER of Grays Inn, Gent, her attorney) seeks and is granted admission.

Francis John Tyssen Garraway's Coffee House.  M163  15 June 1759

Contents:
I Whereas [recites M162]
II And "since the last Generall Court the said Ann RYDER hath departed this life leaving her said Son Lomax RYDER her surviving"
III Lomax RYDER seeks and is granted admission according to the terms of the will.

Francis John Tyssen; The Cock; Church Street; Thomas Wall  M164  11 April 1774

Contents:
I Rev. William RUGGE asks to be admitted
II To "All that piece or parcel of land or ground adjoining to the Bridge called Westons Bridge within this Manor containing 16 ft. and an half or thereabouts in breadth at one end thereof and 13 ft. or thereabouts in breadth at the other end thereof and fifty feet or thereabouts in length"... formerly waste ground "some time since inclosed by Virtue of a Precept from the Lord of the said Manor" on which is a Shed or Smiths shop now in the possession of Isaac DAVENPORT farrier; and is admitted.
III William RUGGE surrenders the property to the use of
IV Lomax RYDER of Hatton Street, St. Andrews Holborn who seeks and is granted admission, and who surrenders the property to the use of his last will and testament.

Thomas  M165  26 May 1780

Contents:
I Whereas Lomax RYDER late of Hatton Street Esq. held in his lifetime.
II Three 1/8 parts (the whole divided into 8 equal parts) of a close of pasture in Church Street near the Brook and of two tenements erected thereupon formerly in the occupation of John KING and William HEASEY one of which is now empty and the other in the occupation of - BROWN Upholsterer
And
One 1/8 part and
2 x 1/3 of 1/8 part
(To all of which he was admitted 15 June 1759)
And
All that piece of land adjoining Westons Bridge etc. (admitted 11 April 1774).
III And died so seized
IV Out of court on 26 May 1780 came Thomas RYDER of Lincolns Inn, Esq., only brother and heir at law of the said Lomax RYDER; he seeks and is granted admission.

LICENSE TO DEMISE  M166  1 Sept, 1780

Contents:
Be it remembered that
Out of court Francis John TYSSEN, Esq. Lord granted licence (for £6.2.0.)
To Thomas RYDER, Esq. and Mary RYDER, Widow, two of the customary tenants of the Manor
I To Demise to any person all and singular their customary messuages lands etc. from 24 June 1780 for any period not exceeding 61 years saving the Lord's rights, and provided the rent is "the best improved Rent that can be got for the same".

William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq. Mermaid, Church St. Thomas Tebbutt  M167  19 Jan. 1815

Contents:
Presented that
Thomas RYDER late Customary tenant (as appears by Court Rolls 26 May 1780) held in his lifetime.
II Three 1/8 parts (the whole divided into 8 equal parts) of a Close of Pasture in Church Street near the Brook, with the two tenements there formerly in the occupation of John KING and William HEASEY "one of which was then empty and the other is now in the occupation of - BROWN Upholsterer".
And
One 1/8 part with two tenements erected thereupon
And
One 1/5 of 1/8 part
And
One other 1/3 of 1/8 part with two tenements
And
Land adjoining Westons Bridge.
III Also presented that
Thomas RYDER came in his own person and surrendered the property to the use of
IV Mary RYDER, widow, who was admitted and
V Died, also Thomas RYDER leaving his three cousins and heirs at law
The Rt. Hon. Dudley Earl of Harroby
The Rt. Hon. Richard Ryder
The Hon. and Very Rev. Henry Rider, Dean of Wells.
VI Who come to Court by their attorney Richard DANN and seek admission
VII And are admitted "upon the Trusts contained in a certain Indenture hearing date 3 Aug. 1813 and made between the said Dudley Earl of Harroby of the one part and the said Richard Ryder of the other part and in a Deed Poll bearing date 19 Aug. 1814 under the Hands and Seals, of the said Dudley Earl of Harroby, Richard Ryder and Henry Ryder as such co heirs as aforesaid".
Plan

ABSOLUTE SURRENDER  M168  4 April 1842

Contents:
[Copy, signed John Robert Daniel Tyssen, Steward]
Whereas
I Thomas RYDER late of The Hay in the Parish of Bovington, Herts, Esq. surrendered his copyhold lands and tenements in the Manor and elsewhere to the use of his last will and testament, dated 26 March 1809.
Now be it remembered
That 28 April 1840 before John Robert Daniel Tyssen Steward came to Dudley Earl of HARROWBY
[that] 4 May 1840 before Chester Cheston Dep. Steward Granville Dudley RYDER
[that] 4 April 1842 by Attorney John Coles Fourdrinier
George Dudley Ryder by Attorney John Coles Fourdrinier
William Dudley Ryder by Attorney John Coles Fourdrinier
Thomas Dudley Ryder by Attorney John Coles Fourdrinier
Edward Lisle Ryder by Attorney John Coles Fourdrinier
And surrendered as above.
[Three younger sons - claim being examined under Act of I William IV: "but he has not yet made his report"]
II The will left the properties to:
Randle FORD and Stafford Squire BAXTER in trust to the use of the Rt. Hon. Richard RYDER and his sons after his death or if no sons to
The Hon. and Rev. Henry RYDER, then Canon of Windsor and Rector of Lutterworth, afterwards Lord Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry, and his sons.
III And whereas
Thomas RYDER left no issue or brother or sister
And
Had two uncles, coheirs of his father Richard RYDER, namely Sir Dudley RYDER and William RYDER, who both died in Thomas RYDER'S lifetime.
And
The said Sir Dudley RYDER had one son, the Rt. Hon. Nathaniel Baron HARROWBY, who also died in the lifetime of Thomas RYDER, leaving three sons, namely
The Rt. Hon. Dudley Earl of HARROWBY
Richard RYDER first mentioned
And the said Henry RYDER
Who were the heirs of Thomas RYDER according to the custom of the Manor
And
The said William RYDER had an only child Elizabeth who married Dudley BAXTER and has no descendants
And
By an indenture dated 3 Aug. 1813 between Dudley Earl of HARROWBY and Richard RYDER, Dudley Earl of HARROWBY covenanted that he "the said Dudley Earl of HARROWBY should thenceforth stand and be seized or possessed of all the same hereditaments to the uses upon the Trusts and for the intents and purposes mentioned and declared in and by the said in part recited Will of the said Thomas RYDER deceased".
And
By a Deed Poll of 19 Aug. 1814 between Dudley Earl of HARROWBY, Richard RYDER and Henry RYDER, covenanting as above
And
Richard RYDER made his Will 29 Aug. 1831 in favour of his nephew
Granville Dudley RYDER
And died September 1832
And
Cranville Dudley RYDER was admitted to 1/3 share of the above 10 April 1840 [Ref.Bk 10 p.289]
And
Henry RYDER Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry died March 1836 intestate (as to the legal Estate vested in him as aforesaid) leaving nine sons the eldest
(1) Rev. Henry Dudley RYDER, Great Titchfield Street, St. Marylebone, Canon of Lichfield, Residentiary.
And
(2) Rev. George DUDLEY [RYDER?], Rector of Easton, Hants.
(3) Arthur Dudley RYDER, Brislington House, Nr. Bristol, Gent.
(4) William Dudley RYDER, Lincolns Inn, Es., Barrister.
(5) Thomas Dudley RYDER, Oriel College, Oxford.
(6) Edward Lisle RYDER of Oriel College, Oxford. [?]
Under 21 (7) Alfred Phillips RYDER of Hambleden, Henley, Oxon.
Under 21 (8) Richard Calthorpe Whitmore RYDER of Hambleden, Henley, Oxon.
Under 21 (9) Spencer Charles Dudley RYDER of Hambleden, Henley, Oxon.
And
At the same Court 10 April 1840 [Ref. Bk.10 p.292] the nine were admitted tenants to the 1/3rd part which their father held
And
Henry Dudley RYDER eldest son 14 April 1840 "for the purpose of barring the estate tail to which by virtue of the said in part recited Will of the said Thomas RYDER he was entitled... did... duly make and pass a surrender of the same messuages [etc.] freed and discharged from such Estates or interests in tail and all remainders reversions [etc.]
To the use of him the said Henry Dudley RYDER his heirs and assigns for ever".
And
The other brothers (except Arthur Dudley RYDER who is a lunatic) and Dudley Earl of [...] Harrow have agreed to surrender their interests to the use of Henry Dudley RYDER.

GRUMBOLDS Admissions  [no ref. or date]

ADMISSION  M169  5 April 1842

Contents:
[Bk. 2. p.44]
William George Tyssen of Foulden Hall, near Stoke
Daniel Tyssen Perry, Norfolk, Esq., Lord.
Held at Mermaid, Church Street
Before J.R.D. Tyssen, Steward
Presented that
By a memorandum of surrender dated 28 April 1841
[Recited in M168] Henry Dudley RYDER seeks admission to the only and absolute use of the relevant premises in this manor and by his Attorney John Coles Fourdrinier is admitted.

License to Demise  M170  24 June 1861

Contents:
[Bk? 2. p.369]
Be it remembered that William Amhurst Tyssen Amhurst of Didlington Park, Norfolk, Esq., Lord, grants to
I Rev. Henry Dudley Ryder, Canon, residentiary of Lichfield
II License to demise to any person or persons for any term not exceeding 21 years from 25 Dec. 1860, and by one or six demises or leases.
All those twelve messuages or tenements in Bohemia Place, Nos. 3-14.
And
Three tenements and a workshop in Ryders Mews in the rear of the said messuages
And
All that messuage or tenement on the East side of Church Street now in the occupation of Charles Miller
And
Eight messuages in Church Path on the South side of the Church Yard.
And
Two other messuages in Bohemia Place
And
Two other messuages on the East side of Church St. now in the occupations of William LAWS and Mr. HOGG.
And
The other messuage on the East side of Church St. and the Warehouse in the rear thereof and now in the occupation of Charles Robert ROPER
And
The other messuage on the East side of Church St. now in the occupation of Charles James FOX
And
Two other messuages in Bohemia Place communicating with the said last mentioned messuage saving the Lord's rights etc.
Witnessed: William Ford H[ouse?] Steward

PROCEEDINGS  M171  5 Dec. 1881

Contents:
Ernest Constantine CHESTON, Deputy Steward.
I By Court Rolls of 23 July 1877 (Book 3 Page 137) it appears that Henry Lefevre RYDER a Lieutenant on H.M.S. "Euphrates" was admitted tenant as one of 2 sons and coheirs of the Rev. Henry Dudley RYDER formerly Canon Residentiary of Lichfield
II To one half of the properties shown in the plan in the Court Rolls Book 3 p.152. and of all the other properties of which Henry Dudley RYDER was tenant
And Francis RYDER is admitted.
Endorsed " 'C'. In Lunacy re Henry Dudley RYDER.
This is the exhibit marked 'C' referred to on the affidavit of Ralph Burch sworn in this matter this 11th day of December 1885.
Before me
Edward J. FOSTER
& Commis.[?] etc. "
Now before the Steward appears
Frances Elizabeth RYDER of 14 Southwick Street, Hyde Park, widow of the said Harry Lefevre RYDER (by her Attorney Louis Thompson ROWE, 29 Spring Gardens, Middx. Gent.) and produces probate dated 14 Dec. 1880 for Will of 17 Sept. 1873 bearing words:
"... last Will and Testament of me Harry Lefevre RYDER of H.M.S. "Britannia"... Lieutenant... Esq. I... bequeath All [my] real and personal estate... unto my Wife Frances Elizabeth RYDER absolutely".
And Frances Elizabeth RYDER seeks admission to all the properties [as in II above] which properties or part thereof are now known by the following description ...
"All that messuage or tenement situate on the east side of Mare St. formerly called Church Street... abutting towards the north on Hackney Church Yard and now called No.352 Mare Street with shops outhouse and outbuildings.. now in the occupation of William Thomas DENNIS. And also all that messuage or tenement adjoining the said last mentioned messuage on the east and being on the south side of Hackney Church Yard and known as No.1 Church Path or Church Lane now also in the occupation of the said William Thomas DENNIS... [both] under a lease... of twenty one years... from 25 March 1876" at £105 p.a.
And
2 messuages on the East side of Church Street numbered 350 and 348 adjoining south on the first-described messuage and Bohemia Place, now in the occupation of - BARKER and - TRIPP, held under a lease granted to William LAWES for 21 years from 25 Dec. 1860 at £75 p.a.
And
Bohemia Place
And
346 Mare Street, abutting North on Bohemia Place, in the occupation of Charles James FOX
And
Two tenements on the South side of Bohemia Place, known as Nos. 1 and 2, adjoining East on the last-mentioned messuage. In the occupation of Charles James FOX, both messuages [i.e. also 346 Mare Street] on a 21 year lease from 25 Dec. 1860 at £70 p.a.
And
On the east side of Mare Street, south of the last-described messuage, No. 344, in the occupation of John Buckle BRODRIBB, Chemistand Druggist, on a 21 year lease from 25 Dec. 1878 at £60 p.a.
And
East side, south of [No. 344], No. 342, in the occupation of Charles MILLER, Coal Merchant on a 21 year lease from 25 Dec. 1878 at £70 p.a.
And
A piece of land on the south side of [No. 342] and "subject to the right of way granted to the North London Railway Co. over the same".
And
12 cottages on the south side of Bohemia Place, Nos. 3-14, held by Messrs. TEMPLE and MOORE on a 21 year lease from 25 Dec. 1860 at £90 p.a., and all the other land and hereditaments comprised in the said Lease not conveyed to the North London Railway Co.
And
2 cottages in Bohemia Place Nos. 15 & 16
And
9 cottages on the south side of Hackney Churchyard, Nos. 2-10 Church Path or Church Place, Nos. 3-10 with Nos. 15 & 16 Bohemia Place held by William LAWES on a 21 year lease from 25 Dec. 1860 at £75 p.a.
And
The messuage or dwelling-house called Church Field House on (the south side of Hackney Church Yard lately held by William LAWES - as a yearly tenant at £35 p.a.
All which messuages etc. lie together and are bounded as follows:
On the North and East by Hackney Church Yard.
On the South by land belonging to the North London Railway Co.
On the West by Mare Street.
And
All such parts of the twelve messuages on the North side of Chalgrove Road, Morning Lane, Nos. 40-62 (even) abutting North on the North London Railway Co.

Kingshold Proceedings  [no ref. or date]

"PROCEEDINGS"  M172  5 Dec. 1881

Contents:
Ernest Constantine CHESTON
I By Court Rolls of 23 July 1877 (Book 16 Page 426) it appears that Henry Lefevre RYDER [as M171]
II to one half of
All that piece of land on the north side of Morning Lane, abutting north on the North London Railway [over which Chalgrove Road has been built] shown in the plan in the Court Rolls (Book 16 Page 439) and all of the other properties in this manor of which Henry Dudley RYDER was tenant
III [As M171]
IV all the properties [as in II above], all of which land [except Chalgrove Road] is demised and leased under Licenses from the Lord of this Manor for a term of 99 years from 25 Dec. 1874, the parts leased being delineated in the plan in the Court Rolls (Book 17 Pages 235-6).
V And Frances Elizabeth RYDER is admitted.
Endorsed: " 'A'. In Lunacy re Henry Dudley RYDER.
This is the exhibit marked 'A' referred to on the affidavit of Ralph Burch sworn in this matter this 11th day of December 1885
Before me
Edward J. Foster
- -? etc."
Enfranchisement
The Copyhold Commissions
I Whereas the lands described in the Schedule hereto are held by Copy of Court Roll and the tenants are
II Henry Dudley RYDER of Brooke House [Asylum] Clapton, Esq., a person of unsound mind and Frances Elisabeth RYDER of 14, Southwick Street, Hyde Park
III And the enfranchisement of the said lands has been duly required according to the provisions of "the Copyhold Acts"
IV And William Amhurst Tyssen AMHERST of Didlington Hall, Norfolk, Esq, M.P., Lord of the Manor has consented in writing to the enfranchisement extending to the rights reserved by "the Copyhold Act 1852" Section 48.
V For £3,370 which has been duly paid and the receipt produced, etc.
Now therefore the Copyhold Commissioners grant the award of enfranchisement, including enfranchisement from the rights reserved by "the Copyhold Act 1852" Section 48.
SCHEDULE
All those 6 houses with shops on the east side of Mare Street, Nos. 342-52 (even)
And
16 cottages in Bohemia Place
And
10 messuages in Church Path
And
An enclosure of land on the north side of the North London Railway and bounded on the north by the Hackney Church Yard with the messuage known as Church Field House situate thereon "being all such parts of the lands to one moiety of which the said Henry Dudley Ryder was admitted tenant on or about the 21 November 1877 and to the other moiety of which the said Frances Elizabeth Ryder was admitted tenant on or about 5 Dec. 1881 as lie to the Northward of the North London Railway. All which said premises intended to be hereby enfranchised are delineated on the plan hereto annexed and thereon colored green".
Signed The Rt. Hon. Charles George Lord Lyttelton and George Archibald Leach Esq Lt Col. [two of the Copyhold Commissioners]

Proceedings  M174(a)  12 April 1723

Contents:
I PETER NEWCOMBE, Clerk, Vicar of St. John at Hackney greets all Christian people
II Whereas Henry Lord Bishop of London 6 May 1706 with the consent of the patron of the vicarage did give me leave licence and authority to dispose of "all the waste Glebe ground wheron the old ruinous Vicarage House... lately stood".
III And particularly "as to that part of the said Ground which adjoyns to the Church yard and which is supposed to have formerly been some part thereof and is now assigned for a place of Burial, Authority is thereby given unto me the said Peter Newcombe to appropriate any parcel or parcels thereof to particular persons parishioners of the said Parish of Hackney for their Building thereon a Vault or Vaults for the burial of their dead upon some valuable consideration ..."
IV Now therefore for the consideration of 10 guineas paid by Henry ASHTON of Hackney aforesaid Esq. Peter Newcombe appropriates to him a parcel of the said Ground adjoining on the S. to a vault late erected by Sir Daniel DOLINS Knight; 5ft South to North and 18½ft East to West. The fees for every corpse agreed as follows:
Parishioners: £1 to the Vicar 5/- to the Clerk
5/- to the Sexton
13/4 to the Churchwardens for the bell
1/- for registering burial
For non-parishioners: double fees.
V Witnesses: JOHN COPPING
THOMAS PRIME
M174(b) and (c)
M174(b) November 16 1721
"Received of Mr. Henry Ashton the summe of twenty pounds being so much received of him in lieu of his serving the parish offices per me.
Daniel Dolins"
(c) "At a Vestry held the 16 November 1721 for the Parish of St. John at Hackney in the County of Middlesex, it was ...
Agreed - that Henry Ashton Esq. be chosen a Vestry Man of this Parish in the Roome of Joseph Thompson, Esq. deceased, he haveing paid the Summe of Twenty Pounds in lieu of Serving all Parish Offices
Agreed - at this Vestry that the Pew late Mr. Sawbridge's be For the Use [pew i.e.] of Henry Ashton Esq. and his Family Dureing their Continuance in this Parish.
Vera Copia
Samuel Sadleir ?
Endorsed: "My Admition into Mr. Jacob Sawbridge's Pew by the Vestry and Mr. Dolin's Recent for 20. in lieu of Parish Offices".

TESTAMENT  M175  6 February 1761

Contents:
Hannah HOOPER of Hackney, Widow (née SLATER)
1. nephew LEONARD SLATER of Wakefield, York, Grocer, freehold lands in Derby [etc.] to hold... ...
2. Miss ANN WICKS eldest daughter of Obadiah WICKS, deceased, sum of £500
Mrs. MARY HOPKINS 2nd daughter of said Obadiah Wicks and wife of William HOPKINS
Miss SARAH WICKS youngest daughter of said Obadiah Wicks sum of £250 apiece
3. Miss MARY MEE 2nd daughter of BENJAMIN MEE of Fenchurch Street, London, Merchant, £500
[Directs via her father in trust until she reaches 21 years]
4. To THOMAS SLATER one of the sons of my brother ADAM SLATER £500 and to the other three sons of my said brother £100 apiece.
5. To my cousin RICHARD SLATER of Chesterfield, Derby, Mercer and to Mr. RICHARD WOOTTEN of Hackney, Gent, £300 upon trust
6. Mrs. MARY WHITEMAN wife of Mr. SHARDLOW WHITEMAN late of London, brewer.
If she dies before her husband [it] shall go instead to
MRS. JANE OSGOOD
MRS. SARAH EWER
MISS PRISCILLA MEE
7. Mr. JOHN SCHOLES, son of NATHANIEL SCHOLES, of LITTLE LEADER, Lancs, £100
8. Mr. JOHN STEEL, clerk in the Royal Exchange Assurance Office, £20
9. To my sisters MRS. SARA MEE
And MRS. JANE EDMONDS of Clapham, Surrey
And to the said BENJAMIN MEE
And to my brother and sister SLATER
£20 apiece
10. Item to all servants... £20 ...
11. To my said cousin Richard SALTER [sic! i.e. SLATER] and to Mr. WOOTTEN £50 each as Executors and all the residue to... RICHARD SLATER and MR. WOOTTEN [in trust] to be invested for my sister ANN HANDLEY wife of Mr. THOMAS HANDLEY of GT. MARLOWE, Bucks, Gent... ...
[Saving clause on her pre-decease]
In favour of THOMAS HANDLEY
And in the event of my sister's decease after her husband... £1000 to my brother ADAM SLATER and his two eldest sons in trust for 6 non-Catholic poor widows or maidens
12. £1000... [also] to PRUDENCE HANCOCK, my niece, wife of WILLIAM HANCOCK of Leeds aged 50 or more in Chesterfield
13. Residue to (1) LEONARD SLATER
(2) JANE MILNES wife of Pemberton MILNES, Wakefield
(3) JOYCE SLATER & ELIZ. SLATER
The three daughters of ADAM SLATER
WITNESSES: MARY ALBERT
MARY MERCER
HARDING TOMKINS 3 June 1759
CODICIL 20 May 1760
1. To my - sister SLATER £50 in lieu of £20 above
BENJAMIN MEE, Fenchurch Street, £100
2. And BENJAMIN MEE Junior £100
3. My friend MR. RICHARD WOOTTEN £500
4. [etc.]
5. MRS. LONG widow of MR. ARNOLD LONG £100
6. MRS. MARY EDMONDS £100
7. Master William Hopkins £250
8 To MASTER OBADIAH WICKS ROGERS Godson £500 or... to his mother MRS. ANN ROGERS
9 My niece HANCOCK [daughter of Prudence?] who disobliged me by marrying without my consent... is forgiven; re allocation of sums to her nephews and nieces, to be equal residual Legatees.
Witnesses Subscribing to the deceased's Will. Appeared personally MARY WOOTTEN of Hackney, spinster and JOHN STEVENS, also of Hackney, cornchandler. 4 February 1761 Extracted... Julius Caesar
Probate 6 February 1761 P.C.C.

Proceedings  M176  23 April 1750

Contents:
Before Francis John Tyssen at the Bunch of Grapes, Mare Street. Steward: Richard Nicholas Deputy Steward: John Coxe.
Presented that:
I.EDWARD SAUNDERSON, the elder, citizen and lorrimer of London deceased who in his lifetime held 1 messuage or tenement customary and garden lately fenced in Church Street, formerly in the possession of MARY RUTTY, widow, and afterwards of Marmaduke EMERSON now of --- abutting North on a tenement heretofore in the occupation of - DAWSON, widow and South on a tenement later in the occupation of ANN PRUCE, widow and also 1 other messuage or tenement customary in Church Street and Gdn formerly in the occupation of JACOB WALL afterwards of ELIZ. HUNT and now of ---, abutting on South the other tenement aforementioned as appears by Court Roll 16 December 1725; and at the same Court he surrendered to the use of his last will and testament dated 11 February 1725 and the terms of the will were "To my grandson EDWARD SAUNDERSON son of my son NATHANIEL [the premises above] in trust to ANN SAUNDERSON (wife of Nathaniel) [until EDWARD is of age] and died and EDWARD SAUNDERSON grandson also died before coming of age as did ANN SAUNDERSON and so NATHANIEL SAUNDERSON hardwareman asks and is granted admission and surrenders to the use of his last will and testament.

Proceedings  M177  1767

Contents:
Before Francis John Tyssen at the Cock, Church St. Steward: Richard Nicholas. Thomas Wall, Deputy Steward.
Presented that
I DEBORAH ELLICOTT, widow of JOHN ELLICOTT of Hackney, Gent, deceased, held by Court Roll 11 April 1763 One customary messuage [as M176] [after Marmaduke Emeson M176] in the possession of - HOLFORD and PETER SOUTERE and now HENEAGE ROBINSON Esq. abutting North on a tenement heretofore in the possession of THOMAS KING, glazier and his son and now of MR. TOULMIN apothecary [and the second messuage as before] then JAMES GREY and now MRS. JOANNA MAYO
II and that DEBORAH ELLICOTT died intestate leaving two sons, EDWARD and JOHN ELLICOTT (jnr) Therefore now come to and John ELLICOTT and are
III admitted
IV and they surrender it to the use of their father who surrenders to his last will and testament.

Admission  M178  27 April 1772

Contents:
Francis John Tysen Esq. Court Leet with Court Baron at the Cock, Church St. Thomas Wall Steward.
Presented that
I. John ELLICOTT late customary tenant, as appears by Court Rolls 27 April 1767, in his lifetime held
II All those customary messuages [as M177]
III and died so seized having surrendered the premises to the use of his last will and testament, which will dated 18 October 1771 devised the same as follows
IV "I give and devise... two customary messuages... in the Occupation of Mr. Heneage Robinson and Mrs. Dorothy Timms situate in Church St.... unto to my said two daughters Mary and Elizabeth ELLICOTT for and during their joint lives... and to the Survivor of them and the Heirs and Assigns of such Survivor forever"
V Now to court comes Mary ELLICOTT in person, and Elizabeth ELLICOTT by John ELLICOTT her Attorney, and seek admission; and are duly admitted.

Deed of Sale & Conveyance  M179  1 February 1798

Contents:
I First part: Henry PARTRIDGE, late of Middle Temple, now of Lincolns Inn, Esq.
John VERNON the younger, of Lincolns Inn, Esq.
Second part: William Parker HAMOND of Haling, Surrey, Esq.
Third part: Richard DANN, of Old Broad Street, Gent.
II Whereas
Elizabeth HAMOND, late of Haling, Widow, deceased, mother of the said William Parker HAMOND, by her last will and testament dated 8th March 1783 appointed that one half of the properties left her by her sister Grace PARKER should be subject to the raising of £8000 secured by Bond or Obligation of her late husband William HAMOND Esq. upon trust for the benefit of her and her issue by the said William HAMOND, and therefore devised the one half to trustees for 500 years; and subject to these trusts then gave and devised it to her said son William Parker HAMOND.
III and by a Codicil to her will dated 26 November 1784 recites her admission to various copyhold lands and messuages in Kingshold, and devises them to the same persons as her freehold lands and messuages
IV and died, and William Parker HAMOND was duly admitted to the copyhold properties 12 April 1790
V and by an Act of Parliament 1795 entitled "An Act for vesting part of the settled Estates of William Parker Hamond Esq.... in Trustees to be sold for discharging Incumbrances and for laying out the residue of the Money arising by such Sale in the purchase of other Lands and Hereditaments to be settled to the same uses and for enabling the said Trustees and the said William Parker HAMOND to grant Leases of part of the said Estates for the purpose of Building" the said copyhold properties were sold by public auction at the Grove Coffeehouse 11 August 1797; Lot 6 of which is hereby intended to be bargained and sold and for which
VI Richard DANN was the highest bidder at £588.
[...] VII Lot 6 being
All that parcel of land commonly known as Gravel Pit Field near the Grove in Hackney, now in the occupation of Richard DANN by a lease granted to Richard DANN deceased, containing 3 acres 2 roods 8 perches, bounded to the North by land of Richard DANN (party); East by Silvester Road and other lands of Richard DANN; South by the footpath from the Grove to Kingsland; and West on land of the said William Parker HAMOND.
And all that piece of land, from East-West 127 feet, from North-South 15 feet, lying North East of a piece of land formerly part of Gravel Pit Field, abutting North on the Kingsland footpath; East on the road leading South from the Grove; and West on the said piece of land formerly part of Gravel Pit Field; which 2 pieces of land are to be fenced apart at the joint expense of Richard DANN and William NORRIS, with a Gate at the East end of the fence.
And the use of the way from the Grove to the smaller piece of land above and to the piece first described, which road or way runs by the side of the Stable Yard belonging to James POTTS. (leasehold)
KINGSHOLD
VIII These lands are part of the 12 acres mentioned in a return of 6 July 1771 to a precept at 29 June 1771 as
"12 acres of customary land formerly in the occupation of Sir William PARKER, Joseph RAND and Edward HEMMING and since of John WOODFIELD"
Right of way for purchases of lot 8
Copy signed by (?) Steward James Tarling
1 April 1799

Deeds of the Dann family of Hackney Middlesex  [no ref. or date]

MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT  M180  19 March 1800

Contents:
[Copy]
I Henry RAWLINS of Witham, Essex, Surgeon, of the first part
II Mary DANN of Hackney, Spinster, of the second part
III William SHARP of Winchester St, Diamond, Broker, Richard DANN of Threadneedle Street, Gent. of the third part
IV Whereas a marriage is agreed upon between Henry RAWLINS and Mary DANN and Mary DANN under the will of her late father is entitled to one third part of his estates
V for a consideration of five shillings Mary DANN bargains and sells her one third part in trust to
William SHARP and Richard DANN
VI Witnesses: Charlotte DANN
W. H. HILLARY
(+ Solicitors).

CONVEYANCE in TRUST  M181  31 December 1802

Contents:
[Copy]
I Richard DANN of Hackney, Gent., and Charlotte his wife, of the first part
II Henry RAWLINS of Witham, Essex, Surgeon, and Mary his wife, late Mary DANN, of the second part
III Emma DANN of Witham, Essex, Spinster, of the third part
IV John TAYLOR of Broad Street, London, Merchant, and William Henry PATTISSON of Witham, Gent., of the fourth part
V Whereas Richard DANN of Hackney, Gent. deceased, father of Richard DANN, Mary RAWLINS, and Emma DANN, parties hereto, by will dated 11 August 1796 left his freehold estates to Trustees:-
William THOMAS, Cursitor Street, St. Andrew, Holborn, Gent.
Robert Haden, St. John, Wapping, Cheesemonger.
George CLELAND, Gloucester Terrace, New Road, Whitechapel, Gent.
To sell, and place the sale money in Government Securities. The dividends to be distributed -
£20 per annum to Sarah DANN (since deceased) and Martha DANN
The residue to testator's wife Mary DANN
And after her death equally to his four daughters -
Mary DANN
Martha DANN
Charlotte DANN
Emma DANN
VI and Richard DANN died June 1798 his widow, son and four daughters all surviving him
VII but the Trustee Robert HADEN having pre-deceased him, the Trustees William THOMAS and George CLELAND sold part of the freehold estates, and the remainder is now vested in William CLELAND, an infant, eldest son and heir of George CLELAND now deceased (as is William THOMAS).
VIII Mary DANN widow survived her daughter Martha DANN but is since dead and
IX Charlotte DANN daughter of Richard DANN Senior died May 1801 intestate
The other interested parties have agreed that her estates under the will of Richard DANN Senior should be conveyed to the said
- John TAYLOR
- William Henry PATTISSON
On trust, for 10/-.
Effects of the said Charlotte DANN deceased to be administered also as above
Also the annuity of £20
XI It is hereby agreed and declared... to pay to the said MARY RAWLINS a £10 annuity
[etc.]
XII... during the minority of Charlotte DANN [III] infant daughter of Richard DANN [II] ...
Witnesses... [etc.]

LEASE FOR 1 Year  M182  15 July 1808

Contents:
I GEORGE WILLIAM CLELAND of Hackney, Gent.
To
II RICHARD DANN [II] of Hackney, Gent. and WILLIAM ROBERTS of Lincolns Inn, Esq., Barrister at Law
For a consideration of 5/-
III Piece of land on the East side of Church Street with 14 messuages abutting West on to Church Street and on the South by Mourning Lane, formerly copyhold, since enfranchised and leased to - RAMSHIRE, - HUTCHINSON, - COWLING, - WHITWORTH, Thomas LACEY and Richard BROWN
At a peppercorn rent
(See note on dorse of M184 regarding this separate Lease)

LEASE FOR 1 Year  M183  15 July 1808

Contents:
I HENRY RAWLINS of Rathbone Place, St. Marylebone, Surgeon, and EMMA, his wife
II RICHARD DANN [I] of Hackney, Gent., and WILLIAM ROBERTS of Lincolns Inn, Barrister at Law
For a consideration of 5/-
III Property [as M182]

RELEASE  M184  16 July 1808

Contents:
(For lease see M182)
I GEORGE WILLIAM CLELAND
And
II HENRY RAWLINS and EMMA his wife
To
III HESKETH DAVIS of Leadenhall Street, Merchant, and WILLIAM HENRY PATTISSON
IV RICHARD DANN [II]
V WILLIAM ROBERTS
Release of uses from I & II to III, IV, V.
Property as M182
Endorsed: 1 covenant to levy a fine of the property to (iii)

DEED OF COVENANT  M185  16 July 1808

Contents:
I GEORGE WILLIAM CLELAND
II HENRY RAWLINGS AND EMMA
III HESKETH DAVIS AND WILLIAM HENRY PATTISSON
IV RICHARD DANN [II]
Covenant that for the consideration of £2813 paid by IV to II, Rawlings agrees to surrender into the hands of the Lord of the said Manor of Hackney: to the use of Richard Dann
All the piece of land messuage etc. on the West side of Church Street now in the hands of MRS. HUGFORD and formerly of EDWARD VAUX deceased and the piece of land at the West end of Ivester Row called... Grove Place with twelve messuages viz. Mr. Myers; Mr. Harrison; Mr. Chitty; Mr. Gibson; Mrs. Dampier; Mr. Mascell; Mr. Malkin; Mr. Lucadon; Mr. Pom[?]sset; Rev. Mr. Roberts; Rev. Mr. Belsham; Mrs. Pomeroy.
Witnesses: B. C. CARTER: JNO. RICHARD.

COPY OF WILL  M186  26 Oct. 1815

Contents:
Of RICHARD DANN the younger
With 1st Codicil 29 March 1819
2nd Codicil 16 December 1820
Proved P.C.C. 19 March 1821
I All my [properties] to my trustees JAMES SHARP and GEORGE SHARP of Winchester Street, London, gent. upon trust to be sold and put into Government supplies ...
And from my personal estate within a month of my death:
i 200 guineas to my dear wife CHARLOTTE and
ii 200 guineas to my old... friend JOHN TAYLER for a ring
iii [etc.]
iv the remainder of my personal estate to be invested in Parliamentary stocks and funds... London & West India Dock Shores ...
Etc.
II unto my children and to my daughters at 21 or in marriage and to the sons at 21 or sooner if for their advancement
III and if none of my children survive... to JOHN TAYLER and MARY SHARP saving my present house for Mrs. Dann ...
Witnesses: Rich. SKILLMAN: G. W. BARRY: JNO JEFFERSON
Clerks to Mr. Dann.
CODICIL A
I Revokes legacy to John TAYLER of £200... replacing by [?]
II To MR. CRESLAND £100 for a ring
III To my friend WARBURTON for the same purpose
IV To each of my four eldest daughters
CODICIL B
[Adds] "All other estate ..."
PROBATUM
"Appeared personally Timothy Churchman of Broad Street, gent: JOHN IGGELDON, Doctors Commons, Proctor; [etc. ...]

ASSIGNMENT of premises  M187  23 Dec. 1826

Contents:
I First part: John MARCH of Judd Place East, St. Pancras, Gent.
(Administrator of the goods and chattels of his late father, William MARCH, Ludgate Hill, Stationer).
II Second part: Samuel NELME of Hackney, Gent.
III Whereas
By indenture of 24 March 1792 between Richard DANN and George SCOTT, of Hatton Street, St.Andrew, Holborn, Surveyor, R. Dann leased to George Scott for 61 years from 25/3/1791
IV All that piece of land at the West end of Silvester Row [sic.] with one tenement; bounded North by a street or road continuing West from Silvester Row; South by land of - HAMMOND, Esq., East and West by land of Richard Dann; and
Measuring East-West(N) 25'10" East-West(S) 21'6"
North-South (E) 168' North-South (W) 167'
As appears by plan in the indenture of 24/3/92 which said messuage is the second of twelve messuages agreed to be built by George Scott on land of Richard Dann West, from a messuage or tenement of John SILVESTER, Esq. in the occupation of William HILLETT
V which lease is to be extended to 99 years from 25 March 1791
VI and whereas by various assignments, especially a quadripartite indenture of 22 June 1795 between
George COOPER
Robert WILLIAMS Sr. Second part
Robert WILLIAMS Jr. Second part
John DRURY Second part
William USBORNE Third part: assignees of the estate of George Scott.
John MONKHOUSE Third part: assignees of the estate of George Scott.
William MARCH Now deceased
All the property in (IV) above was leased to William March for the remainder of the 61 years (to become 99 years).
VII and William March died 9 September 1825 intestate, and P.C.C. granted letters of administration to his son John March (party hereto)
VIII and John March by public auction on 31 October 1826 sold the property in (IV) above for £820 to Samuel Nelme, subject to the Under-lease of 19 October 1811 from William March to Robert STOCKS for 21 years.

Kingshold - Admissions  [no ref. or date]

ADMISSION  M188  23 April 1827

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen Esq. Court Leet and Baron, Mermaid, Church Street. Thomas Tebbutt Steward
I Presented that
Rebecca HOLMES, (wife of William Henry HOLMES), late copyhold tenant, as appears by Court Rolls of 3 April 1826, held
II ¼ part of the messuage, with garden and appurtenances, in Church Street; formerly in the occupation of William TOULMIN, afterwards of Benjamin CROOK, then of Anna Maria Bond CROOK, Sarah CROOK and Zipporah CROOK
III and Rebecca HOLMES is since dead intestate leaving Anna Maria, Sarah and Zipporah Crook her three sisters her surviving, who by custom of this manor are entitled to one third share each in the properties of II above
IV and Anna Maria Bond CROOK seeks and is granted admission.

Admission  M189  30 April 1832

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen Court Leet held at the Mermaid, Church Street. J.R.D. Tyssen, Gent. Steward.
Presented that:
I James SHARP
George Anthony SHARP,
Who were admitted customary tenants by Court Roll of 30 April 1821 as executors of the Will of Richard DANN, for
II a consideration of £650 paid them by
III Saml. NELME of Grove Place, Church St., Esq.,
IV Saml. surrender
All that piece of ground walled all round and now used as a Garden with the greenhouse thereon erected, abutting South on the carriageway or road in front of Grove Place and Silvester Row; containing 1 rood 39 perches approx.; now in the occupation of
George TOMPSON and Ann HOLMES
To the use of the said Samuel Nelme for ever
V provided that no buildings are built on the garden
VI Now comes Samuel NELME in person to seek admission and is duly admitted.
Court Roll refs. Book 9, Page 37.

Admission  M190  11 April 1836

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen Court Leet held at the Mermaid, Church Street. J.R.D. Tyssen, Gent., Steward.
Presented that:
I Daniel BELL, late of Northop, Flintshire, Esq.; late customary tenant by Court Rolls of 18 April 1803, who survived his Co-trustee John TILDEN SAMPSON, late of Battle, Sussex, Esq., who in his lifetime held upon the trusts mentioned in a certain Indenture of Release 19 Jan. 1792
Between
1st part Rev. John ELLICOTT
2nd part Frances TURNER, Spinster (later wife of John Ellicott).
And
3rd part John Tilden SAMPSON and Daniel BELL
II All those two undivided ½ parts in one customary messuage in Church Street, formerly in the occupation of Mary RUTTY, widow; afterwards of Marmaduke EMERSON; then of Mr. Holford and Peter LINTERE; then of Heneage ROBINSON and now of - abutting North on a tenement formerly of Thomas KING glazier; afterwards of Mr. Tomlin [i.e. TOULMIN?] Apothecary.
And one other customary messuage in Church Street formerly in the occupation of Jacob HALL; afterwards of Elizabeth HUNT; then of James CLAY; then of Mrs. Joannah MASS[?]; and now of - abutting on the North on the last mentioned tenement.
Daniel Bell's heir is his son Daniel, of Birchin Lane, London, Esq
III and Daniel BELL died so seized having been admitted tenant by his attorney Thomas Woodward BUCKHAM, at 2/6 rent p.a. [No fine "As by Special agreement entered into between the Lord of this Manor and The Reverend Charles Spencer ELLICOTT of Whitwell in Rutland, Clerk, on the part and behalf of the said Daniel Bell for the purpose of enabling the said Daniel Bell to surrender the same Premises to the use of the said Charles Spencer Ellicott who becomes absolutely entitled to the said premises on the death of his Mother the said Frances Ellicott pursuant to the trusts of the said Indenture" ...]
IV Also presented that comes the said Daniel BELL by his attorney Thomas Woodward BUCKHAM (by power of attorney 2 April 1836) and surrenders with the consent of Frances ELLICOTT widow of Rev. John and Rev. Charles Spencer ELLICOTT
V All their respective rights etc. in the said premises to the Use of Charles Spencer ELLICOTT who comes by his Attorney, Thomas ROBERTSON of Church Street, Hackney, Ironmonger.
VI The said premises now better known and described as on the West side of Church Street in the occupation of Thomas CONSTABLE, Tallow Chandler, and Jane GLIDDON, and bounded on the North by a copyhold messuage belonging to the Misses CROOK in the occupation of Joseph STRATTON; on the East by Church Street; on the South by a copyhold messuage belonging to Thomas MILLS in the occupation of Edmund BENNETT; and West by a copyhold garden belonging to Samuel NELME and in the occupation of Thomas CONSTABLE
VII and Charles Spencer ELLICOTT is admitted.
PLAN

Conditional Surrender  M191  3 Dec. 1839

Contents:
William George Tyssen Daniel Tyssen of Foulden Hall, Norfolk. Court Baron held at the house of William Griggs in Dalston known as the Tyssen Arms.
Chester Cheston, Deputy Steward. J.R.D. Tyssen, Steward.
I Anna Maria Bond CROOK late of Church Street, Hackney, now of Grange Road, Bermondsey, Spinster;
Sarah CROOK and ZIPPORAH CROOK of Church Street, Hackney. Spinsters.
3 copyhold tenants, as appears by Court Rolls of 3 April 1826, 23 April 1827, and of this present court, for
II £260 paid by
III Robert BARKER of Church Street, Hackney, Linen Draper.
IV do surrender all their customary messuages and garden in Church Street formerly in the tenure of William TOULMIN, afterwards of Benjamin CROOK, then of the said Anna Maria Bond CROOK, Sarah CROOK and Zipporah CROOK, now of the said Sarah CROOK and Zipporah CROOK, to the Use of the said Robert BARKER for ever
V provided that [IV] shall be void if Robert BARKER is paid on 3 June 1840 £260 + interest at 5% p.a.
VI Now comes Robert BARKER in person to seek admission and is duly admitted.
Court Roll refs. Book 10, Pages 247 and 249.

Deed of Covenant to produce deeds  M192  7 Dec. 1841

Contents:
I First part: Thomas WILKINSON, of Botolph Wharf, Lower Thames Street.
II Second part: Henry Francis GADSDEN, of New Broad Street, Auctioneer.
III Whereas
George Anthony SHARP of Great Winchester Street, Bullion Merchants.
James SHARP of Great Winchester Street, Bullion Merchants.
Devisees in trust under the Will of Richard DANN, late of Hackney, Esq., who were admitted 30 April 1821 (among other hereditaments of larger value) to
IV All that piece of land with messuage on the West side of Church Street, formerly in the occupation of Sir John SILVESTER deceased and then of Mrs. HUGFORD
V and whereas the said George Anthony SHARP who had survived the said James SHARP agreed with Henry Francis GADSDEN for a sale of the property at £832 and therefore surrendered the premises to the use of the said Henry Francis GADSDEN
VI and whereas the indenture mentioned in the schedule hereunder written relates to the title to the property IV above, and also to other hereditaments sold to Richard DANN [jnr.] (son of the testator Richard DANN) and Henry DANN and duly surrendered to them on the 15 April 1833, and since largely sold to said Thomas WILKINSON, the indenture remains with
VII Thomas WILKINSON who covenants to produce the indenture and furnish copies as required, for a period of 35 years.
VII Schedule: 16 July 1808 Indenture between George William CLELAND of Hackney, Gent., of the first part; Henry RAWLINS of Rathbone Place, St. Marylebone, and Emma his wife (late Emma DANN Spinster) of the second part; Hesketh DAVIS of Leadenhall Street, Merchant, and William Henry PATTSSON of Witham, Essex, Gent., of the third part; and Richard DANN of Hackney of the fourth part.

Copy  M193  7 Dec. 1841

Contents:
I Thomas WILKINSON of Botolph Wharf, Lower Thames St., Esq.
II Henry Francis GADSDEN of New Broad Street, Auctioneer.
III Whereas George Anthony SHARP and James SHARP, of Great Winchester St., Bullion Merchants, Trustee of the Will of Richard DANN deceased, at Court 30 April 1821 were admitted (among other properties of larger value) to
IV All that piece of land with tenement on the west side of Church St., formerly in the occupation of Sir John SILVESTER deceased, and then of Mrs. HUGFORD; and
V George Anthony SHARP the surviving trustee had agreed with Henry Francis GADSDEN for the sale of property [in(IV) above] for £832 and accordingly surrendered it by custom of the manor to his use
VI and whereas the Lease and Release mentioned in the schedule below relate to the transactions [of (V) above] and also to other properties, to which George Anthony Sharp and James Sharp were admitted 30th April 1821 and which they sold to Richard DANN (2) and Henry DANN and surrendered 15 April 1833; and which Richard Dann and Henry Dann sold to Thomas Wilkinson;
VII and subject to the only annuity now subsisting from an Indenture of 31 Dec. 1802, i.e. £16.13.4 to Charlotte DANN, now wife of Rev. John Beridge JEBB of Walton Lodge, Chesterfield, Derby (which the annuitant claims to be £23-6-8)
VIII Thomas Wilkinson has keeping of the deeds of all the properties in (II) above, as he is in possession of the greater part, but covenants to produce them for Henry Francis Gadsden "upon every reasonable request".
Schedule.
Lease and Release of 15/16 July 1808
[i.e. M182-3-4]

Counterpart of Lease  M194  30 Jan. 1844

Contents:
14 Church Street, Hackney.
I HENRY FRANCIS GADSDEN of Old Broad Street, Auctioneer of 1st part [leases to]
II Wm. GEORGE FISH and AUGUSTIN THOMAS FISH of the 2nd part, Pawnbrokers, Hackney.
III No.14 Church Street, [Westside] Hackney. With shop recently erected by II in fore court & outbuildings, & ground to the west
IV from 25 Dec. 1843 for 31 years @ £55 p.a.
V Schedule
With Plan (showing school room)

Deed  M195  29 Oct. 1845

Contents:
I Philip Honeywood PARSONS, of Pall Mall, Esq.
James Hill, of Lincolns Inn, Esq. of the first part
George BAYLEY, of Stock Exchange and of Green Street, Park Lane, Esq.
II Samuel NELME, of Hackney, Esq., of the other part
III Whereas by a certificate of Contract 4 May 1799 by which the Land Tax of William MARCH, of Ludgate Street, was assessed at £8.14.5 from 25 March 1798 p.a.
IV in respect of -
No.1 Grove Place Hackney, occupied by Mrs. Ann MEYER
No.2 Grove Place, occupied by Mrs. Elisabeth HARRISON
Nos. 11 & 12 Grove Place.
And consideration for the redemption of such Land Tax was assessed at £319.15.3½d. [etc.] £3% consols
And whereas the right to receive the same (separate from the ownership of the property) subsequently became vested in Richard DANN, whose last Will and testament dated 26 Oct. 1815 devised all his real and personal estate to James SHARP
And George Anthony SHARP executors
And Richard DANN died 1821 (Will proved 19 March 1821)
And James Sharp died 23 April 1839
And James Sharp died 10 Oct. 1844
Appointing as his executors [as 'first part' above]
I [They] for a consideration of £40 do absolutely bargain sell assign etc. the sums of Land Tax as in (III) for Nos 1 and 2 Grove Place above to Samuel Nelme
Witnesses: James MULLOW
John JAY
Mary Ann BAYLEY

ADMISSION  M196  2 May 1848

Contents:
[Site of Graham Road]
William George Tyssen Daniel Tyssen Court Baron held at Manor Office, Church Street. J.R.D. Tyssen Steward.
I Presented that
Samuel NELME, of Church Street, deceased, late copyhold tenant, by his Will dated 12 Oct. 1846 (proved PCC 28 Dec. 1847) devised in trust
II to - his wife Sarah NELME
- His daughter Mary Louisa ALLNUTT
- Charles Rugge PRICE, of King William Street, Banker (now Sir Charles Rugge Price Bart.)
- Arthur James PRICE, of William Street, Bridewell Precinct, Oil merchant
III certain messuages in Grove Place, Hackney, i.e. garden and yard with stable and coachhouse, in the occupation of Philip PIKE
And walled garden with greenhouse or conservatory late in the occupation of the said Samuel Nelme
Both on the North side of Grove Place and Silvester Row [see plan in margin], formerly described as "piece or parcel of Ground... abutting south on carriage way in front of Grove Place & S. Row containing one rood and 39 perches... formerly in the occupation of George THOMPSON and Ann HOLMES... to which premises the said Samuel Nelme was admitted tenant... 30 April 1832. Book 9 Page 36".
IV and Mary Louisa Allnutt, Sir Charles Rugge Price and Arthur James Price, by attorney John Bellamy METCALFE ask for and are granted admission.
Plan
AND that
[Admission is sought as above but]
To All that messuage or mansion in Church Street with grounds and outbuildings late in the occupation of Samuel Nelme (plan in Court Rolls Book 10 Page 227)
And all the right and interest of the said Samuel Nelme in the Lodge at the entrance of Grove Place
And all messuages surrendered 9th August 1839 by GEORGE ANTHONY SHARPE of Winchester Street, City, Esq., Bullion Broker, Trustee of the Will of Richard DANN to the use of SAMUEL NELME which were described as follows:
1. All the messuage West side of Church Street, late in the occupation of Wm. GRIFFITHS, gardener and a piece of garden ground late in the occupation of James M[c?]GILL linendraper adjoining on the East end of the garden and also
The stable formerly in the occupation of ---, poulterer, and late of Richard DANN
And also
A piece of land lying in part next to Church Street and extending from the house late of Wm. PLANT, shoemaker, bounded North by Pigwell Water, West by pasture land late of Francis DOUCE Dr. of Physick, deceased, [etc.]
And on North side bounded by a garden in the tenure of ISAAC OLIER
To WHICH Richard DANN Senior was admitted Feb. 1761.
AND SECONDLY
2. Messuage late of MR. HOLE[?] [etc.] and close of pasture land containing seven acres with barn and messuage* etc. late of Wm. WHITWORTH [etc.] and also a garden late of --- CHETHAM between MRS. PIKE'S garden and Wm. WHITWORTH'S tenement*
TO ALL OF WHICH RICHARD DANN SENIOR was admitted 27 April 1778 on the surrender of Sir John SILVESTER and Richard Dann's son was admitted 15 Feb.1800.
EXCEPT
Messuage on the West side of Church Street formerly of MRS. MILLS, known as the Hackney Coffee House, late of MRS. BATCHELOR [etc.], an adjoining messuage, and the site of twelve messuages Grove Place, leased by R. Dann to Geo. Scott, and Samuel Nelme's gdn & greenhouse
AND THIRDLY
3. [Certain premises*] surrendered by JOSEPH CHARLES BUSCH to Richard Dann 22 April 1815 [and subsequently to his trustees] *The site of a messuage, West side of Brook, pulled down & added to R. Dann's county and in Church Street
AND FOURTHLY
4. Messuage, garden & stable West side Church Street formerly in the occupation of --- BARTON [etc.] to which the Trustees were admitted 30 April 1821 under a surrender of THOS. SAVILLE. Bounded north & east by Hackney Brook, south by last mentioned messuage; converted into offices.
Firstly, secondly, thirdly & fourthly described properties are now a messuage or mansion, west side of Church Street, with outbuildings and grounds, 6a.1r.14p; Tyssen west, Mermaid garden west, then along west side of H. Brook, Grove Place south, Gravel Pit Field west. And lodge at entrance of Grove Place, Ch. St.

PROCEEDINGS  M197  2 August 1850

Contents:
Pursuant to the Act [for enfranchising a copyhold tenure] 4 & 5 Vic. 1841/2 [OUT OF COURT]
TESTIFIED BY THE STEWARD that:
(1) 17 July 1849 came before him SARAH CROOK of Grange Road, Bermondsey, Spinster, ZIPPORAH CROOK of Church Street, Hackney, Spinster, PETER CARTER of Tottenham, gent, and MARY, his wife.
(2) On 27 July 1849 ROBERT BARKER, late of Hackney, then of... ... NORFOLK, gent, came before him and [the parties above named] surrendered to ROBERT BARKER and after reciting that ANNA MARIA BOND CROOK, now since deceased and the said SARAH and ZIPPORAH CROOK were entitled to [...] of the properties now described ...
And mortgage to ROBERT BAKER ...
And [Anna Maria Bond Crook] died intestate 25 Jan. 1850 leaving co-heiresses sister SARAH and ZIPPORAH and MARY CARTER Wife of Peter and £660 was still due to Robert BARKER on the said rented surrender [for which reason] the co-heiresses wish to sell the messuage to THOS. WILKINSON, of Botolph Wharf, Esq. for £800 and that the said sum of £660 should be paid out of the said purchase money
They surrendered to the Steward... and THOS. WILKINSON appears and is admitted.
Property in M191
Plan

INDENTURE  M198  30 MARCH 1851

Contents:
1st Part MARY LOUISA ALNUTT of St. Mary's Wallingford, Berks., widow, and Sir Charles RUGG PRICE of King William Street, Bt. and ARTHUR JAMES PRICE of William Street, Bridewell Precinct, Esq.
2nd Part THOS. WILKINSON of Botolphs Wharf Esq.
WHEREAS:
1. Samuel NELME, formerly copyhold tenant, by his last Will 12 October 1846 bequeathed to his wife Sarah NELME, and to his daughter the said MARY LOUISA ALNUTT all his estates and appointed as his executors [the 1st Part except Arthur James Price] in trust to sell
2. and died 21 October 1847 (Prob. P.C.C. [n.d.])
3. SARAH NELME Widow, died 21 March 1848
4. The [first party] were admitted tenants 2 May 1848
5. Covenant to surrender the land to THOS. WILKINSON for £2.635.
PROPERTY
i. Garden * etc. stable 15 perches occupied by Philip PIKE and garden *, 2 roods and 12 perches greenhouse late occupied Samuel NELME now empty (plan - Ct. Rolls Book 12 Page 147) and his interests in the Lodge at the entrance to Grove Place.
ii. Piece of land w.greenhouse adjoining 1st garden appertaining to a mansion of the said Samuel NELME on the West side of Church Street and abutting on the railway.
And also
A piece of land north of Pigwell Sewer & Spurstowes South of railway in the Pleasure Ground appertaining to the said Mansion etc.
iii. A piece of land known as GRAVEL PIT FIELD formerly occupied by Richard DANN afterwards of CHARLES CHENERY and late of the said SAMUEL NELME [3 acres 7r.8p] Pitwell Field West Grove - Dalston footpath south, Grove Pl. East
iv. A piece of land former pt of Gravel Pit Field; footpath north, Grove Mews East; + use of road formerly in the possession of James POTTS etc.
And
v. 1 acre, plus, formerly Pitwell Field late occupied by James POTTS afterwards Wm. Parker HAMMOND, formerly Chas. CHENERY and late Samuel NELME. Separated from Pitwell Field by footpath (South), Pigwell Sewer north, Gravel Pit Field east,
To all which pieces of land the first party were admitted tenants 2 May 1848. (Ct. Rolls Book 12 P.-) Spurstowes West.
SCHEDULE 1761-1848 attached
Together with
"Assignment of Benefit of an Agreement dated 20 June 1849" (licences to demise) from Mary L. Allnutt to Thomas Wilkinson 30 March 1851.

"Manor of Hackney"; INDENTURE  M199  13 March 1855

Contents:
1st Part CHARLES SPENCER ELLICOTT of Whitwell, Rutland, clerk covenants to surrender
2nd Part THOS. WILKINSON
Whereas:
1. The said Charles Spencer Ellicott was admitted tenant 11 April 1836 to hold in trust for FRANCES ELLICOTT, since deceased, and after her decease to his own use
2. That FRANCES ELLICOTT died 21 January 1851
3. That THOS. WILKINSON has contracted for the absolute purchase for £1,750.
PROPERTY
i. One copyhold messuage in Church Street, heretofore in the occupation of MARY RUTTY, widow, afterwards Marmaduke EMMERSON, since of MR. HOLFORD and PETER LOUBERE, since of HENEAGE ROBINSON, [etc.]
ii. Another messuage in Church Street, heretofore in the possession of JACOB WALL, afterwards of ELIZ. HUNT, since of JAMES GRAY and late of MRS. JOHANNA [etc.] MAYO
Which are now better known as tenements west side of Ch. St. late in the occupation of THOS. CONSTABLE, tallow Chandler, and JANE GLIDDON but now of JOHN WESLEY TABRAHAM and JAMES MACDONALD tenants to the said CHARLES SPENCER ELLICOTT.
Bounded on the South by a copyhold messuage late belonging to THOS. MILLS and now to JOHN BARNEY and THOMAS GARDNER late in the occupation of EDMUND BENNETT and now of MRS. BENNETT.
Bounded on the north by messuage Wilkinson, late Crooke.

LICENSE TO DEMISE  M200  22 July 1862

Contents:
Be it remembered that:
I William Amhurst Tyssen AMHURST of Didlington Park, Norfolk, Esq., Lord of the Manor, grants license to
II Thomas WILKINSON of Botolph Wharf, Lower Thames Street, Esq., copyhold tenant of the Manor
III to demise or lease for any term up to 38 years from Lady Day 1852, at £3.12.6d. per annum.
IV all that parcel of land with messuage in Grove Place (No.4.) etc. to which Thomas Wilkinson was admitted 8 December 1857 on the surrender of Mary Louisa ALLNUTT and others.
Fine £1.18.0.
(Court Rolls Ref: Book 14 Page 214).

AGREEMENT FOR EXCHANGE etc.  M201  12 May 1862

Contents:
I. Rev. Thomas Oliver GOODCHILD [Rector of St.John-at-Hackney]
John ORD, William DENNIS, George GREENWOOD, Thomas LUCAS, Joseph FRANKLAND, Esqs. [Trustees of Spurstowe's Charity] of the first part
II Chester CHESTON
Samuel FOX [Churchwardens]
John BARBER, Samuel MORLEY, Conrad LODDIGES, Henry BATEMAN, John Joseph TANNER, Philip Smith DUVAL, William TURNER, Henry TAYLOR, Esqs. [other Trustees of Spurstowe's Charity] of the second part.
III Thomas WILKINSON of Botolph Wharf, Lower Thames Street, and No.5 Portland Place, Lower Clapton, Esq. of the third part
IV Parties agree to exchange parcels of land as indicated on attached plan (i.e. near Grove Place Hackney) and to make and repair a new road, etc. from the parcels of land to Church Street. [Graham Road]

Memorandum AGREEMENT  M202  2 Sept. 1865

Contents:
[Duplicate]
I Thomas Wilkinson, of Botolph Wharf, Wharfinger, of the first part
II The Bishops of London and Winchester, the Archbishop of Dublin and the Archdeacon of Maidstone of the second part
III Whereas by an indenture of mortgage also dated 2 Sept. 1865, between the parties of this agreement, for a consideration of £30,000 paid by the second part to Thomas Wilkinson, the said Thomas Wilkinson grants as a security to the second part
IV all the wharf or quay known as Botolph Wharf, etc. Lower Thames St., City
V £30,000 more still to be advanced by instalments when an outlay of £7,500 at least, and within 2 years, shall have been put by Thomas Wilkinson towards rebuilding the said wharf.
Conditions for the further advancements

Deed of ENFRANCHISEMENT  M203  30 Oct. 1866

Contents:
I Charles Amherst Daniel TYSSEN of Northwold, Norfolk, Esq. Francis Samuel Daniel TYSSEN of Sandgate, Kent., Esq. of the first part
II William Amhurst Tyssen AMHURST of Didlington Hall, Norfolk, Esq., of the second part
III Thomas WILKINSON, Esq. of Botolph Wharf and of Portland Place, Lower Clapton.
Whereas
By indenture 3 June 1856 between William Amhurst Tyssen Amhurst; Robert MITFORD (Rear Admiral); Margaret Susan MITFORD, Daughter; Charles Amherst Daniel TYSSEN and Francis Samuel Daniel TYSSEN; Rev. Robert Mitford TAYLOR and Dr. James DUNSMURE; Rev. Edmund ANTROBUS and Charles Selby BIGGE: (being the marriage settlement between William Amhurst Tyssen Amhurst and Margaret Susan Mitford) all the manor of Hackney called Kingshold was granted by William Amhurst Tyssen Amhurst to the said Charles Amherst Daniel TYSSEN and Francis Samuel Daniel TYSSEN to the use of the said William Amhurst Tyssen Amhurst, with licence to enfranchise
And Thomas WILKINSON is tenant - since 14 February 1855 - of the messuage and land, formerly in the occupation of Sir John MUSGROVE Baronet, on the West side of Church Street, bounded South by 1) premises late of Thomas MILES, John BARNEY and Thomas GARDNER, then of William ELLIOTT; North in part by premises late of Margaret ROBINSON Railway, Samuel CRICKNIER, Messrs. GREEN & BRANSCOMBE: and [...] (match) by Brook Place, late of Edward Charles YATES and since of William George FISH and Augustus Thomas FISH (Plan on Court Rolls Book 10 Page 357). West Wilkinson, formerly Nelme/Chinery, Ditto part of North
Thomas WILKINSON pays £50 and is duly enfranchised.

RECEIVERSHIP DEED  M204  20 Oct. 1871

Contents:
I First part. Thomas WILKINSON, of Botolph Wharf, Esq.
II Second part. William Henry BARRY, of 7 Birchin Lane, City. Stockbroker.
III Third part. Thomas GRUEBER and James COOPER, both of Billiter Street, City. Gents.
IV Whereas Thomas WILKINSON assures by way of Mortgage to William Henry BARRY the properties as described in the Schedules following.
V Now in pursuance of the said agreement
Thomas GRUEBER and James COOPER
Are appointed receivers of the rents and profits of the said properties and are to pay interest to William Henry BARRY etc.
The Schedules
FIRST PART.
Botolph Wharf.
SECOND PART.
Mortgaged to William Henry BARRY, subject to incumbrances-Marian MILLER George TAVENER- [...] George Streater KEMPSON George Fred. WHITE Charles Samuel MILLER.
1. Piece of land West of the shops of
Thomas GRILLS linen-draper
Frederick BAX corn-chandler
Thomas William JELLEY fringe maker [i.e. Nos. 317-21] etc.
2. Land and garden & conservatory South of North London Railway, bounded East by a house (entrance in Brook Place, Mare Street) formerly belonging to William GREEN, now to North London Railway Company, and by the garden of 331 Mare Street (the property of Thomas Wilkinson, in the occupation of William George and Augustine Thomas FISH, pawnbrokers).
2a A piece of land on the extreme North West corner of (2) bounded North by the North London Railway Company, and North West by land late of William George Tyssen Daniel Tyssen, then of the North London Railway Co., then of the Hackney Pension Society;... West by land belonging to Trustees of Spurstowe's Charity.
4. Part of Gravel Pit Field, 3 acres +, South of 6 and 2a and West of No. 12 Grove Place ...
5. A piece of land 127' East to West, 15' North to South, at South East corner of (4).
6. A piece of land, 2 roods +, being the eastern most part of 1 acre +, the rest of which was exchanged for (7) with the Spurstowe Trustees. Three pieces of land... intersecting (6)
THIRD PART. 2 pieces of land in Mare Street where 2 houses formerly stood, the North of which was bought by Thomas Wilkinson from the Misses CROOK, and the South from Rev. Charles Spencer ELLICOTT (also the next house South). These were numbered 323, 325, 327.
FOURTH PART. Nos. 1-12 Grove Place ...
Incumbrances: Marian Miller, William Penny BROOKES and Andrew Good BROOKES.
FIFTH PART. No. 331 Mare Street: purchased by Thomas Wilkinson from Sir John MUSGROVE Bart.
SIXTH PART. No. 317 Mare Street; house, shop etc. leased to Thomas Grills, Linen-draper, for 21 years from 29 Sept. 1862.

MORTGAGE  M205  20 Oct. 1871

Contents:
[Endorsed with note of RECONVEYANCE, 26 Sept. 1873]
1. FIRST PART Thomas WILKINSON Esq.
SECOND PART William Henry BARRY, of Birchin Lane, City, Stockbroker.
3. WHEREAS By Indenture of 22 February 1867 made between
Thomas Wilkinson and
John SOWARD, Jr., William Druce PICKERING, and John FREEBODY the premises afterwards described were assured to the use of the said John Soward Jr. etc. and also
- By Indenture of 13 October 1869 made between
Thomas Wilkinson and
William Penny BROOKES and Andrew Good BROOKES,
Were granted to the said William Penny Brookes, etc. and
- By Indenture of 6 April 1871 made between
John SOWARD Jr. etc. and
Marian MILLER, George Tavener MILLER, George Streater KEMPSON, George Frederick WHITE and Charles Samuel MILLER were granted to the said Marian Miller, etc. and
- By Indenture of 20 October 1871 for a consideration of £5000, to be repaid 20 January 1872 at £6% p.a., were granted subject to the other mortgages to William Henry BARRY
NOW this Indenture witnesses the securing of the loan by the mortgage to William Henry Barry of
5. Nos. 1-12, Grove Place, Hackney, also land under Silvester Row ...

AGREEMENT for apportionment of rent  M206  2 July 1873

Contents:
[2 copies]
1. FIRST PART Thomas WILKINSON, of 5 Portland Place, Lower Clapton, Esq.
2. SECOND PART Marian MILLER, of Elmstead Lodge, Nr. Chislehurst; widow.
George Taverner MILLER, of Millbank Street, Westminster, Esq.
George Streater KEMPSON, of Abingdon Street, Westminster, Esq.
George Frederick WHITE, of Millbank Street, Westminster, Esq., and
Charles Samuel Miller, of King Street, St. James Square, Esq.
3. THIRD PART William George FISH, of 14 Church Street, Hackney; Pawnbroker, and Harriet FISH
FOURTH PART North London Railway Company.
WHEREAS By Indenture of 30 January 1844 made between Henry Francis GADSDEN and William George FISH and Augustine Thomas FISH
The properties [as in PLAN in margin-land West of Church Street] were demised to the said William George FISH and Augustine Thomas FISH for 31 years from 25 December 1843 at £50 p.a.
And
- Which land is now required by the North London Railway Company
- And the reversion is now vested in [Second Part above]
- And whereas William George FISH and Harriet FISH are now entitled to the interests of William George FISH and Augustine Thomas FISH
NOW these presents witness that by virtue of the North London Railway Act 1871, it is agreed that the yearly rent reserved by the recited Lease shall from 25 December 1872 be apportioned thus:
- For the land as shown in the plan, ld. per annum
- For the residue of the properties as described in the recited
Lease, £54.19.11d. per annum.
Witnesses: (include)
Octavius Charles Legge WILKINSON, of 5, Portland Place, Lower Clapton.

LEASE  M207  25 April 1875

Contents:
1. FIRST PART Thomas WILKINSON, 5 Portland Place, Esq.
2. SECOND PART James Richard PALMER, 27 Rushmore Road, Clapton, Gent.
3. This Indenture witnesses that:
Thomas Wilkinson assigns to James Richard Palmer, for 21 years from 25 December 1875 at £185 p.a.
4. All that newly-erected messuage shop and premises No.321 in Mare Street, at the corner of Graham Road, South side [PLAN in margin]

RELEASE of COVENANTS IN MORTGAGE  M208  11 June 1874

Contents:
1. First part - Rt. Hon. and Most Rev. Archibald Campbell
Archbishop of Canterbury
- Rt. Rev. Charles Richard Bishop Summer
- Most Rev. Richard Chevenix Lord Archbishop of Dublin
- Venerable Benjamin Harrison Archdeacon of Maidstone
2. Second part Thomas WILKINSON, of 5 Portland Place, Clapton, Esq.
3. Whereas By Indenture of Mortgage of 2 Sept. 1865 made between the first and second parts, the first part granted to Thomas Wilkinson £30,000 and he assigned to their use
4. The wharf known as Botolph Wharf, Lower Thames Street.
5. Subject to a proviso for redemption... and
6. Whereas By Indenture of Purchase of 29 Sept. 1873 Thomas Wilkinson sold the wharf for a consideration of £31,054.11.10d. to
Frederick John BESLEY
Charles Robert BESLEY
Edward BESLEY and
Adam WILSON and
7. Whereas By Indenture of Mortgage of 29 Sept. 1873 between the parties as in (6), the use of the wharf was conveyed to Thomas Wilkinson,
8. Now Thomas Wilkinson is released from the covenants contained in the Mortgage described in (3)

AGREEMENT giving building permission.  M209  23 Dec. 1875

Contents:
1. First part John McDONALD of 1, Grove Place, Hackney
2. Second part Wilhelmina Frederica Elizabeth Sophia NORRIS of Anglesey, nr. Gosport, Widow.
Thomas BUTLER of Bury Lodge, nr. Horndean, Southampton, Esq; late Lieutenant Col. in H. N. Army.
Robert Fitzerald GAMBIER of Anglesey, Admiral in the Royal Navy.
3. Third part William BROOKS of Mistley, Essex.
4. Fourth part Walter Turnbull ALLEN of 12, Grove Place, Hackney.
5. Fifth part Thomas WILKINSON of 5, Portland Place, Lower Clapton, Esq.
6. Whereas By Indenture of Lease of 9 June 1848 Thomas Wilkinson granted to James YOUNG of 12, Grove Place, Hackney, Esq.
7. All that piece of land with messuage, No.12 Grove Place, for 38 years from 25 March 1852, and
8. Whereas By Indenture of lease of 23 April 1850
Between
(First part) Mary Louisa ALLNUTT Widow
Sir Charles Rugge PRICE Bart.
Arthur James PRICE
(Second part) Rev. Timothy WILDBORE
Richard THOMAS
(Third part) Anne BURGESS Widow
Mary BURGESS Spinster
Lydia MORTLOCK Widow
Sarah BURGESS Spinster
The first party leased to the third party for 38 years from 25 March 1852.
9. All that piece of land with messuage, No. 1 Grove Place and
10. Whereas By Indenture of Lease of 31 Dec. 1850
Between
(First part) - as first part of (8) and
(Second part) Rev. Vicesimus McGie TORRIANO
Francis Norman
The first party leased to the second party for 58 years from 25 March 1852.
11. All that piece of land with messuages No. 3 Grove Place, and
12. Whereas by three Indentures of Lease of 20 April 1853 the said Thomas Wilkinson leased to (second part of 10 above) for 38 years from 25 March 1852.
13. All those three pieces of land with three tenements Nos. 6, 7 and 10 Grove Place, and
14. Whereas by four Indentures of Lease of 30 April 1862 the said Thomas Wilkinson leased to (2) above for 38 years from 25 March 1852
15. All those four pieces of land with four tenements Nos. 4, 5, 8 and 9 Grove Place, and
16. Whereas all the interest of the lessee of (6) above is now vested in the said Walter Turnbull Allen; and of the lessors of (8) above in the said Thomas Wilkinson, and of the lessees of (8) above in the said James MACDONALD; and of the lessors of (10) above is now vested in the said Thomas Wilkinson, and of the lessees of (10) and (12) above in the said William Brooks
And
17. Whereas Thomas Wilkinson is the owner in fee of the land North of the pieces described above, to which land there has been attached a building restriction for the duration of the leases.
18. Now, in consideration of the use by the lessees of the roads to be built by Thomas Wilkinson, esq; they withdraw the restriction in favour of building (as in the accompanying PLAN).

DEED OF DISCLAIMER  M210  11 March 1893

Contents:
1. Andrew GOOD BROOKES of the Council House, Shrewsbury, Surgeon. sends greeting.
2. Whereas Thomas WILKINSON late of 5. Portland Place, Lower Clapton, deceased, made his Will 11th Nov. 1874 and bequeathed all the residue of his estate etc.
To
3. His wife Anne WILKINSON
His brother-in-law William Penny BROOKES
The said Andrew Good BROOKES and
Nathaniel Newnham DAVIS
[Who are also executors of the Will]
4. And by a Codicil of 26 April 1876 revoked the appointment of William Penny Brookes as executor and trustee, and instead appointed his son
Rev. Algernon Francis Legge WILKINSON
5. And whereas
Thomas Wilkinson died 2 Mar. 1881 and the Will was proved 23 April 1881
6. Now these presents witness that the said Andrew Good Brookes refuses to act as trustee or executor and disclaims any interest in or power over the real or personal estates of Thomas Wilkinson.

Counterpart LEASE  M211  24 Dec. 1841

Contents:
? Clapton Common (see M217)
1. First part. William DOWLER of The Hermitage, St.Marychurch, Torquay, Gent.
2. Second part. Frederick James CATLING of Upper Clapton, gent.
3. LEASES For 21 years from 25 March 1842 at a yearly rent of £82.5.0. all that piece of land at [...] Springfield [etc.]
PLAN East of Stamford Hill & Clapton Road [...]
4. INVENTORY of fixtures

Counterpart of Lease  M212  3 Jan 1863

Contents:
Clapton Common (?) see M217
1. William DOWLER as supra.
2. John JOHNSON of Upper Clapton, Esq.
3. LEASES for 21 years from 21 March 1863 at £82.5.0. Similar to M211... West Springfield. PLAN (Upper Clapton Road)
4. INVENTORY of fixtures
Endorsed: Assignment to Joseph Clarke of Imperial Gas Works Haggerston Engineer.

CONVEYANCE  M213  18 Dec 1878

Contents:
1. London and Suburban Land & Building Co. Ltd.
2. John Geo. CARMICHAEL of 17 Cambridge Street, Hackney Road, gent.
(As the result of a public auction [n.d.]) for the consideration of £180 all those four pieces of land on the East side of Overbury Street. Lower Clapton PLAN
Abstract of title: [...]
i) MAY 1849
Attested copy of indenture of release between: CHRISTOPHER ALDERSON ALDERSON, WILLIAM LLOYD ALDERSON FAHNY ALDERSON ALDERSON, KITTY ALDERSON, ALDERSON and MARGARET ALDERSON ALDERSON and SAMUEL AMORY
AND
ii) 2 OCTOBER 1850
Attested copy of indenture:
KITTY A. ALDERSON 1st Part
And
BERESFORD SCOTT 2nd Part
And
WILLIAM LLOYD ALDERSON, JAMES ALFRED HALLETT and MARCUS TRAVERS of the 3rd Part.
iii) 2 OCTOBER 1850
Attested copy of indenture:
WILLIAM LLOYD ALDERSON, J.A. HALLETT and MARCUS TRAVERS of the 1st Part and
KITTY ALDERSON ALDERSON, of the 2nd Part
And
BERESFORD SCOTT 3rd Part
iv) 29 JANUARY 1851
Attested copy of indenture:
FANNY ALDERSON ALDERSON (1st Part)
HENRY BAKER 2nd Part and
WILLIAM LLOYD ALDERSON, REV. HARVEY ATKYNS BROWNE and MARCUS TRAVERS of the 3rd Part
v) 29 JANUARY 1851
Another copy... between the same partners
vi) 20 DECEMBER 1864
LEASE: CHRISTOPHER ALDERSON ALDERSON to SAMUEL BRANDON
vii) 31 DECEMBER 1866
Indenture between:
CHRISTOPHER ALDERSON ALDERSON 1st Part
WILLIAM LLOYD ALDERSON 2nd Part
MARGARET ALDERSON ALDERSON 3rd Part
WILLIAM LLOYD ALDERSON [the said].
JAME ALFRED HALLETT and MARCUS TRAVERS of the 4th Part.
HENRY BAKER 5th Part
WILLIAM LLOYD ALDERSON
HARVEY ATKYNS-BROWNE and MARCUS TRAVERS of the 6th part. The Company [as in 1 above]
viii) 31 DECEMBER 1866
A Bond upon CHRISTOPHER ALDERSON ALDERSON, WILLIAM LLOYD ALDERSON and MARGARET ALDERSON ALDERSON to the Company.
ix) 21 MAY 1867
Lease: the Company to Samuel BRANDON
x) 30 MAY 1867
Mortgage: the Company to Charles BROOK and EDWARD ARMITAGE
xi) 31 MAY 1869
Further charge between the same parties
xii) 12 MAY 1869
Surrender: Samuel BRANDON to the Company
xiii) 24 JUNE 1876
Re-conveyance: Edward ARMITAGE to the Company

CONVEYANCE  M214  3 FEB. 1880

Contents:
1. First part John George CARMICHAEL of 17, Great Cambridge Street, Hackney Road; Sieve Manufacturer.
2. Second part Charles JACOMB of 61, Noorgate Street, City, Woolbroker.
3. Whereas By Indenture of 29 June 1878 between The London and Suburban Land & Building Co.Ltd. (first part) and John George Carmichael (second part), John George Carmichael was granted a piece of ( [...] ) land in Overbury Street (PLAN in margin); and by Indenture of 18 December 1878 another piece in Overbury Street (also in margin).
And
4. Whereas John George Carmichael has agreed to the sale of the said 2 pieces of land to Charles Jacomb for [...]
Now these present witness the absolute sale.
Endorsed: "MEMORANDUM. A portion of the within mentioned land was in the month of February 1883 conveyed to the Ecclesiastical Commissioners who have the right to the production of this Deed".

CONVEYANCE  M215  3 Feb. 1880

Contents:
1. First part John George CARMICHAEL of 17. Great Cambridge Street, Hackney Road; Sieve Manufacturer.
2. Second part Charles JACOMB of 61, Moorgate Street, City, Woolbroker.
3. Whereas By Indenture of 27 June 1878 between The London and Suburban Land & Building Co.Ltd. (first part) and John George Carmichael (second part), John George Carmichael was granted a piece of land in Overbury Street immediately [...] of the property in M214 (PLAN in margin), and
4. Whereas [as (4) above, M214] - for £368
5. As (5) M214.
Endorsed: MEMORANDUM as in M214
And: "Note: Part of the property comprised in the within written Indenture has been conveyed to The Revd. B. M. KITSON and others by Indenture dated the 9th day of June 1880: and by the same Indenture the within named Charles Jacomb has covenanted to produce the within written Indenture".

CONVEYANCE  M216  18 June 1880

Contents:
1. First part The London and Suburban Land & Building Co.
2. Second part Alfred BRIDGMAN of 108, Golden Lane, Packing Case Maker.
3. Third part Charles JACOMB of 61, Moorgate Street, City, Wool Broker.
4. Whereas By Public Auction Alfred Bridgman bought for £540
5. All those 12 pieces of land in Pedro Street [PLAN in margin], and Nos.331-342 (West side, at Little [...]
6. Whereas (2) has agreed that (3) should for £460 be substituted for him, and acknowledges receipt of £1000 in all, the Company and (2) confirm to (3) the lands as in (5) above.
SCHEDULE (Abstract of title) Covenanted to be produced
i. 17 April 1849
Attested copy Statutory Indenture of Release between Christopher Alderson ALDERSON, William Lloyd ALDERSON, Fanny Alderson ALDERSON, Kitty Alderson ALDERSON, and Margaret Alderson ALDERSON (first part) and Samuel AMORY (second part).
ii. 2 October 1850
Attested copy Indenture between the said Katherine Alderson ALDERSON (first part), Beresford SCOTT (second part) and William Lloyd ALDERSON, James Alfred HALLETT and Marcus TRAVERS (third part).
iii. 2 October 1850
Attested copy Indenture between William Lloyd ALDERSON, James Alfred HALLETT and Marcus TRAVERS (first part), Kitty Alderson ALDERSON (second part) and Beresford SCOTT (third part).
iv. 29 January 1851
Attested copy Indenture between Fanny Alderson ALDERSON (first part), Henry BAKER (second part) and William Lloyd ALDERSON, Rev. Harvey Atkins PROWNE, and Marcus TRAVERS (third part).
v. 29 January 1851
As (iv)
vi. 20 December 1864 and etc.
[As M213 vi - xiii]
Endorsed: Memorandum [as M214]
And Memorandum [as M214 but... "May 1886"]

Counterpart of LEASE  M217  25 March 1884

Contents:
1. John JOHNSON of Elmfield, Upper Clapton, Esq.
2. Benjamin Michael TITE of Orville Lodge, Upper Clapton, Esq.
3. Lease for 21 years from 25 March 1884 for £250 and yearly rent of £82.5.0. of Crint Lodge. No.8 Clapton Common.
SCHEDULE. of fixtures.

LEASE  M218  24 June 1833

Contents:
1. JANE WOWEN of Hurst, Berks. widow.
2. William THURLBY of Shepherds Lane, Hackney, Brewer.
3. 25 years from 24 June 1833.
4. £20 p.a.
5. Messuage in Grove Street.
[Built thereon "The Albion Brewery"] - vide M219

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE.  M219  1 January 1840

Contents:
1. William THURLBY of Grove Street, Hackney, Brewer.
2. William DUPREE of Hackney, gent.
3. Remainder
4. £20 p.a.
5. Messuage etc. as above, now built "The Albion Brewery".

CONVEYANCE  M220  4 July 1843

Contents:
1. Malcolm Douglas CROSBIE, nephew of CURRIE late of Lower Belgrave Place (now Gillingham Street, Pimlico, gent.) and others.
2. James EVANS of Upper King Street, Gold Refiner and Creditors Assignee. George GIBSON, Basinghall Street, official assignee of the estate and effects of NIEL JAMES CURRIE, Bankrupt. (nephew of Malcolm Currie)
3. Thomas DUPREE of Providence Row, Hackney, gent.
4. William DUPREE, Grove Street ...
5. WHEREAS (i) by lease and release of 25th and 26th June, 1822, release was made between John WALLS and Robert WOOD of the 1st Part; Thomas ALLEN of the 2nd Part; John CARTER ALLEN of the 3rd Part; [Revd.] John MANNING and the said John WALLS of the 4th Part, and Hannah BATHO and John ELY of the 5th Part and MALCOLM CURRIE of the 6th Part
By that release, Malcolm CURRIE received subject to life [...] interest of Jane WOWEN, since deceased.
(ii) Also lease and release of 26th and 27th June 1822 between MALCOLM CURRIE [etc.] to JOHN MANNING and JOHN WALLS (mortgage)
(iii) [etc.] 2nd mortgage
(iv) [etc.] Assignment of mortgage.
(v) John Manning died March 1826 ...
(vi) Lease and release of June 1834 between
1) Malcolm Currie
2) Thomas Coles, Edward Goldsmid, George Carr Glynn, and Jonathan Birch, directors of the Globe Well Co.
3) John Charles DENHAM and James William FRESHFIELD.
And Malcolm CURRIE published his last Will and Testament 27 February 1834 leaving... to his brother, Donald CURRIE since deceased and to his, the testator's, nephew Malcolm Douglas CROSBIE
... AND WHEREAS
EDWARD SHERBORNE, [and others] CHARLES MANNING ALLEN, ALEX McCASKERY and MATILDA his wife (formerly Matilda ALLEN, Spinster) Discharge of mortgages
6. At a public auction of the property on 8 May 1840 it was bought by THOMAS DUPREE acting for WILLIAM DUPREE
Etc. Dwellinghouse, outbuildings & brewhouse, (Albion Brewery), west side of Grove Street [34-36 now]
PLAN

Covenant to produce certain documents  M221  4 July 1843

Contents:
1. MALCOLM DOUGLAS CROSBIE [as before M221]
2. WILLIAM DUPREE of Grove Street, Brewer.
Schedule 1 October 1792
(1) Articles of Agreement
(i) JOHN CARTER ALLEN
(ii) THOMAS ALLEN, Esq.
(iii) CATHERINE MATILDA MANNING
(iv) Revd. JOHN MANNING & CHARLES MANNING.
(2) 28 November 1817
(i) Release, between JANE WOWEN
(ii) THOMAS ALLEN and CATHERINE MATILDA, his wife, formerly Catherine Matilda Manning, Spinster.
(iii) JOHN CARTER ALLEN
(iv) JOHN STEVENS
(v) JAMES HULME and the Revd. JOHN MANNING.
(vi) WICKINS HODGES
(3) Hilary Term 58 Geo III [i.e. 1818?]
Exemplification of recovery
Others mentioned ISAAC BATHO, [etc.]
HENRY DANCE, RICHARD PITTMAN, ELIZA ANN CROSBIE [nee ?] ELIZA ANN COLBURN, HENRY COLBURN, FLORA CROSBIE

Mortgage  M222  5 February 1856

Contents:
1. WILLIAM DUPREE
2. BENJAMIN SMITH OF HIGHBURY, Esq.
Etc.
3. The Brew House in Grove Street "Albion Tavern"

Transfer of Mortgage  M223  12 September 1857

Contents:
1. Benjamin Smith to the Trustees.

Mortgage  M224  January 1861

Contents:
i. William Dupree
ii. John GILL of No.2 New London Street City
... "All that messuage known as the "Albion", partly occupied by Edward MICHELL".

Marriage Settlement  M225  30 December 1871

Contents:
Marriage between HENRY WATKINS and ELIZA DUPREE
Grove Street properties granted to Alexander PURVIS and Enoch FENTON.

Deeds of George and Robert Westrup  M226  1868-1895

Deed Poll of Disclaimer  M226(i)  30 November 1868

Contents:
George WESTRUP formerly of 150 Whitechapel Road - flower factor, late of Cookly, Suffolk, gent. died
Leaving Will dated 24 June 1867 bequesting all his property to his son, Robert John WESTRUP and his friend Robert WESTRUP SALMON.
See also M226 (iv)
Note M226 (i-xii)
These documents were included in BRA 1038 and bear by implication on The Albion Brewery vide M218-225 through WESTRUP of Whitechapel later of South Hackney.
M226(i) See after M224

COPY MEMORIAL of demise of right of way  M226(ii)  18 August 1859

Contents:
Between
Whitechapel only - MR. GEORGE WESTRUP of (150 Whitechapel Road) to Mr. Llewellyn Llewellyn (of 152 Whitechapel Road)

Declaration  M226(iii)  20 July 1863

Contents:
"I, Joseph QUICK, of Summer Street, Southwark, Civil Engineer, declare I am not the person referred to in the obligations made to Her Majesty on 30 July 1862" [etc.]

Will  M226(iv)  2 November 1868

Contents:
COPY OF last Will and Testament and Probate of GEORGE WESTRUP, formerly of 150 Whitechapel Road, but late of COOKLEY, Suffolk, gent.
Administration granted to his son ROBERT JOHN WESTRUP.
See also M226(i)

Mortgage  M226(v)  18 July 1873

Contents:
Further charge (i.e. MORTGAGE) to secure £300 on The Albion Tavern & Brewery.
1. ELIZA WATKINS nee DUPREE, widow of Henry Watkins of Buckhurst Hill.
2. Various, mainly of Islington.
Note: The Occupier of the Albion Thomas Robinson SCHRIER.

Declaration  M226(vi)  18 October 1875

Contents:
Declaration identifying the certificates attached, viz. made by R. G. POCOCK of No.1 Corbet Court, Gracechurch Street, clerk, testifying that he knew William DUPREE of Buckhurst Hill, etc.
1. DEATH CERTIFICATE of WILLIAM DUPREE of Buckhurst Hill 12 December 1867
2. MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE of HENRY WATKINS, widower
And 5 January 1872
ELIZA DUPREE, widow
3. DEATH CERTIFICATE of HENRY WATKINS, Forest Side, Chingford. 13 December 1872
4. MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE of HENRY LEE
And 23 September 1857
MARIA CLARENCE SMITH both of Highbury
5. DEATH CERTIFICATE of BENJAMIN SMITH of Highbury 4th April 1872
6. DEATH CERTIFICATE of HENRY CHARLES LEE, Highbury. 19th March 1875

Declaration  M226(vii)  19 November ?

Memorandum of Agreement  M226(viii)  30 July 1875

Contents:
ROBERT JOHN WESTRUP, 44 Groombridge Road, South Hackney agrees to purchase LOT I on the attached plan, i.e. all except the Tavern.

CONTRACT  M226(ix)  21 October 1889

Contents:
Between R. J. WESTRUP of Finsbury Park
And
MRS. C. S. CLARKE, wife of Robert CLARKE, licensed victualler of The Albion, Lauriston Road
Granting her the lease.

Declaration of Trust  M226(x)  17 December 1875

Contents:
... invested to answer legacies under the Will of WILLIAM DUPREE:
MRS. ELIZA WATKINS and R. J. WESTRUP with Jonathan PERRIN.
George GUT 150 Whitechapel Road, Baker.

Licence  M226(xi)  29 March 1895

Contents:
R. J. WESTRUP, Esq. and MESSRS. MICHELL & PHILLIPS to underlet a strip of ground, adjacent to the Public House.
(The occupier of the Albion Public House is CHARLES EVERDEN HOLLAND)

COPY OF THE COVENANT  M226(xii)  14 February 1900

Contents:
Against building on the small portion coloured blue in the Sale Plan of Lot 2 contained in Conveyance

LEASE  M227  24 December 1794

Contents:
Between 1. CHRISTOPHER MUNNINGS of Kingston, Surrey, Esq.
2. WILLIAM HUTCHINSON, Adam Street, Manchester Square, plaisterer.
Property 3. Parcel of ground in Kingsland Field at Dalston + messuage thereon
"East to West 78 feet and North of it [the other part of the field] is let to John ADAMS and William HUTCHINSON and extends therefrom to the road leading from Kingsland to Hackney". [North side]
[PLAN]
("Shall stub out the pollard elms and willows")
17 August 1798 (integral with above)
WILLIAM HUTCHINSON makes over the remainder of his lease to JOHN MILES.

LEASE  M228  25 March 1800

Contents:
Between 1. CHRISTOPHER MUNNINGS, Union Buildings, Hackney Road.
2. GEORGE HEAD, Dalston, gent.
Property 3. Kingsland Field East to West at the North end 162 feet 6"
North to South at West end 210'
South to East in a circular line 254'
Bounded East and South by the road from Dalston to Hackney and on the West by land of WILLIAM HUTCHINS
And North by land of MR. GRAVES Endorsed - mortgage
[PLAN]
Also = 7 October 1800 integral
GEORGE HEAD, bricklayer, sub-lets part to SAMUEL SANDERS, Homerton, gent. See (M228i)
Further details of the lease between HEAD & SANDERS.

LEASE  M229  1 December 1800

Contents:
Between 1. JOHN MILES of Southwark, gent.
2. THOMAS HODGES, Newington Green, gent.
Property 3. Eastern part of the M227 property, with a brick messuage
(Pencilled plan on dorse)

Four Part of INDENTURE of Underlease.  M230  25 April 1805

Contents:
Between 1. JOSEPH INMAN, Stock Exchange, gent, demises to Linton by direction of Head & Hardy.
2. GEORGE HEAD, Dalston, bricklayer.
3. THOMAS HARDY, Dalston, gent.
4. JOHN LINTON, Stock Exchange, gent.
Property to 4, a piece of ground and messuage, part of the M228 property (to the west of the road)
See also M233
47 years from Ladyday last.

Assignment of Lease.  M231  26 October 1822

Contents:
Between 1. CHRISTOPHER THORPE, Treasury, Whitehall, gent.
Executor of the Will of FRANCES MILES of Fulham, widow.
2. JOHN SAUNDERS of Bath Place, Dalston.
Property As M227 [parcel of ground in Kingsland Field etc.] & messuages thereon
i. JOHN MILES WILL dated December 1802 (probably P.C.C. 21 November 1817) leaving all his goods, chattels etc. to his widow.
ii. FRANCES MILES by her Will [probably P.C.C. 21 May 1822] directed her executors to sell all her estates, [etc.] in consequence of which this piece of land was sold by Public Auction 15 August 1822 to John Saunders for £425.5.0. (Assignment of M227 lease)

WILLIAM CASTERTON; Copy Will & Probate  M232  [n.d.]

Contents:
Will dated 16 February 1809 Probate 26 September 1829
William CASTERTON gent of Dalston and of the Stock Exchange appointed his wife SARAH CASTERTON as executrix and beneficiary.

Lease  M233  [n.d.]

Contents:
Between 1. SARAH CASTERTON, widow [etc.] of Dalston, formerly of Cross Street, Islington.
2. JAMES WILLIAM CASTERTON, her son, of Dalston.
Property the same
i. [By Assignment of August 1805, between JOSEPH INMAN and WILLIAM CASTERTON, the lease was released to CASTERTON].
ii. CASTERTON under-leased [etc.]
Witnessed by: James TYRIE [?]
Of Stamford Hill

Settlement and Copy Settlement  M234  19 August 1839

Contents:
1. HENRY BUMSTEAD, 11 Bath Place, Dalston, gent
And
ALICE, his wife, late ALICE CASTERTON
[Daughter of Sarah see M235]
2. HENRY DITCHBURN, Gravesend, Esq.
And
JOHN SAUNDERS of 9 Bath Place, gent
And
JAMES TYRIE, Stamford Hill, Stockbroker
Whereas [Henry and Alice recently married and a Settlement being effected £1,215.2.0.], the Trustees in (2) above are nominated to manage the estate in this sum [stocks, shares, etc.]

Settlement  M235  8 January 1847

Contents:
1. SARAH CASTERTON of Bath Place, Dalston, widow
2. CHARLES DIXON of Stanstead Park, Sussex, Esq.
3. i. SARAH CASTERTON aforesaid
ii. WILLIAM CASTERTON, son [? see M233] of 1 Angel Court, Throgmorton Street, Stockbroker.
iii. JAMES TYRIE, Stamford Hill, gent.
Whereas on this date Sarah Casterton has transferred from her own name to the joint names of WILLIAM CASTERTON and JAMES TYRIE £2905.15.3. Bank annuities.
CHARLES DIXON, brother of Sarah and uncle of Alice (wife of Henry) BUMSTEAD transfer to Sarah additionally £2000... Sterling.
Conjoined with
9 April 1862
"I, ALICE ROGERS, of Alma Terrace, Dalston, formerly wife of NATHANIEL ROGERS of 10 Barton Street, Westminster. Doctor of Medicine ..." Henry Bumstead died 12 July 1849 and his widow married NATHANIEL ROGERS 1 January 1856 and her mother SARAH CASTERTON died 30 January 1862 and JAMES TYRIE is the surviving Trustee [M234]
Alice, having 3 surviving sons: CHARLES WILLIAM BUMSTEAD
WILLIAM CASTERTON BUMSTEAD
FRANCIS DIXON BUMSTEAD
ALICE SARAH BUMSTEAD
All minors, directed by deed polled and her daughter that her funds should go to her children.
[This document was put in evidence in the later [2] Actions in Chancery].
Administration 25 August 1849 M235(iii)
Constitutes ALICE BUMSTEAD widow as Administratrix of the Estate of HENRY BUMSTEAD.

MEMORANDUM  M236  [n.d.]

Contents:
re administration of Estate of JAMES W. CASTERTON deceased at BEKLEY, Kent.

Duplicate Assignment  M237  14 JANUARY 1858

Contents:
1. CATHERINE NORRIS Glos.
2. JOHN SAUNDERS, Beaufort House, Clifton Down, Glos. Esq.
3. SARAH CASTERTON, 11 Bath Place, Dalston.
Whereas by lease 14 March 1854 between MARY ROSE[?] widow and JOHN (FREEMAN) SAUNDERS of the 2nd part, father of CATHARINE NORRIS and JOHN SAUNDERS[mistakenly called JOHN SAUNDERS instead of JOHN FREEMAN SAUNDERS.]
Property All that piece of ground... known as No.9 Bath Place [i.e. the land as hitherto] and JOHN FREEMAN SAUNDERS by his Will December 1838 appointed his widow as executrix, bequeathing in trust for his daughter CATHERINE NORRIS £8333... and died 31 March 1857. His wife Alice, being of unsound mind, the administration was granted to his daughter CATHERINE NORRIS. A Chancery Suit was filed by Alice Saunders in the person of her "next friend" THOMAS MITCHELL SHADWELL against the grant of the Administration of her husband's estate to his daughter.
The Master of the Rolls ordered 14 November [1857] that the leasehold estates be sold, etc.

INDENTURE  M238  11 JUNE 1859

Contents:
1. SARAH CASTERTON, 11 Bath Place, Dalston, widow.
2. HENRY SAMUEL BUMSTEAD, Alma Terrace, gent. and grandson of the said SARAH CASTERTON
[Recites i. lease of 14 March 1854 - MARY ROSE widow and JOHN FREEMAN SAUNDERS
ii. JOHN FREEMAN SAUNDERS' Will December 1838].
[See M237]
Property 9 Bath Place, Dalston.

APPOINTMENT  M239  8 MAY 1860

Contents:
SARAH CASTERTON widow of WILLIAM CASTERTON, gent... [appoints ½ of ¼th part of £2206.11.11d. [Stock] in trust for James William CASTERTON and ½ of ¼th part of the same to Alice ROGERS.
[See M235]

Settlement  M240  14 DECEMBER 1861

Contents:
Of Sarah CASTERTON to James TYRIE [and others] for the benefit of the grandchildren
Henry Ditchburn of Gravesend. John [F?] Saunders.
2. 12 MARCH 1862
Deed of disclaimer. Nathaniel ROGERS to James TYRIE
Nathaniel Rogers, 10 Barton Street, Westminster, Doctor of Medicine.
James Tyrie, [formerly Stamford Hill] 1 Albert Terrace, Dalston.

Declaration of Trust  M241  27 MARCH 1862

Contents:
[Casterton, etc.]

Release & Indemnity  M242  12 June 1862

Contents:
Between 1. Dr. Nathaniel ROGERS and Mrs. Alice ROGERS, 2 Alma Terrace, Dalston.
2. James William CASTERTON, of Bath Place, Esq.

Appointment  M243  24 November 1863

Contents:
By Mrs. Alice ROGERS in favour of Mary Ann DEAN, widow, 4 Bath Place.
Recites Will of James W. CASTERTON, who left James TYRIE as his Trustee for Mary Ann DEAN.

Deed of Allowance of Accounts and Indemnity  M244  16 January 1864

Contents:
Between 1. Alice ROGERS, Combe Lodge, Surbiton, Surrey, Wife of Nathaniel ROGERS of Westminster.
2. James TYRIE of Rose Villa, Bexley Heath, Esq.

Apportionment  M245  26 July 1865

Contents:
Apportionment Consols and annuities under the Will of CHARLES DIXON, Esq.
[See M235(i)]
1. Alice ROGERS, Stoneley Villa, Clapham.
2. Alice Sarah BUMSTEAD of Stoneley Villa, Spinster and others, Trustees of Charles Dixon's Will.
On trust for Sarah CASTERTON'S children. (1) Provides for making it over after her death to (2).

MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT  M246  17 April 1867

Contents:
1. MARY ANN DEAN, No.2 Casterton Villas, Plumstead, widow.
2. WILLIAM TOPLEY, 128 Crescent Road, Plumstead, of the Tower London, Viewer.
3. JOHN CAMPBELL BUMSTEAD, 86 Lower Thames Street, Merchant and WILLIAM CASTERTON BUMSTEAD of Stoneley Villa.
The marriage to be between (1) and (2) above.
Regarding Property in Plumstead
Also Duplicate Settlement.

WILL & PROBATE  M247  11 May 1869

Contents:
Will 4th June 1868 Testator: WILLIAM CASTERTON BUMSTEAD, Stoneley Villa, gent.
Executor: JOHN CAMPBELL BUMSTEAD, 86 Lower Thames Street, merchant.
£50 to Executor.
Remainder - to his brother FRANCIS DIXON BUMSTEAD
To his sister ALICE SARAH BUMSTEAD
Wife of JOHN CAMPBELL BUMSTEAD

WILL and PROBATE of JOHN SAUNDERS, Esq. of St. Anne's Villa, Burnham, Somerset.  M248  6 April 1868

Contents:
Executors: [Friends]
i. JOHN NESBITT MALLISON, 1 Austin Friars, gent.
ii. THOMAS MORGAN, St. Clements House, Clements Lane, City, merchant.
Each £1500
WILLIAM DARK, Servant. £500
JAMES COURTENAY, Servant. £500
Brother-in-Law, WILLIAM COLEBROOK STOCKDALE, £10,000 and an annuity.
Natural sons, resident in France.
House to his daughter HARRIET ELLEN ARMSTRONG
[Etc.]
Probate 6 October 1869

Release of life interest in the funds in Court in suits  M249  12 January 1925

Contents:
Between
1. Francis Dixon Bumstead, Cannock, Staffs, Esq.
And
2. i. Ada Casterton Nichols, Wife of William Henry Nichols of Craignish, Cannock.
And ii. Alice Mary Bumstead, of Cannock, Spinster.

INDENTURE OF APPRENTICESHIP  M250  15 Oct. 1821

Contents:
Matthew WHITEHEAD, s. of James Whitehead, of Shoreditch, Silversmith,
To: JOHN DORTON of Bethnal Green, weaver.
For seven years.
Sum: three pounds
Paid by: Treas. of Shoreditch Boys Charity School.

INDENTURE OF APPRENTICESHIP  M251  12 Mar 1862

Contents:
William CHANNON, 4 Artillery Street, Horsley-down
To: ALFRED NEVE, Hoxton New Town, cooper
For seven years.

HOLOGRAPH LETTER.  M252  21 May 1864

Contents:
DODD(S?) John R., Stoke Newington
Inviting Friends to meet the new Pastor, Mr. G. Stevens, on 8th June.
[Baptist Chapel, Church Street, Stoke Newington]

HOLOGRAPH LETTER.  M253  24 May 1880

Contents:
HOW, Rev. William Walshaw
To [A.N. OTHER] in acknowledgment of a Church duty.
(Signed: "Wm. Walshaw Bedford, Suffragan Bishop").

Certified copy of burial entry in the Register  M254  5 May 1816

Contents:
S. JOHN-AT-HACKNEY.
SOTHEBY, William AMBROSE
Extracted 5 May 1816.
Signed: "Benj. Crook, Parish Clerk and Register Keeper."
Read "Buried August 8th 1815, aged 35 years."

MILITIA  M256  12 Dec 1861

Contents:
YOUNG, Charles Alfred
Commission as Lieutenant, 4th Tower Hamlets Rifle Volunteer Corps. (signed) Combermere, Viscount.

HARRIYOUNGE, Richard, of Hoxton. Copy of Will  M257  26 Aug. 1545

Contents:
Of prob. 5 Sept. 1545)
Witnesses: Griffith Williams, Vicar. Thomas Armarar Lawrance Serle Richard Crosse and others.
Provenance unknown - but after 1833.
To be buried in S. Margaret's Chapel, Shoreditch Church. Bequests to pious uses. Money bequests to the poor, his brothers Roger and John Harriyounge, his servants, the Company of Moneyers, Thomas Hempsted and his wife. The sign of the White Hart and an adjoining tenement without Bishopsgate, and his estate at Poplar, to Samuel Marrowe, son of Thomas Marrowe and Alice (testator's daughter). Plate to Alice's three daughters His Wife Margaret residnary legatee, and executive with Thomas Marrowe

PITFIELD VAULT  M258  6 Jul 1676

Contents:
COPY OF DEED OF COVENANT between the Vestry of the Parish of S. Leonard, Shoreditch and [Sir] Charles Pitfield.
[The Vestry grant to Pitfield the vault at the North-east end of the chancel in recognition of his annual gift of five pounds to the poor of the Parish and in further recognition of provisions of his will bequeathing two pieces of land to the Parish.]
(Signed) Wm. Rigson Wm. Joning Church Wardens Thomas Cudsden Senr. [his mark] John -. Richard Morgan [his mark] Thos. Cudsden Jnr. Will Smith. Francis East. Edw. Myles.
Also Copy Memorandum of expenses in Pitfields Gift of Land Nov 1685 - Jun 1691.
Signed by Saml. Saunders Henry Shelton Churchwardens 1692 Wm. Hornblower. Mr. Wicks. Vicar
Also a copy of the covering letter from Thomas PARR at the Grecian Coffee House, 15 Nov 1817 (presumably enclosing the Pitfield covenant.)

Letter  M259  [n.d.]

Contents:
OGAN, Albert G.
Letter to -. Stokes, Esq. requesting details of a Lecturer's Society.
Addressed from 383 Mare St. 12 Dec. 1878 Endorsed by [ -. Stokes ?] "Ansd. Dec. 17. 1878 - Glad to see him".
(This correspondence is written on reverse of a programme of Ogan's recital at the Manor Rooms, 10 Dec. 1878.)

Letter  M260  26 Feb. [1855?]

Source of acquisition: Hall, Gravesend, 7/6d. [...] 19


Contents:
FAWCETT, Henry. M.P. (1833-84)
Holograph letter to the Hon. F. Leveson Gower, M.P.
Ashs for Gowers support for his nomination of a friend for a dinner of the Political Economy club

LETTER  M261  24 Oct. 1884

Source of acquisition: Hall, Gravesend, 3/6d. 1965.


Contents:
FAWCETT, Henry M.P. (1833-84)
Authorisation for admission to the Strangers Gallery
(Signed).

Letter  M262  [n.d.]

Contents:
DICKENS, John. Stoke Newington.
Two Holograph letters to Frederick Booth, 15 New Street, Spring Gardens, Westminster, dated 9 Mar and 29 Mar 1814. concerning his house in Church Street, Stoke Newington.
(The property is described as "formerly in the occupation of Mr. Taylor")

FULLERS ALMSHOUSES  M263  [n.d.]

Contents:
Copy of letter to the Vestry of S. Leonard Shoreditch. 28 Jun 1687.
[The original appears undated but may be ascribed to c.1687. John Burgis renders his account and appends [? a copy] Deed of Covenant signed by George Kemeys, witnessed by Burgis.]

PLAN.  M264  1835

Contents:
Shoreditch Parish
Copy plan by H. Edwards, inscribed "Pitfield's alleged gift."

INFANT POOR HOUSE, ENFIELD  M265  [n.d.]

Contents:
Plan and elevation of the land and buildings of the Infant Poor House at Enfield, belonging to S. Leonard, Shoreditch.
[Undated, but not earlier than 1833]

HOXTON  M266  c.1800

Contents:
MS note copied from Stow and other sources with a hand coloured copy of the arms of Sir George Whitmore.

Hand coloured drawings of the arms of Bowyer  M267  1599

Contents:
Formerly at the Rose & Crown Blossom Street, Norton Folgate and later removed to the staircase window at Lawford Hall, near Manningtree, Essex.
[Inscribed 'F.G.E.']

Hand coloured drawings of the arms of (and quartering impaling) Bulstrode  M268  [n.d.]

Contents:
In the staircase window at Lawford Hall near Manningtree, Essex.

COVENANT TO SECURE A MORTGAGE  M269  30 Aug 1855

Contents:
1. The Rev. John Alexander Deverell Meakin, late of Downham Market, Norfolk, now of Speenhamland, Berks., clerk
2. John White of 13, Barge Yard Chambers, Bucklersbury, London, gent.
I has mortgaged to 2 (by surrendering in the manorial court to the use of 2) two (separate) messuages on the east side of Church Street, Hackney, between the street and land belonging to the Church (Grumbolds manor). 1 Covenant, that 2 shall have quiet possession of the property if default is made.

COPY OF COURT ROLL  M270  3 April 1863

Contents:
1. The Rev. John Alexander Deverell Meakin of Speenhamland, Berks, clerk.
2. Sylvester Murley of 149 Bishops - gate. Street, London, cheese monger
On the surrender of 1, 2 is admitted to the properties in M269, which are Nos 19 and 21 Church Street
Plan

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT  M271  23 Apr 1863

Contents:
1. The Rev. John Alexander Deverell Meakin of Speenhamland, Berks., clerk
2. John White of 13, Barge 'Yard Chambers, Bucklersbury, gent.
3. Sylvester Murley of, 149 Bishopgate Street; London, cheese monger.
1, With the consent of 2, covenants to surrender the property in M270 to the use of 3.

FULLER, John. Lincolnshire estates. Survey  M272(i)  c.1700-1744

Contents:
An account of the Lands in Lincolnshire that were in the possession of George Kemeys Esq. at Michaelmas one Thousand six hundred and eighty which are chargeable with an Annuity of one hundred pounds per annum to Two Almshouses in the parishes of Stepney and Shoreditch of the Gift of John Fuller Esq. With the Abuttings and Boundings thereof. Taken the seventh day of September - A.D. 1687. Bound in a parchment mutilated deed of unknown proven.

FULLER, John. Lincolnshire estates.  M272 (ii)  n.d

Contents:
Plan of land at Ulceby cum Fordington
Scale 8 chaims: 1 inch.
This was detached from M272(i) but may relate to the same document.

CLAPTON PARK.  M273  31 Dec. 1866

Contents:
Abstract of the Title of the London and Suburban Land and Building Company (Ltd.) to Freehold Land at Lower Clapton... Clapton Park Estate No.3.
Printed. 23 leaves + 3 plans.

HACKNEY. [vicinity of King Edward Rd.]  M274  1855-1810

Contents:
Abstract of the Title of Mortimore Timpson, William Rowe, Richard Goodwin, Joseph Norris Helling and Isaac Simpson to a piece of land situate at Hackney ...
Typescript. 29 leaves.
[The land conveyed is described as "bounded on the N. by King Edward's Road']
On east side of More St. (not adjoining)

KATES LANE i.e. BROOKE STREET (Later Northwold Road)  M275  June 1829

Contents:
COUNTERPART LEASE of No.8 Brunswick Place, Kates Lane.
John RITCHIE to John JENNINGS 58¼ years from June 1829.
£90.
PLAN shows Kates Lane, Brunswick Place,
Conduit Street,
Caroline Street.

MUMFORD, Peter; ABNEY PARK CEMETERY COMPANY, Ltd.  M276  3 June 1884

Contents:
Certificate of purchase and transfer Peter Mumford, 196 Lewisham High Rd., S.E. for a plot of ground ...
[A presumed, but unknown, Stoke Newington connection]

HACKNEY. Manor & Parish  M277  u.d

Contents:
Record abstracts various, from Court Rolls, Cottonian MSS etc.
(Mostly [?] in the hand of J.R.D. Tyssen).

S.JOHN AT HACKNEY. Parish. Record abstracts from the Commissary Court of London  M278  1503-1764

Contents:
i) Assignation Books, 1595-1852
ii) Testamentary Acts, 1503-04: 1516-30: 1545-58
iii) Caveat Books, 1701-1764
iv) Miscellaneous.
MS on ruled f'eap in two stitched sections

RECORD OF BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS  M279  1786-1844

Contents:
Notes of some births (1802; 1844), marriages (1786-1844) and deaths (1786-1816) in Hackney, or of Hackney families

PEDIGREES  M280  u.d

Contents:
These are of families connected with Hackney and appear to have been compiled by M. A. GLIDDON.
(There is a letter from him with the Middleton pedigree).
Pedigrees of
Andre. Beauvoir. Beavis., Belsham. Boddington.
Brookslay. Buck. Burrell. Byron. Cazalet.
Chester. Cooke. Cope. Cornthwaite. Curtis.
Davies. Dolben. Downing. Erne. Frampton.
Freeman. Gliddon. Gould. Hatton. Heathcote.
Heneage. Henley. Humble. Le Mesurier. Lewis.
Luard. Middleton. More. Parsons. Percy. Powell.
Robinson. Ryder. Sadleir. Silvester. Sothelsy.
Swinnerton. Trench. Tresham. Trower. Vyrer. Wentworth
White Wood. Worthington.

ARMORIAL BEARINGS of HACKNEY families  M281  u.d

Contents:
[By M. A. Gliddon?] (with list attached)
Probably forms part of the main (bound) sequence.
Butler (Charles Salisbury) Cardozo. Dixon.
Dolben (David) Elrington. Hale.
Hankey. Haynes. Hipsley.
Keling. Langmore. Powell (John Clark)
Rowe.

HACKNEY PAROCHIAL SCHOOL  M282  u.d

Contents:
List of Treasurers of Hackney
Parochial School.
(c 1794-1830)
(Compiled by M. A. Gliddon)

Calendar and transcripts of certain deeds relating to Hackney, 1332-1517.  M283  u.d

Contents:
(Deeds in the keeping of S.Thomas's Hospital - at one time forming part of the estates of the Shordich family).

KAYE, - [Miss]; Victorian scrapbook  M284  1883

Source of acquisition: Don: Mr. Green Legal Dept. L.B.H. 1968
Defective Leaves repaired 1971.


Contents:
Leather bound.
Contains poems, drawings and fragments.
Author was schoolmistress at donor's local school. He was neighbour of her descendants in (? Finsbury Park or Hornsey).

JEFFERSON, John  M285  3 May 1833

Source of acquisition: Moore. Plymouth 10/6d. 1969


Contents:
Letter from the Revd. John Jefferson of Abney Congregational Church, Stoke Newington to Revd. W. Perkins[?] declining to join the Congregational Union.

The Monumental brasses of Hackney, Middlesex. [1905]  M286  1965

Source of acquisition: From N.322


Contents:
WILLIAMS, (Reverend J.F.)
Ms. 23 leaves in exercise book. bound ? as published.

PLANS of NEWINGTON COMMON  M287  1761-1935

Source of acquisition: DON: F.J.Nield, Esq(. 1929 (ex.BR)


Contents:
Newington Common. Surveyed by T. Wilkes and Richd. Chisholm, 23 March 1761.
[Scale 25 in: 1 mile approx. ms. 36 x 25 cm.]
(With attached contemporary sketch plan, 1935).

LEASE for 23¼ years.  M288  30 Dec. 1807

Former reference: B.R.A. 1481

Contents:
1. Thomson HANKEY of Mincing Lane, City, Esquire.
2. Robert TAYLOR of Bow Lane, City, Esquire.
Dalston, Hackney. "No. 1 Dalston", formerly in occupation of Mrs. COROLING now of Isaac Goldham CAMPART, Stock Broker.
Rent: £69.10 p.a. Signed: Thomson HANKEY.

MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT  M289  9 Apr. 1856

Former reference: B.R.A. 1481

Contents:
1. James WYLSON of 31 Church Road, De Beauvoir Square, Architect and Surveyor.
2. Caroline CANE of 30 Coleshill Street, Hanover Square, Spinster.
3 (a) Henry CANE, Crown Court, Pall Mall, Cheesemonger.
(b) Archibald HALL, Coleshill Street, Baker
Coleshill Street, Lease of No.30 and £700 3% Bank Annuities. Parties at (3) to hold in trust for (2).
Signed: James WYLSON, Caroline CANE, Henry CANE, Archibald HALL.

AGREEMENT  M290  21 Mar. 1872

Former reference: B.R.A. 1481

Contents:
1. Edmund Lewis HOOPER of Albury, Surrey, Gentleman.
2. Kenrick PECK of 37 Southampton Buildings, Gentlemen.
3. Joseph Henry MAYNARD of 3 Langham Place, Gentleman.
4. Thomas DABBS of Hackney Wick, Builder.
Prince Edward Road and Windsor Road, Hackney Wick.
[Right or equity of redemption in properties at Hackney Wick assigned to Kenrick PECK by Thomas DABBS in return for release from debts].

ASSIGNMENT of Equity of Redemption and Release.  M291  19 May 1875

Former reference: B.R.A. 1481

Contents:
1. Thomas DABBS of 40 Lilford Road, Stoke Newington, Builder.
2 (a) Rev. George John HESSE of Haslemere, Surrey.
(b) Margaret Broadley HESSE of Haslemere, Spinster.
3. Kenrick PECK, 37 Southampton Buildings Gentleman.

ASSIGNMENT of Equity of Redemption and Release.  M292  19 May 1875

Contents:
1. Thomas DABBS of 40 Lilford Road, Stoke Newington, Builder.
2 (a) Jane Broadley HESSE of Wrington, Somerset, Widow.
(b) Frederick William HESSE of Wrington, Gentleman.
(c) Harriet Broadley HESSE of Wrington, Spinster.
3. Kenrick PECK of 37 Southampton Buildings, Gentleman.
Victoria Terrace, Hackney Wick, Nos. 1-5.
Signed: Jane B. HESSE, Frederick W. HESSE, Harriet B. HESSE, Kenrick PECK.

Extract from WILL  M293  10 Jan. 1876

Contents:
Of the Rev. Thomas Marriott DODINGTON of Horsington, Somerset, dated 10 Jan. 1876. [Rev. Dodington died 22 Mar. 1876; Will proved 13 May 1876]
Appoints as executors:
1. William PHELPS of 14 Red Lion Square, Gentleman.
2. Henry PHELPS of Castle Cary, Somerset, Captain in the Royal Navy.

AGREEMENT  M294  10 July 1876

Contents:
1 (a) William PHELPS of 14 Red Lion Square, Gentleman.
(b) Henry PHELPS of Castle Cary, Somerset, Captain in the Royal Navy
[Executors of the Will of the Rev. Thomas Marriott Dodington]
2. Thomas DABBS
Windsor Road, Hackney Wick
Nos. 28-32 incl.
Rutland Gate, Belvedere, Kent.
No.1.
[Thomas Dabbs in debt to Rev. Dodington in respect of above properties.
Executors agree to release him from debt in return for (i) conveyance of piece of land behind Victoria Terrace and Gainsborough Square, Hackney Wick.
(ii)right of redemption in the properties at Hackney Wick and Belvedere].
Signed: Willm. PHELPS, H. PHELPS.

CONVEYANCE  M295  1876

Contents:
1. Thomas DABBS of 140 Lilford Road, Stoke Newington, Builder.
2 (a) William PHELPS as above
(b) Henry PHELPS as above
3 (a) Rev. George HESSE of Haslemere, Surrey.
(b) Margaret Broadley HESSE of Haslemere, Spinster.
Hackney Wick. Piece of land behind Victoria Terrace and Gainsborough Square, subject to annual tenancy of George Williams.
Signed: William PHELPS, Henry PHELPS.
Plan

CERTIFICATE OF FIRE INSURANCE  M296  28 Feb. 1924

Contents:
On Nos. 37-47 incl. Ellingfort Rd. Hackney. Period covered by insurance: 28 Sept. 1923-29 Sept. 1924. Insured: George HYMAN of 45 Ellingfort Road.
N.B. No. 47 is partly occupied by a social club

ASSIGNMENT of LEASE  M297  23 Dec. 1844

Contents:
1. William NASH of Upper Thames Street, City, Wholesale Grocer.
2. Richard RAKE of Great Suffolk Street, Tea Dealer.
3. John Andrew LYON of St.Mary le Strand Place, Old Kent Road, Bleacher.
Hackney. Church Street, West Side: messuage and carpenter's shop built on site of the Cumberland Institution.
Cold Bath Lane, Church Street: six messuages abutting on the south of the garden of the Cumberland Institution.
Church Street, West Side: piece of land and stables, formerly part of garden of house occupied by Thomas Brown.
Signed: William NASH, Richard RAKE, John Andrew LYON.
Residue of 54-year lease of 8 July 1841.
Purchase price: £157.17.11.

LEASE for 40 years  M298  7 Oct. 1886

Contents:
1 (a) Samuel SALMON of 20 City Road, Gentleman.
(b) Emma KELL of 2 Heath View, Willow Road, Hampstead, Spinster.
(c) William RICKWOOD of Burrage Road, Plumstead, Gentleman
[Mortgagees]
2. Samuel SALMON as above
[Second mortgagee]
3. George ROGERS of 89 Osbaldestone Road, Stoke Newington, Gentleman.
4. Elizabeth STEWART wife of Donald Maclean STEWART of 2 Fearon Road, Blacklands, Hastings.
[The lessee]
5. Donald Maclean STEWART as above.
Hackney. Ellingfort Road, Nos. 37-47 (47 is a warehouse or factory)
(Odd numbers)

MORTGAGE of LEASEHOLD PREMISES  M299  8 Oct. 1886

Contents:
1. Elizabeth STEWART wife of Donald Maclean STEWART of 2 Fearon Road, Blacklands, Hastings, Gentleman.
2. Elizabeth HEALD of 91 Kennington Park Road, Spinster.
Hackney. Ellingfort Road, Numbers 37-47 (odd numbers).
Consideration: £800.
Signed: Elizabeth STEWART.

ASSIGNMENT of LEASE  M300  10 Nov. 1893

Contents:
1. Elizabeth HEALD as above
2. Charles Henry COLLINS of Ellingfort Road, Hackney, Manufacturer.
Hackney. Ellingfort Road, Numbers 37-47 (odd numbers).
Consideration: £950.
Signed: Elizabeth HEALD, C.H. COLLINS.

MORTGAGE of LEASEHOLD PREMISES  M301  11 Nov. 1893

Contents:
1. Charles Henry COLLINS as above
2. Elizabeth HEALD as above
Hackney. Ellingfort Road, Numbers 37-47 (odd numbers).
Consideration: £750.
Signed: C. H. COLLINS.
Endorsed Discharge of the above mortgage 20 Nov 1896

ASSIGNMENT of LEASE  M302  24 July 1902

Contents:
1. Charles Henry COLLINS of The Hall, St.Nicholas Birchington, Kent, Esquire.
2(a) Henry John CULLUM of Coolgardie, Marine Avenue, Southend, Esquire.
(b) Frederick John BEST of 13 Aidbeg Road, Herne Hill, Esquire.
Hackney. Ellingfort Road, Numbers 37-47 (odd numbers).
Consideration: £1025
Signed: C. H. COLLINS.

ASSIGNMENT of LEASE  M303  31 Oct. 1905

Contents:
1. Henry John CULLUM of Park Cottage, Chalkwell Avenue, Westcliff-on-Sea, Pianoforte Dealer.
2. Frederick John BEST of 13 Ardbeck Road [sic] Herne Hill, Pianoforte Dealer.
Hackney. Ellingfort Road, Numbers 37-47 (odd numbers).
Consideration: £400.
Signed: H. J. CULLUM.

MORTGAGE of LEASEHOLD PREMISES  M304  1 Nov. 1905

Contents:
1. Frederick John BEST as above.
2. Edith Murlis BEST wife of Frederick John BEST.
Hackney. Ellingfort Road, Numbers 37-47 (odd numbers)
Consideration: £350.
Signed: Frederick John BEST
Endorsed: Discharge of mortgage, 6 April 1920

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M305  20 Sept. 1923

Contents:
1. Frederick John BEST of Ambleside, Westmorland Road, Bromley, Pianoforte Manufacturer.
2. George HYMAN of 43 Whitechapel Road, Manufacturer.
Hackney. Ellingfort Road, Numbers 37-47 (odd numbers)
Consideration: £325
Signed: Frederick John BEST, G. HYMAN.

DRAFT WILL of Timothy COSTAR of Great Sutton Street, St. James Clerkenwell, Victualler. Property in Banking  M306  1788

Former reference: B.R.A. 1539

ADMON & WILL  M307  29 Apr 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1539

Contents:
Of Rev. Isaac TWYCROSS Hoxton. Hoxton Square, Nos. 7, 34 and 35.
Strand. Helmet Court: 2 messuages let to Messrs. Morgan and Saunders.

MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT  M308  28 Aug 1850

Former reference: B.R.A. 1539

Contents:
1. Alexander GREEN of Clapton Square, Esquire
2. Mary Kezia de Berdt HOVELL of Lower Clapton, Spinster
3(a) Dennis de Berdt HOVELL of Lower Clapton, Surgeon
(b) Samuel Benjamin MERRIMAN of Austin Friars, Gentleman
(c) Frederick William GREEN of Lincolns Inn Fields, Esquire
Signed: all parties
Endorsements: appointment of new trustees, 1876 and 1881
+ various correspondence, etc., relating to the marriage settlement.

WILL and PROBATE  M309  10 Feb 1879 [10 Jul 1890]

Former reference: B.R.A. 1539

Contents:
Of Mrs. Mary Kezia de Berdt GREEN of Canterbury, Widow [last of Laurestine, St.John's Terrace Road, Redhill]

MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT  M310  10 Aug 1853

Former reference: B.R.A. 1539

Contents:
1. Francis Herbert SECRETAN of 16 Throgmorton Street, City, Stockbroker
2. Ellen Elizabeth LEVIN of Clapton, Spinster
3(a) Samuel Benjamin MERRIMAN of Austin Friars, Gentleman
(b) William LEUCHARS of 38
Piccadilly, Dressing Case Maker
Signed: all parties
+ various correspondence, etc. relating to the marriage settlement, including Probate of the Will of Francis Herbert Secretan, 1886, appointment of new trustees 1888

MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT  M311  27 Aug 1864

Contents:
1. Rev. Challis PAROISSIEN of Hardingham Rectory, Norfolk
2. Julia Jane HOVELL of Clapton, Spinster
3(a) Rev. Edward Paroissien EDDRUP of The Close, Salisbury, Chancellor of the Diocese of Salisbury
(b) Dennis de Berdt HOVELL of Clapton, Surgeon
(c) Samuel Benjamin MERRIMAN of 25 Austin Friars, Gentleman.
Signed: all parties
+ Various correspondence, etc. relating to the marriage settlement.

WILL and PROBATE  M312  11 Aug 1869-3 Sep 1869

Contents:
Of Sarah WOOD of 23 Little Queen Street, Westminster, Widow Hoxton. Hoxton Square,
Nos. 34-35
Hoxton Street,
Nos. 13, 15 and 17.

COUNSEL'S OPINION  M313  20 Nov 1869

Contents:
On the interpretation of the Will of the Rev. Isaac Twycross.

DISENTAILING DEED  M314  15 Dec 1869

Contents:
1. Susannah PUCKETT of 41 Portland Square, Plymouth, Widow
2. Henry LETTS of 8 Bartletts Buildings, Holborn, Gentleman Hoxton. Hoxton Square, No.35. [Public Record Office copy]

WILL and PROBATE  M315  26 Feb 1870 - [30 Jun 1870]

Contents:
Of Henry TWYCROSS, of 23 Little Queen Street, Westminster, Sergeant in 54 Foot Regiment.
Hoxton. Hoxton Square, No.34.

RELEASE  M316  17 Dec 1874

Contents:
1. Julia Jane PAROISSIEN of Five Houses, Clapton, Widow
2(a) Rev. Edward Paroissien EDDRUP of Branhill Vicarage, Wilts.
(b) Dennis de Berdt HOVELL of Clapton, Gentleman
(c) Samuel Benjamin MERRIMAN of Austin Friars, Gentleman
Signed: Julia Jane PAROISSIEN

LETTER OF AGREEMENT  M317  12 Jul 1897

Contents:
1. Elizabeth TWYCROSS, widow of Isaac TWYCROSS
2. Caroline THOMAS

SETTLEMENT prior to the MARRIAGE of Edward Cowper FYFFE and Martha Clark PERRAM.  M318  3 Oct. 1814

Former reference: B.R.A. 1539.

Contents:
1. Martha Clark PERRAM of Turnford, Herts., Spinster.
2. Ann PERRAM of Turnford, Widow [mother of (1)].
3. Edward Cowper FYFFE of Cavendish Street, Grocer.
4. Henry FYFFE of Holborn, Gentleman.
5(a) John PERRAM of Aldgate, Oilman.
(b) James PERRAM of Aldgate, Grocer.
(c) Henry Minter FYFFE of Holborn, Grocer.
Signed: (1), (2) and (4).
+ Various correspondence, etc. 1845-1861, relating to the marriage settlement.

DEED of APPOINTMENT  M319  9 Jan. 1852

Former reference: B.R.A. 1539.

Contents:
Mr. and Mrs. Fyffe of the residue of funds subject to the Trusts of their Marriage Settlement.
1. Edward Cowper FYFFE of Fenchurch Street, Wholesale Tea Dealer.
2. Martha Clark FYFFE, wife of (1).
Signed: Both parties.

APPOINTMENT of TRUST FUNDS  M320  10 Nov. 1858

Former reference: B.R.A. 1539.

Contents:
Accrued to the Marriage Settlement of Mr. and Mrs. Fyffe under the Wills of her late brother John Perram and his daughter.
1. Edward Cowper FYFFE of Howford Buildings, Fenchurch Street, Tea Dealer.
2. Martha Clark FYFFE, wife of (1).
Signed: Both parties.

ASSIGNMENT (in reversion)  M321  11 Nov. 1858

Former reference: B.R.A. 1539.

Contents:
Of a sum of £982.5.7. New £3% Bank Annuities and a Share of unconverted estate
In Trust for children of Edward Fyffe deceased.
1. Benjamin FYFFE of King's College, London, Gentleman.
2(a) Rev. Henry FYFFE of Worthing.
(b) Ebenezer Wathen FYFFE of Littleworth near Stroud, Tea dealer. [nephews of (1)]
Signed: (1), 2(b).

MORTGAGE for £800  M322  20 Jan. 1859

Contents:
1. Rev. Henry FYFFE as above
2. Ebenezer Wathen FYFFE as above
3. Lindsey WINTERBOTHAM of Stroud, Esquire.
Signed: All parties.

MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT  M323(i)  20 Jan. 1859

Contents:
1. and 2. as above
Of the £800 borrowed from Lindsey WINTERBOTHAM, Henry FYFFE is to have £200 and Ebenezer Wathen FYFFE £600.
Signed: Both parties
+ Note of 13 June 1860, £150 loaned to 1. by 2.

RECEIPTS, various 2. to 1.  M323(ii)  1858-1861

TRANSFER of MORTGAGE  M324  30 June 1860

Contents:
For £800
1. Lindsey WINTERBOTHAM of Stroud, Esq.
2. Rev. Henry FYFFE of Worthing.
3. Ebenezer Wathen FYFFE of Littleworth, Tea Dealer.
4. Frederick SALMON of Woodfield Cedars, Omersbey, Droitwich, Esq.
Signed: 1, 2, 3.

COVENANT FOR PAYMENT OF ANNUITY  M325  23 Mar 1861

Contents:
1. Rev. Henry FYFFE of Worthing.
2(a) Martha Clarke FYFFE of Worthing, Widow.
(b) James PERRAM of Handsworth, Sheffield, Esq.
Annuity of £22.4.6 (the dividends on £774.12.9 3% Consol. Bank annuities)
Signed: 1, 2(a).

COVENANT FOR PAYMENT OF ANNUITY  M326  2 Jul. 1861

Contents:
As above, but
1. Benjamin FYFFE of Worthing to 2(a) and (b).

SECURITY FOR FURTHER ADVANCE OF £300 (from F. S.) (further to M322)  M327  1 Jun. 1867

Contents:
1. Rev. Henry FYFFE as above
2. Ebenezer Wathen FYFFE of Box, Stroud, Tea Dealer.
3. Frederick SALMON as above
Signed: 1, 2.

DEED OF INDEMNITY  M328  1 Jun. 1867

Contents:
Against £650 proportion of Mortgage debt of £1000
1. Rev. Henry FYFFE as above
2. Ebenezer Wathen FYFFE as above
Signed: 1.

MORTGAGE OF REVERSIONARY SHARES  M329  21 May 1873

Contents:
1. Rev. Henry FYFFE of Brighton
2. Ebenezer Wathen FYFFE of Box, Stroud, Tea Dealer.
3. Martha Clark FYFFE of Box, Widow.
4(a) Esther Hannah MERRIMAN
(b) Mary de Berdt MERRIMAN
Both of Tottenham, Spinsters.
Signed: 1, 2, 3.

INDEMNITY (to accompany M329)  M330  21 May 1873

Contents:
1. Rev. Henry FYFFE as above
2. Ebenezer Wathen FYFFE
Signed: Both parties.

RECEIPTS  M331  22 Jul. 1874

Contents:
Receipts to Merriman and Pike from Messrs. Budd and Sons.
i. For £23.10.3, interest to 15 Aug. 1874 on £1000, on behalf of Trustees of Will of Frederick SALMON.
For
ii. £5.5.0, receipt for costs

ACCOUNTS, Fyffe Trust  M332  27 Apr. 1874-24 Apr. 1876

Contents:
Nine signed items

ACCOUNT, Fyffe Trust  M333  22 Jul. 1874

Contents:
Signed account of the Sums assigned to the Rev. H. Fyffe and Mr. E. W. Fyffe as Trustees of the Children of Mr. Edward Fyffe.

RELEASE  M334  22 July 1874

Contents:
1. Rev. Henry FYFFE as above
2. Ebenezer Wathen FYFFE as above
3. Benjamin FYFFE of Box, Surgeon.
4. William QUILTER of 3 Moorgate Street, City.
5. (1) and (2) as above
6(a) Esther Hannah MERRIMAN and
(b) Mary de BERDT MERRIMAN of Tottenham, Spinsters.
7(a) Rev. George Jubb PERRAM of Highgate
(b) And Alexander James SCRUTTON of the Stock Exchange, Esq.
[Trustees of the Marriage Settlement

ACCOUNT, Fyffe Trust  M335  Mar. 1876

Contents:
Signed account of the shares, etc. of the children of Mr. Edward Fyffe, according to the Deed of Trust of 11 Nov. 1858.

MEMORIALS  M337  4 Sept 1822

Source of acquisition: From CR (Local. Printed) B2300


Contents:
? ELLIS, Sir Henry
A memorandum believed to be in Ellis' hand that he visited the site of Haliwell Priory.

LETTERS  M338  25 Oct 1796

Contents:
ELLIS, Henry
To J. Nichols, from S. John's College, Oxford.
IN History of Shoreditch (at front of volume)

LETTERS  M339  19 June, 1797

Contents:
ELLIS, Henry
From S. John's College, Oxford
IN History of Shoreditch (at front of volume)

LETTERS  M340  25 June, 1797

Contents:
ELLIS, Henry
From S. John's College, Oxford
IN History of Shoreditch (at front of volume)

LETTERS  M341  25 Aug 1797

Contents:
ELLIS, Henry
To Richard Gough at Enfield from Primrose Street.
IN History of Shoreditch (at front of volume)

LETTERS  M342  19 Sept 1797

Contents:
ELLIS, Henry
From Primrose Street.
IN History of Shoreditch (at front of volume)

LETTERS  M343  27 Dec 1797

Contents:
ELLIS, Henry
To Richard Gough from Primrose Street
IN History of Shoreditch (at front of volume)

LETTERS  M344  9 Feb 1839

Contents:
BIRKBECK, George
From Finsbury Square to his nephew, Edward Horner, at Uxbridge
IN ELLIS - History of... Shoreditch facing p.249*

LETTERS  M345  2 Oct 1798

Contents:
ELLIS, Henry
IN History of Shoreditch (at end of volume)

LETTERS  M346  3 Oct 1798

Contents:
ELLIS, Henry
To John Nichols from Primrose Street
IN History of Shoreditch (at end of volume)

LETTERS  M347  7 Jun 1800

Contents:
ELLIS, Henry
To Richard Gough, from Primrose Street
IN History of... Shoreditch (at end of volume)

LETTERS  M348  23 May 1803

Contents:
ELLIS, Henry
To Richard Gough, from the British Museum.
IN History of Shoreditch. (at end of volume)

HOXTON; FEOFFMENT.  M349  (1541)

Former reference: A7

Contents:
Thomas Bargrave and John Welbeck to Sir Thomas Legh, [...] D.C.L. of Hoxton Jehann his wife and certain property in Hoxton. Dated 8 July 33rd Henry VIII
(Sir Thomas Legh (d.1545). Visitor of the monasteries. Ambassador to King of Denmark, 1532-33. Visited monasteries, 1535. Master in Chancery, 1537. Employed in suppressing religious houses, 1538-40. Knighted 1544. Buried in St. Leonard's. Shoreditch).

HOXTON STREET; BARGAIN and SALE.  M350  20 Feb 1588

Former reference: BRA 833

Contents:
Edward Stubbes of Gooseworth, Cheshire and Anne, his wife, and Michael Henneage of London and Grace, his wife.
(See SVY p.65 which appears to link this property with M369)

BARGAIN and SALE.  M351  15 Aug 1597

Former reference: A5

Contents:
[HOLYWELL STREET] "The Sign of the Lamb" & grounds out buildings
Richard Turner to John Cooke (see Svy.p.12)

HOLYWELL STREET. BARGAIN and SALE.  M352  10 Aug 1597

Former reference: A4

Contents:
"The Cock in the Hoop" P.H.
Richard Turner to John Cook.

[HOLYWELL STREET]; BARGAIN and SALE.  M353  31 May 1594

Former reference: A2

Contents:
"The sign of the Lamb"
Richard Devett and his wife Grissell, John Warton and his wife Margaret, to Richard Turner.

BARGAIN and SALE.  M354  1 May 1587

Former reference: A3

Contents:
HOLYWELL STREET. "The Cock in the Hoop" P.H. and "The Lamb" P.H.
Robert Atkynson to John Turner.

BARGAIN and SALE.  M355  16 October 1548

Former reference: A15

Contents:
HYCKMANS, Manor of, in Haggerston
Wm. Cowper of Argarston to Anne Malte of London, of the manor of Hyckmans in Argarston

HOXTON STREET; LEASE for six months.  M356  26 Oct 1703

Former reference: A1

Contents:
Ralph Harwood of Shoreditch, brewer, and Sir Thomas Abney, kt. and alderman of London and John Rudge of London. Mess. late in occ. of Wm. Haselwood

HOXTON "Manor House"*; LEASE  M357  23 Dec 1680

Former reference: A6

Contents:
Alexander Pitfield of Hoxton and Richard Scott cit. and salter. Capital mess. late the dwelling of Sir Charles Pitfield, father of said Alexander in Hoxton. Schedule of fixtures. Signature of Pitfield.
(* See Survey for a discussion of this)

HOXTON. The Salutation P.H. LEASE and COUNTERPART.  M358(i-ii)  10 Oct 1681

Former reference: A10/B10

Contents:
Alexander Pitfield of London and Peter Boynton of Hoxton, victualler. The Salutation in Hoxton. Schedule of fixtures.
Signature of second party. Signature of Pitfield.

[HOLYWELL STREET] "The Sign of the Lamb"; BARGAIN and SALE.  M359  10 Oct 1608

Former reference: A8

Contents:
William Devett to John Cooke.

HOXTON BARGAIN and SALE.  M360  9 Feb 1612

Former reference: A9

Contents:
Sir Edward Marowe of Berkeswell Co. Warwick, Kt. and Arthur Hollingworth of London, Cook. Capital mess. in Hoxton, 2 acres in common fields of Hoxton, garden (1½a), mansion, garden Hoxton and close (2a), 14a land, etc. in several occ. of Sir Thomas Tresham, Ottwell Mell and his wife, John Mayer, Gilbert Yate, Elizabeth Bullingham, Edward Hynd, etc. Sig. of first party.

MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT. Elizabeth Hunt - James Grace  M361  28 Sep 1618

Former reference: A11

Contents:
Between Arthur Hollingworth, cook, James Grace, cook, and Thomas Hunt, woodmonger, all of London, with reference to the marriage of Elizabeth Hunt to James Grace.
Capital messuage in Hoxton & tenement, garden and orchard (formerly Tressam), garden (1½a) mansion house garden to close (2a), in Hoxton, 14a in common fields

SHOREDITCH [HIGH ST. East side]; LEASE.  M362  15 December 1681

Former reference: A12

Contents:
Dame Elizabeth St. John to Sir Geoffrey Palmer. Property in the Parish of St. Leonard, Shoreditch.
Signature of Elizabeth St. John.
Probably the open space behind Crown [i.e. "Goddard's" later "Russell's"]
Rents (see SVY pp.6-7).

THREADNEEDLE ALLEY, Shoreditch LEASE for 21 years  M363  20 August 1674

Former reference: A13

Contents:
John Burdon and John Wright to William Negus. Messuages situated in Threadneedle Alley in the Parish of St. Leonard, Shoreditch. (Mark of William Negus).

HOXTON LEASE.  M364  13 Feb 1676

Former reference: A14

Contents:
Sir Edward Massie, Kt. of Hoxton to Elizabeth Cooper, widow, 4 houses in Hoxton.

SHOREDITCH [High Street]; LEASE. Transfer of lease.  M365  18 Nov 1763

Former reference: A16

Contents:
Two messuages on E. side of Shoreditch High Street. John Cash the Elder of Shoreditch, and Sarah Cash, Ann Cash, and Mary Cash, daughters of Alxr. Cash of Shoreditch.

Rowe's lines on Jane Shore transcribed in the hand of [? ELLIS, Sir Henry]  M366  [n.d.]

Contents:
Engraving of statue said to be at Giant's Yard, William Street, Shoreditch.

HOXTON; LEASE (Counterpart).  M367  11 January 1671

Former reference: A17

Contents:
Sir Edward Massie of Hoxton to Thomas Cudsdon the Elder, Brickmaker of Hoxton. * closes commonly known by the name of Fitfields and Longfields lying and adjoining together in Hoxton.
Signature (mark) of Thomas Cudsdon.

HOXTON; RELEASE  M368  14 November 1679

Former reference: A18

Contents:
Sir Edward Massie, Kt. of Hoxton to Wm. Waring of four houses. Signature of releaser. Fragment of seal. 2 skins.

HOSTON; LEASE.  M369  25 January 1614

Former reference: A19

Contents:
Thos. Heneage and Michael Heneage and Geo. Robson, property situated in Hoxton.
(See SVY p.65 which appears to link this with M350)
Messuage & tenement in Hoxton + grounds + outbuildings

HOLYWELL PRIORY: RUTLAND PORTION LEASE.  M370  9 Aug 1709

Former reference: A20

Contents:
Althea Gofton, wid. of Francis Gofton of Shoreditch [etc.] to Edward Hulse, junior, of London, physician.
Capital messuage, now divided into several tenements, in Haliwell

OLD STREET, North side and CITY ROAD, East side. Lease.  M371  13 June 1771

Former reference: A21

Contents:
1. Rev. John Wickins, D.D. Prebend of Wenlocks Barn
2. Thomas Gery of Chancery Lane, grocer
3. John Calvert of Shoreditch, Esquire
(Note that the date of enrolment on the dorse is 27 November 1772 and that the regnal year has been altered in the indenture). Coloured plan.
Perilous Pond + a house and buildings (east side of City Road); a garden and coach house, 3 tenements and gardens and a piece of waste grounds (north of Old Street)

SHOREDITCH PARISH; CONVEYANCE  M372  28 Dec 1647

Former reference: A22

Contents:
From the Earl of Norwich to Eliza Holmwood of four messuages in the Parish of St. Leonard, Shoreditch.
Signature of the Earl of Norwich.

SHOREDITCH. Sign of the Star P.H.  M373  1 Nov 1653

Former reference: A23

Contents:
SALE of the tenement or inn commonly called the "Signe of the Star," by John Waterson, citizen and stationer, Isobel his wife and Symon his son, in the Parish of St. Leonard, Shoreditch, to John Wale for £325.

COPT HALL, Shoreditch  M374  30 Dec 1553

Former reference: A24

Contents:
1. John WATERSON, JOHN WALE, WM. WALE and WM. PROWSE
2. THOS. WEBB, RICHARD BATES, WM. PARSON.
(See SVY)
Copt Hall (close with barn and buildings), and lands and hereditaments in a close called Hant's Hill, Shoreditch

SHOREDITCH PARISH; BARGAIN and SALE  M375  [n.d.]

Former reference: B1

Contents:
INDENTURE dated 22 Mar 1697, between Richard Spoure of Grays Inn and Elizabeth Bromidgham and Catherine Germyn, daughters of Gervase Germyn of the Parish of St. Andrew, Holborn, with reference to messuages and tenements with appurtenances in the Parish of St. Leonard, Shoreditch.
Signature of Richard Spoure.

LONG ALLEY; LEASE.  M376  17 March 1714

Former reference: B2

Contents:
David Daggett to William Hall 6 messuages - situate in Long (Westside)
Alley in Moorfields. Plan.

HOLYWELL PRIORY [Site of]; LEASE and RELEASE.  M377 (i)  6 Dec 1686

Former reference: B3

Contents:
Lease of certain land, etc.
1. Peter Hoett, Sir Jas. Rushout and others
2. Sir Jas. Smith and George Robinson
Priory site includes Gardens: Ladies Gardens, Duvehouse Garden Covent Orchard, and messuages, grounds etc

HOLYWELL PRIORY [Site of]; LEASE and RELEASE for one year.  M377 (ii)  7th December 1686

Former reference: B12

Contents:
Peter Hoett, Wm. Woodroff, Thos. Hilliard and Richard Tilden of London and Sir Jas. Rushout, Bart., to Sir Jas. Smith, Kt, and Geo. Robinson, of property within the precincts of the Monastery or Priory of Holliwell, in trust for Ed.
Selwyn of Holliwell. Signatures of Peter Hoett, Wm. Woodroff, Thos. Hilliard, Richd. Tilden, Sir Jas. Rushout and Alice Rushout.

HOLYWELL STREET; MORTGAGE.  M378  14 November 1688

Former reference: B4

Contents:
John Nash, Elizabeth Nash, Hugh Mason and James Rummett to Thomas Robinson on messuages situate in or near Hallowell Street, Shoreditch. Signatures of John Nash, Elizabeth Nash, Hugh Mason and James Rummett.
1 messuage yard on the east of Holywell Street, and 2 messuages on the west of Coch Lane, two other messuages between Holywell street an Coch Lane

HOXTON. Pale Field, Pitfield and Longfield; LEASE.  M379  20 April 1682

Former reference: B5

Contents:
Of Palefield, Pitfield and Longfield but excluding rights of way for the occupants of the Bowling Green House etc
1. Isaac Honywood [?exec. of Sr. Edw. Massie]
2. John Waxham
A messuage now, 3 in Hoxton, and Palefield adjoining, also Pitfield a Longfield

HOXTON; LEASE for 60 years.  M380  23 March 1692

Former reference: B6

Contents:
Property on the east side of Hoxton between Robert Bellson and Thos. Glover.
Site of a great messuage divided into three tenements, and a messuage

LEASE.  M381  3 August 1682

Former reference: B7

Contents:
Dame Elizabeth St. John to Percy Church. Two messuages situated in Norton Folgate/Shoreditch/S. Mary Spital Signature of Elizabeth St. John.

HOXTON "Manor House"; LEASE.  M382  22 April 1686

Former reference: B8

Contents:
Alexander Pitfield of Hoxton and Ann and Sarah Thacham, spinsters of London. Schedule of fixtures. Signatures of second parties.
Capital messuage or mansion house late the dwelling of Sr. Charles Pitfield.

RATCLIFF RENTS (or ROW) Hoxton; LEASE.  M383  14 Sep 1697

Former reference: B9

Contents:
Robert and Ruth Swan to Sarles Goatley.
Messuages known as Ratcliff Rents or Ratcliff Row. ["The property stood to the E. of Hoxton St." SVY p.53]
17 dwelling houses. Between Hoxton Street & Kingsland Road. Also an orchard adjacent.

Bond by Alice Massey of Psh. of S. James, Clerkenwell, to James Bugg of Hoxton. £600.  M384  [n.d.]

Former reference: A17(ii)

Contents:
Signature and seal. Witnesses (2).

HOXTON ST.; LEASE for 61 years.  M385  4 May 1695

Former reference: B11

Contents:
Land, etc., on east side of Hoxton between Thos. Glover and Anthony Cheney.
(Former site of messuage divided into three), + messuage

LONG ALLEY. "Sign of the Harrow"; INDENTURE.  M386  23 Sept 1724

Former reference: B13

Contents:
(1) Thomas Maine of the Parish of St. Leonard, Shoreditch (2) Andrew Hope of the Liberty of Norton Folgate. The Sign of the Harrow Alehouse situate, standing and being in Long Alley at the North East corner of Three Bowl Alley in the Parish of St. Leonard, Shoreditch.
With Inventory. of fixtures

HOXTON; LEASE and MORTGAGE.  M387  19 Aug 1689

Former reference: B14

Contents:
1. Elionor WILLAN of Hoxton
2. Jane PHILLIPPS of S. Botolph Without
A piece of land with 3 messuages, on the cost of the highway

LONG ALLEY. "Sign of the Harrow", etc. LEASE of additional messuage  M388  7 Mar 1725

Former reference: B15

Contents:
1. Westrow, Mary, Dorothy and Bennett
2. Eliz. Arnold, widow
Recites Indenture of 6 Mar 1682.

SHOREDITCH [?HIGH STREET]; LEASE.  M389  11 June 1617

Former reference: B16

Contents:
Of land near the church, etc.
1. Thomas, Lord Wentworth
2. Thomas Austen
3. Geoffrey Merchant and others
Three cottages and two acres next to Shoreditch Church (manor of Stepney), and Pilefield, near Collyers Lane

HOLYWELL LANE; Indenture  M390  24 Jun 1725

Former reference: B17

Contents:
Between Francis Coleman? of Westminster and Wollaston Shenton of Shoreditch concerning sale of property in the vicinity of Holywell Lane Shoreditch.
Garden 2 small pieces behind Sugar Loaf Yard; land on South of Holywell Lane, a messuage on South of Holywell Lane, two messuages on east of the curtain

LEASES: SANDERS GARDENS  M391  10 October 1804

Former reference: C1

Contents:
1. LEASE.
House and ground in Sanders Garden in the Parish of St. Leonard, Shoreditch. Mrs. Sarah Coste to Mr. Samuel Whiley.
2. LEASE
Samuel Whiley to Wm. Williams.

WENLOCKS BARN; LEASE and COUNTERPART.  M392  6 January 1777

Former reference: C2. C4

Contents:
Of the Prebend and Manor of Wenlocks Barn. Rev. Dr. Wickins to Mr. Thomas Gery.
Also 2 tenements; Court [...] testor Court Baron + appertenances

HOLYWELL LANE; MORTGAGE  M393  8 Aug 1806

Former reference: C3

Contents:
James Beek to John Prior, of houses in Holywell Lane.
Signature of James Beek.
13 messuages in Holywell Lane and Red Lion Court.

HOXTON SQUARE, No.43. LEASE and RELEASE  M394  28 and 29 July 1806

Former reference: C4 and 5

Contents:
(1) John Wilks of Hoxton Square and Matthew Wilks of Old St., (2) Bryan Cook of Bridgwater Gardens, City of London. 43 Hoxton Sq.

No.2 BACHES ROW, Craven Buildings, near City Road. LEASE  M395  20 Jul 1797

Former reference: C 6

Contents:
Edward Hale to Francis Green of Graven Buildings near City Road for messuage or tenement situated in Baches Row, Craven Buildings in the Parish of St. Leonard, Shoreditch.
[Damaged] signature of Edward Hale.

PHILIPP(S) STREET, Kingsland Road (south side) Nos. 13 and 14; LEASE  M396  4 Aug 1810

Former reference: C7

Contents:
Thomas Philipps of Myrtle Street, William Austin of Philipps Street, Thomas Martin of Castle Street, City Road and James Edwards of Kingsland Road. Parcel of land on the south side of Philipps Street with two brick messuages erected thereon (nos. 13 and 14).

HOLYWELL LANE and RED LION COURT; LEASE for one year.  M397 (i)  24 Jul 1767

Former reference: D 23

Contents:
Between Elizabeth Shotbolt, the Rev. Edward Bourchier and Dr. William Watson (first part) and Charles Beck and Joseph Chessey (second part).
9 messuages in Holywell ["Holloway"] Lane and Red Lion Court.

HOLYWELL LANE and RED LION COURT; LEASE and RELEASE.  M397 (ii)  25 July 1767

Former reference: C8

Contents:
Indenture in fourparts.
Mrs. Elizabeth Shotbolt and others and Edward Asbury and Son to Charles Beck and another of nine messuages in Holloway Lane and Red Lyon Court in the Parish of St. Leonard, Shoreditch.
Signatures of Elizabeth Shotbolt, Edwd. Bourchier. Wm. Watson, Edwd. Asbury.

CROWN STREET, Hoxton (later Coronet Street) East side. LEASE, Counterpart  M398  17 Aug 1770

Former reference: C9

Contents:
Richard Eldridge to Richard Bayes, Property E. side of Crown Street near Hoxton Square, at a yearly rental of £7. 21 years.
Signature of Richard Bayes.
A messuage & garden

LEASE of houses and land in Kingsland Road (Five, west side) and Huntingdon Street. (Seventeen, north side, and eight further north)  M399  1 Oct 1813

Former reference: C10

Contents:
George Choumert and Sampson Rainforth.
With plan.

LEASE, Counterpart  M400  Dec 1806

Former reference: C11

Contents:
From Sarah Wild to Benjamin Fox of property in Essex Street, Hoxton, at £7.10.0 per annum for a period of 45 years.
Signature of Benjamin Fox.
3 Messuages

SHOREDITCH High Street. East side. LEASE (Counterpart).  M401  2 Dec 1790

Former reference: C12

Contents:
John How to Wm. Sharp. E. front side of the High Street. 21 years from Lady Day 1791 to 1812.
A messuage & appertenances

LONG ALLEY, Shoreditch. Nos. 1-11; LEASE for 35 years.  M402  1 Sept 1792

Former reference: C13

Contents:
Frederick Tensh to Sebastian Wise of Daggot's Court, Shoreditch.
Property in Long Alley, Shoreditch and numbered 1 to 11.

DURHAM PLACE, Dalston Road, No.4. LEASE.  M403  24 Nov 1808

Former reference: C15

Contents:
1. Thomas RHODES of Hampstead Road, gent.
William RHODES of Hoxton, gent.
2. Richard SHELDRICK of Warwick Place, Kingsland Road.
3. Thomas BICKNELL of High Hill Ferry, gent.
Plan
Note: "Endorsed Durham Place, Dalston Road"
c.f. on the assignment Mary Bicknell of Durham Place, Hackney Road.

BUTCHERS CLOSE. Grant to hold a market etc..  M404  [n.d.]

Former reference: C16

Administrative history:
(The Inquisition ad quod damnum was held at the Shepherd and Shepherdess.)
The Market was for Meat, poultry, fish and vegetables.

Contents:
GRANT 13 May 1802 of letters Patent to John, Earl of Darnley (etc) to hold a market at Butchers Close, otherwise the Tenter Ground, situate on the East side of and near to the Upper Moorfields in the Parish of Shoreditch.

HORSE SHOE ALLEY. Blue Ball Ale-house; LEASE.  M405  3 April 1810

Former reference: C17

Contents:
William Walker to Thomas Seddings.
Plan.

HOPKINS, Mary: WILL AND PROBATE  M406  1772-1774

Former reference: C.18

Contents:
Will of Mary Hopkins, widow, of Calendar Yard, Long Alley, Moorfields, dated 3 Nov 1772 with grant of Probate annexed to Margaret MILLINGTON, niece... 9 Apr 1774.

CURTAIN ROAD, Shoreditch. East side. LEASE, Counterpart  M407  1802

Former reference: C19

Contents:
3 Sep 1802, between Robert Young and Edward Francis of Holywell Street, Shoreditch, concerning property situate on the east side of Curtain Road, in the same parish. Near Shoreditch Turnpike
A messuage and outbuildings

MOUNT HOLYWELL [LANE] and LEONARD STREET: INDENTURE made 21 Feb 1792 between Chas. Fricker of the Parish of St. Leonard, Shoreditch, and Richard Rutson.  M408  [n.d.]

Former reference: C20

Contents:
Parcel of land with three messuages or tenements and other buildings erected thereon, Halliwell Mount and N. side of Leonard Street.
Signature of Charles Fricker.
One on west side of H. Mount, two on north side of L. Street.

UNICORN YARD, Hoxton BARGAIN and SALE.  M409  14 July 1760

Former reference: D1 and D2

Contents:
1. Grace Hill.
Margaret Hill
2. John Hailstone, gent.
Plan
The site of three former messuages + yards in V. Yard

SHOREDITCH PARISH FINE. 1755. Final Agreement between John Scarr and John Scott, Plaintiffs and John and Ann Susannah Linton, Deforciants.  M410  [n.d.]

Former reference: D 3

Contents:
4 messuages, 8 gardens and one acre. (£220)
(Note. The deed to uses is not to hand)

PITFIELD: LEASE and RELEASE.  M411  17 and 18 April 1729

Former reference: D16; D9

Contents:
Isaac Honywood of Hamstead and Fraser Honywood of London. Part of Pitfield close, in Hoxton

HOLYWELL LANE and RED LION COURT; MORTAGE and LEASE.  M412(i-ii)  28 July 1767

Former reference: D 10 and D 11

Contents:
Charles Beck and his trustee to Mrs. Hannah Phipps of nine messuages in Holloway Lane and Red Lyon Court in the Parish of St. Leonard, Shoreditch. Signatures of Charles Beck, Joseph Chessey and Hannah Phipps.

HOLYWELL LANE and RED LION COURT: RELEASE  M413  1 Mar 1742

Former reference: D 12

Contents:
From Edward Asbury to Richard Ward, of nine messuages situate in the Parish of St. Leonard, Shoreditch.
Signature of Edward Asbury.

COCK LANE; INDENTURE  M414  27 Dec 1718

Former reference: D 13

Contents:
Between William Brown and Margaret Brown of the one part, and John Nash of the other part, with reference to 4 messuages or tenements situated in Cock Lane, in the Parish of St. Leonard Shoreditch in the County of Middlesex.
Signatures of William Brown (his mark) and Margaret Brown.

HOLYWELL LANE and RED LION COURT; LEASE and RELEASE.  M415  13-14 July 1743

Former reference: D 21; D 5

Contents:
Between Richard Ward and Edward As (t) bury to John Shotbolt. 9 messuages in Holywell ["Holloway"] Lane and Red Lion Court.
Signatures of Richard Ward and Edward Asbury.

RADCLIFF RENTS or RADCLIFF ROW; ASSIGNMENT OF MORTGAGE.  M416  16 April 1742

Former reference: D6

Contents:
Anne French, Sarles Goatley and John Tassell. Property in Hoxton called Radcliff Rents or Radcliff Row abutting upon Hoxton Street. 17 Messuages & an Orchard

S. LEONARD, SHOREDITCH. Parish. Registers. Marriage Certificate; Robert Field and Susannah Carter, Married 3 Jun 1744  M417  1760

Former reference: D7

Contents:
Certificate dated 5 Sep 1760. Signed Joseph Cookson, Curate, and William Burgess, Parish Clerk.

HAGGERSTON (The KING'S HEAD P.H., etc..); COUNTERPART lease of a messuage and lands at Haggerston for 21 years from Michaelmas 1756 between Baptist Lee and William Eldridge.  M418i  [n.d.]

Former reference: D8

Contents:
Reserved rent £155 per annum. Dated 4 Oct 1758.
Signed, William Eldridge, his mark.
'The King's Head', a cottage, the site of a messuage, nineteen cottages, and gardens.

LEASE for 21 years; parties as M418i  M418ii  4 Oct 1758

Contents:
A messuage with outbuildings; Blackhorse Field to its west, between Kingsland Road and Haggerston (7 acres); two pieces of meadow, formerly one (27 acres); another called the Eight Acres; another lately used for brickmaking; another (14 acres)

HOXTON; BARGAIN and SALE  M419  10 and 11 Jan 1722

Former reference: D15; D17

Contents:
1. William Craggs and Rachel his wife, and Martin Rowe and Ann his wife.
2. William Heacock land and three cottages in Hoxton. To the east of the common highway

HOXTON; INDENTURE.  M420  10 June 1723

Former reference: D14

Contents:
Between (1) Jonathan Howard, Wm. Taylor of London (2) Wm. Hy. Maple of London, Sarah Maple of London, spinster and Francis Emerson of London, Blackwell Hall (3) John Squibb of Lincoln's Inn land and property on the east side of Hoxton. Three pieces of land and a messuage.

HOLYWELL LANE & RED LION COURT; LEASE  M421  28 Feb 1742

Former reference: D18

Contents:
From Edward Asbury to Richard Ward, for a year, of 9 messuages in the parish of St. Leonard, Shoreditch.
Signature of Edward Asbury.

WENLOCK BARN: SALE of a brick messuage in manor of Wenlock Barn, Hoxton.  M422  21st December 1720

Former reference: D19

Contents:
Henry Ambrose and Henry Heycock
Westside of the highway

COCK LANE; INDENTURE  M423  9 Jun 1738

Former reference: D20

Contents:
Between Elizabeth Foster and Alexander Reade of the Parish of St. Stephen Wallbrook of the one part, and John Linton of the parish of Trinity in the Minories of the other part, with reference to 4 messuages or tenements situated on the West side of Cock Lane in the Parish of St. Leonard Shoreditch in the County of Middlesex.
Signatures of Elizabeth Foster and Alexander Reade.

HOXTON; BARGAIN and SALE.  M424  9 Jan 1722

Former reference: D22

Contents:
Elizabeth de la Guerra to Thomas Heacock. Land and 3 messuages in Hoxton.

HOLYWELL STREET. The Bell P.H. LETTER OF ATTORNEY.  M425  24th March 1748

Former reference: D24

Contents:
Katherine Byde of Bengeo Hall in Bengeo, Herts, widow of Thomas Byde, late of Ware Park AND Thomas Sheppard of Herting-fordbury, Herts and William Windus of Hertford. Tenement and brewhouse called the Bell in Hollywell St. etc. Signature of first party. And on adjoining messuage

HOXTON; BARGAIN and SALE.  M426  16 Jan 1724

Former reference: D25

Contents:
William Heacock to William Longden.
Land and 3 messuages.

BALMES FARM: Draft lease  M427  17 Jan 1821

Former reference: E 1

Contents:
Peter Beauvoir to William Rhodes.
(Court exhibit)
Balmes House and 141 acres in Hackney, and 8 acres in Shoreditch

JONES, David: Copy of will  M428  29 Aug 1815

Former reference: E2

Contents:
David Jones, formerly of Waiting Street, later of Hoxton Market.
Includes details of Property in Cardiganshire

HORSE-SHOE ALLEY. Blue Ball P.H. LEASE.  M429  26 October 1840

Former reference: E3

Contents:
BLUE BALL Public House, Horse Shoe Alley (eastside) Wilson Street, Shoreditch, Skittle ground, George Figg, Frederick William Wolf and William Lovejoy to Robert Leopold King.
Plan showing the "Blue Ball". Skittle ground.
Harding's Buildings. Horse Shoe Alley.

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT, between Jane Shackleton of Shoreditch, widow, and Henry Wotton and others, creditors of the late Revd. Reginald Shackleton.  M430  28 Oct 1757

Former reference: D4

Contents:
Accounts and signatures of the eighteen creditors.
(Note Shackleton was Chaplain of Askes Hospital from 1741 until his death. John Parkinson's account is "Bill for Physick")

HOXTON: RELEASE OF COVENANT  M431  8 Jan 1842

Former reference: E4

Contents:
(1) John Norman Pearson, late of Islington, now of Tonbridge Wells, Henry Robert Pearson of the Treasury, Whitehall, and Frederick Burnett Pearson of Conduit St. (2) the Hon. John James Hewitt of Balliol Coll. Oxf., the Hon. Francis Maude of Gloucester Terrace, Regents Park, Fred Burnett Pearson and George le Blanc of Lincoln's Inn (3) Sir Edwin Pearson, Kt., lieut. of Yeomen of the Guard, [etc.]
Leasehold estates in Hoxton. (no details)

SHOREDITCH HIGH STREET. Standard Theatre; LEASE (Counterpart).  M432  25 January 1845

Former reference: E5

Contents:
John Gibson and another to Messrs.
Johnson and Lee. The Standard Theatre (new building) and other premises (Saloons) in High Street, Shoreditch.
Schedule of fixtures (scenery)

FLEMMING STREET. Royal Standard P.H.. LEASE, Counterpart  M433  1850

Former reference: E6

Contents:
L. Holmes and J. Bewley to J. Penniall, of a messuage or tenement, etc., situate and being No.7, Flemming Street, Kingsland Road and known by the sign of The Royal Standard. + Skittle ground
Signature of Luke Holmes.

PHILLIPP STREET; ASSIGNMENT of LEASE.  M434  11 Nov 1817

Former reference: E7

Contents:
Daniel Brown of Motley Street, Curtain Road, and Joseph Hayward of Batemans Row. Parcel of land on the south side of Phillipp Street, with two brick messuages erected thereon (nos. 13 and 14 Phillipp Street).

PHILLIPP STREET; ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE.  M435  19 March 1818

Former reference: E8

Contents:
Joseph Hayward of Bateman's Row and John West of Pleasant Row, Balls Pond Common. Parcel of land on the south side of Phillipp Street, with two brick messuages situated thereon (nos. 13 and 14).

LICENSES. Marriage. Mayfair Chapel.  M436  1746-1749

Former reference: D26(SHO)

Contents:
INCLUDES
(i) 11 Oct 1746 William Pedder and Mrs. Sarah Davies both of Shoreditch
(ii) 14 Feb 1748/9 Thomas Gage and Mary Colenburn both of Shoreditch
(iii) 27 Sep 1749 John-Baptist Christ and Martha Smith of Shoreditch of St George the Martyr, Queens Sq

WHITMORE ROAD. Nos. (24 and) 25 Beauvoir Terrace; ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE.  M437  21 April 1837

Former reference: E9

Contents:
Henry Jerard, John Bradney Rippon and Peggy Rippon to Thomas Greenwood.
Signatures of all parties.
("Sir George Whitmore's Road")

WHITMORE ROAD. No.24. (west side); ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE.  M438  17 July 1841

Former reference: E10


Related information: See M437

Contents:
Mary Ann Gome and Catherine Walker Loader to Samuel James Nichols.
Plan.

COACHBUILDERS: CURTAIN ROAD, No. 35; DEED OF DISSOLUTION of partnership  M439  1846

Former reference: E 11

Contents:
Between Thomas and Matthew Shrimpton, wheelwrights and van-builders of No. 35 Curtain Road also 40,41 and 42 Charlotte Street, Old Street. Bargain and sale of business to Thomas Potter Priestley as trustee.

HABERDASHERS PLACE. Nos.6,7,8, and 9 (eastside); LEASE  M440  19 Jun 1818

Former reference: E12

Contents:
The Haberdashers' Company and James Adey, builder, to Thomas Jeffery.
Plan.

HOLYWELL LANE and RED LION COURT; ASSIGNMENT and SURRENDER of term of 1000 years  M441  13 March 1835

Former reference: E13

Contents:
Samuel Mason and John Packman to Jame Beck of 13 messuages situate in Holywell Lane and Red Lion Court in the Parish of St. Leonard, Shoreditch.
Signatures of Samuel Mason and John Packman.

WHITMORE STREET (new) No. 8; LEASE.  M442  21 Sept. 1824

Former reference: E14

Contents:
James Williams, New Gloucester Street, Hoxton, and John Bringloe, Bath Street, City Road. Land and messuage situated north side of Whitmore Street near Whitmore Road, Hoxton; with plan.

WHITMORE STREET north side; ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE.  M443  23 February 1826

Former reference: E15

Contents:
Benjamin Matthewson, Galway Street, St. Lukes, and John Norris of Sir George Whitmore Road. Land and 4 messuages situated in a new street intended to be called Whitmore Street leading out of Whitmore Road, Hoxton.

HOLYWELL STREET, Nos. 85 and 86; LEASE.  M444  24 May 1814

Former reference: E16

Contents:
Nos. 85 and 86 Holywell Street, William Millar and Mrs. Sarah Heighington to Richard Langley. Commencing Ladyday 1815 for a term of years expiring Ladyday 1829. Yearly rent £60. Land tax £2.7.6 more. Signatures of William Millar, Sarah Heighington.

WHITMORE ROAD; LEASE (Counterpart)  M445  18 Nov 1822

Former reference: E17

Contents:
James Blake of Helmet Row, St. Lukes, Timber Merchant, and Benjamin Matthewson of Popham Street, Islington, builder. Land and 4 messuages at Beauvoir Town fronting eastward on the Sir George Whitmore Road at Hoxton; with plan.

HORSE-SHOE ALLEY. Blue Ball P.H. ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE.  M446  21 February 1822

Former reference: E18

Contents:
BLUE BALL Public House, Horse Shoe Alley, + Shittleground Wilson Street, Shoreditch.
John Wilson to William Williams.

HOXTON SQUARE. Nos.40 and 41 and OLD STREET ROAD. Nos. 13 and 14. Transfer of mortgage.  M447  ND

Former reference: E19

Contents:
Richard Attenborough, Edward Selby, Francis Ashton and Samuel Wells to George Augustus Rees.

GREAT CHART STREET. No.42 (south side); LEASE  M448  10 Jun 1833

Former reference: E20

Contents:
Charles Thompson of the New Road, Saint George, AND John Cuff of Robinhood Lane, Poplar, AND John Jackson of Union Street, Hoxton, book-binder. Prem. in Great Chart Street.
Signature of all parties.

APPRENTICESHIP INDENTURE. BROWN, Edward  M449  9th November, 1836

Former reference: E21

Contents:
Indenture witnessing that Edward Brown doth put himself apprentice to William Stone of East Harding Street, Fleet Street, steel and copper plate printer. Signed by Edward Brown, William Stone and James Brown, in the presence of William Heritage, Worship Street.

HOLYWELL LANE, Nos. 56, 57 and 58 (south side) and passageway to Standard Theatre (Red Lion Court); CONVEYANCE  M450  12 Sep 1865

Former reference: F1

Contents:
James Lake, George Grayling and Charles T. Beke to Henry Munday Clark.
Signatures of Lake, Grayling and Beke.

WHITMORE STREET. Nos. 2,3,4 and 5. (south side); ABSTRACT of title to leasehold premises Nos. 2, 3, 4 and 5, Whitmore Street, Hoxton  M451  12 Mar 1866

Former reference: F2

Contents:
(Part of deeds of conveyance, Joseph Gratton to Giles Knight).

HOLYWELL LANE. Nos.56, 57 and 58. (Red Lion Court and passageway 10 Standard Theatre; Mortgage  M452  1 Oct 1864

Former reference: F3

Contents:
Charles T. Beke to James Lake and George Grayling.

GEORGE STREET; CONVEYANCE  M453  25 May 1867

Former reference: F4

Contents:
North London Railway Co. to John Douglass of a piece of vacant ground in George Street, Shoreditch, next to Standard Theatre Plan. Signature of John Douglass.

GEORGE STREET former Nos 29-35 incl; CONVEYANCE  M454  13 Jul 1867

Former reference: F5

Contents:
George Holmer and others to John Douglass of the site of 7 tenements recently burned on the north side of George Street, Shoreditch with the remains of the buildings thereon. Signatures of Geo. Holmer, Eleanor S. Holmer, Thyrza M. Poole, Anna Maria Reddelien, Rev. Edwd. Richd. Poole, John Douglass.

HOLYWELL LANE. Nos.56, 57 and 58 and passageway to Standard Theatre; CONVEYANCE  M455  8 Aug 1867

Former reference: F6

Contents:
Hy. Munday Clark to John Douglass of hereditaments and premises nos.56, 57 and 58 Holywell Lane, Shoreditch. Signature of H.M. Clark.

SHOREDITCH HIGH STREET. No.196 (piece of land at rear) (next to Standard Theatre); BARGAIN and SALE.  M456  20 July 1867

Former reference: F7

Contents:
William Hudson Griffin, Thomas Stephens, William King and Joseph Newland to John Douglass.
Plan.

[HOLYWELL] STREET. The "Bell" P.H. CONVEYANCE  M457  1617

Source of acquisition: From Cr. Note on photocopy (P3589) says "Presented by J.A.Alderson Esq"


Contents:
Sir Thomas Wentworth, 2) Henry Hodge, 3) Thomas Blisse, John Emons (alias Tice), Thomas Foster.
Signed Cuthbert and Richard Burbage.
"The Bell"; two adjoining messuages; a croft (3 acres) to the east; two new cottages; a rent of 4 shillings from the premises. (Manor of Stepney)
1) has conveyed to 3) the premises, formerly held by 2); 3) are to hold the property in trust for 2).

SHOREDITCH HIGH STREET. No.196 (at rear); CONVEYANCE.  M458  20 July 1867

Former reference: F8

Contents:
George Jeffkins to John Douglass. Two small pieces of freehold land in the yard and at the back of premises No.196 near standard Theatre 2 entrance to Holywell Lane. (one as in M456)
Plans.

HOLYWELL LANE. Nos.56, 57 and 58. DEED OF COVENANT to produce deeds, William George Beek to Charles Tilstone Beke.  M459  29 Sep 1864

Former reference: F9

SHOREDITCH HIGH STREET. Standard Theatre and No.204; LEASE (Counterpart).  M460  17 June 1850

Former reference: F10

Contents:
Lease for 26 years John Gibson and John Browne to John Douglass, of the Royal Standard Theatre in High Street, Shoreditch.
Signature of John Douglass.
Schedule of scenery

SHOREDITCH HIGH STREET. Standard Theatre. LEASE.  M461  17 Jun 1850

Former reference: F11

Contents:
John Gibson and another to John Douglass. The Royal Standard Theatre in High Street, Shoreditch.

CAMBRIDGE PLACE, Hackney Road. No.6; LEASE, Counterpart  M462  1852

Former reference: F 12

Contents:
Mrs. M.I. Gregory to J.T. Meek, R. Dallas and M. Dearberg, of a messuage or tenement, etc. situate and being No.6, Cambridge Place, Hackney Road.
No signatures.

HOLYWELL LANE. Nos.56, 57 and 58 + passageway; CONVEYANCE  M463  5 Jul 1864

Former reference: F13

Contents:
Mrs. Susannah Beek to Charles Tilstone Beke, of Nos.56, 57 and 58 Holywell Lane, Shoreditch.
Signature of Susannah Beek and C.T. Beke.

HOLYWELL LANE. Nos 56, 57 and 58 + passageway (Red Lion Court); LEASE  M464  30 Sep 1864

Former reference: F14

Contents:
Charles T. Beke to John Douglass, of nos.56, 57 and 58 Holywell Lane, Shoreditch, from Michaelmas 1864 for 21 years determinable by lessor or lessee at the end of the first 14 years. Rent £85. Plan. Signatures of Charles T. Beke and John Douglass.

HOLYWELL LANE. Nos.56, 57 and 58. LEASE Counterpart  M465  30 Sep 1864

Former reference: F15

Contents:
Charles T. Beke to John Douglass, of nos.56, 57 and 58 Holywell Lane, Shoreditch from Michaelmas 1864 for 21 years determinable by lessor or lessee at the end of the first 14 years. Rent £85.
Plan.
Signature of John Douglass.

HOXTON SQUARE. No.40 (formerly 38), No.41 and; OLD STREET ROAD. No.14; MORTGAGE  M466  29 Aug 1871

Former reference: F16

Contents:
Samuel Wells and Edward Wells to Rev. Charles Francis Luttrell West.

HOLYWELL STREET (MANOR OF STEPNEY); SURRENDER.  M467  30 Nov 1657

Contents:
(1) Surrender of house, bakehouse, garden, etc., on West side of Holywell Street, by Edward, John and Paul Hudson and Fowlke Parrey. ADMISSION of Josiah Ricroft of London, Merchant.
(2) Surrender by Ricroft. ADMISSION of Richard Hale, Citizen and Skinner of London.

RATCLIFF RENTS (or ROW) Hoxton (17 small dwelling houses) + orchard; BARGAIN and SALE  M468  22 Sept 1662

Contents:
Sarah Sidey (widow of Waldegrave Sidey Sr.) Waldegrave Sidey Jr. and his wife, Sarah, to Henry Smith and Francis Thursfeild.

CROWN & SHUTTLE P.H., Holywell Street; LEASE for a year [attested copy]  M469  24 Mar 1756

Contents:
Perdue Shering Rayner to Robert Porter and John Bentley. [RELEASE missing. Also refers to properties in Kent.]
Moiety of two messuages, west side of H. Street.

MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT.  M470  25 Mar 1756

Former reference: B.R.A.190

Contents:
Perdue Shering Rayner and Jane Bentley. Trustees: John Bentley and Robert Porter. Ditto

CROWN & SHUTTLE, Holywell Street, west side; LEASE AND RELEASE  M471  13 Aug 1765

4 ITEMS

Contents:
Whitmore Knaggs and Elizabeth his wife to Frank Capell. Half share of a messuage (formerly two) 2 related papers in Shoreditch.

CROWN & SHUTTLE, HOLYWELL STREET; LEASE.  M472  5 Jul 1782

Former reference: B.R.A.190

Contents:
Frank Capell, Joseph Dowthwaite and Jane his wife to William Truman Read and James Grant.

CROWN & SHUTTLE, Holywell Street; CERTIFICATE for REDEMPTION of the LAND TAX on the "Crown and Shuttle."  M473  8 Nov 1798

Contents:
Frank Capell. Occupier Thomas Green.

CROWN & SHUTTLE, Holywell Street; LETTER of ATTORNEY.  M474  5 Nov 1803

Former reference: B.R.A.190

Contents:
Joseph Dowthwaite and Jane his wife, Dr. Thomas Rayner, John Rayner, Rev. John Graves and Mary his wife, appoint William Rayner.

CROWN & SHUTTLE; Lease and RELEASE  M475  28 May 1806

Contents:
Thomas Rayner and others to William Wright

CROWN & SHUTTLE; AGREEMENT TO LEASE  M476  6 Feb 1816

Former reference: B.R.A.190

Contents:
Sampson Hanbury to Samuel Turner. (Holywell Street now called Shoreditch High Street)

CROWN & SHUTTLE; DECLARATION, NOTES, etc.  M477  1756-1835

Contents:
Cover says papers are for preparing lease.
14 Nov 1821.

CROWN & SHUTTLE; FINE.  M478  21 Jan 1824

Former reference: B.R.A.190

2 copies

Contents:
William Wright, Thomas Rayner and others.
2 messuages, 2 cottages & 4 curtilages in Shoreditch

CROWN & SHUTTLE; LEASE and RELEASE  M479  15-16 Mar 1824

Contents:
Thomas Rayner and William Wright to William Rayner. (Half Share)

CROWN & SHUTTLE; RENUNCIATION of EXECUTORSHIP under Will of William Rayner.  M480  9 Sep 1831

Former reference: B.R.A.190

Contents:
John Rayner to Thomas Rayner, Thomas John Burgoyne and Rayner Graves [attested copy]

CROWN & SHUTTLE; RENUNCIATION of EXECUTORSHIP under Will of William Rayner.  M481  13 Jan 1832

Contents:
Thomas Rayner to Thomas John Burgoyne and Rayner Graves. [Attested copy]

CROWN & SHUTTLE; DEED OF COVENANT for production of deeds.  M482  18 Jul 1835

Former reference: B.R.A.190

Contents:
Charles Penny to Robert Hanbury.

CROWN & SHUTTLE: ABSTRACT OF TITLE of the Devisees in Trust of the late William Rayner.  M483  c.1835

Former reference: B.R.A.190

COPT HALL; BARGAIN AND SALE  M484  4 Aug 1705

Former reference: B.R.A. 523

Contents:
Robert Oakley of London, Glazier, to Richard Slaymaker.
Plan
Two messuages with gardens, on part of the close called Copt Hall

MUCKLEY, John: Probate Copy of the will of John Muckley, of 20 Cumberland Street, curtain Road Waggoner.  M485  7 Mar 1835

Former reference: B.R.A. 833

Contents:
Beneficiary Hannah Waller, wife of William Waller.
Executor: William Stacy, of Cumberland Street.
No details of property

WILL of John Fowler, of Shoreditch, Weaver.  M486  17 Sep 1715

Former reference: B.R.A. 833

Contents:
INCLUDES PROBATE 20 Mar 1718.
Beneficiaries: Daughters, Susannah Delahayes and Anne Williams (also Executrixes.)
No details of property

SELL, Thomas; Copy of the will of Thomas Sell, of Norton Folgate. (formerly baker, of 18 Long Alley  M487  26 Nov 1831

Former reference: B.R.A. 833

Contents:
Beneficiaries: Susannah Sell (widow of the testator,) Thomas, Charles and Rosetta (children of testator.) Executors: Susannah and Thomas Sell, William Loosely and John Peters.
Nos 17 and 18 Long Alley, two messuages in Ball Alley, & three adjoining
"The Castle" and messuages in Long Alley.

PITFIELD; BARGAIN and SALE.  M488  29 Mar 1699

Former reference: B.R.A. 833

Contents:
Mary Hills to Anne Hills.
Part of the close called Pitfield in Hoxton (next to Longfield)

CITY ROAD: Memorial of assignment of 3 messuages, & shops; John Driver to John Hunter.  M489  10 Jul 1795

Former reference: B.R.A. No.833

HOLYWELL STREET; BARGAIN and SALE.  M490  14 Dec 1685

Former reference: B.R.A. 833

Damaged

Contents:
Between Sir Thomas Byde and Dame Mary Feild.
A messuage tenement, brewhouse and malt-loft on the west side of Holywell Street alias Shoreditch

HOXTON STREET; ASSIGNMENT  M491  22 Jul 1795

Former reference: BRA No.833

Contents:
John Brown, [Executor of William Gardner of Hoxton] and Richard Walker concerning six houses in Hoxton Street (west side, north of Turners Square)

HOXTON: AGREEMENT concerning dower lands in Shoreditch of Ann Baston, formerly wife of Hunt Grace decd.  M492  11 Jun 1691

Former reference: B.R.A. 833

Contents:
Parties: James Grace of St. Margaret's, Westminster, and Katherine his wife; Thomas Baston of St. Anne's, Westminster, and Anne his wife; and Francis Sheppard of Longditch, Westminster.
Twelve messuages in White Hind Yard; a house and two bowling greens called Pimlico; and a house and garden at Annis of Clere.

LONG ALLEY; LEASE.  M493  4 Dec 1761

Former reference: B.R.A. 833

Contents:
1. John Fotherby of St. Martin-in-the-Fields
2 Michael Babb of Shoreditch
3. Anthony Chapman of Shoreditch
A new-built messuage in Three Bowl Alley, on a piece of ground to the west of Long Alley
Plan

SHOREDITCH PARISH; RELEASE  M493  31 Dec 1818

Former reference: B.R.A. 833

Contents:
William Holmes, George Watkins, George Bousfield and John Berkenhead.
St Giles, Cripplegate

WORSHIP STREET "Cock and Magpie" P.H. [?]; BARGAIN and SALE  M494  30 Jan 1808

Former reference: B.R.A. 833

Contents:
Thomas Bury to Christopher Holmes and Charles Rodd [property not described but of M495]

WORSHIP STREET. "Cock and Magpie" P.H. ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE.  M495  3 Feb 1808

Former reference: B.R.A. 833

Contents:
Thomas Bury to Christopher Holmes and Charles Rodd. "Cock and Magpie" at the North end of the East side of Upper Moorfields.

Hoxton: ASHFORD STREET. Nos. 40-49. LEASE of ten new messuages.  M496  11 Jan 1815

Former reference: B.R.A. 833

Contents:
William Bennett, Frederick Nicholson, John Scott, Joseph Dowson, Albert Jones and Matthew Warton to James Adey.

MIDDLESEX PLACE. No.43, Hackney Road; LEASE.  M497  26 Dec 1816

Former reference: B.R.A. 833

Contents:
Edward Forster to Richard Elston.
Plan

HOXTON STREET; (HIGH STREET) Hoxton Town; LEASE and COUNTERPART LEASE of piece of land and 8 messuages (former plan to build "three third-rate and eight fourth-rate" houses)  M498  17 Jul 1832

Former reference: B.R.A. 833

Contents:
John Barber Tuck to George Hough.
West side of Hoxton Street, between John Street and Gloucester Street

BONDS and ASSIGNMENTS: CARTER, Jane; ASSIGNMENT of Interest in Annuities and Residuary property under Decrees in Chancery  M499  21 Feb 1840

Former reference: B.R.A. 833

Contents:
John Philpot, executor of Jane Carter, by the direction of James Walton to Dr. John Thomson. Endorsement 16 Aug 1859.
Kingsland Road: two messuages, a timber yard, the toll barhouse, and 8 small messuages adj. Basing Place.
Property in Old Street Road, Boot Street, Crown Street and Hoxton Market
A messuage in Hoxton Town

BONDS and ASSIGNMENTS; CARTER, Francis  M500  21 May 1859

Contents:
Two ASSIGNMENTS of Annuities of £20 p.a., under the will of Francis Carter.
(1) Benjamin Blakey and Maria Carter to Robert Battams (2) Benjamin Blakey and Louisa Tait to Robert Battams.

LETTERS; ELLIS, Henry To J.H. Burn  M501  22 Nov 1843

Contents:
(Incl. a note on Brown's History of Stoke Newington)
GRANGERISED ELLIS
Vol I p(i)

LETTERS; GOUGH, Richard  M502  [n.d.]

Contents:
Note by Gough sponsoring John Nichols' application for admission to the [? Royal] Society 20 Nov 1777 [? facs.]
GRANGERISED ELLIS Vol.I p(v)

LETTERS: ELLIS, Henry To Richard Percival enclosing Gough silhouette  M503  27 Jan 1844

Contents:
GRANGERISED ELLIS Vol.I p(vi)

BRADLAUGH, Charles; Admittance to Hall of Science, Old Street; and Admittance to Charles Bradlaugh, initialled  M504/1  ND

Conditions of access: Filed with M699

Source of acquisition: Presented by Robert Hochfeld, Jan 1939


BRADLAUGH, Charles; Admittance [?to House of Commons] initialled undated.  M504/2  [n.d.]

Conditions of access: Filed with M699

Source of acquisition: Presented by Roabert Hochfeld, Jan 1939


BRADLAUGH, Charles; Admittance slip to House of Commons, signed and dated, 11th February, [ ]  M504/3  [n.d.]

Conditions of access: Presented by Robert Hochfeld, Jan 1939.

HACKNEY; LEASE for 3 lives (counterpart)  M505  2 May 1605

Former reference: A1

Contents:
Sir Robert Lee, Alderman of London, to Ralph Treswell, "paintersteyner" of Hackney.
Messuage and 7 acres (3 closes) Hackney. N. of Padbrooke Mead.
+ BOND.

KINGSLAND; LEASE for 21 years  M506  10 Jun. 1693

Former reference: A2, A3

Contents:
Francis Tyssen, Esq., of London, to Ralph Harwood, Gent; of Balmes.
Messuage and 74 acres in Kingsland.
+ COUNTERPART.

KINGSLAND; LEASE for 21 years (counterpart)  M507  7 Jul. 1693

Former reference: A4

Contents:
Thomas Hazell, Clothworker, of London, to Edward Carnell, Brickmaker of Stepney.
Close of Pasture land in Kingsland.

STAMFORD HILL; LEASE for 31 years (counterpart)  M508  11 Oct. 1694

Former reference: A5

Contents:
Francis Tyssen, Esq., of Shacklewell, to Ralph Harwood, Yeoman of Hackney.
21 acres of land (5 closes and pasture) at [Stamford Hill.] Newington in the parish of Hackney

HOMERTON [HIGH] STREET; MORTGAGE  M509  24 Jun. 1699

Former reference: A6

Contents:
James Gould, Gentleman, of Hackney, to Robert Adams, Salter, of London.
House, gardens, orchard, etc. in Homerton Street. (South side)

DALSTON; LEASE for 11 years  M510  24 Mar. 1708/9

Former reference: A7

Contents:
Richard Morris, Yeoman, of Dalston, to John Woodfield, Yeoman, of Hackney.
37 acres of land in Dalston. (Barnfield, Spring Field (n.b. brickearth). (two closes), Conduit Field, and three other closes.

HACKNEY: CHURCH STREET; SURRENDER OF LEASE  M511  14 Aug. 1723

Former reference: A8

Contents:
John Ward, Esq., of Hackney, to William Cooke and James Hutton, Gents; of Shacklewell.
Messuage and gardens in (? Church Street, Hackney?) [?Ward's House - north of Dalston Lane. Mention of fountains]

HOMERTON; LEASE for 54¼ years  M512  20 Feb. 1728/9

Former reference: A9

Contents:
Ralph Harwood, Esq., of Shoreditch, to Joseph Gossford, Carpenter, of Stepney.
Land (for building house) in Homerton to south of the road leading to the Marsh Gate from Hom to.
Plan.

HOMERTON; ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE (M512)  M513  30 Oct. 1731

Former reference: A10

Contents:
Paul Houze, Esq., of Christ Church, Middlesex; Isaac Devine, Victualler, of the same, and William Beaumont, Gent; of Chancery Lane, to John Lloyd, Goldsmith, of London.
The land in M512, and six messuages built thereon
Land in Homerton + BOND.

[HIGH] HOMERTON STREET: LEASE FOR A YEAR  M514  6 Dec. 1734

Former reference: A11

Contents:
Ann Webb, Widow, of Hackney, and Sarah Webb, Spinster, of the same, to Ann Edwards, Spinster, of Whitechapel.
Messuage, gardens, orchard, etc. in Homerton Street. - property in M509

STAMFORD HILL: LEASE for 91 years (counterpart)  M515  14 Jun. 1760

Former reference: A12

Contents:
Francis John Tyssen, Esq., of Shacklewell, to Thomas Upsdell, Brickmaker, of Norton Folgate.
Field at Stamford Hill, 5½ acres. Corner Stamford Hill/Upp Clapton Rd
Plan.

SHACKLEWELL; LEASE for 81 years (counterpart)  M516  24 Jul. 1766

Former reference: A13

Contents:
Francis John Tyssen, Esq., of Shacklewell, to John Wooding, Carpenter, of Spitalfields.
Messuage at Shacklewell, formerly used as poorhouse by the parish of St. Bride's, City.
Plan.

SHACKLEWELL: LEASE for 61 years (counterpart)  M517  24 Jul. 1762

Former reference: A14

Contents:
Francis John Tyssen, Esq., of Shacklewell, to Charles Everard, Brewer, of St. James, Clerkenwell.
12 messuages at Shacklewell, newly built on the site of the capital messuage occupied by F.J.T's grandfather. + orchard
Plan.

CLAPTON; LEASE for 99 years (counterpart)  M518  20 Dec. 1762

Former reference: A15

Contents:
Francis, Earl Brooke and Earl of Warwick, to John Woodfield, yeoman of Hackney.
Land (about 100 acres) at Clapton. (Details given)

KINGSLAND; LEASE for 61 years (counterpart)  M519  1 Apr. 1763

Former reference: A16

Contents:
Francis John Tyssen, Esq., of Shacklewell, to John Lavendar, Victualler.
Garden ground for new messuage, at Kingsland.
Plan.

HACKNEY; ASSIGNMENT of John Ward's LEASES  M520  18 Jun. 1765

Former reference: A17

Contents:
Robert Dingley, Merchant, of London, and Esther his wife, to Francis John Tyssen, Esq., of St. George's Hanover Square.
Lands and messuages at Hackney near Dalston Lane & Hackney Brook

KINGSLAND; LEASE for 71 years (counterpart)  M521  11 Dec. 1765

Former reference: A18

Contents:
Francis John Tyssen, Esq., of Shacklewell, to John Earle, Baker, of Bucklersbury, City.
Messuage and land at Kingsland.
Plan.

DALSTON: Red Cow Field; LEASE for 61 years (counterpart)  M522  16 Jan. 1766

Former reference: A 19

Contents:
Francis John Tyssen, Esq., of Shacklewell, to Samuel Adams, Builder, of Portman Street, Marylebone.
Red Cow Field (8 acres).
Plan.

CHURCH STREET, Hackney; LEASE for 17 years  M523  12 Mar. 1766

Former reference: A20

Contents:
Francis John Tyssen, Esquire, of Shacklewell, to Anthony Brunn, Victualler, of Church Street, Hackney.
Messuage and lands in Church Street.
Plan. (includes Mermaid Tavern)

STAMFORD HILL; LEASE 61 years (counterpart)  M524  2 Jun. 1766

Former reference: A21

Contents:
Francis John Tyssen, Esq., of Shacklewell, to Thomas Webbe, Esq., of Hammersmith.
Piece of land at Stamford Hill.
Plan.

KINGSLAND; LEASE for 60 years (counterpart)  M525  4 Jan. 1775

Former reference: A22

Contents:
Francis John Tyssen, Esq., of Shacklewell, to Joshua Hobson, Bricklayer, of Southwark, and William his son.
Land at Kingsland (15 acres).
Plan.

SHACKLEWELL; LEASES for 61 years (counterpart)  M526-M528  1 Mar. 1776

Former reference: A23,A24,A25

Contents:
Francis John Tyssen, Esq., of St. George Hanover Square, to John Godfrey, Carpenter, of Church End, Shoreditch.
Pieces of land at Shacklewell.
Plans.

MERMAID TAVERN, Church Street, Hackney; LEASE for 35 years (counterpart)  M529  24 Mar. 1777

Former reference: A26

Contents:
Francis John Tyssen, Esq., of St. George Hanover Square, to Anthony Brunn, Victualler, of Hackney.
The Mermaid Tavern and grounds.
Plan.

HAGGERSTON [etc.]; LEASE for 21 years (counterpart)  M530  10 Nov. 1777

Former reference: A 27

Contents:
Nathaniel Acton, Esq., of Bramford, Suffolk, and the Rev. Joseph Lathbury of Livermere, Suffolk (trustees of the late Baptist Lee of Livermere) to Samuel Scott, Esq., of Coleman Street, City.
Fields at Haggerston (81 Acres, and farm-house), at Bethnal Green (8 acres), Hoxton (4 acres) and Hackney Marsh (3 acres).
Plan.

STOKE NEWINGSTON ROAD; LEASE for 55 years (counterpart)  M531  3 Dec. 1782

Former reference: A 28

Contents:
John Harcourt, Esq., of St. George Hanover Square, to William Bollis, Coach-maker of Stoke Newington.
Building land on west side of [Stoke Newington Road].

SHACKLEWELL; LEASE for 21 years  M532  6 Nov. 1787

Former reference: A 29

Contents:
Richard Benyon, Esq., of Gidea Hall, Essex, and Rev. Peter Beauvoir, of Downham Hall, Essex (devisees of real estate of Francis John Tyssen, Esq., late if Shacklewell), to Rev. John Hewlett of Shacklewell.
Messuage at Shacklewell.
Plan.

STAMFORD HILL; LEASE for 60 years (counterpart).  M533  1 Jan. 1788

Former reference: A 30

Contents:
Richard Benyon, Esq., of Gidea Hall Essex, and Rev. Peter Beauvoir, of Downham Hall, Essex (devisees of real estate of Francis John Tyssen, Esq., late if Shacklewell), to William Thompson, callender, of Stamford Hill.
Plan. 2 messuages on road from Stamford Hill to London. West side (should be East side unless N. is wrongly placed on the plan.)

STAMFORD HILL. The Upperfield; LEASE, for 61 years  M534  20 Mar. 1792

Former reference: A 31

Contents:
Richard Benyon, Esq., of Gifea Hall, Essex, and Rev. Peter Beauvoir, of Downham Hall, Essex (devisees ...) to Joseph Stonard, Cornfactor, of Great Tower Hill.
Land called "the Upperfield and Orchard" and messuage on road from Stamford Hill to London.
Plan (and elevation)

MERMAID TAVERN, Church Street, Hackney: ASSIGNMENT of Mermaid Tavern in trust to sell  M535  24 Apr. 1794

Former reference: A 32

Contents:
Ann Burden, Spinster, of Watlington, Oxford, and William Burden, Victualler, of the Mermaid, Hackney, to John Kinton, Esq., of Gray's Inn.

KINGSLAND; LEASE for 48 years (counterpart)  M536  6 Aug. 1795

Former reference: A33

Contents:
Richard Benyon, Esq., of Gidea Hall, Essex, and Rev. Peter Beauvoir, of Downham Hall, Essex (devisees...), to Samuel Scott, Esq., of Norfolk StreetMiddlesex, and Michael Pope Esq., of Finsbury Square.
Land at Kingsland (26 acres).
Plan. (no brickearth).

STAMFORD HILL; LEASE for 61 years (counterpart)  M537  2 Oct. 1795

Former reference: A34

Contents:
Richard Benyon, Esq., of Gidea Hall, Essex, and Rev. Peter Beauvoir, of Downham Hall, Essex (devisees...) to Ebenezer Johnston, ironmonger, of Bishopsgate St. Without.
Messuage + 5 acres on road from Stamford Hill to London.
Plan (and elevation).

STAMFORD HILL; LEASE for 21 years  M538  1 Mar. 1799

Former reference: A35, A36

Contents:
Rev. Peter Beauvoir, of Downham Hall, Essex (surviving devisee...) to Joseph Stonard, Esq., of Stamford Hill.
Messuage and land at Stamford Hill.
AGREEMENT on dorse. 30 May. 1805, for cutting canal. plan.
+ COUNTERPART.

STAMFORD HILL; LEASE for 61 years (counterpart)  M539  10 Aug. 1809

Former reference: A 37

Contents:
Rev. Peter Beauvoir, of Downham Hall, Essex: John Dent, Esquire; and John Wormald, Esq., both of Temple Bar; to William Thompson, Callendar, of St. Peter Cornhill.
Messuage and 1 acre on E. side of Stamford Hill.
Plan.

BUCKHOUSE LANE; LEASE for 61 years (counterpart)  M540  9 Dec. 1800

Former reference: A38

Contents:
Rev. Peter Beauvoir, of Downham Hall, Essex (surviving devisee...) to John Musgrove, Carpenter, of Homerton.
Coach-houses, stables, etc. on the N. side of Buckhouse Lane.
Plan.

STAMFORD HILL; LEASE for 61 years (counterpart)  M541  1 Apr. 1802

Former reference: A39

Contents:
Rev. Peter Beauvoir, of Downham Hall, Essex; John Dent, Esq., and John Wormald, Esq., of Temple Bar; to Roston Gamage, Esq., of South Sea House, Threadneedle St., City.
Messuages on the E. side of Stamford Hill.
Plan.

[STOKE] NEWINGTON COMMON; LEASE for 61 years (counterpart)  M542  15 Jul. 1803

Former reference: A40

Contents:
Rev. Peter Beauvoir, of Downham Hall, Essex; John Dent, Esq., and John Wormald, Esq., of Temple Bar; to John Stapleton, Cowkeeper, of Newington.
Land on N. side of Newington Common.

CHURCH STREET, Hackney; LEASE for 21 years (counterpart)  M543  20 Dec. 1803

Former reference: A41

Contents:
Rev. Peter Beauvoir, of Downham Hall, Essex, John Dent, Esq., and John Wormald, Esq., of Temple Bar, to Richard Dann, Esq., of Church Street, Hackney.
5¼ acres of land behind Mr. Dann's house.
Plan.

SHACKLEWELL [LANE]; LEASE for 61 years (counterpart)  M544  30 May 1804

Former reference: A42

Contents:
Rev. Peter Beauvoir, of Downham Hall, Essex; John Dent, Esq., and John Wormald, Esq., of Temple Bar; to John Carruthers, Esq., of Shacklewell.
7 acres of land on the S. side of Shacklewell [Lane].
Plan.

DALSTON [LANE]; LEASE for 21 years (counterpart)  M545  30 Aug. 1805

Former reference: A43

Contents:
Rev. Peter Beauvoir, of Downham Hall, Essex; John Dent, Esq., and John Wormald, Esq., of Temple Bar; to Edward and Samuel Smith, Nurseryman, of Dalston.
5½ acres on S. side of Dalston [Lane].
Plan.

STOKE NEWINGTON COMMON; LEASE for 61 years (counterpart)  M546  5 Nov. 1805

Former reference: A44

Contents:
Rev. Peter Beauvoir, of Downham Hall, Essex; John Dent, Esq., and John Wormald, Esq., of Temple Bar; to William and James Sanford, Brewers, of Stoke Newington.
2 acres of land at Stoke Newington Common.
Plan.

[STOKE] NEWINGTON COMMON; LEASE for 58½ years  M547  30 May 1807

Former reference: A45

Contents:
William and James Sanford, Brewers, of Stoke Newington, to Hugh Cleverly, Gardener, of Stoke Newington.
2 acres of land at Newington Common (for building a house).

STOKE NEWINGTON ROAD; LEASE for 61 years  M548  1 Oct. 1807

Former reference: A46

Contents:
Rev. Peter Beauvoir of Downham Hall, Essex; John Dent, Esq., and John Wormald, Esq., of Temple Bar, to George Robson, Esq., of Stoke Newington.
27 acres of land on W. side of Stoke Newington Road.
Plan.

RED COW P.H., Dalston; LEASE for 61 years  M549  2 Jul. 1808

Former reference: A47

Contents:
Rev. Peter Beauvoir...; John Dent, Esq., and John Wormald, Esq., of Temple Bar, to John Vickris Taylor, Brewer, of Limehouse.
Red Cow P.H. and Tea Garden, Dalston. (to be rebuilt)
Plan.

MERMAID TAVERN, Church Street, Hackney; LEASE for 21 years (counterpart)  M550  31 Mar. 1810

Former reference: A48

Contents:
Rev. Peter Beauvoir...; John Dent, Esq., and John Wormald, Esq., of Temple Bar; [...] Francis Tyssen, Esq., of Foulden, Norfolk; to Mary Bristow, Widow, of the Mermaid Tavern, Church Street, Hackney.
Plan

SHACKLEWELL; LEASE for 61 years (counterpart)  M551  1 Apr. 1811

Former reference: A49

Contents:
Rev. Peter Beauvoir...; John Dent, Esq., and John Wormald,...; and Francis Tyssen, Esq., of Foulden, Norfolk, to Thomas Greenwood, Esq., of Shacklewell.
Four tenements to pull down and rebuild as one house (Shacklewell).
Plan.

Cock and Castle Field. STOKE NEWINGTON ROAD. LEASE for 61 years  M552  1 Apr. 1811

Former reference: A50; A148

Contents:
Rev. Peter Beauvoir,...; John Dent, Esq., and John Wormald,...; and Francis Tyssen Esq., of Foulden, Norfolk; to John Hindle, Gentleman, and William Brooks, Gentleman, both of Kingsland Crescent.
6½ acres of Cock and Castle Field, N. of Shacklewell Lane.
Plan and COUNTERPART.
On dorse of LEASE:
John Hindle to Daniel Tyssen.
Surrender of Lease, Nov. 1838 William George Tyssen

CHURCH STREET, Hackney; LEASE for 61 years (counterpart)  M553  27 Jun. 1812

Former reference: A51

Contents:
Rev. Peter Beauvoir,...; John Dent, Esq., and John Wormald, Esq.,...; and Francis Tyssen, Esq., of Foulden, Norfolk; to John Musgrove, Auctioneer, of Church Street, Hackney.
Land at corner of Church Street and Backhouse Lane ("Bath Lane")
Plan.

CHURCH STREET, Hackney; LEASE for 21 years (counterpart)  M554  31 Aug. 1812

Former reference: A52

Contents:
Rev. Peter Beauvoir of....; John Dent, Esq., and John Wormald, Esq.,.....; and Francis Tyssen, Esq., of Foulden, Norfolk, to John Schuppe, Watchmaker, of Church Street, Hackney.
Messuage next to The Mermaid.
Plan.

STOKE NEWINGTON ROAD; LEASE for 61 years (counterpart)  M555  31 Jan. 1813

Former reference: A53

Contents:
Rev. Peter Beauvoir.....; John Dent, Esq., and John Wormald, Esq.,.....; and Francis Tyssen, Esq., of Foulden, Norfolk, to George Robson, Esq., of Stoke Newington.
27 acres (for building), w. side of [Stoke Newington Rd.].
Plan.

DALSTON; LEASE for 30 years (counterpart)  M556  5 Jul. 1814

Former reference: A54

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Maidstone, Kent, and Amelia Daniel Tyssen, his wife; to William Hobson, Esq., of Markfield, nr. Stamford Hill.
Land at Dalston.
Plan.

DALSTON LANE; LEASE for 30 years  M557  5 Jul. 1814

Former reference: A55

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Maidstone, Kent, and Amelia Daniel Tyssen, his wife; to William Hobson, Esq., of Markfield, nr. Stamford Hill.
60 acres of land in corner of Kingsland [High Street/Dalston Lane.
Plan.

WEAVERS' ARMS P.H., Stoke Newington High St. LEASE for 33 years, (counterpart).  M558  28 Jun. 1833

Former reference: A56

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Foley House, Maidstone, to John Donnithorne Taylor, Isaac Walker and Edwin Walker, Brewers, of Limehouse.
The Weavers' Arms P.H., Stoke Newington. High Street (east)
Plan.

LEA RIVER. Wharves. Coal. LEASE for 25 years (counterpart).  M559  16 Nov. 1845

Former reference: A57

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Maidstone, to Thomas Saunders, Coal Merchant, of Lea Bridge.
Messuage, wharf, etc., on E. side of River Lea N. of Lea Bridge Road.
Plan.

STOKE NEWINGTON COMMON; LEASE for 63 years.  M560  21 Dec. 1816

Former reference: A58

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Maidstone, to William Adamson, Gardener, of Newington Common.
2½ acres for building, N. side of Newington Common.
Plan.

ROBIN HOOD LANE; LEASE for 21 years  M561  24 Jan. 1818

Former reference: A59

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Foulden Hall, Norfolk, to John Banfield, Esq., of Clapton.
3 rods of land at Clapton, on N. side of Robin Hood Lane.
Plan.

STAMFORD HILL; LEASE for 60 years (counterpart)  M562  20 Feb 1818

Former reference: A60

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Maidstone, Kent, to Henry Robert Hartley, Stonemason, of Stamford Hill.
Land for building behind Bird Cage P.H., N. of "New Street" (later Windus Road).
Plan.

STAMFORD HILL; LEASE for 34 years (counterpart)  M563  20 Jun. 1818

Former reference: A61

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Foulden Hall, Norfolk, to Joseph Stonard, Esq., of Stamford Hill.
19 acres at Stamford Hill.
Plan.

STAMFORD HILL: LEASE for 20 years (counterpart)  M564  16 Mar. 1818

Former reference: A62

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Foulden Hall, Norfolk, to Thomas Prostor, Gent, of Stamford Hill.
House and garden on E. side of Stamford Hill.
Plan.

STOKE NEWINGTON COMMON: LEASE for 40 years  M565  20 Mar. 1818

Former reference: A63

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Foulden Hall, Norfolk, to John Cleverly, Nurseryman, of Newington Common.
Messuage at NW end of Newington Common.
Plan.

DALSTON LANE; LEASE for 61 years (counterpart)  M566  20 Mar. 1818

Former reference: A64

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Foulden Hall, Norfolk, to Francis Day, publican, of Dalston.
Piece of waste ground "on N. side of turnpike road leading from Kingsland to Dalston."
Plan.

UPPER CLAPTON; LEASE for 65 years (counterpart)  M567  18 May 1818

Former reference: A66

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Foulden Hall, Norfolk, to John Marsh, Gentleman, of Clapton.
2 acres at Upper Clapton for building 2 houses.
Plan.

ROBIN HOOD P.H., High Hill Ferry; LEASE for 35 years (counterpart)  M568  22 Sep. 1818

Former reference: A67

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Foulden Hall, Norfolk, to William Garrard, Victualler, of High Hill Ferry.
Robin Hood P.H. and fishing rights from Lea Bridge to near Bells Wharf.
Plan.

SHACKLEWELL. LEASE for 21 years (counterpart)  M569  10 Oct. 1818

Former reference: A68

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Foulden Hall, Norfolk, to Thomas and William Rhodes, Brickmakers, of Hoxton.
8 acres at Shacklewell in 2 fields.
Plan.

HIGH HILL FERRY. Greensfield; LEASE for 31 years (counterpart).  M570  18 Nov. 1822

Former reference: A69

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Fitzroy Square, to Thomas and William Rhodes, Brickmakers, of Hoxton.
Greensfield and another field (each 8 acres) at High Hill Ferry.
Plan.

FOUNTAIN INN, U. Clapton; ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M571  29 Feb. 1820

Former reference: A70

Contents:
Benjamin Compton, Victualler, of Clapton, to Robert Hart, Victualler, of Chiswick.
The Fountain Inn, Clapton.

CLAPTON FIELD; LEASE for 30 years (counterpart)  M572  22 May 1820

Former reference: A71

Contents:
George Buckham, Stonemason, of Little Abingdon Street, Westminster, to John Younger, Gentleman, of John Street, Crutched Friars, City.
House in Clapton Field.
Plan.

DALSTON. Hanging Field; LEASE for 21 years (counterpart)  M573  20 Sep. 1820

Former reference: A72

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Fitzroy Square, to John Samuel Cater, Gardener, of Dalston Lane.
Hanging Field, 3 acres at Dalston.
Plan.

DOWN LANE; LEASE for 21 years (counterpart)  M574  20 Sep. 1820

Former reference: A73

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Fitzroy Square, to Francis Day, Inkeeper, of Dalston.
The Vineyard Field in Down Lane. (3 acres).
Plan.

KINGSLAND [?ROAD]; LEASE for 26 years (counterpart)  M575  15 Mar 1821

Former reference: A74

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Fitzroy Square, to Henry Parks Jr., Cheesemonger, of Kingsland.
6 messuages, gardens, etc. on W. side of Kingsland Road.
Plan.
Kingsland Road "West side of Kingsland... "

CHURCH STREET, Hackney; LEASE for 24 years (counterpart)  M576  26 May 1821

Former reference: A75

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Fitzroy Square, to James and George Anthony Sharp, Bullion Broker and Russia Broker, both of Winchester Street, executors of the will of Richard Dann (II).
5¼ acres at back of R.D's house in Church St.
Plan.

KINGSLAND [HIGH STREET]; LEASE for 21 years (counterpart)  M577  20 Jun 1821

Former reference: A76

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Fitzroy Square, to George Landbeck, Stationer, of Kingsland.
Messuage on the East side of Kingsland [High Street].

UPPER CLAPTON [ROAD]; LEASE for 81 years (counterpart)  M578  8 Sep 1821

Former reference: A77

Contents:
William George Daniel lessen, Esq., of Fitzroy Square, to Samuel Robinson, Esq., of Clapton.
4 acres on the E. side of Upper Clapton [Rd].
Plan.

STAMFORD HILL; LEASE for 45 years (counterpart)  M579  20 Sep 1821

Former reference: A78

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Fitzroy Square, to William Fry, Esq., of Stamford Hill.
9 acres at Stamford Hill.

STAMFORD HILL; LEASE for 31 years (counterpart)  M580  20 Sep 1821

Former reference: A79

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Fitzroy Square, to Nathan Meyer Rothschild, Esq., of Stamford Hill.
11 acres at Stamford Hill.

HORSE AND GROOM P.H., Lea Bridge; LEASE for 21 years (counterpart)  M581  20 Sep 1821

Former reference: A80

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Fitzroy square, to Thomas Sparrey, Victualler, of the Horse and Groom, Lea Bridge.
Horse and Groom P.H. and Tea gardens.
Plan.

DALSTON LANE. [Upper Field]; LEASE for 21 years (counterpart)  M582  30 Nov 1821

Former reference: A81

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Fitzroy Square, to William Hurst Ashpitel, Surveyor, of Clapton.
11 acres at Dalston Lane, including Upper Field
Plan.

STAMFORD HILL; LEASE for 70 years (counterpart)  M583  20 Feb 1821

Former reference: A82

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Fitzroy Square, to John Hindle, Esq., of Stoke Newington.
Messuage and 3 acres on E. side of Stamford Hill.
Plan.

STAMFORD HILL; LEASE for 61 years (counterpart)  M584  20 Jun 1822

Former reference: A83

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Fitzroy Square, to George Ashton, Baker of Stamford Hill.
Messuage and land on the E. side of Stamford Hill, next to the Bird Cage P.H.
Plan.

KINGSLAND ROAD; LEASE for 60 years (counterpart)  M585  20 Aug 1822

Former reference: A84

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Fitzroy Square, to Matthias Ramsdale, Cornchandler, of Kates Lane.
Farmhouse, cowlayer and other land on E. side of Kingsland Road, (for building?).
Plan.

SHACKLEWELL LANE; LEASE for 21 years (counterpart)  M586  21 Apr 1823

Former reference: A85

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Fitzroy Square, to Rev. Thomas Rogers, of Shacklewell.
Messuage and gardens on side of Shacklewell Lane.
Plan.

SHACKLEWELL LANE; LEASE for 21 years  M587  19 Nov 1823

Former reference: A86

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Fitzroy Square to Samuel Springsguth Jr., Engraver, of Shacklewell.
Six houses on N. side of Shacklewell Lane, next to the Manor House.
Plan.

KATES LANE; LEASE for 65 years  M588  20 Jan. 1824

Former reference: A87

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Fitzroy Square, to Matthias Ramsdale, Corndealer, Kates Lane, Clapton.
1 acre + on the N. side of Kates Lane, for building. Endorsed (ctd.).
Plan.
SURRENDER OF LEASE, 3 Jan. 1887.
Charles Henry Robinson Hallett, Gent, of 1 Denton Villas, Merton Road, Lower Tooting, Surrey, and Milton Harsant, Gent., The Willows, Tooting, to William Amhurst Tyssen Amherst, Esq., of Didlington Hall, Norfolk, MP.

ROBIN HOOD P.H., High Hill Ferry; LEASE for 21 years  M589  25 Apr. 1825

Former reference: A88

Contents:
William Garrard, Victualler, of High Hill Ferry, to Henry Watts, Victualler, of the Roebuck, Duke Street, St. Botolph, Aldgate.
The Robin Hood P.H., High Hill Ferry. (with fishery) plan. Mention of a chapel

KATES LANE; LEASE for 58¼ years (counterpart)  M590  22 Sep. 1825

Former reference: M89

Contents:
Matthias Ramsdale, Corndealer, of Clapton, to Edward Haylock, Carpenter, of Dyapson Row, Newington Road.
Land with 2 new houses on the W. of the New Road leading from Kates Lane to Mr Adamson's ground.
Plan.

KINGSLAND ROAD; LEASE for 40¼ years (counterpart)  M591  30 Dec. 1825

Former reference: A90

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Fitzroy Square, to Dan Glaister Foster, to change Broker, Threadneedle Street.
Land behind houses on W. side of Kingsland Road.
Plan.

[STOKE] NEWINGTON COMMON; LEASE for 61 years  M592  20 Mar. 1622

Former reference: A91

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Fitzroy Square, to John Cleverly, Nurseryman, of John Cleverly, Nurseryman, of Newington Common, land at NW end of Newington Common, for building 6 houses.
Plan
Dorse: RELEASE and SURRENDER of part of the premises, 18 Jun. 1832.
James Vernell, Esq., John Trigg, Butoher, of Stoke Newington, to William (George Daniel Tysse Esq., of Maidstone.
Plan.

UPPER CLAPTON; LEASE for 72¾ years.  M593  6 May, 1826

Former reference: A92-93

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Fitzroy Square, to Francis Henchman, Esq., of Great Ormond Street.
2 houses and land on S. side of the New Road at Upper Clapton.
Plan
Dorse: SURRENDER OF LEASE, 4th May 1830.
Francis Henchman, Esq., of Great Ormond Street, to William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Fitzroy Square.
Plan
+ COUNTERPART

UPPER CLAPTON ROAD; LEASE for 72¾ years (Counterpart)  M594  15 Jun. 1826

Former reference: A94

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssent Esq., of Fitzroy Square, and Francis Henchman, Esq., of Great Ormond Street, to William Ward, Esq., of Clapton.
New house with garden on the E. Side of Upper Clapton Road.
Plan

KATES LANE; LEASE for 21 years (counterpart)  M595  20 Sep. 1826

Former reference: A95

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Fitzroy Square, to John Cleverle Nurseryman of Stoke Newington.
4 - acre field in Kates Lane.
Plan.
Dorse: MEMORANDUM as to an alteration in the course of the Hackney Brook, and small piece of land returned to W.G.D. Tyssen by John Cleverly. 28 Feb. 1828.

HIGH HILL FERRY. Cloth Works; Lease for 14 years  M596  27 Dec. 1826

Former reference: A96

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Fitzroy Square, to William Burch, Cloth Printer, of Clapton.
House and cloth printing works on R. Lea at Clapton. (High Hill Ferry)
Plan. Schedule of equipment.

KINGSLAND HIGH STREET; LEASE for 61 years (counterpart), from 1840  M597  5 Dec. 1827

Former reference: A97

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Maidstone, to William Matthews, Oilman and Tallow Chandler, of Kingsland.
Plan. 30 messuages in Kingsland High Street, N. of Abbott Street.

CLAPTON COMMON; LEASE for 75 years  M598  14 Mar. 1828

Former reference: A98

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Foley House, Maidstone, to Mary Heyman, Widow, of Cheltenham.
Piece of land on the W. side of [Clapton Common], for use as a roadway.
Plan.

SHACKLEWELL; LEASE for 72 years (counterpart)  M599  20 Mar. 1828

Former reference: A99

Contents:
John Hindle, Gentleman, of Stoke Newington, to James Newman, Surveyor, of Summet Place, Upper Clapton.
House and ground "on the front of Shacklewell New Road, and opposite the Parsonage House of West Hackney."
Plan.

KATES LANE; LEASE for 61 years (counterpart)  M600  25 Apr. 1828

Former reference: A100

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Foley House, Maidstone, to William Workman, Bricklayer, of Kates Lane.
Piece of land on the N. side of Kates Lane.

BONDS and ASSIGNMENTS: CARTER, Maria  M601  1843

Former reference: B.R.A. 833

Contents:
ASSIGNMENT to secure the repayment of £100 and interest, dated 1 Mar 1843. Maria Carter to Benjamin Blakey.

GREAT CAMBRIDGE STREET. Nos.37, 38 and 39. LEASE  M602  13 Sep 1848

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
William Arthur Rhodes to Frederick Alexander Andrew Maillard.
Plan.

CLIFTON STREET Nos.1-28: 30-32; ABSTRACT of title of the executors of Laura Fell to the houses in Clifton Street. (Nos.1-28: 30-32.)  M603  [n.d.]

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
Recites deeds 1855-1895.

DEAS and ROBERTSON: DEED OF PARTNERSHIP  M604  dated 1922

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
Between Frank Culbertson Deas and William Robertson. Business of Storage Contractors to be carried on at 50-52 Whitmore Road, Hoxton.

GREAT CAMBRIDGE STREET. Nos. 40,41 and 42: LEASE  M605  dated 13 Sep 1848

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
William Arthur Rhodes to John Williamson.
Plan.

ABSTRACT OF TITLE  M606  1905-1915

Contents:
To ground and a warehouse on the south side of Virginia Road and the west side of Mount Street, Bethnal Green.
Plan

MOTLEY AVENUE. No.1. (Sho-Curtain Rd); TENANCY AGREEMENT.  M607  29 Jun 1907

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
George Roberts to Marks Letwin.

MOTLEY AVENUE. No.3. TENANCY AGREEMENT.  M608  19 Jan 1907

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
George Roberts to Jacob Cappin and Harris Cappin. + (ii) notes, letter, etc. relating to No.3.

MOTLEY AVENUE, Nos.3-4; TENANCY AGREEMENT.  M609  18-19 May 1907

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

2 copies (1 draft?).

Contents:
George Roberts to Marks Zusman and Joseph Cohen.

PHIPPS PLACE. No.2. ?Phipps St., Curtain Rd, Shoreditch; LEASE.  M610  11 July 1892

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
George Roberts to Charles Joseph Barr and George Lewis Barr.

GASSELL; LETTER from Florence Gassell  M611  27 Jun 1889

Former reference: B.R.A. 985

Contents:
Requesting her father's executors to vary investment of her legacy.

CISTERN(S) CLOSE, Elder Street [otherwise UNICORN ALLEY]; ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M612  28 Jun 1821

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
Andrew John Mackenzie to John Marshall.
Land with warehouses and bldgs.

UNICORN ALLEY, Elder Street [otherwise CISTERN CLOSE]; LEASE and COUNTERPART.  M613  30 Sep 1752

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
Edward Grose to Joseph Foster.
Plan.
Land and night of way over passage into Elder Street, called U.A./C.C.

CISTERN(S) CLOSE, Elder Street; LEASE  M614  2 May 1774

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
George Jackson and John and Jane Marshall to John Thornton and Samuel Moody. (Counterpart.)
As prev.
Plan.

CITY ROAD Nos 116 and 117; DEED OF COVENANT  M615  19 Mar 1858

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
To produce deeds, William Prentice to Alfred Angel Wallbridge.

BOWLING GREEN ROW, Shoreditch; Lease  M616  31 Mar 1785

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
Thomas Malkin to Samuel Bull. (Counterpart.) Land, north side, + [...]
Plan.

BRUNSWICK STREET. George the Fourth P.H. LEASE  M617  19 Mar 1896

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
Benskins Watford Brewery Ltd. to Ambrose Caley.

ADLER, A. Fancy leather goods mfr. ARTICLES of PARTNERSHIP  M618  1 Feb 1869

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
Albert Adler and James Clowes, trading at No.12 Napier Street, Hoxton.

RELEASE OF THE TRUST of the will of Mrs. Hannah Jerrard  M619  2 Apr 1895

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

HACKNEY ROAD. No.2 Butchers shop and AUSTIN COURT, one mess, in ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M620  7 Mar 1835

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
John Vann to Thomas Gardiner, William Burt and Mary Ann his wife, Ann, Lydia and Eliza Edwards.

BRITANNIA STREET. Nos.34,35 and 36; MORTGAGE  M621  29 Apr 1887

Former reference: B.R.A. No.898

Contents:
Paul Jerrard and Hannah his wife to Elizabeth Prentice.

HERBERT STREET. Nos.42 and 46; ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M622  13 Oct 1864

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
Frederick Winter and Martha his wife to Thomas Alder and Adam Eve.

BRIDPORT PLACE. No.29; LEASE  M623  3 Oct 1860

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
James Coe Snr. to John Samuel Moore.

BRIDPORT PLACE. NO. 29; ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M624  29 Jan 1864

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
Charles Light to Charles Clark.

BRIDPORT PLACE. No.29. ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M625  29 Sep 1865

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
Charles Clark to John Dixon.

BRIDPORT PLACE. No.29; ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M626  2 Apr 1870

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
John Dixon to Henry Ranger.

WILL of Sarah Hobbs, widow, of Dawlish, Devon  M627  3 Nov 1837

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
CODICILS 30 Dec 1846, 10 Jan 1848.
PROBATE 23 Oct 1850.
Bequests include Nos.21 and 22 Thomas Street, Hackney Road.

BRIDPORT PLACE. No.38; MORTGAGE  M628  9 May 1863

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
John Sharpe to Joseph Carter Wood.

BRIDPORT PLACE. No.38, The "Oxford" Beer House; ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M629  13 May 1864

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
John Sharpe and Joseph Carter Wood to John Rimmington.

BRIDPORT PLACE. No.38, The "Oxford" Beer House; ASSIGNMENT  M630  2 Feb 1865

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
John Rimmington to Joseph Carter Wood.

BRIDPORT PLACE. No.38, The "Oxford" Beer House; ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M631  14 Aug 1865

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
Joseph Carter Wood to Edward Plant.

BRIDPORT PLACE. No.38, The "Oxford" Beer House; MORTGAGE  M632  14 Aug 1865

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
Edward Plant to Joseph Carter Wood.

BRIDPORT PLACE. No.38, The "Oxford" Beer House; ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M633  24 Jun 1867

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
Edward Plant and Joseph Carter Wood to George Loveless.

BRIDPORT PLACE. No.38, The "Oxford" Beer House; MORTGAGE  M634  24 Jun 1867

Former reference: B.R.A 898

Contents:
George Loveless to Joseph Carter Wood.

BRIDPORT PLACE. No.38, The "Oxford" Beer House; ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M635  13 Jul 1868

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
George Loveless and Joseph Carter Wood to John Merrick.

BRIDPORT PLACE. No.38, The "Oxford" Beer House; MORTGAGE  M636  13 Jul 1868

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
John Merrick to Joseph Carter Wood.

BRIDPORT PLACE. No.38. The "Oxford" Beer House; ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M637  23 Oct 1868

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
Joseph Carter Wood to Benjamin Townsend.

BRIDPORT PLACE. No.38, The "Oxford" Beer House; MORTGAGE  M638  23 Oct 1868

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
Benjamin Townsend to Joseph Carter Wood.

BRIDPORT PLACE. No. 75. The "Oxford" Beer House [formerly No.38];ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M639  21 Feb 1872

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
Benjamin Townsend and Joseph Carter Wood to Charles Hart.

BRIDPORT PLACE. No. 75. The "Oxford" Beer House [formerly No.38];MORTGAGE  M640  21 Feb 1872

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
Charles Hart to Joseph Carter Wood.

BRIDPORT PLACE. No. 75. The "Oxford" Beer House [formerly No.38];ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M641  29 Jun 1874

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
Joseph Carter Wood and William Burchell to Henry Guest.

BRIDPORT PLACE. No. 75. The "Oxford" Beer House [formerly No.38];MORTGAGE.  M642  29 Jun 1874

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
Henry Guest to Joseph Carter Wood.

BRIDPORT PLACE. No. 75. The "Oxford" Beer House [formerly No.38]; ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M643  23 Dec 1874

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
Henry Guest and Joseph Carter Wood to George Stockwell.

BRIDPORT PLACE. No. 75. The "Oxford" Beer House [formerly No.38]; MORTGAGE  M644  23 Dec 1874

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
George Stockwell to Joseph Carter Wood.

BRIDPORT PLACE. No. 75. The "Oxford" Beer House [formerly No.38]; ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M645  12 Oct 1875

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
Joseph Carter Wood to Jesse Lacey.

BRIDPORT PLACE. No.75. The "Oxford" Beer House. [formerly No.38]; MORTGAGE  M646  13 Oct 1875

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
Jesse Lacey to Joseph Carter Wood.

BRIDPORT PLACE. No.75. The "Oxford" Beer House. [formerly No.38]; ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M647  23 Oct 1876

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
Jesse Lacey and Joseph Carter Wood to Frederick Law.

BRIDPORT PLACE. No.75. The "Oxford" Beer House. [formerly No.38]; MORTGAGE  M648  23 Oct 1876

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
Frederick Law to Joseph Carter Wood.

BRIDPORT PLACE. No.75. The "Oxford" Beer House. ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M649  14 May 1877

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
Frederick Law and Joseph Carter Wood to Thomas Newman.

BRIDPORT PLACE. No.75. The "Oxford" Beer House; MORTGAGE  M650  14 May 1877

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
Thomas Newman to Joseph Carter Wood.

BRIDPORT PLACE. No.75. The "Oxford Anne" Beer House. [formerly No.38]; ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M651  25 Sep 1877

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
Thomas Newman and Joseph Carter Wood to Augustus, Charles Frederick, and Frederick Leney.

BRIDPORT PLACE. No.75. The "Oxford Arms" Beer House. [formerly No.38]; ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M652  15 Jul 1878

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
Augustus, Charles Frederick, and Frederick Leney to Richard Henry Green.

BRIDPORT PLACE. No.75. The "Oxford Arms" Beer House. [formerly No.38]; ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M653  2 Aug 1882

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
James Watney Jr., M.P.., to Charles William Targett.

BRIDPORT PLACE. No. 75. The "Oxford Arms" Beer House. [formerly No.38]; MORTGAGE  M654  2 Aug 1882

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
Charles William Targett to James Watney Jr. M.P..

BRIDPORT PLACE. No.75. The "Oxford Arms" Beer House. [formerly No.38]; ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M655  22 Feb 1883

Former reference: B.R.A. 898

Contents:
Charles William Targett and James Watney Jr., M.P., to William Major.

EAST STREET, Goldsmith Row. Nos.18,19,20 and 21. ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M656  14 Jul 1831

Former reference: B.R.A. 904

Contents:
Samuel Standfast, Daniel, Thomas (2) and William Rowland Seares to John Croker.

EAST STREET, Goldsmith Row. Nos. 18,19,20 and 21. ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M657  29 Sep 1841

Former reference: B.R.A. 904

Contents:
John Croker and Hannah his wife, Daniel William Lucas and Frederick James Catling to John Appleton.

JOHN'S TERRACE, Hackney Road. No.9. ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M658  28 Oct 1859

Former reference: B.R.A. 958

Contents:
James Hayer to Robert James Hurle.

WILL of Mary Banks, of 29 Brown Street, Edgware Road, formerly of 41 Forston Street.  M659  1872

Contents:
Bequests include the leasehold of 9 Clift Street, New North Road.
Will 10 Dec 1872.
Probate 13 May 1873.

WILL of Elizabeth Kelly, of the Parsonage, Christ Church, New North Road  M660  6 Apr 1868

Former reference: B.R.A. 965

Contents:
Probate 9 Mar 1880.

WILL of William Dolman, Weaver, of Shoreditch.  M661  1749

Former reference: B.R.A. 984

Contents:
Will 5 Apr 1749.
Probate 7 Aug 1769.

HOG LANE, Shoreditch; LEASE and RELEASE [Release missing]  M662  23 Dec 1779

Former reference: B.R.A. 984

Contents:
Johnson Robinson, Thomas Cooper and Thomas Phillips to Charles Harris.
Land on the east of a new court in H.L.

Agreements. Various. Gale/Rumball for mutual sharing of property  M663  20 Dec 1799

Former reference: B.R.A. 984

Contents:
Sarah Gale, Ann Matilda Rumball and Elizabeth Rumball.

KINGSLAND ROAD, Shoreditch (east side); LEASE.  M664  23 Mar 1802

Former reference: B.R.A. 984

Contents:
Margaret Sheen to John Poole.
Plan.
Site for two messuages to be built

HOXTON NO. 55 LEASE.  M665  20 Mar 1806

Former reference: B.R.A. 984

Contents:
Sarah Pirrie to Thomas Moulton.

ASSIGNMENT of the goods of Charles Harris, Bankrupt, to John Warmington Rogers, (Receiver,) by John France, George Storey and Francis Charles Parry (Commissioners of Bankruptcy.)  M666  19 Nov 1811

Former reference: B.R.A. 984

EARL STREET. NO. 15 (Shoreditch); LEASE  M667  17 Apr 1848

Former reference: B.R.A. 984

Contents:
James Thomas Berkley, Thomas Rowley and Ellen Caroline Sharpe to William Oster.

PETITION for Commission of Bankruptcy against Thomas Rolph, of Crutched Friars, Surgeon. Petition issued by James Rolph, of Royal Oak Walk, Pitfield Street, Surgeon.  M668  12 Jun 1827

Former reference: BRA 984

ELIZA TERRACE, Whitemore Road. No.3; LEASE  M669  5 Mar 1851

Former reference: B.R.A. 984

Contents:
George Langley, Francis Davis and Sophia Hands to Edward Izard Burton.

CHARLOTTE STREET, Old Street Road. Nos. 12, 13 and 14.; LEASE AND RELEASE  M671  8-9 May 1837

Former reference: B.R.A. 985

Contents:
John Gage, John Wright, Thomas, Francis, Charles and Mary Ann Fitzherbert Brockholes, and John, George and Francis Fitzherbert to David Wilson.

Redemption of Land Tax - Shoreditch properties  M672  [n.d.]

Former reference: B.R.A. 985

Contents:
Includes:
FOUNDRY PLACE. Nos. 1-16 and
OLD STREET ROAD, Nos.1-12, Edwards Place, and Nos.1-8 John's Place and
JOHN'S PASSAGE. Nos.1-6 and
ROSE SQUARE. Nos.1-8 and
VIRGINIA GARDENS. Nos.1-2 and
MILLS COURT, Charlotte Street. Nos1-15 and
CHARLOTTE STREET. Nos.43-54 (all incl.)
27, Brunswick Place Foundry Place 1-16
CERTIFICATE of a Contract for the redemption of Land Tax, date 12 Aug 1843, Henry Lewis Wickham and David Thornton (Commissioners) to David Wilson, owner of the properties.

CHARLOTTE STREET, Nos.3-8 and 43-54 (both incl.) and MILLS COURT, Nos.7-15 (incl.) and WELCH'S BUILDINGS, Nos.7-12 (incl.) Conveyance  M673  28 Sep 1860

Former reference: B.R.A. 985

Contents:
David Wilson and Richard Foster to Charles Gatliff.
With (ii) Schedule of Documents to 1876

CHARLOTTE STREET. Nos43-54 and MILLS COURT. Nos.1-15 (both incl.) CONVEYANCE  M674  14 Nov 1876

Former reference: B.R.A. 985

Contents:
Richard Foster to John King Farlow.

CHARLOTTE STREET. Nos.43-54 and MILLS COURT. Nos.1-15. (both incl.); MORTGAGED  M675  16 Nov 1876

Former reference: B.R.A. 985

Contents:
John King Farlow to Walter David Davies.

CHARLOTTE STREET, Nos.43-54 and MILLS COURT. Nos.1-15 (both incl.): MEMORANDA of further charges on the mortgage of Charlotte Street and Mills Court properties (M675)  M676  Nov 1878, Sep 1879

Former reference: B.R.A. 985

Contents:
John King Farlow to Walter David Davies. Feb, Mar, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep

CHARLOTTE STREET. No.49; AGREEMENT to let warehouse  M677  18 Nov 1878

Former reference: B.R.A. 985

Contents:
John King Farlow to Jacoh Emil Zoers.

CHARLOTTE STREET. No.46. AGREEMENT to let warehouse  M678  30 Jul 1879

Former reference: B.R.A. 985

Contents:
John King Farlow to Pintsch's Patent Lighting Co. Ltd..

CHARLOTTE STREET. Nos.43-54 and MILLS COURT. Nos.1-15 (both incl.) MORTGAGE  M679  6 Apr 1880

Former reference: B.R.A. 985

Contents:
John King Farlow the Amelia Robinson.
Includes RECONVEYANCE, dated 3 Oct 1881, Mrs. Jane Amelia Robinson to John King Farlow.

CHARLOTTE STREET. No.48 AGREEMENT to let warehouse  M680  19 Aug 1880

Former reference: B.R.A. 985

Contents:
John King Farlow to Jacob Emil Zoers.

CHARLOTTE STREET. Nos.43, 44 and 45. TRANSFER OF MORTGAGE  M681  21 Dec 1881

Former reference: B.R.A. 985

Contents:
John King Farlow and Walter David Davies to Miss Jane Elizabeth Cholmondeley.

CHARLOTTE STREET. Nos.43-49 [formerly Nos. 43-54]: DECLARATION [by Robert P. Notley, Surveyor] that Nos.43-54 have become 43-49.  M682  ND

Former reference: B.R.A. 985

CHARLOTTE STREET. Nos.43, 44 and 45. COVENANT for production of deeds  M683  2 Jun 1882

Former reference: B.R.A. 985

Contents:
John King Farlow, Herbert Wyatt Davies and Randolph Payne to Miss J.E. Cholmondeley.

CHARLOTTE STREET. Nos.43-49 (incl.) MEMORANDUM from W.D. Davies (Solicitor for Miss J.E. Cholmondeley)  M684  11 Jul 1889

Former reference: B.R.A. 985

Contents:
re production of deeds, to John King Farlow.

CHARLOTTE STREET. No.45 LEASE  M685  6 Oct 1892

Former reference: B.R.A. 985

Contents:
John King Farlow to Edward William Brown.

CHARLOTTE STREET. No.46 AGREEMENT to let warehouse  M686  13 Mar 1885

Former reference: B.R.A. 985

Contents:
John King Farlow to Henry Ross.

CHARLOTTE STREET. Nos.46-49 (incl.); Note on INSURANCE, with the Phoenix Fire Office, Stockwell Agency  M687  15 Jun 1882

Former reference: B.R.A. 985

Contents:
Written by Robert P. Notley [Surveyor.] Names include Herbert Wyatt Davies, Randolph Payne, John King Farlow and Jacob Emil Zoers.

CHARLOTTE STREET. No.44 AGREEMENT to let warehouse  M688  17 Dec 1895

Former reference: B.R.A. 985

Contents:
John, Arthur, Richard and Sydney Charles King Farlow, James Martin and Emily Farlow to Ebenezer Envill.

CHARLOTTE STREET. No.43. LEASE and COUNTERPART LEASE  M689  1 Aug 1935

Former reference: B.R.A. 985

Contents:
Sir Sydney Charles King Farlow Nettleton, Frank Tierney Septimus Farlow and Guy Vernon King Farlow to Albert John Edwards and John Henry Griffiths.

CHARLOTTE STREET. No.43. Various notes on INSURANCE, with the Phoenix Assurance Co. Ltd  M690  1921-1938

Former reference: B.R.A. 985

Contents:
Jun 1921 (policy), Jan 1929, 22 Apr 1933, 26 Apr 1933, Sep 1933, 21 Jul 1934, 27 Jul 1934, Jul 1935, Aug 1935, Jan 1936, Aug 1938. Names include John King Farlow, Martin Farlow, James Francis Hummerston, Clancy Bros., C. & R. Light, M. & J. Cohen.

CHARLOTTE STREET. No.43.; SURRENDER OF LEASE  M691  16 Nov 1939

Former reference: B.R.A. 985

Contents:
Albert John Biwards and John Henry Griffiths (C. & R. Light) to Marjorie Mabel Griffiths and Agnes Edwards.

NEW GLOUCESTER PLACE, Hoxton LEASE  M692  30 Jul 1825

Former reference: B.R.A. 1041

Contents:
Matthew Fullwood to James Brown.

NEW GLOUCESTER STREET, Hoxton. No.2. LEASE.  M693  6 Sep 1827

Former reference: B.R.A. 1041

Contents:
Joshua Turner to James Brown.
Plan.

NEW GLOUCESTER PLACE, Hoxton and NEW GLOUCESTER STREET, No. 2.; ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE by way of mortgage  M694  21 Aug. 1830

Former reference: B.R.A. 1041

Contents:
James Brown to John Day.

Accounts. Various. BROWN, James (Executors of)  M695  1833-1840

Former reference: B.R.A. 1041


Related information: [see M692-M694.]

Contents:
Various cheques, receipts, etc., notes on James Brown's funeral arrangements and expenses

LETTER from Rev. Thomas Cornthwaite, Rector of St. John at Hackney  M696  1779

Former reference: G1068

Source of acquisition: Freeman 3167 from original at AR


Contents:
Concerning the income of the Rectory

Account of the whole receipts of the Rectory of Hackney - from January 1st to December 31, 1825  M697  1825

Former reference: G 1068

Source of acquisition: Freeman 3/67 from original at AR


Copies information: facs.


S. LEONARD SHOREDITCH. Parish. Memorials: An Account of the Parish of St. Leonard Shoreditch, Middlesex, of the several Charities and Benefactions to the same, and of other matters relating to the said Parish.  M698  [n.d.]

254 leaves plus 25 leaves.

Source of acquisition: DON. 1913 by J. Cox, Esq..


Contents:
Collected various sources.ms. paginated and indexed.
Insert Two letters from Joseph Cox 31 Oct 1913 and 3 Nov 1913 indicating that the ms. was compiled between 1850 and 1870 approx..

BRADLAUGH, Charles: Affirmation of allegiance to the Queen. Undated and unsigned.  M669  ND

Source of acquisition: Presented by Robert Hochfeld. Jan 1939.


CHURCH STREET, Hackney; LEASE for 21 years (counterpart) from 1831  M700  1 Jul. 1828

Former reference: A101

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Foley House, Maidstone, to Thomas Girling, Shoemaker, of Hackney.
2 messuages on the W. side of Church Street, N. of Buckhouse Lane.
Plan.

DALSTONE RISE; LEASE for 75 years (counterpart)  M701  20 Dec. 1828

Former reference: A101

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Foley House, Maidstone, to James Edmeston, Surveyor, of Homerton.
4 acres on the S. side of Dalston Rise.

UPPER CLADTON ROAD; LEASE for 73¾ years (counterpart)  M702  30 Jan. 1829

Former reference: A103

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Foley House, Maidstone, to Francis Henchman, Gentleman, of Homerton.
Houses and land on E. side of pper Clapton Road.
Plan.

GROVE ROAD, Stanford Hill; LEASE for 63 years (counterpart)  M703  13 Feb. 1829

Former reference: A104

Contents:
Stephen Murrell, Carpenter, of John Street, Stoke Newington Road, to James Todman, Carpenter, of Stamford Hill.
Piece of land on Grove Road, Stamford Hill.
Plan.

SHACKLEWELL; LEASE for 45 years  M704  7 Jul. 1829

Former reference: A105

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Foley House, Maidstone, and Amelia his wife, to Elizabella Cummings, Widow, of Gravesend.
House and garden at Shacklewell.
Plan.

THE FOUNTAIN P.H., Upper Clapton; ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M705  24 Apr. 1830

Former reference: A106

Contents:
Henry Ashton, Victualler, of Clapton, to John Thomas Whitebread, Victualler, of Lea Bridge. (cities lease of 1819 for 21 years)
The Fountain, Upper Clapton.

UPPER CLAPTON ROAD; LEASE for 72¼ years  M706  3 Jul. 1830

Former reference: A107

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Maidstone, Francis Henchman, Gent, of Homerton, and John Seaman, Carpenter, of Shoreditch, to Charles Button, Coachman, of Broad Street Mews.
House on the E. side of Upper Clapton Rd.
Plan.

ROBIN HOOD LANE; LEASE for 72¼ years (counterpart)  M707  20 Nov. 1830

Former reference: A108

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Foley House, Maidstone, to Francis Henchman, Gentleman, of Homerton, and William Henry Buckerfield, Gentleman, of Red Lion Square.
Land at corner of Robin Hood Lane and "New Road".

DALSTON RISE; LEASE for 70 years (counterpart)  M708  11 Apr. 1831

Former reference: A109

Contents:
James Edmeston, Surveyor, of Homerton, to Joseph Pennington, Gentleman, of Old Broad Street, City.
House on the S. side of Dalston Rise.
Plan.

DALSTON LANE; LEASE for 21 years (counterpart)  M709  1 Nov. 1831

Former reference: A110

Contents:
Nathaniel Lee Acton, Esq., of Livermore Park, Suffolk, to John Smith, Nurseryman, of Dalston.
Conduit Field (8 acres), on S. side of [Dalston Lane].
Plan.

UPPER CLAPTON. ROUND Meadow. LEASE for 75 years (counterpart)  M710  13 Jul. 1832

Former reference: A111

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Foley House, Maidstone, to John Hammond, Calico Printer, of High Hill Ferry.
Part of Round Meadow at Upper Clapton, with newly built house (and bounded by R. Lea and Canal).
Plan.

BROOK STREET; LEASE for 71¾ years (counterpart)  M711  17 Jan. 1853

Former reference: A112

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Foley House, Maidstone, to Matthias Ramsdale, Gentleman, of Brook Street, Upper Clapton.
5 houses on N. side of Brook Street (formerly Kates Lane)
Plan.

SAN(D)FORD PLACE, STOKE Newington Common; LEASE for 43 years (from Christmas 1832)  M712  28 Feb. 1835

Former reference: A113,A158

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Foley House, Maidstone, to Charles Cuerton, Esq., of Bedford Row, Holborn.
Piece of land on S.side of Sandford Place, Newington Common (behind Mrs. Way's house) with 3 cottages at W. end.
Plan + COUNTERPART.

WHITMORE ROAD. No.24; ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M713  11 Mar 1837

Former reference: A114

Contents:
John Bradney Rippon, Gentleman, of the Register Office, Bank of England, and Peggy, his wife; and Henry Jerard, Locksmith, of East Cheap; to Mary Ann Gome, Widow, and Catherine Walker Loader, Spinster, both of Buttesland Street, Shoreditch.
[Cites LEASE of 24 Mar. 1823, Benjamin Mattewson to John Bradney Rippon, for 96 years. Nos. 24-25 Whitmore Rd.]
No. 24 Whitmore Road.
+ Agreement to produce deeds, Elizabeth Jones of 25 Whitmore Rd. to Thomas James Nichol of 24 Whitmore Rd., 15 Jul. 1841.

UPPER CLAPTON. Pigbury Field and Round Meadow; LEASE for 14 years (counterpart)  M714  11 Mar. 1837

Former reference: A115

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Foley House, Maidstone, to Henry and John Lee, Builders, of Chiswell Street.
Pigbury Field and Round Meadow, 15 acres at Upper Clapton.
Plan.

STOKE NEWINGTON DISPENSARY; LEASE for 31 years  M715  31 May 1837

Former reference: A116

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Foley House, Maidstone, to John Diston Powles and Thomas Richardson, both Esq., of Stamford Hill.
House on the E. side of High St. West Hackney, used as the Stoke Newington and Stamford Hill Dispensary.
Plan.
And SURRENDER OF LEASE, 28 Dec. 1863.
John Diston Powles to William Amhurst Tyssen Amhurst Esq., of Dodlington Park, Norfolk.

KINGSLAND ROAD. Lamp black manufactory; LEASE for 50 years (counterpart) (to date from 5 Dec. 1843)  M716  12 Jul. 1837

Former reference: A117

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Foley House, Maidstone, to Joseph Battley, Gentleman, of Courtney Terrace, Kingsland.
Lamp black manufactory on the E. side of Kingsland Road.
Plan.

LONDON FIELDS; LEASE for 5 years (counterpart)  M717  11 Dec. 1837

Former reference: A118

Contents:
Caroline Acton, Spinster, of Ipswich, Dame Harriot Fowle Middleton, and Sir William Fowle Middleton, Bart., of Shrubland Park, Suffolk, to Henry and John Lee, Builders and Brickmakers, of Chiswell Street.
Land to the N. of London Fields (12 acres).
Plan.

THE CALEDONIAN NURSERY, STOKE Newington; LEASE for 75 years (to date from 24 Jun. 1836)  M718  25 Nov. 1837

Former reference: A119

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Foley House, Maidstone, to John Ross, Nurseryman, of Stoke Newington Road.
Nursery and 6 messuages on the corner of Stoke Newington Road and Wellington Road. [Dorse: "The Caledonian Nursery"]
Plan.

WELLINGTON ROAD; LEASE for 75 years (counterpart), (to date from 24 Jun 1836).  M719  25 Nov. 1837

Former reference: A120

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Foley House, Maidstone, to John Ross, Nurseryman, of Stoke Newington Road.
Land and houses on the N. side of Wellington Road.plan.

SHACKLEWELL [LANE]; LEASE for 61 years (counterpart)  M720  27 Oct. 1838

Former reference: A121

Contents:
Francis Samuel Daniel Tyssen Esq.; of Foley House, Maidstone, to Frederick Purssord, Cheesemonger, of High Street, Stoke Newington.
5 houses and gardens on the N. side of Shacklewell [Lane]. The property in M757. plan.

REGENTS CANAL [area of]; LEASE for 7 years (counterpart)  M721  5 Oct. 1839

Former reference: A122

Contents:
Dame Harriot Fowle Middleton, Widow, of Bramford Hall, Suffolk, and Sir William Fowle Fowle Middleton, Baronet, of Shrubland Park, Suffolk, to William Rhodes, Brickmaker, of Balls Pond, Kingsland.
9 acres N. of Regents Canal for brickmaking. plan.

LONDON FIELDS; LEASE for 21 years (counterpart)  M722  19 May, 1843

Former reference: A123

Contents:
Sir William Fowle Fowle Middleton, Baronet, of Shrubland Park, Suffolk, to Thomas Rumbal, Farmer, of Clapton.
16 acres of meadow land N. of London Fields. (incl. the former "Pitwell Field").
Plan.

MARE STREET; AGREEMENT  M723  12 Jul. 1844

Former reference: A124

Contents:
Sir William Fowle Fowle Middleton, Baronet, of Shrubland Park, Suffolk, and Thomas Rumbal, Farmer, of Clapton. Thomas Rumbal to construct roadway from St. Thomas's Hospital Estates to the E. end of Richmond Road.
Plan and section.

QUEENS ROAD/ SHRUBLAND ROAD; LEASE for 7 years (counterpart)  M724  28 Sept. 1843

Former reference: A125

Contents:
Dame Harriot Fowle Middleton, Widow, of Bramford Hall, Suffolk, and Sir William Fowle Fowle Middleton, Bart., of Shrubland Park, Suffolk, to William Rhodes, Brickmaker, of Balls Pond, Kingsland.
24 acres between Queens Rd. & Shrubland Rd., for brickearth.
Plan.

SHACKLEWELL; LEASE for 5 years (counterpart)  M725  30 Jun 1845

Former reference: A126

Contents:
William George Tyssen Daniel-Tyssen, Esq., of Foulden Hall, Norfolk, to Robert and William Webb, Brickmakers, of Newington Green.
11 acres at Shacklewell, with cottage, chalk mills etc. plan.

GROVE PLACE HACKNEY, NO.1; LEASE for 38 years (to date from Mar 1852)  M726  23 Apr. 1850

Former reference: A 127

Contents:
Mary Louisa Allnutt, Widow, of Wallingford, Berks; Sir Charles Rugge Prive, Bart., of King William St. City, and Arthur James Price, Esq., of William Street, Bridewell Precinct, City, (surviving trustees under will of Samuel Nelme, Esq., of Church Street, Hackney); Rev. Timothy Wildbore, Dissenting Minister, of Penryn, Cornwall, and Richard Thomas, Land Surveyor, of Falmouth, Cornwall; to Anne Burgess, widow, Lydia Mortlock, widow (nee Burgess), Mary and Sarah Burgess(Spinsters), all of Marine Parade, Brighton.
No.1 Grove Place, Hackney.

WHITE HART INN, Kingsland: LEASE for 7 years (counterpart)  M727  6 Feb. 1678

Former reference: A 128

Contents:
Sir Thomas Foot, Knight and Baronet, to John Arnold, Yeoman, of Stoke Newington.
The White Hart Inn, Kingsland ( and land) plan, schedule + Bond for £80, 6 Feb. 1677/8. John and Thomas Arnold to Sir Thomas Foot.

COCK AND PYE P.H, Stoke Newington; LEASE for 31 years  M728  25 Sep. 1679

Former reference: A 129

Contents:
Henry Rowe Esq., of Shacklewell, to William Garston, Yeoman, of Hackney.
Cock and Pye P.H., Stoke Newington (13 acres)

DALSTON. Conduit Field; LEASE for 15 years (counterpart)  M729  30 Jul. 1685

Former reference: A 130

Contents:
Thomas Lee, Esq., of Windsor, to John Rymill, Butcher, of Hackney.
Conduit Field, Dalston (8 acres) and 2 acres and well "in the downeland".

SUN TAVERN, Church Street; LEASE for 7 years (counterpart)  M730  10 Jan. 1698

Former reference: A 131

Contents:
Francis Tyssen, Esq., of Shacklewell (I); Francis Tyssen, Esq., of Shacklewell (II); and James Hutton, Merchant, of London, to Joshua Powell, Vintner, of Hackney.
The Sun Tavern on the W. side of Church St., and bowling green, etc.(4 acres) and 2 fishponds and "Water Engine."

HOE BUSHES, Stanford Hill; LEASE for 22 years  M731  30 Nov. 1698

Former reference: A 132

Contents:
Sir Robert Smyth, Bart., of Upton,West Ham, to Allen Parsons, Yeoman, of Stamford Hill.
25 acres at Hoe Bushes, Stamford Hill.

CHURCH STREET, Hackney; LEASE for 7 years  M732  14 Mar. 1702

Former reference: A 133

Contents:
Francis Tyssen, Esq., of Hackney, to William Yate, Citizen and Haberdasher of London.
House and garden in Church Street, Hackney.

BACK LANE; LEASE for 8 years  M733  27 Mar. 1702

Former reference: A 134

Contents:
Francis Tyssen, Esq., of Shacklewell, to John Collet and John Miles, Gentlemen, both of London.
House and gardens in Back Lane, Clapton, [i.e. Clarence Road]

MARE STREET; LEASE for 71 years  M734  13 Mar. 1703

Former reference: A 135

Contents:
Thomas Lee, Esq., of Kensington, to John Foreman, Citizen and Merchant Taylor of London.
7 messuages in Mare Street Road, with 20 acres (nb. brick-earth), and 4 acres in Haggerston.

MARE STREET (ROAD); LEASE for 71 years  M735  26 Jun. 1713

Former reference: A 136

Contents:
Thomas Lee, Esq., of Kensington, to John Foreman, Citizen and Merchant Taylor of London.
7 messuages in Mare Street Road, with 20 acres (nb. brick-earth), and 4 acres in Haggerston.

CHURCH STREET, Hacknay; LEASE for 25 years (counterpart)  M736  24 Mar. 1716

Former reference: A 137

Contents:
Francis Tyssen, Esq., of Shacklewell, William Cooke and James Hutton, Gentlemen, of Shacklewell, to John Ward, Esq., of Hackney.
Bowling Green, Pond Field, and a barn, on the W. side of Church Street, Hackney.

STAMFORD HILL; LEASE for 61 years (counterpart)  M737  20 Sep. 1744

Former reference: A 138

Contents:
Francis John Tyssen, Esq., of Shacklewell, to John Thruckstone, Merchant, of Tottenhamp.
2 fields (27 acres) at Stamford Hill.

CHURCH STREET, Hackney; LEASE for 21 years (counterpart)  M738  7 Feb. 1775

Former reference: A 139

Contents:
Nathaniel Acton, Esq., of Bramford, Suffolk, and the Rev. Joseph Lathbury, of Livermere, Suffolk (trustees under the will of the late Baptist Lee, Esq., of Livermere) to George Steed, Bricklayer, of Hackney
Messuage on W. side of Church St.,Hackney.
Plan.

MARE STREET; LEASE for 21 years (counterpart)  M739  9 Feb. 1775

Former reference: A 140

Contents:
Nathaniel Acton, Esq., of Bramford, Suffolk, and the Rev. Joseph Lathbury of Livermere, Suffolk (trustees under the will of the late Baptist Lee Esq.) to Elizabeth Fuller, widow, of Hackney.
House and garden on W. side of Mare Street.
Plan.

ROSE AND CROWN P.H., Cambridge Heath; LEASE for 25 years (counterpart)  M740  13 Oct. 1788

Former reference: A 141

Contents:
Charles Carter, Butcher, of Horseley Down, Southwark, to John Fowler, Hop Factor, of Red Lion Street, Southwark, and Joseph Everett, Butcher, of Hackney (assignees of estate of James Purser, Brewer, of Hackney; a bankrupt)
Rose and Crown P.H., Cambridge Heath, and 2 other messuages.

MARE STREET; LEASE for 21 years (counterpart)  M741  5 May, 1796

Former reference: A 142

Contents:
Nathaniel Lee Acton, Esq., of Livermere Park, Suffolk, to John Aird, Gentleman, of Hackney.
2 messuages on W. side of Mare Street, on the corner of London Lane, with school room behind.
Sketch plan.

MARE STREET; LEASE for 21 years (counterpart)  M742  5 May, 1796

Former reference: A 143

Contents:
Nathaniel Lee Acton, Esq., of Livermere Park, Suffolk, to Lewis Paroissien, Carpenter, of Wood St., Spitalfields.
House and garden in Mare Street.

MARE STREET; LEASE for 21 years (counterpart)  M743  24 Nov. 1796

Former reference: A 144

Contents:
Nathaniel Lee Acton, Esq., of Livermere Park, Suffolk, to Abraham Wilkinson, Doctor in Physic, of Enfield, and Josiah Walley, Merchant, of Austin Friars, City.
House and garden in Mare Street.

HACKNEY MARSH; LEASE for 21 years (counterpart)  M744  2 Dec. 1799

Former reference: A 145


Related information: Counterpart: M3159

Contents:
Rev. Peter Beauvoir, of Downham Hall, Essex (devisee of the estate of Francis John Tyssen, late of Shacklewell), to Isaac Bristow, Hackneyman, of Homerton.
24 acres of Hackney Marsh.

HACKNEY MARSH; LEASE for 21 years (counterpart)  M745  11 Apr. 1804

Former reference: A 146


Related information: Counterpart: M3160

Contents:
Rev. Peter Beauvoir, of Downham Hall, Essex; John Dent and John Wormald, Esquires, of Temple Bar (devisees of the estate of Francis John Tyssen, Esq., late of Shacklewell) to George Dennett, Farmer, of Holborn.
26 acres of Hackney Marsh (in 30 pieces; see map by Robert Davis, 1745).

Cock and Castle Field. STOKE NEWINGTON ROAD. LEASE for 61 years (counterpart)  M746  1 Apr. 1811

Former reference: A 147

Contents:
Rev. Peter Beauvoir, of Downham Hall, Essex; John Dent and John Wormald, Esqs., of Temple Bar; Francis Tyssen, Esq., of Foulden, Norfolk; to John Hindle and William Brooks, Gents; of Kingsland Crescent.
Part of Cock and Castle Field in Kingsland Road, corner of Shacklewell Lane.

FOUNTAIN INN, Upper Clapton; ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M747  10 Apr. 1816

Former reference: A 149

Contents:
George James, Victualler, of Upper Clapton, to Benjamin Compton, Yeoman, of Leonard Street, Curtain Road. Cites Lease of 1811.
The Fountain Inn, Upper Clapton.

MARE STREET. No.10. LEASE for 21 years (counterpart)  M748  30 Apr. 1817

Former reference: A 150

Contents:
Nathaniel Lee Acton, Esq., of Livermere Park, Suffolk, to Joseph Touimin, Surgeon, of Hackney.
No. 10 Mare Street.
Plan.

KINGSLAND [ROAD] [...] Sic; LEASE for 65 years (counterpart)  M749  20 Dec. 1817

Former reference: A 151

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Foulden Hall, Norfolk, to James Doggett, Farmer, of Stoke Newington.
House, and 3 acres on the E. side of S.N. High Street
Plan.
Counterpart M3163

SHACKLEWELL LANE; LEASE for 54 years  M750  20 Mar. 1818

Former reference: A65,152

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Foulden Hall, Norfolk, to Thomas Rutt, George Head, Robert Green, Benjamin Massey, and John Davies, all of Shacklewell, Gentlemen.
Land"in part covered with water", on the S. side of ?Shacklewell Lane.
Plan & COUNTERPART

FOUNTAIN INN, U. CLAPTON; LEASE for 21 years  M751  25 Oct. 1819

Former reference: A 153

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Foulden Hall, Norfolk, to Benjamin Compton, Innkeeper, of Clapton.
The Fountain Inn, Clapton.

SHACKLEWELL LANE. The Manor House; LEASE for 31 years (counterpart)  M752  12 Jun. 1824

Former reference: A 154


Related information: Counterpart: M3164

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Fitzroy Square, to Elizabeth and Charlotte Carpenter, Spinsters, of Shacklewell.
The Manor House, Shacklewell Lane.
Plan.

SHACKLEWELL LANE; LEASE for 61 years  M753  12 Jun. 1824

Former reference: A 155

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Fitzroy Square, to Thomas Doggett, Cowkeeper, of Shacklewell.
Houses and land in Shacklewell Lane W. of Manor House.
Plan. & COUNTERPART

BOLEYN ROAD; LEASE for 61 years (counterpart)  M754  1 Oct. 1824

Former reference: A 156

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Fitzroy Square, to Edward Richardson, Victualler, of the Bull P.H., Kingsland.
Land on the E. side of "the lane leading from Kingsland Green to Newington Green" [i.e. Boleyn Road?].
Plan.

CARLTON PLACE, Stoke Newington. No.9.; LEASE for 25 years (counterpart)  M755  22 Jul. 1830

Former reference: A 157

Contents:
Charles Kemp, Builder, of Carlton Place, Stoke Newington, to Matthias Ramsdale, Butcher, also of Carlton Place.
No. 9 Carlton Place.
Plan.

BROOK STREET; LEASE for 75 years  M756  10 Oct. 1836

Former reference: A 159

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq. of Foley House, Maidstone, to Samuel Neal, Gentleman, of Myrtle Cottage, Brook Street.
Myrtle Cottage, Brook Street (formerly Kates Lane) and another cottage, brewery, etc.
Plan.
DORSE: Surrender of lease, 3 Feb. 1862.
William Elmslie, Esq. of Brook Street, Clapton to William Amhurst Tyssen Amhurst, Esq. of Didlington Park, Norfolk.

SHACKLEWELL [LANE]; LEASE for 61 years  M757  13 Sep. 1837

Former reference: A 160


Related information: See also M3165 (counterpart) and M720

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq. of Foley House, Maidstone, to Frederick Purssord, Cheesemonger, of High Street, Stoke Newington.
5 new houses on the N. side of Shacklewell.
Plan.
DORSE: Surrender of the Lease, Frederick Purssord tp W.G. Tyssen Daniel Tyssen, 5 Oct. 1838.

PLUMBERS' ROW, Kingsland. Nos. 1-2; LEASE for 61 years (counterpart)  M758  26 July, 1839

Former reference: A 161

Contents:
William George Tyssen Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Foulden Hall, Norfolk, to John Eastham and William Eastham, Jr., Plumbers and Glaziers, of Stoke Newington.
Nos.1-2 Plumbers Row, Kingsland.
Plan.

ROSE AND CROWN D.H., Cambridge Heath; LEASE for 26 years (counterpart)  M759  17 Jun. 1847

Former reference: A 162

Contents:
Sarah Lienau, Widow, of Mile End, and Martha Hensler, Widow, of Bethnal Green Road, to William Chapman Rawley, Licensed Victualler, of Cambridge Heath, Hackney.
The Rose and Crown P.H. Cambridge Heath (corner of Hackney Road) and Nos. 8, 9 and 10 Ann's Place.

UPPER CLAPTON; LEASE for 10 years (counterpart)  M760  19 July 1865

Former reference: A 163

Contents:
William Amhurst Tyssen Amhurst, Esq., of Didlington Park, Norfolk, to James May Stroud and Alfred William Stroud, Brickmakers, of Mildmay Park, Islington.
19 acres of land at Upper Clapton, North of North Mill Field.
Plan.

CHURCH STREET, Hackney; LEASE for 31 years (counterpart)  M761  19 Apr. 1701

Former reference: A 164

Contents:
Francis Tyson Esq. of Shacklewell, to Sarah Baraclough, widow, of Hackney.
Messuage with gardens, outbuildings, etc., in Church Street, Hackney.

ANN'S PLACE. No.8; LEASE for 14 years (draft).  M762  7 August, 1843

Former reference: A 165

Contents:
John William Rayney, licensed victualler of the Rose and Crown P.H. Cambridge Heath, to John Woodcock, Butcher, of No.8 Ann's Place.
No.8 Ann's Place.

HACKNEY; LEASE for 99 years  M763  20 August, 1717

Former reference: A166

Contents:
Francis Tyssen, Esq. of Shacklewell, William Cooke and James Hutton, Gentleman, of Shacklewell, to John Ward, Esq., of Hackney.
Ground with new brick messuage ("John Ward's house?") [Cites former leases of 17 Nov. 1711 and 24 Mar. 1715].

HOMERTON; ADMISSION, Manor of Lordshold  M764  27 April, 1824

Former reference: A 167

Contents:
Records conveyance by Joseph Pickles Seddon to Lieut.-Col. Thomas William Robbins of Jermyn Street, Westminster, of various cottages in Homerton, 3¾ acres of land in Homerton, 3 acres in Witham Marsh, Hackney, and 1 acre of land near Marsh Gate.

BONDS and ASSIGNMENTS; GOSFORD, Joseph  M765  18 Jul 1729

Former reference: A168

Contents:
BOND for £70,
Joseph Gosford, Carpenter, of Christ Church, Middlesex, to Isaac Devine, Victualler, of the same.

CLAPTON; DECREE in case before Chancery  M766  31 Jan. 1638

Former reference: A169

Contents:
Katherine Kaye, infant daughter and heir of Robert Kaye, Esq., Anne Kaye, spinster, of Hackney, Guardian of K.K., and Arthur Kaye, Gentleman, of London.
v. Richard Townesend, Esq., of Middle Temple; Alice, his wife; William Cheney; and Richard Hale, Gentleman, of Haggerston.
Messuage in Clapton, and 60 acres of meadow and pasture.

HOMERTON; LEASE AND RELEASE; Lease wanting  M768  25 Jan 1699

Former reference: A 171, 178

Contents:
Richard Cheney, Esq., late of Hackney, now of Greenstead Green in Kent, and Mary his wife; John Knapp, Citizen and Vintner of London, and Mary his wife, to James Gould, Gentleman, of Stoke Newington.
Messuage, gardens, orchard and 17 acres of land in Homerton + COUNTERPART of RELEASE

MOUNT PLEASANT, CLAPTON; Draft AGREEMENT to surrender lease  M769  12 May 1827

Former reference: A 172

Contents:
John Banfield, of Mount Pleasant, Upper Clapton, to Thomas Solly, Esq., for 2 years arrears of rent. Goods also distrained - constable's notice and inventory attached.

MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT: APPOINTMENT of sums of money under marriage settlement  M770  16 Apr 1875

Former reference: A173

Contents:
Thomas William Fountaine Esq., of Bearwood Pambridge, Hereford to his son Thomas St. George Fountaine, and his daughter Blanche Eliza Georgina Fountaine, under marriage settlement with Mary Barbara Beresford.
8 Feb 1836

CHURCH STREET, Hackney; ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M771  12 Jun 1706

Former reference: A 174

Contents:
Anne Humphreys, Widow, late of Old Brentford, now of Mortlake, Surrey; John Castaing snr., Exchange Broker, late of Hackney, now of London and John Ward, Merchant, of London; to Thomas Clogie, Citizen and Haberdasher of London.
Lease granted 1 Oct 1697 for 43½ years, assigned to Anne Humphreys 17 Feb 1697/8.
And DORSE; BARGAIN AND SALE of the Equity of Redemption, 20 May 1707.
John Castaing to Thomas Clogie.
Messuage in Church Street, within Rectory lands.

CLAPTON; ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE by way of mortgage  M772  29 Sep 1767

Former reference: A 175

Contents:
Thomas Platt, Timber Merchant, of London Street, St. Ann Limehouse, to Charles Gardiner, Esq., of Lockleys, Welwyn, Hertford.
Land and messuage at Clapton.

HOMERTON. ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE by way of mortgage  M773  18 Jul 1729

Former reference: A 176

Contents:
Joseph Gosford, Carpenter, of Christ Church, Middlesex, to Isaac Devine, Victualler, of Christ Church, Middlesex.
Land at Homerton with 6 houses "building".
Lease 20 Feb 1728.

CASS ESTATE, Hackney. ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE by way of mortgage  M774  10 Dec 1787

Former reference: A 177

Contents:
John Clark, Farmer, of Hackney, to Ezekiel Offwood, Gentleman, of Clerkenwell Green. Cites lease of 17 Mar 1787, for 60 years, William Gigney, Baker, of Hackney, to John Clark.
2 new houses and 16 acres "near the Bottom of Well Street... being part of the Trust Estate of Sir John Cass Knight Decd."

WILL of Martha Hensler  M775  5 Apr 1853

Former reference: A 179

Contents:
Martha Hensler, widow, of 16 West Street, Globe Fields, Mile End Town (copy)
PROBATE, 13 Aug 1861

Kops; LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION  M776  23 Jan 1761

Former reference: A 180

Contents:
Granted to William Isaac Kops, Esq., father of Ann Kops, late of Hackney.

Breedon; LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION  M777  24 Dec 1832

Former reference: A181

Contents:
Granted to Thomas Breedon, husband of Sarah Breedon, late of 6 Hertford Road, West Hackney.

WILL of Charles Carter  M778  1 May 1775

Former reference: A 182

Contents:
Charles Carter (I), Citizen and Lorimer, of Hackney.
PROBATE, 17 Jun 1775.

HACKNEY. Kingshold Manor; ADMISSION  M779  7 Apr 1755

Contents:
Admission of Charles Carter (IV), Crazier, of St. Sepulchre's, Middlesex. Cites mortgage of 10 Apr 1735 by Charles Carter (III), Grazier of St. Sepulchre's, and John White, Baker, of Grub Street, St. Giles Cripplegate, to George Bott, Gentleman, of St. Andrew, Holborn. (copy)
2 houses in Meer Street [i,e. Mare St.]
Cambridge Heath.

HACKNEY. Kingshold Manor; ADMISSION  M780  7 Apr 1777

Former reference: A 183(B)

Contents:
Admission of Sarah Carter (II), Widow of Charles Carter (IV).
2 houses in Mare Street, Cambridge Heath.

HACKNEY. Kingshold Manor. ADMISSION  M781  31 Mar 1788

Former reference: A 183 (C)

Contents:
Admission of Charles Carter (V), son of Charles Carter (IV). (copy)
2 houses in Mare Street, Cambridge Heath.

HACKNEY. Kingshold Manor. ADMISSION  M782  6 Apr 1807

Former reference: A 183(D)

Contents:
Admission of Mary Carter, wife of Charles Carter (V). (Copy)
2 houses in Mare Street, Cambridge Heath, now the Rose and Crown P.H..

HACKNEY, Kingshold Manor; ADMISSION  M783  7 Apr 1834

Former reference: A 183 (E)

Contents:
Admission of Sarah Lienau daughter of Charles Carter (V) Rose and Crown P.H. Cambridge Heath and [Ann's Place, 8-10.] (Copy)
Moiety with Martha Hensler.

HACKNEY, Kingshold Manor. LICENCE TO DEMISE  M784  8 Jun 1847

Former reference: A 183 (F)


Related information: [Subsequent LEASE is at M759.]

Contents:
Licence to demise, for 26 years, Lord of Manor to Sarah Lienau, Widow, of Mile End and Martha Hensler Widow, of Bethnal Green Road. (Copy)
Rose and Crown P.H. and Nos.8-10 Ann's Place.

CAMBRIDGE HEATH. Rose and Crown P.H. MEMORANDUM of Mortgage  M785  18 Jun 1847

Former reference: A 183 (G)

Contents:
From mortgagor [unknown] to George Matthew Hoare, Frederick Woodbridge and Henry James Hoare.
Rose and Crown P.H. and [Ann's Place, Nos.8-10.

CAMBRIDGE HEATH. Rose and Crown P.H. DECLARATION  M786  27 Nov 1861

Former reference: A 183 (H)

Contents:
John Hensler, Carpenter, of 4 Wellington Street, Stepney, declares what he knows of the ownership of the Rose and Crown P.H., Cambridge Heath.

HACKNEY. Kingshold Manor. SURRENDER  M787  28 Dec 1861

Former reference: 183 (I)

Contents:
John Hensler, Carpenter, of Wellington Place, Stepney, to Woodward Tipple, Publican, of the Rose and Crown P.H., Cambridge Heath.
The Rose and Crown and Ann's place, 8-10]
[Moiety: £600.]

HACKNEY. Kingshold Manor; SURRENDER  M788  17 Apr 1869

Former reference: A183(J)

Contents:
Thomas Edward Jones, Esq., of 60 Warrior Square, St. Leonard's, Sussex, to Woodward Tipple, Publican, of the Rose and Crown P.H., Cambridge Heath.
The Rose and Crown and [Ann's Place, 8-10.]
[Moiety: £500.]

WILL of Charles Carter  M789  25 Mar 1806

Former reference: A 184(A)

Contents:
Charles Carter (II), Butcher, of 26 Essex Street, Stepney.
With Counsel's comments on the will's interpretation.

CAMBRIDGE HEATH. Rose and Crown P.H. ABSTRACT OF TITLE  M790  3 Dec 1853

Former reference: A184(B)

Contents:
Title of Mrs. Deborah Teitjen to a moiety of the Rose and Crown P.H., Cambridge Heath, and Nos.8-10 Ann's Place.

CAMBRIDGE HEATH, Rose and Crown. P.H.. COUNSEL'S OPINIONS as to Teitjen's title to a moiety of the Rose and Crown P.H., Cambridge Heath, and Nos.8-10 Ann's Place.  M791-2  19 Apr 1854

Former reference: A 184 (C)-(D)

RUCKHOLT MILL and TEMPLE MILL ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE, for 19 years.  M793  2 Apr 1601

Former reference: A 185

Contents:
Edward Ryder, Citizen and Haberdasher of London, to George Bromley, Yeoman, of Ware.
Rockholt Mill and Temple Mill, beinge under one Roofe..." upon a certen Ryver there called the Sheare streame;" also the meadow called the Grove, the meadow called the Slip (2 acres together,) the meadow next to the Grove (3 acres) and 3 small plots, "one where the garden was," "one other over against it beinge an osier plott, and thother beinge a peece of grounde whereon a little leather myll sometyme stoode with the watercourse there unto belonginge."

TEMPLE MILL vic; BARGAIN AND SALE  M794  14 Sep 1643

Former reference: A 186

Contents:
John Baker, Citizen and Weaver of London, to Samuel Moyer, Merchant, of London, and Thomas Amyes, Citizen and Draper of London.
5 acres of meadow near Temple Mill.

RUCKHOLT MILLS alias TEMPLE MILLS; LEASE and RELEASE  M795  10-12 Aug 1668

Former reference: A187, A189

Contents:
Richard Woollaston, Gentleman, of London, and Sigismund Trafford, Esq., of Dunton Hall, Tidds St. Maries, Lincoln, to John Samyne, Citizen and Grocer of London, and George Chamberlayne, Gentleman, of Moulsey, Surrey.
Ruckholt Mills, alias Temple Mills, + meadow (1½ acres) and 5 acre meadow called the "Flagge Meade."

RUCKHOLT MILLS alias TEMPLE MILLS; BARGAIN AND SALE  M796  10 Aug 1668

Former reference: A 188

Contents:
John Woollaston, Gentleman, of London, Joseph Ayloffe, Esq., of Grays Inn, and Sigismund Trafford, Esq., of Dunton Hall, Tidds St. Maries, Lincoln, to Richard Woollaston, Gent., of London (father of John Woollaston,) and John Samyne, Citizen and Grocer of London.
Rockholt Mills alias Temple Mills, + 1½ acres meadow, and 7 acres "called Hartlake lying in Hackney meadow."

HOMERTON [?High Street]; LEASE for 10½ years (counterpart)  M797  4 May 1810

Former reference: A 190

Contents:
Eliab Harvey of Rolls, Chigwell, Vice-Admiral, to John Kerr and Benjamin Brett, Corndealers, of Homerton.
Messuage and garden in Homerton, on the N. side of [?High Street.]

WALTHAM CROSS; LEASE for 6 months  M798  30 Jan 1728

Former reference: A 191 ("M69")

Contents:
Elizabeth Lambe, Widow, of Hackney, to James Lambe and Samuel Lesingham, Merchants, of London, and John Jacob, Snr., Esq., of London.
5 fields in Waltham Cross, of 42 acres.

CAMBRIDGE HEATH; LEASE for a year  M799  13 Mar 1769

Former reference: A 192

Contents:
The Trustees of the Poor Law, Bethnal Green, to the Trustees of the Hackney Turnpike Road.
2 roods of Poors land at Cambridge Heath.

HACKNEY. CHURCHYARD. vic.; LEASE FOR 48½ years  M800  22 Jun 1807

Contents:
Merchant Buck, Bricklayer, of Hackney, and William Page, Painter and Glazier, of Hackney, to William Keeys and William Fieldwick, Churchwardens of St. John-at-Hackney.
Messuage adjoining Hackney Churchyard.

LEASE for 42½ years  M801  12 Nov 1823

Former reference: A 194

Contents:
John Burton, Gentleman, of Kates Lane, to Anthony Starkey and John Lloyd, Esqs., Churchwardens of St. John-at-Hackney.
Land on the E. side of Kingsland Road.

LEASE for 4 years  M802  20 Aug 1670

Former reference: A 195

Contents:
John Baker, Citizen and Weaver of London, to Richard Harvey, Carpenter, of Stratford Langthorne, West Ham.
5 acres of meadow ground near Temple Mill Lane

LEASE for 21 years (counterpart)  M803  20 Sept 1799

Former reference: A 196

Contents:
Eliab Harvey, Esq., of Rolls, Chigwell, to John Dale, Gent., of Homerton.
Messuage on N. side of Homerton [High Street] nearly opposite the Coach and Horses P.H.

LEASE for 21 years (counterpart)  M804  1 Nov 1799

Former reference: A 197

Contents:
Eliab Harvey, Esq., of Rolls, Chigwell, to Edward Pamphilon, Cowkeeper, of Homerton.
Messuage with Chandler's shop in Homerton High Street, next to the Plough P.H.

LEASE for 10½ years (counterpart)  M805  4 May 1810

Former reference: A 198

Contents:
Eliab Harvey, Esq., of Rolls, Chigwell, to Benjamin Harris, Butcher, of Homerton.
Messuage with Butcher's shop in Homerton High Street, next to Alderman's Walk.
Plan

ABSTRACT OF TITLE  M806  [?1851]

Former reference: A 199

Contents:
The Devisees under the Will of William Rhodes, Esq., to the freehold estate called the Title Kilns, in Hackney Road.
Deeds cited 1799-1851. 53p.

BARGAIN AND SALE  M807  12 Apr 1622

Former reference: A 200

Contents:
John Gwilliams, Gent., of the Manor of Walthamstow Toni, to Abraham Baker, Gent., of Low Leyton, and his sons John, Tobyas, and Abraham Baker.
5 acres of meadowland near Temple Mill.

Number not used  M808  [n.d.]

LETTERS and RECEIPTS; Colin Henry Hazlewood to T.H. Lacy  M809(i)-M814  25 Mar 1869 et seq

LETTER  M815  14 Apr 1899

Contents:
From J. Passmore Edwards, 51 Bedford Square, to W.C. Plant, Shoreditch Borough Librarian in acknowledgement of invitation to unveiling of a bust to him.
Bound in: SHOREDITCH LIBRARIES ANN. REPORTS.
(S/L/) Eighth 1898-99 at p.8

CONVEYANCE (Copy of Court Roll)  M816  24 Jul 1691

Source of acquisition: Don. Tower Hamlets 1974


Contents:
Surrender by Sir Thomas Byde of Ware Park, Herts. surviving trustee, to the use of himself, John Bourne, Esq., John Wicks, Clerk, John Waxam, John Wyburd and Thomas Scott, inhabitants of St. Leonard's parish, Shoreditch, in trust for the poor of the parish.
Two messuages in Shoreditch, and a half share in a tenement and five empty cottages in Blew Anchor Alley in Limehouse. (Manor of Stepney)

LEASE for 63 years  M817  31 Jul 1826

Former reference: AR 87

Contents:
William Peters, Carpenter, of Shoreditch, to James Woodard, Corn Dealer, of Hackney.
Part of Cat and Mutton Field, Hackney

REVOCATION OF A SETTLEMENT  M818  30 May 1662

Former reference: AR 88

Contents:
The settlement dated 1 May 1660, Sir Andrewe Jenoure, Bart, of Much Dunmow, Essex, to Richard Hatton, Esq., of Thames Ditton, Surrey and John Gore, Esq., of Inner Temple.
Lands in Essex and in Haggerston. ("Orgaston, otherwise Argweston, oth. Argaston, oth. Harleston, oth. Hag(g)iston, oth. Harcaston")

BARGAIN AND SALE  M819  10 Apr 1640

Former reference: AR 89

Contents:
Thomas Nycholles, Gentleman, of Hackney ("one of his Majesties Guards") to Jonathan Browne, "Doctor of Civill Lawe and Deane of Hereford."
Various property in Harpenden, Herts..

SURRENDER of various properties  M820  3 Jun 1551

Former reference: AR 90


Related information: See also M1045

Contents:
Sir Ralph Sadleyr, Knight, and Helen his wife, to John Maskell
Various properties in Hackney (Stepney Manor) including mention of Humbtonstrete, Humbtonfeld [Homerton] etc.

SURRENDER  M821  3 Oct 1609

Former reference: AR 90

Contents:
Thomas Nicholls, yeoman, of Harding, Herts., and his intended wife Frances, daughter of Richard Snape, yeoman, late of Hackney, to Richard Rowe, yeoman, of Hackney.
A corner house in Humberton Street.

LEASE for 21 years  M822  10 Aug 1795

Former reference: AR 94

Contents:
Governors of St. Thomas's Hospital to William Bond, Gentleman, of Clapton. Endorsed with ASSIGNMENT of Lease, 23 Apr 1798. Richard Snewin, Carpenter, of Clapton (one of William Bond's decd., creditors) to Edward Ogle of Mount Pleasant Lane.
Two pieces of land on the north side of Duckett's Lane, Clapton, near the house occupied by William Bond.

LEASE for 21 years  M823  5 Jan 1816

Former reference: AR 95

Contents:
Thomas Solly, Esq., of Whipps Cross, Valthamstow, to John Banfield, Merchant, of Adams Court, Old Broad Street.
Messuage and pasture land in Duckett's Lane, Mount Pleasant.

LEASE for 21 years, (Counterpart only)  M824  3 Nov 1806

Former reference: AR 97

Contents:
Matthias Ramsdale, Butcher, of Hackney, to Charles Russell, Butcher, of St. James's Market.
House and butcher's shop in Paradise Row, Hackney

WRIT to assess arrears of rent charge on Hackney Rectory  M825  13 Jun 1863

Former reference: AR 98

Contents:
[Rev. Thomas Oliver Goodchild, Rector]

MEMORANDUM of Agreement to Rent  M826  23 Aug 1869

Former reference: AR 99

Contents:
William Moore, Miller, of Globe Flour Mills, Shadwell, to George Edwin Jackson, Baker [MS pencil alterations: William Hayward] of 2 Water Lane [27 St. Luke's Street, Mildmay Park]
House and shop at No.2 Water Lane, Homerton M827

LEASE for 21 years (+COUNTERPART)  M827i-ii  27 Nov 1828

Former reference: AR 103

Contents:
John Neal Boyce, Smith and Farrier, of Kew, Surrey (Mortgagor) and Mary Ann Boyce, Blue Anchor Alley, Bunhill Row (Mortgagee) to Dewing Fox, Carpenter, of Hackney.
Messuage and shop in Sylvester Row, Hackney, formerly occupied by Charles Russell.

LEASE for 14 years  M828  24 Jun 1856

Former reference: AR 107

Contents:
Sarah Blades, wife of John Blades, Dairyman, of No.3 Dorrington Street, Leather Lane, and John Blades, to Jane Pitt, Widow, of No.1 Grove Passage.
House and premises: No.1 Grove Passage (also described as No.1 Grove Place) Hackney

LEASE for 14 years  M829  24 Jun 1870

Former reference: AR 108

Contents:
Sarah Blades, Widow, of Malvern Cottage, 17 Cassland Road, to William Warr, General Dealer, of 8 Grove Passage.
House and premises: No.8 Grove Passage (formerly No.3 Grove Place) Hackney.

LEASE for 14 years  M830  28 Jun 1884

Former reference: AR 104

Contents:
Sarah Blades, Widow, of Potton Road; Biggleswade, Beds., to Thomas Warr, General Dealer, of 8 Grove Passage, Hackney.
Land and messuage: No.8 Grove Passage, Hackney.

CERTIFICATE FOR REDEMPTION OF LAND TAX  M831  8 Mar 1799


Related information: See also M1805

Contents:
£6-5-6½ on Catherine Meyer, of Hackney and Leadenhall Street, City, for properties in Church Street, Hackney:
1. House and 2¾ acres of garden near Ward's Corner, occupied Catherine Meyer.
2. House in Church Street occupied George Whitehead.
3. House in Church Street with outbuildings and 3 acres of meadow occupied Dixon Twaites.
4. House and garden in Church Street occupied Robert Hetherington.
5. House and garden in Church Street occupied - Brown.

LEASE for 80 years from Lady Day, 1851  M832  7 Oct 1854

Former reference: AR 115

Contents:
Governors of St. Thomas's Hospital to William Norris, Builder, of Mare Street.
Piece of land on N. side of Tudor Road, South Hackney (formerly occupied by Tryons Place. Became No.2 Tudor Villas and later No.55 Tudor Road.)
Plan.

MORTGAGE  M833  26 May 1855

Former reference: AR 116


Related information: premises as M832

Contents:
William Norris, Builder, of Mare Street, and the Governors of St. Thomas's Hospital, to Joseph Frankland and John Edward Clennell, Trustees of the Hackney Permanent Benefit Building Society.

LEASE for 8 years from Lady Day 1851  M834  20 Nov 1856

Former reference: AR 117

Contents:
Governors of St. Thomas's Hospital to William Norris, Builder, of Mare Street.
Piece of land on N. side of Tudor Road, South Hackney [No.53]
Plan.

MORTGAGE  M835  28 Nov 1856

Former reference: AR 118

Contents:
William Morris, Builder, of Mare Street, and the Governors of St. Thomas's Hospital to John Brigham Barsham, Esq., of 49 Hunter Street, Brunswick Square.
Premises as M834

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M836(a)-(b)  4 Dec 1857

Former reference: AR 119

Contents:
John Brigham Barsham, Esq., 49 Hunter Street, Brunswick Square; William Norris, Builder, of Mare Street, and the Governors of St. Thomas's Hospital to William Murray, Gentleman, of 12 Jeffery's Terrace, Kentish Town Road.
With Hospital Governors' LICENCE TO ASSIGN, 3 Dec 1857
Premises as M834

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M837  21 Jul 1863

Former reference: AR 120

Contents:
William Murray, Gentleman, late of 12 Jeffery's Terrace, Kentish Town Road, now of 5 Burghley Terrace, Kentish Town, and the Governors of St. Thomas's Hospital to Henry George Erith, Lime Merchant, of 2 Tudor Villas, Tudor Road.
Premises as M834

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M838  9 Oct 1896

Former reference: AR 112

Contents:
Henry George Erith, Lime Merchant, of Cambridge Heath Wharf, and the Governors of St. Thomas's Hospital, to Charles Hickman, Estate Agent, of No.1 Gresham Buildings, Basinghall Street.
Premises as M834. No.53 Tudor Road (formerly No.19.)

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M839  8 Jun 1898

Former reference: AR 113

Contents:
Charles Hickman, Estate Agent, of No.1 Gresham Buildings, Basinghall Street, and the Governors of St. Thomas's Hospital, to George Stoddart, Estate Agent, of 93 Grove Road, South Hackney.
Premises as M834: No.53 Tudor Road

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M840  2 Aug 1899

Former reference: AR 114

Contents:
George Stoddart, Estate Agent, of 93 Grove Road, South Hackney, and the Governors of St. Thomas's Hospital, to Lavinia Adamson, wife of William Adamson, Machinist, of 193 Mare Street.
Premises as M834: No.53 Tudor Road.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M841  30 Sep 1896

Former reference: AR 111

Contents:
Henry George Erith, Lime Merchant, Cambridge Heath Wharf, and the Governors of St. Thomas's Hospital, to George Stoddart, Estate Agent, of 93, Grove Road [corrected to Gore Road]
Premises as M832, now No.55 Tudor Road (and recites missing assignment of lease 23 Nov 1857, Joseph Frankland and John Edward Clennell, mortgagees of William Norris, to George Erith; also Will of George Erith in favour of his son Henry George Erith, 24 Jun 1892. Tenancy agreement in favour of Arthur Frederick Turner.)

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M842  2 Aug 1899

Former reference: AR 110

Contents:
George Stoddart, Estate Agent, of 93 Gore Road, and the Governors of St. Thomas's Hospital, to Lavinia Adamson, Wife of William Adamson, Machinist, of 193 Mare Street.
Premises as M832; No.55 Tudor Road

LEASE for 61 years  M843  28 Mar 1778

Former reference: AR 121

Contents:
Francis John Tyssen, Esq., of St. George Hanover Square, to John Field, Gentleman, of Hackney.
3 houses at Stamford Hill, occupied John Field, John Rush, and John Jackson.

LEASE for 48 years  M844  25 Sep 1777

Former reference: AR 122

Contents:
Francis John Tyssen, Esq., of St. George Hanover Square, to William Pakeman, Bricklayer, of St.Luke, Middlesex.
Piece of land at Kingsland (formerly leased to William Pakeman in 1765)
Plan.

LEASE for 34 years  M845  20 Jun 1818

Former reference: AR 124

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Foulden Hall, Norfolk, to Joseph Stonard, Esq., of Stamford Hill.
19 acres of land at Stamford Hill.
Plan.

LEASE for 71 years (counterpart only)  M846  24 Jan 1818

Former reference: AR 125

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Foulden Hall, Norfolk, to John Banfield, Esq., of Clapton.
3 roods of land at Robin Hood Lane, Clapton.
Plan.

LEASE for 21 years (counterpart only)  M847  9 Nov 1784

Former reference: AR 126

Contents:
Richard Benyon, Esq., of Gidea Hall, Essex, and the Rev. Peter Beauvoir of Downham Hall, Essex (devisees in fee of the estate of Francis John Tyssen Esq., late of Shacklewell) to John Delaforte, Stockbroker, of Haggerston.
Messuage at Shacklewell occupied by John Delaforte, formerly by Samuel Kidman.

LEASE for 75 years  M848  1 Jun 1826

Former reference: AR 127

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Fitzroy Square, to George Nottage, Auctioneer, of Kingsland.
Houses, cottages and grounds on the West side of Kingsland Road.
Plan.
& ENDORSEMENT Oct 1826. Lease surrendered (for granting of new lease)

LEASE for 61 years (counterpart only)  M849  25 Oct 1819

Former reference: AR 128

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Foulden Hall, Norfolk, to Charles Haylock, Carpenter, of Dalston.
Land and 5 houses at the back of the Tyssen Arms P.H., Dalston.
Plan.

LEASE for 99 years from 25 Dec 1874 + COUNTERPART  M850(a)-(b)  22 Mar 1877

Former reference: Barnet 2/73

Contents:
William Amhurst Tyssen Amhurst, Esq., of Didlington Hall, Norfolk (Lord of the Manor of Hackney) and Charles Weeks, Builder, of 9 Cazenove Road, to Richard Parry, Gentleman, of 4 Finsbury Park Villas, Green Lanes.
No. 23 Cazenove Road, Clapton.
Plan.

ASSIGNMENT of Lease of 22 Mar 1877 (M850)  M851  20 Mar 1879

Former reference: Barnet 2/73


Related information: As M850

Contents:
Richard Parry, Gentleman, of 23 Cazenove Road, to William Walter Hayworth, Builder, of 108 High Street Kingsland.

MORTGAGE for £600  M852  20 Mar 1879

Former reference: Barnet 2/73


Related information: As M850

Contents:
William Walter Hayworth, Builder, of 108 High Street Kingsland, to Thomas Keddell Cleghorn, Esq, of 33 Seething Lane, City of London.
Endorsed:
ASSIGNMENT of Mortgage, 10 Feb 1882. Thomas Keddell Cleghorn to William Thomas, Jeweller, of 444 Kingsland Road and Charles Edward Tranter Lamb, Solicitor, of 33 Old Jewry, City of London.

ASSIGNMENT of Lease  M853  7 Aug 1885

Former reference: Barnet 2/73


Related information: As M850

Contents:
William Walter Hayworth and his Mortgagees (as M852) to George Bolton, Wine Merchant, of 89, Gresham Street, City of London.

ASSIGNMENT of Lease  M854  17 Dec 1890

Former reference: Barnet 2/73


Related information: As M850

Contents:
George Bolton, Gentleman, of 23 Cazenove Road, to William George Baker, Gentleman, of 40 Castlewood Road.

ASSIGNMENT of Lease  M855  14 Sep 1896

Former reference: Barnet 2/73


Related information: As M850

Contents:
William George Baker, Gentleman, of 23 Cazenove Road, to Mrs. Louise Klaje, wife of Louis Klaje, Gentleman, of 63 Chardmore Road.

ASSIGNMENT of Lease  M856  30 Jun 1897

Former reference: Barnet 2/73


Related information: As M850

Contents:
Annie Taverner, Spinster, of Norton Lodge, Stoke Newington Road, to Gertrude Octavia Jane Wilks, Wife of John Wilks, Commercial Traveller, of 2 Filey Avenue. [Annie Taverner, sister and executrix of Mrs. Louise Klaje.]

ABSTRACT OF TITLE  M857  1897

Former reference: Barnet 2/73

Contents:
Title of Miss Annie Taverner to No.23 Cazenove Road.

ASSIGNMENT of Lease  M858  9 Dec 1919

Former reference: Barnet 2/73

Contents:
Gertrude Octavia Jane Wilks, Widow, of Stanbridge, Leighton Buzzard, Beds., to Rebecca Goldberg, Spinster, of 23 Cazenove Road.
No.23 Cazenove Road, Clapton

ABSTRACT OF TITLE  M859  Apr 1954

Former reference: Barnet 2/73

Contents:
Title of the Prudential Assurance Co. Ltd. to the Freehold of No.23, reciting Conveyance of 25 May 1886, Charles Selby Bigge, Esq., of the Note, Ightam, Kent, and John Mitford, Esq., of 21 Palace Gardens Terrace, Kensington, to William Amhurst Tyssen Amhurst and the Prudential Assurance Co. Ltd..
As M858
Plan.

LAND REGISTRY Certificate of Conveyance of Freehold.  M860  23 Apr 1954

Former reference: Barnet 2/73


Related information: As M858

Contents:
The Prudential Assurance Co. Ltd. to Mrs. Rebecca Harper (nee Goldberg) of 100 Edgwarebury Lane, Edgware.

LAND CHARGES  M861(a)-(b)  Apr 1954-Sep 1955

Former reference: Barnet 2/75


Related information: As M858

Contents:
Two search certificates.

BUNDLE of INSURANCE CERTIFICATES  M862  1886-1966

Former reference: Barnet 2/73

Contents:
No. 23 Cazenove Road, Clapton.

LEASE for 64 years  M863  4 Oct 1827

Former reference: AR 129

Contents:
John Hindle, Gentleman, of Nelson Lodge, Stoke Newington, to Stephen Murrell, Carpenter, of John Street, Stoke Newington Road.
Piece of land near the Birdcage P.H., Stamford Hill.
Plan.

LEASE for 75 years (counterpart only)  M864  14 Mar 1828

Former reference: AR 130

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Foley House, Maidstone, to Many Heyman, Widow, of Cheltonham.
Piece of land at Kingsland on the West side of Stamford Hill, to be used as a road.
Plan.

ASSIGNMENT of LEASE  M865  24 Feb 1726

Former reference: AR 131

Contents:
John Tyssen, Esq., of London, to John Ward, Esq., of Hackney.
Recites:
1. LEASE for 61 years, 30 Dec 1717, Mary Tyssen, Widow, of Shacklewell, to her son John Tyssen (as above)
2. ?SUB-LEASE for 21 years, 23 Jan 1722/3. John Tyssen to Joseph Budd, Citizen and Upholder of London (follows earlier Lease granted 21 Oct 1719.) Shacklewell Manor House, formerly the home of Francis Tyssen, Esq., decd., brother of John Tyssen above. with Homefield, Eight Acre Field in Downs Lane, Long Ditch in Downs Lane.

LEASE for 61 years (counterpart only)  M866  23 Dec 1775

Former reference: AR 132

Contents:
Francis John Tyssen, Esq., of St. George Hanover Square, to Edward Smith, Bricklayer, of Stoke Newington.
Piece of land and newly-built house on the West side of Kingsland [High Street.]

LEASE for 21 years (counterpart only)  M867  20 Dec 1799

Former reference: AR 133

Contents:
Rev. Peter Beauvoir, Downham Hall, Essex (devisee in fee of the estates of Francis John Tyssen, Esq., late of Shacklewell) to William and John Bellis, Farmers of Kingsland.
House and farmland in Kingsland, Dalston and Shacklewell (field names given) 94 acres in all.

LEASE for 62 years (Counterpart only)  M868  15 Nov 1819

Former reference: AR 134

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Foulden Hall, Norfolk, to George Buckham, Stone Mason, Little Abingdon Street, Westminster.
House built on part of Clapton Field [pencil note says "Prospect House"]
Plan.

LEASE for 61 years (Counterpart only)  M869  1 Jan 1808

Former reference: AR 135

Contents:
Rev. Peter Beauvoir, John Dent and John Wormald (Trustees of the real estate of Francis John Tyssen, Esq., late of Shacklewell) with Francis Tyssen, Esq., of Foulden, Norfolk, (tenant for life of the real estate of Francis John Tyssen above) to John Hindle Esq., of Kingsland Crescent.
8 acres behind the Bird Cage P.H., Stamford Hill, for building 2 new houses.

LEASE AND RELEASE  M870-871  24/25 May 1802

Former reference: AR 412; AR 151

Contents:
Sir Francis Willes, Knight of Charles Street, Berkeley Square and Dame Willes, his wife; Elizabeth Lany, Spinster, of Conduit Street, Hanover Square; and the heirs at law of Robert Onebye, Esq., of Suffolk; to James Welch, of Clapton, and his trustee Joseph Austin, Shoemaker, of Clapton.
House, garden, etc. on the West side of the High Road at Clapton.
Endorsed:
LEASE AND RELEASE 5/6 Jan 1803
Sir John Blois, Bart, of Cuckfield Hall, (Oxford, Suffolk; Mary Welsted Moore, widow, of Syston, Leics., Rev. Richard Gifford of Duffield, Derby, and Euphemia Gifford, Spinster (daughter of Richard Gifford); to James Welch, Corn Chandler, and Joseph Austin, Shoemaker, both of Clapton.
Property as above.

APPOINTMENTS OF ATTORNEY [copies]  M872(a)-(b)  10 Jun 1802

Former reference: AR 144, 145

Contents:
Ann Mason, Widow, of Ipswich, and Rev. Philip Bliss, of Frampton Cotterell, Glos., appoint as their attorney John Nicholls, Printer, of Red Lion Passage, Fleet Street.
Property: Three (Ann Mason) and one (Philip Bliss) 1/48 parts of a moiety in a house and garden in Clapton, recently sold to William Dawson, Esq., James Welch, Corn Chandler, and John Austen, Shoemaker, all of Clapton, and George Burley, Gentleman, of Lincolns Inn.

COVENANT TO PRODUCE DEEDS  M873  19 Jun 1802

Former reference: AR 148

Contents:
John Nichols, Printer, of Red Lion Passage, Fleet Street, to James Welch, Cornchandler, of Clapton.
Property as M870

LEASE and RELEASE  M874-M875  25/25 Sep 1812

Former reference: AR 149; AR 138

Contents:
James Welch, Corn Chandler, and Joseph Austin, Shoemaker, both of Clapton; to William Casburn, Corn Merchant, and John Hibbert, Esq., both of Cambridge.
Property as M870.
Cites Lease and Release of 5/6 Jan 1805. (missing)

LEASE for a year [i.e. Lease and Release, 17/18 Sep 1817, but Release Missing]  M876  17 Sep 1817

Former reference: AR 150

Contents:
William Casburn, Corn Merchant, of Cambridge, to John Austin, Shoemaker, of Clapton. [Release: Wm. Casburn and John Austin to John Lane, Gentleman, of Goldsmiths' Hall, City of London]
Property as M870

LEASE for a year; [i.e. Lease and Release, 19/20 Sep 1817, but Release missing]  M877  19 Sep 1817

Former reference: AR 141

Contents:
John Austin, Shoemaker, of Clapton, to John Bagwill, Esq., of Newington Place, Newington Butts, Surrey.
Property as M870

MORTGAGE for £630  M878  20 Sep 1817

Former reference: AR 146

Contents:
John Austin, Shoemaker, of Clapton, mortgages property to John Bagwill, Esq., of Newington Place, Newington Butts, Surrey. Cites conveyances relating to various parts of the estate;
17/18 Sep 1817 (M876); 25 Feb 1799, John Turnbull, Stone Mason, of Maxtone, Roxburgh, to John Austin; 30 Nov 1812, Matthias Ramsdale, Butcher, of Clapton, to James Day, Coal Merchant, of Clapton; and 30 Sep 1814, James Day to John Austin.
Property as M870

LEASE for 1 year  M879  5 Apr 1823

Former reference: AR 136

Contents:
Richard Mitchell, Corndealer, of Lower Clapton, to John Bagwill, Esq., of Newington Place, Newington Butts, Surrey.
Property as M870.

LEASE for a year [i.e. Lease and Release, 5/6 Apr 1823, but Release missing]  M880  5 Apr 1823

Former reference: AR 143

Contents:
John Bagwill, Esq., of Newington Place, Newington Butts, James Pope, Gent., of Broad Street Buildings, City of London, and John Austin, Shoemaker, of Lower Clapton, to Richard Mitchell, Corn Dealer, of Lower Clapton. [Release: John Bagwill, James Pope, John Austin and Richard Mitchell to William Henry Holmes, Haberdasher, of Hackney.]
Property as M870

APPOINTMENT AND RELEASE  M881  7 Apr 1823

Former reference: AR 137

Contents:
John Austin, Shoemaker, of Lower Clapton, and his mortgagees, to Richard Mitchell, Corndealer, of Lower Clapton.
Property as M870

MORTGAGE for £819  M882  7 Apr 1823

Former reference: AR 174

Contents:
Richard Mitchell, Corn Dealer, of Lower Clapton, to John Bagwill, Esq., of Newington Place, Newington Butts, Surrey.
Property as M870 [see also M1210]

TRANSFER OF MORTGAGE  M883  21 May 1831

Former reference: AR 147

Contents:
William Augustus Orlebar, Esq., of Hinwick House, Bedford; John Plumer, Gent., of the Stock Exchange; and George Falkner, Gent., of the Stock Exchange (Trustees of the Will of James Bagwill, Esq.,) and Richard Mitchell, Corn Chandler, of Clapton; to William Henry Holmes, Gentleman, of Potters Bar.
Property as M870

LEASE for ? years [Counterpart only]  M884  8 Oct 1833

Former reference: AR 140

Contents:
Wynn Ellis, Warehouseman, of Ludgate Street, City; and Richard Mitchell, Corn Dealer, of Lower Clapton; to Charles White, Gent., of Little George Street, Hampstead Road, St. Pancras.
Property as M870

CONVEYANCE [i.e. Lease and Release of 14/15 Jul 1835, but Lease missing]  M885  15 Jul 1835

Former reference: AR 139

Contents:
Wynn Ellis, Esq., of Ludgate Hill; William Henry Holmes, Haberdasher, of Hackney, and Richard Mitchell, Corn Dealer, of Lower Clapton; to George Rhodes, Gent., of Balls Pond, Islington.
Property as M870

LEASE for 76 years  M886  14 Nov 1811

Former reference: AR 152

Contents:
John Vernon, Esq., of Lincolns Inn (surviving trustee of the estates of William Parker Hamond, Esq., of Monmouth) to John Rumbal, yeoman, of Hackney.
Part of Conduit Field, on the West side of Upper Clapton Road, North of Keates Lane.
[For building use]
Plan.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE AND COUNTERPART  M887(a)-(b)  31 Jan 1812

Former reference: AR 157,161

Contents:
John Rumbal, Yeoman, of Hackney; to John Ballard, Carrier, of Clapton.
Property as M886 (part only)
Plan.

LEASE for 72 years [counterpart only]  M888  25 May 1816

Former reference: AR 176

Contents:
John Rumbal, Yeoman, of Clapton, to Thomas Crook, Bricklayer, of Homerton.
Property as M886 (part only)
Plan.

LEASE for 72 years [+ COUNTERPART]  M889(a)-(b)  22 Jul 1816

Former reference: AR 159, AR 154

Contents:
John Rumbal, Yeoman, of Clapton, to John Crook, Shoemaker, of Clapton.
Property as M886 (part only)
Plan.

LEASE for 71 years  M890  26 Jul 1816

Former reference: AR 153

Contents:
John Rumbal, Yeoman, of Clapton, to Alexander Anderson, Carpenter, of Clapton.
Property as M886 (part only)
Plan.

LEASE for 73 years (Draft)  M891  1 Nov 1817

Former reference: AR 173

Contents:
John Rumbal, Yeoman, of Clapton, to William Ambrose, Carpenter, of Clapton.
Property as M886 (part only)

LEASE for 70 years (COUNTERPART only)  M892  17 Feb 1818

Former reference: AR 180

Contents:
John Rumbal, Cowkeeper, of Clapton, and John Whales, Carpenter, of Clapton; to Robert Pescod, Beadle of the Parish of Hackney, of Lea Bridge Road.
Property as M886 (part only)

LEASE for 66¼ years  M893  22 Jun 1822

Former reference: AR 155

Contents:
John Rumbal, Yeoman, of Clapton, and John Whales, Carpenter, of Clapton; to James Richard Trigg, Gentleman, also of Clapton.
Property as M886 (part only)

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE; (Assignment of Lease granted 22 Jul 1816, John Rumbal to John Crook - M889)  M894  13 Mar 1827

Former reference: AR 158

Contents:
John Crook, Shoemaker, of Clapton, to Philip Snewin, Carpenter, of Clapton.
Property as M886 (part only)

LEASE for 31 years (COUNTERPART ONLY)  M895  25 Sep 1840

Former reference: AR 165

Contents:
Benjamin Brett the Younger, Corn Chandler, of Homerton, and John Rumbal, Cowkeeper, of Clapton (executors of the will of John Rumbal, Cowkeeper, of Clapton, deceased) to James Rumbal, Cowkeeper, of Clapton, and Henry Rutherford, Gentleman, of Wood Street, Clapton.
Two messuages with farmyard and outbuildings in Conduit Street, Brook Street, Upper Clapton, (i.e. M886, part) occ. Susan Rumbal.

LEASE for 5 years  M896  25 Sep 1845

Former reference: AR 160

Contents:
Mary Merriman, widow of Lockeridge, Wilts., and John Thomas Edmunds, Builder, of Gun Street, Spitalfields, to Susan Rumbal, widow, of Clapton.
Land on the West side of Robin Hood Lane [otherwise Mount Pleasant Lane] abutting North on Warwick Road, Upper Clapton.
Plan.

LEASE for 72¼ years  M897  16 Sep 1831

Former reference: AR 179

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Foley House, Maidstone; Francis Henchman, Esq., of Homerton; and John Whales, Builder, of Upper Clapton; to John Rumbal, Cow Farmer, of Upper Clapton.
[Cites Lease of 14 Aug 1828, Francis Henchman to John Whales.]
House on the S. side of Warwick Road [later Warwick Grove] corner of Upper Clapton Road.
Plan.

LEASE for 63 years  M898  6 Dec 1825

Former reference: AR 164

Contents:
John Woods, Builder, of Upper Clapton, to John Whales, Carpenter, of Upper Clapton.
Land and 2 houses on the South side of Wood Street [later Rossington Street] Endorsed: ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE 23 Sep 1826. John Whales (as above) to James Doggett, Farmer, of Stoke Newington.
Plan.

LEASE for 61 years (+ COUNTERPART)  M899(a)-(b)  2 Jul 1827

Former reference: AR 156,175

Contents:
John Whales, Carpenter and Builder, of Clapton, John Rumbal, Farmer, of Clapton.
Property as M898
Plan.

RE-ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE of 23 Sep 1826 (M898)  M900  2 Jul 1827

Former reference: AR 163

Contents:
James Doggett, Farmer, of Stoke Newington, to John Whales, Carpenter and Builder, of Clapton.
Property as M898 (but including two more newly-built houses.) Endorsed: RELEASE for 63 years, 15 Jan 1829. John Whales (as above) to Sarah Whales Spinster, of Clapton. Cites 61 year LEASES of 2 Jul 1827 (John Rumbal) and 24 Oct 1827 (John Barton)

LEASE for 66½ years  M901  30 Jul 1821

Former reference: AR 162

Contents:
Isaac Alexander, Builder, of Clapton; to George Dawson. Scavenger, of Clapton.
Piece of land and two newly-built houses on North side of Kates Lane, Clapton.
Plan.

LEASE for 21 years (Counterpart only)  M902  6 Oct 1789

Former reference: AR 166

Contents:
Richard Benyon, Esq., of Gidea Hall, Essex; and the Rev. Peter Beauvoir, of Downham Hall, Essex (devisees in fee of the real estate of Francis John Tyssen, Esq., late of Shacklewell) to William Cheeke, Gentleman, of Church Street.
House, garden etc., in Church Street, Hackney.

LEASE for 11 years (Counterpart only)  M903  30 Nov 1810

Former reference: AR 167

Contents:
John Atkinson, Esq., of Lincolns Inn, and Thomas Atkinson, Gentleman, of Licolns Inn Fields, to Thomas Solly, Esq., of St. Mary Axe, City.
26 acres of land, including Lower Birchin Field and Round Meadow, in Upper Clapton (Earl of Warwick ground landlord.)

LEASE for 11 years (counterpart only)  M904  30 Nov 1810

Former reference: AR 168

Contents:
Rev. Samuel Woodfield Paul, of Finedon, Northants., Rev. Richard Holmden Amphlett, of Hadsor House, Worcs., and Sarah his wife, and Esther Paul, Spinster, Finedon, Northants., to Thomas Solly, Esq., of St. Mary Axe, City.
House on the East side of Upper Clapton Road. (next to land leased in M903)

AGREEMENT AS TO LEGACIES  M905  17 Aug 1727

Former reference: AR 169

Contents:
James Brookes, testator, died 5 Oct 1726 (will dated 2 Jul 1723.) Executors: Thomas Brookes, Grocer, of London (uncle of James Brookes) and William Brookes (brother of James Brookes.)
Legatees: Elizabeth Brookes, widow, of Hackney (mother of James Brookes;) Nehemiah, Richard, Samuel and Thomas Brookes (brothers of James Brookes;) and Elizabeth Brookes (sister of James Brookes) since deceased.
N.b.- James Brookes - Upholder? [Upholders' Company conduct funeral]
- Lists of debtors still owing money to James Brookes: may include Hackney names.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M906  25 Mar 1773

Former reference: AR 170

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 50 years, 8 Oct 1771. Robert Collins, Carpenter, of Hackney; and George Stephen, Gentleman, of Hackney; to John Evelegh, Gentleman, of Mitchell Street, St. Luke Old Street.
Eastfield and messuages, on the E. side of Mare Street (near newly built St. Thomas's Chapel.)
Endorsed: 6 Jul 1773, Lease of 8 Oct 1771 (St. Thomas's Hospital to Robert Collins) extended by twenty years.
Safeguards site provided by Hospital for St. Thomas's Chapel.

CONFIRMATION. Presentation.  M907  13 Mar 1894

Former reference: Potts. 1973

Contents:
George William Charles Thorn, aged 14 years, of the Parish of S. Stephen, Haggerston.
Examined and presented by the Revd. H.O.A. Adolphus.
Notice to attend at Holy Trinity, Hoxton on 13 Mar 1894.

BAPTISM. Certificate.  M908  27 Apr 1921

Contents:
Elizabeth Potts. Baptised at S. Martin Ada Street, London Fields by Revd. G.F.J. Ansell (Missioner.)

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE (M906)  M909  1 Mar 1774

Former reference: AR 171

Contents:
John Evelegh, Gentleman, of Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury; and Robert Collins, Carpenter, of Mare Street; to Richard Wainwright, Gentleman, of Upper Homerton.
Eastfield and messuages, on the E. side of Mare Street (near newly built S. Thomas's Chapel.)

LEASE for 7 years  M910  1 Apr 1760

Former reference: AR 177

Contents:
William Marsh, Yeoman, of Hackney, and Elizabeth his wife; to Richard Atkinson, Yeoman, of Dagenham, Essex. Lease by way of mortgage for £60.
12 acres of land called Gill Meadow and Gill Meadow Hill, "in Hammerton near the Marsh."

LEASE for 21 years (Counterpart only)  M911  24 Apr 1811

Former reference: AR 181

Contents:
Ralph Clarke, Esq., of Buckingham St., York Buildings, Middlesex; James Yerraway, Coal Merchant, of Earl St., Blackfriars; and Edmund Robinson, Gent., of Lincolns Inn; (Executors of the will of William Norris, Esq., late of Montague St., Russell Square) with John Norris, Esq., of Montague Street; to Matthew Heathfield, Esq., of Grove Place, Hackney.
House in Grove Place, Hackney "being the tenth house from Silvester Row"

LEASE for 14 years  M912  16 Feb 1805

Former reference: AR 182

Contents:
William Norrise, Esq., of Montague Street, Russell Square; to Richard Le Gros, Gentleman, of the Grove, Hackney.
House in Grove Place (as M911.)
Endorsed: ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE, 30 Dec 1810.
Richard Le Gros and the executors of the will of William Norris (see M911) to Matthew Heathfield, Esq., of Grove Place.

LEASE for 61 (Counterpart only)  M913  24 Jun 1791

Former reference: AR 183

Contents:
Richard Dann, Gentleman, of Hackney; to George Scott, Surveyor, of Hatton Street, St. Andrew, Holborn.
Land for building, at the W. end of Silvester Row, Hackney.

ABSTRACT OF TITLE  M914  1 Jan 1795

Former reference: AR 196

Contents:
Cites deeds from 24 Mar 1792. Parties include: Richard Dann. Gentleman, of Hackney; George Scott, Surveyor, of Hatton Street, St. Andrew Holborn; Edward Smith, Surveyor and Auctioneer, of Gracechurch Street; Nathaniel Wright, Surveyor, of Hatton Garden (et al.)
Nos.10, 11 and 12 Silvester Row, Hackney.

DEED OF SALE  M915  1 Feb 1799

Former reference: AR 184

Contents:
Henry Partridge, Esq., late of Middle Temple, now of Lincolns Inn; John Vernon the younger, Esq., of Lincolns Inn; William Parker Hamond Esq., of Haling, Surrey; and William March, stationer, of Ludgate Hill; to William Morris, Mason, of Ludgate Hill.
1 Acre 3 roods, part of Gravel Pit Field, Hackney [near The Grove]

DECLARATION OF TRUST as to two-thirds of a piece of Gravel Pit Field.  M916(a)-(c)  2 Apr 1799

Former reference: AR 192, 193, 193A

Contents:
William Morris, Mason, of Ludgate Hill; to Philip Morris, Esq., of Boscomb Cottage, Christchurch, Hants., and William March, Stationer, of Ludgate Hill. Cites lease of 1 Feb 1799 (M915). Two parchment copies and one paper.
Property as M915

LEASE [and RELEASE]  M917  13/14 Jun 1827

Former reference: AR 186

Contents:
The Release is missing but is recited in M918. Rev. Josias Torriano, of Stanstead, Essex; Rev. Vicesimus McGie Torriano, of Colchester, Essex; (and others) to Francis Norman. + ENDORSEMENT (1835).
Property as M915

BARGAIN AND SALE  M918  14 Oct

Former reference: AR 185

Contents:
John March, Gentleman, of Judd Street, Brunswick Square; the Rev. Charles Norman, of Manningtree, Essex, and his wife Helen Harness Seringa Norman; to the Rev. Vicesimus McGie Torriano, of Colchester; and Thomas Sumpter, Esq., of Alfred St. Bedford Square.
Property as M915

LEASE for 18 years (Counterpart only)  M919  22 Jun 1811

Former reference: AR 187

Contents:
John Morris, Esq., of Montague Street, Russell Square; to Frederick Le Mesurier, Esq., of Hackney.
Property as M915.

LEASE for 21 years from 21 years (Counterpart only)  M920  7 Sep 1821

Contents:
Richard Morris, Esq., of Basing Park, Southamptom, Thomas Sumpter, Esq., of Thornhaugh Street; Lydia Morris, Widow, of Hastings, Sussex; Lydia Dampier Morris, Spinster of Cambridge (executors of the Will of John Morris, Esq., of Colchester;) and Rev. Charles Norman, of Manningtree; and Helen Harness Seringa Norman, his wife, ( daughter of John Morris;) to George Tompson, Esq., of Grove Place, Hackney.
Grove Place, Hackney, the seventh house from Silvester Row, occupied by George Tompson.

LEASE for 1 year  M921  12 Aug 1713

Former reference: AR 189

Contents:
Edward Barton, Merchant, of Hackney; to John Woven, Junior, Merchant, of London; and Thomas Grime, Gentleman, of St. Peter, Cornhill.
Barn, 7 acres of pasture, new house and outbuildings, in Well Street, Hackney, occupied by Thomas Parratt.

LEASE for 21 years from Lady Day 1838. (Counterpart only.)  M922  30 Jul 1832

Former reference: AR 190

Contents:
Mary Carter, Widow, of 3 Upton Row, West Ham; Sarah Lineau, Widow, of Stratford; and Martha Hensler, Widow; of 3 Upton Row, West Ham; to John Edward Clare, Victualler, of Cambridge Heath.
The Rose and Crown P.H., Cambridge Heath.
Plan.

LEASE for 12½ (Counterpart only)  M923  21 Dec 1826

Former reference: AR 191

Contents:
Nathaniel Lee Acton, Esquire, of Livermore Park, Suffolk; to Donald Aird, Gentleman, of Mare Street, Hackney.
Land at the backs of gardens in Mare Street, Hackney, West side.
Plan.

LEASE for 7¾ years  M924  1 Apr 1642

Former reference: AR 194

Contents:
Peter Hossard [?Hassard] Citizen and Fishmonger, of Lothbury; to William Fitzherbert, Citizen and Grocer, of London.
House, orchard, garden, outbuildings, etc. in Humberton. [Homerton]

BARGAIN AND SALE  M925  31 May 1568

Former reference: AR 195

Contents:
John Monne, Moneyer, of Hackney; to Thomas Wilson, Yeoman, of Bethnal Green.
Moiety of two closes of land "called pores felde" 22 acres abutting W. on Cambridge Heath. Also 12 acres of land in Stepney called Markams.

APPORTIONMENT OF RENT (Copy)  M926  [n.d. c.1800]

Former reference: AR 197

Contents:
William Parker Hamond and James Potts, Trustees of the estates of Elizabeth Hamond, deceased. (Witness John Windus, Bishopsgate Street Without.)
Property: various pieces of land [in Hackney?]

LEASE FOR 68 years (counterpart only)  M927  19 July 1773

Former reference: AR 198

Contents:
Robert Collins, carpenter, of Hackney, to John Gould, Gentleman, of Hoxton.
Two parts of Eastfield with 2 "new-built Brick messuages", on the west side of Mare Street (near newly-built St. Thomas's Chapel).
Plan
Endorsed:
Richard Wainwright, Esq., of Homerton, to John Gould, Gentleman, of Hoxton. 13 Aug 1781
Part of Eastfield recently surrendered to Richard Wainwright by Robert Collins.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE of 66¾ years, by way of mortgage for £300.  M928  6 Sep 1774

Former reference: AR 199

Contents:
Robert Collins, Carpenter, of Mare Street, to John Bland, Banker, of London. (Lease of 23 April 1774; Richard Wainwright, Gentleman, of Mare Street, to Robert Collins).
Messuage, yard, workshop and part of Eastfield, Mare Street.

LEASE for 67 years  M929  29 Mar 1774

Former reference: AR 200

Contents:
John Evelegh, Gentleman, of Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury, to Richard Wainwright, Gentleman, of Upper Homerton.
Part of Eastfield, Mare Street, demised to Robert Collins, Carpenter, of Hackney; by St. Thomas's Hospital from whom to Richard Wainwright, then from Richard Wainwright to John Evelegh to secure prevention of building on St. Thomas's Square.

LEASE for 61 years (counterpart only)  M930  18 May 1769

Former reference: AR 201

Contents:
Francis John Tyssen, Esq., of St. George Hanover Square (Lord of the Manor of Hackney) to Duncan Menzies, Pawnbroker, of Brick Lane, Spitalfields.
Two partly built messuages on the east side of Newington Street.

LEASE for 15 years  M931  23 Dec 1791

Former reference: AR 202

Contents:
William Parker Hamond, Esq., of Haling, Surrey; to James Potts, Esq., of the Grove, Hackney.
Pitwell Field (5+ acres) and Gravel Pit Field (2+ acres) in Hackney. Endorsed: Memorandum of 1 January 1799 recording sale of part of the premises to William Norris, Mason, of Ludgate Hill, and apportionment of rent.

LEASE for 63 years  M932  3 June 1822

Former reference: AR 203

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Fitzroy Square to John Brooks, Timber merchant, of Salisbury Wharf, Strand.
Land on the east side of the High Road leading from Kingsland to Stoke Newington.

SETTLEMENT of houses in Well Street  M933  17 Jan 1708

Former reference: AR 204

Contents:
Edward Barton, Merchant, of Hackney, and Mary his wife; and Samuel Trench, Citizen and Salter of London, and Mary his wife; to John Wowen Junior, Merchant, of London and Thomas Prime, Gentleman, of St. Peter's, Cornhill.
7 houses in Well Street, Hackney [and Duckett's Manor, etc. in Tottenham].

BARGAIN AND SALE  M934  26 Sep 1640

Former reference: AR 205

Contents:
John Mun, Merchant of London; to John Jones, Citizen and Girdler, of London.
Moiety of two closes of land "called Poorefeilds or Pooresfeilds," 22 acres abutting west on Cambridge Heath [i.e. as M925].

BARGAIN AND SALE  M935  2 June 1640

Former reference: AR 206

Contents:
Joseph Clissald, Victualler, of London; to John Metcale, Woollen Draper, of Bicester, Oxon.
5 messuages at Cambridge Heath, with 5 acres of pasture; and 4 messuages in Bush Lane, City.

ABSTRACT OF TITLE of Trustees  M936  1707 - 1798

Former reference: AR 212

Contents:
William Parker Hamond, of Grays Inn, later of Haling, Croydon, Surrey.
Various pieces of Land, messuages, etc. in the Manor of Kingshold including parts of London Fields, Wick Marsh, the Cat and Shoulder of Mutton P.H., the White House in Church Street.
[See also M1212 etc.]

MORTGAGE of land in Hackney March [Copy]  M937  1618 - 1619

Former reference: AR 213


Related information: See also M3235

Contents:
Three deeds:
A CONVEYANCE [see M948] Edmund Moore, Gentleman, of London, to Richard Rowe, Yeoman, of Hackney, 24 October 1618.
B LIVERY and SEISIN, Moore to Rowe, 26 October 1618.
C RECONVEYANCE, Rowe to Moore, 20 August 1619.
Property: Two acres in Hackney Marsh, one of them known as Grahopps Hoope.
And copies of entries from Parliament Rolls concerning assignment of Hackney and Stepney Manors to Thomas, Lord Wentworth, c. 1558.

AGREEMENT  M938  22 June 1743

Former reference: AR 214

Contents:
Charles Parker, Merchant, of London (for William Parker (ii) Esquire, his nephew) to Nathal Levi Sousino, Merchant, of London.
Capital messuage, garden, etc. in Mare Street

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE of 91 years  M939  1 July 1829

Former reference: AR 215

Contents:
Of 31 December 1827 by way of mortgage for £1000.
Matthias Wilks, Esq., of Queenhithe, Thames Street, City, and of Tandridge Court, Surrey; to John Wallis Lambert, Surgeon, of Dean Street, Soho Square, and Edward Lambert, Gentleman, of Grays Inn.
Recites Lease of 31 December, 1827, John Rigge and Edward Bishopp to Matthias Wilks.
House on the north side of Downham Road, Hackney, the fifth westward from Hertford Road. [i.e. now No. 48] (and other properties, not in Hackney).

FACULTY  M940  27 Mar 1834

Former reference: AR 216

Contents:
For removing corpses from vault in Christ Church, Spitalfield, to churchyard of St. John-at-Hackney.
Robert Hanbury of Brick Lane, seeks to re-inter his three deceased children Emily Hanbury, Louisa Hanbury and Henry Osgood Hanbury, who died 27 December 1825, 25 January and 15 February 1826.

DEED OF SETTLEMENT.  M941  30th November, 1726

Former reference: AR 217

Contents:
Mary Thomson, Spinster, of Hackney, and Thomas Whately, Merchant, of London; to Joseph Thompson, Esq., of Inner Temple, and Stamp Brooksbank, Esq., of Hackney.
(Marriage arranged between Mary Thomson and Thomas Whately)
[Property not in Hackney]

BARGAIN AND SALE  M942  24th February, 1679

Former reference: AR 218

Contents:
Henry Rowe, Esq., of Shacklewell, to Sir John Cutler, Knight and Baronet, of Westminster.
Various pieces of pasture land, including:-
- London Fields (60 acres)
- Crabheet Field (11 acres)(Shacklewell)
- Pond Field (11 acres)(Shacklewell)
- Sturmans Field (14 acres, Shacklewell)
- May Fields or Broade Leyers (30 acres, Stamford Hill)
- Close of Meadow (8 acres, Shacklewell)
- Sadlers Acre (3 acres, Shacklewell)
- The Preachers (12 acres, Shacklewell)
- The Preachers, (12 acres, Shacklewell) Cockhangers Common
- Stonebridge Field (4½ acres, Haggerston)
- (5 acres, Shacklewell)
- (3 acres, Shacklewell)
- (3 acres, Shacklewell)
- (10 acres, Shacklewell)

CONSENT TO AN ASSIGNMENT  M943(a)-(b)  24th September, 1811

Former reference: AR 219(1)

Contents:
Consent by Lt. Col. John Norris to the Assignment of part of Gravel Pit Field, Hackney, leased by him, 22nd June, 1811 to Frederick le Mesurier, from Frederick le Mesurier of Hackney to James Young, of Grove Place, Hackney; and letter from Frederick le Mesurier to Norris, 20th September 1811 complaining that he is waiting for Norris's signature.

RECEIPT for £320.  M944  26th June, 1674

Former reference: AR 219(2)

Contents:
Sir Edward de Carteret, Knight, of Westminster, acknowledges payment by Isaac Alvarez, Merchant, of London, for a house in Homerton Street.

MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT  M945  12 Oct 1841

Former reference: AR 219(3)

Contents:
Jacob de Fonseca Brandon, Gentleman, of Lower Clapeon, to Josiah John Huntley, Auctioneer, of Hackney. Agreement to let from 24 June 1841 for 4 Years.
House, garden, etc., at the Triagle, Hackney.

AGREEMENT  M946  Dec 1713

Former reference: AR 220(1)

Contents:
Richard Ryder (junior) is to be admitted as tenant of his father's copyhold estates in Hackney, but that Richard Ryder (senior) is to enjoy the rents and profits for life.

APPOINTMENT OF ATTORNEY  M947(a)-(b)  28 Apr 1788

Former reference: AR 220(2)

Contents:
Nathaniel Hope, Maltster, of Wellsborough, Kent, appoints James Carter, Gentleman, of Southwark, to act as his attorney to be admitted to
A moiety of 6 (formerly 5) tenements or cottages with 1 acre of land, at Clapton, and Witness's affidavit.

BARGAIN AND SALE  M948  24 Oct 1618

Former reference: AR 221

Contents:
Edmund Moore, Gentleman, of London, to Richard Rowe, yeoman, of Hackney.
2 Acres of land in Hackney Marsh. (see M937a)

WILL OF WILLIAM CLARKE (engrossed copy)  M949  20 Aug-17 Dec 1777

Former reference: AR 239

Contents:
William Clarke, Esq., of Droole House, Clapton (died 2 December 1777)
Executors John Clarke (brother) and Mary Hawkins (?housekeeper)

WILL AND DOUBLE PROBATE  M950  1762

Former reference: AR 240

Contents:
William Berney, Merchant, of Homerton (died June 1762) Probates 26 June 1762 and 31 Aug 1775
Executors: Mary Berney (wife), Rev. William Berney (father) Richard Smith (I) (father-in-law) Robert Berney (brother) and Benjamin Smith (brother-in-law).

WILL AND PROBATE  M951  23 Apr 1754

Former reference: AR 241

Contents:
Elizabeth Barker, wife of Rev. John Barker, of Clapham; late Elizabeth Lambe, widow of James Lambe, Esq., of Hackney. Probate 10 Feb 1756
Executors: Rev. John Barker.

WILL  M952  28 Mar 1803

Former reference: AR 242

Contents:
Elizabeth Pitt, Widow, of Dalston.
Executors: Elizabeth Brain, Spinster, daughter of Elizabeth Brain, Widow, of Mile End, and Lucy Adamthwaite, wife of Thomas Adamthwaite, Notary Public, of St. Michael's Alley, Cornhill.

WILL  M953-5  14 Feb 1674

Former reference: AR 243(a)-(c)

Contents:
Dame Dorothy Dicer, late wife of Sir Robert Dicer, now wife of Robert Huntington (I) Esq., of Hackney.
Executor son, Thomas Wood.
+ Note as to disposal of chattels
+ Draft Will

LEASE for 21 years (Copy)  M956  14 Sep 1720

Former reference: AR 244

Contents:
Richard Ryder, Junior, Citizen and Skinner, of London, Ann Staverton, Widow, and William Marchant, Gentleman, of Westminster; to William Weston, Carpenter, of Hackney.
2 pieces of land and 2 parts of "an old timber messuage or tenement... adjoining on the north side to the Church yard this converting does not answer the particular in lieu of Moredown House in the Conveyance from Morris to Knox Ward". (note on dorse) plan

FINE  M957  January, 1791

Contents:
John Ashley, Gentleman, and Catherine, his wife; to Charles Lush, Gentleman, and Major Wright.
2 messuages in the Liberty of the Old Artillery Ground... in the Parish of St. Leonard, Shoreditch.

TRANSFER OF SHARES  M958  16th March, 1829

Former reference: AR 93

Contents:
Transfer of 4 £100 shares in the East London Waterworks (for £420) from Thomas Marshall Junior, Gentleman, of Whitechapel High Street, to Henry Scambler, Gentleman, of Bishopsgate Street, City.

AFFIDAVIT  M959  18th July, 1828

Former reference: AR 100

Contents:
Affidavit of Thomas Purvis, Leather Seller, of Enfield, that Thomas Hogg died 1764 intestate (copy) also copies of baptism, marriage and burial certificates and register entries, Hogg family 1737-1764.

SURRENDER at Court, held at Kings Arms, Kingsland.  M960  4th April, 1758

Former reference: AR 102

Contents:
1. Dyer Bond, Hop Merchant, of St. Saviour, Southwark; to William Bond, Gentleman, of Hackney.
2. William Bond to Henry Simpson, Gentleman, of Camberwell, Surrey. (by way of mortgage).
Moiety of one tenement and 3 acres of land at Stamford Hill, and 1½ acres of land near Duckett's Lane, Clapton.

LICENCE TO DEMISE  M961  2nd July, 1884

Former reference: AR 105

Contents:
Lord of Kingshold Manor licences Sarah Blades, Widow, of Biggleswade, Beds., to demise to Thomas Warr, General Dealer, of No. 8 Grove Passage.
Copyhold messuage No. 8 Grove Passage, Hackney.

STEWARD'S ACCOUNT  M962  1902

Former reference: AR 106

Contents:
Account of fees and fines payable on the admission of Mrs. E.A.Blades, of 29 Ellenbrough Road, Upper Holloway, to copyhold premises in Grove Passage under the will of Mr. E.J.Blades.
8 Grove Passage, Hackney (Kingshold)

STEWARD'S ACCOUNT  M963  1889

Former reference: AR 109

Contents:
Account of fees and fines payable on the admission of Mr. E.J. Blades to copyhold premises in Grove Passage under the will of Mrs. Sarah Blades.
8 Grove Passage, Hackney (Kingshold)

DEED OF ENFRANCHISEMENT for £65  M964  30 Apr 1859

Former reference: AR 123

Contents:
Charles Amherst Daniel Tyssen, Esq, of Northwold, Norfolk, Francis Samuel Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Sandgate, Kent. and William Amherst Tyssen Amhurst, Esq., of Didlington Park, Norfolk; to John George Appold, Fur Skin Dyer, of Wilson Street, Shoreditch, and William John Wilson, Linendraper, of Crown Street, Finsbury.
Cites marriage settlement of William Amhurst Tyssen Amhurst and Margaret Susan Mitford, 3 June 1856 (see M203) and admittance 29 April 1851 of William Lovejoy, Victualler, J.G. Appold and W. Wilson, to
Messuage on south side of Homerton Street (Lordshold), between Hackney Union and Pickles Buildings.
Plan

SURRENDER AND ADMISSION  M965(a)-(d)  12 Oct 1791

Former reference: AR 172

Contents:
Surrenders by Abraham Gamage, Edward Gamage, Peter Gamage and Reston Gamage, of one seventh part each of one fourth part of [property not given] to Mrs. Mary Sapte. (Lordshold manor)

RENTAL OF QUIT RENTS  M966  due at Michaelmas 1705

Former reference: AR 207

Contents:
List of tenants of Kingshold Manor with quit rents due at Michaelmas 1705, with amounts owing. (signed Francis Tyssen)

RENTAL OF QUIT RENTS  M967  due at Michaelmas 1706

Former reference: AR 208

Contents:
List of tenants of Kingshold Manor with quit rents due at Michaelmas 1706, with amounts owing.

RENTAL OF QUIT RENTS  M968  due to Michaelmas 1712

Former reference: AR 209

Contents:
Lists of tenants of Kingshold Manor with quit rents due at Michaelmas 1712, with amounts owing.

RENTAL OF QUIT RENTS  M969  due to Michaelmas 1755

Former reference: AR 210

Contents:
Lists of tenant of Lordshold Manor with quit rents due at Michaelmas 1755, with amounts owing.

RENTAL OF QUIT RENTS  M970  due to Michaelmas 1782

Former reference: AR 211

Contents:
List of tenants of Kingshold Manor with quit rents due at Michaelmas 1782, with amounts owing.

SURRENDERS AND ADDMISSION  M971(a)-(d)  12 Oct 1791

Former reference: AR 222

Contents:
Surrenders by Abraham Gamage, Edward Gamage, Peter Gamage and Reston Gamage, of one seventh part each of one fourth part of [property not given] to Ann Gamage, Spinster (Lordshold Manor)

SURRENDERS AND ADMISSION  M972(a)-(e)  12 Oct 1791

Former reference: AR 223

Contents:
Surrenders by Abraham Gamage, Edward Gamage, Peter Gamage, Robert Le Blond and Jane, His wife, and Peter Anthony Sapte and Mary, his wife, of four seventh parts each of one fourth part of [property not given] to Reston Gamage. (Lordshold Manor)

SURRENDERS AND ADMISSION  M973(a)-(d)  12 Oct 1791

Former reference: AR 224

Contents:
Surrenders by Abraham Gamage, Edward Gamage, Peter Gamage and Reston Gamage, of one seventh part each of one fourth part of [property not given] to Jane le Blond, wife of Robert le Blond. (Lordshold Manor).

ADMISSION  M974  1 May 1810

Former reference: AR 225

Contents:
Admission of the three sons of Thomas Compton (John Woodfield Compton, Samuel Woodfield Compton and Richard Compton) to a moiety of one acre of land at Clapton, abutting east of Mill Field, west on field called Brick Kilns (Lordshold).

SURRENDER  M975  24 May 1790

Former reference: AR 226

Contents:
Surrender by Thomas Tryon Cotton, Esq., of a messuage, garden, etc., in Mare Street, to Joseph Pickles Esq., of Hackney. (Lordshold).

SURRENDER  M976  19 Apr 1748

Former reference: AR 227

Contents:
Garston Harcourt surrenders one rood in Willow Lane (part in Hackney Marsh) to the use of Samuel Woolmer of Clapton, Gardener (Lordshold).

ADMISSION  M977  4 Apr 1758

Former reference: AR 228

Contents:
Admission of Mary Milborne, widow of George Milborne Esq., of the Middle Temple, to a messuage in Homerton Street, 10 acres called Gill Mead and Gill Mead Hill; 2 tenements on the south side of Homerton Street and 4 acres adjoining. (Lordshold)

ADMISSION  M978  23 Apr 1750

Former reference: AR 229

Contents:
Admission of Robert Yelloly, brother of Joseph Yelloly, deceased, to 4 messuages near the Brook, in Church Street, Hackney (Kingshold) and 1 messuage adjoining. Robert Yelloly surrenders to the use of his will.

ADMISSION  M979  30 Nov 1751

Former reference: AR 230

Contents:
Admission of Elizabeth Collier, daughter of Jonathan Collier, late Citizen and Mercer of London, to a brick messuage, with stables and garden, at Dalston. Elizabeth Collier surrenders to the use of her will. (Lordshold)

LICENCE TO DEMISE for 21 years  M980  16 Oct 1752

Former reference: AR 231

Contents:
Lord of Kingshold Manor licenses Jacob Levi Sensino, Merchant, of London, to demise to [?] for 21 years. [Property not given].

SURRENDER  M981  18 Apr 1757

Former reference: AR 232

Contents:
Surrender by Jacob Levi Sensino, Merchant of London, of a messuage and garden in "Meer Street" (Kingshold) to Joshua Israel Brandon, Broker, of the City of London. Joshua Israel Brandon surrenders to the use of his will. (see also M982 etc.)

ADMISSION  M982  27 Apr 1772

Former reference: AR 233

Contents:
Admission of Ester Brandon, Widow of Joshua Israel Brandon, Broker, of the City of London to 4 messuages near the Brook, Church Street, Hackney, and 1 newly built messuage adjoining, and 1 messuage (as M981) in Meer Street (Kingshold). Ester Brandon surrenders to the use of her will.

ADMISSION  M983  [n.d.]

Former reference: AR 234

Contents:
Admission of Robert and Joseph Yelloly, sons of William Yelloly, deceased, to 4 messuages near the Brook, and 1 messuage adjoining (Church Street, Hackney, Kingshold). (as M978, M982)

ADMISSION  M984  19 Aug 1833

Former reference: AR 235

Contents:
Admission of Joachim Otte, Esq., of Homerton, by purchase from Jacob de Fonseca Brandon, Esq., of Clapton, to a messuage, garden, etc. in Homerton Street and one acre of land (Lordshold).

ADMISSION  M985  21 Nov 1744

Former reference: AR 236

Contents:
Admission of Jacob Levi Sensino, Merchant, of London, by surrender of William Parker, Esq., to a messuage and garden, etc. in Mare Street, Kingshold.
(As M981-982)

COPY OF 2 MEMORANDA  M986  1710

Former reference: AR 237

Contents:
As to the descent of Sir Thomas Viner's Hackney properties, 1710. Names of heirs and occupiers given.

RENTAL OF QUIT RENTS  M987  due at Michaelmas 1764

Former reference: AR 238

Contents:
List of tenants of Lordshold Manor with quit rents due at Michaelmas 1764, with amounts owing.

LEASE for 90 years  M988  4 Oct 1839

Contents:
Thomas Rhodes, Esq., of Tottenham Wood; and William Rhodes, Esq., of Leyton, Essex; to Louis England, Builder, of Shepperton Street, Islington.
Nos. 1,2,3, and 4 Shrubland Grove, Dalston [later Nos 15,17,19,21]
Plan

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M989  8 May 1840

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 90 years, 4 Oct 1839. Louis England, Builder, of Shepperton Street, Islington; to Joel Emanuel, Esq., of Bury Street, City.
Property: as M988

LEASE for 77 years  M990  25 Dec 1843

Contents:
Thomas Rhodes, Esq., of Tottenham Wood, and William Arthur Rhodes, Esq., of Leyton; to Richard Liscombe, Builder, of Phillips Street, Kingsland Road.
Piece of land and messuage on the south side of "Shrubland Grove, Lamb Farm", Dalston. [No. 7, later No. 2]
Plan

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE of 77 years of Dec 25 1843, by way of mortgage for £200.  M991  24 Feb 1844

Contents:
Richard Liscombe, Builder, of Phillips Street, Kingsland Road, to George Butcher, Gentleman, of Maidstone, Kent.
Property: as M990

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M992  16 Aug 1844

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 77 years, 25 Dec 1843. Richard Liscombe, Builder, of Phillips Street, Kingsland Road, and George Butcher, Gentleman, of Maidstone, Kent, to Richard Lewis, Ironmonger, of Curtain Road, Shoreditch.
Property: as M990.

LEASE for 75 years  M993  10 Oct 1844

Contents:
Thomas Rhodes, Esq., of Tottenham Wood, William Arthur Rhodes, Esq., of Leyton, and Richard Liscombe, Builder, of Phillips Street, Kingsland Road; to William Smith, Gentleman, of Beech Lodge, Chesham Bois, Buckingham.
No. 1 Burlington Cottages, Queen's Road, Dalston.
Plan

LEASE for 75 years  M994  24 Oct 1844

Contents:
Thomas Rhodes, Esq., of Tottenham Wood, William Arthur Rhodes, Esq., of Leyton, and Richard Liscombe, Builder, Of Phillips Street, Kingsland Road, to James Tucker, Packer, of Noble Street, City of London.
No 2 Burlington Cottages, Queens Road, Dalston.
Plan

LEASE for 74 years  M995  22 June 1848

Contents:
Thomas Rhodes, Esq., of Tottenham Wood, William Arthur Rhodes, Esq., of Leyton, and Stephen Stiles, Builder, of Mayfield Road, Dalston; to William Henry Millman, Gentleman, of Victoria Place, Queen's Road
No. 3 Middleton Place, Queen's Road, Dalston.
Plan

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M996  6 July 1853

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 90 years, 4 Oct 1839. Lawrence Levy, Esq., of 28 Finsbury Square, Michael Moses Salomons, Esq., of 13 Westbourne Crescent, Hyde Park, and Moses Solomon Assur Keyser, Esq., of 32 Finsbury Square (executors of the late Joel Emanuel, Esq.,) to Thomas Sampson, Timber merchant, of Wades Place, Hackney Road.
Property: as M988

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M997  6 June 1860

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 75 years, 10 Oct 1844. Henry Thomas Little, Florist, of Kings Road, Chelsea, William Hall, Gentleman, late of Bisham, Berks; and Thomas (Haynes) Parker, Paper manufacturer and decorator, (who had inherited the property from William Smith, as in M993) to William Gillingwater, Perfumer, of 96 Goswell Road, Clerkenwell. (Cites mortgage to H.T.Little 24 Mar 1859)
Property: as M993

DEED OF COVENANT for production of Title Deeds  M998  6 June 1860

Contents:
William Boggett, Esq., of 3 Lindsey Row, Chelsea; to William Gillingwater, Perfumer, of 96 Goswell Road, Clerkenwell.
Property: as M993

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M999  26 June 1865

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 75 years, 10 Oct 1844. William Gillingwater, Perfumer, of 96 Goswell Road, Clerkenwell; to John Waple and Thomas Fearnley Waple, Jewellers, of Northampton Square, Clerkenwell.
Property: as M993 (now No. 157 Queen's Road, Dalston)

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1000  31 Mar 1869

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 75 years, 10 Oct 1844. Thomas Fearnley Waple, Jeweller, of Northampton Square, Clerkenwell, assigns his moiety in the property to John Waple, Jeweller, of Northampton Square.
Property: as M999

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1001  29 Sep 1871

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 75 years, 10 Oct 1844.
John Waple, Jeweller, of 3a Northampton Square, Clerkenwell; to Roger Squier Tucker, Merchant, of 35 Walbrook, City of London.
Property: as M999

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1002  18 Dec 1872

Contents:
Of 75 years of 10 Oct 1844, by way of mortgage for £339.
Roger Squier Tucker, Merchant, of 35 Walbrook, City of London; to Henry Edward Murrell, Auctioneer, of 1 Walbrook.
+ endorsement: REASSIGNMENT, Murrell to Tucker, 11 Sep 1874
Property: as M999

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1003  25 July 1873

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 75 years, 24 Oct 1844. James Tucker, Esquire, of St. Hilda's, Richmond Hill, Bath; to John Gibbs, Esq., of Myddleton Street, Clerkenwell.
Property: as M994 (now No. 155, Queen's Road, Dalston).

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1004  12 Sep 1874

Contents:
Of 75 years of 10 Oct 1844, by way of mortgage for £300.
Roger Squier Tucker, Merchant, of 35 Walbrook, City of London; to Trustees of the Monarch Benefit Building Society.
Property: as M999

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1005  15 Dec 1877

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 74 years, 22 June 1848. Eliza Augusta Millman, Widow of William Henry Millman, of 104 Queen's Road; to James Roberts, Box Manufacturer, of 123 Queen's Road.
Property: as M995 (now No. 104 Queen's Road, Dalston)

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1006  14 June 1880

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 75 years, 10 Oct 1844. Roger Squier Tucker, Gentleman, of 157 Queen's Road; to Edwin Vaughan, Packing Case Maker, of 15 Moor Lane, City.
Property: as M999.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1007  24 Jan 1881

Contents:
Of 75 years of 10 Oct 1844, by way of mortgage for £400.
Edwin Vaughan, Packing Case Maker, of 157 Queen's Road; to The Hackney 172nd Starr Bowkett Building Society.
Property: as M999

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1008  25 Mar 1881

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 75 years, 24 Oct 1844. John Gibbs, Gentleman, of 56 and 57 Myddleton Street, Clerkenwell; to George Hampton Price, Licensed Victualler, of 29 Upper St. James Street, Brighton, Sussex.
Property: as M1003

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1009  17 Nov 1882

Contents:
Of 75 years of 24 Oct 1844, by way of mortgage for £250.
George Hampton Price, Licensed Victualler, of 155 Queen's Road,; to Sarah Edwards Merryweather; Widow, of 277 Clapham Road.
Property: as M1003 also TRANSFER OF MORTGAGE, 7 July 1886. Sarah Edwards Merryweather to Anne Lamb, Widow, of 8 Moore Park Villas, Honor Oak.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1010  14 Nov 1884

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 77 years, 25 Dec 1843. Esther Lewis, Widow, of 5 Brettenham Road, Lower Edmonton; to Charles Steel, Builder, of 114 Queen's Road, Dalston.
Property: as M990, now No. 2 Shrubland Grove, Dalston (formerly No. 7)

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1011  11 July 1885

Contents:
Of 77 years of 25 Dec 1843, by way of mortgage for £200.
Charles Steel, Builder, of 114 Queen's Road; to the Anglian Permanent Building Society.
Property: as M1010

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1012  21 Feb 1889

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 75 years, 24 Oct 1844. George Hampton Price, Licensed Victualler, of 29 Upper St. James Street, Brighton; and Anne Lamb, Widow, of 8 Moore Park Villas, Honor Oak; to Edwin Vaughan, Packing Case Maker, of Moor Lane, City.
Property: as 1003

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1013  28 Jan 1901

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 74 years, 22 June 1848. James Roberts, Box Manufacturer, of 53 Clarence Road, Hackney; to Edward Joshua Lambert, Manufacturer of Surgical Appliances, 60 and 62 Queen's Road, Dalston.
Property: as M1005

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1014  20 Aug 1903

Contents:
Assignment of Lease for 90 years, 4 Oct 1839. Ernest Arthur Field, of Ashburnham, Stevenage, Herts; to Edwin Vaughan, Packing Case Maker, of 29 Moor Lane, City.
Property; as M988, now Nos. 15,17,19 and 21 Shrubland Grove, Dalston (formerly nos. 1,2,3, and 4)

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1015  19 Mar 1906

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 74 years, 22 June 1848. Edward Joshua Lambert, of Carisbrooke, 210 Green Lanes, Finsbury Park; to the City Land Investment Corporation Ltd., 41 Finsbury Square.
Property: as M1005

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASES  M1016  28 Mar 1906

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 90, 75 and 75 years, 4 Oct 1839, 10 Oct 1844 and 24 Oct 1844. Joseph Lilley, House Decorator, of 29 Malvern Road, Dalston, Thomas George Morgan, Warehouseman, of 30 Wellesley Road, Ilford, and Edwin Vaughan, the younger, Packing Case Maker, of 79 St. Alban's Road, Seven Kings; to the City Lands Investment Corporation Ltd., 41 Finsbury Square.
Property: as M1014, M999 and M1003.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1017  28 Mar 1906

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 77 years, 25 Dec 1843. Mary Elizabeth Steel, Spinster, of 159 Richmond Road, Florence Frost, wife of Joseph John Frost, Gentleman, of 169 Austlings Road, Sheffield, Kate Le Grove, wife of John George Edwin Le Grove, Gentleman, of 49 Airthrie Road, Goodmayes, Essex, and others; to the City Lands Investment Corporation Ltd.
Property: as M1010

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASES by way of mortgage for £1300.  M1018  29 Mar 1906

Contents:
Assignment of leases for 77, 90, 75, 75, 74 and 77 years, dated 18 Mar 1843, 4 Oct 1839, 10 Oct 1844, 24 Oct 1844, 22 June 1848 and 25 Dec 1843. The City Lands Investment Corporation Ltd. to Lucretia Macmillan, Widow.
Leases cited include 2 for Nos. 1,2,3,4,5, and 6 Shrubland Grove [later Nos. 4,6,8,10,12 and 14] - 18 Mar 1843, lease for 77 years from 24 June 1842, Thomas and William Rhodes to Richard Liscombe and 3 Jan 1905, leases assigned by Henry Smith to the Company above.
Nos. 2,4,6,8,10,12,14,15,17,19 and 21 Shrubland Grove, and Nos. 104,155 and 157 Queen's Road, Dalston.

WILL; John Jones, of Hackney, Citizen and Girdler of London.  M1019  13 Aug 1660

Former reference: AR 245

Contents:
Executrix: Mary Jones, wife of testator.
[Copy, dated 1667]

WILL  M1020  11 July 1738

Former reference: AR 246

Contents:
Deborah Drury, of Hackney, Widow of Joseph Drury.
Executors: James Drury (Brother-in-law of testatrix) and Henry Jolly (Cousin of testatrix)

AGREEMENT  M1021  29 Mar 1828

Former reference: AR 247

Contents:
Agreement to a lease for 74½ years, for building and the digging of brick earth and gravel. Francis Henchman, Esq., of Great Ormond Street and William George Daniel Tyssen, Esq., of Foley House, Maidstone, Kent; to Lawrence Jopson Marshall, Esq., of Upper Clapton.
Property: 20 acres of land, incl. 7 acre Gravel Pit Field, on the east side of Upper Clapton Road, and two 6-acre fields on the west side of Ducketts Lane, Upper Clapton, Cites also lease of 1 Apr 1824, WGDT to Francis Henchman.
Plan

APPOINTMENT OF A SELECT VESTRY FOR WEST HACKNEY CHURCH  M1022  22 Mar 1825

Former reference: AR 248

Contents:
26 members, including the Rector (Rev. George Paroissien) and the Curate (William Ouchterlony) Lay members: Randolph Blanchenhagen, Frederick Bode, George Burton, James Day, John Day, Thomas Edwards, Charles Haylock, George Samuel Heales, William Power Hicks, John Ingle, Thomas Law, James Lee, Edward Leslie, John Linton, John Francis Menet, James Newman, Samuel Pears, William Hilton Price, William Rhodes, David Henry Stable, Samuel Thackeray, Thomas Warburton, John Williams and Charles Mason Woodyer.

FACULTY FOR RE-CASTING THE BELLS OF ST. JOHN-AT-HACKNEY  M1023  26 Nov 1743

Former reference: AR 249

Contents:
Churchwardens: Henry Cock, Richard Speed.

RELEASE  M1024  17 Apr 1828

Former reference: AR 250

Contents:
Richard Norris, Esq., of Walton near Hertford, Thomas Sumpter, Esq., of Thornhaugh Street, Bedford Square, Lydia Norris, Widow, of Connaught Square, and Rev. Josias Torriano, of Stansted; to Rev. Charles Norman and Helen Harness Seringa Norman, his wife.
Property: part of Gravel Pit Field, Hackney.
[1 acre]

DEED OF GIFT  M1025  20 Feb 1669

Former reference: AR 251

Contents:
Deed of Gift of jewels and plate in trust. Dame Dorothy Dicer, Widow, of Hackney, and Robert Huntington, Esq., of Stanton Hare Court, Oxon; to Edmond Rolfe, Citizen and Goldsmith of London, and Matthew Collett, Citizen and Haberdasher of London.

DRAFT AGREEMENT  M1026  1865

Former reference: AR 252

Contents:
Draft agreement for Sale of Land Copyhold of the Manor of Kingshold. Thomas Glover Kensit, Gentleman, of Skinners Hall, city (agent for Francis Norman, Esq., of Tunbridge Wells, and William Brooks, Esq., of Mistley, Essex) to Charles Frederick Adams, agent for Great Eastern Railway Co.
Property: as M1024 (Gravel Pit Field is near Pitwell Field)

ABSTRACT OF TITLE  M1027  [c. 1868]

Former reference: AR 253

Contents:
Abstract of Title of Francis Norman and William Brooks (draft)
Property: as M1024

DEED OF COVENANT  M1028  1869

Former reference: AR 254

Contents:
Covenant to produce deeds, Rev. Josias Torriano, of Lind Terrace, Isle of Wight, William Harcourt Torriano, Esq., of Lincolns Inn, Francis Norman, Esq., of Tunbridge Wells, and William Brooks, Esq., of Mistley, Essex; to the Great Eastern Railway Company (draft)
Property: as M1024

CONVEYANCE  M1029  1869

Former reference: AR 255

Contents:
Rev. Josias Torriano, Esq., of Lind Terrace, Isle of Wight, William Harcourt, Esq., of Lincolns Inn, Francis Norman, Esq., of Tunbridge Wells, and William Brooks, Esq., of Mistley, Essex; to The Great Eastern Railway Company (draft)
Property: as M1024

AGREEMENT  M1030  19 May 1869

Former reference: AR 256

Contents:
Agreement for the sale of copyhold land. Thomas Glover Kensit, of Skinners Hall, City (agent for Francis Norman, Esq., of Tunbridge Wells, and William Brooks, Esq., of Mistley, Essex); to Charles Frederick Adams, 27 Coleman Street, Agent for the Great Eastern Railway.
[Gravel Fit Field, Hackney]

MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT  M1031  May 1869

Former reference: AR 256(a)

Contents:
Memorandum of Agreement of 19 May 1869 for the sale of copyhold land, Thomas Glover Kensit, of Skinners Hall, City (agent for Francis Norman, Esq., of Tunbridge Wells, and William Brooks, Esq., of Mistley, Essex); to Charles Frederick Adams, 27 Coleman Street, Agent for the Great Eastern Railway Company.
[Gravel Pit Field, Hackney]

SOLICITOR'S QUESTIONS  M1032  [1869]

Former reference: AR 257

Contents:
About title to the land, with answers.
Names mentioned include Thomas Sumpter, V.M. Torriano, Francis Norman, Richard Norris,- Wilkinson.
[?Gravel Pit Field, Hackney]

CORRESPONDENCE concerning transactions in M1026 - M1032  M1033  c. 1828-1874

Former reference: AR 258

Contents:
Names mentioned include Helen Harness Seringa Norris, Thomas Glover Kensit, Rev. C. Norman, Caroline Norris Torriano, Vicesimus McGie Torriano, Josias Torriano, William Harcourt Torriano, Francis Norman, William Brooks, Charles Frederick Adams, George Kensit, etc.

SAINT LEONARD SHOREDITCH. Church  M1034  ND

Contents:
Extracts from Minutes of Society of Antiquaries on Lethieullier's Survey of the old church before demolition in 1736.
IN ELLIS - History....of SLS.
B 4190 [own copy]

LEASE  M1036  22 Sep 1863

Source of acquisition: C.R.O. I.o.W.


Contents:
For 99 years.
Catherine Massie, Thomas White and William Hodson to William Allpress and Anderson Onyett.
Nos. 32 and 34 Norfolk Road, Dalston
Plan

MORTGAGE  M1037  7 Dec 1863

Source of acquisition: C.R.O. I.o.W.


Contents:
William Allpress and Anderson Onyett to William Hodson.
Nos 28, 30 32 and 34 Norfolk Road, Dalston

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1038  5 Sep 1867

Source of acquisition: C.R.O. I.o.W.


Contents:
Thomas Toleman to George Creamer.
No 32 Norfolk Road, Dalston.

MORTGAGE  M1039  17 Sep 1867

Source of acquisition: C.R.O. I.o.W.


Contents:
George Creamer to the New Mutual Permanent Building Society.
No 32 Norfolk Road, Dalston.
Endorsed: note of discharge

COPY ORDER IN COUNCIL  M1035  27 Aug 1842

Contents:
Scheme to disannexe the Rectory of St Leonard, Shoreditch (except the patronage) from the Archdeaconary of London, and to vest it in the Ecclesiastical Commissioners.
In Ellis, History of Shoreditch, B1490
(Facing p.12)

CONVEYANCE (Copy of Court Roll)  M1040  16 May 1838

Contents:
Surrender of Daniel Lay Jr. and admission of William Abbot.
Land between Morning Lane and Fox's Lane with messuages including Bucks Buildings, and Nos. 1, 2 and 3
Pleasant Row (Kingshold)

LEASE for 98¼ years  M1041  27 Mar 1818

Source of acquisition: T. Hamlets Lib. 1973


Contents:
The trustees of Richard Mansel Philipps and Caroline his wife to George Arnold.
Nos 60, 61 and 62 North Street, Hackney.
Plan

ABSTRACT OF TITLE  M1042  c 1799

Source of acquisition: T. Hamlets Lib. 1973


Contents:
Title of Jonathan Baker to a messuage in Holywell Street near Three Cup Alley, formerly three cottages (Manor of Stepney)

COPY OF COURT ROLL  M1043  9 Apr 1686

Former reference: AR 259

Contents:
(Lordshold) recording a presentment of encroachments onto the land of John Webb on the north and south of the river, in Slowe Meadow.

CONVEYANCE (Copy of Court Roll)  M1044(i-ii)  13 Dec 1686

Former reference: AR 260-261

Contents:
Surrender of Edward Webb and George Webb (on 9 Feb 1684) and admission of John Webb (who then surrenders all his property in the Manor to uses to be specified in his will)
Two-thirds of Slowe Meadow, Stamford Hill (Lordshold)

SETTLEMENT (Copy of Court Roll)  M1045  16 Dec 1567

Former reference: AR 262

Contents:
Surrender of John Machell to the use of his wife Johanna for life and then to be heirs of John.
A former brewhouse and a dwelling house in Humberton Street with outbuildings, gardens and lands; and a messuage in Humberton Street [Homerton] Manor of Stepney.

SETTLEMENT (Recovery - Copy of Court Roll)  M1046  9 May 1664

Former reference: AR 263

Contents:
Henry Rowe and John Webb to uses specified in the will of John Webb.
Slowe Meadow (a close) near Stamford Hill and all John Webb's property in the Manor of Lordshold.

LEASE for 62 years  M1047  30 Jan 1822

Former reference: AR 264; (B.R.A. 833)

Contents:
Thomas and William Rhodes to James Silverthorne.
Eight messuage on the east side of Roseberry Place, Dalston.
Plan

LEASE for 19½ years  M1048  13 Apr 1840

Former reference: AR 265; (B.R.A. 833)

Contents:
Thomas and William Rhodes to John Frazer.
"The Grange" (capital messuage), Lamb Farm, Hackney
Schedule of fixtures

LEASE for 37 years  M1049  21 Jan 1792

Former reference: AR 266; (B.R.A. 833)

Contents:
John Ball to John Musgrove
Ten messuage with sheds in Homerton.
Endorsed: Agreement for John Musgrove to pull down two messuages and erect three, 15 Aug 1792

LEASE for 60 years  M1050  30 June 1809

Former reference: AR 267; (B.R.A. 833)

Contents:
Thomas and William Rhodes and Richard Sheldrick to Sarah Goff.
No. 7 Durham Place, Dalston Road, (with grounds).
Plan

LEASE for 63 years  M1051  3 June 1822

Former reference: AR 269; (B.R.A. 833)

Contents:
William George Daniel Tyssen to John Brooks.
Land (in Hackney) on the east of the road from Kingsland to Stoke Newington, next to a brickfield.
Plan

MORTGAGE: Assignment of interest  M1052  3 Feb 1870

Former reference: AR 270; (B.R.A. 833)

Contents:
Henry Thomas Dudley Carew to Edwin Force.
The mortgagor's interest in leasehold houses in Dalston, property of his deceased maternal grandfather John Rogers, and an insurance policy on the mortgagor's life.
Endorsed: Note of discharge, 29 July 1871

MORTGAGE: (Limitation and appointment)  M1053  14 Aug 1732

Former reference: AR 271; (B.R.A. 833)

Contents:
Jane Cooke directs her trustee William Sutton to mortgage property to Edward Webbe
Messuages and lands in Clapton, Homerton and Upper Homerton (copyhold), bequeathed by Elizabeth Foster, Lordshold manor.

CONVEYANCE OF PARTNERSHIP  M1054  3 Mar 1763

Former reference: AR 273; (B.R.A. 833)

Contents:
Jane Gough and Richard Wilkinson to Robert Titchbourne.
The share of Francis Gough deceased in his partnership with Robert Titchbourne as mercers in Lawrence Lane, London.

LEASE for 31 years  M1055  14 Nov 1758

Former reference: AR 274; (B.R.A. 833)

Contents:
Thomas Wilson to John Howard.
Ten messuage in Homerton, near the chapel.
Endorsed: Agreement concerning land tax, and a slip of ground owned by John Cox used as a yard.
Plan

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1056  13 Dec 1865

Former reference: AR 277; (B.R.A. 898)

Contents:
Joseph Oldham to Reuben Button.
The properties in M1057.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1057  12 Dec 1811

Former reference: AR 278; (B.R.A. 898)

Contents:
Thomas King and Edward Smith to Robert Elliott (to rectify an error in an earlier deed)
The property in M1080, and a plot of ground on the west of the Kings Highway in Stamford Hill, Hackney and the east of a public footpath from Stamford Hill to Hornsey, with a messuage.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1058  13 Dec 1814

Former reference: AR 279; (B.R.A. 898)

Contents:
Robert Elliot and Edward Smith to Thomas King.
The property in M1057 No "nauseous of offensive" trade to be carried out on the premises.

COUNTERPART of M1057  M1059  [n.d.]

Former reference: AR 280; (B.R.A. 898)

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1060  12 July 1813

Former reference: AR 281; (B.R.A. 898)

Contents:
Thomas Lumley with Edward Smith and other mortgagees to Thomas King.
The rents and reversion of the property in M1057.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1061  14 Dec 1814

Former reference: AR 282; (B.R.A. 898)

Contents:
Robert Elliot and Edward Smith to William Walker.
Rent of the property in M1057

COUNTERPART OF M1958  M1062  1814

Former reference: AR 283; (B.R.A. 898)

ASSIGNMENT OF RENTS  M1063  17 Jan 1815

Former reference: AR 284; (B.R.A. 898)

Contents:
William Walker to Thomas King.
The rents of the property in M1057.

COVENANT TO PRODUCE DEEDS  M1064  15 Dec 1814

Former reference: AR 285; (B.R.A. 898)

Contents:
Thomas King to William Walker.
Covenant to produce deeds to the property in M1057.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1065  16 Nov 1822

Former reference: AR 286; (B.R.A. 898)

Contents:
Thomas King to Joseph Oldham.
The property in M1057.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1066  1839

Former reference: AR 287; (B.R.A. 864)

Contents:
William Fraser (executor of Thomas Fraser) to Richards Hopkins.
The property in M1070.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1067  13 Nov 1834

Former reference: AR 288; (B.R.A. 864)

Contents:
George Watson to Thomas Fraser.
The property in M1070.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1068  18 Sep 1829

Former reference: AR 289; (B.R.A. 864)

Contents:
Daniel Goffand George Dennes to George Watson.
The property in M1070

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1069  3 July 1828

Former reference: AR 290; (B.R.A. 864)

Contents:
Executors of Margaret Yea to Daniel Goff.
The property in M1070

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1070  30 Aug 1825

Former reference: AR 291; (B.R.A. 864)

Contents:
Devisees of Richard Meeson to Margaret Yea.
The property in M1071 and M1072.

LEASE for 55¾ years  M1071  5 Oct 1811

Former reference: AR 292

Contents:
Charles Humphreys to Richard Meeson.
A piece of ground on the east of the turnpike from Stoke Newington to Stamford Hill Turnpike, south of the property in M1072.

LEASE for 60 years  M1072  9 Mar 1808

Contents:
Charles Thomas Cracklow to Richard Meeson.
No. 5 The Retreat [Monckton Cottage, Grove Lane, Stamford Hill] east of the turnpike from Stoke Newington to Stamford Hill Turnpike, Hackney; land and intended messuage.
Plan and intended elevation
Endorsed LEASE for 55¾ years
Charles Humphreys (trustee) and Charles Thomas Cracklow to Richard Meason.
The two plots to the east and west of the one described above.

COPY LETTER OF ATTORNEY  M1073  1 Sep 1837

Former reference: AR 293; (B.R.A. 864)

Contents:
William Fraser appoints George Rainy and Charles Stewart Parker his attorneys in the management of his property and the execution of the will of his brother Thomas Fraser.

ABSTRACT OF TITLE  M1074  1808 - 1834

Former reference: AR 294; (B.R.A. 864)

Contents:
Of William Fraser to Monckton Cottage, Grove Lane (the property in M1071 - M1072)

EXTRACT FROM THE WILL  M1075  16 Jan 1836

Former reference: AR 297; (B.R.A. 864)

Contents:
Of Thomas Fraser, nominating his brother William executor, dated 1 September 1834, proved 16 Jan 1836.

MORTGAGE  M1076  30 May 1826

Former reference: AR 296; (B.R.A. 864)

Contents:
Mary Watlin to Richard Northey Hopkins and Augustus Northey (trustee)
An annuity due under the will of William Northey.
[Relates to Monckton Cottage].

INVENTORY OF FIXTURES  M1077  c. 1839

Former reference: AR 299; (B.R.A. 864)

Contents:
At Monckton Cottage, Stamford Hill, (occupier, William Pottell)

LETTER  M1078  22 Dec 1838

Former reference: AR 300; (B.R.A. 864)

Contents:
King & Whitaker to Captain [?Lt. Gen] Hopkins concerning M1066.

LETTER  M1079  23 Mar 1838

Former reference: AR 301; (B.R.A. 864)

Contents:
King & Whitaker to Bray Warren & Harding, concerning M1066.

LEASE for 89 years  M1080  22 June 1813

Former reference: AR 298; (B.R.A. 898)

Contents:
John Lateward to Edward Smith.
A plot of ground on the west of Stamford Hill in Stoke Newington or Hackney, on the west side of the London - Tottenham Turnpike, with messuages.
Plan (land only)

LEASE for 15¾ years  M1081  28 June 1875

Former reference: AR 303; (B.R.A. 898)

Contents:
George Edward Morris to James Bunker.
Rooms in 64 Greenwood Road, Dalston (shop), part of Spurstowe's Charity estate.

LEASE for 40 years  M1082  30 June 1876

Former reference: AR 304; (BRA 898)

Contents:
William Evans Garstin and mortgagees to Samuel George Jones.
No. 386 Kingsland Road (messuage and shop) with rights of access (new road).
Plan

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1083  9 Aug 1900

Former reference: AR 305; (B.R.A. 898)

Contents:
William Parker and Penskins Watford Brewery Ltd., to Elizabeth Cheesley.
The North London Stores, (dwellinghouse and shop), 164 Stoke Newington Road, with rights of access and goodwill. (Ground owned by Iron mongers Company).

PROBATE COPY OF WILL  M1084  20 July 1818

Former reference: AR 275; (B.R.A. 833)

Contents:
Of Alban Creaton, Citizen and carpenter, of London, of Great Tower Street, and of Jerusalem Square, Church Street, Hackney. Will Probate missing
His copyhold house in Jerusalem Square to his wife Mary; the house at the back of it to the use of his daughters Catherine and Mary Elizabeth; his other copyhold property in Lordshold to the use of his wife and daughters and their heirs; No. 58 Great Tower Street to his son James Albon; his estates in Middlesex, Essex and London to be sold, the proceeds to his wife, his daughters and sons James Albon, Thomas Parslow and Charles.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1085  10 Mar 1898

Former reference: AR 307; (B.R.A. 898)

Contents:
Ambrose Caley and Benskins Watford Brewery to George Myles.
The George IV P.H. Brunswick Street, Shoreditch, with goodwill.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1086  20 Oct 1898

Former reference: AR 314; (B.R.A. 898)

Contents:
Christina Myles and Benskins Watford Brewery to Ambrose Caley.
The property in M1085.

AGREEMENT TO DELIVER DEEDS  M1087  22 Sep 1789

Former reference: AR 308a; (B.R.A. 898)


Related information: (see M1088)

Contents:
Thomas Watkinson and Elizabeth (Longuet) his wife authorise William Phillip [their trustee] to deliver the deeds of the Two Black Boys Alehouse, Well Street Hackney, to Francis Jefferie.

BOND in £500  M1088  23 Sep 1789

Former reference: AR 308; (B.R.A. 898)

Contents:
Thomas Watkinson and Francis Jefferie bound to William Phillips to indemnify him against claims arising from the assignment of a lease.
The Two Black Boys Alehouse, Well Street, Hackney, with outbuildings, grounds and use of pond.

LEASE for 58 years  M1089  16 May 1845

Former reference: AR 309; (B.R.A. 898)

Contents:
John Robert Daniel Tyssen to Eleanor Lambert.
A messuage and a shop for making tobacco pipes on the east of Kingsland High Street.
Plan
Endorsed: ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE 14 May 1851
Eleanor Lambert to William Dalton.
The above premises.

LEASE for 21 years  M1090  12 Aug 1853

Former reference: AR 310; (B.R.A. 898)

Contents:
William Dalton and J.R.D. Tyssen to Edward Lulham.
The messuage and out buildings (excluding the shop) in M1089.

LEASE for 11 years  M1091  20 Dec 1860

Former reference: AR 311; (B.R.A. 898)

Contents:
William Dalton to Samuel Lambert.
The shop for tobacco pipe making, with yard, mentioned in M1089.
Endorsed: Surrender of the lease 2 April 1868

COUNTERPART of M1091  M1092  [n.d.]

Former reference: AR 315; (B.R.A. 898)

Contents:
(Without surrender)

SURRENDER OF LEASE  M1093  8 Apr 1868

Former reference: AR 312; (B.R.A. 898)

Contents:
Edward Lulham to William Dalton.
Surrender of the lease in M1090.

LEASE for 33½ years  M1094  9 Apr 1868

Former reference: AR 313; (B.R.A. 898)

Contents:
William Dalton and Chester Cheston to Edward Lulham.
The property in M1089 - 1093.

LEASE for 14 years  M1095  9 July 1877

Former reference: AR 316; (B.R.A. 898)

Contents:
William Thomas Dennis and John Letts to Augustine Gaviller.
Chelsham Villa, Upper Clapton [48, The Common]

STATEMENTS OF RENTS (5) and LETTERS (4)  M1096-M1104  1882 - 1886

Former reference: AR 328; (B.R.A. 898)

Contents:
Concerning rents collected on behalf of M.T. Dennis (trustee).
48 The Common, Upper Clapton (A. Gaviller) and 116 Camberwell Road.

LETTERS (5)  M1105-M1109  1885 - 1887

Former reference: AR 329; (B.R.A. 898)

Contents:
Concerning the lease by W.T. Dennis (trustee) to Augustine Gaviller (insurance, rent, repairs, renewal of lease).
[Chelsham Villa, 48 The common, Upper Clapton].

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1110  2 Sep 1904

Former reference: AR 317; (B.R.A. 898)

Contents:
Leonard Mankertz to Jacob Frederick Knapp.
No. 182 Chatsworth Road, Lower Clapton (messuage and baker's shop), part of the Clapton Park Estate.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1111  9 Feb 1906

Former reference: AR 318; (B.R.A. 898)

Contents:
Jacob Frederick Knapp to Peter Joseph Jung.
The property in M1110.

LEASE for 3 years  M1112  11 Mar 1907

Former reference: AR 319; (B.R.A. 898)

Contents:
The Rev. John Davies to George James William Birchall.
No. 138 Englefield Road, De Beauvoir Town.

WILL AND PROBATE  M1113  9 Oct 1838 - 10 July 1840

Former reference: AR 323; (B.R.A. 898)

Contents:
George Newton, Gentleman, of Shacklewell Lane bequeathes his leasehold messuage in Shacklewell Lane and all his other property to his wife Teresa, who is appointed executrix.

REVOCATION AND RE-APPOINTMENT OF TRUST  M1114  31 July 1840

Former reference: AR 323; (B.R.A. 898)

Contents:
Teresa, Widow of George Newton, revokes a trust deed between George Newton and Richard Butler and assigns to Richard Butler £145 owed to him and £500 due to him under the trust. He is to retain £765 in trust for her.

LEASE for 21 years  M1115  29 Apr 1837

Former reference: AR 321; (B.R.A. 898)

Contents:
William Dennis to Charles Coles Jr.
A messuage and garden in Upper Clapton, bounded by a private road of Samuel Tyssen (the ground landlord) next to the Common, and by Spring Lane [probably Spring Hill]
Schedule of fixtures.

LEASE for 21 years  M1116  25 July 1854

Former reference: AR 322

Contents:
William Dennis to William Herbert Mullens.
Property in Upper Clapton, next to the common.
(Top of document cut away).

BOND in £1000  M1117  30 June 1841

Former reference: AR 327; (B.R.A. 898)

Contents:
Elisha Thomas Archer, Thomas Joseph Taverner and William Sowter bound to William Heath to erect at least 40 houses on his land (Barclay House to be demolished) on Sheep Lane, the Regent's Canal and elsewhere, Cambridge Heath.

SALE PARTICULARS  M1118i-ii  5 May 1858

Former reference: AR 326; (B.R.A. 898)

Contents:
Further portion of the Cambridge Heath Estate of the late William Heath.
Ground rents of Heath House and Nos. 1 - 5 and 7 Elm Terrace, Andrews Road; Nos. 1,3,9,11,17,19,27 and 29, and 2,4,10,12,18,20,28 and 30, and building land, Ash Grave; Barclay Place, Sheep Lane (11 houses and Prince of Wales P.H.) Lessee of Heath House, a public charitable institution; lessee of the rest, Mrs. Ann Taverner.
Plan

LEASE for 85 years (from 1841)  M1119  19 Mar 1859

Former reference: AR 324; (B.R.A. 898)

Contents:
Charles James Heath, the Rev. Edward Smith Bryce and John Collier, and Elisha Thomas Archer and Mary Ann Taverner, to Thomas Brevetor Jr.
Nos. 9, 10, and 11, The Terrace, Ash Grove, Cambridge Heath (with grounds).
Plan

WRIT OF POSSESSION  M1120  6 Jan 1840

Former reference: AR 331; (B.R.A. 898)

Contents:
William Heath is granted possession of Barclay House, Cambridge Heath (fronting the Regent's Canal) after non-payment of rent by John Wilson.

DRAFT SECURITY for a loan  M1121  Sep 1843

Former reference: AR 332; (B.R.A. 898)

Contents:
[William] Heath guarantees the repayment of £254 19s with interest, loaned to his son S. H. Heath by Ann Tozer.

WILL AND PROBATE  M1122  16 Sep 1896 - 31 Mar 1900

Former reference: AR 325; (B.R.A. 898)

Contents:
Robert Rolfe of 15, Bishop Road, South Hackney and 13, Chatsworth Road, Claptor Park, butcher, bequeathes to his son Edwin his lease of 13 Chatsworth Road and his horse, van, butcher's utensils and stock in trade. Other bequests to his children Eliza Ann Barnard, Emily Louise Rolfe, George Rolfe, Arthur Rolfe and Charles Rolfe.
George and Edwin appointed executors.

MORTGAGE  M1123  1912

Former reference: AR 330; (B.R.A. 898)

Contents:
William Ernest Feldheim to Harry Moerser.
The contents of the mortgagor's house in Minslade Road, Upper Clapton. Deed not executed (?draft)
Schedule of goods mortgaged.

LEASE for 21 years  M1124  20 Sep 1817

Former reference: AR 338; (B.R.A. 856)

Contents:
William George Tyssen to William Limbery Grosvenor.
A pice of ground (6 acres) next to building ground in Upper Clapton. Timber reserved.
Plan
Endorsed: ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE 24 June 1819
William Limbery Grosvenor to Nathaniel Chater.
The above property.

LEASE for 70 years  M1125  28 Jan 1822

Former reference: AR 337; (B.R.A. 856)

Contents:
Samuel Robinson to Hannah (widow of Nathaniel) Chater.
A strip of ground from the Upper Clapton - London Road to freehold property of Hannah Chater, along the north of her yard, garden and paddock.
Plan

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASES  M1126  19 July 1822

Former reference: AR 335; (B.R.A. 856)

Contents:
Hannah Chater to James Capel.
The properties in M1124 and M1125.

LEASE, AND APPOINTMENT AND RELEASE  M1127-M1128  18 - 19 July 1822

Former reference: AR 336; (B.R.A. 856)

Contents:
Hannah Chater and devisees of John Leathley (her father) to James Capel and trustee.
A messuage with outbuildings, gardens and "pleasure grounds" (formerly two closes, the property in M1132 - M1135) at Stamford Hill, Upper Clapton.

LEASE AND RELEASE  M1129-M1130  31 Dec 1824 - 1 Jan 1825

Former reference: AR 334, 333; (B.R.A. 856)

Contents:
James Capel and trustee to Philip Cazenove and trustee.
The property in M1128.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1131  1 Jan 1825

Former reference: AR 339; (B.R.A. 856)

Contents:
James Capel and Hannah Chater to Philip Cazenove.
The properties in M1124 and M1125.

LEASE AND RELEASE  M1132-M1133  25 - 26 Aug 1786

Former reference: AR 340, 342; (B.R.A. 856)

Contents:
Mary Burton and her children to John Middleton.
Two closes of pasture near Stamford Hill between Hedgers Lane and the Stamford Hill - Hackney road at Clapton. (Formerly sold under the Act relating to the South Sea Company).
Plan

LEASE AND RELEASE  M1134-M1135  10 - 11 July 1789

Former reference: AR 343, 341; (B.R.A. 856)

Contents:
John Middleton to John Leathley.
The property in M1133.

WILL AND PROBATE  M1136  8 Apr 1856 - 1 Aug 1860

Former reference: AR 345; (B.R.A. 898)

Contents:
George Gardner of Church Street, Stoke Newington, gentleman, bequeathes two leasehold messuages in Mortimer Place, Mortimer Road, Beauvoir Square, West Hackney to trustees to the use of his wife for life, then to be sold; the profits to his daughters Susannah Whittingham, Rosa Cloak and Harriet Wincop Johnson. Other bequests to his wife Sarah Suggett Gardner, his son George and his daughters.

LEASE for 81 years 22 Dec 1790  M1137  22 Dec 1790

Former reference: AR 347; (B.R.A. 928)

Contents:
Robert Vincent to Elizabeth Brooks.
The present "Fox" alehouse on the east of Kingsland Road, and the new building in front of it to which the sign and licence are to be transfered.
Plan

COUNTERPART OF M1137  M1138  [n.d.]

Former reference: AR 346; (B.R.A. 346)

WILL AND PROBATE  M1139  26 Jan 1809 - 5 Oct 1812

Former reference: AR 348; (B.R.A. 928)

Contents:
Elizabeth Blinkworth (formerly Brooks) bequeathes to trustees the leasehold property in M1137 and a messuage in Tottenham, the new Bell alehouse and a warehouse on the Bankside, St. Saviours, Southwark and messuages in Three Tun Court, Miles's Lane, London; Carden Street, Islington; and Upsdell's Row [Kingsland Road]; and personal estate, in trust for her daughters Elizabeth and Mary Brooks, her daughters and son-in-law Ann and John Hindle, and her son William Brooks.

ABSTRACT OF TITLE  M1140  1930

Former reference: AR 353; (B.R.A. 951)

Contents:
Title of the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce to Nos. 1 - 22 Stones Buildings, Southwold Road; Nos. 1 - 30 William Terrace, Theydon Road; and Nos. 1 - 24, Francis Terrace, Mundford Road (reciting marriage settlement of W.A. Tyssen Amherst and Margaret S. Mitford, 1856, and conveyance to the Society in 1889).
Plan

CHARTER OF INCORPORATION and BYELAWS  M1141  1927

Former reference: AR 350; (B.R.A. 951)

Contents:
Of the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce.
Includes power to alienate property.

ROYAL SOCIETY OF ARTS JOURNAL  M1142-M1143  31 Jan 1908 - 4 July 1930

Former reference: AR 351, 352; (B.R.A. 951)

Contents:
Recording the grant of the prefix "Royal" (1908) and the decision to sell the freehold of the Clapton property in M1140 (1930).

LEASE for 99 years  M1144  3 Aug 1886

Former reference: AR 365; (B.R.A. 951)

Contents:
William Amhurst Tyssen to James Stone.
No. 1 (House and shop) and Nos. 2, 3, and 4 Stones Buildings, Southwold Load, (northside) Clapton.

COUNTERPART of M1144  M1145  3 Aug 1886

Former reference: AR 366; (B.R.A. 951)

LEASE for 99 years  M1146  3 Aug 1886

Former reference: AR 367; (B.R.A. 951)

Contents:
W. A. T. Amherst to James Stone.
Nos. 6, 7, 8 and 9 Stones Buildings, Southwold Road.
Plan

COUNTERPART of M1146  M1147  3 Aug 1886

Former reference: AR 368; (B.R.A. 951)

LEASE for 99 years  M1148  3 Aug 1886

Former reference: AR 369; (B.R.A. 951)

Contents:
W. A. T. Amherst to James Stone.
Nos. 10, 11, 12 and 13 Stones Buildings, Southwold Road.
Plan

COUNTERPART of M1148  M1149  3 Aug 1886

Former reference: AR 370; (B.R.A. 951)

LEASE for 99 years  M1150  3 Aug 1886

Former reference: AR 371; (B.R.A. 951)

Contents:
W. A. T. Amherst to James Stone.
Nos. 14, 15, 16 and 17 Stones Buildings, Southwold Road.
Plan

COUNTERPART of M1150  M1151  3 Aug 1886

Former reference: AR 372; (B.R.A. 951)

LEASE for 99 years  M1152  3 Aug 1886

Former reference: AR 373; (B.R.A. 951)

Contents:
W. A. T. Amherst to James Stone.
No. 22 (messuage and shop) and Nos. 18, 19, 20 and 21 Stones Building, Southwold Road.
Plan

COUNTERPART of M1152  M1153  3 Aug 1886

Former reference: AR 374; (B.R.A. 951)

MORTGAGE  M1154  4 Aug 1886

Former reference: AR 375; (B.R.A. 951)

Contents:
James Stone to Francis George Bury and Henry Entwisle Bury.
Nos. 1- 22 Stones Buildings, Southwold Road, Clapton.

LEASE for 99 years  M1155  15 Sep 1886

Former reference: AR 376; (B.R.A. 951)

Contents:
William Amhurst Tyssen Amhurst to James Stone.
Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 William Terrace, Theydon Road (eastside), Clapton.
Plan

COUNTERPART of M1155  M1156  15 Sep 1886

Former reference: AR 377; (B.R.A. 951)

LEASE for 99 years  M1157  15 Sep 1886

Former reference: AR 378; (B.R.A. 951)

Contents:
W. A. T. Amherst to James Stone.
Nos. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 William Terrace, Theydon Road, Clapton.
Plan

COUNTERPART of M1157  M1158  15 Sep 1886

Former reference: AR 379; (B.R.A. 951)

LEASE for 99 years  M1159  15 Sep 1886

Former reference: AR 380; (B.R.A. 951)

Contents:
W. A. T. Amherst to James Stone.
Nos. 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18 William Terrace, Theydon Road.
Plan

COUNTERPART of M1159  M1160  15 Sep 1886

Former reference: AR 381; (B.R.A. 951)

LEASE for 99 years  M1161  15 Sep 1886

Former reference: AR 382; (B.R.A. 951)

Contents:
W. A. T. Amherst to James Stone.
Nos. 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 and 24 William Terrace, Theydon Road.
Plan

COUNTERPART of M1161  M1162  15 Sep 1886

Former reference: AR 383; (B.R.A. 951)

LEASE for 99 years  M1163  15 Sep 1886

Former reference: AR 401; (B.R.A. 951)

Contents:
W. A. T. Amberst to James Stone.
Nos. 25,26,27,28,29 and 30 William Terrace, Theydon Road.
Plan.

COUNTERPART of M1163  M1164  15 Sep 1886

Former reference: AR 384; (B.R.A. 951)

MORTGAGE  M1165  16 Sep 1886

Former reference: AR 385; (B.R.A. 951)

Contents:
James Stone to the Rev. J. D. Kelly, Henry Entwisle Bury and Arthur James Kelly.
Nos. 1 - 30 William Terrace, Theydon Road.
Endorsed: ASSIGNMENT OF MORTGAGE 11 Nov 1897
The above mortgage assigned to The Rev. J. D. Kelly, Henry Entwisle Bury and Charles E. M. Kelly.

LEASE for 99 years  M1166  23 June 1887

Former reference: AR 386; (B.R.A. 951)

Contents:
William Amhurst Tyssen Amherst to James Stone.
Nos. 1,2,3 and 4 Francis Terrace, Mundford Road (west side), Clapton.
Plan.

COUNTERPART of M1166  M1167  [n.d.]

Former reference: AR 387; (B.R.A. 951)

LEASE for 99 years  M1169  23 June 1887

Former reference: AR 388; (B.R.A. 951)

Contents:
W. A. F. Amherst to James Stone.
Nos. 5,6,7 and 8 Francis Terrace, Mundford Road.
Plan

COUNTERPART of M1168  M1169  23 June 1887

Former reference: AR 389; (B.R.A. 951)

LEASE for 99 years  M1170  23 June 1887

Former reference: AR 390; (B.R.A. 951)

Contents:
W. A. T. Amherst to James Stone.
Nos. 9,10,11 and 12 Francis Terrace, Mundford Road.
Plan.

COUNTERPART of M1170  M1171  23 June 1887

Former reference: AR 391; (B.R.A. 951)

LEASE for 99 years  M1172  23 June 1887

Former reference: AR 392; (B.R.A. 951)

Contents:
W. A. T. Amherst to James Stone.
Nos. 13,14,15,16,17 and 18 Francis Terrace, Mundford Road.
Plan

COUNTERPART of M1172  M1173  23 June 1887

Former reference: AR 393; (B.R.A. 951)

LEASE for 99 years  M1174  23 June 1887

Former reference: AR 394; (B.R.A. 951)

Contents:
W. A. T. Amherst to James Stone.
Nos. 19,20,21,22,23 and 24 Francis Terrace, Mundford Road.
Plan

COUNTERPART of M1174  M1175  23 June 1887

Former reference: AR 395; (B.R.A. 951)

MORTGAGE  M1176  24 June 1887

Former reference: AR 396; (B.R.A. 951)

Contents:
James Stone to Pauline Frances Townsend.
Nos. 1 - 24 Francis Terrace, Mundford Road.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASES  M1177  9 Sep 1887

Former reference: AR 397; (B.R.A. 951)

Contents:
James Stone to David Stevens.
Nos. 1 - 22 Stone Buildings, Southwold Road,
Nos. 1 - 30 William Terrace, Theydon Road and
Nos. 1 - 24 Francis Terrace, Mundford Road, Clapton.

SURRENDER OF MORTGAGE  M1178  11 January 1896

Former reference: AR 398; (B.R.A. 951)

Contents:
Pauline Douglas Townsend to David Stevens.
The mortgage in M1176.

MORTGAGE  M1179  13 Jan 1896

Former reference: AR 399; (B.R.A. 951)

Contents:
David Stevens to Pauline Douglas Townsend.
Nos. 1 - 12 Francis Terrace, Mundford Road.

MORTGAGE  M1180  13 Jan 1896

Former reference: AR 400; (B.R.A. 951)

Contents:
David Stevens to Charles Harrison Townsend.
Nos. 13 - 24 Francis Terrace, Mundford Road.

SECOND MORTGAGE  M1181  14 Jan 1896

Former reference: AR 364; (B.R.A. 951)

Contents:
David Stevens to Henry Entwisle Bury and Walter Wilfred Bury.
Nos. 1 - 24 Francis Terrace, Mundford Road, Nos. 1 - 22 Stones Buildings, Southwold Road, and Nos. 1 - 30 William Terrace, Theydon Road.

ASSIGNMENT OF MORTGAGE  M1182  8 June 1897

Former reference: AR 363; (B.R.A. 951)

Contents:
Francis George Bury and Henry Entwisle Bury to Lydia Rose Christie, Margaret Arnold and Edith M. Mozley (David Stevens, mortgagor).
The mortgage in M1154.

FURTHER MORTGAGE  M1183  8 June 1897

Former reference: AR 362; (B.R.A. 951)

Contents:
David Stevens to H. E. Bury and W. W. Bury.
The property in M1181.

SURRENDER OF MORTGAGE  M1184  11 Jan 1904

Former reference: AR 360; (B.R.A. 951)

Contents:
Charles Harrison Townsend to Nancy Pearce Stevens and Herbert John Stevens (executors of David Stevens).
The mortgage in M1180.

MORTGAGE  M1185  17 May 1904

Former reference: AR 361; (B.R.A. 951)

Contents:
Nancy P. Stevens, Herbert J. Stevens and sureties to H. E. Bury and W. W. Bury.
Nos. 13 - 24 Francis Terrace, Mundford Road.

SURRENDER OF MORTGAGES  M1186  6 Sep 1907

Former reference: AR 359; (B.R.A. 951)

Contents:
H. E. Bury and W. W. Bury to Nancy P. Stevens and Herbert J. Stevens (executors of David Stevens).
The mortgages in M1181 and M1183.

ASSIGNMENT OF MORTGAGES  M1187  16 Sep 1907

Former reference: AR 357; (B.R.A. 951)

Contents:
The various mortgages, Nancy P. Stevens and Herbert J. Stevens to John Byford.
The mortgages in M1165, M1179 and M1185.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1188  1 Jan 1921

Former reference: AR 355; (B.R.A. 951)

Contents:
Nancy P. Stevens to Florence Beatrice Stevens and Gertrude Evaline Stevens.
The lease in M1177, subject to mortgages. The properties are now numbered 61 - 103 (odd numbers) Southwold Road; 1 - 31 (odd and even numbers) Theydon Road; and 1 - 47 (odd numbers) Mundford Road.

DEED OF COVENANT  M1189  1 January 1921

Former reference: AR 356; (B.R.A. 951)

Contents:
Florence B. Stevens and Gertrude E. Stevens charge the property in M1188 with an annuity of £300 payable to Nancy P. Stevens for her life.

ABSTRACT OF TITLE  M1190  1930

Former reference: AR 354; (B.R.A. 951)

Contents:
The title of the Misses Stevens to the leasehold property in M1188.
Plan

SUPPLEMENTAL ABSTRACT OF TITLE  M1191  1930

Former reference: AR 358; (B.R.A. 951)

Contents:
As M1190.

GRANT OF CUSTODY OF A LUNATIC  M1192  27 July 1831

Former reference: AR 268; (B.R.A. 833)

Contents:
Letters patent revoking the grant of custody of Sir James Cregan Craufurd bart. (late of Charles Street, now of Belgrave Square) from his wife Maria Theresa, and granting the custody to Ltd. Col. Alexander Charles Craufurd. (Original inquisition taken at the house of Joseph Sparrow called the Mermaid, Hackney, 1827)

LEASE for 21 years  M1193  20 Dec 1792

Former reference: AR 272; (B.R.A. 854)

Contents:
Elizabeth Brooks to Richard Pooley.
The Fox alehouse in Kingsland Road.

LEASE for 23 years  M1194  9 Mar 1808

Former reference: AR 302; (B.R.A. 898)

Contents:
Robert Taylor to Isaac Goldham Campart.
A brick messuage "No. 1 at Dalton". [?Dalston Lane]
See also M288

CONVEYANCE (Copy of Court Roll)  M1195  19 Apr 1631

Former reference: AR 410

Contents:
Surrender of Sir John Catcher and admission of John Smyth.
One third part of a tenement and an adjoining cottage in Newington Street and two adjoining crofts (4 and 3 acres) and two crofts called Upperand Nether Cow Leases (further details), and of a croft of 7 roods. (Manor of Stepney).

CONVEYANCE (Copy of Court Roll)  M1196  9 Apr 1662

Former reference: AR 411; (B.R.A. 323)

Contents:
Admission of Elizabeth Lady Carteret, Ann Johnson, Mary Johnson and Sarah Johnson, daughters of Robert Johnson deceased (Thomas Hall, guardian).
A tenement and ten acres of land in the manor of Hackney [Homerton - see also M1198].

COPY OF COURT ROLL (presentment)  M1197  5 Apr 1689

Former reference: AR 417

Contents:
It is presented that William Tuncks and Katherine his wife may erect a railing in front of their house in Kingsland (with the consent of the Lord) without detriment to the manor (Lordshold).

CONVEYANCE (Copy of Court Roll)  M1198  26 June 1674

Former reference: AR 412; (B.R.A. 328)

Contents:
Surrender of Sir Edward de Garteret to the use of Deborah and Abraham Alvares, infants.
A messuage in Homerton Street [?the property in M1196]
See also M944, M1467 [Lordshold manor]

CONVEYANCE (Copy of Court Roll)  M1199  7 Dec 1674

Former reference: AR 413; (B.R.A. 328)

Contents:
Admission of Deborah and Abraham Alvares, infants (Isaac Alvares, their father and guardian).
The property in M1198.

CONVEYANCE (Copy of Court Roll)  M1200  11 Dec 1676

Former reference: AR 414; (B.R.A. 328)

Contents:
Surrender of Moses Jenkins and admission of Abraham and Deborah Alvares.
A wash-house, with a cellar below and two rooms above, in Homerton. (Manor of Hackney).

CONVEYANCE (Copy of Court Roll)  M1201  20 April 1682

Former reference: AR 415; (B.R.A. 328)

Contents:
Surrender of Edward Hill and admission of William Garston, who then surrenders the property to uses to be specified in his will.
A tenement with outbuildings and gardens in Homerton Street, and an adjoining close. (Manor of Hackney).

AGREEMENT TO CONVEY  M1203  19 Oct 1697

Former reference: AR 405; (B.R.A. 328)

Contents:
John Cooke, on behalf of Sir Thomas Cooke, William Atwell, Adrian Courtney and William Hamond, agrees to surrender one half part of a tenement in Homerton Street (formerly held by Deborah Alvares) to the uses of George Bonnett. (Lordshold)

APPOINTMENT OF GUARDIAN (Copy of Court Roll)  M1202  15 Jan 1684/5

Former reference: AR 416; (B.R.A. 328)

Contents:
Appointment of Sarah Alvares (widow) as guardian to her son Abraham in respect of his property in the manor [Homerton-Lordshold].

RECEIPT VOUCHER  M1204  14 Apr 1698

Former reference: AR 406; (B.R.A. 328)

Contents:
David and Deborah Alvares acknowledge receipt from George Bonnett of a year's rent and the purchase money for one half part of a house, garden, orchard, stable and wash-house in Homerton Street.

BOND IN £330  M1205  14 Apr 1698

Former reference: AR 404; (B.R.A. 328)

Contents:
David Alvares, Anthony Hammond and Anthony Rodrigues bound to George Bonnett.
Abraham Alvares went overseas and is presumed dead; David Alvares in right of his wife Deborah has claimed Abraham's half share in the property in M1198 - M1204, which has been sold to George Bonnett.
Alvares, Hammond and Rodrigues are bound to indemnify Bonett against any claims made on behalf of Abraham Alvares.

BOND IN £100  M1206  4 Aug 1725

Former reference: AR 403

Contents:
Richard Morris and Margaret his wife have conveyed to Knox Ward (with property called Moredown, Hackney) an eighth share of lands in Hackney Marsh (Lordshold Manor) and of a capital messuage with gardens, outbuildings etc. in Church Street, Hackney (Grumholds Manor), which were conveyed to them by William Marchant. They have retained two small parcels to enable them to continue as customary tenants of the manors. Manors Morris of her heirs are bound to convey these parcels to Knox Ward after the death of Richard.

TRANSFER OF STOCK  M1207  2 Mar 1809

Former reference: AR 407

Contents:
Henry Wright, administrator of the Rev. Robert Wright, transfers £200 capital stock in the East London Water Works to James Belloncle.

PROBATE (Will missing)  M1208  31 Oct 1810

Former reference: AR 409

Contents:
John Walker, formerly of Bethnal Green and late of Well Street, Hackney.
Executors: William Walker his son, the Rev. Francis Annesley and Edward Clarke.

ESTATE ACCOUNTS  M1209  Aug 1829 - Feb 1831

Former reference: AR 349; (B.R.A. 926)

Contents:
Messts. White & Borrett in account with Mrs. Robinson.
Rents etc. of three houses in Brook Place, one near the bridge and one in Church Street, all in Hackney.
At back of volume: Postage accounts of Messrs. White & Borrett, July 1826.

BOND IN £1338  M1210  7 Apr 1823

Former reference: AR 418

Contents:
Richard Mitchell, Elizabeth Snewin and William Henry Holmes are bound to pay John Bagwill £819 and interest under the terms of a mortgage of the same date [see M882].

ADMINISTRATION  M1211  29 Dec 1856

Former reference: AR 408

Contents:
George Newman of Elizabeth Street, Hackney Road, intestate. Administration granted to his sister Harriet Charlish.

LEGAL OPINION (Extract)  M1212  12 May 1798

Former reference: AR 419

Contents:
Mr. Serjeant Hill's opinion on the conveyance of William P. Hammond's copyhold's at Hackney.
Concerning a sale by trustees. [see also M936, 1213, 1236 and 1242]

LEGAL OPINION (copy)  M1213  8 Mar 1798

Former reference: AR 420

Contents:
Mr. Wightman's opinion on (Mr. Hammond's) title to copyhold lots nos. 1 and 3.
Concerning a sale by trustees under the will of Mrs. Elizabeth Hamond.

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT  M1214  15 Mar 1827

Former reference: AR 421

Contents:
John Whales to John Rumbal.
Agreement to assign a leasehold house on the south side of Wood Street, Clapton. (see M898-9)

LETTER  M1215  12 Aug 1839

Former reference: AR 422

Contents:
Henry Johnson to Sir Henry Rutherford.
Proposes a rent for the cottages, cowsheds and outbuildings in Conduit Lane on the west side of the road, Upper Clapton, occupied by Mrs. Susan Rumbal.

LETTER  M1216  9 Nov 1734

Former reference: AR 423

Contents:
Henry Cock to Mr. North.
At the request of Mr. Dorile the writer sends Mr. North particulars of the land at Cambridge Heath which he holds from Mr. Dorile: three acres in Hackney and seven in Stepney.

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT  M1217  21 Mar 1810

Former reference: AR 424

Contents:
When Joseph Tingey has built at least two messuage at Kingsland on the south side of Henry Street, William Richards will lease the property to him for 47 years.

MORTGAGE. (Bargain and Sale)  M1218  2 Dec 1638

Former reference: AR 556

Contents:
John Mun and Thomas Bowyer to Margaret Bowyer, widow (to secure £517 10s owed by John Mun to Margaret Bowyer).
"Poore Field" (eleven acres of pasture) in Hadkney and Stepney, at Cambridge Heath (further details).

RECEIPT VOUCHER  M1219  18 May 1640

Former reference: AR 425

Contents:
John Mun acknowledges receipt from Henry Rowe of £20, part of £520 purchase money for Poore Field, Cambridge Heath. Henry Rowe had received the money from John Jones, on whose behalf he bought the land. Henry Rowe is to have a lease of the land from John Jones.

CONVEYANCE (Bargain and Sale)  M1220  26 Sep 1640

Former reference: AR 554

Contents:
Thomas Bowyer (son of Margaret) to John Jones.
Poor Field, Cambridge Heath (the southern of two closes of that name), subject to a lease to Richard Rowe.

RECEIPT VOUCHER  M1221  26 Sep 1640

Former reference: AR 426

Contents:
Thomas Bowyer acknowledges receipt from John Jones of £500 purchase money for M1220.

CONVEYANCE (Bargain and Sale)  M1222  5 Mar 1661/62

Former reference: AR 428A

Contents:
James and Thomas Jones to George Hockenhull.
Poor Field, Cambridge Heath.

RECEIPT VOUCHER  M1223  5 Mar 1661/2

Former reference: AR 432

Contents:
James Jones acknowledges receipt from George Hockenhull of £600, the purchase money of M1222.

BOND IN £1000  M1224  6 Mar 1661/2

Former reference: AR 429

Contents:
James Jones is bound to George Hockenhull to observe covenants in M1222.

COVENANT FOR PAYMENT  M1225  6 Mar 1661/2

Former reference: AR 428

Contents:
George Hockenhull is to retain £200 of the purchase monëy from M1222 and pay the interest on it to Mary, widow of John Jones during her lifetime, and after her death to pay £203 to James Jones.

BOND in £400  M1226  6 Mar 1661/2

Former reference: AR 431

Contents:
George Hockenhull is bound to pay James Jones £203 provided that the Jones family levy a fine of the Poor Field to George Hockenhull.

COPY OF PARISH REGISTER ENTRIES  M1227  13 June 1663

Former reference: AR 430

Contents:
The registration of the baptism (1643) and burial (1663) of John son of James and Dorothy Jones.

RECEIPT VOUCHER  M1228  8 May 1664

Former reference: AR 437

Contents:
James Jones acknowledges receipt from George Hockenhull of £203 due under M1225.

RECEIPT VOUCHER  M1229  17 Feb 1665

Former reference: AR 427

Contents:
Receipt of the fee for licence for a "post fine" of [the Poor Field] between George Hockenhull and James and Thomas Jones (see M1226)

MORTGAGE (Lease for 1000 years)  M1230  8 Jan 1679/80

Former reference: AR 555

Contents:
George Hockenhull to John Chambers.
Poor Field, Cambridge Heath.
Endorsed: Assignment of the above mortgage to John Edmonson, 10 November 1682.

RECEIPT VOUCHER  M1231  8 Jan 1679/80

Former reference: AR 439

Contents:
George Hockenhull acknowledges receipt from John Chambers of £600 due under M1230.

BOND in £1200  M1232  8 Jan 1679/80

Former reference: AR 436

Contents:
George Hockenhull is bound to repay John Chambers £600 and interest under M1230.

ABSTRACT OF TITLE  M1233  1568 - 1679/80

Former reference: AR 433

Contents:
Of "Pores feidle".

RECEIPT VOUCHER  M1234  15 Nov 1682

Former reference: AR 435

Contents:
George Hockenhull acknowledges receipt of £135 from John Chambers, the price for the absolute purchase of Poor Field.

ASSIGNMENT OF BOND  M1235  15 Nov 1682

Former reference: AR 438

Contents:
John Hawkins is bound to George Hockenhull to observe covenants in a lease of [Poor Field]; George Hockenhull assigns this bond to John Chambers.

COPY APPOINTMENT OF RECEIVER  M1236  26 June 1810

Former reference: AR 434

Contents:
In the case of Christiana Cowland v. William Parker Hammond and others, Richard Williams is appointed to receive the profits of the estate in question. [see also M1212 etc.]

ACCOUNTS (Legal Expenses)  M1237  1797 - 1798

Former reference: AR 442

Contents:
Norris, Norris and March in account with C. Norris, in respect of obtaining vacant possesion of the Lodge, Grove Place, Hackney. (see also M1238 and M1246, M1364 - 5)

ACCOUNTS (LEGAL EXPENSES)  M1238  1798 - 1799

Former reference: AR 443

Contents:
Mr. March in account with Norris and Robinson concerning the sale (with the exeption of a roadway to Grove Place) of Lot 8, a copyhold field at Hackney formerly held by Mr. Hammond [Gravel Pit Field] to William Norris, Philip Norris and Mr. March; and concerning the ejectment of Dann from the Lodge [Grove Place].

RECEIPT VOUCHER  M1239  20 Mar 1799

Former reference: AR 538 (i)

Contents:
William Norris acknowledge receipt of a third share of the purchase price of (Gravel Pit Field) Hackney, from Mr. March.

SCHEDULE of title deeds  M1240  21 Mar 1830

Contents:
Deeds etc. of [Gravel Pit Field] at Hackney, c 1799.

LETTER  M1241  24 Aug 1833

Former reference: AR 535

Contents:
(Charles Norman and) H. H. Seringa Norman to Thomas Sumpter.
Concerning the purchase of the third part of the [Gravel Pit] field at Hackney, and Mr. March's proposal for valuation. Mention of executors and a possible Chancery suit. (also personal news).

LETTER  M1242  11 Sep 1833

Former reference: AR 536

Contents:
Christopher Dampier to Thomas Sumpter.
Arrangements for the sale by John March of his share in [Gravel Pit] field at Hackney.

ACCOUNTS (Legal Expenses)  M1243  1833

Former reference: AR 441

Contents:
Trustees of Mr. and Mrs. Norman's settlement in account with Jordan, Wartmaby and Dampier.
Concerning the purchase by the Trustees of Mr. March's third share of the [Gravel Pit] field at Hackney, they owning the other two-thirds.

NOTE CONCERNING SURRENDERS AND ADMISSIONS [KINGSHOLD]  M1244  Undated

Former reference: AR 544

Contents:
Helen Harness Seringa Norman was admitted as heiress of John Norris; [Trustees] were admitted on the surrender of the Rev. C. Norman and H. H. S. Norman his wife; Francis Norman to be admitted on the surrender of the Trustees; Francis Norman and William Brooks to be admitted on the surrender of Francis Norman.

ABSTRACT OF TITLE  M1245  1809 - 1863

Former reference: AR 440

Contents:
Title of Francis Norman and William Brooks (trustees) to the Gravel Pit Field, Kingshold Manor, Hackney (details of property).

NOTE OF ASSIGNMENT (Kingshold Manor Court)  M1246  1798-1855

Former reference: AR 444

Contents:
Assignment to William Norris of [the Gravel Pit Field] excepting a strip to be used as a road (to be fenced by William Norris and Richard Dann). See M1238.

LEASE for 21 years  M1247  25 Mar 1829

Former reference: AR 447

Contents:
Stacey Grimaldi, Ebenezer Fernie and the Rev. Francis A. Cox, by direction of Martha Hobson, to William Houghton Allen, on his surrendering a former lease.
A messuage and garden on the north west corner of the road from Kingsland to Shacklewell, formerly part of the Cock and Castle Field.
Endorsed: Assignment of the above lease to Thomas Greaves Barlow, 29 September 1836.

MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT  M1248  20 Dec 1845

Former reference: AR 448; (B.R.A. 898)

Contents:
James Flockhart assigns to Thomas Coleman and William Press his life assurance policies and his household goods at 7, Dalston Place, Dalston Lane as a settlement for his intended marriage with Elizabeth Press (trusts specified).

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASES  M1249  30 June 1843

Former reference: AR 462; (B.R.A. 984)

Contents:
Executors of William Parr to William Turner.
A messuage with grounds fronting the common at Upper Clapton.

PLANS  M1250 - M1257  c. 1841

Former reference: B.R.A. 833

Contents:
Eight plans of the intended site of Hemsworth Street, Hoxton, showing an infirmary, greenhouse, bakehouse, site of a former barn, a former cartway, Bartletts Garden, Wheelers Yard, Bradleys Rents, Hammond Square, Ivy Place and Whitmore Place. (Land owned by Robert Simpson and leased by Messrs. Peters).

PLANS  M1258 - M1262  c. 1852

Former reference: B.R.A. 833

Contents:
Plan (five copies) of the "King of Prussia" Public House and grounds (including skittle-ground), Bevenden Street, Hoxton.

PLAN  M1263  c. 1852

Former reference: B.R.A. 833

Contents:
Plan showing estates in Shoreditch (Scott, Clockmakers Co., Rhodes, Sturt, Wenlock Barn, etc.)
Endorsed "Plan of the Ambit of Mobbs pretended Estate". Area shown includes all properties in M1250 - 1278.

PLANS  M1264 - M1266  c. 1852

Former reference: B.R.A. 833

Contents:
Plan (three copies) of properties in Hoxton: Bevenden Street (Somerset Place), East Road (Dorset Crescent) and New North Road (Critchill Place), showing site of ["The King of Prussia"]

PLANS  M1267 - M1270  1852

Former reference: B.R.A. 833

Contents:
Plan (three copies) of properties in City Road, Catherine Street, Brunswick Place, Baches Street and adjacent streets, Hoxton. Covering note that some properties were leased by Humphrey Sturt to John Calvert, and that others were comprised in the action against Davison and others.

PLANS  M1271 - M1274  c. 1852

Former reference: B.R.A. 833

Contents:
Plan (three copies) of properties in New North Road, Bookham Street, Alma Street, Buckland Street, Nil Street and St. John's Road, and the "Sturt Arms" P.H., all in Hoxton. Covering note that the properties were leased to [?] Melts.

PLANS  M1275 - M1277  c. 1852

Former reference: B.R.A. 833

Contents:
Plan (two copies) showing the relative positions of the properties in M1258, M1264 - 1274, with covering note that they are comprised in three actions.
1" to 88 feet.

PLAN  M1278  1775

Former reference: B.R.A. 833

Contents:
Plan of brickfields in Hoxton (showing worked and unworked areas), owned by Humphrey Sturt Esq., and occupied by Mr. Scott. Surveyed by John Willcock, 1755. (Land shown on 1745 map as owned by Hervey Esq., and on M1273 as part of the Sturt Estate; now Bridport Place/Eagle Wharf area.)
1" to 2 chains.

CONVEYANCE (lease - Release missing)  M1279  11 Mar 1696/7

Former reference: AR 449; (B.R.A. 984)

Contents:
John Cooke, Nicholas Carey and Sir Thomas Cooke to Edward Sayer and John Harris.
The manor of Hackney, with appertenances in Hackney, Kingsland, Shacklewell, Newington/Hackney Street, Clapton, Church Street, Well Street, Humberton, Grove Street and Coniston/Meere Street; and the advowson of Hackney, Scotland Farm with 19 closes (details given), a large number of parcels of meadow and marshland (some details given), a cottage between Hackney Bridge and Stamford Hill with a close which was part of the waste ground, and a piece of waste ground at Shacklewell Green.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASES  M1280  17 Sep 1697

Former reference: AR 450; (B.R.A. 984)

Contents:
William Atwill, Adrian Courtney, William Hammond, Edward Sayer, John Harris, James Jeffes and Peter Courtney to Maximilian Westerne and Robert Westerne in trust for Francis Tyssen to attend the freehold.
The manor of Hackney with its appertenances, the advowson of Hackney, Jeremy's Ferry, the fishing of and islands in the River Lea, and messuages and lands (details given), but excluding Scotland Farm, some marshland, a capital messuage near Homerton and Clapton with lands and messuages, and properties near Cambridge Heath. Recites the descents of the leases, which were granted in 1632 and 1669.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE (not executed)  M1281  1871

Former reference: AR 451; (B.R.A. 984)

Contents:
John Ware and Edward Betteley (mortgagee) to Edmund Cogswell.
No. 6, Rectory Terrace, Amhurst Road. Document damaged and last portion missing.

LEASE for 51 years  M1282  6 July 1821

Former reference: AR 452; (B.R.A. 984)

Contents:
James Heygate to Henry Leroux.
Land and six cottages in Alderman's Walk, on the corner of a lane leading to Homerton Row.
Plan

LEASE for 51 years  M1283  3 May 1771

Former reference: AR 453; (B.R.A. 984)

Contents:
The governors of St. Thomas' Hospital to Joseph Spackman.
Westfield, in Mare Street, with adjoining cottages. Licence to build.

LEASE for 61 years  M1284  23 Dec 1775

Former reference: AR 455; (B.R.A. 984)

Contents:
Francis John Tyssen to Edward Smith.
A piece of land on the east side of the turnpike road from Kingsland to Stamford Hill, on which Edward Smith is to build one or more messuages.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1285  28 Sep 1776

Former reference: AR 454; (B.R.A. 984)

Contents:
Edward Smith to Richard Waring.
A messuage with garden, one of two built on the land in M1284.

CONVEYANCE (lease - release missing)  M1286  27 June 1780

Former reference: AR 456; (B.R.A. 984)

Contents:
Sir Thomas Hallifax to Sir Robert Carr and the Rev. John Lewis.
A capital messuage with outbuildings etc. and three closes in Homerton Street; other messuages and lands in Homerton Street, one messuage with outbuildings and grounds (including fish ponds) and an orchard and tenement, in the parish of Hackney; and land in Lawrence Meadow, Hackney Marshes.

MORTGAGE  M1287  23 Feb 1865

Former reference: AR 457; (B.R.A. 984)

Contents:
William Boutland to the City of London Mutual Benefit Building Society.
A lease (from the Trustees of the Charity of Sir John Cass) of 38 and 39 Rutland Road, South Hackney.
Endorsed: Discharge of the above mortgage, 3 Aug 1868.

LEASE for 21 years  M1288  1 May 1775

Former reference: AR 459; (B.R.A. 984)

Contents:
Thomas Wright to Lanoy Richard Coussmaker.
A messuage and garden in Homerton, excepting the stable, coachhouse and hayloft.
Schedule of fixtures.
Document damaged.

LEASE for 31 years  M1289  24 Jan 1832

Former reference: AR 461; (B.R.A. 984)

Contents:
James Heygate to William Christie.
Eagle House (messuage, outbuildings and grounds) in the parish of Hackney [Homerton].
Endorsed: Surrender of the above lease by the surviving executors of William Christie to Elizabeth Heygate, 27 April 1853.

COPY OF THE REGISTRATION OF PROBATE  M1290  2 Apr 1842

Former reference: AR 548

Contents:
Of the will of William Christie.

DECLARATION OF TRUST  M1291  12 June 1823

Former reference: AR 463; (B.R.A. 984)

Contents:
Elizabeth Lewis, Thomas Lewis and John Alfred Wigan declare that they are possessed of various stocks to uses directed in the will of William Lewis.
Document damaged.

MEMORIAL TO BE REGISTERED OF A SETTLEMENT  M1292  30 Nov 1878

Former reference: AR 464; (B.R.A. 984)

Contents:
Appointment of new trustees under the marriage settlement of George William Nicoll and Mary (Dodd) concerning the Manor Tavern, Rectory Road, West Hackney.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1293  13 July 1882

Former reference: AR 465; (B.R.A. ?984)

Contents:
Abraham Smith, with Andrew Goring Pritchard, to Charles John Walley.
No. 4 De Beauvoir Square.

MORTGAGE  M1294  24 Dec 1829

Former reference: AR 466

Contents:
Francis Henchman, in partnership with Thomas Merriman and William Henry Buckerfield, has built a number of messuages on the Gravel Pit Field and two fields on each side of [Warwick Road], Upper Clapton (ground of W. G. D. Tyssen). Details of subsequent leases given. W. H. Buckerfield mortgages his share in these properties and other assets, conveying then to Caleb Cos, trustee for William James Brookland.
Plan
Document damaged.

CONVEYANCE (Copy of Court Roll)  M1295  10 Apr 1820

Former reference: AR 467; (B.R.A. 984)

Contents:
Surrender of Shakespeare Road and admission of David Johnston.
No. 9 The Grove, Hackney, with the ground in front of it, and No. 3 Potts Mews, Hackney (coach house etc.)

LEASE for 71¼ years  M1296  31 Aug 1840

Former reference: AR 468; (B.R.A. 984)

Contents:
At the direction of Thomas Smith and Richard Benyon de Beauvoir, John Wilkinson to Charles Horncastle.
No. 4 De Beauvoir Square.
Plan

FAMILY SETTLEMENT  M1297  23 June 1812

Former reference: AR 460

Contents:
Thomas Glyn grants his eldest son Thomas Clayton Glyn an annuity of £200 p.a. from properties in Latton and Epping, Essex. Thomas Clayton Glyn covenants to make a new settlement of property in Hackney (unspecified) comprised in his parents' marriage settlement.

DISENTAILING DEED  M1298  29 Aug 1844

Former reference: AR 470

Contents:
Henrietta E. S. Glyn, Thomas Clayton Glyn and Clayton William Feake Glyn convey to Richard Carr Glyn freehold estates in Hackney [?Homerton] to uses to be specified by T. C. Glyn and C. W. F. Glyn.

DISENTAILING DEED  M1299  29 Aug 1844

Former reference: AR 469

Contents:
T. C. and C. W. F. Glyn to Richard Carr Glyn, as in M1298; copyhold property in Hackney (Lordshold).
Document damaged.

LIST OF DOCUMENTS relating to the Glyn family  M1300  ?later 18th century

Former reference: AR 517; (B.R.A. 984)

Contents:
Mentions estates in Hackney, in Gloucs., and at Ewell.

LEASE for 72½ years  M1301  15 Mar 1851

Former reference: AR 471; (B.R.A. 984)

Contents:
Richard Benyon de Beauvoir, by direction of James Anderson, to William Robert Rawlings.
No. 75 Culford Road North, De Beauvoir Town.
Plan
Document damaged.

LEASE for 72¼ years  M1302  26 May 1852

Former reference: AR 472

Contents:
Richard Benyon de Beauvoir, by direction of Joseph Richards, to William Henry Allen.
Nos. 7 and 8, Tottenham Villas, Tottenham Road, De Beauvoir Town.
Plan

LEASE for 72¼ years  M1303  1 Nov 1851

Former reference: AR 473; (B.R.A. 984)

Contents:
Richard Benyon de Beauvoir, by direction of James Alexander Hughes, to Ann Jones.
No. 5, Sussex Place, Enfield Road North, De Beauvoir Town.
Plan

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1304  31 Aug 1886

Former reference: AR 474; (B.R.A. 984)

Contents:
Executors of James Perkins to William Gibbs.
No. 20 De Beauvoir Road, (formerly No. 17).
Document damaged.

LEASE for 73 years  M1305  18 Apr 1865

Former reference: AR 475; (B.R.A. 984)

Contents:
Richard Benyon de Beauvoir, at the direction of Thomas Kelly, to the Rev. Alexander McAuslane.
No. 28 De Beauvoir Road (formerly No. 9).
Plan
Document damaged.

MORTGAGE  M1306  5 Feb 1873

Former reference: AR 476; (B.R.A. 984)

Contents:
John McKellar to George William Marsden.
Leasehold of Nos. 8 and 10 Buckingham Road, De Beauvoir Town, formerly Nos. 4 and 5.

MORTGAGE  M1307  5 Jan 1880

Former reference: AR 477; (B.R.A. 984)

Contents:
Thomas Shore to Thomas Johnston (second mortgage).
Lease of Nos. 15 and 16 Bartholemew Place, Hertford Road, De Beauvoir Town.
Endorsed: Discharge of the above mortgage, 23 February 1897.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1308  4 June 1889

Former reference: AR 478; (B.R.A. 984)

Contents:
John James Fordham to William Henry Heir.
No. 33 Church Road, De Beauvoir Town, formerly No. 7 Merioneth Terrace.
Document damaged.

COPY OF WILL (Annexed Administration missing)  M1309  22 May 1823

Former reference: AR 479; (B.R.A. 984)

Contents:
Of Paul Dela Pierre of Well Street, Hackney, schoolmaster. Said to be dated 22 May 1823.
Legatees include his sister Audrienne O'Sullivan, the Swiss Church (Crown Street, Soho), the Hackney Charity School, His real estate to his wife and executrix Ann.
Document damaged.

WILL AND PROBATE  M1310  7 May 1861 - 30 May 1861

Former reference: AR 480; (B.R.A. 984)

Contents:
Of George Hodges of No. 1 Bay Street, Mayfield Road, Dalston.
Bequests including 1 Bay Street, to his wife and executrix Elizabeth and his eight children.

COPY OF WILL AND CODICIL (Probate missing)  M1311  13 Oct 1879 and 20 Aug 1885

Former reference: AR 481; (B.R.A. 984)

Contents:
Of Herbert William Croft of 86 Rendlesham Road, Clapton, later of No. 1 Edinburgh Terrace, Lancaster Road, Notting Hill, mercantile clerk.
All his estate to his brother Frank Arthur William Croft, except £20 to Mrs. Elizabeth Bradley, his aunt.

RELEASE OF RENTS  M1312  1812

Former reference: AR 482; (B.R.A. 984)

Contents:
Richard Jenkins to Thomas Nathaniel Williams.
Rents of a messuage in London Field leased by Jenkins to Williams.
Document badly damaged.

COVENANT CONCERNING MORTGAGES  M1313  2 July 1886

Former reference: AR 483; (B.R.A. 985)

Contents:
Thomas Henry Pettiver (first mortgagee) covenants with Nathaniel Creswick (second mortgagee) that the latter shall recover his expenses in cleansing and repairing the properties mortgaged by Alexander Paul Cuming and Walter Robert Barnett.
Nos. 1a, 3-29 North side and Nos. 1-32 South side, Trego Road, Hackney Wick.

RELEASE  M1314  18 Jan 1883

Former reference: AR 484; (B.R.A. 984)

Contents:
Henry Knapton releases to James Parish the (leasehold) property, which was held by them as copartners.
Nos. 9 and 10 Detmold Road, Upper Clapton.

COPY APPOINTMENT OF TRUSTEE  M1315  6 Mar 1899

Former reference: AR 485 (2); (B.R.A. 985)

Contents:
Mary, widow of James Pinkney, appoints Arthur Fookes a a co-trustee in respect of (leasehold) properties devised by her husband.
Nos. 138, 140 and 142 Elderfield Road, Clapton, formerly nos. 11, 13 and 15.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1316  23 Aug 1901

Former reference: AR 485(4); (B.R.A. 985)

Contents:
Arthur Fookes to Herbert Birchall.
Nos. 140 and 142 Elderfield Road.

COVENANT TO MORTGAGE  M1317  20 Dec 1905

Former reference: AR 485 (9) (1); (B.R.A. 985)

Contents:
Herbert Birchall will mortgage the property to the National Freehold Land and Building Society as additional security if required.
Nos. 140 and 142 Elderfield Road.
Endorsed: Discharge, 17 September 1908.

NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1318  6 Nov 1908

Former reference: AR 485 (7); (B.R.A. 985)

Contents:
Herbert Birchall has assigned the lease to Edward Sharp.
Nos. 140 and 142 Elderfield Road.

FIRE INSURANCE POLICY  M1319  1892

Former reference: AR 485 (1); (B.R.A. 985)

Contents:
With notes of all parties interested in the property 1899-1911.
No. 138 Elderfield Road.

LEASE for 99 years  M1320  27 Nov 1878

Former reference: AR 492; (B.R.A. 985)

Contents:
William Barrett Dyer to William Bennett.
No. 1 Pratts Road [later Glyn Road], Clapton (east side).
Plan
Attached: Licence to build a cowshed and carry on the business of a dairyman.

COUNTERPART OF M1320.  M1321  [n.d.]

Former reference: AR 495; (B.R.A. 985)

MORTGAGE  M1322  28 Nov 1878

Former reference: AR 497; (B.R.A. 985)

Contents:
William Bennett to the Coborn Permanent Benefit Society.
The property in M1320.
Endorsed: Note of discharge, 18 July 1879.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1323  24 Feb 1879

Former reference: AR 493; (B.R.A. 985)

Contents:
William Bennett to Louis Wolfsbergen.
No. 1 Pratts Road.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASES  M1324  16 July 1879

Former reference: AR 494; (B.R.A. 985)

Contents:
Louis Wolfsbergen to Henry Hymans.
Nos. 1 and 3 Redwald Street and No. 1 Pratts Road.

MORTGAGE  M1325  17 July 1879

Former reference: AR 498; (B.R.A. 985)

Contents:
Henry Hymans to the Coborn Permanent Benefit Society.
Nos. 1 and 3 Redwald Street, No. 1 Pratts Road, and four un-numbered houses in Overbury Street.
Endorsed: Note of discharge, 16 April 1888.

NOTICE OF CHANGE OF NAME  M1326  6 Feb 1883

Former reference: AR 499; (B.R.A. 985)

Contents:
Of Pratts Road, Clapton, to Glyn Road, E., by the Metropolitan Board of Works.

MORTGAGE  M1327  29 Aug 1888

Former reference: AR 500; (B.R.A. 985)

Contents:
Henry Hymans to the Aldgate Alliance Benefit Building Society.
Nos. 1 and 3 Redwald Road, and No. 1 Glyn Road.
Endorsed: Note of discharge, 30 January 1896.

FURTHER MORTGAGE  M1328  11 Aug 1892

Former reference: AR 501; (B.R.A. 985)

Contents:
Henry Hymans to the Aldgate Alliance Benefit Building Society.
The property in M1327.
Endorsed: Note of discharge, 30 January 1896.

FURTHER MORTGAGE  M1329  7 Dec 1892

Former reference: AR 502; (B.R.A. 985)

Contents:
Henry Hymans to the Aldgate Alliance Benefit Building Society.
The property in M1327.
Endorsed: Note of discharge, 30 January 1896.

NOTICE OF CHANGE OF NUMBERS  M1330  27 June 1893

Former reference: AR 504; (B.R.A. 985)

Contents:
No. 1 Glyn Road changed to No. 180 Glyn Road by the London County Council.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1331  5 Feb 1898

Former reference: AR 488; (B.R.A. 985)

Contents:
Henry Hymans to Alfred George Ball.
No.180 Glyn Road.

MORTGAGE  M1332  7 Feb 1898

Former reference: AR 487; (B.R.A. 985)

Contents:
Alfred George Ball to Norman Noel Stansbury.
No. 180 Glyn Road.

ASSIGNMENT OF MORTGAGE AND FURTHER MORTGAGE  M1333  11 Feb 1898

Former reference: AR 489; (B.R.A. 985)

Contents:
Norman Noël Stansbury and Alfred George Ball to Emily Maud Stansbury.
The mortgage in M1332.

FURTHER MORTGAGE  M1334  23 July 1901

Former reference: AR 505; (B.R.A. 985)

Contents:
Alfred George Ball to Harold Layton Stansbury.
The property in M1332.

ASSIGNMENT OF TITLE  M1335  13 Nov 1903

Former reference: AR 506; (B.R.A. 985)

Contents:
Emily Maud Stansbury and Harold Leyton Stansbury to John and Revans De Laplain.
The property mortgaged in M1332 - M1334.

MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT  M1336  14 Nov 1903

Former reference: AR 507; (B.R.A. 985)

Contents:
John and Revans De Laplain agree to mortgage the property to H. L. Stansbury if so required, in exchange for a loan.
No. 180 Glyn Road.

ABSTRACT OF TITLE  M1337  1866 - 1895

Former reference: AR 496; (B.R.A. 985)

Contents:
Of the British Equitable Assurance Company to the freehold of the property.
No. 180 Glyn Road (includes Clapton Farm).
Plans

ABSTRACT OF TITLE  M1338  1878 - 1905

Former reference: AR 508; (B.R.A. 985)

Contents:
Of Mr. De Laplain and his mortgagee (F.C.Chappell) to the leasehold.
No. 180 Glyn Road.
Plans

SUPPLEMENTAL ABSTRACT OF TITLE  M1339  1854 - 1905

Former reference: AR 509; (B.R.A. 985)

Contents:
Relating to the constitution of the British Equitable Assurance Co. Ltd.

CONVEYANCE  M1340  1 Feb 1906

Former reference: AR 510; (B.R.A. 985)

Contents:
The British Equitable Insurance Co. and Alfred Conder to John and Revans De Laplain.
The freehold of No. 180 Glyn Road (house, garden, and stables)
Plan

AGREEMENT  M1341  19 May 1914

Former reference: AR 511; (B.R.A. 985)

Contents:
By the G.P.O. to repair any damage caused by a bracket on No. 180 Glyn Road.

FIRE INSURANCE POLICY  M1342  12 July 1919

Former reference: AR 512; (B.R.A. 985)

Contents:
Insured: John De Laplain.
No. 180 Glyn Road.
Endorsed: Note that the policy is now vested in Thomas Ward Sharp and Edward Sharp, 18 March 1920.

CONVEYANCE  M1343  29 Dec 1892

Former reference: AR 491; (B.R.A. 985)

Contents:
James Alfred Hennah to Thomas Ward Sharp and Edward Sharp.
A piece of land on the east side of Glyn Road, behind and beside [No. 178]. Restrictive convenants.
Plan

COVENANT TO PRODUCE DEEDS  M1344  29 Dec 1892

Former reference: AR 503; (B.R.A. 985)

Contents:
J. A. Hennah to T. W. Sharp and E. Sharp.
Documents relating to M1343.

MORTGAGE  M1345  29 Dec 1892

Former reference: AR 490; (B.R.A. 985)

Contents:
T. W. Sharp and E. Sharp to the Forest Gaurt, Amherst (Friendly Society).
The property In M1343.
Endorsed: Note of discharge, 18 January 1899.

CONVEYANCE  M1346  31 Dec 1936

Former reference: AR 515; (B.R.A. 985)

Contents:
Richard Sharp and Lilian Hopkins (executors of T. W. Sharp) to Edward Sharp.
T. W. Sharp's share of the property in M1343.

CONVEYANCE BY MORTGAGEES  M1347  2 Feb 1903

Former reference: AR 486; (B.R.A. 985)

Contents:
Mortgagees of Clayton Louis Glyn to Thomas Ward Sharp and Edward Sharp.
The fee simple of No. 1 Colne Road (with grounds beside glass factory) subject to a lease.
Plan

FIRE INSURANCE POLICY  M1348  1 June 1920

Former reference: AR 514; (B.R.A. 985)

Contents:
Glass factory (details of buildings) of Sharp Bros.

FIRE INSURANCE POLICY  M1349  29 Sep 1925

Former reference: AR 513; (B.R.A. 985)

Contents:
Thomas Ward Sharp and Edward Sharp.
No. 19 Redwald Street.

ACCOUNTS for legal expenses  M1350  1890

Former reference: AR 516; (B.R.A. 985)

Contents:
Concerning the sale of a business at 63 Vyner Street, Cambridge Heath (and sub-lease of property) by Sharp Bros. to Mrs. Hart.

LETTER  M1351  9 June 1830

Former reference: AR 522

Contents:
Desdemona Meaburn, Paris, to William Teal Woffit and William Wilson, solicitors, Louth, Lincs.
She requests them to pay in for her use the profits from the estate of her late father, James New, due to her under his will.

LETTER  M1352(i)-(ii)  26 Jan 1836

Former reference: AR 523

Contents:
Desdemona Meaburn, Hackney, to Messrs. Goe and Wilson, Louth, Lincs.
She requests them to pay her rents to her son John Meaburn.
Enclosed: Thomas Redditch, 3 Upper Bushby Street, London, to Hynman Allenby, Kenwick House, Louth, 31 May 1820.
Instructions for payments to be made concerning Jane Walker's legacy. Also family messages.

LETTER  M1353  28 Jan 1836

Former reference: AR 524

Contents:
Desdemona Meaburn, Hackney, to Messrs. Goe and Wilson, Louth, Lincs.
She has received a money order. As Mr. Meaburn's executrix she wishes to receive his rents, his son being under age.

LETTER  M1354  15 Mar 1836

Former reference: AR 525

Contents:
Desdemona Meaburn, Hackney, to Messrs. Goe and Wilson, Louth, Lincs.
Requests payments of rents due to her as her husband's administratrix, and regular payment of her mother's annuity.

LETTER  M1355  21 March 1836

Former reference: AR 526

Contents:
Desdemona Meaburn, Hackney, to Messrs. Goe and Wilson, Louth, Lincs.
She has received their letter and bill. Not having the will with her, she will leave them to pay the correct amount to her mother.

LETTER  M1356  27 Jan 1839

Former reference: AR 527

Contents:
D. Meaburn, 38 Grande Rue, Boulogne sur mer, to same.
Acknowledges receipt of a letter concerning financial arrangements.

BLESSING  M1357  26 July, 1844

Contents:
Signed by H. F. Burder, Ramsgate.

LETTER  M1358  8 Feb 1812

Former reference: AR 529

Contents:
[?John] Routh, London, to Thomas Rough, Gayle, Wensleydale, Yorks.
Family news. He is concerned for his mother's health. He hopes the Bishop will licence Mr. Wheley in the place of Mr. Metcalf, who has given up the Hawes Chapel.
Endorsed: Order for payment to Thomas Routh of money owed by L. Horner to John Routh.

LETTER  M1359  2 Nov 1832

Former reference: AR 532

Contents:
W. G. Greenstreet, Christ College, Cambridge, to J. O. Routh, Homerton Cottage, Hackney.
Describes daily life at the College and in the University - he disapproves of the "noisy rackety dissipated fellows".

LETTER  M1360  30 Mar 1835

Former reference: AR 530

Contents:
J. Routh, Stock Exchange, to [his son] John Oswald Routh, Christ College, Cambridge.
Good wishes and practical advice for the Little Go Examination. Family and local news, including the first charity sermon for Mr. Norris's charity school.

LETTER  M1361  7 Apr 1835

Former reference: AR 533

Contents:
John Oswald Routh, [Cambridge], to his mother Mrs. Routh, Homerton Cottage, Hackney.
Arrangements for his return home (by coach).

COLLEGE BILL  M1362  Lady Day 1836

Former reference: AR 534

Contents:
Mr. Routh's quarterly bill to the Rev. E. J. Ash, Christ's College, Cambridge, addressed to J. Routh, Homerton Cottage.

LETTER  M1363  16 Mar 1806

Former reference: AR 531

Contents:
John Routh, Stock Exchange, to his son John Oswald Routh, Christ's College, Cambridge.
Advises his son to rise early to study for his examination and to buy oranges and figs. Family and parish news.

LETTER  M1364  15 Mar 1806

Former reference: AR 545

Contents:
Mr. Dean to Mr. Hanscombe.
Mr. Dann informs Mr. Hanscombe that the former is entitled to a right of way over a field lately let to Mr. Potts. [Gravel Pit Field].

LETTER  M1365  15 Mar 1806

Former reference: AR 543

Contents:
J. W. Freshfield, Grove Place to Mr. Hanscombe.
If the treaty is ended between Mr. Potts and Mr. Norris concerning field at the back of the writer's house, the writer would like to take it. [Grove Place, Gravel Pit Field].

ABSTRACT of leases  M1366  c.1843

Former reference: AR 550

Contents:
From Woods to Whales, and Whales to Rumbal, in connection with payments to Mr. Barton, (see also M1374)
Plan

RENT ACCOUNT  M1367  24 June 1843

Former reference: AR 547

Contents:
Rent due to John Barton from Mrs. Rumbal for a piece of ground at Conduit Street, Clapton (see M1366).

RECEIPT VOUCHER  M1368  15 Dec 1853

Former reference: AR 546

Contents:
Receipt for rent due to Miss Creaton from Mr. Rumbal.

RECEIPT VOUCHER  M1369  28 July 1810

Former reference: AR 538 (b)

Contents:
Robert Russell, for Mrs. Granger of Exmouth, acknowledges receipt of £17. 1s from Mr. March.

LETTER  M1370  n.d

Former reference: AR 539

Contents:
John Rumbal, executor of John Rumbal, to John Barton.
Notice that he does not intend to pay 5s rent demanded (see M1366-7).

LETTER  M1371  29 Jan 1845

Former reference: AR 542

Contents:
John North, Bexhill, to John Rumbal, Upper Clapton.
Concerning a payment to J. Rumbal from J. North's rents. The latter is open to a bid from Mr. Rumbal for the two houses.

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT  M1372  23 June 1848

Former reference: AR 540

Contents:
Benjamin Brett and John Rumbal to William Liddiard.
Agreement to let a stable, coach-house and loft at Clapton.

LETTER  M1373  15 Apr 1854

Former reference: AR 541

Contents:
Susanna Jones, trustee of the late John Rumbal, to Mr.?
Acknowledges the surrender of a lease of a house in Gloucester Place, Northwold Road.

ACCOUNTS: Legal expenses  M1374  1827

Former reference: AR 549

Contents:
Expenses of T. & J. Tebbutt for a transaction between Messrs. Rumbal and Whales (?see M1366).

COPY INSTRUMENT  M1375  9 Dec 1613

Former reference: AR 551

Contents:
By the Bishop of London setting up a Select Vestry in the parish of St. John at Hackney.
Since "through the general admittance of all sorts of Parishioners unto their Vestries.... there falleth out great disquietness and hindrance to the good proceedings....", the "inferior and meanest sort of Parishioners being greater in number....", the Bishop appoints 32 men (named) to form the Vestry (with the parson, vicar, curate and churchwardens). The Vestrymen are to appoint replacements when necessary, and they are to "order all such matters and business as do belong to the said Church and Parish."
Extracted 1837 from the beginning of the Vestry Book No. 1.

COPY GLEBE TERRIER of the parish of St. John at Hackney  M1376  1618-1633

Former reference: AR 552

Contents:
From the Register of the Consistory Court of London.
Lists the parsonage house and grounds, and the lands belonging to the vicarage in the marshes, church lands, and parish charities. Transcription incomplete. (see Robinson's History of Hackney p. 148).

PRESENTMENT  M1377  12 May 1862

Former reference: AR 553

Contents:
By the churchwardens of St. John at Hackney at the Visitation of the Bishop of London's Commissary.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1378  15 Dec 1898

Former reference: AR 557; (B.R.A. 1445)

Contents:
James Burdick to Robert Edward Drummond.
No. 83 Stamford Hill (Tyssen estate).

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1379  30 Nov 1904

Former reference: AR 558; (B.R.A. 1445)

Contents:
Agnes Mabel Drummond to Charlotte Clarkson.
No. 83 Stamford Hill.

MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT (Assignment of leases)  M1380  27 Apr 1922

Former reference: AR 559

Contents:
Kenneth Cliff Clarkson to Madeline Mary Ward.
No. 83 Stamford Hill.

WILL AND CODICIL with PROBATE  M1381  27 Sep 1851 - 15 Jan 1852

Former reference: AR 560; (B.R.A. 1108)

Contents:
Of John Nixon of London Field Hackney, gent., proved 28 July 1852.
Bequests to his wife Mary Faith Ann Nixon, his grandchildren Thomas J. N. Rickaby, Thomas N. Rickaby and Jane N. Rickaby, his brother Thomas, his late foreman John Bull Edis. His copyhold messuage, cottage and lands in the parish of Hackney ro trustees, William Boden and Thomas Gaskel, to the use of his wife for life. His property in Southend (Essex), Rugby (Warwicks) and the residue to his sons William and Henry and his daughter Mary Ann Nixon.

WILL and CODICIL with PROBATE proved  M1382  10 Aug 1852

Former reference: AR 561; (B.R.A. 1108)

Contents:
Of John Nixon (Prerogative Court of York).
As in M1381, for the properties in the Province of York.

LEASE for 42 years  M1383  28 Dec 1865

Former reference: AR 568; (B.R.A. 928)

Contents:
Vinus Hodgkinson Crosby, legatee of William Brooks, to John Lamy Ellerm.
"The Fox" Public House, Kingsland Road (east) Hackney.

UNDER-LEASE for 21 years  M1384  14 Mar 1866

Former reference: AR 567; (B.R.A. 928)

Contents:
John Lamy Ellerm to John Ellis.
The Fox Alehouse, Kingsland Road (east).

COUNTERPART of M1384  M1385  [n.d.]

Former reference: AR 566; (B.R.A. 928)

UNDERLEASE (Assignment)  M1386  14 Mar 1876

Former reference: AR 565; (B.R.A. 928)

Contents:
John Lamy Ellerm to Harriet Ellis.
The Fox Tavern, Kingsland Road, Hackney.

SURRENDER of lease  M1387  31 Dec 1884

Former reference: AR 569; (B.R.A. 928)

Contents:
Harriet Ellis to Hercules Brabazon and Susanna Rawlinson.
Surrender of the lease in M1386.

LEASE FOR 21 YEARS  M1388  31 Dec 1884

Former reference: AR 564; (B.R.A. 928)

Contents:
Vinus Hodginson Crosby, legatee of William Brooks, to Thomas Richardson.
No. 370 Kingsland Road, Hackney (formerly 32 Kingsland Crescent).
Endorsed: Assignment of the lease to Harriet Ellis, 10 November 1880.

SURRENDER OF LEASE  M1389  31 Dec 1884

Former reference: AR 563; (B.R.A. 928)

Contents:
Thomas Richardson and Harriet Ellis to Hercules Brabazon Brabazon and Susanna Rawlinson.
Surrender of the lease in M1388 (the property is "a messuage and shop").

LEASE for 21 years  M1390  22 Aug 1884

Former reference: AR 570; (B.R.A. 928)

Contents:
Hercules Brabazon Brabazon, Susanna Rawlinson, Boyce Harvey Combe, Anne Sarah Combe and Harvey Trewythan Brabazon Combe to Alexander Towne.
Nos. 362 and 364 Kingsland Road, Hackney with outbuildings etc. (used as surgery and shop).
Plan

COPY REGISTRATION  M1391  6 Jan 1833

Former reference: AR 570; (B.R.A. 928)

Contents:
Of a memorial of a deed (Ireland), concerning property of Sir William Joseph Brabazon and made between himself with J.P. Burrell and William Brooks, Hercules and Anne Mary Sharpe, and Sir W. J. Brabazon.

COPY REGISTRATION  M1392  1834

Former reference: AR 570; (B.R.A. 928)

Contents:
Of a memorial of a deed (Ireland), concerning the property of Sir William John Brabazon, and made between him with Hercules Sharpe, and S. H. C. R. Curzon and Henry F., Baron Teynham and Sarah (nee Brabazon) his wife, and Sir W. J. Brabazon.

DRAFT AFFIDAVITS  M1393-M1394  Undated

Former reference: AR 570; (B.R.A. 928)

Contents:
Concerning M1391 or M1392.

VOUCHER and COVERING LETTER  M1395-M1396  1 Aug 1854

Former reference: AR 570; (B.R.A. 928)

Contents:
For £7000 3% Consols bought for Alexander J. B. Beresford Hope by the executors of Lady Beresford.

LEASE for 21 years  M1397  5 May 1892

Former reference: AR 571; (B.R.A. 928)

Contents:
Hercules Brabazon Brabazon, Louisa L. Rawlinson, Boyce H. Combe, Anne S. Combe and Hervey T. B. Combe to Helen Elizabeth Goodall.
No. 362 Kingsland Road, Hackney, with warehouse etc. (shop).
Plan

LEASE for 21 years  M1398  21 Aug 1884

Former reference: AR 572; (B.R.A. 928)

Contents:
Hercules Brabazon Brabazon and others (as in M1390) to James Brown.
No. 366 Kingsland Road, Hackney, (messuage, shop and yard).

LEASE for 21 years  M1399  23 Nov 1871

Former reference: AR 574; (B.R.A. 928)

Contents:
Vinus Hodgkinson Crosby to William Catt.
No. 368 Kingsland Road, Hackney (formerly No. 31 Kingsland Crescent).

LEASE for 21 years  M1400  17 Oct 1893

Former reference: AR 575; (B.R.A. 928)

Contents:
Hercules Brabazon Brabazon and others (as in M1397) to William Catt.
No. 368 Kingsland Road, (messuage and shop).
Plan
Attached: Undertaking by the lessee to surrender the lease when required, 30 December 1905.

COUNTERPART of M1400  M1401  [n.d.]

Former reference: AR 573; (B.R.A. 928)

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASES  M1402  26 Dec 1854

Former reference: AR 576; (B.R.A. 928)

Contents:
Hercules Sharpe and Vinus Hodgkinson Crosby (executors of William Brooks) to Hercules Brabazon Sharpe Brabazon.
Spring Cottage, Vine Cottage and cottages numbered 1 - 7 Grove Road, Stamford Hill. (Tyssen estate)

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1403  21 Nov 1556

Former reference: AR 562; (B.R.A. 1013)

Contents:
Thomas Tubbs Negus and his mortgagee to Sarah Read.
No. 18 Fulford Place, Soughgate Road, De Beauvoir Town.

LETTERS PATENT  M1404  31 May 1859

Former reference: AR 581; (B.R.A. 1041 5)

Contents:
Patent for fourteen years to Alfred Suter for a furniture castor.
Great Seal in fair condition.

COPY WILL and PROBATE  M1405  22 Dec 1874

Former reference: AR 577; (B.R.A. 1041 8)

Contents:
Of Alfred Suter of 65 Fenchurch Street, London and 28 Downs Road East, Clapton, gent., proved 18 January 1875.
His freehold house 28 Downs Road East, leasehold at 65 Fenchurch Street and personal estate to be sold. Bequests (including shares in the ship "Tonga") to his sons Alfred William, and Arthur (executors), James Winsborrow, Edward Stewart, Charles Frederick, and Feorge Winsborrow.

RELEASE  M1406  25 Jan 1878

Former reference: AR 578; (B.R.A. 1041 5)

Contents:
Acknowledgement to the executors of Alfred Suter by his other four sons of receipt of their legacies (see M1405).
Enclosed Executors' supplemental accounts.

POWER of ATTORNEY  M1407  12 Oct 1882

Former reference: AR 579; (B.R.A. 1041 8)

Contents:
George Winsborrow Suter, about to depart abroad, appoints his brother Arthur as his attorney.

POWER of ATTORNEY  M1408  2 Mar 1885

Former reference: AR 580; (B.R.A. 1041 8)

Contents:
George Winsborrow Suter appoints Charles R. Rivington and Arthur W. Rivington as his attorneys.
Attached: Papers concerning the transfer of the management of the ship "Ipoxo", in which George W. and Arthur Suter have interests.

COPY WILL and PROBATE  M1409  22 Mar 1865

Former reference: AR 582

Contents:
Of David Richards of 74 Albion Road, Dalston, Hackney, gent., proved 2 June 1865.
£40 to the use of Louisa Alice Bennet, and the rest of his estate (leasehold and personal) to his wife and executrix Sarah Margaret Richards.

COPY WILL and PROBATE  M1410  8 Dec 1873

Former reference: AR 583; (B.R.A. 1041 8)

Contents:
Of Sarah Margret Richards of 35 Broughton Road, Stoke Newington, late of 74 Albion Road, Dalston, proved 15 December 1877.
The leasehold of 74 Albion Road to her brother John Horner Collins for life then to Samuel his son. Other personal bequests. The residue to J. H. Collins and to the daughters of Charles I. Collins. Executors Samuel Collins and Captain Cuthbert Hogg.
Enclosed: related papers.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1411  13 Nov 1900

Former reference: AR 584; (B.R.A. 1041 8)

Contents:
James Peter Schrader to William Kelsey.
No. 210 Evering Road, Upper Clapton, formerly No. 7 Evering Villas, Evering Road. (Tyssen estate).

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT  M1412  8 May 1868

Former reference: AR 585; (B.R.A. 1041 14)

Contents:
The Hon. C. A. Gore, H.M. Commissioner of Woods, Forests and Land Revenues for Middlesex, and Henry Robert Allen.
H.R.Allen agrees to build 26 houses on the north side of Wick Lane, Victoria Park, [Cadogan Terrace] which will be leased to him for 99 years.
Plan

COPY LEASE for 83¾ years  M1413  22 Sep 1870

Former reference: AR 590; (B.R.A. 1041 14)

Contents:
The Hon. C. A. Gore, H.M. Commissioner of Woods, Forests and Land Revenues for Middlesex, to Henry Robert Allen.
Nos. 16, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27 and 28 Cadogan Terrace, Wick Lane.
Plan (detailed)

LEASE for 83¾ years  M1414  11 Nov 1870

Former reference: AR 587; (B.R.A. 1041 14)

Contents:
Henry Robert Allen to Jabez McDiarmid.
Nos. 16, 18 and 19 Cadogan Terrace, Wick Lane.
Plan
Endorsed: Memorandum of an assignment of the lease of No. 18 to William Henry and Lydia Lee, 22 December 1879.

MORTGAGE (Assignment of lease)  M1415  2 Jan 1871

Former reference: AR 586; (B.R.A. 1041 14)

Contents:
Jabez McDiarmid to John Martin, Frederick Roger Carter and Thomas George Gibson.
Nos. 16, 18, 19, 20, 21 and 22 Cadogan Terrace, Wick Lane, which J. McDiarmid leased from H. R. Allen.
Endorsed: Discharge of mortgage, 8 March 1876. Memorandum of lease to Lee (see M1414).

DECLARATION OF TRUST  M1416  11 Jan 1871

Former reference: AR 591; (B.R.A. 1041 14)

Contents:
Jabez McDiarmid declares that he holds as trustee for Henry Robert Allen Nos. 16, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27 and 28 Cadogan Terrace, Wick Lane.
Endorsed: Revocation of the trust and surrender of the property to J. McDiarmid by H. R. Allen, 19 March 1880.

COUNTERPART OF M1416 (without endorsement).  M1417  11 Jan 1871

Former reference: AR 592; (B.R.A. 1041 14)

MORTGAGE (Assignment of lease)  M1418  28 Feb 1873

Former reference: AR 593; (B.R.A. 1041 14)

Contents:
Jabez McDiarmid to Joseph Oakley.
Nos. 23, 24, 25 and 26 Cadogan Terrace, Wick Lane.
Endorsed: Discharge of the mortgages on Nos. 23, 25 and 26, the mortgage on No. 24 having been assigned.

SECOND MORTGAGE (Assignment of lease)  M1419  28 Feb 1878

Former reference: AR 594; (B.R.A. 1041 14)

Contents:
Frances Gunn to Jabez McDiarmid.
Nos. 2, 5, 12, and 15 Cadogan Terrace, Wick Lane.

COPY ASSIGNMENT OF MORTGAGE (Lease and Release)  M1420  2 - 3 Jan 1769

Former reference: AR 602; (B.R.A. 1041 12)

Contents:
John Holding, with the content of the other devisees of John Poussey, conveys to Enoch Holding his interest as trustee in properties mortgaged by the Petty family.
A messuage, a piece of meadow (5 acres) called Flagery Mead, and 1½ acres of meadow and osier ground, all in Hackney or Leyton, near Ruckholt or Temple Mills; and a rent charge of £30 on Ruckholt or Temple Mills and Cutlers Mead.

ASSIGNMENT OF MORTGAGE AND FURTHER MORTGAGE (Release-lease missing)  M1421  9 May 1769

Former reference: AR 601; (B.R.A. 1041)

Contents:
George Petty, Margaret Burrell and John Burrell mortgage the property in M1420 to Elizabeth Moulton; and the Holding and Poussey families assign their mortgage to William Washford in trust for her.

LEASE and RELEASE, with covenant to levy a fine.  M1422 - M1423  15 Oct 1772-16 Oct 1772

Former reference: AR 603, 604; (B.R.A. 1041 12)

Contents:
The trustee and executors of Elizabeth Moulton, George Petty, Robert Burrell and John and Mary Burrell to Edward Leeds.
The property in M1420, and a toll issuing out of a bridge belonging to the premises, but excluding the rent-charge.

COVENANT TO PRODUCE DEEDS  M1424  16 Oct 1772

Former reference: AR 605; (B.R.A. 1041)

Contents:
The rent charge of £30 per annum payable from Ruckholts alias Temple Mills (see M1420) has been mortgaged to John Watkins, to whom the deeds have been transfered. He and George Petty covenant to produce them for Edward Leeds if required.

LEASE and RELEASE  M1425 - M1426  20 Aug 1812-21 Aug 1812

Former reference: AR 606. 607; (B.R.A. 1041 12)

Contents:
Richard Leeds to William Turner and his trustee Richard Whitbread.
A messuage (public house) with outbuildings and cottage, Flagery's Mead and 1½ acres of meadow or ozier ground, and the tolls from the bridge belonging to the property, in Hackney, Low Leyton and West Ham (of M1423).
Plan (detailed) showing lead mills, public house, skittle alley, etc.
See also M3562

LEASE and RELEASE  M1427 - M1428  23 June 1802-24 June 1802

Former reference: AR 608, 609; (B.R.A. 1041 12)

Contents:
Executors of Thomas Boys to William Man and his trustee William Paruther.
Seven acres of land in Hackney, formerly the estate of Sigismund Trafford. [See also M795].

MORTGAGE (Lease and Release)  M1429 - M1430  7 - 8 Mar 1816

Former reference: AR 596-597; (B.R.A. 1041 12)

Contents:
William Turner to James Biddles.
The property in M1428 (which William Turner had purchased from Sparkes Moline) and the property in M1426.

LEASE and RELEASE  M1431 - M1432  1 - 2 Mar 1822

Former reference: AR 595, 600; (B.R.A. 1041 12)

Contents:
James Biddles and William Turner to Charles Cuerton as trustee for Richard Cuerton.
The property in M1426.

LEASE and RELEASE  M1433 - M1434  1 - 2 Mar 1822

Former reference: AR 598, 599; (B.R.A. 1041 12)

Contents:
James Biddles and William Turner to Charles Cuerton as trustee for Richard Cuerton.
The property in M1428.

MORTGAGE (Assignment of lease)  M1435  6 July 1867

Former reference: AR 610; (B.R.A. 1041 18)

Contents:
Robert Thomas Banks to Sarah Ann Harrison.
Nos. 48, 58 and 60 Christie Road, South Hackney.
Endorsed: Assignment of the mortgage of Nos. 58 and 60 to Joseph Hunt, to whom their lease has been assigned.

MORTGAGE (Assignment of lease)  M1436  9 Mar 1868

Former reference: AR 612; (B.R.A. 1041 13)

Contents:
Robert Thomas Banks to William McDiarmid.
Nos. 50, 54 and 56 Christie Road, South Hackney.

SECOND AND FURTHER MORTGAGES  M1437  25 Apr 1888

Former reference: AR 611; (B.R.A. 1041 13)

Contents:
Robert Thomas Banks to William McDiarmid.
Further mortgage of Nos. 50, 54 and 56, and second mortgage (see M1435) of Nos. 58 and 60, Christie Road, South Hackney.

LEASE (for 80 years from 1864)  M1438  2 May 1872

Former reference: AR 614; (B.R.A. 1041 1)

Contents:
Thomas Wright and George Bedding to Jabez McDiarmid.
Nos. 32, 34, 36 and 38 Bentham Road, Hackney.
Endorsed: Note of assignment of the lease of Nos. 36 and 38 to William Gillburn.

MORTGAGE (Assignment of lease)  M1439  1 Mar 1873

Former reference: AR 613; (B.R.A. 1041 1)

Contents:
Jabez McDiarmid to George Presswell and John Baker.
Nos. 32, 34, 36 and 38 Bentham Road.
Endorsed: Discharge of the above mortgage, 2 July 1877 (the houses are now numbered 129, 131, 133 and 135 Bentham Road).

DECLARATION of TRUST  M1440  31 Oct 1848

Former reference: AR 615; (B.R.A. 1041 11)

Contents:
Charlotte Catherine Greaves, Charlotte Greaves, Henry A. Greaves and Henry Gardiner agree to hold trust stocks to the use of Evelyn Pierrepont Greaves (of unsound mind) for his life, then to divide them between Charlotte, Sophia, Mary Ann Pauline, Charles and Robert Greaves.

MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT  M1441  27 May 1851

Former reference: AR 616; (B.R.A. 1041 11)

Contents:
Charles Greaves and Frances Constance Beardmore assign to trustees assurance policies, annuities and legacies due. (Trusts specified)
Endorsed: Appointments of new trustees, 12 March 1874 and 4 May 1882.

APPOINTMENT of TRUSTEES  M1442  10 Sep 1851

Former reference: AR 618; (B.R.A. 1041 11)

Contents:
George Greaves and Henry Gardiner are appointed in place of Richard Greaves as trustees, with Charles Greaves, under the will of Mary Ann Greaves.
Endorsed: Appointment of Thomas Howard Brocklehurst and Charles Robert Rivington in place of G. Greaves and H. Gardiner deceased.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1443  20 May 1882

Former reference: AR 617; (B.R.A. 1041 11)

Contents:
Charles Greaves to Alfred William Burt.
No. 54 Clapton Common, Upper Clapton. (Tyssen estate).

NOTICE  M1444  17 Mar 1886

Former reference: AR 620; (B.R.A. 1041 11)

Contents:
To the trustees of the marriage settlement of Charles Greaves deceased that E. L. St. John Greaves has mortgaged his interest in the estate.

APPOINTMENT OF TRUSTEES  M1445  2 July 1890

Former reference: AR 619; (B.R.A. 1041 11)

Contents:
John Atwood Slater and Charles Robert Rivington appoint John Lees to be joint trustee with them under the will of Charles Greaves.
Endorsed: Final accounts of the estate, July 1904.

LETTERS and PAPERS; relating to M1440 - M1445.  M1446  1848-1890

Former reference: AR 620; (B.R.A. 1041 11)

LEASE (not executed) for 99 years  M1447  [?1885]

Former reference: AR 625; (B.R.A. 833)

Contents:
A messuage in the parish of St. John, Hackney (no details).
William Amhurst Tyssen Amherst to John Thomas Wellington.

LEASE, damaged [for 99 years]  M1448  27 Sep 1881

Former reference: AR 628

Contents:
William Amhurst Tyssen Amherst and William Osment to John Daggett.
No. 39 Osbaldeston Road (east side), St. John's parish, Hackney.
Plan

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1449  28 Apr 1892

Former reference: AR 627

Contents:
John Daggett to Alfred Gillet Denton.
The lease in M1448.

MORTGAGE (Assignment of lease)  M1450  25 Mar 1907

Former reference: AR 629

Contents:
Alfred Gillet Denton to Mary Ann Cordell.
The property in M1448, now called 38 Osbaldeston Road.

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT  M1451  19 June 1880

Former reference: AR 630

Source of acquisition: Business Archives Council.


Contents:
James Goodman and Josiah Goodman to William Thomas Drakeford.
Agreement to mortgage Nos. 258 - 269 (twelve horses) Presburg Street, Lower Clapton, Nos. 402 - 412 (eleven houses) Pratts Road, Clapton, and Nos. 209 - 212 Overbury Street.

WAIVER OF FORFEITURE  M1452  3 July 1885

Former reference: AR 631

Source of acquisition: Business Archives Council.


Contents:
The British Equitable Insurance Company to Josiah Goodman and Jacob Base.
No. 1 Chalgrove Road, Hackney.
The Company waive the forfeiture of a lease caused by the erection of additional buildings without licence.
Plan

RECEIPTED ACCOUNTS  M1453  13 May 1884

Former reference: AR 626

Source of acquisition: M.B. Hackney Housing Dept.


Contents:
Repairs and redecoration of [105 Brook Road] by Harry Bishop, Carpenter and Builder, Southwark.
Two sheets.

LETTER  M1454  8 Nov 1876

Former reference: AR 518

Contents:
[Sir] Charles Reed, Fann Street Foundry, E.C., to Dr. Punshon.
Asks him to attent the Exeter Hall meeting, as "one or two votes lost to us will virtually surrender the control of our 150 Ratepayers' Schools to the Clergy, and the Clergy of Canon Gregory's Class. Men like Donald Fraser are very earnest in our defence".

LETTER  M1455  30 Dec 1874

Former reference: AR 519

Contents:
H. Yonge Harry Benson], 44 Cawley Road, Victoria Park, to J. H. James, London & County Bank.
The writer sends 1100 roubles which he wishes to have sold. He wishes to see Mr. James on an important matter. He asks if the bank can have a draft for £5145 collected in St. Petersburg the next week.
Endorsed: A note that this letter was produced at the trial of Benson and others accused of forgery in 1877.

LETTER  M1456  25 Feb 1851

Former reference: AR 520

Contents:
T. Burton, Stamford Hill, to the Rev. James Raine, Crooke Hall, Durham.
Describes his researches (apparently in medieval genealogy and history) with some reference to the parish of Hemingborough. The writer comments on the availability of records at Lincoln, York, and the Tower of London, and on the building of the Public Record Office. He offers to undertake research for Mr. Raine. Remarks on the possibility of a change of government.

AUTOGRAPH  M1457  3 Aug 1821

Former reference: AR 521

Contents:
Address cut from a letter from Thomas Wilson, London, to Miss E. Cayley, Sowerby, Thirsk, Yorks. (Free postage).

SURVEYOR'S REPORT  M1458  15 Aug 1927

Former reference: AR 621; (B.R.A. 1058)

Contents:
Draft and copy report by Richard Ellis & Son on 15 and 15a Rutland Road, Victoria Park, with correspondence.
Confidential

SURVEYORS REPORT  M1459  4 Feb 1897

Former reference: AR 622; (B.R.A. 1058)

Contents:
Copy report and correspondence by [Ellis & Son] on leasehold properties in Willow Walk and Smiths Buildings, Diss Street.
Confidential

SURVEYORS REPORT  M1460  20 Mar 1896

Former reference: AR 623; (B.R.A. 1058)

Contents:
Copy report by [Ellis & Son].
No. 14 Gore Road.
Confidential

SURVEY, CORRESPONDENCE and PAPERS  M1461  Nov 1925

Former reference: AR 624; (B.R.A. 1058)

Contents:
Of Ellis & Son concerning the Union rating of the factory of Stapley & Smith, Pigwell Path, Sylvester Road.
Confidential

LEGAL OPINION  M1462  29 May 1798

Former reference: AR 537

Contents:
Serjeant G. Hill's further opinion concerning the admission of a purchaser of copyhold land (no details). [See also M1212 etc.]

CONVEYANCE (Copy of Court Roll)  M1463  24 May 1624

Former reference: B.R.A. 328

Contents:
Surrender of Rachel wife of Thomas Denham and admission of William Pyott and Jane his wife.
A tenement in Homberstone Streete, and Gill Meade and Gill Meade Hill (ten acres of land) in Hackney.

CONVEYANCE (Copy of Court Roll)  M1464  11 Apr 1643

Former reference: B.R.A. 328

Contents:
Surrender of Richard Leigh and William Richvell (successors of William and Jane Pyott), and admission of Robert Johnson.
A tenement and ten acres of land [the property in M1463].

ADMISSION  M1465  9 Apr 1662

Former reference: B.R.A. 328

Contents:
Elizabeth Lady Cartaret, Ann Johnson, Mary Johnson and Sarah Johnson, coheirs of Robert Johnson are admitted to the property in M1463.

CONVEYANCE (Copy of Court Roll)  M1466  11 Apr 1673

Former reference: B.R.A. 328

Contents:
Surrender by Sir Edward Carteret and admission of Richard Marsh, who then surrenders all his property to uses to be appointed in his will.
The ten acres of land in Hackney called Gillmead and Gillmead Hill (see M1463-M1466).

CONVEYANCE (Copy of Court Roll)  M1467  7 Dec 1674

Former reference: B.R.A. 328

Contents:
Surrender by Sir Edward de Cartaret and admission of Deborah and Abraham Alvares (guardian Isaac Alvares).
A messuage in Homerton Street (see M1463 - M1466, and M1198).

ADMISSION  M1468  8 Apr 1681

Former reference: B.R.A. 328

Contents:
Admission of Edward Hill (executor), under the will of Moses Jenkins.
A tenement with grounds and outbuildings in Homerton Street, and an adjacent close (four acres).

CONVEYANCE (Copy of Court Roll)  M1469  4 July 1690

Former reference: B.R.A. 328

Contents:
Surrender of William Garston to the use of Thomas Goddard.
The property in M1468

CONVEYANCE (Copy of Court Roll)  M1470  19 Nov 1690

Former reference: B.R.A. 328

Contents:
Surrender by David Alvares and Deborah his wife to the use of John Cooke in trust for Thomas Cooke (the lord of the manor).
A half share in a messuage in Homerton Street, the property in M1467.

CONVEYANCE (Copy of Court Roll)  M1471  16 Apr 1691

Former reference: B.R.A. 328

Contents:
Admission of Thomas Goddard (subsequent to M1469) then surrender by him and admission of Richard Mayo, who then surrenders the property to uses to be specified in his will.
The property in M1468.

ADMISSION (Copy of Court Roll)  M1472  20 Oct 1697

Former reference: B.R.A. 328

Contents:
Admission of Deborah Alvares to the half share of the property in M1467 formerly belonging to Abraham Alvares, who is dead. [See M1205].

CONVEYANCE (Copy of Court Roll)  M1473  17 July 1701

Former reference: B.R.A. 328

Contents:
Surrender by Elizabeth wife of William Marsh, to the use of George Bonnett.
The property in M1466, subject to a rent of £14 p.a. (See also M1476).

CONVEYANCE (Copy of court roll)  M1474  14 Apr 1698

Former reference: B.R.A. 328

Contents:
Surrender by David and Deborah Alvares to the use of George Bonnett.
The property in M1472.

CONVEYANCE (Copy of Court Roll)  M1475  28 Oct 1703

Contents:
Surrender by Richard Mayo to the use of George Bonnett.
Two messuages with grounds and outbuildings and a close in Homerton Street, [the property in M1468].

ADMISSION  M1476  30 Mar 1722

Former reference: B.R.A. 328

Contents:
Admission of George Milbourne, under the will of George Bonnett.
Both half-shares in the messuage in M1474, the property in M1473 subject to the £14 rent, and the property in M1475.

LEASE AND ASSIGNMENT OF LEASES FOR SHOP IN WICK LANE  M1477  1880-1884

Contents:
M 1477i LEASE for 21 years 12 June 1880
Richard Edwards to Henry Carle.
A messuage and shop on the north side of Wick Lane, No. 289A Wick Road.
Attached: Letter from Thomas Coffin to Mr. Crispe agreeing to "Mr. Stibbens" taking the lease (see M1477iii)
M1477ii ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE 24 June 1882
Henry Carle to James Hammond Crispe.
The lease in M1477i.
M 1477iii ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE 8 Feb 1884
James Hammond Crispe to James Stebbings.
The lease in M1477i.

CONVEYANCE (lease and release)  M1478 - M1479  26-27 May 1802

Former reference: B.R.A. 1643

Contents:
Rees Goring Thomas (and William Ditchman) to Asher Goldsmid and Abraham Goldsmid (and Benjamin Goldsmid, trustee).
No. 12 Kings and Road, Shoreditch and the land behind it extending to Hoxton Street.
Endorsed: Memorandum that Sir F.H. Goldsmid has (release) convenanted with the London School Board to produce the deed when required (see M1510)

DEED OF DISCLAIMER  M1480  26 Nov 1810

Former reference: B.R.A. 1643

Contents:
Asher Goldsmid has renounced the probate of the will of his brother Abraham, and disclaims all his interest in his brother's property.
Endorsed: AS M1479

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO QUIT A PARTNERSHIP  M1481  27 Dec 1810

Former reference: B.R.A. 1643

Contents:
Daniel Eliason gives twelve months notice to George and Abraham Goldsmid that he intends to quit their partnership as general merchants.

BOND in £2000  M1482  22 Oct 1812

Former reference: B.R.A. 1643

Contents:
John Louis Goldsmid and Henry Goldsmid are bound to George Goldsmid and Asher Goldsmid to ensure that James Goldsmid, a minor, will on attaining his majority acknowledge receipts from George and Asher of a legacy (already paid) due under the will of Benjamin Goldsmid deceased, father of James, John L. and Henry.

CONVEYANCE (Lease and release)  M1483-M1484  27-28 Dec 1814

Contents:
The executors of Abraham Goldsmid to Asher Goldsmid.
A half share of the property in M1479.
Endorsed: as M1479

LEASE for 7 years  M1485  30 Apr 1816

Former reference: B.R.A. 1643

Contents:
Asher Goldsmid to Richard Warwick.
No. 148 Kingsland Road, Shoreditch, west side (with yard) [formerly No. 12].

LEASE for 21 years  M1486  13 July 1831

Former reference: B.R.A. 1643

Contents:
Francis Henry Goldsmid to Matthew Richmond.
No. 148 Kingsland Road.

LEASE for 7 years  M1487  6 Dec 1869

Former reference: B.R.A. 1643

Contents:
Sir Francis Henry Goldsmid to George Vale.
No. 79 Kingsland Road, formerly No. 148: a messuage, [greengrocers] shop, warehouse and yard.

LEASE for 61 years  M1488  20 May 1816

Former reference: B.R.A. 1643

Contents:
Asher Goldsmid to Samuel Axe.
A piece of ground on the north side of the new Wellington Street (on the land in M1479), on which Samuel Axe has built two messuages and will build two more.

LEASE for 61 years  M1489  9 Jan 1817

Former reference: B.R.A. 1643

Contents:
Asher Goldsmid to Joseph Johnson.
A piece of ground on the south side of the new Wellington Street, on which Joseph Johnson has built two messuages and will build two more.

LEASE for 61 years  M1490  20 Jan 1817

Former reference: B.R.A. 1643

Contents:
Joseph Johnson to William Smitherman.
No. 27 Wellington Street (south side).

LEASE for 61 years  M1491  26 Nov 1817

Former reference: B.R.A. 1643

Contents:
Asher Goldsmid to Joseph Johnson.
A piece of ground and two messuages on the south side of Wellington Street.
Plan

LEASE for 61 years  M1492  16 Feb 1818

Former reference: B.R.A. 1643

Contents:
Asher Goldsmid to Joseph Johnson.
A piece of ground and two messuages on the south side of Wellington Street.
Plan
Endorsed: a) Assignment of the above lease by Joseph Johnson to James Wilkinson. 17 Feb 1818
b) Surrender of the above lease by Elizabeth Shorey to Sir Francis Henry Goldsmid. 16 Mar 1826
(See also M1511)

COUNTERPART of M1492 (without endorsements)  M1493  26 Feb 1818

Former reference: B.R.A. 1643

LEASE for 61 years  M1494  31 May 1817

Former reference: B.R.A. 1643

Contents:
Asher Goldsmid to Samuel Taylor.
A piece of ground on the north side of Wellington Street and one on the south side, on each of which S. Taylor has built two messuages.
Plan

?COUNTERPART of M1494  M1495  31 May 1817

Former reference: B.R.A. 1643

Contents:
N.B. Plan differs slightly.

LEASE for 61 years  M1496  1 Sep 1817

Former reference: B.R.A. 1643

Contents:
Asher Goldsmid to John Thomas Bowden.
A piece of ground and a messuage on the south side of Wellington Street.
Plan

LEASE for 61 years (from 1816)  M1497  22 Apr 1818

Former reference: B.R.A. 1643

Contents:
Asher Goldsmid to Richard Green.
A piece of ground and eight messuages on the south side of Wellington Street.
Plan

LEASE for 61 years (from 1816)  M1498  20 May 1818; 18 Jan 1877

Former reference: B.R.A. 1643

Contents:
Asher Goldsmid to Hugh Hughes.
A piece of ground on the north side of Wellington Street, on which H. Hughes has built a messuage.
Plan
Endorsed: Surrender of the above lease by Thomas Grey to Sir Francis Henry Goldsmid.

COUNTERPART to M1498 (without endorsement)  M1499  20 May 1818

Former reference: B.R.A. 1643

LEASE for 61 years (from 1816)  M1500  5 June 1818

Former reference: B.R.A. 1643

Contents:
Asher Goldsmid to John Hipsley.
Two messuages on the south side of Wellington Street.
Plan
Endorsed: Surrender of the above lease by Henry Hodgetts Deacon to Sir Francis Henry Goldsmid. 29 Dec 1876

LEASE for 61 years (from 1815)  M1501  5 June 1818

Former reference: B.R.A. 1643

Contents:
Asher Goldsmid to James Bull.
Six messuages on the north side of Wellington Street, which James Bull has built.
Plan
Endorsed: As M1479

LEASE for 61 years (from 1816)  M1502  14 Dec 1818

Former reference: B.R.A. 1643

Contents:
Asher Goldsmid, at the request of Samuel Taylor, to William Little.
A piece of ground on the north side of Wellington Street and one on the south side, on each of which William Little has built two messuages.
Plan

LEASE for 61 years  M1503  31 July 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1643

Contents:
Asher Goldsmid to William Little.
A piece of ground at the west end of Wellington Street, on which William Little has built five messuages.
Plan

LEASE for 61 years (from 1818)  M1504  3 Aug 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1643

Contents:
Asher Goldsmid to John Stocker.
A piece of ground on the south side of Wellington Street, on which John Stocker has built a messuage.

LEASE for 61 years (from 1818)  M1505  9 Aug 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1643

Contents:
Asher Goldsmid to Samuel Rodman.
A piece of ground and a messuage on the south side of Wellington Street.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1506  22 May 1849

Former reference: B.R.A. 1643

Contents:
Timothy Shorey and Charles Shorey to Ebenezer Shorey (all sons of Timothy Shorey deceased).
The lease in M1492 (Nos. 12 and 13 Wellington Street).

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1507  1 Oct 1855

Former reference: B.R.A. 1643

Contents:
Anna Duerdin and John Duerdin to Edward Crafer.
A lease of Nos. 33 and 34 Wellington Street formerly Nos. 1 and 2 (south side). [?Part of the property in M1494].

LEASE for 80¾ years  M1508  28 Oct 1857

Former reference: B.R.A. 1643

Contents:
Francis Henry Goldsmid to William Stunt and George Luker.
The property in M1495.

CONVEYANCE  M1509  13 July 1870

Former reference: B.R.A. 1643

Contents:
Matthew Richmond to his niece Mary Ann Lloyd.
No. 1a Wellington Street.
Endorsed: Acknowledgement by M.A. Lloyd that this conveyance is void as the freehold of the property is held by Sir Franics Henry Goldsmid.
The lease has expired.

CONVEYANCE  M1510  29 Sep 1875

Former reference: B.R.A. 1643

Contents:
Sir F.H.Goldsmid to the London School Board. Charles Frederick Selby and George Selby, Mumford, trustees of Marice Selby, assign their leasehold interest to the Board.
Five of the messuages in M1501: Nos. 11 to 15 Wellington Street.
Plan

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1511  18 Jan 1820

Former reference: B.R.A. 1643

Contents:
James Wilkinson to Timothy Shorey.
The lease in M1492 (see also M1506).

COPIES OF COURT ROLL  M1512  1681-1704

Former reference: AR

Contents:
File of six documents, relating to a cottage, garden and orchard, and a fourth part of a close of pasture, on the east side of Homerton Street, Lordshold Manor.
(i) Admission of Susan and Robert Aldwinckle (after the death of Susan Grey), and surrender by them to uses to be specified in Susan Aldwinckle's will. 17 May 1681
(ii) (mortgage) 17 May 1681
Surrender of Susan and Robert Aldwinckle to the use of Elizabeth Meadows (after the death of Susan Grey), unless repayment is made.
Endorsed: Acknowledgement by Elizabeth Meadows of repayment, 13 April 1683.
(iii) (mortgage) 13 Apr 1683
Surrender by Robert and Susan Aldwinckle to the use of John Kirton (after the death of Susan Grey) unless repayment is made.
Endorsed: Acknowledgement by ?D. Pireon of repayment, 19 June 1699.
(iv) Ruling by the court on the division into four of the field, and the maintenance of the fences. 5 Apr 1689
(v) Surrender by Robert and Susan Aldwinckle to the use of William Saller. 19 June 1699
(vi) Surrender by William Saller to uses to be specified in his will. 21 Apr 1704

COPIES OF COURT ROLL  M1513  1634-1671

Former reference: AR

Contents:
File of seven documents.
(i) Surrender of Francis Bickley senior and admission of William and Susan Roberts.
Three cottages with appertenances in Church Street, Hackney.
(ii) Admission of William Roberts. 24 June 1637
A parcel of waste ground adjoining his houses.
(iii) Surrender by Francis Bickley junior and admission of Thomas and Jane Browne. 21 Nov 1643
Three cottages with appertenances in Church Street, Hackney (connected with the cottages in (i))
(iv) Licence for Thomas and Jane Browne to lease to George Willis for 20 years a tenement in Church Street (one of those in (iii)). 21 Nov 1643
(v) (mortgage) 11 Jan 1748/9
Surrender by John Snape and admission of Francis Benninge, unless repayment is made. Surrender by Francis Bennine to uses to be specified in his will.
A tenement, a garden and three acres of land, in the eastern part of Clapton.
(vi) (mortgage) 2 May 1648
Admission of John Snape junior on the death of his father John Snape.
A tenement and garden in the eastern part of Clapton, and three acres of land by Ducketts Lane, Clapton.
(vii) Surrender by Thomas and Jane Browne to their use for life and then to the use of Anne Garnett. 15 July 1671
Three tenements in Church Street, Hackney.

QUITCLAIM  M1514  30 Nov 1567

Former reference: AR

Contents:
William Munne to his brother John Munne.
William Munne's interest in the former property of his father John in Hackney [cf. M925 etc., Poor Field].

FINAL CONCORD (both parts)  M1515  Nov 1605

Contents:
John Munne to Richard Simonds.
Twelve acres of pasture in Hackney and Stepney. [cf. 925 etc., Poor Field].

ADMISSION (Copy of Court Roll)  M1516  9 Apr 1684

Former reference: AR

Contents:
Admission of Anne Woods (formerly Garnett) following the death of Thomas and Jane Browne.
The tenements in M1513 (vii) and an adjoining piece of ground.

CONVEYANCE (recovery - Copy of Court Roll)  M1517  8 Oct 1684

Former reference: AR

Contents:
Anne and Isaac Woods to Edward Habervil, to the use of Anne Woods, who is given license to lease the property to Thomas Hopkins.
The three tenements in M1516, now six cottages.

CONVEYANCE (Copy of Court Roll)  M1518  19 Aug 1704

Former reference: AR

Contents:
Surrender by Thomas and Elizabeth Brushfield and Mary and Katherine Cope, and admission of John and Elizabeth Brookes to the use of Elizabeth Brookes for life, then of her heirs (details given)
A messuage with grounds and outbuildings, and a close of pasture adjoining, in Mare Street (Kingshold)

ADMISSION AND MORTGAGE (Copy of Court Roll)  M1519  1 Apr 1714

Former reference: AR

Contents:
Admission of Thomas Norris (minor), Alice Bostock and Mary Cheeseman, on the death of Anne Woods, and surrender by them (mortgage) to Thomas Warham unless repayment is made.
The property in M1517

ANOTHER COPY of M1519 (omitting mortgage)  M1520  1 Apr 1714

SURRENDER (Copy of Court Roll)  M1521  11 Feb 1717/18

Former reference: AR


Related information: See also M3209-3210

Contents:
Surrender by Thomas Morris (now of age) to the use of Thomas Warham.
One third share in the property in M1519, now seven cottages.

MORTGAGE (Copy of Court Roll)  M1522  11 Mar 1723/4

Former reference: AR

Contents:
Surrender by Silvanus Horton and Thomas and Elizabeth Warham to the use of Dame Rachael Beck, unless repayment is made.
Four newly-built messuages in Church Street, Hackney (Kingshold).

CONVEYANCE (Copy of Court Roll)  M1523  16 Dec 1725

Former reference: AR


Related information: See also M3211

Contents:
Thomas Warham has become bankrupt; three Commissioners have conveyed the property to William Yelloly. Silvanus Horton quitclaims his share and William Yelloly is admitted and then surrenders the property to uses to be specified in his will.
The four messuages in M1522 and a fifth which is being built, near the Brook in Church Street, Hackney (Kingshold).

COPY OF COURT ROLL  M1524  6 Apr 1727

Former reference: AR

Contents:
Recording a presentment by the court concerning the ditch on the boundary of the property in M1523.

COPY OF COURT ROLL  M1525  21 Apr 1715

Former reference: AR

Contents:
Presentment by the court stating the amount of waste land near the Three Black Birds at Newington in the parish of Hackney that Mr. Abraham Gamage may enclose (with the licence of the lord) without prejudice to the tenant of the manor (Lordshold)

MARRIAGE LICENCES (3, fastened together)  M1526  1803

Former reference: AR

Contents:
Archbishop's licences to John Grove and Susannah Walton, 16 July 1803; John Jones and Sarah Boynett, 2 June 1803; and Rev. Samuel Garnett and Deborah Cranmer, 16 July 1803; all to be married at St. John's Hackney.

LICENCE TO DEMISE  M1527  17 Apr 1610

Former reference: AR

Contents:
James Dean and Oliffe his wife are given licence to lease to Thomas Havers for seven years a messuage, garden and orchard in Homerton Street, and Slowe Meadow (nine acres), Stamford Hill. Manor of Hackney.

PROBATE INVENTORY  M1528  c. 1590

Contents:
Detailed inventory of the goods of Sir Roger Townshend, courtier, ?1543 - 1590, at Rainham (Norfolk), Stoke Newington, and the Barbican (London).

ABSTRACT OF TITLE  M1529  c. 1816

Former reference: B.R.A. 1526

Contents:
Title of the Earl of Darnley and his son Lord Clifton to 130 messuages and 16 acres of land in the Moorfields area (street names given), 1724 - 1816. Recites building leases.
[M1529 - 1535 are said to relate to 5 Clifton Street and 1 Princes Street].

LEASE AND RELEASE  M1530 - M1531  19 - 20 Feb 1817

Former reference: B.R.A. 1526

Contents:
Abraham Moore (trustee for Lords Darnley and Clifton) to Francis Dorrell in trust for Thomas Loveland.
A parcel of ground with a newly-built messuage on the west side of Clifton Street, and a parcel of ground and messuage on the south side of Princes Street, Shoreditch, subject to leases.

DEED OF GRANT  M1532  31 May 1557
Language:  Latin

Contents:
1. Thomas Marow of ? Rudsin, Warwicks, gent.
2. Thomas Haddon of Hoxton, Mdx. moneyer.
1. grants to 2. an annuity of 40s, payable on the income from the manor, of Birmingham, Warwicks (which belongs to 1.) to be paid throughout the life time of Margaret Harryonge of Hoxton.
Signed by Thomas Marow.

LEASE AND RELEASE  M1533 - M1534  6 - 7 Oct 1817

Former reference: B.R.A. 1526

Contents:
Abraham Moore (trustee for Lords Darnley and Clifton) to Francis Dorrell in trust for Thomas Loveland.
A parcel of ground and a messuage on the east side of Clifton Street, a parcel of ground and two messuages on the northern corner of Clifton Street and Worship Street; a parcel of ground and a warehouse on the south side of Worship Street, a parcel of ground and two messuages on the south side of Princes Street; a parcel of ground and a messuage on the southern corner of Paul Street and North Street; all subject to leases. (Shoreditch).

ASSIGNMENT OF MORTGAGE  M1535  7 Oct 1817

Former reference: B.R.A. 1526

Contents:
Thomas Crosse assigns to Richard Laycock in trust for Thomas Loveland a mortgage on the properties in M1534.

SALE PARTICULARS  M1536  13 Aug 1857

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
Leasehold of No. 2 Woodbine Cottages, Stamford Road, De Beauvoir Town.

ABSTRACT OF TITLE, AND REQUISITIONS OF TITLE  M1537  1857

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
Title of Mr. John Wilson to the leasehold of No. 2 Woodbine Cottages, Stamford Road, and adjacent land, 1845 - 1857.
Plan

DRAFT AGREEMENT TO ASSIGN LEASES  M1538  26 Sep 1857

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
Joseph Wilson to John Thistlewood.
No. 2 Woodbine Cottage, Stamford Road, and adjacent land.

ASSIGNMENT OF LEASES  M1539  13 Dec 1858

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
John Thistlewood to Robert B. Gilson, intrust for John Thistlewood for life, then for his wife Martha, then for her heirs.
The property in M1538.

AGREEMENT TO ASSIGN LEASES  M1540  9 Feb 1860

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
Robert B. Gibson and John Thistlewood to John Smith.
The property in M1538.

COPY DRAFT ASSIGNMENT OF LEASES  M1541  17 Mar 1860

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622


Related information: See M1540

SALE PARTICULARS  M1542  12 Oct 1843

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
Nos. 3, 4 and 5 Queen's Road, Nos. 27 and 28 Middleton Road, and Nos. 16, 17, 18 and 19, Holly Street, all leasehold. (Dalston)

LETTER  M1543  25 Nov 1843

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
D. S. Vanderbergh, Dalston, to Messrs. Wilkinson & Co., 5 Chancery Lane.
The writer cannot have a fire in the small room until the chimney has been built up to the prescribed height, and he asks for this to be done, Mention of Mr. Hendre.

DRAFT SURRENDER OF MORTGAGE  M1544  1844

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
James Barry to Charles Tunstall Hyde.
Leasehold property (unspecified - endorsement says "in Queen's Row, Dalston") for merly held by Joh Hugh Hendre. J. Wilkinson has been concerned in the precedding transactions.

COPY WILL  M1545  1807-1809

Contents:
Dated 14 Aug 1807
Proved 3 Aug 1809
Nathaniel Catherwood of 18 Charles Square, Hoxton. (Will, codicil and probate).
The lease of No. 18 Charles Square and household goods to his wife; shares, and his interest in a Letter Foundery to the use of his wife, then of his children Elizabeth, Caroline, Nathaniel, George, Edmund, and William Henry.
Trustees: John James Catherwood and Thomas Wade, grocer.

COPY WILL  M1546  8 May 1861

Contents:
Elizabeth Maddox of Marsh Street, Walthamstow, widow.
No. 19 Felton Terrace, Hoxton (leasehold), to her son Alfred Maddox; No. 9 Laura Place, Hackney (leasehold) to her daughter Mary Maddox; and properties in Camberwell, Walworth and Lambeth, Surrey, and personal estate, to the above and to her son Joseph Maddox, daughter Elizabeth Harding, niece Elizabeth Deane, and grandchildren Emily Frances Jane Wainwright and Frederick Harding.
Executors: Mary Maddox, John Peter Laroder of Stoke Newington, gent., and William Henry White of Thames Ditton, Surrey.

MILITIA SUBSTITUTE CERTIFICATE  M1547  25 Feb 1832

Source of acquisition: Transferred from CR, 1965.


Contents:
Certificate that Thomas Payton, ballotted to serve in the King's Own Light Infantry Regiment of Militia for the parish of Shoreditch has produced George Summers as substitute.

LETTER  M1548  2 Feb 1860

Contents:
W. Stone, S. Paul's, Haggerston, to the Editor of the Shoreditch Observer.
After the consecration service, the Bishop congratulated Mr. Stone on having a church "well adapted for our simple Protestant ritual," and congratulated the architect, Mr. Blomfield.

COPY ARBITRATION  M1549  6 Feb 1696/7

Source of acquisition: Transferred from CR 1965.



Related information: See also M3381

Contents:
Judgement by Francis Tyssen of Hackney, Alexander Pitfield of Shoreditch and William Withers of St. Giles without Cripplegate, that a disputed piece of land on the west side of Kingsland Road north of Balmes shall belong to the parish of Hackney, not Shoreditch. The two parishes are to be jointly responsible for repairing the road.
Signed by churchwardens and vestrymen of each parish.
(See Robinson, History of Hackney, v.Ip.165)

LETTER  M1550  21 Jan 1860

Source of acquisition: Transferred from CR 1965.


Contents:
James Wilkinson, 1 Oxford Terrace, Middleton Road, Kingsland N.E., to Thomas E. Cornell.
The writer asks his correspondent to give a humerous recitation at "the soiree in connection with our Association at Bishopsgate Chapel" on 7 Feb.

DESCRIPTION OF SHOREDITCH  M1551  14 Oct 1788

Source of acquisition: Transferred from CR 1965.


Contents:
Copy of a description of the parish, by "a parishioner", from the Star Evening Paper.
Describes the area, parish administration (including the Watch), churches, almshouses, and amenities.

SUBSCRIPTION RECEIPT  M1552  28 Jul 1884

Former reference: AR

Contents:
Receipt for a subscription to the East Metropolitan Volunteer Fire Brigade, 123 Well Street, Hackney.
(Engraving of fireman and appliance).

COPY OF COURT ROLL  M1553  28 June 1676

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
Surrender by John Shelly, Edward Wood and John and Mary Keeling, to the use of Joanna wife of John Pinchbeck (formerly wife of Moses Keeling) for life, then of John and Mary Keeling. Surrender by John Keeling to uses to be specified in his will.
The Tower Place (messuage, cottage and ourbuildings) in Homerton near Hackney Marsh, a cottage in Homerton Street [north side], closes called Pokeshorne, the Widows Close, and Quabbs, and land in Laurence Meadow and elsewhere in the manor.
Attached: a) Abstract of the whole proceedings (including a common recovery) and of the descent of the property since 1653.
b) Note (two copies) of a recovery levied in Michaelmas Term 1676, involving John and Mary Keeling.

COPY OF M1553 (without attachments).  M1554  28 June 1676

COPY OF COURT ROLL  M1555  2 Sep 1684

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
Admission of Joanna Pinchbeck, now Joanna Hussey, under the will of John Keeling. She and Thomas Hussey surrender the property to her use for life, then to the use of Thomas Hussey, then to uses to be specified in his will.
The Tower Place (long since ruined and deserted) and the other properties in M1553.

COPY OF COURT ROLL  M1556  2 July 1720

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
Surrender by Thomas Hussey to the use of Sir William Lewen.
The property in M1555.

COPY OF COURT ROLL  M1557  12 June 1723

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
Admission of George, Charles and Robert Lewen, nephews and heirs of Sir William Lewen deceased.
The property in M1555.

COPY OF M1557  M1558  [n.d.]

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

COPY OF COURT ROLL  M1559  30 Apr 1736

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
Presentment that George Lewen has committed waste on the property in M1557 by demolishing a messuage on the north side of Homerton Street and by felling trees (details given, including field-names).

COPY OF COURT ROLL  M1560  15 May 1740

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
Because of the waste he committed (see M1559) George Lewin's third share in the property in M1557 was forfeit to the lord of the manor; it is now re-granted to him. He is also admitted to a half of the share of Charles Lewen deceased. He then surrenders his property to uses to be specified in his will.

MORTGAGE (Copy of Court Roll)  M1561  6 June 1740

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
George Lewen surrender his share of the property in M1557 to the use of Edmond Shuttleworth, unless repayment is made.

COPY OF COURT ROLL  M1562  3 Apr 1741

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
Robert Lewen is admitted to half the third share of Charles Lewen deceased in the property in M1557, which he surrenders to uses to be specified in his will.

LICENCE TO DEMISE  M1563  10 Apr 1752

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
William Phillips and William Lukin are given leave to lease their copyhold property for 21 years. [The property in M1557 - information in M1564].

MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS  M1564  18th century

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
17 papers concerning the descent 1565 - 1762 of an estate in Homerton consisting of the copyhold property in M1553 - 1563 and also freehold property, and the difficulty of distinguishing the freehold from the copyhold. The estate included a capital messuage and outbuildings and three other messuages on the north side of Homerton Street by Wally or Cobb's Lane, and lands in Homerton and Hackney Marsh (details given). Includes sketch plans of the messuages; a note of a rent charge payable to the poor of the parish, 1706; a rental [1740]; and papers concerning lands in Sheering, Essex, purchased by Col. Thos. Glyn 1804 - 1813. (The Homerton estate descended to the Glyn family.)

SALE PARTICULARS  M1565  18 July 1827

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
Nos. 89, 90 and 91 Shoreditch [High Street] - freehold dwelling - houses with front shops, workshops, ware-rooms and outbuildings.

LEASE for 21 years  M1566  1 Nov 1834

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
Mary Gordon, James and Elizabeth Sophia Rae, Jefferies Spranger and Robert James to Charles Dear.
Nos. 21 and 22 Holywell Street, Shoreditch (east side) shop and warehouse.
Plan

LEASE FOR 15½ years  M1567  28 December 1839

Former reference: B.R.A. 1622

Contents:
Charles Dear to John Smallpage Mallett.
The property in M1566.

WILL AND PROBATE  M1568  30 Nov 1871-17 Jan 1872

Former reference: B.R.A. 1540

Contents:
Joseph Rotherham of Chatsworth Road, Clapton Park.
All his estate and effects to be sold for the benefit of his children (not named). His uncle Jeremiah Rotherham is appointed executor.

WILL AND PROBATE  M1569  1 July 1872-21 Dec 1874

Former reference: B.R.A. 1550

Contents:
Thomas Champion of 22 Downs Park Road, gent.
All his real and personal estate to his wife Elizabeth Rachel Champion, who is appointed executrix.

SURRENDER OF MORTGAGE  M1570  [?3 Apr] 1899

Former reference: B.R.A. 1550

Contents:
The executors of Charles James Ellis to the executors of Thomas Barnard.
Nos. 224 and 226 Victoria Park Road (formerly No. 2 and 3 Eaton Terrace, Grove Road), Nos. 12, 13, 14 and 15 Anton Road, Amhurst Road, No. 13 Queen Ann Road (leasehold) and Nos. 11 and 12 Queen Ann Road (leasehold), all in Hackney.

COPY WILL  M1571  dated 24 Nov 1855; proved 24 May 1856

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678.

Contents:
William Stidolph of Rose Cottage, Hackney.
All his estate to his wife Susanna for life, then No. 13 Tyssen Terrace (leasehold) to his niece Sarah Ann Franks, one leasehold house at Upper Clapton to his nephew William Stidolph Harris, and another to his niece Elizabeth Harris. Two other leasehold houses in Upper Clapton, and one at 46 Lambs Conduit Street, to various trusts. Other personal bequests. His wife and Nathaniel Starkey appointed executors.

DRAFT LEASE for 21 years  M1572  4 Dec 1861

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678.

Contents:
Elizabeth Harris to Louisa Upcraft.
A dwelling house, stationers shop and premises in Upper Clapton Road, on the southern corner with Wood Street.

DRAFT ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1573  19 June 1862

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678.

Contents:
Nathaniel Starkey, as executor, to Elizabeth Harris.
The property in M1572 which is the messuages devised to Elizabeth Harris in M1571.

DRAFT ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE  M1574  19 June 1862

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678.

Contents:
Elizabeth Harris to Nathaniel Starkey.
The messuage bequeathed in M1571 to W.S. Harris (who has died without issue), which is a dwelling house, chemist's shop and premises in Upper Clapton Road, to the south of the property in M1572.

DRAFT ABSTRACT OF TITLE  M1575  1862

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678.

Contents:
Title of Elizabeth Harris to the property in M1572 and M1574 (and details of premises to the west of them in Wood Street), 1826 - 1851.

LIST OF DEEDS abstracted in M1575.  M1576  [n.d.]

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678.

RECEIPT FOR DEEDS  M1577  24 Feb 1863

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678.

Contents:
Relating to the properties in M1572 and M1574, received by Nathaniel Starkey from Elizabeth Harris.

DRAFT MEMORIALS FOR REGISTRATION of M1573 and M1574. plan (M1579)  M1578 - M1579  1862

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678.

COPY CASE AND OPINION on the title of Elizabeth Harris to the properties in M1573 and M1574.  M1580 - M1581  1862

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678.

PLAN of the properties mentioned in M1571 - M1575.  M1582  c. 1862

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678.

Contents:
¼" to 3 feet.

LETTERS  M1583 - M1588  2 Apr 1862 - 19 June 1862

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
Relating to arrangement for the transactions in M1572 and M1574.

COPY CONVEYANCE (and related papers)  M1589  1852

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678.

Contents:
1. John Alliston, late of Freeman's Court, Cornhill, now of Warnford Court, Throgmorton Street, Esq.
2. John Amos of Chatham Place, Hackney, Esq.
3. John Randall of the Inner Temple, London.
1 to 2 (3 as trustee), a cottage, outbuildings and lands in Harmondsworth, Mdx., subject to a 99 year lease to John Cooper. (see also M1596)

NOTICE OF DILAPIDATIONS  M1590  31 July 1869

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
Brundrett & Co. acting for the owners (John Turner, Charles Collier Jones and Henry Thomas Harrison) require John Smith, baker, to carry out specified repairs to his leasehold house, shop, baker's oven and outbuildings at 121 Brick Lane, Bethnal Green (formerly owned by John Amos - see M1594)

NOTICE OF DILAPIDATIONS and related papers  M1591  3 Oct 1875

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
Brundrett & Co. acting for the owners (Lewis M. W. Winter and Selina his wife) require George Smith, Henry James Lewis and Edward Lewis to carry out specified repairs to No. 96 Horseferry Road, Westminster.

Deeds relating to Selina Amos (nee Clack)  M1592-M1595  1855-1868

Contents:
An original bundle

CASE AND OPINION  M1592  Oct 1855 - Jan 1856

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678.

Contents:
Concerning the marriage settlement (1827) between John Amos and Selina Clack.
Properties in Brick Lane, Spitalfields.

DRAFT APPOINTMENT OF TRUSTEES  M1593  1856

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
1. Selina Amos, of 12 Chatham Place, Hackney, widow.
2. Selina Amos of the same place, spinster.
3. John Turner junr. of Heneage Street, Spitalfields, brewer.
Philip James Chabot, of 41 Claremont Square, Pentonville, Esq.
Thomas Clark, of Adelaide Road, Camden Town.
3 are appointed as new trustees of the marriage settlement of 1 and John Amos deceased as regards the trust funds; they are to pay the income to 1 for life, then to transfer the stocks to 2.

DRAFT APPOINTMENT OF TRUSTEES and related papers  M1594  1868

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
1. Selina Amos of 12 Chatham Place, Hackney, widow. John Turner.
2. Charles Collier Jones.
3. Henry Thomas Harrison.
1 appoint 2 as addition trustees for funds held by them under the will of John Amos.

DRAFT MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT  M1595  1868

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678.

Contents:
1. Selina Amos, of 12 Chatham Place, Hackney, spinster.
2. Lewis Miller Wilmot Winter.
[Trustees not named]
In consideration of the intended marriage of 1 and 2, 1 conveys the property (and stocks) to trustees (trusts specified)
Nos. 120 and 121 Brick Lane, Bethnal Green, land on the east of Brick Lane.

Deeds relating to John Amos and Selina Amos  M1596-M1612  1827-1856

Contents:
An original bundle

PLAN of property at Sisson Green, Mdx., taken from a conveyance by Boehm's trustees to John Alliston  M1596  20 Sep 1827

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678


Related information: (see also M1589)

LETTERS  M1597 - M1611  20 Nov 1855 - 10 July 1856

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
Concerning trusts under the will and marriage settlement of John Amos, between Selina Amos (widow), Brundrett, Randall & Govett, solicitors, and other interested parties.

COPY APPOINTMENT OF TRUSTEES  M1612  25 Jan 1886

Former reference: B.R.A. 1678

Contents:
1. John Turner of Heneage Street, Spitalfields, brewer.
2. Lewis Miller Wilmot Winter of Clements, Snaresbrook, Essex, Esq., and Selina his wife.
3. John Turner (see 1)
Charles Payne Collier Jones of Chancery Lane, Mdx. wine merchant.
John Williams Randall of the Inner Temple, solicitor.
2 appoint 3 (in place of 1 alone) as their trustees under the will of John Amos.

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