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Reference 2030
Covering dates c.17th - 20th century
Held by Shropshire Archives
Extent 10 Sub-Fonds
Source of acquisition RECORDS DEPOSITED BY MESSRS. SALWEY AND RICKARDS SOLICITORS OF MILL STREET, LUDLOW, 28 JUNE 1968.
Creators Salwey and Rickards, of Ludlow, Shropshire, solicitors



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Contents:
Charities

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Contents:
Ludlow Municipal Charities

[no title]  2030/1/1  1838-76

Contents:
Ledger
Charities of Dean Langford, Walters, Tomlyne, Candlands, Archer, Susan Cay, Lloyd, Beetenson, Ann Smith, Susannah Smith, Foxe, Aldermand Davies Miss Phillips, Mrs Handford, Mrs Robinson, G. Williams, Blue Coat School, Alderman Meyricke, Lane, Hollingsworth & Nash, Morgan, Dr Sonnibank, Horne, Meyricke & Tourneur and Long.

[no title]  2030/1/2  1863-1906

Contents:
Charles Foxes Charity in Ludlow Borough and Bromfield Parish Minute Book containing the order of the Charity Commissioners of 24 July 1863 with the scheme that the Charity be under the management of the Trustees of the Municipal Charities of Ludlow.
Schedule of property:-
A house at the Cross & in Angle Lane, Worcester (Messrs. Manning =117= £150 p.a.)
A house in Broad St., Worcester (Messrs James & Rice =117= £45 p.a.)
Chapel yard & house in Ludlow (Robert Atkins, builder =117= £1 15s p.a.)
Annual rent of 13/4 from premises in Dinham belonging to the Rev.R. Meyricke
Annual rent of 15/- from the Chapel Leasows, Bromfield, of representatives of the late Hon. R.W. Clive, decd.
£498 2s 6d 3% Consolidated Annuities - annual dividend £14 18s 10d
The Almshouse buildings in Corve Street.

[no title]  2030/1/3  1889-1934

Contents:
Ledger
Foxe's Almshouse
Rents of Worcester property, of Linney Houses, and of 61 Broad St, etc.
Inmates, pensions, almshouses.

[no title]  2030/1/4  1859-1930

Contents:
Minute Book - Municipal Charities of Ludlow Borough

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Contents:
King Edward VI's Charities

[no title]  2030/1/5  1849-1889

Contents:
Minute Book
Hosyers Almshouses, Preacher of Ludlow and the Assistant to the Rector, and the School to 1876.

[no title]  2030/1/6  1890-1912

Contents:
Minute Book

[no title]  2030/1/7  1847-77

Contents:
Ledger of the Ludlow Charity Estate.

[no title]  2030/1/8  1877-1920

Contents:
Ledger Edward the Sixth's Charity

[no title]  2030/1/9  1847-54

Contents:
Account Book - Day Book of King Edward VI's Charity

[no title]  2030/1/10  1848-54

Contents:
Contingency Account Book

[no title]  2030/1/11  1848-54

Contents:
Delapidation Account Book

[no title]  2030/1/12  1883-1907

Contents:
Cash Book

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Contents:
General

[no title]  2030/1/13-14  1853-1915

Contents:
Lists of inmates, special donations, deaths of inmates, of Hosyers and Foxe's Almshouses, newspaper cuttings (1 loose).

[no title]  2030/1/15  1938-42

Contents:
Newspaper cuttings re the Municipal Charities and Ludlow Grammar School.

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Contents:
Consolidated Municipal Charity

[no title]  2030/1/16  1914-45

Contents:
Minute Book of the Consolidated Municipal Charity (Ecclesiastical Branch)

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Contents:
Enclosed

[no title]  2030/1/17  1914

Contents:
Declaration of the Trustees of the Consolidated Municipal Charity

[no title]  2030/1/18  31 December 1945

Contents:
Printed statement of accounts of the Consolidated Municipal Charity and Foxe's Charity, and Ludlow Minor Municipal Charities for the year ending

[no title]  2030/1/19  1947-1957

Contents:
Consolidated Municipal Charity (Ecclesiastical Branch)
Minute Book 1947-55
Palmers Guild Ludlow Charity
Minutes 1957

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Contents:
Ludlow Grammar School

[no title]  2030/1/20-21  7 November 1871

Copies information: 2 copies


Contents:
Agreement
1. The Rev. Edward Farrington Clayton of Ludlow, Rector of Ludlow George Cocking of Ludlow, Esq.
Edward Coals of the Combe, Presteign, Radnor, Esq.
John Cranstoun of Ludlow, Banker
John Minor Kilvert of Palm Hill nr. Wem, gent.
Richard Marston of Ludlow, gent
Francis Richard Southern of Ludlow, gent.
William Edwards Brettell Vaughan of Ludlow, Esq.
William Whiteman of Ludlow, gent.
Trustees of the Municipal Charities of Ludlow
2. Sir Charles Henry Rouse Boughton of Downton Hall, bart.
Richard Betton of Overton, Esq.
Heber Rickards of Ludlow, ironmonger
William Thomas Bessell of Ludlow, draper
Ernest James Davies of Ludlow, gent.
John Southern of Ludlow, Esq.
Edward Farrington Clayton
George Cocking
John Cranstoun,
Richard Marston
Francis Richard Southern
William Whiteman
Governors of Ludlow Grammar School
Recital of the "Act for carrying into effect an agreement respecting the estate of the Corporation of the Borough of Ludlow and other estate vested in the said Corporation in trust either partly or in whole for certain Charitable uses and for appropriating certain estates to the Charity hereinafter mentioned and declaring the trusts thereof and for making provisions for the payment of the debts of the said Corporation and other purposes" inter alia enacted that the houses and lands in the schedule to the Act should be vested in Trustees (of which Richard Jones late of Ludlow, bookseller, deceased was one) and the property and sums in the Act to be held by the Trustees on trusts in a scheme to be settled by a Master of the Court of Chancery in pursuance of an Order of the said Court of 14 February 1846, in substitution of rights to any estate theretofore belonging to the said Charity comprised in the Charter of Edward VI. The scheme was settled and approved by the Court of Chancery. The scheme was remodelled and the Charities have been administered under a scheme of The Charity Commissioners for England and Wales, of 8 July 1862.
The Charity Commissioners recently by powers of The Endowed Schools Acts of 1869, 1873 & 1874 made a scheme No. 386 relating to Ludlow Grammar School, (one of the Municipal Charities in the Act) which was approved by Her Majesty on 28 November 1876, where it was provided that the school and endowments be a separate foundation and administered as such according to the scheme by the Governing Body - "The Ludlow Grammar School". The Endowment of the school was to be £8,333 6s 8d Consols and land and buildings appropriated exclusively for the purposes of the school and other lands of the Charity or Charities estimated according to a present rental to produce the net yearly income of £500; the said lands for the school to be vested in the Official Trustee of Charity lands, in trust for the school. The Consols should be vested in the Official Trustees of Charitable Funds, in trust for the School. The Governors were to be 12 parties of the 2nd part to be the Governors.
The land and building hitherto appropriated for the purposes of the school and which by virtue of the scheme already is vested in the Official Trustee, is to consist of the following: the school house and Master's Residence; the house hitherto attached to the office of Usher; a house and garden called Barnaby House, and an iron schoolroom adjoining the school house and erected in the garden.
The lands of the Trustees and held on trusts of Ludlow Municipal Charities consist of those in the schedule - those in the first part of the schedule produce net yearly income of £500. The legal estate in all the premises above is now outstanding in Henry Jones of Ludlow, bookseller and Richard Williams of the same place, gent, the devisees of Trust Estates in the will of 26 January 1877 of Richard Jones who survived his co-trustee, and died on 28 March 1877.
It is declared that the premises in the first part of the schedule should remain appropriated exclusively to Ludlow Grammar School. The premises in the second part for the purposes of the Municipal Charities of Ludlow, other than the school. All the premises are to be vested in the Official Trustee of Charity land - the first in trust for the school and the second for the Charities.
Schedule - parts 1 and 2.
Part 1 of Schedule
Meadow land in Bromfield and Stanton Lacey and Overton Farm, Richard's Castle - 132 acres
The schoolhouse, Master's house, Barnaby House, iron schoolroom, and Under Master's house, on West side of Mill Street.
Part 2 of Schedule
The House in Old Street, Ludlow, attached to the Office of Lecturer; the house in the churchyard, Ludlow, attached to the office of Reader
Property outside Ludlow Borough:-
Lands in Stanton Lacy and Ludford, farm and land in Greet and Burford, farm in Ludford, a public house and land in Munslow (Mary Hince), commonland in Abdon - 538a 2r 5p
Order of the Charity Commissioners 14 June 1878
Approval of the Charity Commissioners to the application of 25 May 1878 by the Rev. Edward F. Clayton and to arrangement made by the agreement, and order that the premises be appropriated as in the schedules.

[no title]  2030/1/22  1877-1946

Contents:
Ledger - property of Ludlow Grammar School

[no title]  2030/1/23-24  1899-1904, 1904-8 (2)

Contents:
Cash Books of Ludlow Grammar School

[no title]  2030/1/25-26  1909-20, 1920-26

Contents:
Cash Books

[no title]  2030/1/27  1912-43

Contents:
Draft Minute Book - Joint Committee of Ludlow Grammar School

[no title]  2030/1/28  1894-1927

Contents:
Staff Register, Ludlow Grammar School

[no title or date]  2030/1/28/1-12

Contents:
Papers

[no title]  2030/1/29  1938-44

Contents:
Register of Ludlow Grammar School
Special and Free Place Boys 1938-44
Day Boys, Worcester Boys, Hereford Boys, Birmingham Boys, Old Ludlovians, Salop Boys 1939-44

[no title or date]  2030/1/30-427

Contents:
File of Papers re Consolidated Municipal Charities

[no title]  2030/1/30-45  1919-26

Contents:
Order and draft orders of the Charity Commissioners, including instructions to surveyor.

[no title]  2030/1/46-51  3 July 1919

Contents:
Forms of application to the Charity Commissioners to authorize the sale of Charity property. (3)
Printed indentures to use as a precedent for conveying charity lands.
Printed form of the notice to be stuck on the conditions of sale, and notices.

[no title]  2030/1/52-66  28 July 1919

Contents:
Notices to quit charity lands

[no title]  2030/1/67-74  15 September 1919

Contents:
Conditions of sale, of property of the Ludlow Consolidated Municipal Charity, and contracts (6), and description of Lot 13.
Conditions of sale of 3 June 1926 (1)

[no title]  2030/1/75-77  1919

Contents:
Lot Numbers, names of purchasers, with prices paid &c.

[no title]  2030/1/78  1920

Contents:
Form for Incrment Value Duty

[no title]  2030/1/79-82  1919

Contents:
Draft solicitors' costs of the sale of the charity land

[no title]  2030/1/83-93  1919

Contents:
File of letters and loose letters re sale, including particulars of title and Land Tax

[no title]  2030/1/94-345  3.3.1919 to 25.11.20

Contents:
File of letters re Ludlow Charities

[no title]  2030/1/346-390  2.2.1920 to 24.11.21

Contents:
File of letter

[no title]  2030/1/391-2  18.12.1922

Contents:
2 loose letters

[no title]  2030/1/393-408  1.10.1924 to 1.9.26

Contents:
File of letters

[no title]  2030/1/409-425  19.3.26 to 3.12.26

Contents:
File of letter

[no title]  2030/1/426-7  n.d

Contents:
Lists of Trustees of the Charity

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Contents:
Deeds

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Contents:
Ashford Carbonell

[no title]  2030/2/1  July 1833

Contents:
Draft mortgage
1. Michael Jenkins of Ashford Carbonell, yeoman
2. Francis Price of Ludlow, treasurer of the Barley Mow Inn Friendly Society, Ludlow
House and garden at Ashford Carbonell, to secure £50 and interest.

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Contents:
Baschurch and Fitz

[no title]  2030/2/2  23 December 1794

Contents:
Articles of agreement
1. Edward Lea of Ludlow, Esq.
2. Benjamin Bather of Milton, Salop, gent.
Lease and release of 8 September 1773 between
1. John Jones, gent, Catharine his wife and Jane Jones their only child.
2. Roger Mall, gent
3. Bold Oliver, gent
John Yeomans, apothecary
4. Humphrey Sandford, Esq.
John Billingsley, gent
5. William Mall, butcher
John Oliver, gent.
Undivided ¼ of manor and lands limited after the marriage between Roger Mall and Jane Jones, subject to term of 100 years to Sandford and Billingsley to secure an annuity to John Jones and Catharine Jones, both deceased. To uses declared. The marriage took place. Roger Mall died intestate without issue. William Mall died. Lea is his executor. Jane Mall married John Billingsley who has died, and is now married to Benjamin Bather who is to purchase the reversion of the property for £5,400.
A house in Shrewsbury is to be conveyed to Lea.
¼ Manor of Fitz, of a house in Mitton and lands, named; a house in Mitton and lands, named; 2 houses in Mitton, one of which has been converted into a beasthouse; of a house in Yeaton (Edward Brayne, then John Thomas); of a house in Baschurch called the Old Woods; a house in Fitz; ahouse in Yagdons Lane; 2 water mills in Yeaton (Jos. Randle and Thomas Smith).

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Contents:
Bishop's Castle - Coldbatch

[no title]  2030/2/2/3  31 August 1821

Contents:
Draft conveyance of land in Colbatch, Bishop's Castle John Broome etc. to the Rev. Isaac Frowd

[no title]  2030/2/2/4  4 September 1821

Contents:
Draft indenture of 5 parts
Thomas Broome & other to Viscount Clive conveyance of lands in the parish of Colbatch.

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Contents:
Bucknell and Clun

[no title]  2030/2/5  24 February 1859

Contents:
Marriage Settlement
1. Edward Williams of Onibury, blacksmith
2. Elizabeth Clark of Bucknell, widow
3. William Stedman of Bucknell, farmer
William Edwards of Knighton, stationer
Marriage has been agreed between Edward Williams and Elizabeth Clark. It is agreed that the house, farm and lands called Perlogue to which Elizabeth Clark is entitled be conveyed to uses, charged with an annuity for Edward Williams for life. She is entitled to ¼ of the Plough Inn, Bucknell, under contract to be sold to William Stedman for £800.
Settlement of the farm called Perlogue in Clun (50a) (Edward Page) to Stedman and Edwards to uses:- Elizabeth is to receive the rents for life and at her death Williams is to receive an annuity of £20 from the rents. After the death of Elizabeth the farm will be subject to the uses of her will etc. and in default to her first son by Edward Williams and such son's male heirs; in default to the second and other sons and their sons, remainder to daughter or daughters of Edward Williams and Elizabeth as tenants in common; and in default to John William Stedman son of William Stedman and his heirs forever; if he dies under 21, to the use of his brother Richard Stedman and his heirs; if he dies under 21, then to Henry Crowe son of Richard Crowe of Bucknell and his heirs; if he dies under 21, to the heirs of Elizabeth Clark.
As to her ¼ of the Plough Inn, on trust to invest her ¼ of the purchase money in Government stock paying her interest; at her death as she appoints, and in default to her children equally, if none, between her nephew and nieces - Elizabeth Dodd, Caroline Hall Dodd, Henry Crowe, Ann Crowe, Helen Crowe and Richard Stedman.

[no title]  2030/2/6  21 August 1867

Contents:
Appointment of new trustee, transfer of estate and reassignment of mortgage debt
1. William Stedman of The Farm, Bucknell, farmer
2. Elizabeth Williams wife of Edward Williams of Bucknell, blacksmith
3. Thomas Peters of Knighton, Radnorshire, gent.
4. James Mellon Rocke of Knighton, tailor
Recital of settlement (2/5)
Mortgage of 26 March 1861 between
1. Samuel Watkins
2. William Stedman and William Edwards, decd.
£200 (¼ of £800) on the Queens Head in Knighton (Thomas Phillips) to 2. William Edwards died on 24 February last. William Stedman wishes Rocke to be a trustee, so grants to him the said trust property, and assigns to Peters the mortgage debt on trust to assign it to William Stedman and Rocke, and Stedman conveys to Rocke the Queen's Head to the use of Stedman and Rocke.
Dorse:- 21 August 1867
1. Thomas Peters
2. William Stedman and J.M. Rocke - assignment of mortgage debt of £200.

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Contents:
Caynham

[no title]  2030/2/7  24 March 1789

Contents:
Copy lease of possession
1. Thomas Griffiths of Black Heath, Charlton, Kent, eldest brother and heir at law of Sarah Griffiths late of Ludlow, spinster, deceased, one of the devisees for life of half the estate below by the will of Edward Pearce of Cressage, gent, and Elizabeth his wife (once Elizabeth Griffiths, spinster)
Ralph Griffiths of Turnham Green, Chiswick, Middx., Esq.
Fenton Griffiths of East Looe, Cornwall, late Captain in the Marine Service, now on half pay
Mary Sabine of Bethnal Green, Middx, widow, of - Sabine, gent, decd. before her marriage widow of - Gutteridge, gent, decd., which Elizabeth Pearce, Ralph Griffiths, Fenton Griffiths and Mary Sabine are brothers and sisters of the said Sarah Griffiths decd. and are the other devisees in her will
2. Benjamin Giles of Hope Court, Salop, Esq.
James Kinnersley of Ludlow, gent.
A half share in the house and land belonging - the Novers - adjoining to the Clee Hill on the N.E. side thereof (heretofore Thomas Marston and Thomas Marston his son, afterwards of Thomas Giles, then of Edward Fennel, now Benjamin Giles) A close (20a) - Bentleys Leasow (Thomas Marston snr & jnr. then T. Giles, then Edward Fennel, now Benjamin Giles); a piece lately enclosed off Clee Hill (8a) (B. Giles) all in Cainham.

[no title]  2030/2/8  24 March 1789

Contents:
Lease of possession
1. Herbert Wild of Ludlow, clerk
2. Benjamin Giles of Hope Court, Esq.
James Kinnersley of Ludlow, gent.
H. Wild's half of a house and lands - the Novers adjoining to the Clee Hill on N.E., close - Bentleys Leasow, and piece of land enclosed off Clee Hill, all in Cainham.

[no title]  2030/2/9  25 March 1789

Contents:
Copy release
1. Herbert Wilde
2. Thomas Griffiths
3. Edward Pearce and Elizabeth his wife
Fenton Griffiths
Mary Sabine
4. Benjamin Giles
James Kinnersley
Thomas Marston once of Cainham at his death was seised of property hereby granted, and died intestate leaving a son and heir Thomas Marston, clerk, and 2 daughters, Sarah and Eleanor. Thomas the son died intestate, so Sarah and Eleanor entitled to the property. Eleanor married H. Wild; both are dead leaving only son and heir the said H. Wild entitled to ½ the house; Sarah Marston married Thomas Griffiths and by her will of 13 May 1757 she left her ½ to her eldest daughter Sarah Griffiths decd. Sarah by her will of 10 February 1761 left her ½ to her sister Elizabeth Pearce for life, equal proportion of rents to her brothers Thomas, Ralph and Fenton and sister Mary; after the death of Elizabeth Pearce, her ½ to be divided among her 3 brothers and Mary for lives, and after the death of the survivor to her nephew John Townsend Griffiths and his issue. He died under 21. Thomas Griffiths is entitled to the reversion expectant on the death of his brothers Ralph and Fenton and sisters Elizabeth and Mary. Benjamin Giles agreed to buy Wild's ½ for £550 and the other ½ for £550. So conveyance of the property in Cainham described in 2/7 & 8.

[no title]  2030/2/10  27 March 1792

Contents:
Copy conveyance in fee
1. James Kinnersley of Ludlow, gent
2. James Fleming Baxter of Ludlow, Esq.
3. Robert Pardoe, Esq.
4. Benjamin Giles of Hope Court, Esq.
Recital lease and release of 24 & 25 March instant between
1. Nicholas Lechmere Charlton of Ludford, Park, Esq.
2. J.F. Baxter
3. James Kinnersley
The said property was limited to trusts for Nicholas for life and then to his heirs. Giles is to buy the said property for £16,577, namely The Manor of Whitton, the capital messuage called Whitton Court and lands Whitton Park &c and house and farm - the Hollings (100a 2r 8p) in lease to William Bray at £60 p.a.; a gardener's cottage and lands; a house & farm in Bennett's end; a house and farm - Whiteway Head; a house and farm Whitton or Hammonds's farm, Whitton's Town Farm; a house and shop with a garden; a house and farm near adjoining Whitton Common; cottage (1a 2r 12p); a cottage (16p); a cottage (1a 3r 13p); a house and farm - Crump's land, all in Cainham, Burford, Hope Baggot and Greet.

[no title]  2030/2/11  1 October 1808

Contents:
Copy release
1. Edward Gatacre of Gatacre
2. John Giles of Hope Baggot, Esq. and Hester his wife
3. Robert Pardoe
4. William Williams of City Rd, Middx, merchant and May his wife Philip Birt Adams of Ludlow, surgeon & Jemima his wife The Rev. Edward Green of Burford, clerk and Martha his wife Ann Harrison, spinster
5. The Rt. Hon. William Lord Beauchamp of Powyke, Worcs.
6. Evan Foulkes of Southampton St., Covent Gardens, Esq.
Recital lease and release of 26 & 27 March 1792 (2/10) and 1 & 2 May 1792 Will of Benjamin Giles of 13 May 1800 - to wife Jemima all his personal effects and real estate, paying debts, to be made up by the sale of part of the estates from Charlton, all to her for life, then to his son John, he paying his 3 sisters - Mary Williams £50 p.a. for life, Jemima Adams £50 p.a. for life, Martha Green £50 p.a. for life. Wife & son executors. Codicial 21 October 1801 - his wife was dead; to his 3 daughters £500 each; to grand daughter Ann Giles £20p.a.; Ann Harrison 2/- a week for life. B. Giles died in October 1801. The will of Robert Pardoe, party to indenture of 1 & 2 May 1792, dated 9 March 1802. He died on 10 April 1803, entitled to property by mortgage in trust left to his said nephew Robert Pardoe. J. Giles paid Gatacre £1000, part of £6000 secured to him by indentures. Lord Beauchamp agreed to buy part of the said property, i.e. Whiteway Head Farm (238.0.37) at £7000 from which Gatacre to have £4000 part of £5000, and £1000 to Pardoe in part of £4000 due to him. This farm has been conveyed to Lord B. Now for £2,100 Lord B. is to buy another property, so for £1000 to Gatacre and £3000 to Pardoe and £17000 to J. Giles, conveyance of property free of annuities, i.e. the Manor of Whitton, and mansion house and lands including Whitton Park, all part of Whitton Court in Whitton, Burford [...] , and lands, named; part of Hollings Farm in Cainham and Hope Baggott; part of Whitton Farm, Burford; a house (1.1.29) orchard, lands named. 2 cottages adjoining last part of Whitton Farm; house (9.0.16); house (1.3.13); a house and smith's shop and garden (1r 37p); The Lodge (1r 3p); house (3r); house (1r 30p); house (1r), in Burford and Cainham.

[no title]  2030/2/12  30 August 1808

Contents:
Writ to Philip Birt Adams and wife Jemima and Edward Green clerk and wife Martha to perform to William Lord Beauchamp a covenant between them of 2 houses, 2 gardens, 2 orchards, 100a land etc. in Burford and Cainham, they have acknowledged the house to be the right of Lord Beauchamp by their gift, with covenants to warrant the same.

[no title]  2030/2/13  Martinmas 49 George III (November 1808)

Contents:
Fine
William Lord Beauchamp plt
John Giles and Hester his wife, William Williams and Mary his wife, Philip Birt Adams and Jemima his wife, Edward Green, Clerk, and Martha his wife, defors.
The Manor of Whitton and 2 parks, 10 houses, 10 gardens, 10 orchards, 1000a land, 1000a meadow and 1000a pasture, and common of pasture in Cainham and Burford.

[no title]  2030/2/14  Trinity 54 George III (1814)

Contents:
Fine
Thomas Owen plt
John Giles and Hester his wife, defors
7 houses, 7 cottages, 10 barns, 600a land etc. and common of pasture in Hope Baggot and Cainham.

[no title]  2030/2/15-16  19 & 20 February 1817

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Henry Lloyd of Ludlow, surviving devisee in trust in the will of James Waring late of Ludlow, gent. decd.
2. William Waring of Reading, Berks, currier
Mary Waring of St. Marylebone, Middx, spinster
Isaac Armstrong of West Smithfirld, Middx, gent & Margaret his wife James Henry Baker of Inwood, Church Stretton, gent and Elizabeth his wife
3. Gilley Pritchett of Ludlow, Esq.
4. William Purton of Faintree, Esq., trustee for Pritchett
5. William Lloyd of Ludlow, gent, another trustee for Pritchett.
Recital of the will of James Waring of 12 November 1813 who at his death was seised of a farm and lands in Cainham he thought in fee simple, but it has been discovered that it was an estate in tail general only, so his son James is seised of an estate tail and is to take the same in lieu of any share he could take with William Waring Mary Waring, Isaac Armstrong and Margaret, James H. Baker & Elizabeth in other property of Pritchett. For £450 from Pritchett to Henry Lloyd, conveyance to Pritchett of a meadow in Ludlow (2.2.6) called the White Hall Piece, part of lands called the Friars (late Mr Harley Thomas, now G. Pritchett) bounded by the turnpike road from Ludlow to Cainham on the North, the land from Lower Gaolford turnpike to the paper Mills east, and other lands of Pritchett and a foootway from Lower Gaolford to Old St. on the south and west parts.
Recital of mortgage of 31 May 1791
1. Samuel Waring, brother of the testator
2. Samuel Sneade
For £1000 of, inter alia, the said parcel for 1000 years.
By indenture of 1 February 1816 between Jonathan Dalby of Ludlow, hatter (1) and Job Walker Baugh and Henry Lloyd (2) William Lloyd (3) all the said property in the term of 1000 years was assigned to William Lloyd in trust for Baugh and Henry Lloyd to wait on the reversion, William Lloyd to stand possessed of the residue of the term.
Schedule of deeds:-
1. 9 & 10 January 1729 Lease & release Sam. Waring(1) George Karver snr(2) Benjamin Karver & Geo Karver jnr.(3)
2. 31 May 1791 Mortgage
3. 22 July 1795 indenture Samuel Sneade(1) Sam Waring (2) Richard Ellis(3)
4. 22 Oct 1807 indenture John Langslow & Edwad Price (2) of Exors of Rd Ellis)(1) Jonathan Dalby (2) exor of Rd Ellis
5. 1 Feb. 1815 Jonathan Dalby (1) J.W. Baugh & Henry Lloyd (2) Wm Lloyd (3)

[no title]  2030/2/262-3  1 & 2 February 1839

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Thomas Pardoe Purton and the Rev. John Purton, devisees in trust under the will of Gilley Pritchett of Ludlow, deceased
2. Janns Brettell Vaughan of Burway, Bromfield, Esq.
A parcel of meadow in Ludlow once 2 parcels - White Hall or White Wall Meadow and Hovel Meadow, once part of lands called The Friars belonging to the Priory of the Friars Augustine in Ludlow.

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Contents:
Chelmarsh

[no title]  2030/2/17  22 September 1760

Contents:
Copy will of Walter Moseley of Astbury, Salop, Esq., son and heir of Michael Moseley and Jane his wife, both late of Astbury, deceased.
Brothers - Michael and John Moseley
To his brother Michael the capital messuage and farm etc. at Astbury, for life; to his cousin James Moseley, Esq. and John White jnr. to preserve the contingent uses during the life of Michael, then to the first son of Michael and his heir male, in default to the other sons of Michael, in default to his brother John Moseley and his heirs male, in default to the daughters of Michael, then the daughters of John, in default to his godson James Moseley son of his kinsman James Moseley, Esq.
To his kinsman James Moseley to the use of his daughter Ann Moseley, the testator's goddaughter £100.
To John White jnr. for his son John White, the testator's godson £100.
To his friend and relation Mr John Dovey £50.
Residue to his brothers Michael and John.
Executors: James Moseley, Esq. and John White jnr.

[no title]  2030/2/18  4 July 1780

Contents:
Mortgage to secure £700 on a bond of the same date
1. James Moseley of Bridgnorth, doctor in physic, devisee in the will of Walter Moseley late of Astbury, Esq., deceased
2. Edward Burlton of Ludlow, mercer
James Moseley and Walter Henry Moseley of Leaton, Staffs, Esq., borrowed £700 from Burlton.
Astbury Hall, the house called Cleedsmore and garden, in Chelmarsh, late of Walter Moseley, deceased, now by his will of 22 September 1760 vested in James Moseley.

[no title]  2030/2/19  3 March 1797

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage
1. Edward Burlton of Ludlow, gent.
2. James Moseley of Ludlow, Esq.
3. Joseph Wainwright of the Lodge, Diddlebury, gent.
Recital of mortgage of 4 July 1780 (2/18)
£700 to Burlton from Wainwright and £300 to James Moseley from Wainwright, so the same property assigned to Wainwright.

[no title]  2030/2/20  13 November 1803

Contents:
Promissary note of Joseph Wainwright, James Kinnersley and Benjamin Wainwright to John Carn? Esq. £1000 and interest.

[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
Clee St. Margaret

[no title]  2030/2/21  3 March 20 Charles I 1644/5

Contents:
Settlement
1. John Barrett of Clee St. Margaret, corvicer and Margarett his wife Katherine Barrett his mother
2. William Millichapp of Sutton son of Wm Millichapp, yeoman
3. Richard Millichapp snr. brother of the said Wm of Clee St. Margarett, yeoman
Robert Barrett of Bewdley, Worcs., yeoman
For settling a competent jointure on Katherine, grant to Rd Millichapp and Robert Barrett all their houses in Clee St. Margarett and lands to uses. Property described in detail:-
House (John Barett now); Leasows called the Moore Furlong, the Wayne Bridge, 2 meadows and 1 acre adjoining the Wayne Bridge, 1 leasow - the New Leasow, 1 meadow adjoining to it, the Sling Meadow, 1 parcel in a Leasow called the Fryth, the other part of the leasow being in the tenure of Richard Morgan; ½ a leasow called the Fryth, the other ½ in the tenure of John Page; ½ a meadow - the Oake Meadow - the other ½ in the tenure of Richard Millichapp; 2 acres in a leasow at the head of it, the other part of the said leasow in the tenure of Jane Knott; 1a in a leasow called Westons Batch, the other part in the tenure of Edward Middleton; 1a in the Hallinges Crafte, the other part (Edward Middleton); the 3rd part of a leasow called the Harpe; 1 part of a meadow called the Fryth Field, the other part (Edw. Middleton); 1 meadow - the Green Orchard (Edmund Woodruff); 2a in Stanlowes field adjoining to Thomas Bayliffs Yewtree Leasow; 5a in the Frith field of which 4 shoot towards the Wayne Bridge Leasow, the other being 7 ridges shoots towards the house (Abraham Hide); 1a in Alslowes field being in 7 ridges below the footway towards the heath and shooting on the Leebatch; 2 meadows adjoining the said house (John Barrett) and 1 leasow - Powke Yard, and 1a inclosed - the Waine Bridge acre shooting a lower end on a meadow (Walter Millichapp) called Wayne Bridge Meadow. To the only use of William Millichapp party, forever; as for the house in which Katherine Barrett now lives and the close adjoining, to the use of Katherine for her life, then to John Barrett and his heirs forever; as for the rest of the premises, to the use of John Barrett and his heirs forever.

[no title]  2030/2/22  20 October 1705

Contents:
Mortgage
1. Edward Millichapp of Clee St. Margarets, snr.
Edward Millichapp jnr, son and heir apparent of E.M. snr.
William Millichapp second son of Edward snr.
2. Edward Evans of Bulcott in Tugford, yeoman
Consideration: £150
A house and lands in Clee St. Margaret (Edward Millichapp jnr.) for 99 years. Proviso for redemption on payment of £157 10s on 20 Oct. 1708.

[no title]  2030/2/23  27 May 1712

Contents:
Lease of possession
1. Thomas Stanke of the Heath, gent
Sarah his wife
John Steak son and heir apparent of Thomas and Sarah
2. Evan Price of Clee St. Margretts, yeoman
A house in Clee St. Margaret (Evan Price now lives) for 6 months.

[no title]  2030/2/24-25  2 & 3 June 1721

Contents:
Lease and release - further charge
1. William Millichap of Clee St. Margarets, yeoman, brother and heir of Edward Millichapp of Clee St. Margarets, yeoman decd.
2. Thomas Gitton of Bridgnorth, gent.
Will of Edward Millichap 22 February 1719/20 giving William Millichapp 40/- p.a. for his life chargeable on his lands, and the rest of his freehold lands in Clee St. Margaret and the rest of his personal estate to Edward Harper whom he appointed sole executor. It is conceived that it was an estate for life only to Harper, with reversion to William Millichapp as brother and heir of Edward. The premises are in mortgage for £160 to Daniell Stedman of Poston; disputes have arisen between Edward Harper and William Millichap, to determine which an agreement of 10 May 1720 was made by Harper and W. Millichap that Wm at the cost of Harper by conveyance whould grant all Wm's claim to the devised premises and to the annuity of 40/- to Harper and his heirs forever, subject to the payment of £160 and interest and the annuity of £6 p.a. to Wm for life, and the sum to be agreed not over £100 to the person or persons Wm shall by deed or will appoint.
In Michaelmas term last Harper filed a bill in Chancery against Wm Millichap for performance of the said articles; still depending; still due to Gitton £16 16s. In consideration of £16 16s Wm grants to Gitton the house and lands in Clee St. Margarets (once Edward Millichap, now or late Edward Harper and Wm M.) to Gitton forever, subject to the mortgage of £160 and title of Harper. To secure payment of £16 16s Wm M. is to pay out of £100 in articles to Gitton the said £16 16s.
Proviso for redemption on payment of £16 16s.

[no title]  2030/2/26  n.d

Contents:
Condition of bond Wm Millichap to pay Gitton 16gns on hse expectant on d. of Edw. Harper.

[no title]  2030/2/27  7 August 1721

Contents:
Assignment of term to attend the inheritance
1. Daniel Stedman of Posterne, yeoman
2. Edward Harper of Clee St. Margaret, carpenter, executor of Edward Millichap, deceased
William Millichap of Clee St. Margaret, yeoman
3. Thomas Millichap of Clee St. Margaret, yeoman
4. Edward Botterell of Ludlow, gent.
Recital mortgage of 20 October 1705
Edward Evans by indenture of 12 July 1718 between him and Edward Millichap jnr, decd, and Wm Millichap, party (1) Daniel Stedman (2) for £160 from Stedman, transferred the mortgage to Stedman for the rest of 999 years, with a proviso for paying £164, which is unpaid. There is now due to D.S. £180. Thomas Millichap has contracted with Edward Harper and William Millichap for the purchase of the said premises. Stedman for £180 from Thomas Millichap conveys to Botterell the property for the rest of the term to attend the inheritance.

[no title]  2030/2/28  8 August 1721

Contents:
Lease for possession
1. Edward Harper and William Millichap
2. John Dovey of Clements Inn, gent.
House in the parish of St. Margarets, the inheritance of Edward Millichap deceased (late the said Edward Millichap, now Edward Harper and William Millichap). For 1 year, to accept a release.

[no title]  2030/2/29  11 August 1721

Contents:
Conveyance
1. Edward Harper
William Millichap
2. Thomas Millichap of Clee St. Margarets, yeoman
Consideration: £440 paid thus - £345 to Edward Harper and £95 to William Millichap.
House in Clee St. Margaret once the inheritance of Edward Millichap, decd.
Reservation of a mortgage of 20 October 1705 (2/22) and assignment of 12 July 1718 to Daniel Stedman.

[no title]  2030/2/30-31  7 December 1745

Contents:
Mortgage and counterpart
1. Thomas Millichap of Clee St. Margaret, yeoman, and Ann his wife
2. Susanna Weaver of Bridgnorth, widow
3. John Wells of Bridgnorth, clothier
Consideration: £260
House in Clee St. Margarets (Thomas Millichap and John Taylor) once the inheritance of Edward Millichap, to S. Weaver for 3000 years.
Proviso for redemption on repayment of the £260 and interest at 4½%.
Covenant to levy a fine

[no title]  2030/2/32-33  25 & 26 July 1757

Contents:
Lease and release - marriage settlement
1. John Turner of Clee St. Margaretts, yeoman, and Martha his wife
2. William Millichap of the Heath, yeoman
Richard Turner of Ludlow, apothecary
Consideration: £100 to John Turner at his marriage to Martha. Now John Turner settles his house in Clee St. Margarets called the Midlecombs to Wm Millichap and Richard Turner in trust for the use of John for life, then to the use of his children by Martha, in default of which to his right heirs forever, subject to an annuity of £8 p.a. from the said premises to Martha if she survive John.

[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
Clun

[no title]  2030/2/34/1  15 November 1827

Contents:
Re Heighway
Draft conditions of sale of a house, farm &c in Clun called Cockford Hall (102a 3r 29p).

[no title]  2030/2/35/2  5 January 1831

Contents:
Draft transfer of mortgage
1. George Anderson
2. William Mason
Estate called Cockford Hall, Clun, to secure £3400, £250, £446, £145, and £340 and interest.

[no title]  2030/2/35  1825

Contents:
Draft conditions of sale of a mortgage debt of £500 and interest secured on a house, malthouse and garden in Clunton, Clunbury (late Richard Hanmans?, now William Eyton and Francis Marston, executors of John Eyton) to be sold 10 August 1825.

[no title]  2030/2/36  November 1852

Contents:
Draft notice by Norton to Edward Davies Lane of Twitchen, Clunbury, yeoman and Joyce Lane, widow of the same place, to pay off the principal and interest in 3 months on a cottage and close in Clunbury assigned to them for the rest of the term of 500 years by an indenture of 20 April 1852 to secure £224.

[no title]  2030/2/37/1  24 February 1879

Contents:
Mortgage of leasehold at the Twitchen, Clunbury and freehold lands in Clunbury.
1. Edward Norton of Clunbury, tailor
2. Ernest James Davies
Edward Norton owes Davies £127 and interest at 5%. So for the said sum Norton grants 3 pieces of land formerly one enclosure on Clunbury Hill, Clunbury (16a 1r 28p) (late J. Cadwallader, now Edward Norton) allotted to Frederick Pardoe, Henry Pardoe and Arthur Pardoe, John Penny and Mary Eliza his wife in right of M.E. Penny late Pardoe under the General Enclosure Act by William Eyton who allotted common lands in Clunbury, see award 18 July 1854. To hold to Davies subject to a mortgage of 2 April 1873 between E. Norton (1) The Rev. James Huff of Dudley, Worcs, Dissenting Minister (2) to secure repayment of £400. Demise to Davies of Leasehold buildings under one roof with outbuildings and gardens at the Twitchen as in an indenture of 17-- between -- (1) Edward Langford (2) Rd - (3) to Davies for 500 years created by an indenture of 1803 subject to an indenture of - Dec. 1854 between -- (1) Wm Tinson of Ludlow, gent (2) for securing repayment of the sum and interest, and an indenture of 1 January 1807? between Norton (1) Rodney Anderson of Ludlow, gent (2) to repay £100. Proviso if Norton pays Davies £127 and interest at 5% the premises will be redeemed, it not Davies can sell them by auction.

[no title]  2030/2/37/2  16 May 1906

Contents:
Conveyance of equity of redemption
1. Mrs Elizabeth Harris
2. Abraham Rowlands
A cottage &c at Clunton Coppice in Clunbury.

[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
Clungunford - Beckjay

[no title]  2030/2/38  22 June 1664

Contents:
Lease
1. Thomas Ireland of Albrighton, Esq.
2. Thomas Harley of Beckjay, yeoman
Consideration: £80
A house in Beckjay (Thomas Harley)
For 99 years if Anne Harley, wife of Thomas, Thomas and John sons of Thomas Anne Harley so long live. Rent: 20/- p.a.
Suit of court for the Manor of Jay or Bedson at Beckjay.
Heriot: best beast of £4.

[no title]  2030/2/39  25 April 1682

Contents:
Assignment
1. Edward Dyke snr of Becjay, Congunford, yeoman, Anne his wife
Edward Dyke jnr of Becjay, yeoman and Mary his wife
John Wardof Broadward Clongunford, yeoman
Francis Dyke of Wistanstowe, yeoman
2. Sir John Edwardes of Heath House, knt.
3. Francis Edwardes, gent, 1 of the younger sons of Sir John Edwardes. Judith one of the daughters and coheirs of Francis Morris late of Abcott Clungunford, gent, decd. having some estate of inheritance inter alia in a house and buildings in which Edward Dyke snr & jnr. live, and in a garden and orchard and in 2 pieces of land called Puppall and Puppalls Hill, and in lands - Oakenhill, Trowebridge field, the Poole Leasowe, the Loane end, the Middle Field, the Fowle Mires, Morgan Brooch, the Marsh field, the Poast Leasowe and Sitch Leasow, and in a meadow - Oakenell Meadowe, Segg Pool Meadowe, Trowebridge Meadowe, Great Grinnell and one little close The Twiggs Close. Judith married William Owen late of Pontesbury, and on 10 May 21 Charles II (1669) by conveyance and fine William and Judith Owen settled the premises on themselves for lives and that of the survivor, and then to the heirs of Wm Owen forever. The Owens by indenture of 6 November 23 Charles II (1671) performing the agreement in the settlement before the marriage to Wm Owen, to Edw. Dyke snr., and in consideration of the yearly rent of £22 improved rent paid by Dyke for the house, the Owens demised to E. Dyke snr. the said house and lands, for 95 years at £22 p.a.
Edward Dyke snr by an indenture of 22 October 33 Charles II (1681) between him and Anne (1) Edward Dyke jnr. and Mary (2) John Ward and Francis Dyke (3) assigned to Ward and F. Dyke the said house, on trust to let E.D. snr. have half with half the profits and E. Dyke the other half. Nor for £90 from Sir John Edwards assignment of the house &c to Francis Edwardes for the rest of the term on trust to suffer Sir John Edwardes to possess the said house and profits.

[no title]  2030/2/40  25 March 1686

Contents:
Lease
1. Thomas Ireland of Abrighton, Esq.
2. Thomas Harley of Beckjay, yeoman
Surrender of a lease of the said house.
House in Beckjay (now or late Thomas Harley) and all lands in all 3 fields as Thomas Harley, father of Thomas Harley compounded for with Mistress Berrington of Abcott (30a). From 20 Sept. last for 99 years or the lives of the said Thomas Harley, Anne his wife and John Harley brother of Thomas. Rent: 20/- p.a. and a couple of good fat capons at Christmas. Suit of court for the Manor of Jay or Bedson or Beckjay.

[no title]  2030/2/41  1 June 1697

Contents:
Lease
1. Edward Dyke snr late of Becjay, Clongundford, yeoman
Edward Dyke jnr. late of Becjay, yeoman
2. Sir John Edwards late of the Heath House, knt.
3. Thomas Harley of Becjay, yeoman
Recital of settlement of Judith and William Owen (2/39) and lease to Dyke, and assignment by Dyke to Edwards. The Dykes at the request of Sir John Edwards and for £72 assign to Harley the said house and lands for the rest of 95 years.

[no title]  2030/2/42-3  9 & 10 October 1712

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Robert Pigot of Chetwin, Esq.
2. Thomas Ireland of Abrighton, Esq.
3. Thomas Harley of Beckjay, gent.
Agreement of 3 Dec. 1708 between Thomas Ireland(1) Thomas Harley(2) Ireland for £251 agreed to convey to T. Harley a house in which Thomas Harley lives in Beckjay, 3 closes called Twig Close, Little Grinell and New field Side in Beckjay (Thos Harley) for 5/- p.a. and suit of court. Thomas Ireland has since sold the Manor of Beckjay to Pigot for £4,850 being full consideration for the absolute purchase of the premises whereby the house and lands agreed to be conveyed to Harley are vested in Pigott. Pigott agreed to convey the said house and lands to Harley. So for the £251 he conveys the house in Beckjay and 3 pieces of land to Harley forever, paying 5/- p.a. to Pigott and suit of court.

[no title]  2030/2/44-5  9 & 10 October 1712

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Robert Piggot of Chetwin, Esq.
2. Thomas Ireland of Abrighton, Esq.
3. Thomas Harley of Beckjay, gent.
Recital of an agreement of 3 December 1708 between Ireland(1) Harley(2) for £251 Ireland agreed to convey the Harley the House (Harley) in Beckjay and lands belonging and 3 closes - The Twigs Close, Little Grinell and new field side in Beckjay (Harley). Ireland has since sold the Manor of Beckjay, Jay and Bedson to Piggott for £4,850, so the house etc. it is agreed shall be conveyed by Piggot to Harley as it is now vested in P. So for £250 to Ireland, sale to Harley of the house in Beckjay (Harley) piece of arable (10a) having the barn of the said house on the east, lands of Richard Herbert south and west; a piece of arable - The Crosse Style (4a) having the last piece of land south, the road from Beckjay to Abcott east and another lane from Beckjay to Hoptons Heath north, and land of Rd Herbert west; a piece of land - the Meadow Plock (1½a); a piece of arable - the Criftin (5a); a piece of arable - the Close below the Green (4a); a piece of arable - The Twelve Ridges (2a), lying and adjoining together, having an orchard of the said house west, lands of Rd Herbert on all other sides; 2 meadows lying together (2a) having R. Clunn on east, lands of Beckjay's Mill on west and south, and lands of widow Prince on the north; Littlemeadow - Canther Meadow (¾a) having the lane from Beckjay's Mill to the village of Clungunford north, lands of the parsonage of Clungunford on the east, and lands of Rd Herbert south, and lands of Thomas Coston west. A meadow - Oaknell Meadow (1a) having R. Clunn on east, lands of Francis Bayley, Doctor in Physic on south, lands of Rd Herbert on north & west; 2 closes lying together (3a) - the Lower Closes, surrounded by lands of Rd Herbert; 4 piece of meadow and pasture lying together (8a) - the Cobbott Sych Leasow, the Plocks and 2 ridges, surrounded by lands of Rd Herbert; a piece of pasture - the Brooch, lands of Rd Herbert on E.W. & N., and lands of Fras Bayley S.; a piece of pasture (1a) called Sterrys Acre, having a lane from Beckjay to the village of Brodward on east, lands of Rd Herbert N., S. & W; a piece of pasture called the Butts (1a) having a lane from Beckjay to Hoptons Heath on N, lands of Rd Herbert E.W. & S; 4 pieces of arable and pasture lying together - the Leasow behind the Widow Davis's house, Blowney, the Wheate Leasow, the Bottom Marsh and the Long Marsh or the Marsh Field (44a) with lands of Rd Herbert on E. & S., lands of Bartholomew Beale Esq. N., and Hoptons Heath on W; granted to Harley by lease of 25 March 1686 by Thomas Ireland late Father of Thomas Ireland, party. The piece of pasture - the Newfield side (5a) having the said Wheate Leasow on N & W and the Bottom Marsh on S., and lands of Widow Prince E; a piece of meadow The Twigg Close (1½a) having the street in Beckjay on W, lands of Rd. Herbert N. & S. and the Lower Close on E; meadow called Little Grinell (½a) having lands of Fras Bayley on S., and of Rd Herbert on E.W. & N., in Beckjay (Thomas Harley). To Thomas Harley forever, paying to Piggott 5/- p.a., suit of court at the court of Piggott for the Manor of Jay, Bedson and Beckjay.

[no title]  2030/2/46  26 April 1718

Contents:
Marriage settlement
1. Thomas Harley snr. of Beckjay, clungunford, gent.
Thomas Harley jnr. son of Thomas Harley snr.
2. Margaret Brown of Skyborrey, Llanvair Waterdine, widow Anne Brown, spinster, daughter of Margaret Brown by Thomas Brown, gent la e husband of Margaret, deed.
3. John Harley of Trippleton, Leintwardine, gent Jeremy Brown of Cardington, gent.
A marriage is inteded between Thomas Harley jnr. and Anne Brown.
John Harley snr. settles a house &c in Beckjay (Thomas Harley) lately bought from Robert Pigott, Esq. by Thomas Harley snr.
To Thomas Harley snr. until the marriage, and then Thomas Harley for his wife to receive an annuity of £10 p.a. Property to the use of Thomas Harley jnr. for life and after his death to the use of Anne for her life unless he has issue by Anne, then Anne to have an annuity of £28 for her widowhood; if she marries the annuity to be £20. The house to the use of the corporeal heirs of Anne and Thomas and in default to the heirs of Thomas Harley snr.

[no title]  2030/2/47  26 April 1718

Contents:
Assignment of lease
1. Thomas Harley snr of Beckjay, Clungunford, gent
2. Thomas Harley jnr. son of T.H. snr., of Beckjay, gent.
Recital settlement of 10 May 21 Charles II by William and Judith Owen; and lease by them to Edward Dyke snr. of 6 November 1671 of a house (Edward Dyke) and orchard and pieces of arable, meadow and pasture - 2 pieces of arable - Poppall and Poppalls Hill, and pasture and arable-Oaknell, Trowbridge Field, the Poole Leasow, the Loans end, the Middle field, the Fowle Myres, Morgans Brooch, the Marsh field, the Post Leasow, Oaknell Meadow, Segg Poole Meadow, Trowbridge Meadow, Great Grinnell, 1 little close called the Twigg Close (Edward Dyke and Samuel Morrall) for 95 years at £22 p.a. and a couple of capons at Christmas. Assigned by Dykes to Sir John Edwards late of the Heath House, knt. In 1697 assigned to Thomas Harley. Thomas Harley snr. for £5 assigns the same to Thomas Harley jnr. to hold from the death of Thomas Harley sn for the rest of 99 years.

[no title]  2030/2/48  18 December 1747

Contents:
Marriage Settlement
1. Elizabeth Harley of Clungunford, widow
2. Thomas Harley of Beckjay, gent, eldest son and heir apparent of Eliz.
3. John Morris of Clunton, Esq.
Richard Weaver of Betson, gent.
Elizabeth and Thomas Harley in consideration of a marriage between Thomas and Sarah Harley and of £200 to Thomas Harley from Richard Weaver as the marriage portion of Sarah, and for provision for Sarah, convey to Morris and Weaver the house called Beckjay and lands in Clungunford (Thomas H.), and Elizabeth to have for her life an annuity of £20. The house to the use of Thomas Harley for life, then Sarah to have an annuity of £10; then the house to the use of the first and other sons of Thomas Harley and Sarah and their sons, and in default to the daughters of Thomas and Sarah, and in default to their right heirs.

[no title]  2030/2/49  21 August 1834

Contents:
Probate copy will of Edward Bowen of the Hill House, Diddlebury, gent. Household goods, farming stock, etc. to his 3 sons Edward, Richard and John equally. Nephew Richard Dawes of the New House, Sibdon Carwood, gent and John Wheeler of Trippleton in Leintwardine, Herefs, gent, the freehold house, farm and lands at Beckjay in Leintwardine (Mr Edward Farmer) and all other property of Edward Bowen, on trust to sell the same and divide the money between his 3 sons.
Executors: Richard Dawes and John Wheeler. Proved at Hereford 20 Dec. 1837.

[no title]  2030/2/50  1739-1828

Contents:
Schedule of title deeds of the Beckjay Estate of Edward Bowen in the possession of Philip Birt Adams, Esq. of Ludlow, mortgagee.
House, farm and lands called Beckjay in Clungunford, to secure £1000 and interest at 5%.

[no title]  2030/2/51  29 August 1837

Contents:
Draft conditions of sale of the Beckjay Estate
Freehold farm called Beckjay, in the parish of Clungunford, consisting of a farm house, 2 cottages, outbuildings and 120a 2r 1p land (Mr Edward Tanner).

[no title]  2030/2/52  11 July 1837

Contents:
Draft notice of sale of the estate at Beckjay, Clungunford.

[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
Culmington

[no title]  2030/2/53  3 September 1755

Contents:
Lease of possession
1. Thomas Jay of Canon Pyon, Herefs, executor of Richard Tomkis
2. John Tasker of Ludlow, gent.
House in Sifton, Culmington (Thomas Wellings) and 6 pieces of meadow - Lower Grounds of the Brademores; a parcel of meadow (1½a) in a common meadow - Corf or Corve Common Meadow, and a parcel of pasture - Brewers Stokings; a piece of arable - Ednall; a piece of arable - Westhopes Gates and pieces of arable in the common fields of Sifton (30a); and a piece of meadow - Birley Brooke Meadow; and 2a of arable in Whitley (common) field. etc.

[no title]  2030/2/54/1  1 September 1798

Contents:
Agreement for the inclosure of Seifton Forest
1. Sir Charles William Rouse Boughton of Corney House, Chiswick, bart.
Lacon Lambe and James Woodhouse both of Hereford, Esqs.
Johns Woodhouse of Ludlow Esq.
Which Lacon Lambe, James and John Woodhouse are the surviving devisees in trust in the will of John Woodhouse late of Yatton Court, Esq., decd. father of John Woodhouse; and R. Boughton and John Woodhouse in the lifetime of John Woodhouse, and R. Boughton, Lambe, and James and John Woodhouse as devisees in trust, are now lords of the Manor of Culmington.
2. William Lord Craven, Lord of the Manor of Stokesay
3. Wilson Aylesbury Roberts of Bewdley, Worcs, Esq.
Hugh Smith of Lincoln's Inn
James Kinnersley, Esq.
The Rev. Thomas Alban, Clerk, both of Ludlow
Thomas Mytton of Cleobury North
Joseph Morris of Culmington
Richard Duppa of Bache
Sir William Syer, knt
William Carter of Norton
Siefton Forest alias the Long Forest (383a 2r 16p) - as to 264a 1r 22p in the Township of Siefton in the Manor of Culmington, 129a 34p in the Towns of Norton and Bache in the Manor of Stokesay. Claims of parties:-
Lord Craven and the parties agreed that it be allotted by Thomas Matthews of Shelderton, Thomas Easle of Allosby, Warwick, gent and Moses Luther of All Stretton, gent.

[no title]  2030/2/54/2  29 March 1806

Contents:
Condts. of sale of timber on B.Flounders's estates in Culmington and Stanton Lacy.

[no title]  2030/2/55  2 June 1816

Contents:
Conveyance (release)
1. John Morris of Culmington, farmer
2. Thomas Williams of the same, gent
Williams Adams of Ludlow, gent, trustee of Thomas Williams.
Consideration: £100
A cottage in Culmington; a piece of land adjoining used as a garden (¼a) between the said cottage and a house and garden late in the possession of Robert Smallman, now of - Taylor, which said cottage is now in the possession of - Pearce.

[no title]  2030/2/56  21 January 1834

Contents:
Draft agreement for sale
Benjamin Morris of Burley, gent and William Anslow of Culmington, blacksmith.
Property at Culmington - a house, blacksmith's shop, stable and garden at Culmington Bridge adjoining the turnpike read, and pieces of land named

[no title]  2030/2/57  25 March 1836

Contents:
Convenant to produce title deeds
1. William Beddoes of Sparchford, Diddlebury, Esq.
2. Richard Coston late of Onibury, now of Upper Hayton, Stanton Lacy, farmer
John Downes of Medley Park, farmer, devises in trust in the will of Benjamin Morris late of Burley, Culmington, gent, decd.
Will of Benjamin Morris of 13 February 1834 - all property to his nephew Richard Coston and friend John Downes for sale. He died on 21 March 1835.
Will proved at Hereford 11 April 1835.
Leasesand release, the release of coequal date herewith, between Coston and Downes (1) Thomas Morris, farmer (2) Mary Morris, widow (3) William Beddoes (4) George Anderson, gent (5). Consideration: £2,100 from Beddoes.
Sale of a house, barn and garden in Oylmington (Thomas Yates); a house and shop, barns, garden adjoining the last (Richard Mainwaring); a house now converted into 3 dwellingshouses, with yards, gardens adjoining the last house (Thomas Sheppard, - Breakwell and Ann Tipton); several pieces of land - orchard and close (pasture and orchard) (1r 4p); orchard (pasture and orchard) (1a); Plowsters (pasture) (4a 1r); Oxney Meadow (meadow) (1a 1r 21p); Oxney Bank (pasture) (2a 2r 15p); (once 2a 3r 6p but 31p were given in exchange to Benjamin Flounders, Esq.); Upper Oxney (meadow) (2a 3r 17p); Lower Oxney (meadow (3a 1r 22p); the road adjoining thereto (1r 3p); Lower Long Headland (arable) (2a 1r 12p); Middle Long Headland (arable) (5a 3r 29p); Upper Long Headland (arable) (2a 7p); a piece of meadow (1a 2r 17p) adjoining Oxney Bank, received in exchange from Benjamin Flounders. In all 27a 3r 27p in Culmington (Wm Beddoes).
Deeds in schedule to be delivered to Beddoes, but relate to an estate of not only the said houses bought by Beddoes, but other property of Benjamin Morris conveyed to divers parties, and as Coston and Downes have convenanted to produce the deeds, so Beddoes has agreed to produce them for Coston and Downes.
Schedule- 1735-1835 (earliest Richard Stedman (1) Benjamin Morris (2) of 2 houses in Culmington).

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Contents:
Diddlebury

[no title]  2030/2/58  25 March 1780

Contents:
Lease
1. Wilson Aulesbury Roberts of Beddley, Worcs, Esq.
2. Robert Dawes of Elsich, husbandman
Capital messuage or farm called Elsich and lands in Corfton and Seifton, in the parish of Diddlebury and Culmington (326a 9p); a piece of Corfton Wood or common in Corfton (108a 1p) allotted to the farm; a house in corfton - the Lodge, and lands (4a 28p); a cottage in Corfton (3a 3r); 5 cottages in Corfton (4a 1r 28p); a smallparcels (2a 2r 20p) being part of other cottages.
For 99 years or lives of the said Robert Dawes (47), Robert his eldest son (15) and Andrew his thired son (11).
Rent: £210 p.a., and £5 p.a. per acre of meadow ploughed up.

[no title]  2030/2/59  2 August 1792

Contents:
Probate 16 July 1793
Probate and will of Robert Dawes of Elsich, Diddlebury, yeoman.
Wife: Sarah, executrix,. John Manlove of Braden Heath, Welshhampton, farmer, executor.

[no title]  2030/2/60  16 June 1804

Contents:
Lease of Elsich Farm
1. Sarah Dawes of Elsich, Diddlebury, widow
2. Richard Dawes, farmer, one of the sons of Sarah.
Sarah with the consent of W.A. Roberts leases Elsich farm etc. to Richard Dawes for 75 years if Robert Dawes, eldest son, Andrew Dawes third son so long live. Rent: £350 p.a.

[no title]  2030/2/61  30 September 1815

Contents:
Probate and copy will of Sarah Dawes of Elsich, Diddlebury, widow of Robert Dawes late of Elsich.
She is entitled to the beneficial interest of the lease of Elsich Farm granted by Wilson Aylesbury Roberts to Robert Dawes her late husband deceased, by his will; she has let to her son Richard Dawes from Lady Day 1804 at an increased rent of £140 the farm called Elsich, and a lease of the farm for the rest of the term granted by her late husband in the original lease at the said rent. She gives £140 half yearly to be paid to her out of the farm for the term of the original lease among her 6 children - £40 (part of £140) to her brother Thomas Menlove and son Richard Dawes on trust to pay the £40 to her son Andrew Dawes for life, to support him with no power to dispose of it. £20 to her daughter Sarah wife of William Belliss; £20 to William Dawes, her son; £20 to her son Richard Dawes; £20 to the trustees to pay to her daughter Elizabeth wife of John Carless; £20 to the trustees for her daughter Mary wife of James Malanclin. To her brother Thomas Menlove and son Richard Dawes, a half share in the houses in Broad St., Worcester (son Andrew Dawes, Richard Parsons and Job Child) on trust at the death of Sarah Dawes to sell the half, on trust to pay £200, part of the purchase money, into the residue of her personal estate. The residue of the purchase money to her grandchildren Susan, Ann, Richard and Elizabeth, son and daughters of her son Andrew Dawes, equally. To her granddaughter Ann Bellis £50; to her daughters Sarah, Mary and Elizabeth all the household furniture between them. To her son Andrew Dawes the 2 beds on which he now sleeps and 2 pairs of sheets and blankets. Her bureau to her son Richard Dawes To Thomas Menlove and Richard Dawes £200 to be placed at interest and the interest to be paid to her daughter Elizabeth for life, the principal of £200 to be equally divided between the children of Elizabeth her daughter. The residue and £200 from the sale of the Worcester houses is to be divided at the expiration of one year after her death in 5 shares among her five children - 1/5 to her daughter Sarah Belliss; 1/5 to her son William Dawes 1/5 to her daughter Elizabeth Carless; 1/5 to her daughter Mary Maclauclin.
Executors: Thomas Menlove and son Richard Dawes.
Codicil - since the making of her will her brother Thomas Menlove has died, so she appoints her son William Dawes.
Probate 19 July 1828.

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Enclosed

[no title]  2030/2/61/1  13 June 5 Wm IV (1835)

Contents:
Writ to Richard Dawes to appear before the Barons of the Exchequer.

[no title or date]  2030/2/61/2

Contents:
Legacy receipt of the children and grandchildren of Sarah Dawes 29 July 1835.

[no title]  2030/2/61/3  1835

Contents:
Account - Messrs Anderson, Downes & Anderson to William Urwick.

[no title]  2030/2/62-137  1814-1835

Contents:
Bundle of correspondence and accounts relating to the settlement of the affairs of the late Mrs Dawes of Elsich

[no title]  2030/2/138  9 March 1835

Contents:
Draft agreement between Thomas Smith of Greet, Burford, shoemaker.(1) John Foster of Tenbury, Worcs, gent. (2)
Thomas Smith by a note of 9 October 1834 promised to pay John Foster £130 and interest to be charged on a piece of pasture called Brandwall (6a) in the parish of Greet and Burford, and a house built by Thomas Smith on the said piece and garden belonging (Thomas Smith).

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Contents:
Hopesay

[no title]  2030/2/139  1835

Contents:
Reconveyance
1. John Meredith of Hommon, Worfield, gent.
2. the Rev. John Harding of Hopesay, clerk
Recital of lease and release of 22 & 23 March 1826 between Charles Cooper linen draper (1) John Harding (2) Job Meredith (3). Consideration: £493 15s 3d to Cooper by Meredith.
Advowson of the Rectory of Hopesay with the parsonage house, glebe and tithes and oblations etc. To hold to Meredith subject to an indenture of 27 & 28 June 1810 and their trusts for an absolute sale of the advowson etc. to secure the payment of a mortgage debt of £2000 and interest, and a proviso for redemption on payment by John Harding of £493 15s 3d. Harding has this day paid Meredith £493 15s 3d, so Meredith reconveys the advowson &c to Harding.

[no title]  2030/2/140  27 June 1835

Contents:
Copy memorandum of an agreement for the sale and purchase of the Rectory of Hopesay between 1. the Rev. John Hardinge of Hopesay, clerk 2. The Rev. Philip Birt Adams of Ludlow, clerk. Consideration: £6000. Advowson of the Rectory of Hopesay.

[no title]  2030/2/141  1899

Contents:
Agreement for letting
1. Ann Bowen of the Cottage, Culmington, spinster Sarah Elizabeth Bowen of the same, spinster
2. W.M. Berry
A house, stable and coach house and garden, Sunny Bank, in Hopsesay, from now until 24 June 1902 at £20 p.a.

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Contents:
Ludford

[no title]  2030/2/142  13 October 1841

Contents:
Lease
1. Mayor, Alderman and Burgesses of Ludlow
2. John Wade of the Paper Mills, Ludford paper maker
In performance of covenant in a former lease of the house &c granted to Edward Colerick of Richard's Castle, gent, decd. 13 October 1810, now vested in Wade, and for a fine of £6 and of £2 2s interest on the fine in not petitioning for a new lease. House and brewhouse, stables, barn yard, gardens, called the Bell Inn in Ludford (Matthew Stead jnr.).
For 31 years. Rent: £1 p.a.

[no title]  2030/2/143  15 September 1854

Contents:
Conveyance
1. John Hufton late of Stanton Lacey, now of Woodbine Grove, Penge Common Battersea, Surrey, gardener
2. Thomas Pocock of Brimfield, Herefs, innkeeper
3. John Badger of Ludlow, maltster
Indenture of 27 December 1852 between Jane Ross, widow (1) James Davies Esq. Thomas Davies, Esq. and John Henry Benbow, gent (2) John Hufton (3) George Anderson, gent (4)
Plots of land below, which formed a portion of a piece of land being part of a meadow and orchard called Banky Orchard (7a 2r 7p) were with the entirety of the said piece of land conveyed by (1) and (2) to Hufton to uses as he should appoint. Pocock has contracted with Hufton for the purchase of the land below.
So for £62, Hufton conveys 2 plots (1r 38p) part of Banky Orchard in Indford, Salop (formerly the property of Edmund Lechmere Charlton, Esq. decd.) and 1/6 share of the pump on the north side of Banky Orchard.
Plan in margin showing the Cainham to Ludlow Road.
Schedule of deeds 1803-53

[no title]  2030/2/144  15 September 1854

Contents:
Conveyance
1. John Hufton late of Stanton Lacey, now of Battersea, Surrey, gardener
2. John Edward Adney of Ludlow, currier
3. John Badger of Ludlow, maltster
Recital indenture of 27 December 1852 between Jane Ross, widow (1) James Davies, Esq., Thomas Davies, Esq. and John Henry Benbow, gent (2) John Hufton (3) George Anderson, gent (4) of a plot of land below (part of Banky Orchar) (7a 2r 7p) assured by (1) to (2) to Hufton to uses. Andey has agreed to buy it for £31, i.e. the piece of land in the parish of Ludford and 1/12 share of the pump in Banky Orchard, to the uses of Adney.
Plan in margin.
Schedule of deeds:-
12 Aug. 1803 Probate of Thomas Tomkins of Aldon, Stokesay, farmer 3 March 1831 Indenture Henry Bucknell of Shrewsbury, hosier (1) Elizabeth Burcknell, widow (2) George Asterley of Shrewsbury, malster (3)
23 January 1843 Deed poll of John Leeming of Manchester, Woollen manufacturer
13 April 1843 Indenture John Boulcott of Worcester, wharfinger (1) Henry Bucknell and wife Mary (2) Samuel Asterley of Shrewsbury, grocer, administrator of George Asterley (3) Edmund Lechmere Charlton of Ludford Park, Esq (4) Robert H..., London, Esq (5)
...... Indentures of lease and release 1.Bailiffs, burgesses and Commonalty of Ludlow 2. Edmund Lechmere Charlton.
Indenture between Theodosia Hickes of Staffs, spinster (1) and... (2) deed of convenant to produce deeds.

[no title]  2030/2/145  26 March 1855

Contents:
Conveyance
1. Thomas Pocock of Brimfield, Herefs, innkeeper
2. Samuel Boon Gilbert of Bromfield, land drainer
3. John Badger of Ludlow, maltster
Deed of 15 September 1st (/144) by which the plot of land below was limited to uses - to Pocock for life, and then forever. Gilbert has contracted for the purchase with Thomas Pocock.
Consideration: £67 2 plots of land (1r 38p) formerly part of Banky Orchard in Ludford (once the property of Edmund Lechmere Charlton, Esq., deceased) and 1/6 share of pump or well on north side of Banky Orchard.

[no title]  2030/2/146  15 June 1857

Very damaged

Contents:
Conveyance
1. Richard Woodhouse
2. John Edward Adney
Consideration: £36 5s
A plot of land and others hereditaments [...]
Recital of deed referring to John Hufton and John Badger and Richard Woodhouse. Reference to a wall by land from the turnpike road from Ludlow to Cainham.

[no title]  2030/2/147  2 August 1899

Contents:
Grant of right of easement to make and maintain an aqueduct on land in the parish of Ludford.
1. Daniel Robert Fearson, Esq., C.B., Secretary of the Board of Charity Commissioners
2. The Rev. Edward Farrington Clayton of Ludlow, Rector of Ludlow, John Minor Kilvert of Grinshill, Esq., Edward Leake of Ludlow, Esq., etc. Trustees of Charities - Hosyers Almshouses, Preacher and Assistant Rector
3. Mayor, Aldermen and Citizens of the City of Birmingham Trustees to sell for works authorised by Birmingham Corporation Water Act 1892 for £100 including compensation for damage, the right to construct and lay the aqueduct on pieces of land (3r 19.8p) in Ludford in 1st schedule and on the plan.
Plan.

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Contents:
Ludlow

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Contents:
Back Lane

[no title]  2030/2/148  16 May 1837

Contents:
Draft conditions of sale of 4 leasehold cottages in the Back Lane at the Lower and of Corve St., St. Lawrence's parish (late overseers of Bromfield parish at £12).
Brand Lane

[no title]  2030/2/149  N.D 19th Century

Contents:
Par of a conveyance
1. Beriah Botfield
2. Richard Tench
Consideration: £550
1) a house in Ludlow on the S. side of Brand Lane alias Burnt Lane with a freehold garden behind, adjoining, a coachhouse, gig-house and 2 stables and buildings opposite to the front of the said house adjoining together and under 1 roof, on the N. side of Brand Lane, with a yard belonging (formerly Wade Brown, Esq., then George Garrett, since void).
Shown on the map in the margin.
2. A piece of garden (part of a larger piece of garden at the E. end of part of the said house) in length from N. to S. 80 ft and in breadth 27 ft - shown on the plan, and all hothouses, greenhouses &c.

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Contents:
Broad Street

[no title]  2030/2/150  3 March 1648/9

Contents:
Conveyance
1. W. Ganland of Webley, Herefs, gent
2. Edward Busshopp of Lie Felton, Salop, gent
Consideration: £20
A house (late Thomas Edwards, now Jane Bishopp, mother of Edward, widow) adjoining to and used with another house of the Corporation of Ludlow (Jane Bishopp) with a garden, stable and backside belonging and adjoining to the house, used with it, on E. side of Broad Street, Ludlow.

[no title]  2030/2/151  20 January 1673/4

Contents:
Release
1. Edward Bishop of Felton, Salop
2. Edward Stedman of Corfton, gent
Consideration: £20
A stable, garden and backside belonging in Ludlow in Broad Street on the E. side, between a house (Nicholas Car doctor in Phisick) on the N. side and a house of Towne Land on S. side, bought by Edward Bishop of Felton, deceased, father of Edward party. To Edward Stedman forever. Warranty against claimants under Edward Bishop, father, or Richard Bishop grand-father of Edward Bishop, party.

[no title]  2030/2/152  20 April 1694

Contents:
Lease of possession
1. Henry Stedman of the Inner Temple, London, gent.
2. Mary Gayne of Ludlow, spinster
A small tenement, stable and study and the garden and backside adjoining in Ludlow in Broad Street, on the E. side, between the house (late Nicholas Carr, doctor in physic, now deed., now Martin Cropper) on the N.side and the house of town land (George Long) on S. side, heretofore bought by Edward Stedman late of Ashford Bowdler, gent, decd, uncle of Henry Stedman. To hold for 1 year.

[no title]  2030/2/153  23 January 1704/5

Contents:
Release
Phillip Jones of Ludlow, mercer, for £5 7a 6d from Thomas Price of Leominster, Herefs, gent, releases to Price all right of P. Jones in his house and burgage with the garden belonging in Ludlow on the E. side of Broad Street (late Mr Charlton as undertenant to Thomas Price, now Thos Price); 2 houses with gardens in Ludlow on the E. side of Broad St. (Francis Winwood, glover, Eliz, Davies, widow, as undertenants to Price) - heretofore bought by Thomas Price from Mary Goine, spinster.

[no title]  2030/2/154-5  1 & 2 February 1705/6

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Thomas Price of Leominster, gent
2. Thomas Davies of Ludlow, glover
Consideration: £49
The house, backside and garden thereunto adjoining, in Ludlow, on the E. side of Broad Street, lately divided into 2 tenements (Francis Winwood and Mrs Davies) with a house and garden (late Martin Cropper, now Sir Francis Charlton, bart) on N. side and a house and garden (late George Long, now Mrs Buckley, widow) on the S.side.

[no title]  2030/2/156-7  31 August and 1 September 1727

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Thomas Spencer of Worcester, glover Sarah his wife
2. Mary Came of Ludford, Herefs, widow
Consideration: £80
A house, backside and garden adjoining, in Ludlow, on the E. side of Broad Street (Elizabeth Newborough) having a house of Francis Charlton on N. and a house (Thomas Vernon, watchmaker,) on S.

[no title]  2030/2/158  19 February 1819 Probate 17 August 1819

Contents:
Probate will of Richard Gabriel of Ludlow, sadler.
Wife: Eleanor - household goods &c subject to payment of his debts except £300 charged on a mortgage of his house.
Son: Richard - stock in trade and tools as a sadler
To his wife his house and shop in Broad Street, Ludlow, subject to the mortgage, Remainder to his son Richard.
Wife executrix.

[no title]  2030/2/159  4 January 1832

Contents:
Draft
William Tinson of Ludlow, gent, Humphrey Smith of the same, gent, Richard Nicholas Sankey of same, gent, assignees of the estate of Samuel Weaver and Benjamin Hickman of Ludlow, mercer (1) Samuel Weaver, bankrupt (2) Mary Eyton of Ludlow, widow (3)
Assignment of 9 February 1780 between James Waring (1) James Monnington Morgan (2) reciting a lease of 13 Oct.1779 between the Corporation of Ludlow (1) and James Waring (2) letting a house for 31 years. Waring needing £200 assigned his lease to Morgan. Indenture of 13 Oct.1806 by the burgesses to Morgan, fine £3, lease to Morgan of the premises for 31 years. Assignment of 25 March 1808 James Waring and Samuel Weaver, father of Samuel Weaver - £200 still due all insterest paid to 9 Feb. Weaver agreed with Waring to purchase the equity of redemption of the premises subject to the mortgage debt of £200 for £220; so assigned the messuage to Weaver for the rest of 31 years. Indenture of 22 May 1809 between S. Weaver snr (1) Samuel Weaver, party, only son of S.W. snr.(2) for £220 Samuel Weaver transferred to S.W. jnr. the said houses for the rest of the term. Indenture of 9 Feb.1817 between S.W. jnr (1) James Monnington Morgan (2) premises charged with repayment of £200. For £400 M. Morgan assigned to Weaver the premises charged with £200 and £200. Commission of bankruptcy 16 Sept. 1831 awarded against Samuel Weaver and Benjamin Hickman, and Tinson &c were chosen assignees of their estate, and 22 Oct.1831 their effects were assigned to them. The house to be sold by auction Mary Eyton was the highest bidder for £50. So for £5 to be assignees & £495 to be paid them, assign the house, yard in Ludlow, on E. side of Broad Street (late Samuel Weaver, now Mary Eyton) having the house of William Price, butcher on N, ad the house of Henry Moynott, surgeon on S., Broad St. on W.

[no title]  2030/2/160  1832

Contents:
Draft assignment by Mary Eyton to Wm Tinson of leasehold house, Broad St.

[no title]  2030/2/161  15 September ?

Contents:
Draft agreement for the sale and purchase of the Angel Inn, Ludlow, between John Harding of Ludlow, gent and Henry Harding of the same maltster (1) The Rev. Philip Birt Adams of same, clerk (2) For £2100 to the Hardings, the house, billiard room and bedroom adjoining the coach offices, stables, coachhouses &c called the Angel Inn in Broad Street (Edward Cooke as tenant of the Hardings at £100 p.a.) and 2 coachhouses in the lower yard of the Angel Inn (B. Hickman at £8); and coachhouses adjoining (Wm Moseley Esq at £4); and a stable and loft over with the loft over the lower gateway of the Angel Inn and stable in the upper yard of the inn, and a granary over another coachhouse adjining the said 3, with fixtures - which premises are part of freehold and part leasehold under the Corporation of Ludlow, bought by the Hardings from representatives of the late this Movies [...]

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Contents:
Lower Broad Street

[no title]  2030/2/162  28 October 1760

Contents:
Lease
1. Ludlow Corporation
2. Mary Young of Ludlow, widow
Consideration: £1
A tenement of 2 dwelling houses and a backside and garden on the W. side of Lower Broad Street, Ludlow, in length from the street on the E c.38 yards to a freehold plock of garden once of John Lea, glover, now of Griffith Davies (John Aingell, currier) W., with the freehold house and garden once of Elizabeth Chipp, now or late of William Chipp her son S., and a leasehold house and garden once of Edward Harris, tailor, late of Dr Sprott deceased N., being in front to the street c.31½ ft, in breadth across the middle of the garden c.32 ft (Mary Young and William Hodgekins, razor grinder). For 31 years at 12/-p.a.
At her petition the Corporation will grant a new lease.

[no title]  2030/2/163  16 February 1769

Contents:
Copy will of Mary Young of Ludlow, widow
Nephew William Bowen of Bewdley, surgeon and barber
Walter Bowen son of William Bowen.
Niece: Elinor Baker.
Executors: Abraham Baker of Orlton, Herefs, yeoman and John Wilkes of Ludlow, innholder.
Proved 15 June 1772

[no title]  2030/2/164  24 June 1786

Contents:
Assignment of lease
1. Abraham Baker of Orleton, Herefs, yeoman
Elinor his wife
John Wilkes of Ludlow, innholder, Abraham and John being executors of the will of Mary Young, and Elinor devisee, William Knott of Orleton, yeoman, devisee
2. John Bradley of Ludlow, yeoman
Consideration: £57
The lease to Mary Young (2/162) is assigned to Bradley.

[no title]  2030/2/165  13 October 1790

Contents:
Lease
1. Ludlow Corporation
2. John Bradley
Surrender of lease to Mary Young, and for £1 6s
3 messuages or dwelling houses and a backside and garden on the W. side of Lower Broad Street, from the street, E. 38 yds, to a freehold plock of garden (late John Davies, now James Kinnersley) W., a freehold house and garden formerly of William Chipp, now of Thomas Jennings S, a house and garden formerly of Dr. Sprott, now of Mrs Toldewy N., in front to the street c.31½ ft and in breadth across the middle of the garden 32 ft (John Bradley, John Tipton and John Lane). For 31 years at 12/-p.a.

[no title]  2030/2/166  15 May 1811

Contents:
Assignment of lease by way of mortgage
1. John Bradley of Ludlow, yeoman
2. Thomas Thomas of Ludlow, currier.
Consideration: £60
Lease of 13 October 1790 (2/165) is mortgaged to Thomas.

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Contents:
Bull Ring

[no title]  2030/2/167  27 May 1736

Contents:
Assignment of lease by way of mortgage
1. John Griffiths of Ludlow, tailor
2. JohnHarris and William Bowen of Ludlow, glovers
Lease of Edward Robinson and Somerset Davies, bailiffs and burgesses to John Griffiths of half a house formerly granted by the bailiffs to Richard Davies, ironmonger, since deceased, for 31 years, who bequeathed it by his will to John Griffiths and it has been in his possession and that of John Griffiths his father, a tailor, being in Ludlow on the W. side of a street leading from the Bull Ring to Corve Gate with a house (James Pugh, sadler, now widow Hamonds) on N., a tenement (Edward Down, corvisor, now Samuell Millward, sadler, being the other half of the said house, vested in Henry Davies of Ludlow Alderman) S. for 31 years.
Now for £15 assigned to John Harris and William Bowen, subject to a proviso for redemption.
Dorse: 17 April 1738 Receipt by John Griffiths from Wm Bowen of £3 part of the £15,20/- of it being interest due for the £10 first paid.

[no title]  2030/2/168  5 October 1738

Contents:
Assignment of a lease by way of an assignment of mortgage
1. William Bowen
2. John Griffiths
3. Edward Ingram of Ludlow, tailor
Recital of lease of 4 August 1715 by the bailiffs etc. to John Griffiths of half the house; recital of mortgage of 20 May 1736. For £14 to Bowen from Ingram and £41 from Ingram to Griffiths, the lease is assigned to Ingram.

[no title]  2030/2/169  20 June 1741

Contents:
Family settlement
1. Edward Ingram and Elizabeth his wife
2. James Marsh of Ludlow, writing master
Edward Woodall of the same, carpenter, brother of Elizabeth.
Recital lease of 5 October 1738 by the Corporation of Ludlow (Cessar Hawkins, gent and Thomas Smith, Esq., bailiffs) to Edward Ingram, of a house (late John Griffiths, tailor, now Ingram) on W. side of the street from the Bullring to Corve Gate, which with another adjoining of Henry Davies, Alderman, which is held by the Corporation of Ludlow, were once one messuage, described in the lease to John Griffiths as half a house, since used as 2 distinct houses. The house was the house held under the Corporation by Mrs Martha Hammons, widow, late Thomas Whitman, maltster, as undertenant of Martha Hammonds, N., the house of Henry Davies (Wm Foulkes, staymaker) S, extending from the street on the E. to outbuildings of the house in the possession of Francis Griffiths, baker, W.
Assigned for affection to Marsh and Woodall for the rest of 31 years on trust for Edward and Elizabeth to enjoy for their lives and that of the survivor, remainder to Thomas their son, paying his brothers and sisters the sums appointed by his parents, not to exceed £10. If Thomas dies, in their lifetime, Edward and Elizabeth are to make a different disposition. They may mortgage the lease for not over £30. Elizabeth, if she survives Edward, is not to raise over £10, but if Edward has not raised £30 she may raise £40.

[no title]  2030/2/170  11 May 1765

Contents:
Licence to assign lease
1. Corporation of Ludlow
2. Thomas Ingram of Ludlow, tailor
To assign to Thomas Cadwallader the house on W. side of the street from the Bullring to Corve Gate.

[no title]  2030/2/171  11 May 1765

Contents:
Assignment of lease
1. Thomas Ingram of Ludlow, tailor
2. Edward Woodall of the same town, carpenter
3. Thomas Cadwallader of Ludlow, innholder
Recital - bailiffs and burgesses lease of 5 October 1738
Recital of settlement of 20 June 1741 (2/169)
Consideration: £75 Thomas Ingram assigns the lease to Cadwallader of the said house for the rest of 31 years.

[no title]  2030/2/172  25 March 1767

Contents:
Lease
1. Corporation of Ludlow
2. Thomas Cadwallader of Ludlow, innholder
Consideration: £18
A piece of inclosed arable land (3a) in Conduit Field, lately leased to Thomas Wellings of Ludlow, carrier, with the freehold of Mr John Taylor E. & N., the Corporation lands on S. and Corporation lands of Benjamin Griffiths on W. For 21 years at £2 5a p.a.

[no title]  2030/2/173  29 September 1796

Contents:
Assignment of lease
1. Thomas Cadwallader snr of Ludlow, gent
2. John Griffiths of Ludlow, butcher
Recital of lease of 27 October 1781 by the Corporation of Ludlow to Thomas Cadwallader snr. of a house in Ludlow on the W. of the street from Bull Ring to Corve Gate (Thomas Richards) having a Corporation house of Thomas Watkis (Mrs Gaskell, now - Colman, surgeon) N. and another Corporation house once of Henry Davies, now of Richard Chipp, butcher (Edward Chipp, now John Noakes, grocer) S, extending from the street E. to a bakehouse (Samuel Baldwyn, baker, now widow Hughes) W. For 31 years. Now for £160 Thomas Cadwallader snr. assigns the lease to John Griffiths.

[no title]  2030/2/174  28 October 1796

Contents:
Licence to assign lease
1. Corporation of Ludlow
2. Thomas Cadwallader of Ludlow, innkeeper.
For 2/6 permission to assign the lease of a house in the Bull Ring, Ludlow (Thomas Richards).

[no title]  2030/2/175  20 September 1828

Contents:
Draft agreement for the sale and purchase of a house in the Bull Ring Joseph Paytoe yeoman and Samuel Dayus of Ludlow, butcher. Consideration: £70 and £226. House in the Bull Ring on the E. side with the blacksmith's shop on S.; house (- Hodges) N. and the Bull Ring W., and the right of way from the back door of the said house.

[no title]  2030/2/176  11 May 1829

Contents:
Draft conditions of sale of a leasehold house, garden, stable on the E. side of the Bull Ring Ludlow, late in the possession of Mrs Sarah Owen, deceased.

[no title]  2030/2/177  10 August 1857 (or 37)

Contents:
Draft conditions for the sale of the Bull Inn in the Bull Ring, Ludlow (Mrs Anne Robinson, the proprietor) and a dwelling house adjoining on the N. side (Mr Henry Williams as tenant). Freehold except for a small portion of the grontage (38 ft in length, breadth c.4ft) leasehold under the Corporation for 31 years. Downes purchases for £1,250.

[no title]  2030/2/178-9  20 March 1944

Contents:
Lease and counterpart
1. Joseph William Price of The Waverley, High Street, Ross on Wye, hairdresser
2. De Courcy Spencer Parrack Price of 12 & 13 Bull Ring, Ludlow, hairdresser
The shop &c on W.side of the Bull Ring, Ludlow, numbered 12 & 13, with fixtures, for 21 years at £260 p.a.

[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
Castle Street - Quality Square

[no title]  2030/2/180-1  8&9 May 1849

Contents:
Attested copies of [...] lease and release
1. The Rev. Francis Stanley M.A. Rector of Much Hadham, Herts, Clerk
2. Samuel Sayce of Ludlow, innholder
Consideration: £325
The house and malthouse and house and garden adjoining the malthouse and stable belonging, part of which in the tenure of Thomas Hammond, baker, in Castle St., Ludlow; part of the court in Quality Square which is now enclosed and railed in lying on W. part or left hand of the gate or entrance leading into the same - 9 yds in length and 5½ yds in breadth; right of passing through Quality Square to the stable and court or yard with horses, coaches and carriages. Which property was late part of the freehold estate of Francis Price late of Ludlow, gent, deceased.

[no title]  2030/2/182  12 February 1768

Contents:
Copy mortgage
1. Samuel Sayce of Ludlow, innholder
2. Margaret Syer of Ludlow, widow
Consideration: £300 for which a bond of even date
The house on the N. side of the Castle St., Ludlow (Edward Collier, brazier) the house and malthouse and stable adjoining the first house (Samuel Sayce jnr. malster); the workshop and granary over it and stable adjoining behind the malthouse (Edward Collier and Samuel Sayce jnr.); and stable at the further end of W. side of Quality Square, Ludlow; part of the court in Quality Square lying before the stables railed in (9yds in length & 5yds in breadth) (Edward Chipp); right of going through Quality Square. For 1000 years.

[no title]  2030/2/183  19 May 1784

Contents:
Attested copy will of Samuel Sayce of Ludlow
Lands in Stanton Lacy (Wm Taylor) to his daughter Ann Sayce for life, then to his son Samuel Sayce of Bath, porter brewer. To His daughter Mrs Baugh. 2 houses, malthouse, stable and gardens on N. side of Castle St., Ludlow, to son Samuel.
Sole executor: Samuel Sayce.
Codicial of 15 March 1787

[no title]  2030/2/184  24 & 25 March 1788

Contents:
Lease and release - sale of mortgaged property
1. Margaret Syer of Ludlow
2. Samuel Sayce of Bath, and Sarah his wife; he is son and executor of the will of Samuel Sayce of Ludlow, deceased
3. William Wheatly of Ludlow, butcher
4. John Penny of Ludlow
5. Edward Dyke of Ludlow
Recital of mortgage of 12 February 1768 (2/182).
Stable, pigstye, dung yard behind the house and malthouse (- Langford, maltster) in Castle Street, Ludlow.

[no title]  2030/2/185  25 March 1788

Contents:
Covenant to produce deeds
1. William Phillips of Ludlow, watchmaker
2. William Wheatly of Ludlow, butcher
Phillips by indentures of lease and release, release of equal date herewith, bought from Samuel Sayce of Bath, the house, malthouse and garden in Ludlow. Wheatly by leases and release of the same date bought from Samuel Sayce other houses in Ludlow. Phillips's property is of greater value than Wheatly's, so Phillips has the deeds. He covenants to produce them for Wheatly, namely:-
8 & 9 May 1749 lease and release (2/180-1)
12 February 1768 mortgage (2/182)

[no title]  2030/2/186  20 May 1791

Contents:
Mortgage
1. William Wheatley of Ludlow, butcher
2. Ann Smallman of Croft in Yarpole, Herefs, spinster
Consideration: £50
Stable, pigstye, dungyard, cistern behind a dwelling house and malthouse (- Galliers) in Castle Street, in Ludlow (William Wheatley) for 1000 years, subject to a proviso for redemption.

[no title]  2030/2/187-8  1 & 2 May 1804

Contents:
Lease and release and assignment to attend the inheritance
1. William Weatley late of Ludlow, butcher, now of Steventon, Ludford, Farmer
2. Ann Smallman of Ludlow, spinster
3. Edward Collier of the same, brazier
4. Richard Russel of the same, gent
5. John Harding of Ludlow, liquer merchant
James Davies of the same, glover, trustees and executors of the will of Mary Dyke late of Ludlow, decd., widow, and residuary devisee and sole executor of Edward Dyke late of the same, breeches maker, dcd [...]
6. Thomas Cadwallader of Ludlow, innkeeper
Mortgage 20 March 1791 between William Weatley (1) Ann Smallman (2) £50 demise of stable, pigstye etc. in castle St., Ludlow for 100 years. The £50 is still due.
Collier has agreed with Wm W. to buy the property, so for £50 due from Wm W. to Ann being secured to be paid to her, and £50 to Wm W. from Collier, Wm sells to Richard Russel the stable, pig stye and dung yard with the loft and warehouse over the stablebehind a house and malthouse (late Thomas Rook, maltster, now Samuel George) behind or leading from Castle Street - which stable etc. is in the tenure of Collier at the yearly rent of £5. To Richard Russel in trust for Collier. Proviso that if Collier pays Ann Smallman £50 she will surrender the term of 100 years to him. By lease and release and assignment of 24 & 25 March 1788 between Margaret Syer, widow (1) Samuel Sayce and Sarah his wife (2) William Weatley (3) John Penny (4) Edward Dyke (5) the premises were assigned to Dyke for the rest of 1000 years in trust for Weatley.
Will of Dyke 12 January 1783 appointing his wife Mary sole executrix. Will of Mary Dyke 15 May 1797 appointing John Harding and James Davies trustees and executors - proved at Hereford. She had not proved her husband's will, so administration was granted to Harding and Davies. No assignment of 1000 years was made in the lives of Edward and Mary Dyke. Now Harding and Davies assign it to Cadwallader to the rest of the term, in trust for Ann Smallman until £50 paid, then in trust for Collier.

[no title]  2030/2/189  1749-1806

Contents:
Abstract of title to premises in Castle Street and Quality Square, Ludlow.
8 & 9 May 1749 lease and release
The Rev. Francis Stanley, Rector of Much Hadham Herts(1) to Benjamin Tipton of Ludlow, gent (2) £420 House (Howell Gwynne Esq) & garden, stable and coachhouse), part of the court in the palisades in the Square leading from the coach buse to outside of the garden door (9 yds long, 8 yds wide) then enclosed by a rail erected by Benjamin Tipton, in Quality Square, Ludlow (the late part of property of Francis Price late of Ludlow, gent, ded. [...]
12 & 13 November 1750
Lease and release between Francis Stanley (1) William Grati of Ludlow, gent (2) for £80 A house (Samuel Price, gent, lately) in Castle Street, Ludlow and in a court or square called Quality Square, with a small stable being part of the estate of Francis Price of Ludlow, gent, decd.
23 & 24 June 1789
Lease and release
Benjamin Tipton (1) John Carter of Holton, Bromfield, gent.
£550
Houses (Benjamin Tipton, John Wilson, joiner) with a garden (B.Tipton); 1 stable (Thomas Bedoe, baker); 1 coach house belonging (Thomas Anderson, barber), part of the court in the palisades in the square from the coach housed to outside the garden door, 9 yds long and 8 yds wide, enclosed by a rail by B. Tipton in Quality Square, bought by Tipton, and the house (Thomas Anderson) from Francis Stanley.
20 & 21 January 1791
Lease and release Benjamin Tipton and Anne Tipton, spinster, his daughter (1) to John Carter (2) for £110
The house (Samuel Price, gent, once, then Edward Bowen, grocer as a warehouse) in Castle St. in Quality Square with a small stable, bought by William Grati, gent, grandfather of Anne Tipton from Francis Stanley, clerk, being part of the freehold of Francis Price, gent, decd.
22 July 1806
Will of John Carter of Holton, Bromfield, gent. To his wife Sarah his freehold house and garden in Ludlow in Quality Square (Harley Thomas, mercer); stable in Quality Square (then or late Thomas Green, surgeon). To hold to his wife Sarah until his grandson Edward Bowen eldest son of his daughter Sarah by Edward Bowen late of Ludlow, grocer, decd. is 21, then the said house, garden and stable to Edward Bowen. To his wife his other freehold houses, gardens, warehouses and stables in Ludlow (Wm Hand, maltster, John Jolley, joiner, Samuel Grubb, shoemaker and John Cooke, grocer) for her life, then his house, garden in Quality Square (Wm Hand) with a stable (John Jolley) to his grandson Edward Bowen, grandson John Bowen, another son of Edward Bowen, decd by Sarah, and William Beddoes of Diddlebury, farmer, a friend, for the life of his daughter Sarah, letting her take the rents, then the house, garden and stable to John Bowen and the workshop (John Jolley) and warehouse under the same (late Edward Farmer, grocer, then John Cook, grocer) to his grandson Zachariah Bowen son of Sarah by Edward Bowen. House, warehouse and garden (Edward Grubb) in Quality Square to his grandson Thomas Bowen, son of his daughter Sarah Bowen. Executors: Edward and John Bowen and William Beddoes.
Will proved at Hereford.
Note that Mrs Carter the widow of the testator will release her life interest in the premises.

[no title]  2030/2/190-1  24 & 25 March 1812

Contents:
Lease and release - mortgage and assignment of 2 terms to attend inheritance
1. Edward Collier of Ludlow, brazier
2. Richard Russel of the same, gent
3. Ann Smallman of the same, spinster
4. Thomas Cadwallader of the same, innholder
5. Thomas Cooke of the same, mason
6. Thomas Morris of Leominster, Herefs, gent, trustee of Cooke.
Recital of mortgage of 12 February 1768 creating the term of 1000 years.
Assignment 2 May 1804, vested in Cadwallader to attend the inheritance. Mortgage of 20 March 1791 whereby the term of 100 years was created and vested in Ann Smallman by mortgage to scure £50 and subject to redemption by William Wheatley, then proprietor of the premises.
Lease and release of 1 & 2 May 1804 when the premises were conveyed to Russel in trust for Collier.
Collier has paid the £50 and interest due to Ann Smallman but she has not assigned the term. £159 has been lent by Cooke, so mortgage of the stable, pigstye and dung yard with the loft and warehouse over the stable recently converted into workshops behind a house and malthouse (once Thomas Rooke, then Samuel George, now William Harding) behind Castle Street, Ludlow (Edward Collier) bought by him from Wheatley.
The property is now of the yearly value of £15.
Proviso for redemption.
Ann assigns the premises to Thomas Morris for the rest of 100 years, in trust for Cooke to attend the inheritance and after the money has been repaid, in trust for Collier. Cadwallader assigns the rest of the term of 1000 years to Morris to the use of Cooke, then after payment, to Collier.

[no title]  2030/2/192  22 January 1816

Contents:
Instructions for the will of Mrs Carter, Priors Halton.

[no title]  2030/2/193  10 February 1816

Contents:
Letter from Elihu Jones to Mrs Carter, Priors Halton relating to the rent of part of the warehouses (late Cook's, now Mr Tyler) in Quality Sq.

[no title]  2030/2/194  n.d

Contents:
Letter asking for the will of the late John Carter.

[no title]  2030/2/195  n.d

Contents:
Valuation of premises in the Square, Ludlow, including the warehouses.

[no title]  2030/2/196  n.d

Contents:
Account of repairs in a house, bolts, locks &c.

[no title]  2030/2/197  n.d

Contents:
Particulars of property in Quality Square and Lot numbers.

[no title]  2030/2/198  26 February 1816

Contents:
Conditions of sale of the dwelling house in Quality Square (Mrs Thomas) Lot 1.

[no title]  2030/2/199  26 February 1816

Contents:
Conditions of sale of the house and garden in Quality Square (Mr George) Lot 2. "No sale".

[no title]  2030/2/200  26 February 1816

Contents:
Conditions of sale of a brick building 19 ft front used as a workshop in Quality Square near the Market House, Ludlow (Mr Grubb, currier). Lot 3.

[no title]  2030/2/201  26 February 1816

Contents:
Conditions of sale of a stable in Quality Square (John Owen) Lot 4, sold to Mr Harley Thomas.

[no title]  2030/2/202  26 February 1816

Contents:
Conditions of sale of a brick warehouse in Quality Square (assignees of Mr Cook, grocer, bankrupt). Lot 5

[no title]  2030/2/203  26 February 1816

Contents:
Conditions of sale of a brick warehouse in Quality Square (Mr Tyler, grocer) Lot 6.

[no title or date]  2030/2/204

Contents:
Poster for the sale of freehold houses, gardens, stable and warehouses at the White Horse Inn, Ludlow on 26 February 1816.
Lot 1 - house and garden in Quality Square near the Market House (Mrs Thomas)
Lot 2 House and garden adjoining Lot (Mr George)
Lot 3 Brick building 19ft front - workshop (Mr Grubb, currier)
Lot 4 3 stall stable and hayloft over (Mr Owen, shoemaker)
Lot 5 Nearly new brick warehouse adjoining Lot 4 (assignee of Mr Cook, grocer, bankrupt)
Lot 6 Nearly new brick warehouse adjoining Lot 5 (Mr Tyler, grocer)
All freehold in Quality Square.

[no title]  2030/2/205  n.d

Contents:
Inventory - Mrs Thomas's House and Mrs George's House, Quality Square.

[no title]  2030/2/207  11 March 1816

Contents:
Agreement between John Bowen (for Thomas Bowen) and William Jones, that William Jones buy for £115 the warehouse in Quality Square, Ludlow (Samuel Grubb).

[no title]  2030/2/206  9 March 1816

Contents:
Agreement between John Bowen (for Thomas) and Humphrey Smith, for the purchase of a house and garden in Quality Square (Mr George) for £230.

[no title]  2030/2/208  3 May 1816

Contents:
Copy will of Edward Collier of Ludlow, brazier.
Trustees and executors: Richard Holland of Overton, Herefs, farmer, and William Hand of Ludlow, maltster, to sell the house, shops, warehouse, stable, yard and buildings (own possession and of James Noakes and Samuel Anderson). He mentions 2 children, Margaret and Jane Collier. Dorse: conveyance to be dated from 29 Sept.1816, with opinion of Mr Shadwell.

[no title]  2030/2/209  London 26 July 1816

Contents:
Letter from John Bowen to his brother Mr Bowen, butcher, Wigmore, left at the Sun Inn, Ludlow. He understood it was only one of Mr Bowen's houses for which he could not find the title deeds. Mr Anderson thinks they were cut up for feather bags. John Bowen doubts whether they were any such deeds at lease for the property sold to Mr Jones as he remembers that being built by his, John Bowen's grandfather. Mr Morris, attorney had some deeds from Halton in his possession to enable him to convey the other part of the property to Mr Thomas. He finds it extraordinary that a title was found even to the stable adjoining the one now in question. He suggests his brother asks George Carter about the matter. He thinks the reduction claimed by the purchaser of Mr Bowen's property extremely hard.

[no title]  2030/2/210-213  6 February 1817

Contents:
Memorandum of an agreement between Thomas Cook of Ludlow, mason and George Anderson of the same, gent.
Thomas Cook for £1 now paid and £84 to be paid on 25 March, agrees to convey to Anderson the stable and loft over it (12 ft 8 ins in length) in Castle St., Ludlow (Samuel Anderson and James Noakes) and the dung yard and premises adjoining - measured from extremity of the N. wall to S. part 13 ft. Cook agrees to build a brick and nogged wall from the ground to the roof to divide the stable from other part of the premises the expense being in equal shares. Anderson is to be allowed a road of 3 ft to the dung yard in case Cook cannot procure a road on the E. side leading into the garden of the Rev. Mr Cowdell.
Attached
3 receipts.

[no title]  2030/2/214  4 March 1817

Contents:
Release
1. Richard Russel of Ludlow, gentleman
2. Richard Holland of Overton, farmer, devisee in trust in the will of Edward Collier of Ludlow, brazier, decd.
3. John Stephens of Ludlow, gent.
4. Thomas Cooke of Lower Broad St., Ludlow, mason
Edward Wellings jnr. of Ludlow, gent, trustee of Cooke
Lease and release of 1 & 2 May 1804 (2/187-8)
Assignment by lease and release of 24 & 25 March 1812 (2/190-1) The £159 is still due. Collier by his will of 3 May last left the house shops, warehouse, yard (himself and James Noakes and Samuel Anderson) with the stock in trade, to Richard Holland and William Hand of Ludlow, maltster, in trust to sell the same. William Hand declined to act. Holland proved the will at Hereford on 22 August last.
Lease and release of 1 & 2 January last between Richard Holland and William Hand (1) John Stephens of Ludlow, gent (2) Conveyance of the house, shops etc. to Stephens to the use of Holland. Richard Holland on 15 July last put the premises up for auction at the Sun Inn, Ludlow. No bid. There is due to Cooke now £187 1s 9d. Holland has asked Cooke to buy the premises for £159 which he has agreed to do, so the stable &c are sold to Cooke for £159.

[no title]  2030/2/215  1748-1817

Contents:
Abstract of the title of Mr Thomas Cook to a stable, workshop and premises in Castle Street, Ludlow.

[no title]  2030/2/216-7  1 & 2 October 1817

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Thomas Cook of Ludlow, mason
2. Thomas Morris of Leominster, Herefs, gent, in whom the residue of 2 terms of 1000 years and 100 years are vested.
3. George Anderson of Ludlow, gent.
4. William Downes of Ludlow, gent, trustee for George Anderson to whom the residue of the terms is to be assigned.
Consideration: £85
Stable and loft in Castle St., Ludlow, with a stable (the Rev. Henry Cowdell)S, yard and premises belonging to the Sun Inn (Mrs Pugh, innkeeper) W, stable of Edward Powell, glazier (self) N, piece of ground described below E; a small piece of ground in front of the stable in length 13ft 5ins, in breadth 4ft; a dung yard and premises near adjoining to the stable, on which dung yard G. Anderson has lately erected a stable and privy having a pigstye and yard of Edward Powell with a road or passage to the stable and privy next described S, garden of the Sun Inn W, a garden of Henry Cowdell (John Davies) N, road into the garden E. The dung yard &c is 22 ft W to E, and 13ft N. to S, being 4½ ins more ground on the S side of the dungyard than on which the stable and privy is now built and on E. end of which ground Edward Powell has fixed his post for a rail fence; and the way to the stable and privy in length from S. to N 11 ft 7 ins, breadth 3ft, which was bounded by a rail fence of Edward Powell E., yard in front of the privy N, the dung pit of Edward Powell W. All in the possession of George Anderson and Samuel Anderson, his tenant. The terms of 1000 years and 100 years created by indentures of 12 Feb. 1768 and 20 May 1791 are assigned by Morris to Downes.

[no title]  2030/2/218  2 October 1817

Contents:
Assignment of terme [...]
1. Ann Smallman of Brand Lane, Ludlow, spinster
2. Thomas Cook of Ludlow, stone mason
3. George Anderson of Ludlow, gent.
4. Edward Wellings of the same, gent, trustee
Recital of mortgage of 20 May 1791 by way of lease for 1000 years from William Wheatley to Ann Smallman, of the stable, pigstye, dung yard &c behind the house (- Galliers) in Castle S.
Recital lease and release of 24 & 25 March 1812 by which Ann Smallman assigned the mortgage to Morris.
She now assigns the term of 1000 years to Edward Wellings in trust to George Anderson.

[no title]  2030/2/219/1  n.d

Contents:
Sketch of the property

[no title]  2030/2/219/2  18 December 1817

Contents:
Thomas Cook undertakes to procure copies of the deeds of 18 June 1748 (order of the court of Exchquer); Hilary 1788 - fine between John Penny plt and Samuel and Sarah Sayce, defors.; 1 & 2 January 1817 lease and release between Richard Holland and William Hand (L) and John Stephens (2)

[no title]  2030/2/220  1818

Contents:
Draft abstract of the title of John Bowen to the house and garden in Quality Square, Ludlow 1751-1806

[no title]  2030/2/221  25 April 1818

Contents:
Agreement
1. John Bowen of Ludlow, gent
2. Thomas Watts of the same, mercer
£5 now to Bowen and £250 to come from Watts before 25 July next.
Bowen is to sell to Watts the house and garden, including fixtures, in Quality Square, Ludlow (late Mrs Thomas, now void)

[no title]  2030/2/222  20 August 1819

Contents:
Receipt for £1 7s 8d for 55 yards and 3ft of pitch on the way leading to the premises in the Square, the property of Messrs Poull & Anderson.
Docketed: Mr Powell, plumber.

[no title]  2030/2/223  8 September 1821

Contents:
Declaration and agreement
1. Humphrey Smith of Ludlow, ironmonger, proprietor of the buildings on the W. ide [...] of Quality Square, Ludlow.
2. George Anderson
Smith's property is used in part as an ironmonger's warehouse and part as a bakehouse. He has lately opened a communication to the part used as a warehouse by placing a door therein out of a narrow passage leading through the square to stables of George Anderson and other proprietors having property in the yard, for the purpose of taking iron and other articles into and from the warehouse. In doing so he broke the pitching or road leading along the narrow passage and has since repaired it at his expense. He declares he put in the door and repaired the pitching with the permission of George Anderson and declares the narrow passage is the joint property of George Anderson and other proprietors having premises at the back of Smith's warehouse, and for this permission had paid George Anderson 1d and agrees to pay it yearly as long as George Anderson permits the door.

[no title]  2030/2/224  23 December 1826

Contents:
Lease
1. George Anderson of Ludlow, gent
2. Francis Knill of the same, plumber and glazier
Stable or warehouse at the back of Quality Square, in Castle St., Ludlow (George Anderston), stable of Edward Powell N, stable of the Rev. Henry Cowdell S (except the dung pit or hole lately used and occupied with it) under a cottage (Ann Symonds). For 10 years at £4 p.a.

[no title]  2030/2/225-7  24 June 1832

Contents:
Lease and draft and copy
1. Harley Thomas of Cholstrey, Leominster, Herefs, gent.
2. Thomas Cranage of Ludlow, bootmaker
House and garden in Castle St and Quality Sq., Ludlow (Thomas Cranage). For 21 years at £42 p.a.

[no title]  2030/2/228-9  27 & 28 January 1836

Contents:
Lease and release
1. George Anderson of Ludlow, gent.
2. George Brydges Rodney Anderson of the same, gent.
Thomas Francis Anderson late of the same, gent, two of the sons of George Anderson.
To provide for his 2 sons George Anderson conveys the house near Quality Square being a stable (James Pugh, grocer) S, yard leading to a garden of James Pugh E., a stable of Edward Powell N, and a yard and premises of the Sun Inn W, (Thomas Morris as tenant to George Anderson); the house near adjoining the last, being a garden (James Pugh) N., Sun Inn garden W., the said stable of Edward Powell S, (Anne Symonds, widow as tenant of George Anderson).
To hold to the 2 sons forever as tenants in common and not as joint tenants.

[no title]  2030/2/230  25 March 1829

Contents:
Draft conveyance of a house in Castle St., Ludlow
1. Samuel Anderson of Ludlow, hairdresser
2. William Downes, gent
3. George Anderson of the same
4. Thomas Griffiths of the same, trustee of George Anderson
Recital indenture of 26 March 1808 between Samuel and George Anderson (1) John Cropper, decd (2) Consideration: £200 lent by Cropper to Samuel secured on property in Castle Street mortgaged to Cropper for 500 years. £100 lent by Downes on 25 March 1828 on the said premises for 300 years. The said house in Castle Street with the house of Harley Thomas E., house and malthouse late of William Harding, decd. on N., and the house of the Rev. Mr Cowdell on W., Castle St., S., which house was formerly the estate of Ann Tipton, decd, left by her to Mary Williams wife of William Williams of London, baker, and by Williams conveyed to Samuel Anderson in March 1808.

[no title]  2030/2/231  12 November 1834

Contents:
Draft
1. George Anderson of Ludlow, gent
2. William Watkeys of Ludlow, shoemaker
3. Catharine Camell of Ludlow, spinster
Assignment of 25 March 1820 between William Watkeys (1) William Payne (2) George Anderson (3) in consideration of £150 from George Anderson to Payne and £50 to William Watkeys from George Anderson, Payne assigned and Watkeys ratified, the messuage in Ludlow in Castle Street, (once Job James, then William Watkeys) for the rest of 31 years by lease of 13 October 1806 by the Bailiffs to George Whittall. Interest 5% p.a. £200 is still due. Now for £200 from Camell to G. Anderson, assignment of the said houses.

[no title]  2030/2/232  7 June 1851

Contents:
Lease
1. George Anderson of Ludlow, gent
2. Joseph Williams of Ludlow, miller
The house in Castle Street, Ludlow (Joseph Williams) with the fixtures.
For 10½ years. Rent: £15 p.a. Inventory of fixtures.

[no title]  2030/2/233  16 Mary 1828

Contents:
Draft agreement
Thomas Weaver of Ludlow, miller, and Thomas Harris of the same, miller
The watercorn mill with the floodgates, called the Castle Mill, in the parish of St. Lawrence, Ludlow, from 18 May instant until 20 February 1830 at 17/- per week.

[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
Corve Street and Quality Square

[no title]  2030/2/234  6 June 1816

Contents:
Certificate of surveyors that they have been called on to survey an old timber partition at a house situate before the Rose and Crown Inn, Ludlow the property of Mrs Amis adjoining a house of Mr Watkins. They find it to be a party wall, the ownership of which is shared by Mrs Amis and Mr Watkins. Sent to John Harper, builder, Ludlow.

[no title]  2030/2/235  28 July 1818

Contents:
Bond
Thomas Amies of Ludlow, tailor, is bound to Eleanor Amies of the same, widow, in £800 for payment of £400 and interest at 5% on 28 January next

[no title]  2030/2/236-7  29 & 30 July 1818

Contents:
Copy lease and release - marriage settlement
1. Joseph Paytoe of Ludlow, blacksmith
2. Eleanor Amies of the same, widow
3. Edward Powell of the same, glazier
A marriage has been agreed on between Joseph Paytoe and Eleanor Amies.
Settlement of the house at or near the entrance to the place in Ludlow called Quality Square (Edward Collier and Samuel Collier, brazier), and 2 houses adjoining together at the lower end and on the E. side of Corve Street (- Gethen, tailor and Lewis Pozzy). To the use of Joseph Paytoe and his heirs until the marriage, then to the use of Eleanor for her life and after death to the use of the persons appointed by Joseph Paytoe in default to his heirs and assigns forever.
Eleanor Amies is entitled to £400 secured by a bond to Thomas Amies, tailor, her son; it is agreed between Joseph Paytoe and Eleanor that the bond be assigned to Powell. It is therefore assigned on trust to pay the interest to her for her life, and after her death as she appoints, in default, to be divided among the children of Eleanor and her late husband Thomas Amies.

[no title]  2030/2/238  10 April 1830

Contents:
Appointment by Eleanor Paytoe, wife of Joseph Paytoe of Ludlow
Recital of bond of Thomas Amies innkeeper of Ludlow to Eleanor Paytoe (then Elanor Amies) dated 28 July 1818.
Recital lease and release of 29 & 30 July 1818 when the bond was assigned to Edward Powell. She appoints that the £400 and interest shall after her death be retained by Thomas Amies for his own use.
Enclosed

[no title]  2030/2/239  10 April 1830

Contents:
Agreement between Richard Amies of Ludlow, glazier (1) Thomas Amies, innkeeper (2)
Thomas Amies is indebted to Richard in £130 for which he has given a promissory note dated this day. Richard promises not to call up the said sum without 3 months' notice to Thomas.

[no title or date]  2030/2/240

Contents:
Account - W. Lloyd in account with Thomas Amies and receipt for £30 by W. Lloyd from Thomas Amies.

[no title or date]  2030/2/241

Contents:
G.H. Dansey's lawyer's bill of costs to Messrs Richard and Samuel Amies £9 1s November 1829-March 1830. Receipt by W.H. Dansey for £5 from Richard Amies for his share of the bill, 10 April 1830

[no title]  2030/2/242-3  9 August 1831

Contents:
Insurance Policy (Royal Exchange Assurance) of Thomas Amies of Ludlow, innholder (£1 5s) to assure £150 on that part of a house marked AA in a Back Street leading from the Market Hall to the Market Cross in Ludlow, occupied by Mrs Blainey a poulterer, £300 on the rest of the said house with offices adjoining marked BBCCC occupied by Thomas Amies called the Rose and Crown Inn. £230 on his household furniture, linen, wearing apparel and plate and books. £10 on glass, china, earthenware; £100 on his utensils and stock; £100 on 2 stables adjoining with rooms and chambers over in the yard belonging DDD; £100 on the stable marked E with a hayloft over and £10 on utensils and stock therein. All brick and tile.
Note that the letters refer to a sketch of the premises lodged in the office.
Printed proposal.

[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
Corve Street

[no title]  2030/2/244  22 July 1772

Contents:
Copy release and settlement
1. Mary Heath of Ludlow, widow of Samuel Heath late of Ludlow, innkeeper decd, one of the devisees in his will
2. John Harding of Ludlow, gunsmith and Margaret his wife, only daughter and heir at law of Samuel Heath and devisee in his will
3. Thomas Morely of Ludlow, butcher
To barr entails in property below to settle the same, conveyance to Morley of a house or burgage - Paint Hall - in Richard's Castle, Herefs; a house (now and for many years used as 4 dwellings) in Corve Street, Ludlow, on the E. side (Joseph Tomkins, victualler, Ann Pinches, spinster, Edward Turner labourer and Sarah Hawkins, spinster, all late the inheritance of Samuel Heath decd who by his will of 4 June 1766 gave the premises in Richard's Castle (which he lately bought from William Crump and Martha his wife) to Mary Heath for life, and after her death to his daughter Margaret Harding and their corporeal heirs, in default to Samuel's own right heirs forever. To Margaret Harding the house used as 4 dwellings in Ludlow.
To Moreley, to use that Mary Heath shall receive from the rents & c £15 p.a. and to hold the property to uses appointed by the Hardings, subject to the said rent charge of £15 p.a. Covenant to levy a fine.

[no title]  2030/2/245  2 March 1787

Contents:
Declaration of trust on the purchase of a house in Corve Street, Ludlow, by William Felton of Ludlow, nailer
Recital of lease and release, the release being of equal date herewith, between Ann Prince of Downton, Herefs, widow of John Prince of Downton, yeoman, decd. (1) John Pryce of Ludlow, glover and Elizabeth his wife (2) William Felton (3) Richard Piper of Ludlow, glover (4)
Which recited the lease and release of 24 & 25 July 1760 between Matthew Clarke and Elizabeth his wife and Katherine Powell (1) Jho & Eliz [...] (2) Samuel Morgan of Ludlow, glover (3), John Prince (4) Samuel Pearce of Ludlown maltster (5) selling a house for £60, £30 of which was lent by John Prince; so for £30 from John Prince and £30 from the Pryces to the Clarkes and Powell, the house near the Lower end of Corve Street, Ludlow, with the garden adjoining (Pryce) and stable and pigstye at the lower end of the garden (William Styche) and part of a garden of the Clarkes and Powell (Thomas Farmer) on W. of the said gardens as lay behind the stable and pigstye, in length from the lower end of a hedge dividing the 2 gardens in a straight line down and opposite the upper or N. side of the collar post of the party wall, betwen the said stable and a stable of the Clarkes &c (Thomas Farmer) c. 40½ yds, in breadth from the upper of N. side of the collar post 9 ft.
Then for £32 15s to Ann Prince from Felton, and £27 5s to John and Elizabeth Pryce, sale of the house, garden and premises near the lower end of Corve St. Ludlow (J. Pryce), and assignment of 500 years to Piper.
Dorse
Memorandum that William Felton died leaving a son William Felton who died leaving Emily Felton his wife and Frederick Felton of Duke St., Southwark, hop merchant, his only child. The Amicable Society at the Blue Boar, Ludlow, have been in possession and receipt of rents of the house, stable, garden &c since the lease and release of 1 & 2 March 1787 They have contracted with Daniel Dodd of Ludlow, farmer, to sell him the said house etc. for £180. Indenture of 31 December 1868 Frederick Felton and Emily (1) D. Dodd (2) Edward Edwards (3) for £180, property conveyed to Dodd. Now the Amicable Society deliver the conveyance of 31 December 1868 made by Frederick and Emily Felton at their request so they could complete the sale. The £180 was not received by the Feltons but by the Society. Signatures of the 18 members of the Society, before Thomas Halford of Raven St., Ludlow.

[no title]  2030/2/246  13 October 1804

Contents:
Lease
1. Bailiffs, burgesses and Commonalty of Ludlow
2. Margaret Holland of Ludlow, spinster, executrix of the will of Edward Lea late of Ludlow, Esq., decd.
In consideration of the surrender of a lease of the property below granted to Edward Lea on 13 October 1775, and for a fine of £3 15s 2 houses formerly used as one house, with a garden or orchard adjoining, in Ludlow, on the E. side of Corve St. (Benjamin Passey and - Jones, undertenants of Margaret Holland) which garden or orchard being converted into a fold on part of which a barn has been erected (M. Holland) - all which premises called Halls Lands adjoin a freehold house and orchard bought by Edward Lea from Lord Powis, N., a way or fold of M. Holland from the street to her freehold house S.
For 31 years at 13/4 p.a.

[no title]  2030/2/247  1825

Contents:
Draft conveyance to uses of a cottage in Corve St., Ludlow
The Assignees of Edward Prodgers to Edward Taylor
1. William Lloyd of Ludlow, gent
2. Henry Lloyd of the same, gent.
3. Charles Powell of Sutton, Esq., James Davies of Ludlow, gent, Thomas Roberts of Ludlow, gent., assigness of Edward Prodgers late of Ludlow a bankrupt
4. Edward Prodgers
5. Edward Taylor of Ludlow, cordwainer
Consideration: £450
A cottage and garden with the stable &c on E. side of Corve St. Ludlow (Benjamin Pago, Mrs Evans and Mr John Owens) having a lane leading from Corve St. towards Fishwal on W, a piece of land belonging to & in the possession of Mr B. Urwick N, orchard E, and garden late of E. Prodger (John Owens) S, which were bought by Richard Greenhouse deceased from Anthony Scarlett and Mary his wife by indentures of lease and release of 23 & 24 June 1807

[no title]  2030/2/248  March 1828

Contents:
Draft agreement to let a house called the Green Dragon on the E. side of Corve St., Ludlow, by Miss Margaret Harding of Ludlow, spinster, to Mr Matthew Edwards of the same, innkeeper, from year to year. Rent: £26pa

[no title]  2030/2/249  6 August 1838

Contents:
Draft conditions of sale of 2 houses, 1 cottage, a malthouse, stables, gardens and orchard (Joseph Davies, George Bowen, - Marsh) in Corve Street, Ludlow, and poster.
The property is on the E. side of Corve Street, with a frontage of 71 ft and depth from the street c. 600 ft.

[no title]  2030/2/250  8 December 1842

Contents:
Draft conditions of sale by the executors of Carnell [...] , of leasehold and freehold premises in Corve St, that is the leasehold house, orchard and garden on W. side of Corve Street (Thomas Bunne); and freehold house adjoining (Roger Jones) to be sold at the Green Dragon Inn, Corve Street

[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
Dinham

[no title]  2030/2/251  10 April 1660

Contents:
Deed to lead the uses of a fine
1. Gabriell Cadman of Ludlow, clothworker and Katheren his wife
2. John James of Ludlow, yeoman, and Mary his wife
Edward Turner of Great Posterne, yeoman
Ales Turner of the same, widow
3. Edward Vickers of Ludlow, clothworker
4. Anne Griffithes of Ludlow, widow
By a feoffment of 2 April 1660 granted to Anne Griffithes the house heretofore one entire house now divided into 2 dwellings and a garden in Dynam, Ludlow, covenanting to levy a fine.
John & Mary James, Edward and Ales Turner by a feoffment of 6 April 1660 sold to Edward Vickars the walk or fulling mill once 2 mills now converted into one on the R. Teame near Teame Bridge, in Ludlow (Wm Lewkenor, clothier) covenanting to levy a fine.
They agree to levy a fine together to the uses of the deeds.

[no title]  2030/2/252-3  30 & 31 August 1726

Contents:
Lease and release
1. John Griffiths of Ludlow, baker, and Jane his wife
2. Tobias Eysam of Ludlow, gent.
Consideration: £20 10s 6d
Garden (½a) in Dynham, Ludlow, between agarden (formerly of Thomas Dymocke, corvisor, now Randle Henshaw) on S., and a garden (Ann Bellamy, widow) on N, in length to a piece of ground called Christ Croft on E., to Dynham's mixen on W - which garden (lately - Blakeway, deceased, now John Griffithes).

[no title]  2030/2/254-5  22 & 23 May 1833

Contents:
Lease and release
1. James Eysam Graham of the Street, Ludford, Salop, Esq. & Sarah his wife
2. Richard Woodhouse of the Inner Temple, gent.
3. Joseph Woodhouse of Hereford, gent.
Tobias Eysam late of Ludow died seised of a piece of land of garden in fee simple. By his will of 1 July 1766 he left to John Price of Knighton, Radnor. gent, John Price jnr. and Henry Price his sons, all his houses and lands (except those in Kington, Herefs) in Radnorshire etc. to the use of the testator's legitimate heirs, in default to James Graham of Hereford, tobacconist, kinsman, for life, remainder to James Graham jnr then the only son of James Graham snr., the testator's godson, for life, then to the sons of James jnr. He died on 20 November 1767 and his will was proved in P.C.C. James Graham snr. died. James Eysam Graham in the son of James Graham jnr. James Graham jnr. died on 19 November 1831 and is buried at Ludlow. J.E.G. wants a recovery of the freehold piece of garden to barr his estate tail and to extinguish dower of Sarah Graham in the said piece. For 10/- he grants to Rd Woodhouse the garden (less than ½a) in Ludlow in Dinham between a garden (formerly Thomas Dymocke, corvisor, then Randle Hanshaw, now -) on S., and a garden (formerly Ann Bellamy, widow) on which a house is now standing of - Peach, shoemaker, on N. side, in length to a piece of ground formerly called Christ Croft now a garden of Mrs Adams E, and Dinham Lane on W., which pice of garden (heretofore - Blakeway, then John Griffiths, then of divers others successively, now of - Boulton). So that Richard Woodhouse shall be tenant of the freehold to suffer a recovery, to such uses as James Eysam Graham declares, in default of such appointment to the use of J.E.G.

[no title]  2030/2/256  Trinity Term 3 William IV (June 1833)

Contents:
Recovery
Joseph Woodhouse demandant
Richard Woodhouse tenant
James Eysam Graham and Sarah his wife vouchees
1 garden in Ludlow.

[no title]  2030/2/257  8 November 1842

Contents:
Appointment and release
1. Thomas Peach of Ludlow, shoemaker
2. William Lloyd of the same, gent.
By lease and release of 5 & 6 February 1836 between
1. James Thomas Woodhouse, gent
2. Edward Woodhouse, Esq.
3. Robert Burton, Esq. and Joseph Woodhouse, gent
4. Thomas Peach
5. John Lloyd, gent
The garden below was conveyed to Peach to uses he should appoint.
Peach contracted with William Lloyd for the sale of the garden for £180 Garden or parcel of garden ground (less than ½a) in Ludlow in Dinham between a garden formerly of Thomas Dymock, then of Randal Hanshaw, since and now of Folliott Nash on S., and a garden (formerly Ann Bellamy, widow) on which a house is now standing belonging to Thomas Peach on N., extending in length to a piece of ground formerly called Christ's Croft, now a garden of Mrs Adams on E., and to Dinham Lane W, wich garden was once in the occupation of - Blakeway, then John Griffiths and Francis Boulton, since of William Jones jnr and Edward Peach, and now of William Lloyd. Also the summer house and room over lately built thereon by Peach.
To the use of William Lloyd and his heirs forever.

[no title]  2030/2/258  1726-1844

Contents:
Abstract of title of the devisee of the late William Lloyd to a freehold piece of garden in Dinham (late William Lloyd)

[no title]  2030/2/259  1 September 1819

Contents:
Draft conveyance of a piece of garden in Dinham by John Harper of Ludlow, joiner to the Bailiffs and Burgesses and Commonalty of Ludlow.
The Bailiffs etc. agreed with Harper for the purchase of a piece of garden for £18, being a piece of land used as a garden ground near Dinham, having another garden ground of J. Harper E., a stable and land of Thomas Barrar S, another part of the said garden held by J. Harper under the Burgesses W and a house of John Harper S.
Notice of seisin delivered.

[no title]  2030/2/261  6 February 1833

Contents:
Draft agreement
Edward Thomas and William Timson
Thomas lent to Timson £150 secured by a promissory note
Agreement to charge a house on the S. side of a street in Ludlow called Dinham (sd Thomas) with repayment.

[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
Friars

[no title]  2030/2/262-3  February 1839

Contents:
See under Cainham, after 2030/2/16, being a lease and release of 1 & 2 of lands called The Friars.

[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
Gaolford

[no title]  2030/2/264  1819-1825

Contents:
Talbot Inn, Ludlow, Samuel Acton and Benjamin Morris
Notes - April 1819 the Talbot Inn was occuped by Page? at £27 p.a.
Blacksmith' shop (Brown at £1 10s including the use of tools).
Messuage opposited the Tavern (Morris at £14 p.a.) in all £51 10s p.a. from Lady Day 1819 to Lady Day 1825. 6 years amounts to £309
Principal £600, arrears of interest due £15, 1 year's interest to dy [...] Day 1825 £90, £705 deduct £309 amounts to £396.

[no title]  2030/2/265  1827-1828

Contents:
Notes on Corporation lease of 28 October 1827 to Samuel Acton, gent, of a small piece of land opposite the Gaolfon which part of Gaolford Gate formerly stood, 16ft in front, for 31 years, from the expiration of a lease of the Talbot Inn which Mr Acton now holds as assignee under the Corporation and to be included in the new lease, at a rent to be decided by Mr Thomas Colerick, land agent to the Corporation.
28 October 1828 petition of Samuel Acton stating that the Corporation at a meeting on October 1827 had granted him 16ft of ground in the Old Towe asking for 4ft more. Allowed. Leases of Talbot Inn 4 June 1808 to be renewed at 24 years.

[no title]  2030/2/266  n.d

Contents:
Notes: Benjamin Morris of Gaolford, joiner, bought from Samuel Acton Esq a messuage in Gaolford (Benjamin Morris, late Thomas Griffiths, gravedigger) and 20ft of ground, 16ft wide, on which Benjamin Morris has built a dwelling house, the price of which was £300.
Mr Morris was to have the privilege of building 4ft over the privy in the Talbot Yard. Mr Morris has the liberty of continuing his window leading down the cellar steps which looks into the Talbot Yard, but is to pay an acknowledgement for it. He is to be allowed to place timber of his building in Mr Acton's buildings. ½ fine and 1/3 rent to be paid by Mr Morris.

[no title]  2030/2/267  21 September 1642

Contents:
Bargain and sale
1. Thomas Blashfield of Pater Noster Row, stationer
2. John Rickards of Ludlow, haberdasher and Mary his wife
Consideration: £32
A house in Ludlow in Lower Gaolford between a house (Ann Miles, widow) E. and a house of Edward Fox, Esq. (Richard Jukes) W, from Lower Gaolford on S. to lands of Rowland Eadisland alias Earsland N.

[no title]  2030/2/268  8 June 1708

Contents:
Conveyance
1. William Crow of Ludlow, joiner and Richard Crow of Montgomery
Peter Crow, corvisor and Edward Crow, blacksmith
2. John Milward of Ludlow, glover and Ann his wife
Recital of an indenture of 14 August 6 Anne (1707) between William Crow snr. of Ludlow, blacksmith and Ann his wife, both dead (1) John Beeston of Ludlow, gent (2)
William and Ann Crow had levied a fine to Beeston of a meese place or dissolved house and garden now one house but 2 dwellings in Lower Gaolford, Ludlow (William Evans, Peter Probert), a house (once John Morris) W, a house (once George Morgan) E., to the use after their deaths to sell the same for Wm Crow, party, Richard, Peter, Edward and Ann Crow, wife of John Milward) being the children of Wm and Ann Crow, for £28, to be equally divided. They sell the same to John Milward, to the use of John for his life, then to his wife Ann, then to their children.

[no title]  2030/2/269-270  27 & 28 March 1724

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Richard Crow of Montgomery, blacksmith
William Crow of Ludlow, joiner
Peter Crow of the same, corvisor
Edward Crow of Ludlow, blacksmith
2. William Griffiths of Ludlow, butcher
Sarah his wife
Samuel Griffiths their son
Consideration: £60
Meese place, toft or late dissolved dwelling house and garden now one entire house but divided into 2 tenements, in Lower Gaolford, Ludlow (once Wm Evans and Peter Probert, now Wm Evans and Maurice Phillipps) being [...] a house (once John Morris, now Edward Jones, corvisor) E., a house (once George Morgan, tailor, now Griffith Rowlinson, blacksmith) W.

[no title]  2030/2/271  6 October 1747

Contents:
Mortgage
1. William Griffiths of Ludlow, butcher, and Sarah his wife
Samuel Griffiths of Ludlow, butcher, son of Wm, and Mary his wife
2. John Aingell of Ludlow, currier
Consideration: £30
House now divided into dwellings in Lower Goalford, with a backside, slaughter house, stable and garden (Wm Griffiths), bought c. 1724 by Wm Griffiths from Richard Crow and others. For 1000 years.

[no title]  2030/2/272  2 January 1758

Contents:
Lease for possession
1. Robert Plumer of Ludlow, barber and perukemaker
2. John Jones of the same, mercer
Thomas Lewis of the same, cooper
2 houses adjoining together once one house, with a garden, in Lower Gaolford, Ludlow (once Wm Evans and Morris Phillips, late Wm Griffiths John Gething, breechesmaker, and Richard Wilding, gardener, now Robert Plumer) which houses front S. to the said street, adjoin E. to a House (Edward Jones, cordwainer), W. to a house (Edward Jones, labourer) heretofore bought by William Griffiths from Richard Crow and others, and lately bought by Robert Plumer from William Griffiths etc., and 1 small house in Lower Gaolford lately erected by William Griffiths and a close adjoining to the N. end of the above house (Richard Smith, labourer).

[no title]  2030/2/273  13 October 1770

Contents:
Burgess grant to Robert Plumer of Ludlow, chandler, son of Elisha Plumer deceased who was a sworn burgess of Ludlow.

[no title]  2030/2/274  10 November 1784

Contents:
Attested copy deed to lead the uses of a fine
1. Thomas Morley of Whitton, Radnor, gent, and Phebe his wife
2. William Adams of Ludlow, mercer
To extinguish the entails and right of dower of Phebe Morley covenant to levy a fine with William Adams of a house, stable and brewhouse (Edward George, butcher) and house (Ann Pyfinch, widow) and house (Martha George, widow); house (Richard Knight, shoemaker) and house in Old Gates Fee in or near Ludlow called the Hand and Shears (- Davies, innholder) and 2 shops adjoining each other near the Cross, in Ludlow (Ralph Thomas jnr., brazier and Richard Thomas, gent), and a garden (½a) in Upper Gaolford, Ludlow (George Pritchett) and ½ house and garden in Lower Gaolford, Ludlow (- Shear, widow) all in the parish of St. Lawrence, Ludlow.
To the uses appointed by the Morleys

[no title]  2030/2/275  Martinmas 25 George III (1784)

Contents:
Attested copy fine
William Adams plt
Thomas Morley and Phebe his wife, defors.
6 houses, 2 shops, 2 stables and 2 gardens, ½ house in the parish of St. Lawrence, Ludlow.

[no title]  2030/2/276-7  8 May 1792

Contents:
Feoffmnt and covenant to levy a fine
1. Edward Weston of Worcester, comedian and Mary his wife
2. Thomas Morlay of Whitton, Radnor, gent
3. Thomas Trudell of Ludlow, maltster
Consideration: £15
½ part of the Westons' in a house and garden adjoining in the Lower Gaol Street, Ludlow (Mary Spear, widow) Covenant to levy a fine

[no title]  2030/2/277  Hilary 33 George III (1793)

Contents:
Fine
John Harley plt
George Scott and Jane his wife, Edward Weston and Mary his wife, defors.
1 messuage, 1 cottage, 1 garden, ½ a house, a cottage and garden, and common of pasture, in the parish of St. Lawrence, Ludlow.

[no title]  2030/2/278-9  24 & 25 March 1794

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Thomas Morley of Whitton, Radnor, gent and Phebe his wife
2. James Davies of Ludlow, glover
3. John Harding of Ludlow, glover
Thomas Morley has ½ a house and garden below, by indenture of 10 November 1784 the other ½ was limited to such uses as the Morleys appoint.
For £32 they agree to sell to James Davies half the house, and the other half to him for £32, which halves are hereby conveyed.
As to the first half, to such uses as James Davies appoints. Morley covenants to levy a fine of this half.
The deeds relate as well to other property of Thomas Morly of greater value, so Morly covenants to produce the same, i.e. the settlement of 10 November 1784 and fine of Michaelmas 25 George III (1785).

[no title]  2030/2/280  8 April 1794

Contents:
Fine levied at Ludlow
James Davies plt
Thomas Morley and Phebe, defors.
1 house and 1 garden at Ludlow in the Ward of Old Street and Gaolford.

[no title]  2030/2/281-2  6 & 7 May 1799

Contents:
Lease and release
1. James Davies of Ludlow, glover
John Harding of the same, glover
2. William Williams of Ludlow, mason
Recital of lease and release of 24 & 25 March 1794
Consideration: £84
House and garden adjoining in Lower Goalford St (once Mary Spear, widow, now - Whalebone, tenant of James Davies). To the use of Wm W. & heirs.

[no title]  2030/2/283  9 November 1816

Contents:
Mortgage
1. William Williams of Ludlow, mason
2. Henry Wellings of Ludlow, gent, Treasurer of an Amicable Society lately held at the White Horse Inn, now at the Feathers Inn, Ludlow.
Consideration: £35
A house and garden adjoining in Lower Gaolford Street (once Mary Spear, widow, then William Whalebone, now William Williams).

[no title]  2030/2/284  22 & 23 July 1825

Contents:
Copy lease and release - assignment of mortgage
1. Mary Lowe of Petchfield, Elton, Herefs, widow of Thomas Lowe, late of the same, gent, deceased
Jonathan Lowe of Aston, Elton, farmer
Richard Evans of Richards Castle, Herefs, farmer
Which Mary and Jonathan Lowe and Richard Evans are trustees in the will of Thomas Lowe, and Mary is executrix and the others executors.
2. Catherine Pryce of Duxmoor, Onibury, widow of Jeremiah Pryce late of Duxmoor, Onibury, gent, deceased
Mary Pryce of Ludlow, spinster
Catherine and Mary Pryce are trustees and executrixes of the will of Jeremiah Pryce
3. William Gardner of Ludlow, farmer, only son and heir at law of William Gardner late of Ludlow, gent, deceased
4. James George Lewis of Cainham, Esq.
Recital of lease and release of 22 & 23 December 1811 between William Gardner decd (1) Wm Gardner, party (2) Thomas Lowe (3) Jeremiah Pryce (4) The Gardners borrowed £2000 on the security of the premises below, i.e. £1500 from Thomas Lowe and £500 from Jeremiah Pryce.
A piece of land used as a tanyard in the parish of St. Lawrence Ludlow, in Lower Gaolford, (then formerly consisting of 2 yards and gardens belonging to 2 houses then lately taken down and the drying houses, erections, buildings, tan and other pits, etc. and the barkhouse lately erected by William Gardner, party, on the site of the 2 houses, and the bark mill and steam engine for grinding back; then William Gardner, party, formerly described as 2 houses, pigstyes and garden bought by Wm Gardner decd. from Richard Cropper of Ludlow, butcher by a lease and release of 19 & 20 May 1796.
A piece of garden adjoining the tanyard on the N. end of it (Wm Gardner, decd.) by him bought from Thomas Taylor of Ludlow, carrier, by lease and release of 19 & 20 May 1796.
Thomas Lowe died on 18 September 1818, having made a will on 31 August 1818. He left to Mary Lowe, Jonathan Lowe and Richard Evans all his money on trusts and all property vested in him as trustee or mortgagee, and appointed them executors. Which will was proved in the P.C.C. Jeremiah Pryce died on 9 September 1821, having made a will on 13 February 1821, leaving to his wife Catherine Pryce and his sister Mary Pryce all his money on trusts and all property as mortgagee, and appointed them executrixes. The will was proved 5 January 1822 in the P.C.C. William Gardner snr. died intestate, and the equity of redemption devolved on William Gardner, party, his only son and heir. The £2000 is still due, and has been lent by Lewis, so the mortgaged property is assigned to him.

[no title]  2030/2/285  1848

Contents:
Conveyance of property in a renewable lease
1. Corporation of Ludlow
2. John Evans of Ludlow, tailor
3. Rodney Anderson of Ludlow, gent, trustee of Evans
Recital of a lease of 28 October 1825 granted by the bailiffs &c of Ludlow to John Evans of 2 houses and a garden in Ludlow near Lower Goalford (John Bytheway and Thomas Richards) with a Corporation house of Edward Crundell of Ludlow, gent (Richard Williams and Thomas Powell and William Williams) on E., W. and S. For 31 years at 1/- p.a. The bailiffs promised a new lease for a fine of £1 6s 3d, for 31 years.
Recital of Act of 10 Victoria re Corporation lands.
So for £8 9s 8d the Mayor, Aldermen and Burgesses convey the property in the lease of 28 Oct. 1825.

[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
High Street

[no title]  2030/2/286  2 May 1833

Contents:
Draft agreement and declaration that £300 part of £500 secured on premises in Ludlow is the money of Thomas Moggridge.
Miss Mary Page of Ashford Bowdler, spinster and Thomas Moggridge of the same, yeoman. House in the High Street, Ludlow.

[no title]  2030/2/287  7 August 1878

Contents:
Mortgage - further charge on 16 High Street, Ludlow
1. Weston James Parry of Ludlow, fishmonger
2. Ernest James Davies of Ludlow, solicitor
Recital of an indenture of 6 August 1878 between Parry (I) Edward Bach of Longeville, Wistanstow, farmer (2) in consideration of £450, mortgage of property below.
Now Davies lends £80, so a further charge on a freehold house and shop in the High Street (formerly called Shoemakers Row) Ludlow (formerly Albert Harper, now Parry) having the street on N., house late of Thomas Jones, now of Edward Leake E., Back Lane (now called Market St.) S. and house formerly of John Needham now of Henry Gatehouse W.

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Contents:
Mill Street

[no title]  2030/2/288-290  19 March 1834

Contents:
Draft deed of covenant to produce deeds
Janns B. Vaughan to Thomas Comfield Resis

[no title]  2030/2/289  25 March 1834

Contents:
Draft mortgage with power of sale of the house and garden in Mill Street
Thomas Comfield Resis of Ludlow, gent to Miss Jane Clemson & Rd. Wakefield.

[no title or date]  2030/2/290

Contents:
Bill - Anderson & Downes with Mr Thomas Corfield Revis which includes attending Mr Harper, joiner, on his applying for leave to make an entrance into the school room through part of the stable and premises lately bought by Mr Anderson

[no title]  2030/2/291  9 September 1834

Contents:
Draft agreement to charge a messuage and premises in Lower Mill Street, Ludlow, with payment of £300 and interest
John Sawyer of Ludlow, wine merchant and William Easthope of Millichope Park, Esq.
Recital of bond of 10 October 1833 between the same parties in £600 to secure £300 and interest at 4½%.

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Contents:
Old Gates Fee

[no title]  2030/2/292-3  7 January 1833

Contents:
2 draft assignment of mortgage Thomas Cook of Ludlow, stone mason (1) Richard Steenton of Ludlow, stonemason, administrator of Eward Wellings jnr. (2) William Easthope of Millichope Park, Esq. (3)
Recital mortgage of 1 November 1812 between Thomas Cook & Edward Wellings Treasurer of the Feathers Amicable Society, for £130. 4 messuages in Old Gates Fee, Ludlow (John Tilley, John Brown, Thomas Brown and Margaret Powell). The mortgage is now transferred to William Easthope.

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Contents:
Old Street

[no title]  2030/2/294  30 October 1798

Contents:
Lease
1. Ludlow Corporation
2. Thomas Owen of Ludlow, gent.
Surrender of lease of house, backside, stable and garden below, granted to Ann Howton, widow, on 28 October 1768, now vested in Owen.
Fine of £6 15s to the Corporation. House &c in Old Street near the Bull Ring with a house of John Harley, baker, and leasehold premises late of Henry Davies, gent, now of Richard Chipp, butcher, N., freehold houses of Thomas Morely (Francis Palmer & Edward Collier) S, from street on W. to a garden of a house &c, the whole of the wall belonging to Thomas Owen's garden on N. side which lies between John Harley, baker, Rd Chipp & the garden of Thos Owen, & measures in length from end of a line to the brewhouse 20 yds 2ft, held under the Corporation by Wm Bottrell, on E. end. For 31 years to uses in an indenture of 22 July 1772 between Ann Howton (1) Sarah Howton daughter of Ann, now wife of Thos Owen (2) Thos Owen (3) Herbert Cole of Ludlow, surgeon, since decd. & Rd Williams of Bishop's Castle, glazier, decd. (4). Rent: £1 1s 4d p.a. Renewable on payment of £5 7 years before the end of the term.

[no title]  2030/2/295  1798, paid 1800

Contents:
Attached Bill for petition for a new lease

[no title]  2030/2/296  n.d

Contents:
Description of rooms

[no title]  2030/2/297-8  11 May 1829

Contents:
Conditions for sale and sale notice.

[no title]  2030/2/299  11 May 1829

Contents:
Notice by George Anderson that he will be bidding on behalf of Messrs. Cumming and Hall.

[no title]  2030/2/300  25 March 1811

Contents:
Assignment of leasehold
1. John Harley of Ludlow, gent
2. John Noakes of the same, grocer
3. Richard Holland of Ludford, Herefs, papermaker
Recital lease of 13 October 1789 between the Corporation of Ludlow (1) Elizabeth Morrall of Wenlock, widow (then written Morhall) sister and devisee in the will of Sarah Corfield, decd. who was the daughter and executrix of Richard Corfield, skinner, decd (2)
3 houses and gardens (Edward Smith, Benjamin Thomas and Elinor Browne, undertenants to Elizabeth Morrall) on the E. side of Old Street, Ludlow, in front to the street c. 47½ ft, having a Corporation leasehold house of Edward Baugh (John Jennings) on N., freehold house of Edwain Goodwin (Mrs Oakley) on S., extending from the street 53½ yards to a wall between it and a Corporation garden leased to Richard Morris at the E. end, c.47½ feet wide at the E. end. To hold to Elizabeth Morrall for- years at 12/- p.a.
Assignment of 24 June 1793 by E. Morrall, widow, George Morrall of the Strand, Middx, apothecary and Thomas Fletcher of Coalbroke Dale, yeoman, and Sarah his wife (Geo. and Sarah being 2 of the children of E. Morrall by Geo) and Elizabeth Morrall and Ann Morrall, infants, children of E.M. (1) John Harley (2) Reciting that Sarah Coffield by her will of 27 April 1768 inter alia left to Edward Whitefoot of Ludlow, baker, the houses and gardens divided into 3 dwellings near the Old Street held by lease of the Corporation (being the premises above) to Edward Whitefoot from the death of Sarah for the rest of the term on trust to sell, paying interest to her sister Elizabeth Morrall for life, then to divide the principal among her children. Edward Whitefoot did nothing, so they have agreed with Harley for him to buy their rights and to indemnify him by bond of even date in £300 in which Ann and Elizabeth are to join when they are 21. F or £315 all their rights and the lease to John Harley.
By an assignment of 10 December last by William Bickerton of Oswestry, tinman and Elizabeth wife, late Morrall, spinster, (1) Ann Morrall then of Much Wenlock, spinster (2) John Harley (3) Elizabeth and Ann were then 21 so could assign their interest.
John Noakes has agreed with Harley for the purchase of the estate and interest in the house.
Consideration: £240
House with the brewhouse and garden on E. side of Old St. in the parish of St. Lawrence, Ludlow, 31 yds 10 ins from the street to E. end of the said garden, in breadth fronting the street, from N. to S. 14 ft, having the house of John Noakes (Wm Felton) on N and a house of - Langslow on S. with a privy, all heretofore in the occupation of Elinor Browne, part of the premises in the above lease and assignments now in the tenure of Joseph Cornes, miller.
To Noakes for the rest of 31 years as in the lease to Elizabeth Morrall, subject to the rent of 3/- being a proportion of the reserved rent of 12/- and also £1 10s as a proportion of the fine payable on renewal of the lease.

[no title]  2030/2/301  24 August 1826

Contents:
Release
1. Richard Jennings of Ludlow, schoolmaster
2. Joseph Morris of the same, tailor
Recital John Davies of Old Street, Ludlow, maltster, by will of 10 April 1826 confirmed by an indenture of trust of his freehold and leasehold in Ludlow to Samuel Davies his son, and the residue to Richard Jennings and Morris, to uses, and made Jennings and Joseph Morris executors. John Davies died in April last. Jennings refused to be an executor and trustee, so he releases to the other executor all claims.

[no title]  2030/2/302-311  c. 1826

Contents:
Papers enclosed
Vouchers and receipts (10)

[no title]  2030/2/312  16 October 1828

Contents:
Draft agreement for letting the White Hart Inn, Old Street, Ludlow Samuel Davies of Ludlow and Evan James of the same place, innkeepers, from 22 instant October to 25 March 1831. Rent: £8 from 22 Oct. to Lady Day next, then £20 p.a.

[no title]  2030/2/313  1830

Contents:
Draft
Walter Wall (1) Samuel Dayus of Ludlow, butcher (2) George Anderson, trustee of Dayus (3).
Lease and release of 21 & 22 August 1811 between Edward Collier late of Ludlow, gardener (1) Walter Wall (2) reciting a lease and release of 25 & 26 June then last past between Edward Harper of Madeley (1) Walter Preston of Sileby, Leics, stocking weaver (2) John Preston of the same, stocking weaver (3) Sarah Preston of the same (4) Edward Collier, decd. (5) William Adams of Ludlow, gent (6)
2 houses and malthouse etc. in the parish of St. Lawrence, Ludlow on E. side of Old Street between a house formerly of Joseph Egginton and then of Edward Egginton (James Harding) on S. side and house of John Lane called the Falcon Inn on the N. side (Thomas Tindell, maltster and Ann Sheward).

[no title]  2030/2/314-5  3 May 1849

Contents:
Lease
1. Mayor, Aldermen and Burgesses of Ludlow
2. Hannah Langford of Walford, Leintwardine, Herefs, widow, Edward Langford of Leintwardine, shopkeeper
Recital lease 13 October 1820 between Ludlow Borough (1) Richard Holland of Overton, farmer, decd. (2)
6 houses and gardens on E. side of Old Street, Ludlow, being then part of 3 houses, and gardens once leased by the borough to Elizabeth Morrall, widow, having other premises left to Elizabeth Morrall and then since bought by John Noakes on N., garden (Wm Hibbard) and part of the Rope Yard building and premise (Rd Holland) E., Old Street W., and freehold house and garden of Wm Herbert Dyer, Esq., S. All which houses (Wm Thos Waring, Wm Downes, Richard Jennings, Samuel Grubb, James Penny and Wm Jones as tenants to Rd Holland). To Richard Holland for 31 years @ 9/-p.a. renewable on payment of a fine of £4 10s.
29 October 1821 assignment by Richard Holland (1) to Wm Herbert Dyer (2) Dyer contracted for the purchase of the house, garden, party walls etc. part of the property in the lease of 13 Oct. 1820 for the rest of 31 years for £260, to be held by Dyer, paying 3/6 rent (part of 9/-) & £1 11s share of £4 10s fine payable on renewal. So assignment to Dyer of the house and brewhouse, party walls, privy and garden adjoining for the rest of 31 years. By mesne assignments and by an indenture of 18 January 1836 between John Higgins, John Dolphin, John Wheelwright, John Fowler, Samuel Jones, John Jones, Thomas Jones, John Norgrove, William Russell, John Radnor, Edward Bytheway, Thomas Williams and Thomas Bird (1) Jemima Adams and Benjamin William Adams, both decd (2) 5 houses and gardens adjoining on E. of Old St., one of which is void, the rest in the tenures of John Graham, James Price, John Davies and Henry Wells (in lease of 13 Oct. 1820) and all other property in the said lease, except the parts sold to Rd Holland and the chapel or meeting house then erecting on a portion of the gardens of the premises, were assigned to the Adamses for the rest of 31 years, subject to the redemption of the property on payment of £500.
By indenture endorsed on the last indenture of 12 October 1846 between the Rev. Philip Birt Adams (1) Hannah Langford and Edward Langford (2) reciting B.W. Adams died in April 1841 leaving Jemina who died 31 December 1845, by her will of 18 December 1845 devising to Philip Birt Adams all her real and personal estate, and making him sole executor. £500 is due to him as executor, paid by the Langfords, so assignment to them of the said property.
By the Act of 10 Victoria re the purchase of the fee simple of the leases of Corporation property; the rent of 5/6 p.a. part of the 9/- has been paid to the borough; the Langfords wish to purchase the fee simple in the 5 houses in lease mortgaged to them; so far £16 9s 3d consideration money for such hereditaments, conveyance to the Langfords of the premises suject to the equity of redemption.
Attached 18 September 1849
Affidavit of John Williams of Ludlow, gent, Town Clerk, that he was present on 3 May 1849 and saw the indenture annexed signed by the Mayor etc. of Ludlow and the seal is that of the Borough.

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Contents:
Raven Street

[no title]  2030/2/316  19 October 1831

Contents:
Re John Lane deceased
Draft conditions of sale of a freehold house, yard &c on W. side of Raven Street, in Ludlow, late of Mr John Lane, deceased (Mrs Harriett Lane, widow) to be sold by auction

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Contents:
Silk Lane

[no title]  2030/2/317-8  30 & 31 October 1827

Contents:
Lease and release
1. James Hammond of Leominster, gent
William Cocks of Dodmore Farm, Stanton Lacy, yeoman
2. Mary Nash of Ludlow, widow
3. Benjamin Coates of Eyton Lodge, Herefs, gent.
Mortgage of 31 December 1823 between Mary Nash (1) Edward Prodgers (2) House and garden for £240
Ultimately by assignment of 21 September 1825 between Charles Powell of Sutton, Esq., James Davies of Ludlow, gent, Thomas Roberts of the same, gent, assignees of Edward Prodgers, bankrupt (1) Mary Nash (2) James Davies jnr. of Ludlow, gent (3) for £240 from James Davies jnr. assignment to him of the premises.
Lease and release of 16 & 17 February 1827 between Mary Nash (1) James Hammond and William Cocks, creditors of Mary Nash (2) other creditors (3) the house &c was conveyed to Hammond and Cocks on trust to sell the same. James Davies was owed £240. Now sale to Benjamin Coates for £45 to Hammond and Cooks, of the house and garden in Silk Lane, Ludlow, with Silk Lane S., Mill Street, W, Schoolhouse (The Rev. - Hinde) N, a wool warehouse and garden (late Edward Wellings, Esq.) E, which house is now unoccupied. To Benjamin Coates subject to the mortgage to James Davies jnr.

[no title]  2030/2/319-320  21 & 22 February 1828

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Benjamin Coates of Leominster, Herefs, gent.
2. James Davies jnr. of Ludlow, gent
3. John Bi 1 Downes of Ludlow, glover
4. George Anderson of the same, gent, trustee of Downes (J.B.)
5. William Downes of Ludlow, gent, trustee for J.B. Downes
Recital of mortgage of 31 December 1823 between Mary Nash of Ludlow, widow (1) Edward Prodgers of the same, banker (2)
Consideration: £240 The house & garden in Silk Lane for 500 years.
Commission of bankruptcy issued 23 December 1824 against Edward Prodgers, and Charles Powell, James Davies and Thomas Roberts are assignees of his effects. Indenture of 21 January 1825 between William Lloyd to whom a provisional assignment of the estate of bankrupt was made by an indenture of 1 January last (1) Thomas Davies, Esq., Wm Preece, gent, John Williams gent - Commissioners of the Bankrupt (2) Charles Powell, James Davies & Thomas Roberts (3) by which all the goods etc, of Prodgers were assigned to (3) for the benefit of the creditors.
By indenture of 21 September 1825 between Charles Powell, James Davies and Thomas Roberts (1) Mary Nash (2) James Davies (3) Powell &c had called on Mary to pay £240 mortgage debt. She had applied to Davies jnr. to take an assignment of the mortgage. So for £240 the assignees transfer the property to J.D. jnr.
Lease and release of 30 & 31 October 1827 by James Hammond of Leominster, gent, Wm Cocks of Dodmore Farm, Stanton Lacy, yeoman (1) Mary Nash (2) Benjamin Coates (3) reciting the mortgage of 31 December 1823 and 21 September 1825 and lease and release of 16 & 17 Feb. 1827 between Mary Nash (1) James Hammond and Wm Cocks, creditors of Mary Nash (2) several creditors of Mary Nash (3) - property conveyed to Hammond and Cocks on trust to sell the same to pay the said mortgage of £40 and interest and expenses of trusts. Due to James Davies jnr. £240. Hammond and Cocks have contracted with Benjamin Coates for the sale to him of the said house and garden subject to the mortgage and sum of £240 and interest at £45. So for £45 from Coates, sale to him of the house. There is now due to James Davies jnr. £240. Benjamin Coates has agreed with J.B. Downes for the sale to him of the fee simple in the said house for £292 10s out of which the £240 due to Davies is to be paid, and the rest of the term is to be assigned to William Downes, John B. Downes wishing the house and garden to be limited so as to prevent his wife from being dowable out of it. So for £240 to Davies jnr. and £52 10s to Coates, Coates grants to J.B. Downes the house and garden in Silk Lane, Ludlow, on S., Mill St on W., house & garden called the School House (Rev. John Hinds) N., a wool warehouse and garden (late Edward Wellings, Esq.) E, which house &c was late in the tenure of Mary Nash, and is now unoccupied. To hold to J.B. Downes to such uses as he by deed appoints. Also Davies jnr. assigns the house and term to Wm Downes in trust for J.B. Downes, to wait on the reversion and inheritance.

[no title]  2030/2/321  1830

Contents:
Abstract of title of John Bill Downes to a house and garden on the W. side of Mill Street, Ludlow. 1788-1830.

[no title]  2030/2/322  7 July 1830

Contents:
Mortgage
1. John Bill Downes of Ludlow, glover
2. William Roberts of Sutton, Diddlebury, eyoman [...]
3. William Downs of Ludlow, gent
4. Charles Joseph Russel of the same, gent.
Consideration: £200
J.B. Downes by power to him by release of 22 Feb. 1828 between Benjamin Coates (1) James Davies jnr. (2) J.B. Downes (3) George Anderson (4) mortgages to William Roberts the house and yard and garden in Silk Lane, having Silk Lane S, Mill St. W., the School House (the Rev. John Hinde) N. and a wool warehouse and garden (late Edward Wellings, Esq.) E., which house was late in the tenure of Mary Nash, now of Ann Hodnett. For 1000 yrs

[no title]  2030/2/323-4  27 & 28 September 1833

Contents:
Lease and release
1. John Bill Downes of Ludlow, glover
2. Henry Whittall of Ludlow, druggist
3. Robert Thomas of Orleton, Herefs, gent
4. William Roberts late of Sutton in Diddlebury, now of the Crow Leasow, Bitterley, yeoman
5. Charles Joseph Russel of Ludlow, gent
6. Charles Powell of Sutton, Esq.
Thomas Roberts of Ludlow, gent
7. Gilley Pritchett of Ludlow, Esq.
8. William Lloyd of Ludlow, gent
Will of George Whittall formerly of Ludlow, grocer, 7 September 1813 leaving to his wife Elizabeth a house and offices and garden in Mill St. and Silk Lane, Ludlow (Mr Rogers) for her life, then to her son Henry Whittal and John Price of Wigmore, Herefs, gent (decd.) on trust to sell the same, and made them executors. He died in February 1814 and the will was proved on 15 April. Elizabeth his widow died in 1815.
Lease and release of 1 & 2 November 1815 between Henry Whittall (1) Mary Nash (2) of Ludlow, widow (2) the property was conveyed to Mary Nash.
Henry Whittall executed this in the lifetime of John Price, so only half the house was conveyed to Mary Nash and the legal estate of the other half was vested in John Price. Price's will of 24 May 1816 gave all his real and personal estate to his brother Matthias Price, and he appointed him sole executor. John died in November 1817 and his will was proved in April 1818. Matthias Price made a will on 12 July 1830 leaving to his sons in law Robert Thomas and George Boyce all his property on trusts, making them executors with his daughter Mary Price. He died in August 1830, and his will was proved on 18 Feb. 1831.
Indenture of 2 May 1831 between George John Boyce (1) Elizabeth wife of Robert Thomas, the said Mary Price and Anne wife of George John Boyce (2) Robert Thomas (3) Boyce disclaimed to Robert Thomas all the property left to him by Matthias Price.
Indenture of 31 December 1823 between Mary Nash (1) Edward Prodgers (2) by which for £240 she mortgaged to Prodgers the house for 500 years. By mesne conveyances and by lease and release of 21 & 22 Feb. 1828 between Benjamin Coates of Eyton Lodge, Herefs, gent (1) James Davies jnr. of Ludlow, gent in whom the residue of 500 yrs was vested (2) John Bill Downes (3) George Anderson, gent (4) Wm Downes, gent (5) the house was conveyed to uses that J.B. Downes should appoint.
Indenture of 7 July 1830 (2/322) by which the house for £200 mortgaged to William Roberts for 1000 years. The house was assigned by Wm Downes to Charles Joseph Russell for the rest of 500 years. The £200 is now due to Wm Roberts. J.B. Downes has agreed with Gilley Pritchett for the sale to him of the inheritance in fee simple for £350, out of which £200 is to be paid to Roberts. So for £200 to Roberts and £150 to J.B. Downes, conveyance to Pritchett of the house in Silk Lane having the Lane S, Mill St. W., house & garden - the School House (The Rev. John Hinde) N, building now used as a stable (Mr John Broome) E, in the tenure of Ann Hodnett. Russell conveys to Lloyd the rest of the term of 500 years.
Deeds in schedule belong to property of greater value now or late of Charles Powell and Thomas Roberts as surviving assignees of the effects of Edward Prodgers, and are in the custody of Powell and Roberts who covenant to produce the same for Gilley Pritchett.
Schedule 1 January 1825 Assignment of effects of Edw. Prodgers - Thomas Davies Esq, William Preece and John Williams, gents, Commissioners in bankruptcy against Edw. Prodgers (1) Wm Lloyd of Ludlow, gent (2).
21 January 1825 Indenture between Edward Lloyd (1) Thomas Davies, Wm Preece and John Williams (2) Charles Powell, James Davies of Ludlow, gent decd. and Thomas Roberts (3), assignment to Powell, Davies and Roberts as assignees under the said Commission of Bankruptcy.

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Contents:
Tower Street

[no title]  2030/2/325  21 August 1810

Contents:
Assignment
1. Thomas Knight of Worcester, joiner and cabinet maker
2. Peter Phelps of Printers Place near Rotherithe, Bermondsey, Surrey, Fellowship Porter
3. John Brown of Ludlow, tailor
Isabella Hull late of Ludlow, widow, deceased, was entitled to a leasehold house, and made her will on 30 June 1768 giving to her sister Ann Lloyd and Catherine Hughes (both long since deceased) all the leasehold premises for their lives, then to Ann and Jane Callaway forever, divided between them. Jane married Peter Phelps and is since dead. Ann married George Knight., so Peter and George are entitled to the leasehold.
Lease of 29 October 1782 by the Borough of Ludlow (1) George Knight (2) the Corporation let to George Knight the house in Goalford, Ludlow (Geo Knight) having a freehold house of Thomas Norgrove (Edward Brampton) on W, house called the Royal Oak (John Stead) on S. & E. and the street on N. For 31 years at 6/- p.a.
Indenture of 12 May 1783 between George Knight (1) Richard Galliers (2) the said leasehold was assigned to Galliers for the rest of the term by way of mortgage for £30 and interest.
By several assignments and especially by an indenture of 7 March 1806 between John Harley (1) John Brown (2) mortgage was assigned to Brown. George Knight died intestate and administration was granted to his son Thomas Knight. Knight is only entitled to half the premises. Peter and his wife have done nothing about the other half. Peter agreed with Brown for the sale of the other half for £53. So assignment of half the said house left by the will of Isabella Hull to Ann and Jane Callaway.
For the rest of 31 years.

[no title]  2030/2/326  29 October 1813

Contents:
Lease
1. The Corporation of Ludlow
2. William Huxley of Ludlow
Surrender of a lease of a house granted to George Knight of Ludlow, joiner on 29 October 1782, which is now vested in Huxley.
Fine: £1 19s, and 13/6 interest on the fine, in all £2 12s 6d.
The new erected house on the south side of Tower Street, Ludlow, on the north the street of a house belonging to Norage Thompson, on the east, a yard and outbuildings, on the south, a house of John Challenger on the west, which house is in the tenure of John Brown, tailor. Right of ingress etc. through the entry passage; curtilage and backside of the house of Norage Thompson called the Royal Oak to make use of the house of easement or bog house heretofore built in the said yard.
For 31 years at 6/- p.a.

[no title]  2030/2/327  14 January 1828

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage of leasehold
1. Humphrey Smith of Ludlow, ironmonger
Jacob Huxley of the same, gent.
2. John Brown of the same, tailor
3. John Williams of Twitchen, Clunbury, farmer and malster
John Brown is possessed of a leasehold house for the rest of 31 years by lease from the bailiffs &c of Ludlow, with benefit of renewal, assigned it 28 May 1813 to Wm Huxley of Ludlow, tailor, decd. for rest of 31 yrs to secure repayment of £200. The 31 years is up. Renewal by bailiffs etc. on 29 Oct. 1813 of the newly erected house on S. side of Tower St., with St. N, house of Norrage Thompson E, yard & outbuildings S, house of John Challender W. William Huxley has died - will 9 November 1826 leaving it to Humphrey Smith and Jacob Huxley, all the money owing to him. The will was proved on 8 May last at Hereford. They want the money from Brown who has borrowed £300 from John Williams, so assignment of the lease to Williams.

[no title]  2030/2/328  9 November 1826

Contents:
Extract of the will of William Huxley.

[no title]  2030/2/329  25 January 1830

Contents:
Assignment of a leasehold house
1. John Williams of the Twitchen, Clunbury, farmer and maltster
2. John Carter of Ludlow, innkeeper and Sarah his wife
3. Elizabeth Brown of Ludlow, widow
4. Norrege Thompson of the same place, grocer
John Brown late of Ludlow, tailor, deceased, being seised of a leasehold house assigned to him for the rest of 31 years under a lease of 29 October 1782 by the Corporation of Ludlow, assigned on 28 May 1813 to William Huxley, tailor now dead, for securing repayment of £200 and int. The term of 31 years expired. The Corporation by lease of 29 October 1813 let to William Huxley the newly erected house in Tower St., having the street N., the house of Norrege Thompson E., the yard S. and the house of John Challender W., which house is in the tenure of John Brown, with right of ingress &c through the passage and backside of the house of Norrege Thompson called the Royal Oak, and the Bog house built in the said yard. For 31 years at 6/- p.a. subject to the payment of a fine of £1 19s at each renewal of the lease. William Huxley died - will of 9 November 1826 gave to Humphrey Smith and Jacob Huxley his ready money and the money due to him, and made them executors. The will was proved on 8 May 1827 at Hereford. By indenture of 14 January 1828 between Smith and Huxley (1) John Brown (2) John Williams (3) Williams agreed to lend Brown £300 on the assignment of the said premises and a bond of Brown of even date therewith in £600 to pay £300. So for £200 to Smith & Huxley due to them by mortgage, and £100 to Brown, assignment of the house to Williams subject to a proviso for redemption. John Brown died on 26 May 1828; will of 25 August 1826 appointing his son in law John Carter and his friend Richard Tipton Norgrove of Ludlow, inkeeper, executors. The will was proved on 8 October 1828 in Hereford. Norgrove has lately died leaving Carter the surviving executor. £300 is still due to John Williams, and being more than the premises are worth, and Williams requiring payment, Carter on 28 April last caused the premises to be put up to sale by public auction. £280 was the highest bidding. John Brown left the premises to Carter for life of Sarah his wife subject to the weekly payment of 3/6 to the testator's widow Elizabeth Brown for her widowhood, and the premises to be sold on the death of Sarah for the benefit of the children, but Brown died insolvent, so the devise of no avail. Carter agreed with Thompson for the sale of the house in lease of 29 Oct. 1813 for the rest of the term for £280 to be paid to Williams in discharge of the principal. So this is hereby done.

[no title]  2030/2/330  21 June 1851

Contents:
Mortgage
1. William Davies of Ludlow, auctioneer, surviving executor and trustee of the will of John Crundell late of Ludlow, baker, deceased
2. Amelia Crundell of Ludlow, spinster
John Crundell of the same, tailor
3. Thomas Wilkes of the same, glover, Treasurer of the Ludlow Union Benefit Society
Samuel Nash of the same place, tailor
Thomas Williams of Ludlow, tailor, stewards of the Society
Lease and release of 2 & 3 February 1829 between John Wellings (1) Thomas Tyler and Eleanor his wife (2) James Roper Highmoor (3) John Hughes (4) John Jones (5) John Crundell (6) John Evans (7) Charles Joseph Russell (8) House, shop, bakehouse &c conveyed to such uses as John Crundell should declare, and in default of such to John Crundell (since decd). Will of John Crundell on 1 June 1840 gave inter alia to his friends John Evans (decd.) and William Davies all his real and personal estate on trust to let his wife Sarah have the rents of the house below for her own use, and at her death on trust to sell the said house and hold the money on trust for his 5 children, namely Amelia, Sarah, Susan (since decd.), John, Elizabeth and Harriet, to be divided equally when 21.
John Crundell died on 9 June 1840. His will was proved first by his wife Sarah at Hereford on 10 June 1841, and the executors proved it on 23 September 1841. John Evans died on 31 January 1850. Davies put the house and bakehouse up for auction on 30 April 1851 at the Horse Shoes Inn, Ludlow, but no adequate bid. Sarah Susan Crundell, one of the children of the testator died in 184- a minor, so her share to her surviving brother John Crundell as her heir at law. Amelia and John Crundell attained 21. Thomas Wilkes, Samuel Nash and Thomas Williams on the application of Amelia Crundell and John Crundell agreed to lend them £100 on the security of their 3/5 share in the house. So mortgage to them of 3/5 of the house with the shop and bakehouse partly in the yard called the Kings Arms Yard and fronting Tower Street in Ludlow, having the passage leading from the top of the yard between the house, shop, bakehouse &c and a house of Edward Crundell (formerly John Goodman, now Samuel Chipp, butcher) into Tower St. on E.; house once of John Jones (formerly Somerset Wall) and a house once the property and in the possession of Martha Carter, decd. on W. and Tower St. on S. Also the upper privy at the N. end of the said King's Arms Yard, with liberty to pass along the yard to the privy; use of pump in the said yard, paying 1/3 of the expenses for its repair and maintenance; right of building over the passage leading from the yard to Tower St. at 8 ft and no lower, keeping the building secure; and liberty to pass from the Bull Ring along the said yard so long as the passage therefrom in the Bull Ring remains open. Which house &c was once in the occupation of James Crundell and is now void. Proviso for redemption.
Dorse
22 December 1851
1. Wilkes, Nash and Williams
2. Amelia and John Crundell
3. William Davies,
Amelia and John Crundell have repaid the £100 so Wilkes &c reconvey 3/5 of the house &c.

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Contents:
General

[no title]  2030/2/331-2  8-9 October 1784

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Ann Vaughan of Ludlow, spinster, sole executrix of the will of Robert Jones, late of Ludlow, Esq., decd.
2. Edward Price jnr. of Ludlow, baker
3. Elizabeth Green of Ludlow, spinster
4. William Baugh of Ludlow, gent.
By mortgage of 22 July 1775 between William Price and William Maybury (1)
Robert Jones (2) Price for £300 mortgaged property to Jones in which Maybury had a trust estate, i.e. the house, backside and garden, for 500 years; and by an indorsement Price borrowed from Jones a further £50 for which he was bound by bond to Jones in £100. Neither sum has been repaid, and there is now due to Ann Vaughan as executrix £390 and the rest of the term of 500 years. Price is to sell to Elizabeth Green for £260 paid to Ann Vaughan in part payment of the principal due. So conveyance of the house sometime since erected by Edward Price, party, and adjoining a house the reversion of which belongs to Edward Price on N. side, with a backside and garden belonging (heretofore William Adams, mercer, now Elizabeth Green) and all right of Price to the same. Ann Vaughan grants the house to William Baugh for the rest of 500 years in trust for Elizabeth Green, to attend the inheritance.

[no title]  2030/2/333-5  27 March 1827

Contents:
Release of purchase money
1. William Curtis of Rowley Buildings, Melior St., Southwark, Surrey, slater
2. John Curtis of Great Mays Pond, Southwark, slater
3. Thomas Curtis of Upper Marsh, Lambeth, slater
4. Robert Curtis of Sheffield, slater
5. John Unwin of Sheffield, cutler and Sarah his wife (late Curtis) Which Wm, John, Thos and Robt Curtis & Sarah Unwin were the 5 children of Thomas Curtis late of Leeds, Yorks, slater, merchant decd., nephew of William Curtis late of Maryknowl, Herefs, gent, decd.
2. William Radcliffe late of the Heralds College, London, Esq. (Rouge Croix Pursuivant of Arms) surviving executors of the will of Wm Curtis. Recital of the will of William Curtis of 14 June 1811 devising to Wm Radcliffe and his cousin John Curtis, decd. all his real and personal estate on trust to let his wife have the rents and profits for life, at her death, as to the real estate at Ludlow left him by the will of his late friend Thomas Hollingsworth, gent, decd., to sell the same and divide the money among the sons and daughter of his nephew Thomas Curtis when they are 21. Codicil 17 June as to Ludlow estate - at death of his wife to let Thomas Curtis have the rents for life, then sell it. Codicil 20 Sept. 1816 not altering this. Died 1 Feb. 1823. Cousin John Curtis died in the lifetime of the testator, leaving the testator's widow Sarah and Wm Radcliffe. William Radcliffe proved the will and codicils in P.C.C. 15 July 1823. Sarah Curtis, the widow, died on 30 August 1824 leaving the said Thomas Curtis of Leeds to whom the rents to go. He died in June 1826. Radcliffe has contracted with Benjamin Pitt of Ludlow, butcher for the sale to him of the house in Ludlow for £250 - conveyance made to him of a release of even date. So for £50 to each of the 5 children, they release Wm Radcliffe from the trusts of the will.

[no title]  2030/2/334  20 August 1827

Contents:
Enclosed in 2030/2/333
Letter from William Radclyffe to G. Anderson sending the release.

[no title]  2030/2/335  1826-7


Related information: See also 2030/5/115

Contents:
Bills William Radclyffe with Anderson & Downes, re sale of premises in Old Street, Ludlow.

[no title]  2030/2/336  1833

Contents:
Draft agreement to let a house in Street, Ludlow
Richard Dawes and Joseph Hill.

[no title]  2030/2/337  1837 April

Contents:
Draft conditions of letting Corporation land by auction at the Guildhall on Tuesday.

[no title]  2030/2/338-9  14 October 1840

Contents:
2 draft conditions of sale of freehold houses &c in Ludlow, auctioned
Lots 1 & 2.

[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
Lydbury North

[no title]  2030/2/340  4 May 1734

Contents:
Copy will of John Hay of Lidbury North, gent., copied 28 Aug. 1776. All freehold houses and lands at Ayton and Lidbury North to his son William Hay for life, then to his heirs, provided he marries with the consent of John's friends John Colbatch of Coreley, gent and Hugh Lewis of Lidbury North, hatter, trustees. If not, or if he dies without lawful issue, the rents and profits to go to the trustees and be paid to John's daughter Mary Tomlins, wife of William Tomlins of Coreley, gent, for life. If his son marries without the consent of the trustees, then William 12 months after the marriage is to pay to the trustees £100 to be placed out at interest for the use of the children of the testator's daughter Mary Tomlins and divided between them when 21 or married. If he neglect to pay it, all the estate to his daughter Mary for life. If his son and daughter die without issue, the estate to the right heirs of John Hay forever. The rest of his personal estate to his son William, sole executor.

[no title]  2030/2/341  13 May 1769

Contents:
Copy mortgage
1. William Tomlins of Coreley, gent
2. John White of Bridgnorth, gent
William Tomlins and his daughter Elizabeth Tomlins are jointly indebted to John White in £41 4s 6d on a promissory note of 9 November 1765. Wm Tomlins by bond of even date herewith is bound to White in £200 10s to pay £105. For better recovering the £41 4s 6d and £105 to White, mortgage of the Manor of Corely, capital messuage and land (heretofore John Tomlins, decd, late father of Wm, now the said Wm) in Corely; and 2 pieces of land - Corely Close and Bowells Acre (once sd John Tomlins now Wm Tomlins). Proviso for redemption.

[no title]  2030/2/342  16 October 1775

Contents:
Copy depositions taken at The Eagle and Serpent, Cleobury Mortimer, (of Thomas Norcott) in a cause between Elizabeth Tomlins plt. against Wm Tomlins and Mary his wife and Ann Tomlins deft. taken by Wilson Aylesbury Roberts and Edward Coleman.
James Matthews of Bishop's Castle aged 41; Martha wife of Richard Potter of Wentnor, 40; Martha Hodgkiss of Eyton in Lidbury North 84; Thomas Stead of Bromyard Herefs, surgeon, 48; Wm Barnes of Bromyard, gent, 55; Richard Aston of Cleobury Mortimer, 45; Adam Ward of Birchir, Herefs, 54; Elnor Nash wife of Richard Nash of Corley, yeoman, 24; John Penny of Corley, yeoman, 66.

[no title]  2030/2/343  16 May 1775

Contents:
Draft bill of complaint in Chancery, of William Tomlins of Coerly, Salop yeoman, and Mary his wife. Mary is daughter of John Hay late of Ayton, Lidbury North, yeoman, deceased, and sister and heir at law of William Hay late of Ayton, yeoman, deceased. John Hay died seised in fee simple of the rents of several freehold estates in Lidbury North; by will gave to his son Wm Hay for life all or the greatest part of such estates and from the death of Wm to Mary Tomlins and her heirs forever. John soon after died (30 years ago) and Wm Hay entered into possession of the estates in Lidbury North and enjoyed them for life except the part which Wm sold; 20 years ago Wm Tomlins had the will and delivered it to Wm Hay who took it to Council for advice, who told him it was not in his favour, but to take care of it. The Tomlins have never seen it since. William died about 11 years ago. Elizabeth Tomlins of Droitwich, Worcs, spinster, lived with Wm for many years before and at his death, and was in possession of the house in which William died for several months after his death, and during his last illness and at his death had access to his papers and took the will of John Hay. The plaintiffs have applie [...] to her for it and she and others pretend John did not make a will or if so she hasn't it, or if so it is not legal and that John Hay left the estate to her and her 2 sisters Mary and Ann Tomlins.

[no title]  2030/2/344  5 August 1776

Contents:
Deed to lead the uses of a fine
1. Henry Haddock of Kidderminster, Worcs, blacksmith
2. Elizabeth Tomlins of Kidderminster, spinster, one of the devisees in the will of William Hay late of Eyton in Lidbury North, yeoman, decd.
2. Charles Holland of Cleobury Mortimer, gent
By indenture of 10 July 1773 between Henry Haddock and Margaret his wife (decd, 1 of the daughters of Wm Tomlins of Coreley, yeoman by Mary his wife, which Mary Haddock was one of the devisees and executrixes in the will of Wm Hay late of Hayton, Lidbury North, yeoman, decd (1) The said Elizabeth Tomlins, one of the daughters of Wm and Mary Tomlins and one of the executrixes and devisees in the will of Wm Hay (2)
Wm Hay by will of 7 August 1762 inter alia devised to the 3 daughters of his sister Mary Tomlins, i.e. Mary Tomlins afterwards Haddock, the said Elizabeth Tomlins and Ann Tomlkins, all his freehold estate in which he lived in Eyton in Lidbury North, to the 3 daughters of Mary forever. Residue to Mary, Elizabeth and Ann Tomlins forever, who were appointed joint executrixes. William Tomlins secreted or destroyed the will and got into possession of the personal estate late of Wm Hay; a suit was lately instituted in the Court of Chancery by Elizabeth Tomlins against Wm Tomlins and Mary his wife, Henry Haddock and Mary his wife and Ann Tomlins for the discovery of the will and recovery of the estate. Mary Haddock had no issue and being then very infirm in order to prevent her share of the real estate left her by Wm Hay from surviving to the said Ann her sister, Henry and Mary Haddock, covenanted to stand seised of the premises left by Wm Hay to the use of the 3 until a fine had been made by the Haddocks to the uses therein expressed. Mary Haddock is since dead, and no fine was levied. So Henry Haddock and Elizabeth Tomlins for £5 to Henry from Elizabeth, covenant to stand seised of the property to the use of Henry, Elizabeth and Ann until a fine is levied to Holland. As for 2/3 the property, to the use of Charles Holland forever, on trust by mortgage or sale to raise to pay himself the money lent by him now due to him, and costs of the case in Chancery; as for the remainder of 2/3 to the use of Holland in trust for such person or persons as Elizabeth Tomlins appoints, in default of which to Charles Holland and his heirs forever.

[no title]  2030/2/345-6  27 January 1777

Contents:
2 copies of Decree in case in Chancery by P. Halford one of the Masters of the Court of Chancery.
Elizabeth Tomlins, spinster, plaintiff, and Wm Tomlins and Mary his wife Henry Haddock and Ann Tomlins, defendants.
William to account with the plaintiff for his share of the personal estate of Wm Hay who had freehold and copyhold at Lydbury North an leasehold estates. Will of 11 August 1762 left to the plaintiff and her sister defendant Ann Tomlins, and Mary Haddock, since dead, all real and personal estate, and appointed the 3 sisters executrixes. William Tomlins is accused of hiding the will which was not proved. William Hay died in possession of an estate at Eyton which at his death to Mary Tomlins as heir at law to Wm or as heir of or devisee under the will of her late father John Hay. Wm died about 10 years ago. The plaintiff was born in 1737. Mary wife of defendant Henry Haddock was the eldest sister of the plaintiff. The testator Wm Hay made a will on 7 August 1772.
Declaration:- that the estate is to be divided into moieties, half to the plaintiff and the other half to the defendant Ann Tomlins, and Wm and Mary Tomlins are to deliver to the plaintiff and defendant Ann possession of the testator's real estate left by will to the plaintiff and defendant Ann and to Mary late wife of Henry Haddock - left as joint tenants, and so to the plaintiff and defendant Ann as survivors of Mary.
Recital report of 30 March 1778. The personal estate not bequeathed came to £28 1s - so £14 6d to plaintiff and £14 6d to Ann. Wm and Mary Tomlins in possession of the real estate at Lady Day 1763 and have received the rents up to Lady Day 1776, in all £255. Accrued of rents of real estate in the lifetime of Mary Haddock £197 5s to be divided into 3:- £65 15s each to the plaintiff, defendant Ann and to Henry Haddock, and the rest into 2 between the plaintiff and Ann. Costs £243 5s moderated and taxed at £169 18s 2d to be paid by defendants Wm and Mary Tomlins.
Henry Haddock's costs amount to £30 17s 5d - moderated to £24 15s 2d to be paid by the plaintiff to be reimbursed by Wm and Mary Tomlins. Schedule of rents.

[no title or date]  2030/2/347

Contents:
Hilary 17 George III
Fine
Thomas Stokes plt and Elizabeth Tomlins, Joseph Milner and Ursula his wife defors.
1 house, 1 barn, 1 stable, 1 garden, 50a land, 10a meadow, 10a pasture, and half of 2 houses, 2 gardens, 2 orchards, 6a land, 3a meadow, 3a pasture and common of pasture, in Lydbury North, Stotesdon and Cleobury Mortimer.

[no title]  2030/2/348-9  27 & 28 May 1778

Contents:
Lease and release - mortgage
1. William Tomlins of Coreley, gent and Ann Tomlins of the same spinster, one of the daughters of Wm Tomlins by Mary his wife, and one of the nieces of Wm Hay late of Lydbury North, gent, decd.
2. Benjamin Fallowes of Leominster, gent.
Consideration: £130
Half of a house and farm at Eyton in Lydbury North (once William Hay now or late John Watkins).

[no title]  2030/2/350-1  11 July 1785

Contents:
Lease and release 10 &
1. Elizabeth Tomlins of Kidderminster, devisee of Wm Hay late of Lydbury North
2. Ann Tomlins of Coreley, another devisee
3. Elizabeth Bishop of Cleobury Mortimer, daughter of Charles Holland
4. Charles Bishop and William Waddington, executors of Charles Holland
5. William Barnes of Bromyard, Herefs.
House at Eyton in Lydbury North (once Wm Hay, now John Watkins)

[no title]  2030/2/352-3  24 & 25 March 1790

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Thomas Churchman of Clunton, Blunbury, eldest son and heir of Thomas Churchman who was son and heir of Thomas Churchman and Ursula one of the 2 daughters of John Tomlins of Coreley, farmer, decd.
2. Thomas Penny of Ludlow, maltster
Consideration: £200
Half a house and farm in Coreley (Edward Williams) and of a house and farm in Lydbury North (once - Hay decd.) and any other property late of Ann Tomlins spinster and sister of Elizabeth - decd. in Coreley and Lydbury North.

[no title]  2030/2/354-6  24 & 25 March 1790

Contents:
Copies lease and release and 2nd copy release
1. Thomas Churchman of Clunton, Clubhury, gent
2. Thomas Penny
(Copy of 2030/2/352-3)

[no title]  2030/2/357  1 April 1793

Contents:
Deed to declare the uses of a fine
1. William Penny of Coreley
Thomas Penny of Ludlow, maltster
2. Samuel Acton of Ludlow, glover
House in Coreley and farm and a house in Lydbury North (once - Hay decd, now John Watkins) to the uses to be declared by Wm & Thomas Penny.

[no title or date]  2030/2/358

Contents:
Hilary 33 George III
Fine
Samuel Acton plt.
William and Thomas Penny defors.
3 houses, 3 barns &c, 150a land, in Corley and Lydbury North.

[no title]  2030/2/359  1762-1796

Contents:
Draft abstract of title of Mr Thomas Penny to premises in Coreley and Lydbury North. (Fair copy made 6 December 1800)

[no title]  2030/2/360  25 April 1803

Contents:
Letter from Thomas Jones of Bishop's Castle to Mr Adams asking for a deed of covenant executed by Messrs Penny. Mr Plowden should have attested copies of the deeds in the schedule as he cannot have the originals.

[no title]  2030/2/361  22 August

Contents:
Draft bond from William and Thomas Penny to Edmund Plowden.
Lease & release of 21 & 211 August between them and Plowden of a house and farm at Lydbury North (once Thomas Hay, then John Watkins) (50a). The condition is tht Plowden has peaceful possession free from suits and claims of Elizabeth wife of William Penny etc.

[no title]  2030/2/362-3  14 & 15 February 1808

Contents:
Lease and release
1. William Penny of Coreley, farmer
2. Thomas Penny of Ludlow, maltster
3. William Adams of Ludlow, gent.
Recital of indenture of 1 April 1793 between William and Thomas Penny (1) Samuel Acton (2) to declare the uses of a fine levied in Hilary term before, of a house in Coreley (late John Jones, then Thomas Penny) and premises in Lydbury North, since sold to Edmund Plowden, Esq. The fine was to the use of William and Thomas Penny.
Consideration: £400
Sale of the house and farm in Coreley (60a) (once John Jones, then Thomas Penny, now - Wheeler).

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Contents:
Eaton under Heywood

[no title]  2030/2/364  25 & 26 March 1789

Contents:
Attested copy lease and release
1. John Barneby of Brockhampton, Herefs, Esq., eldest son and heir at law and devisee in the will of Bartholomew Richard Barneby, heretofore Bartholomew Richard Lutley, Esq., his late father, deceased, surviving brother and heir at law of Jenks Lutley, deceased, which Jenks was the eldest surviving son and heir at law of Philip Lutley heretofore of Henwick, Worcs, Esq., deceased
2. William Wainwright of Hereford, gent.
Consideration: £3,400
A house and farm and several pieces of land called Wolverton Farm in Eaton, Salop (Edward Wainwright at £155 p.a.) (301a); the great tithes of corn, grain and hay and other tithes of John Barneby.

[no title]  2030/2/365  8 & 9 September 1797

Contents:
Attested copy lease and release
1. William Wainwright of Hereford, gent
2. William Parker of Acton Scott, gent
3. John Lewis of Henley, Acton Scott, farmer, trustee for Parker
On 27 September 1796 William Wainwright agreed with Parker for the sale of a house and farm and lands for £4,400. For this sum Wainwright grants the house and farm and pieces of land - Wolverton Farm in Eaton, Salop (Edward Wainwright at tenant) (301a). Pieces of land called:- the Leys, Barn Yard, Homestall, Cow Leasow, Coppice Leasow, Great Leasow, Bull Meadow, Thistle Leasow, Spring Leasow, Spring Meadow, Long Meadow, Court Leasow and the Pathes, Lower Ashes, Wood Pile Leasow, Horse Meadow, Barley Butts, Court Meadow, The Quabs, Calves Leasow, Clay Field Leasow, Hales Hubble, Hales Meadow, Hales Leasow, Pickett Leasow, High Ashes, Upper Court Leasow, Rough Velveges, Velveges Stubble, Littley Oxy Leasow, Bloodfield and the Heath (being 2 pieces) and the great and other tithes, (except the Coppices called Wolverton Wood (46a)).

[no title]  2030/2/366-7  1797

Contents:
Lease and release
1. William Wainwright of Hereford, gent.
2. Benjamin Wainwright of the Lodge, Diddlebury, gent.
Consideration: £600
The piece of coppice called Wolverton Coppice in the parish of Eaton (46a) 3r 20p) having a small coppice of Wm Wainwright on N., wood of Sir John Dyer E., wood of the Rev. - Maxery S., and lands of Wm Parker W.

[no title]  2030/2/368-9  19 & 20 January 1808

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Benjamin Wainwright of Hereford, land surveyor and Mary his wife
2. Thomas Gwillim of St. Peter's Hereford, joiner and Ann Gwillim his daughter by Ann late wife decd., once Ann Packwood.
3. John Harris of Hereford, gent, trustee for Benjamin Wainwright as to part of the property
4. Isabella Radford of Wells, spinster
Lease and release of 1 & 2 February 1806 between 1. Margaret Sheldon of New Court, Lugwardine, widow and sole executrix of Thomas Sheldon late of Abberton, Worcs, Esq., decd., eldest son and heir of Lucy Sheldon wife of the Rev. Dormer Sheldon and devisee under her will of 9 April 1746, which Lucy was the devisee of Thomas Rede of Brunsil Castle, Heres Esq., decd. by will of 29 Sept. 1742, 2. Thomas Vincent of Threadneedle St., London, Esq., eldest son of Francis Vincent Esq., decd. and Lacon Lambe the late of Henwood, Herefs, then of Hereford, Esq., trustees appointed by the will of Thomas Sheldon for sale of his manor, houses, and lands, 3. Benjamin Wainwright, 4. Richard Wainwright of Stanway, gent 9 pieces of meadow in the 2 common meadows called the Upper and Lower Long Meadows in the parishes of Lugwardine and Hampton Bishop, Herefs. were conveyed to Richard Wainwright to uses appointed by Benjamin Wainwright.
Indenture of feoffment of 4 November last between James Hereford of Sufton, Herefs, Esq., Richard Brown Cheston of Gloucester, doctor in physic, trustees (1) Thomas Baker Esq., Captain in the Militia of Herefs, only son and heir of Thomas Baker late of Lugwardine, Herefs, Esq, decd. by Ann his wife decd. (2) Benjamin Wainwright, party (3) John Harris (4) the Rev. John Freeman of Lugwardine, clerk (5) A piece of meadow in Walney or Upper Lug Meadow was granted to Benjamin Wainwright.
Lease and release of 1797 between William Wainwright (1) Benjamin Wainwright (2) conveying Wolverton Coppice to Benjamin, in Eaton.
Lease and release of 12 & 13 November 1801 between Judith Packwood of Dore, Herefs, widow and sole executrix of John Packwood of St. Peter's Hereford, malster, decd (1) Elizabeth Packwood of Clehonger, Herefs, widow and sole executrix of George Packwood jnr. late of the same place, corn factor, decd, eldest son of George Packwood snr. of St. Martin's Hereford, barge owner, decd, by Mary his first wife decd., James Packwood of St. Martin's Hereford, barge owner and Hester his wife, William Taylor of the same, skinner and Mary his wife (nee Packwood), Thomas Gwillim, which James Packwood, William Taylor and Thomas Gwillim are trustees of the will of George Packwood gnr. James Packwood and Mary Taylor and Ann Gwillim decd were the 3 of the children of George Packwood snr decd by his first wife (2) Samuel Rogers of Peter Church, Herefs, yeoman and Kitty his wife, which Kitty Rogers and Thomas Packwood then late of Hereford, joiner, decd. were 2 of the children of George Packwood snr by Ann his 2nd wife (3) Benjamin Wainwright (4) and a fine.
Half and all those undivided 5/6 of the other half of the house below in the parish of St. Peter, Hereford, granted to the use of Benjamin Wainwright. At the time of the last release Ann Gwillim was a minor of 17 so was not a party for her 1/6 of the half vested in her as only child and heir of Ann Gwillim her mother, decd, although it was agreed by Thomas Gwillim and Benjamin Wainwright that Ann's share should be conveyed by her to Benjamin Wainwright on payment of £41 13s 4d when she was 21 which she now is. Benjamin Wainwright needs £1,500 which has been lent by Isabella Radford, so mortgage of the pieces of meadow in the lease and release of 1 & 2 February 1806. So for £1,458 6s 8d to Benjamin from Isabella Radford, and £41 13s 4d to Thomas Gwilliam from her, grant of the 9 pieces of meadow in the 2 common meadow in Lugwardine and Hampton Bishop called the Upper and Lower Lug Meadows (once Margaret Sheldon, now Benjamin Wainwright) (22a 7p), 5 pieces in Upper Lug Meadow not far from Lugwardine Bridge and the 4 in Lower Lug Meadow near the bridge. Reservation to Margaret Sheldon & the proprietors of the mansion house of the sole right of fishing in the River Lugg adjoining the same premises, and of game. Piece of meadow (4a 25p) in the common meadow called Walney or Upper Lug Meadow; Wolverton Coppice in Eaton, Salop (46a 3r 20p); house in St. Peter's, Hereford, with a garden and malthouse.
Enclosed

[no title]  2030/2/370  Hilary 48 George III (1808)

Contents:
Fine
Isabella Radford plt
Benjamin Wainwright and Mary his wife
Thomas and Ann Gwillim, defors.
1 house, 1 stable, 1 malthouse, 1 garden, 1a land, in the parish of St. Peter, Hereford.

[no title]  2030/2/371  Hilary 48 George III (1808)

Contents:
Fine
Isabella Radford, plt.
Benjamin Wainwright and Mary his wife, defors.
50a wood in Eaton.

[no title]  2030/2/372-3  29 November 1822

Contents:
Bargain and sale of the possessions of a bankrupt - 2 copies, 1 enrolled.
1. Whalely Armitage, Esq., Henry Allen & Wm Pateshall, gents.
2. Thomas Williams of Culmington, farmer, Samuel Wainwright of Hungerford, farmer, commissioners of bankruptcy against Benjamin Wainwright of Hereford, malster dealer and chapman, directed to 1.
Benjamin Wainwright is indebted to Charles Bodenham, Thomas Jay and John Ganett in £100
Notice in the London Gazette for a meeting of creditors 28 November last.
Williams and S. Wainwright were chosen assignees. 1. set over to 2. the freehold houses and lands of Benjamin Wainwright in Hereford and Herefordshire and Shropshire on trust to sell them for the creditors.

[no title]  2030/2/374-5  11 & 12 October 1824

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Isabella Radford of Wells, spinster
2. Thomas Williams of Culmington, farmer
Samuel Wainwright of Hungerford, farmer, assignees of the estate of Benjamin Wainwright late of Hereford, maltster, a bankrupt.
Recital of lease and release of 19 & 20 January 1808
Recital of the bankruptcy. £1,500 is still due to Isabella Radford.
Williams and S. Wainwright have agreed to pay off the mortgage debt and take a reconveyance to themselves of the said property. So Isabella Radford reconveys the pieces of land in Lugwardine, and Wolverton Coppice in Eaton, and the house in the parish of St. Peter, Hereford.

[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
Munslow

[no title]  2030/2/376-7  28 & 29 July 1698

Contents:
Lease and release
1. The Rt. Hon. Sir Thomas Littleton, bart, one of the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury
The Lady Anne his wife
2. Vincent Owen of Munslow, clerk
Consideration: £50
A house in Aston in Munslow (Thomas Browne, deceased, now Jane Browne, widow of Thomas).

[no title]  2030/2/378-9  28 & 29 April 1705

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Elizabeth Owen of Munslow, widow
Vincent Owen late of Munslow, clerk, decd.
Timothy Owen of Munslow, gent, son and heir of Vincent
2. Thomas Varnolds of Munslow, yeoman
Consideration: £80
A house in Aston in Munslow (once Thomas Browne, decd, now William Dale).

[no title]  2030/2/380  30 March 1733

Contents:
Release
1. Thomas Vernolds snr. of Aston in Munslow, yeoman
2. Francis Vernolds of Munslow, yeoman, 2nd son of Thomas snr.
3. Thomas Higgins snr. of Aston, yeoman
John Pinches of Ticklerton, yeoman
Consideration: £10
A house in Aston in Munslow (John Mounford as tenant to Thomas Vernolds snr.) to the use of Thomas Vernolds snr. for life, then to Francis Vernolds and his heirs forever.

[no title]  2030/2/381  6 July 1778

Contents:
Bargain and sale
1. John Stedman of Worfieldhome, gent.
2. Francis Vernolds of Aston in Mounslow, gent.
Consideration: £30
A piece of land called the Gill Hill in Aston and adjoining lands of Francis Vernolds (½a).

[no title or date]  2030/2/382

Contents:
Copy will of Francis Vernolds (extracted from the Hereford Registry).
Will dated 9 December 1783, proved 10 May 1788.
Franie Vernolds of Aston in Munslow, leaves to his wife Sarah Vernolds for her life the house in Aston in which they live and lands adjoining; at her death they are left to his niece Sarah Lucas wife of Thomas Lucas of Middlehope. To his wife £200, household goods and furniture, clothes &c and stock and crop. To Elizabeth Camel late of Medley Park, Culmington £100; to Elizabeth, Dorothy, William and Catherine Camel, daughters and son of William and Elizabeth £20 each; to William Ward of Munslow 1/-
To Thomas, Sarah, Richard, Francis and Henry Ward sons and daughter of William and Sarah Ward of Munslow £20.
Executors: wife Sarah Vernolds and John Walters late of Chirbury.
Residue to them equally.

[no title]  2030/2/383  29 September 1794

Contents:
Mortgage
1. Thomas Lucas of Hayton, Stanton Lacy and Sarah his wife, niece and devisee in fee of the house and lands by the will of Francis Varnolds once of Aston in Munslow, gent, decd. expectant on the death of Sarah widow of Francis Varnolds.
2. William Gardner of Ludlow, shoemaker
Consideration: £250
The house and several pieces of land belonging in Aston in Munslow and Diddlebury (18a) (Sarah Varnolds) to such uses as Thomas and Sarah appoint, subject to a proviso for redemption - in default of appointment to the use of the survivor of Thomas and Sarah for life, then to Francis Lucas the 2nd son of Thomas and Sarah forever.

[no title]  2030/2/384-5  28 & 29 September 1802

Contents:
Lease and release - assignment of mortgage and further charge
1. Benjamin Burgwyn of Cookridge, Bromfield, farmer
2. Thomas Lucas late of Hayton, Stanton Lacy, now of Aston in Munslow, yeoman, and Sarah his wife, niece and devisee in fee of the said house and lands in the will of Francis Varnolds decd., expectant on the death of Sarah widow, decd. of Francis Varnolds.
3. William Cheney Hart of Hope Bowdler, Esq.
Lease and release of 4 & 5 December 1795 between Wm Gardner (1) Thomas and Sarah Lucas (2) Benjamin Burgwyn (3) reciting the mortgage of 29 September 1794 (2/383). The Lucases for £20 agree to levy a fine of a house and lands in Aston (18a) (Sarah Varnolds) to the use of William Gardner, subject to a proviso for redemption, once repaid, subject to limitations appointed by the Lucases, if not to Thomas and Sarah Lucas for their joint lives, then as directed, if not, to the survivor of Thos and Sarah forever life, then to the use of Francis Lucas second son of Thomas and Sarah forever, for £50 to Thomas and Sarah from Benjamin Burgwyn and £250 to William Gardner from Burgwyn. Transfer of mortgage and further charge.
£300 is still due to Burgwyn with £27 interest, so for £327 out of £353 lent by W. Cheney Hart, transfer and further cahrge on the house and several pieces of land in Aston in Munslow and Diddlebury (18a) (late Sarah Varnolds, widow, deceased, now Thomas Lucas) subject to limitations.
Proviso for redemption.

[no title]  2030/2/386  29 September 1802

Contents:
Bond
Thomas Lucas of Aston in Munslow, yeoman, is bound to William Cheney Hart of Hope Bowdler, Esq. in £706 to pay £353 and interest on 29 March next.

[no title]  2030/2/387-8  20 & 21 April 1803

Contents:
Lease and release
1. William Cheney Hart of Hope Bowdler, Esq.
2. Thomas Lucas of Aston, Munslow, yeoman, and Sarah his wife, niece and devisee in fee in the property below by the will of Francis Varnolds deceased expectant on the death of Sarah widow, decd. of Francis
3. Richard Bromley of Picklescott, Smethcott, farmer
Recital lease and release of 4 & 5 December 1795 (see 2030/2/385)
There is now due to Hart £362 18s 8d. The Lucases have borrowed £230 from Bromley to pay off Hart. So for £132 18s 8d to Hart from the Lucases and £230 to Hart from Bromley assignment of the mortgage to Bromley.

[no title]  2030/2/389  8 October 1808

Contents:
Release of equity of redemption
1. William Gough jnr. of Aston, Munslow, wheelwright
Elihu Jones of Ludlow, gent, trustees of William Gough
2. Elizabeth Thomas of Sutton, Diddlebury, widow of William Thomas late of Sutton, farmer, deceased
Recital indenture of 26 May 1807 between William Gough and E. Jones (1) William Thomas (2). Consideration: £500 to Wm Gough, mortgage of all property below for 500 years. William Thomas has died and the £500 is still due to [...] Gough, and interest amounting to £34, so due in all £534. Elizabeth Thomas has agreed to buy the inheritance and equity of redemption. So for £246 to Wm Gough from Elizabeth, Gough releases the house and several pieces of land in Aston in Munslow and Diddlebury (18a) (late Sarah Varnolds, decd, since Sarah Lucas, now Wm Gough) subject to the payment of £500 and interest, but freed from all right and equity of redemption of Wm Gough in the premises.

[no title]  2030/2/390  1835

Contents:
1. John Smallman of Munslow, builder
John Cund of Corfton, Diddlebury, butcher, trustees of the settlement on the marriage of Francis Bach of the New House, Culmington, gent, and Elizabeth his wife
2. William Wainwright of Hungerford, gent.
Recital of mortgage of 5 August 1831 between Wm Wainwright (1) John Smallman and John Cund, as trustees (2) for £500 lent by 2. to 1. on the security of a house and pieces of land (named) at Hungerford in Eaton parish and land adjoining to road - Cuckold's Row in Munslow, and Way or Wear Meadow near Broadstone adjoining the River Corve in Munslow, for 500 years. Now Wainwright surrenders the property to them for the said £500 and the term.

[no title]  2030/2/391  20 June 1857

Contents:
Certificate for acknowledgment of deeds by married women, by Elizabeth Bach wife of Francis Bach, to a deed marked A of 28 April 1857 between Francis and Elizabeth Bach and Richard Bowen.

[no title]  2030/2/392-4  11 April 1860

Contents:
Release from trusts
1. Francis Mountford of Broome, Stanton Long, yeman
Edward Edwards of the Cuckoo's Nest, Munslow, shoemaker & wife Ann
John Smith of Peaton Strand, Diddlebury, labourer and Sarah his wife
Charles Williams late of MoorWood, now of Brockton, Stanton Long, labourer, and Mary his wife
Maria Mountford of Broome, spinster
Harriet Mountford of Thonglands, Munslow, spinster
Frances Mountford of Broome, spinster, Francis, Ann, Sarah, Mary, Maria, Harriet and Frances 7 surviving children of John Mountford and Maria his wife late of Broome, decd.
2. George Anderson of Ludlow, gent.
Recital of assignment of 1 June 1821 between John Mountford, farmer, decd and Mary his wife, decd. (then late Maria Edwards, spinster) (1) Francis Edwards of Broadstone, Munslow, miller, decd, and George Anderson (2) John Mountford to provide for his wife and issue paid Edwards and Anderston £400 on trusts, John Mountford died on 18 September 1858, and Maria his widow died on 7 March last.
George Anderson as surviving trustee has paid £400 to the 7, so they release him from the trust.
Pinned
Account Mr Philip Hall and Mr George Anderson
Marriage certificate of Philip Hall and Fanny Mountford 14 April 1863
Enclosed

[no title or date]  2030/2/395

Contents:
Depositor's book of the Provident Institution for Savings for the Town of Ludlow, of Philip Hall, 1863.

[no title]  2030/2/396  17 August 1872

Contents:
Bond
John Roberts of Munslow, farmer is bound to Edward Griffiths of Pensnett, Kingswinford, Staffs, to repay £500.

[no title]  2030/2/397  13 August 1883

Contents:
Conveyance
1. Elizabeth Bowen of Culmington, Salop, widow
2. Thomas Goodman of Aston in Munslow, farmer
Elizabeth Bowen has a life interest subject to a mortgage of 27 November 1872 between her (1) Richard Bowen her son (2) Thomas Weyman of Ludlow, solicitor (3) for securing £450 and interest at 5% p.a.
By a conveyance of 14 November 1882 between Thomas Slaney Eyton and Charles Montgomery Campbell of Ludlow, bankers (1) Thomas Goodman (2) Thomas Goodman was seised of the property subject to the life estate of Elizabeth Bowen and a mortgage.
So for an annuity of £9 to Elizabeth Bowen for life, she sells her life estate in a house and 10 pieces of land at Aston in Munslow and Diddlebury (11½a) (formerly let to Samuel Preece and now James Price).
To hold for the life of Elizabeth Bowen, subject to the mortgage, paying £9 p.a. to her.

[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
Richard's Castle, Salop & Herefs.

[no title]  2030/2/398-9  28 & 29 December 1686

Contents:
Lease and release - marriage settlement
1. Richard Smyth of Woofferton, Richard's Castle, Salop, yeoman and Elizabeth his wife
2. William Pound jnr. of Elsich, Diddlebury, yeoman, son and heir of William Pound snr, of Elsich, yeoman, and Elizabeth his wife one of the daughters of Richard Smyth and Elizabeth
3. Thomas Chambers snr. of Ashford Bowdler, yeoman and William Pound snr of Elsich, yeoman
Consideration: the marriage between William Pound jnr. and Elizabeth his wife.
Settlement of a house (Thomas Challender); a parcel of pasture called Sheepcoates field (9a); a parcel of meadow - Hadmore Meadow (4a); a croft of arable called Hadmore Croft (6a) and adjoining Hadmore Meadow; a parcel of ground - the Coppice adjoining Hadmore Croft; 1a of arable in Sidmore field adjoining the said house, in the township of Batchcott, Richard's Castle. To hold to 3. to uses - to Richard Smyth and Elizabeth for life and for the life of the survivor of them, then to William Pound jnr. and Elizabeth for their lives and that of the survivor, then to the corporeal heirs of Elizabeth and Wm jnr., and in default to the corporeal heirs of Elizabeth, and in default to the right heirs of Richard Smyth.

[no title]  2030/2/400  24 February 1686/7

Contents:
Bond
Andrew Davies of Richard's Castle, Herefs, yeoman, is bound to Ferdinand Corges of Eye, Herefs, Esq., in £100 to keep the covenants in an indenture of even date therewith between them.

[no title]  2030/2/401-2  11 & 12 November 1715

Contents:
Lease and release mortgage
1. William Pound jnr. of Richard's Castle, yeoman and Elizabeth his wife
2. John Salwey of Richard's Castle, clerk
Consideration: £40
A parcel of pasture - Shepcoates field (9a) in Richard's Castle, Salop (Wm Pound).

[no title]  2030/2/403-4  23 May 1716

Contents:
Deed to declare the uses of a fine
1. William Pound jnr. of Richard's Castle, yeoman, and Elizabeth his wife
Roger James of Ludlow, yeoman and Jane his wife
2. John Salwey of Richard's Castle, clerk
Richard Wilks of Hugh Lee, yeoman and Elizabeth his wife
A fine was levied in Hilary Term 1 George I (1715) to enure as to the meadow called Hadmore Meadow and croft called Hadmore Croft, and a parcel of land called the Coppice; a pasture called the Shepcoates field all in Batchcott, Richard's Castle, to the use of John Salwey and his heirs to secure payment of £80 by William and Elizabeth Pound. As for the house and garden and close called Pound Close, and the meadow called the Balfe Meadow, in Overton, Salop, to the use of Richard Wilks and Elizabeth his wife to secure payment of £60 by Roger James and Jane his wife to Richard Wilks and Elizabeth.
Attached
Hilary 1 George I (1715)
Fine
John Salwey plt
William Pound and Elizabeth his wife, Roger James and Jane his wife, [...] 2 houses, 2 gardens, 15a land, in Batchcott, Richard's Castle.

[no title]  2030/2/405-6  14 & 15 September 1722

Contents:
Lease and release - assignment of mortgage
1. John Salwey of Richard's Castle, clerk, and Elizabeth his wife [...]
2. William Pound and Elizabeth his wife
3. Richard Knight jnr. of Ludlow, Esq.
In consideration of £110 12s to Salwey from Knight and £19 8s to Pound from Knight, transfer of the mortgaged property - the house William Pound inhabits, and parcel of Meadow called Hadmore Meadow (4a), the croft of arable called Hadmore Croft (6a), 1a of arable in Sidmores fields, a parcel of ground called the Coppice adjoining Hadmore Croft, and a parcel of pasture called Shepcoates fields (9a) all in Richard's Castle.

[no title]  2030/2/407-8  24 & 25 February 1724/5

Contents:
Lease and release
1. William Pound of Richard's Castle, Herefs, yeoman and Elizabeth, wife
2. Richard Pound of Ludlow, feltmaker, their eldest son
Consideration: £20
House, barn, stable, garden and orchard; Hadmore Meadow, Hadmore Croft, 1a arable in Sidmores fields Shepcoates field, the Coppice. Assignment of a parcel of land (3a) in Batchcott, Richard's Castle, Salop (John Pound) adjoining Sidmoor field and a lane from Richard's Castle to the ?Weete which William Pound holds by lease of 23 March 1671/2 by Richard Salwey late of Richard's Castle, Herefs, Esq., deceased to Richard Smith of Wooferton, Salop, yeoman, deceased, for 70 years or the lives of Elizabeth wife of Richard Smith and Elizabeth their daughter, now Elizabeth Pound, and by an assignment on dorse of 17 January 1686/7 by Richard Smith to Elizabeth Pound to hold for the rest of the term.
The first property is subject to a mortgage of 15 September 1722 of £130 to Richard Knight (2/406).

[no title]  2030/2/409-410  1 & 2 January 1732/3

Contents:
Lease and release - assignment of mortgage
1. Richard Knight jnr. of Ludlow, Esq.
2. Richard Pound of Richard's Castle, feltmaker, and Dinah his wife
3. Edward Baughe of Ludlow, gent
Whereas John Salwey of Richard's Castle, clerk, William Pound late of Richard's Castle, yeoman, deceased and Elizabeth his wife, father and mother of Richard Pound conveyed to Richard Knight a house and lands subject to provisoes for redemption.
Lease and release of 24 & 25 February 1724/5 conveying to Richard Pound the house subject to an equity of redemption.
There is now due to Knight £30, so for £30 to him from Baughe, assignment of the house, barn &c and 1a in Sidmoresfield, Sheepcoats field (9a) in Richard's Castle. (Richard Pound).

[no title]  2030/2/411  20 January 1736/7

Contents:
Further charge
1. Richard Pound of Richard's Castle, feltmaker and Dinah his wife
2. Edward Baughe of Ludlow, gent
The Pounds are indebted to Baughe in £30 on a house &c in Richard's Castle by mortgage of 2 January 1732/3 (2/410)
Further charge of £10 on the same property.

[no title]  2030/2/412-3  8 & 9 December 1740

Contents:
Lease and release - assignment of mortgage
1. The Rev. John Salwey now of Worcester, late of Richard's Castle, Clerk
2. Richard Pound of Richard's Castle, feltmaker and Dinah his wife
3. Samuel Cole of the same, yeoman
By lease and release of 20 & 21 July 1737 the property below was mortgaged to Salwey for £60; paid to him by Cole. So assignment of mortgage to Cole of a house, barn, outbuildings, garden, orchard, 1a land in Sidmore field a piece of pasture now 2 parcels - Sheepcoatts field (9a), all in Richard's Castle, Salop.

[no title]  2030/2/414-5  4 & 5 April 1753

Contents:
Lease and release - assignment of mortgage
1. Samuell Cole of Richard's Castle, yeoman
2. Richard Pound of Richard's Castle, feltmaker and Dinah his wife
3. Thomas Shenton snr. of Ashford Carbonel, yeoman
By indenture of 9 December 1740 John Salwey former mortgage assigned to Samuel Cole, confirmed by Richard and Dinah Pound, the house below, to pay £70. Now for £70 to Cole from Shenton and £30 to Richard Pound from Shenton, assignment of the house &c and 1a in Sidmore field and Sheep Coats field (9a) in Richard's Castle.

[no title]  2030/2/416  24 June 1779 (will) 30 March 1795 (probate)

Contents:
Probate copy will of William Pound of Richard's Castle, Salop, yeoman. Wife: Elizabeth - houses and lands, and after herddeath to their son John Pound, forever. When he is 21 he is to pay his sisters Eliner Ann Mary Elizabeth and Sarah £10 each. If not, the lands are to be divided between them. Wife executrix.

[no title]  2030/2/417  27 November 1793 (will) 24 August 1795 (probate)

Contents:
Probate copy will of Mary Street of Richard's Castle, Herefs, widow.
To son Peter Brees her house and garden in Richard's Castle.
Granddaughters Ann Cook, Mary Brees, Elizabeth Cook; son in law John Cook; daughter Mary Cook, executrix.

[no title]  2030/2/418  1 January 1798

Contents:
Mortgage
1. Peter Breeze of the Nash, Burford, farmer
2. Charles Holland of Knighton's Common, Knighton upon Team, Worcs, gent.
For 1000 years to secure £40 and interest - a house and garden in Richard's Castle, Herefs (William Hurds, tenant at £3.3s p.a.) (¼a) left to Peter Breeze by his mother Mary Street.

[no title]  2030/2/419  1 January 1798

Contents:
Bond
Peter Breeze of the Nash, Burford, farmer, is bound to Charles Holland of Knighton's Common, Knighton upon Team, Worcs., gent to secure £40.

[no title]  2030/2/420  1686-1812

Contents:
Abstract of the title of Richard Pound to a house &c in Richard's Castle December 1686 to 1779.
Schedule of mortgage deeds 1785-1812.

[no title]  2030/2/421-2  Easter 43 George III (1803)

Contents:
Pair of fines
James Fleming Baxter plt
Richard Weaver and Mary his wife, defors.
1 house, 1 stable, &c and 10a land in Richard's Castle.

[no title]  2030/2/423  29 November 1823

Contents:
Assignment
1. James Robinson of Tenbury, Worcs, gent, executor of Elizabeth Phillips late of Cornwood Common, Knighton upon Team, Londridge, Worcs, widow, executrix and residuary legatee of Charles Holland, gent, deceased
2. Ann Brees of Richard's Castle, widow of Peter Brees of the Nash, decd. In the lifetime of Charles Holland Ann Brees paid off the mortgage debt, so reconveyance to her of the property and assignment of the term.

[no title]  2030/2/424-5  1828

Contents:
Draft agreement
Richard White of Shrewardine, the receiver appointed by the Court of Chancery for the Trustees of the will of John Salwey formerly of the Moor House, Esq., deceased (1)
Timothy Bluck late of the Wetmore, now of Ludlow, farmer, and Samuel Bluck of Munslow, farmer (2)
To let the farm and lands at Woofferton, Richard's Castle (121a 1r 11p)
Enclosed
Particular of the late Henry Mason's Farm.
Notes of covenants in lease.

[no title]  2030/2/426  23 March 1830

Contents:
Draft mortgage
1. John Robinson of Church Stretton, mercer, and Edward Bright late of Acton, now of Westbury, farmer, devisees in trust in the will of Edward Amiss jnr. late of Church Stretton, gent.
2. Edward Urwick of Fellhampton, Wistanstow, gent
John Tomlinson of the Marsh, Wistanstow, gent, executors of Edw. Amiss snr. late of Woolston, Wistanstow, farmer, decd.
3. Edward Bright and Thomas Robinson late of Little Stretton, maltster, now of Woolston, farmer
4. John Robinson
5. Henry Oseland of Woodhouse, Richard's Castle, Herefs, farmer William Griffiths of the Stocking, Stanton Lacey, farmer, & Charlotte, wife
6. Elizabeth Oseland of Woodhouse, widow
7. Sarah Lea of the Shrubbery near Kidderminster, spinster
8. Adam Yates Bird of Kidderminster
Recital lease and release of 1 & 2 June 1798 between Richard Oseland eldest son and heir of Thomas Oseland decd. who was the only son of Diana Oseland once of Little Hereford, by Richard Oseland her husband - Diana was one of the daughters of Thomas Higgins once of the Woodhouse (1) Spencer Newcombe Meredith of Grays Inn, gent (2) James Fleming Baxter of Ludlow, gent (3) Benjamin Mason of Richard's Castle (4) and a recovery of Trinity 38 George III settling property. Lease and release of 2 & 3 November 1813 between Richard Oseland (1) Richard Mason (2) Edward Amiss of Woolston (3) George Anderson of Ludlow (4) - house &c conveyed to the use of Edward Amiss with proviso for redemption on payment of £1500. 3 November 1816 Richard Oseland (1) Edw. Amiss (2) further charge of £100. 1 December 1819 Edward Amiss (1) Elizabeth Amiss daughter of Edward (2) agreement that £1000 part of the £1500 was the money of Elizabeth.
Will of Edward Amiss of 22 December 1819 - wife Elizabeth and Edward Urwick and John Tomlinson executors. He died leaving Edward Amiss his only son and heir at law. The will was proved on 9 May 1820.
Indenture of 30 September 1823 between John Robinson (1) Elizabeth Amiss daughter of the testator (2) Edward Amiss and John Robinson. She assigned to Edward Amiss and Edward Bright and Thomas Robinson £1000 on trusts.
Will of Edward Amiss the son of 8 April 1824 - John Robinson and Edward Bright executors and devisees. He died on 9 April 1824 and the will was proved on 16 July 1824.
Lease and release (further mortgage) 24 & 25 May 1825 between Richard Oseland (1) John Robinson (2) for £400 from Robinson, the premises were conveyed to him subject to the mortgage and a proviso for redemption on payment of £400.
Will of Richard Oseland of 1820 - property charged with an annuity to his wife of £20 for life while she is a widow, but if she remarries £5 p.a. His real estate to his son Henry Oseland and daughter Charlotte Griffiths He died on 19 August 1828. The sums of £1500 and £100 are still owing. £1000 is now payable to Bright and Thomas Robinson as surviving trustees of the indenture of 30 September 1823, and £500, the residue of £1500 with £100 is payable to Edward Urwick and John Tomlinson as executors of Edward Amiss. The £400 is still due. Oseland and the Griffithes wish to pay off the £1500, £100 and £400 and have applied to Sarah Lea to lend £2000, and needing £200 have asked Bird to lend it, on security on the property to be released with power of sale. Elizabeth Oseland releases the same from the £20 annuity.
So conveyance of the Farm in Richard's Castle, Herefs - The Woodhouse Farm, including lands, named, with measurements, in all 73a 3r 22p (late John Stepple, then Richard Oseland, now Henry Oseland. Interest: 4¼%.

[no title]  2030/2/427-8  24 & 25 March 1830

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Sarah Bill of Brimfield, Herefs, widow
2. Reuben Price of Aston, Kingsland, farmer and Mary his wife Sarah and Mary are the only children and coheirs of Peter Brees
3. Ann Brees, widow of Peter
4. Ann Ridgley of Bromfield, widow
5. George Anderson of Ludlow, gent.
Consideration: £105
House &c in Richard's Castle, Herefs (William Hurd) and assignment of a term of 1000 years and covenant to levy a fine.

[no title]  2030/2/429  19 December 1844

Contents:
Conditions of sale by auction of a house, farm and lands in Richard's Castle, Herefs - the Woodhouse Farm (75a 23p) (Mr Henry Oseland).

[no title]  2030/2/430  Copied 1 July 1941 for her pension

Contents:
Certified copy of birth certificate of Hannah daughter of William and Jane Preece of Hill Top, Richard's Castle, small farmer, 26 March 1879.

[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
Rushbury

[no title]  2030/2/431-2  1832

Contents:
2 drafts
Mary Hudson late of Patton, now of Much Wenlock, widow and executor of Francis Hudson, farmer, decd (1) Richard Wainwright (2) Richard Wainwright, father of 2. (3) George Anderson of Ludlow (4)
By mortgage of 29 July 1802 between Richard Wainwright the father (1) William Wainwright and Susan his wife, then late Susan Wainwright, spinster, Samuel Wainwright and Mary his wife - late Mary Wainwright spinster (2) Richard Wainwright and Francis Hudson (3)
Manor of Over Stanway and a messuage in Rushbury and other Rushbury property.

[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
Shipton

[no title]  2030/2/433  29 January 1839

Contents:
Draft conditions of sale of timber on the New House Estate in Shipton of the trustees of William Downes, Esq., deceased.

[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
Shrewsbury

[no title]  2030/2/434-5  30 & 31 July 1719

Contents:
Lease and release - settlement
1. Thomas Dennall of Shrewsbury, innholder and Sarah his wife
2. Jonathan Dennall of Shrewsbury, iron monger, son of Thos & Sarah, and Mary his wife
3. John Phillips of Tickletton, gent. Richard Botwile of Shrewsbury saddler.
Consideration: £250
House late of Richard Stephens in Shrewsbury in Wild Copp, sometime since divided into several dwellings with a garden and backside adjoining (late Richard Stephens, Adam Hood, Cotton Needham and Thomas Millington) adjoining 1 side to a house (late Rd Poole, apothecary, decd,) and on the other to a house of Rees Pugh called the George Inn (widow Smith) all lately bought from Richard Stephens by Thomas Dennall and by him pulled down and erected 2 new houses, shops &c, one now in the possession of Jonathan Dennall and the other of James Garbett, apothecary.
To hold to Philipps and Botvelle to the use of Jonathan Dennall for life, then to his wife Mary for life, then to their first son and his heirs male remainder to the 2nd son and his heirs male, remainder to the 3rd son and his heirs male etc. to the 10th son, then to the daughter or daughters of Jonathan and Mary and her or their heirs.

[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
Silvington

[no title]  2030/2/436  1 March 1821

Contents:
Lease
1. Lucy Fowler late of Court of Hill, now of Upper Norton St., London, widow
2. Theophilus Richard Salwey of the Lodge, Salop, Esq.
2. George Beddoes of Harnage, Cound, farmer James Eastob of Benthall, farmer Edward Fletcher of Wheathill, farmer
House and farm and lands in Silvington called Hall Farm (252a 33p) (Richard Devy Adams). To hold for one year and from year to year.
Rent: £207 p.a.

[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
Stanton Lacy

[no title]  2030/2/437  5 April 1809

Contents:
Lease
1. Ludlow Corporation
2. Thomas Penny of Ludlow, malster
Consideration: £68
A piece of meadow in Stanton Lacy (2a 1r 25p), with lands of Edward Lewis N. & E., Corporation land S. & W; (now or late John Coleman). For 21 yrs at £8 10s p.a.

[no title]  2030/2/438  26 December 1809

Contents:
Assignment of lease of 5 April 1809 (2/437) by William Penny, administrator of Thomas Penny, to Thomas Passey of Whitbach, farmer, for £54.

[no title]  2030/2/439  31 May 1813

Contents:
Assignment of lease of 5 April 1809 (2/437) by Thomas Passey to Samuel Dayus, for £55 18s.

[no title]  2030/2/440  14 June 1813

Contents:
Petition of Thomas Passey to the Corporation for licence to assign lease to Samuel Dayus of Ludlow, butcher.

[no title]  2030/2/441  28 October 1813

Contents:
Licence to assign a lease, granted to Thomas Passey by the Corporation.

[no title]  2030/2/442-3  4 & 5 August 1817

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Richard Edwards late of Upper Hayton, Stanton Lacy, now of Wellington, Herefs, farmer
Martha his wife
2. Job Dodson of Upper Hayton, shoemaker
Bond of 31 October 1805 between Richard Edwards and John Dodson when R.E. bound to pay Dodson £500, which is still due with £25 interest. So he mortgages 3 houses and lands (19a 1r 23p) - Balcony (8a 1r 13p), the Slang (pasture) (3r 34p), cottage and garden - Reeces House (39p), cottage and garden - Simcox's house (1r 13p), cottage and garden - Halls house (1r 8p); pasture - Rough Ground (3a 2r 20p); garden - Reeces garden (21p); pasture - Little Hopes (2r); arable - Church Furlong (4a 3r 29p), in Upper Hayton, Stanton Lacy (late Richard Edwards, Richard Reece, Thomas Simcox, Thomas Hall, now Richard Edwards).

[no title]  2030/2/444  1827

Contents:
Abstract of lease and release of 11 & 12 December 1825 being a mortgage from John Hickman to Philip Ballard Esq. and others to secure £4500.

[no title]  2030/2/445  1758-1823

Contents:
Schedule of deeds etc. re title to the estate at Upper Hayton of John Hickman

[no title]  2030/2/446-7  28 & 29 September 1827

Contents:
Lease and release
1. John Hickman of Lady Halton, Bromfield, gent.
2. William Menlove Dawes late of the New House, Sibdon Carwood, now of Crowsmoor, Hopesay, gent.
Recital of mortgages. There is now £2,320 owing to Dawes, secured on a house, barns, etc. in Upper Hayton, Stanton Lacy (once John Gravenor, since of Benjamin Hill, late of Thomas Whitton, now John Hickman). A house in Upper Hayton (once Rowland Watkins, then Richard Ward, then Benjamin Hill, then John Gravenor Hill, now John Hickman) (133a), except 9 pieces (21a 3r 20p) to be allotted to the Earl of Craven in exchange.

[no title]  2030/2/448  1829

Contents:
Copy draft conveyance to uses of 2 pieces of land in Stanton Lacy
1. Sir Henry Wakeman of Perdeswell Hall, Worcs, bart.
2. William Menlove Dawes of Crowsmoor, Hopesay
3. John Hickman of Letwyche, Bitterley, gent Joseph Bury Fuller of Tenbury, gent Joseph Shuker of Shrewsbury, grocer
4. Benjamin Hickman of Ludlow, mercer
5. James Wakeman of Worcester, Esq.
6. William Pearce of Siefton, Culmington, yeoman
7. Jacob Huxley of Ludlow, gent.
7. William Lloyd of Ludlow
Indenture of 25 March 1791 between Benjamin Hill (1) John Fewtrill, Hereford, maltster (2) Consideration: £750
Grant to John Fewtrill of pieces of land (inter alia pieces below) for 1000 years.
Lease and release of 13 & 14 April 1818 between John Grosvenor Hill and Mary his wife (1) Sarah wife of John Hickman, then of Lady Halton, Bromfield, since deceased (2), John Hickman (3) Henry Lloyd of Ludow, gent (4) William Cam of Hereford, Esq (5) John Lloyd of Ludlow, gent (6) and fine levied. Lands conveyed and limited to such persons &c as John Hickman should appoint, and in default to his use for life, then to Henry Lloyd to prevent dower, with remainder for life of John Hickman, to J. Hickman, party, forever. The property was assured by Cam to John Lloyd for the residue of 1000 years on trust for John Hickman.
Lease and release of 17 & 18 August 1827 between John Hickman, decd (1) Thomas Pickernell of the Chapelry of Little Witley, Holt, Worcs. gent and Thomas Pickernell jnr. of Shrawley, Worcs, gent (2) Sir Henry Wakeman (then Henry Wakeman, Esq.) (3) John Pickernell of Little Witley, gent (4) James Wakeman (5) The said pieces were conveyed to Sir Henry Wakeman, forever, subject to a proviso for redemption on payment by John Hickman to Sir Henry Wakeman of £5500 and interest, with power of sale. Term assigned by John Pickernell to James Wakeman.
Lease and release of 28 & 29 September 1827 between John Hickman (1) William Menlove Dawes (2) the said lands were conveyed to Dawes to secure £2000 and interest secured by bond of Hickman of 25 March 1818, subject to debt of £5500. Proviso for redemption on payment of £2320. Lease and release of 5 & 6 March 1828 between John Hickman, decd (1) John Hickman jnr., J.B. Fuller and J. Shuker (2) John Hickman granted to John Hickman jnr, Fuller and Shuker 2 parcels of land on trust that they should sell the same. The sums were still owing.
The lands were put up for auction at the Angel Inn, Ludlow on 15 June last. Pearce was the highest bidder for £520. Timber valued at -. John Hickman died in August last intestate, leaving Benjamin Hickman his eldest son and heir. The purchase money is to go to Sir Henry Wakeman in part discharge of £5500.
So conveyance of 2 pieces of meadow or pasture - Corve Leasow (3a 1r 36p) and Corve Meadow (3a 1r 30p) adjoining together, bounded on the W. by the Ri [...] Corve, E. by lands of Timothy Bluck and the Earl of Craven, N. by lands of Earl Craven and S. by lands of Timothy Bluck, in or near Upper Hayton, Stanton Lacy (W. Pearce) once part of a farm and lands in Upper Hayton (formerly John Gravenor, then Benjamin Hill, then Thomas Whitton, late of John Hickman, decd.).
For Abstracts of title of 1836 of the trustees for sale and mortgagees of the late John Hickman decd. to a freehold estate at Upper Hayton, 1758-1830 see Curtler & Hallmark (Wakeman) 938/350-351.

[no title]  2030/2/449  9 July 1828

Contents:
Mortgage
1. Samuel Cooke of the Rock Lane, Stanton Lacy, mason William Surman of Ludlow, gent
2. Francis Price of Ludlow, shoemaker, Treasurer to the Amicable Society held at the Barley Mow Inn, Ludlow.
Recital lease and release of 4 & 5 July last, between Thomas Harris (1) of the Rocks Lane, yeoman, and Elizabeth Jay of Ludlow, spinster and John Williams of the same, gent (2) Samuel Cooke (3) William Surman (4) House below demised to Cooke and Surman in trust as to an estate for life of William Surman for the benefit of Cooke and heirs for £30 from the Society lent to Cooke. Mortgage of a house in the Rock Lane, Stanton Lady (once Jane Evans, now Thomas Harris) for 500 years.

[no title]  2030/2/550  5 January 1831

Contents:
Copy draft transfer of mortgage in fee of property in Stanton Lacy George Anderson of Ludlow, gent, to William Mason of Leintwardine, Esq. Meadow - St. Mary's Meadow (5a 2r 32p) in Stanton Lacy, forming part of a field called Little Field near Ludlow, opposite Corve St. Brick Kiln, having the turnpike road - St. Mary's Lane from Corve Bridge to the Sandpits Turnpike S., lands of the Corporation of Ludlow and of John Reynolds on E., lane leading to lands of the Corporation W. and lands of the Corporation N.

[no title]  2030/2/451  24 June 1854

Contents:
Mortgage
2 pieces of land at Sandpits, Ludlow
Rodney Anderson to Thomas Weyman
Re-conveyed 30 December 1858.

[no title]  2030/2/452  29 September 1847

Contents:
Lease
1. George Brydges
Rodney Anderson of Ludlow, gent
2. Robert Spence of Camberwell, Surrey, Esq.
Capital messuage called Stanton Lacey House and plantations, shrubberies and pleasure gardens belonging (3a 3r 2p); a piece of garden ground with the gardenhouse, tool house, hothouses, greenhouse belonging to the mansion; house (1a 1r 24p); 2 closes of meadow (19a 1r 14p) in the front of the mansion house; a piece of meadow (4a 2r) on the N. & N.E. end of the mansion adjoining thereto, with plantations (2a 12p); coachhouses, stables, cowhouses, granaries &c belonging, in Stanton Lacy.
Map in margin.

[no title]  2030/2/453  2 April 1855

Contents:
Lease
1. The Rev. John Phillips of Ludlow, clerk
2. The Rt.Hon. Alicia Lady Trimlestown of Stanton Lacy House, widow
Capital messuage or mansion house - Stanton Lacy House, with plantations and gardens and 2 closes (19a 1r 14p) in front of the house, meadow (4a 2r) on N. & N.E. of house, coachhouses & stables, in Stanton Lacy (late Robert Spence, Esq., now Lady Trimlestown).
For 7 years at £200 p.a.

[no title]  2030/2/454  ?May 1855

Very fragile.

Contents:
Conveyance
The Rev. John Phillips, Rector of St. Lawrence, Ludlow for £131 from the Shrewsbury and Hereford Railway Co. conveys a parcel of land in the parish of Stanton Lacey and St. Lawrence, Ludlow, shown on a map in the margin.

[no title]  2030/2/455  1 January 1859

Contents:
Conveyance
1. Rodney Anderson of Ludlow, gent
2. Charles Brown of the same, grocer
3. John Badger of the same, maltster
Recital conveyance of 23 June 1854 between the Corporation of Ludlow (1) Chichester Samuel Fortescue, Esq. and Alfred Hervey, Esq. (Lord Alfred Hervey) 2 of the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury (2) Rodney Anderson (3) George Anderson, gent (4) of 2 pieces of land (9a 23p) used as a nursery gardens and gardens in Stanton Lacy, conveyed to uses and trusts that R. Anderson declared. For sale Rodney Anderson allotted the said pieces into 41 allotments shown in map.
Now for £37 12 11d he sells to Charles Brown the allotment in the schedule with the right of way over part of 2 pieces numbered as a roadway.
Schedule: Piece No. 32 (32p) frontage of 86 ft 6ins.

[no title]  2030/2/456  1 January 1859

Contents:
Conveyance
1. Rodney Anderson of Ludlow, gent
2. James Findlay
3. James Badger
Consideration: £37 7s 1d. Conveyance of allotment 13 (33p) (see 2030/2/455)

[no title]  2030/2/457  1 January 1859

Contents:
Conveyance
1. Rodney Anderson of Ludlow, gent.
2. William Coates of the same, innkeeper
3. John Badger of the same, maltster
Recital conveyance of 23 June 1894 see 2030/2/455
Now for £81 18s 10d Rodney Anderson grants to William Coates the property in the schedule and right of way over what is marked as a roadway, from the turnpike road adjoining on W. to a public highway from Sandpits to the Rock Lane, and to enjoy use with other owners of the pump or well.
Schedule: allotment No.6 (31p) Allotment 31 (33p).

[no title or date]  2030/2/458-9

Contents:
"Henry Foster Property New Road"

[no title]  2030/2/458  30 September 1878

Contents:
Conveyance
1. The Guardians of the Poor of Ludlow Union
2. Thomas Lewis of the Birmingham Arms Inn, Ludlow, innkeeper, by order
By order of the Local Government Board the Guardians have caused the said premises to be put up for sale by auction at Ludlow on 14 June 1878 in 7 lots. Lewis is the purchaser of Lot 2 for £130.
Plan of the 7 lots in the margin - new road of 21ft from the present public road to Lots 2 to 7 stake on the West or S.W. of Lots 2-6.
Consideration of £150 paid by Lewis to John Rocke, Esq., Treasurer of the Guardians.
A piece of land in Stanton Lacy bounded by Lot 1 on E., land of Henry Foster W., road from Corve Bridge to the Sandpits N. and Lot 3 S., which including the piece of land, part of the new road at W. or S.W. side, amounts to 1,472 sq yds.
Schedule of deeds 1847, 1877.

[no title]  2030/2/459  20 November 1878

Contents:
Conveyance
1. Thomas Lewis
2. Henry Foster
Consideration: £130
Piece of land in Stanton Lacy, E. land of Ludlow workhouse, W. land of Henry Foster, N. road from Corve Bridge to The Sandpits, S. land of James Hine, including part of the new road 1,472 square yards.

[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
Stanton Long

[no title]  2030/2/460  1 June 1821

Contents:
Assignment of £400 by way of settlement
1. John Mountford of the Broome, Stanton Long, farmer, Maria his wife, late Maria Edwards, spinster
2. Francis Edwards of Broadstone, Munslow, miller. George Anderson of Ludlow, gent.
John Mountford wants to make provision for his wife and issue, so paid to Edwards and Anerson £400 on trusts as to invest the same in public stock and pay the interest to Maria for her life, then to their children, to a son at 21 or daughter at marriage or 21; in default to John Mountford and his executors and assigns. Out of the interest they are to maintain the children until they are 21 and then divide the principal.
Enclosed

[no title]  2030/2/461  1782-1824

Contents:
Schedule of title deeds of a house called Brome in Stanton Long, of Francis Mountford, Edward Edwards and his wife, John Smith and his wife and Maria Mountford, 1860.

[no title]  2030/2/462-8  1860-63

Contents:
Papers including baptismal certificates of the children, bills, accounts and vouchers.

[no title or date]  2030/2/469-471

Contents:
2 depositors books of the Provident Institution for Savings for the Town of Ludlow, 1 for Frances Mountford (/469) and the other for Harriet Mountford (/471).

[no title]  2030/2/472  1863

Contents:
Account Mr Anderson and Harriet Mountford.

[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
Stoke St. Milborough

[no title]  2030/2/473  10 April 1833

Contents:
Draft agreement to let Mrs Elizabeth Knight of Millwich, Staffs and Sampson Rhead of Wood Farm, Stoke St. Milborough (1) to Richard Tomlinson of the Wood Farm, farmer (2).
The Wood Farm, Stoke St. Milborough.

[no title]  2030/2/474  25 March 1835

Contents:
Draft assignment of lease
1. Sampson Rhead of Hazle Cross Colliery, Uttoxeter Wharf, Uttoxeter Staffs, yeoman
2. Benjamin Tyson of 1, Pont St., Cheshunt Place, Belgrave Square, butcher, and Ruth his wife, and Richard Tomlins of Wood Farm, Stoke St. Milborough, farmer and Elizabeth his wife
3. William Fowler of Ludlow, yeoman.
Messuage called the Wood Farm and lands, named, in Stoke St. Milborough.

[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
Stokesay

[no title]  2030/2/475  31 October 1785

Contents:
Agreement
1. William Weaver of Bucknell, tailor, late husband of Lucretia Smallman widow, formerly Lucretia Hibbins, spinster, devisee and legatee in the will of Lucius Henry Hibbins of Fobbing, Essex, Dr. of Laws, her uncle, deceased, administrator of the goods of Lucretia Weaver
2. Robert Smallman of Sibdon Castle, gent, only son and heir of Lucretia Weaver by John Lamb Smallman her former husband, deceased.
Lucius Henry Hibbins by his will of 9 June 1759 left to his wife Elizabeth Hibbins, decd. and friends Thomas Lloyd and Robert Pardoe, Esq. houses etc. - Weo Farm and Rowton Farm in Stokesay, Hopesay and Clungunford, and Rowton's Coppices and Woodedge and tithes of Stoke, Newton, Aldon, Weo, Rowton and Stokeing in Stokesay and the advowson of Stokesay, and all property held by the testator under a lease from Lord Craver on trust to sell, the interest on the money to Elizabeth for life, then the legacies and rest divided - 2/3 to son Frederick George if he lived, if dead, to his children, if none, to his niece Lucretia, daughter of the testator's brother Thomas Hibbins, and to dispose of 1/3 as mentioned there. It is uncertain whether Frederick George was living or dead without issue at the death of the testator, so the executors did not proceed in the trust. Elizabeth died a few years ago. Her will of 1775 left 2/3 to Lucretia Hibbins. It is still unknown whether Fred.Geo. died in the lifetime of Lucius Henry, so the trustees have not sold the property. William Weaver as representative of his late wife is entitled to 2/3 of the value from the real estate directed to be sold. He is advised his interest is now vested in him, by which Robert Smallman only son of William Weaver's wife by her former husband would be totally unprovided for. So William Weaver in consideration of having secured to him by Smallman's bond an annuity of £5 p.a. to be paid to him for life, and in consideration of a further annuity of £50 by Robert Smallman to Weaver for life, Wm Weaver at the cost of Robert Smallman is to take out letters of administration to his wife Lucretia if necessary, and let Smallwood make use of his name in any action to enable him to sue for recovery from Smallwood of the estate of Lucius Henry Hibbins decd. William Weaver will make conveyance if Smallwood recovers the estate.

[no title]  2030/2/476-7  18 & 19 December 1786

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Sir Richard Brooke of Norton, Ches., bart, heir at law of Pusey Brooke late of Portsmouth, Hants, Esq., decd.
2. Richard Wilbraham Bootle of Latham House, Lancs, Esq., son and sole executor of Randle Wilbraham late of Lincoln's Inn, Esq., decd.
3. John Onions of Rowton, gent.
Lease and release of 14 & 15 July 1752 between Edward Jemmitt of St. Martin in the Fields, distiller, nephew of Edward Jemmitt late of the same distiller, decd (1) Ezekiel Jemmitt late of St. Andrews by the Wardrobe, London, sugar refiner, then of Little Chelsea, brother and sole executor of Edward Jemmitt, decd. The Rev. Lucius Henry Hibbins thentofore of Esher, Surrey, then of Fobbing, Essex (3) Pusey Brooke of Portsmouth, Hants, Esq. (4)
Lease and release of 15 & 16 July 1737 between L.H. Hibbins (1) Edward Jemmitt (2) Hibbins for £600 mortgaged the Manor of Rowton and houses and lands and the advowson. Jemmitt died on 26 December 1746 leaving Edward Jemmitt son of his eldest brother John Jemmitt. Will of 24 Dec. left the residue to his brother Ezekiel.
Lease and release of 14 & 15 January 1747/8 between Edward Jemmitt (1) Ezekiel Jemmitt (2) L.H. Hibbins (3) Pusey Brooke (4) mortgage estate vested in Ezekiel Jemmitt or else in Edward Jemmitt.
Assignment to Pusey Brooke for £600 to Ezekiel and £400 lent to Hibbins. So the Jemmitts assigned to Brooke the capital messuage called Weo (John Onions) The Manor of Rowton, house called Rowton Salters (once Wm Botfield, then late Elizabeth Botfield, widow); meadow in Clungunford called Rowton Meadow, and all tithes of Stokesay, Newton, Weo and Aldon, and the advowson of Stokesay.
Declaration of 26 March 1755 - Randle Wilbraham Esq. at the request of Pusey Brooke paid Brooke £1000 of which Brooke is to be seised in trust for Wilbraham. Pusey Brooke is now dead and Sir Richard Brooke is his heir. Randle is also dead - will of 1770 made Richard W. Bootle sole executor, proved in the P.C.C. He is entitled to the £1000. Hibbins is dead and his son and heir is now out of the kingdom and not to be heard of. Assignment now to John Onions for £1000 to Bootle.

[no title]  2030/2/478-9  24 & 25 March 1797

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Robert Smallman of Minton, Church Stretton, gent, heir at law and personal representative of Lucretia Weaver his late mother, decd., heir, inter alia, of Fred. Geo. Hibbins eldest son and heir and devisee in the will of Henry Lucius Hibbins decd., and of Henrietta Lucretia Hibbins afterwards H.L. Middleton, his sister, another devisee in the will
2. John Onions of Rowton, gent, one of the children of John Onions late of the same, gent, decd, devisee in the will of L.H. Hibbins, decd. Robert Smallman to establish his claim filed a bill in Chancery against John Onions, party etc. asking for an inquiry as to whether Fred. Geo. Hibbins was living or dead, and if he had any issue. Before the cause was heard Onions agreed with Smallman for the absolute purchase of all his interest in the property and of the Manor of Rowton &c.
Consideration: £5000
Manor of Rowton Salter and all shares of Robert Smallman in the freehold property there left by L.H. Hibbins's will; the capital messuage called Weo or View (John Onions); in Rowton Meadow; in the tithes of Stokesay, Newton, Weo, Aldon, Brome, Rowton and Stokeing in Stokesay, the advowson of Stokesay, to the use of John Onions and his heirs forever, subject to the mortgage.
Also for £5000 Smallman assigns the house, farm and lands in Newton (Thos Owen), the house and brewhouse and stable, yard, garden being an inn called The Ram in Newton (Samuel Dyke); a cottage adjoining the inn (Thos Jones, wheelwright); a house, blacksmith's shop, garden (John Morris) all in Stoke and Newton, Stokesay, leasehold by lease of 24 December 1768 let to Elizabeth Hibbins, decd, for 99 years, if she so long live, or John Onions, party, of Wm Coston - to John Onions for the rest of the term. Also transfer to John Onions of 2/3 of residue of money arising from the sale of the estates.

[no title]  2030/2/480  n.d

Contents:
Assignment
1. Edward Smith of Hopton Castle, gent, administrator of Deborah his late wife, deceased
Timothy Bird of Stanton Lacy, gent, and Margaret his wife, which Deborah & Margaret were 2 of the children of John Onions snr. formerly of Weo in Stokesay, gent, decd, and legatees in the will of Lucius Henry Hibbins once of Fobbing, Essex, Dr. of Laws, decd.
2. John Onions of Rowton, Stokesay, gent, other child of John Onions snr. and legatee of L.H. Hibbins.
Recital will of Lucius Henry Hibbins, 9 June 1759
To wife Elizabeth Hibbins and Thomas Lloyd and Robert Pardoe the houses and farms - Weo Farm and Rowton Farm, Stokesay, Hopesay and Clungunford, Rowton Coppice and Weo's Edge, the great tithes of Stoke, Newton, Aldon, Weo, Rowton and Stokeing, in Stokesay, and houses etc. held under Lord Craven, on trust to sell the same.
For £500 John Onions jnr. buys the 2 fourth shares of his 2 brothers in law in 1/3 share of the money arising from the sale of the property.

[no title]  2030/2/481-2  26 & 27 March 1797

Contents:
Lease and release - mortgage
1. John Onions of Rowton, Stokesay, gent, and Edith his wife
2. Robert Smallman of Minton, Church Stretton, gent.
3. James Kinnersley of Ludlow, gent.
Conions is indebted to Smallman in £2000 by bond of even date for repayment, and interest at 5%.
Manor of Rowton Pyards or Salters, and the farm and lands called Rowton (John Onions), Rowton Meadow, the capital messuage and farm and lands called Weo Farm (John Onions), the tithes of Stoke, Newton, Weo, Aldon, Broome, Rowton and Stoking, and the advowson of Stokesay.

[no title]  2030/2/483-4  23 & 24 June 1803

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Robert Smallman of Culmington, gent.
2. Thomas Matthews of Shelderton, gent, surviving trustee
3. John Onions of Weo, Stokesay, gent, eldest son and heir of John Onions once of Rowton, Stokesay, gent, decd.
4. Richard Onions of Rowton, gent.
Recital lease and release of 26 & 27 March 1797 between John Onions the father and Edith his wife (1) Robert Smallman (2) James Kinnersley, Esq, deceased (3) and by a fine, John Onions and Edith to secure £2000 and interest at 5% borrowed by John Onions the father on a bond to Smallman conveyed to Smallman the Manor of Rowton alias Ruton Pyards alias Rowton Salters, and the farm etc. called Ruton alias Ruton Pyards alias Rowton Salters, Rowton Meadow, the capital messuage or farm - Weo Farm; and the tithes of Stoke, Weo, Newton, Aldon, Broom, Rowton and Stokesay.
Lease and release of 19 & 20 July 1799 between John Onions, party (1) Edith Onions, widow (2) John Cadwallader of Ludlow, glover and Deborah his wife, Ann Onions of Ludlow, spinster, Margaret Onions of Rowton, spinster, Edward Onions of Rowton, gent, Richard Onions, party, Mary Onions of Rowton, spinster, Edith Onions of Ludlow, spinster, Henry Onions of Rowton, gent, and Sarah Onions of Rowton, spinster (decd.) the children of John Onions snr. (3) James Kinnersley (decd.), Thomas Matthews, Edward Smith of Hopton Castle, Hopton, gent (decd.) (4)
The property subject to the mortgage was conveyed to 4. on trust for the younger children.
For £2000 to Smallman from Richard Onions, and £1,500 to Matthews, absolute sale to Richard Onions of the property - the Manor of Rowton, farm - Rowton Salters, Rowton Meadow, pieces of land part of Weo Farm.

[no title]  2030/2/487-8  31 December 1818 and 1 January 1819

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Richard Onions of Rowton, Stokesay, gent
2. John Price of Clungunford, gent.
Bond of Richard Onions of 30 December 1803 (/485) by which he is bound to Price to pay £400, to secure which he mortgages the Manor of Ruton alias Ruton Pyards alias Rowton Salters, and lands in Stokesay and tithes arising.
Enclosed

[no title]  2030/2/485  30 December 1803

Contents:
Bond - as recited in /488

[no title]  2030/2/486  30 December 1810

Contents:
Bond
Richard Onions is bound to John Pryce in £1600 to pay £800.

[no title]  2030/2/489-490  24 & 25 March 1825

Contents:
Lease and release - mortgage
1. Richard Onions
2. John Price
Richard Onions is indebted to Price in £2000, so secures it by the mortgage of his Manor of Ruton alias Ruton Pyards alias Rowton Salters, and a house and farm called Ruton etc. and lands and tithes in Stokesay, subject to a mortgage to the Rev. William Spooner of Elmndon, Warwicks, clerk to secure £4000.

[no title]  2030/2/491  14 August 1827

Very damaged.

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage
1. Richard Onions
2. The Rev. William Spooner of Elmdon, Warwicks.
Recital lease and release of 11 & 12 March 18., in which John Price of Clungunford was one of the parties.
Manor of Ruton alias Ruton Pyards alias Rowton and lands, named in Stokesay, and Weo Farm. £4000 and interest at 4%.

[no title]  2030/2/492-3  30 August 1805

Contents:
Lease of Stoke Castle Farm
1. William Adams of Ludlow
2. Richard Harper of Stoke Castle, gent.
Stoke Castle or Stokesay Castle, Stokesay and house in Stokesay (Richard Harper); Park in Stokesay and Newton and all lands belonging (late Wm Tunstal, since John Barnes, now Richard Harper) (581a 1r 2p) except to Wilson Aylesbury Roberts the woodland called the Coppice in Stokesay between the park and Onibury and timber, minerals and game. To hold to Richard Harper for 29 years if Catherine Baldwyn, daughter of Charles Baldwyn late of Aqualate, Staffs, Esq. so long lives, paying £718 17s 6d p.a. Covenant to keep for W.A. Roberts the original lessor and for William Adams a hound, spaniel or other dog.
Enclosed

[no title]  2030/2/493  1809-1811

Contents:
Rent account of Richard Harper and William Adams

[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
Bundle labelled "Mr Herbert Hamond Property at Brand Hill"

[no title]  2030/2/494  16 December 1796

Contents:
Deed to declare the uses of a fine
1. Philip Mullard of Stokesbridge, Stokesay, weaver, and Elizabeth his wife
2. William Egerton Jeffreys of Ludlow, gent.
The Mullards last Michaelmas term levied a fine to Jeffreys of a house of the Mullards in Stokesay, and a messuage of theirs in Stokesay and Clungunford.
Jeffreys is to stand possessed of the property to the use of the Mullards.

[no title]  2030/2/495  Morrow of All Souls 37 George III (November 1796)

Contents:
Fine
William Egerton Jeffreys, gent, plt
Philip Mullard and Elizabeth his wife, defors
3 houses, 2 barns, 4 gardens, 1a land in Clungunford and Stokesay.

[no title]  2030/2/496-7  21 & 21 [...] March 1802

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Philip Mullard of Stokesbridge, Stokesay, weaver
William Egerton Jeffreys of Shrewsbury, gent, trustee of Mullard
2. Philip Mullard jnr. of Brand Hill, Stokesay, weaver
Consideration: £130
A house and garden of Philip Mullard snr. at Stokesbridge (Philip Mullard snr) and house and garden at Brand Hill in Stokesay and Clungunford (Philip Mullard jnr.).

[no title]  2030/2/498  7 May 1808

Contents:
Mortgage
1. Philip Mullard, jnr.
2. Thomas Smith of Clungunford, cooper
Consideration: £126 on a promissory note.
So mortgage of 3 houses etc. at the Brand Hill (said Philip Mullard, John Edmunds and Thomas Jacks) bought by Philip Mullard jnr. from his father. For 500 years.

[no title]  2030/2/499  17 October 1814

Contents:
Mortgage
1. Philip Mullard of Brand Hill, Stokesay, weaver
2. Richard Watkins of Stanton Lacy, blacksmith
Consideration: £250
A house and garden at Brand Hill, Stokesay and Clungunford (Philip Mullard). For 1000 years.
Enclosed

[no title]  2030/2/500  17 October 1814

Contents:
Mortgage bond
Philip Mullard to Richard Watkins.

[no title]  2030/2/501-2  15 & 16 December 1815

Contents:
Copy lease and release - assignment of term
1. Philip Mullard and Ann his wife
2. Thomas Smith
3. Richard Watkins
4. William Lloyd of Ludlow, gent.
Recital of mortgage of 7 May 1808
Recital mortgage of 17 October 1814
The last mortgage was made without notice to Richard Watkins of the mortgage to Thomas Smith. £261 due to Richard Watkins and £135 due to Thomas Smith. The mortgaged premises are not considered of the value of £396. Richard Watkins is to pay £135 to Smith in discharge, so the mortgage is assigned to Richard Watkins.

[no title]  2030/2/503  Martinmas 56 George III (1815)

Contents:
Fine
Richard Watkins plt
Philip Mullard and Ann his wife, defors.
4 houses, 4 barns, 3 stables, 6 gardens, 2 orchards, 2a land, common of pasture, in Stokesay and Clungunford.

[no title]  2030/2/504-5  30 August 1856

Contents:
Conveyance
1. Philip Bach of Onibury, farmer
William Blakeway of the Whitehouse, Stanton Lacy, farmer
2. Sarah Bawcombe of Stanton Lacy, widow
William Cruxon of Munslow, carpenter and Elizabeth his wife, once Elizabeth Watkins, spinster.
3. Sarah Bawcombe, widow
4. Sarah Bawcombe jnr. of Stanton Lacy, spinster
Richard Watkins late of Onibury by his will of 8 April 1841 left to Philip Bach and William Blakeway his household furniture, stock in trade and personal estate and houses and gardens in Ludlow and Clungunford and Stokesay, on trust to sell and invest and pay the interest to his wife, Mary Watkins for her life or widowhood, and the residue to his son William Watkins. £150, 1/3 of the rest to his daughter Sarah Bawcombe, widow, 1/3 to his daughter Elizabeth Cruxon, and to invest the other 1/3 and interest to his grand-daughter Sarah Bawcombe jnr. daughter of Sarah Bawcombe during her minority, to be paid to her when she is 21 or marries Richard Watkins died on 13 May 1842 and his will was proved on 4 July 1842 at Hereford. Sarah Bawcombe jnr. was 21 on 1 June 1855. Mary Watkins, widow, died on 4 July last. £150 to William Watkins has been paid. Sarah Bawcombe jnr. has contracted with Philip Bach and William Blakeway for the purchase of 2 houses and gardens for £160, i.e. 2 houses and gardens at Brand Hill, Stokesay and Clungunford (Edward Owen and Richard Edmunds) bought by Richard Watkins decd. from Philip Mullard of Brand Hill, weaver, and conveyed to Richard Watkins by lease and release of 15 & 16 December 1815 (/501-2).
Covenant by Sarah Bawcombe, widow, with Sarah Bawcombe jnr. to produce deeds in the schedule, that is the lease and release of 15 & 16 December 1815, and fine of 56 George III.

[no title]  2030/2/505  1 September 1856

Contents:
Certificate of acknowledgement of deeds by married women, of Elizabeth Cruzon.

[no title]  2030/2/506  24 December 1888

Contents:
Conveyance
1. William Goodwin Preece snr. of Shrewsbury, auctioneer
2. Edward Tyler Bowen of Halford near Craven Arms, farmer
By indenture of 21 October 1876 between Edward Clive Oldnall Long Phillips Wolley (1) Thomas Garmston Hyde (2) A piece of land below, was inter alia granted to Hyde free of entails. 24 October 1876 indenture enrolled.
Indenture of 31 July 1882 between E.C.O.L.P. Wolley (1) Preece snr (2) of the said piece with 3 other pieces (2,504 sq yds) and right of way granted to Preece with acknowledgment by Wolley of the right of Preece to produce an indenture of 21 October 1876.
Now for £170 sale of a piece of land (640 sq yds) at Craven Arms, Stokesay, shown in the plan on the 4th page. Right for Bowen to pass over the roads 8 yards wide shown on the plan - A,B,C, and D.
Plan - marking Corve Dale Road, showing the building line.
Piece sold marked Lot 3. Dale Street and Market Street.

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Contents:
Stottesdon

[no title or date]  2030/2/507

Contents:
Draft conditions of sale and printed notice of sale of a house and farm called Ribley and outbuildings and garden at Stottesdon, with pieces of land - 53a 1r 17p and 2 other pieces to be sold 15 March 1837 in 6 Lots.

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Contents:
Llanvairwaterdine

[no title]  2030/2/508  21 July 1829

Contents:
1. Massey Garne (John Richards alias) of the Garne
2. Edward - of Sibdon, gent
3. William Richards of the Garne son of John Richards
4. John Downes
Draft conveyance in fee of Pentre Cwm Hordy Farm in Clevilsey, Llonvairwaterdine, to uses to prevent dower.

[no title]  2030/2/509  21 July 1829

Contents:
Copy draft conveyance in fee of Pentre Cwm Hordy Farm, Clewilsey, Llanvairwaterdine, to uses to prevent dower.
Mr Richards and mortgagee to William Richards.

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Contents:
Leinwardine (Herefs.) (Salwey Property)

[no title]  2030/2/510  20 May 1822

Contents:
Lease
1. Theophilus Richard Salwey of the Lodge, Esq.
2. William Child of Middleton on the Hill, Herefs, farmer
House and farm and lands in-Wigmore Abbey Farm alias the Grange Farm in Leintwardine, Herefs (451a) (George Evans as tenant of T.R.Salwey @ £600 p.a.

[no title]  2030/2/511  22 Dec. 1823

Contents:
Enclosed Letter from T.R. Salwey re Mr Child's signing his lease.

[no title]  2030/2/512  31 March 1865

Contents:
Conveyance
1. John Salwey of Richard's Castle, Salop (The Moor Park), Esq.
2. John Farmer of 81 Westbourne Park Villas, Middx, carriage builder John Salwey has put up a house for sale by auction on 26 January last, which was bought by Farmer for £1,150.
Conveyance of the house or farmhouse and pieces of land in Adforton, Herefs. (13a 3r 3p) Lot 1, Tithe Map for Leintrwardine Nos 1626-7, 1629-1630, 1622, 1561, 1537, 1547, 1588, 1515 and 1516 shown on a plan in the margin (John Bridgwater as yearly tenant).
Attached

[no title]  2030/2/513  n.d

Very fragile - parts stuck to the deed.

Contents:
Declaration of John Salwey aged 66 years, lineal descendant of the his late grandfather John Salwey who died? in 1803, the son of the said - Salwey of Richard's Castle, Salop, Dr. of Civil Law, relating to a lease granted by the Rev. Thomas Salwey of 2 May 1753 to Edward Longmore of Adforton, gent, of certain hereditaments in Adforton and Leintwardine, including the said farmhouse lately sold at the Lion Hotel, Leintwardine.
Agreement of John Salwey and Farmer of 25 February last that in 1825 on the death of the late father Richard Salwey of Moor Park, John came into possession of the property at Adforton and Leintwardine including the said house and has been in uninterrupted possession of the same.

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Contents:
Marriage Settlements

[no title]  2030/3/1-2  29 December 1808

Contents:
Marriage settlement
1. John Sanders of Ludlow, yeoman
2. Elizabeth Evans of Ludlow, spinster
3. George Anderson of the same, gent.
A marriage is intended between John Sanders and Elizabeth Evans.
She has an estate in ready money of £200 which is transferred to Anderson on trust to pay the interest to John Sanders for their joint lives and then to the survivor, then to the persons she appoints.
Enclosed
Ludlow 29 December 1808
Promissory note by John Sanders to pay George Anderson £200 and interest.

[no title]  2030/3/3  24 May 1819

Contents:
Marriage settlement
1. William Cullis of Gosward Cottage, Primfield, Herefs, Esq.
2. Mary Baugh of Ludlow, spinster
3. Edward Wellings of Ludlow, gent
George Anderson of the same, gent.
A marriage is intended between William Cullis and Mary Baugh. All Mary Baugh's money is vested in Wellings and Anderson. William Cullis was previously married to Eliza Amphillis Harrison daughter of William Harrison of Martley, Worcs., Esq., deceased. Cullis assigns to Wellings and Anderson £2400 part of £3600 secured by James Hastings to William Harrison by bond.

[no title]  2030/3/4  26 May 1837

Contents:
Appointment of John Smith Leake and Edward Foster as trustees of the settlement made on the marriage of Mr and Mrs Leake in place of Stephen Williams and George Bright, deceased.
1. John Leake of Ludlow, gent, and Sarah his wife late Sarah Wheattall, spinster
2. Stephen Williams of Gwynering, Beguildy, Radnor, farmer
3. John Smith Leake of Ludlow, mercer
Edward Foster of the same, druggist
Recital of indenture of 3 - 1814 between Sarah Leake, then Wheattall, of Ashford Bowdler, spinster (1) - - (2) Elizabeth Wheattall of Ashford Bowdler, spinster, sister of Sarah (3) Stephen Williams and George Bright of Ashford Carbonel, farmer (since deceased) (4) being the settlement on the marriage of John Leake and Sarah Wheattall. The trustees placed £730 in a bank which became bankrupt, so a great loss in trust monies. George Bright died April 1836. Williams wishes to be discharged from the trusteeship, so new trustees, - John Smith Leake and Edward Foster were appointed. So conveyance to them of £450 new 3½% Annuities (late 4% Annuities).

[no title]  2030/3/5  6 July 1843

Contents:
Settlement on marriage of Frances Powell of Bishop's Castle and John Phillips.
1. John Phillips of Bishops Castle, ironmonger
2. Frances Powell of Bishop's Castle, spinster
3. William Edwards jnr. of Ludlow, gent
Recital of the will of Richard Edwards late of Little Brampton, Hopesay, gent., deceased, of 17 January 1840 to niece Frances Powell £200 - still due. She has £100 which she paid to William Edwards. Legacy to be vested in William Edwards. Money to be invested and the interest paid to Frances Powell during their lives, then to the survivor.

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Contents:
Trusts

[no title]  2030/3/6  26 April 1826

Contents:
Copy deed of separation
1. Joseph Arnett of the Blockhouse Fields, Worcester, leather dresser John Arnett of Worcester, leather dresser, father of Joseph
2. Samuel Habberley of Smethwick, Harbourne, Staffs, bricklayer Sarah wife of Joseph Arnett, formerly Sarah Fincher widow of Charles F. Separation of Joseph and Sarah. Joseph is to be paid £20 by Samuel Habberley; Sarah is pregnant, and to support the said child - she has 2 children by Fincher and is entitled to property in the Blockhouse Fields and to goods by the will of Charles Fincher. Joseph is not to interfere with the children or property.

[no title]  2030/3/7-12  7 November 1848

Contents:
Legacy receipts for money received by Ellen Grogan, Harriet Young, Sarah Arnett, Susan Beach, Margaret Habberley and Mary Jones left by Thomas Wilkes. £33 13s 10d each.

[no title]  2030/3/13  7 November 1848

Contents:
Bond
William Habberley of Cleobury Mortimer, builder, and Margaret Habberley of the same, spinster, are bound to Edward Pearce late of Hayton, Stanton Lacy, now of Elsich, Diddlebury, farmer, and Thomas Amies of Ludlow, innkeeper, in £300
Recital of the will of Thomas Wilkes late of the Fearn, Burford, gent, decd dated 18 February 1828, devising all his houses and lands at Cleobury Mortimer (then Wm Habberley, since decd.) to Pearce and Amies on trust to pay the rents etc. to Mary wife of and afterwards widow of William Habberley, since decd. for her life, and after her death to sell the house &c and the money arising to be in trust for the said Margaret Habberley and Sarah, Mary, Susan, Harriett and Ellen Habberley children of Mary and William Habberley and the children of any of their children being dead. Pearce and Amies executors. Wilkes died in April 1831, and his will was proved on 6 July 1831 at Hereford. Sarah Habberley married Joseph Arnett of Blockhouse Fields, St. Peter's Worcester, leather parer, and Marry Habberley (daughter) married James Jones of Cleobury Mortimer, mason; Harriett married William Young of Hay Green near Stourbridge, tailor Susan married Thomas Beach of Wolverhampton, stone mason, Ellen married Thomas Grogan late of Birmingham, scale beam maker. Mary wife of Wm died on 28 September 1847.
Indenture of even date between Pearce and Amies (1) Sarah Arnett, James Jones and Mary, Wm and Harriett Young, Thomas and Susan Beach, Thomas & Ellen Grogan (2) Margaret Habberley (3) the four houses at Cleobury Mortimer in consideration of £200 to Pearce and Amies from Margaret, were conveyed to Margaret Habberley. Since the sale Thomas Grogan has left his wife and gone abroad, so she has appointed for the money for herself. So Pearce and Amies have paid to Ellen Grogan £32 13s 8d being her 1/6
The condition of the bond is to indemnify Pearce and Amies from repayment of the £32 13s 8d.

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Contents:
Assignments of Personal Estate

[no title]  2030/3/14  May 1833

Contents:
Draft assignment of personal estate
1. John Stubbs of Ludlow, maltster
2. John Egginton of Ludlow, ironmonger
Thomas Griffiths of Ludlow, stationer
£180 8s 11d due from John Stubbs for Excise Duty on malt, so assignment of his personal estate.

[no title]  2030/3/15  13 August 1833

Contents:
Draft assignment of personal estate
1. The Rev. Robert Fitzwilliam Hallifax of Batchcott, Clerk
2. William Beddoes of Sparchford, Esq.
The Rev. R.F.H. is in want of £350 which Beddoes is to lend on the security of Hallifax's personal estate.

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Contents:
Partnerships

[no title]  2030/3/16  21 May 1810

Contents:
Deed of copartnership
1. Philip Birt Adams of Ludlow, surgeon and apothecary
2. John Acton of the same, surgeon and apothecary.
Adams has built up an extensive business as surgeon, apothecary and man midwife in Ludlow. For £800 from Acton he takes Acton as a copartner.

[no title]  2030/3/17  1 June 1818

Contents:
Articles of partnership
1. Samuel Weaver of Ludlow, mercer
2. Benjamin Hickman of the same, mercer
Samuel Weaver and Benjamin Hickman had apartnership by deed of 1 January 1813, but Thomas Hickman was then a minor; now he is included in the partnership.

[no title]  2030/3/18-19  26 July 1828

Contents:
Deed of copartnership
1. Edward Jones of Ludlow, painter, plaisterer and builder
2. Samuel White of the same, painter.
They are to become Jones & White, painters.
Enclosed
London Gazette 22 February 1831 marked Messrs. Jones & White, Ludlow.

[no title]  2030/3/20  29 September 1832

Contents:
Deed of partnership
1. George Garrett
2. Henry Meymott
As surgeons and apothecaries in Ludlow.

[no title]  2030/3/21  10 November 1846

Contents:
Articles for regulating the copartnership between
1. William Edwards of Ludlow, mercer and draper
2. William Weaver of the same, mercer and draper
3. James George of the same, mercer and draper.

[no title]  2030/3/22  19 February 1847


Related information: See also 2030/3/85

Contents:
Assignment of a half share in a partnership
1. William Edwards snr. of Ludlow, mercer and draper
2. William Weaver and James George, mercers and drapers
3. William Edwards jnr., gent.
Assignment by 1. to 3. to secure £1250 and interest.

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Contents:
Bankrupts

[no title]  2030/3/23-80  19 November 1808

Contents:
Assignment
1. Richard Probert of Ludlow, innkeeper
2. Francis Maund of Ludlow, innkeeper
John Dean of the same, maltster
Probert is indebted to several persons, so he assigns to 2 all his household goods, pigs, horses, cattle, sheep &c furniture &c in his house in Ludlow, to sell to pay his debts.
Enclosed
Account of the sale of Richard Probert's goods sold on the premises - the Green Dragon Inn, Old Street, Ludlow, 28-29 November 1808. Details of goods, purchasers, prices.
List of creditors.
Bills.

[no title]  2030/3/81  7 October 1822

Contents:
Assignment
1. Henry Dance of Linclon's Inn Fields, assignee of the estate &c of insolvent debtors
2. Richard Hodson of Ludlow, ironmonger
By indenture of 27 September 1819 between Thomas Pugh late of Ludlow, blacksmith, insolvent debtor, now in Ludlow Gaol, all his real and personal estate (not over £20) was assigned to Dance. It is now conveyed to Hodson in trust for the benefit of creditors.

[no title]  2030/3/82  15 December 1823

Contents:
Assignment from Provisional Assignee
1. Henry Dance Provisional Assignee of the estate of insolvent debtors
2. Richard Wellings of Shelderton, Clungunford, farmer
Francis Jenks Bulton of Leominster, Herefs, stationer
By indenture of 10 December 1821 William Galliers jnr. of Yarpole, Herefs, land surveyor, an insolvent debtor in Hereford Gaol, assigned all his goods to Dance. Now Dance assigns them to Wellings and Burlton.

[no title]  2030/3/83  3 January 1832

Contents:
Assignment of the goods of a debtor
1. Edward Deaves of Ludlow, coachmaker
2. Thomas Griffiths of the same, auctioneer
3. Other creditors of Edward Deaves.
All the goods of Edward Deaves are assigned for sale to pay his debts.

[no title]  2030/3/84  19 March 1835

Contents:
Draft assignment of the personal estate of Edward Price in trust for the benefit of creditors
1. Edward Price of Ludlow, cabinet maker, joiner and upholsterer
2. Thomas Griffiths of the same place, auctioneer

[no title]  2030/3/85  27 December 1847


Related information: See also 2030/3/21-22

Contents:
Conveyance and assignment of real and personal estate on trusts for the benefit of creditors
1. William Edwards snr. of Ludlow, mercer and draper
2. William Edwards jnr. of the same, gent
Francis Bach of Rowton, Salop, gent.
3. The other creditors of Wm Edwards snr.
Houses and farms in Llanfair, Montgom., Clunbury, Richard's Castle, Shrewsbury and Ludlow, Salop, and Leintwardine, Herefs.
Schedule of debts.

[no title]  2030/3/86  1 January 1853

Contents:
Assignment for the benefit of creditors
1. Edward Evans of Ludlow, dealer in wines and spirits
2. Matthew Evans of Ludlow, innkeeper
James Evans of the same, draper
3. The creditors of Edward Evans
Assignment of Edward Evans's goods, chattels and stock.
List of creditors.

[no title]  2030/3/87  27 February 1875

Contents:
Assignment of the goods of a debtor
1. John Jones of Lower Gaolford, blacksmith
2. Heber Richards of Ludlow, ironmaster, creditor and trustee for the rest of the creditors of John Jones
All the household furniture, goods, chattels and effects of John Jones are assigned to Richards to sell to pay debts.
Signatures of creditors and amounts of debts.

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Contents:
Probate Papers

[no title]  2030/3/88-100  26 June 1821

Contents:
Release
1. Richard Barns Cooke of Ludlow, yeoman and Charlotte his wife, (which R.B. Cooke, Samuel Cooke and Charlotte wife of Richard Charman were the only children of John Cooke late of Ludlow, mason, by Sarah his wife, nee Barns, both decd.)
2. John Harding of Ludlow, maltster, executors of Richard Barns once of Ludlow, currier, decd.
Will of Richard Barns of 15 March 1787 - executors and trustees Harding and Thomas Meredith, decd.
Consideration: £66 1s R.B. Cooke quitclaims and releases to Harding all actions and debts etc.
Enclosed
Letters
21 June 1821 James South to Harding
23 June 1821 W. Nurse to Mr Harding
Account - Cookes and Charman to Adams & Anderson June 1821
Note of Richard Barns's will
2 accounts of executor
Note re dividend of £200
7 July 1821 Letter from J. South to Anderson
14 July 1821 Letter from J. South to Anderson
3 November 1821 Letter to G. Anderson, solicitor from Henry Lang, Fen-church St.
22 November 1821 Copy letter to Mr Lang from G. Anderson
January 1822 Letter from Ben. Pugh to Adams & Anderson.

[no title]  2030/3/101  25 August 1865

Contents:
Release
1. William Smith of Llandrindod, Radnor, Esq.
John Thomas Chambers of Clayton, Stoke on Trent, gent Anne his wife, formerly Anne Smith, spinster
2. Thomas Amies of Stanton Lacy, gent.
Whereas William Smith father of the said William Smith and AnneChambers formerly of Walford, Leintwardine, Esq., made his will of 18 November 1852 leavingall his real and personal estate to his son William and daughter Anne as tenants in common - to Amies in trust till they were 21.
Sole executor: Thomas Amies. William Smith died on 22 December 1852 and his will was proved at Hereford 15 June 1853. William Smith, party, was 21 on 21 May 1853, and Anne on 22 December 1864. In February last Anne married John Thomas Chambers. Amies converted the estate of Wm Smith to money and paid out for the maintenance of Wm and Anne. Now Wm and Anne release Amies from the executorship.

[no title]  2030/3/102  9 July 1889

Contents:
Disclaimer by Harvey Cecil Woodward of Northway House, Seaforth, Liverpool of trusts of the will of Margaret Woodward, wife of Thomas Best Woodward late of Hardwick Bank near Tewkesbury, Glos, decd. who died 5 June last. Will 16 July 1888 leaving all her estate to her brother Vincent Sheppard of 95 Bishopsgate St. Within London and husband's brother the said Harvey C. Woodward on trusts.

[no title]  2030/3/103  21 February 1890

Contents:
Disclaimer by John Shirley formerly of Longport, Staffs, potterymanager, now of 32 Ely Place, Saffron Hill, Hatton Gdns & Ely Rents Holborn, London, of trusts of the will of John Thomas Chambers formerly of Handford nr. Stoke on Trent, late of 2 Castle View Villas, E. Hamlet, Ludlow, gent, decd. who died on 1 December 1889 - will of 22 June 1868 left all his estate to his wife Anne Chambers and the said John Shirley on trusts.

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Contents:
Wills, Probates & Letters of Administration

[no title]  2030/4/1  27 December 1893

Contents:
Codicil 27 December 1893 Proved 14 February 1894 Amies, Caroline, of Castle View Terrace near Ludlow, spinster.

[no title]  2030/4/2-5  23 August 1862

Contents:
Proved 12 May 1869
Amies, Thomas, of Gravel Hill, Stanton Lacy, gent.
Legacy Duty Receipts.

[no title]  2030/4/6  5 September 1883

Contents:
Proved 5 December 1883
Anderson, Anne, of Ludlow, spinster

[no title]  2030/4/7  16 May 1865

Contents:
Proved 11 June 1866
Anderson, George, of Ludlow, gent. House in Mill Street, with a coach house, stable etc., where the testator lives, to his wife for life.
Wife: Elizabeth
4 daughters: - Elizabeth Burlton, Anne Anderson, Harriet Downes and Frances Phillips.
House in Castle Street (William Powell, silver smith)
Son: Rodney Anderson
Son: Thomas; and son William - £300 if he returns to England from abroad within 3 months of the death of the testator's wife
Mary wife of his son William.
Son: Edward.
Executors: Rodney Anderson, Anne Anderson and John Tench.
The testator died on 9 January 1866.

[no title]  2030/4/8  18 October 1926

Contents:
Codicils 29 August 1927, 5 September 1928, 14 September 1931. Proved 9 June 1933
Anderson-Ashton, Rodney Ashton, of Ludlow, solicitor.

[no title]  2030/4/9  28 April 1857

Contents:
Proved 13 April 1858
Bach, Francis, of Rowton, Stokesay, gent.
Wife: Elizabeth Bach - furniture and household goods
Daughter: Sarah the wife of Thomas Craig £400 for equality with his other 3 children he has already made advances for.
Nephew Edward Bach of Longueville, Wistasstow [...] , farmer.
To his nephew and to Francis Minton Beddoes of the same place, gent, his house and farm with lands in Rowton, Stokesay, on trusts to sell and invest the money, ¼ of the interest of which to his eldest son William Bach and his children; to his younger son Richard Bach ¼ of the interest; to his daughter Elizabeth wife of Richard Bowen and her 2 children ¼, and ¼ to Sarah wife of Thomas Craig.
Executors: Edward Bach and F.M. Beddoes and sons William and Richard. He died on 28 August 1857.
Legacy receipt - Sarah Craig for £200.

[no title]  2030/4/10  30 June 1887

Contents:
Bach, Francis, of Onibury, farmer codicil 24 December 1889. Proved 3 December 1890

[no title]  2030/4/11  12 March 1849

Contents:
Codicil 18 May 1857 Proved 21 December 1860
Bach, Philip, of Onibury, farmer

[no title]  2030/4/12  23 March 1905

Contents:
Proved 17 July 1908
Bach, Richard, of Hungerford near Craven Arms, gent, formerly of Leominster, Herefs, before that of Middlesborough, Yorks.

[no title]  2030/4/13  17 January 1866

Contents:
Proved 13 April 1892
Bach, Sarah, of Ludlow, widow. Sons Richard and Edward.

[no title]  2030/4/14  30 December 1913

Contents:
Letters of administration
Baker, Sarah Elizabeth, of Wootton, Onibury, wife of Alfred Richard Baker

[no title]  2030/4/15-17  18 February 1809

Contents:
Proved 5 February 1810
Beddoes, Richard, of the New House, Culmington, farmer
Enclosed
21 April 1806 Francis Tipton promises to pay Richard Beddoes £100 - & note that the money of Richard Beddoes's 2 grandchildren, children of his daughter Mary (wife of F. Tipton, now) by her 1st husband Edward Hargreaves

[no title]  2030/4/18  16 November 1909

Contents:
Proved 31 January 1910 Beech, Lucy, of 51 Broad Street, Ludlow, spinster

[no title]  2030/4/19  11 April 1838

Contents:
Blakemore, John, of Ludlow, shoemaker Codicil 4 May 1839 Proved 4 April 1842

[no title]  2030/4/20  31 October 1911

Contents:
Proved 13 October 1913 Blakeway, Elizabeth, of Walton, Onibury, farmer

[no title]  2030/4/21  15 September 1902

Contents:
Codicil 18 May 1907 Proved 1 October 1907 Bowen, Ann of The Cottage, Culmington, spinster

[no title]  2030/4/22  5 May 1882

Contents:
Proved 6 March 1886 Bowen, Edward Tyler, of Halford, Bromfield, farmer

[no title]  2030/4/23  25 November 1895

Contents:
Proved 3 February 1900 Bowen, Edward Tyler, of Halford, Bromfield, farmer

[no title]  2030/4/24  4 December 1895

Contents:
Codicil 4 December 1895 Proved 19 September 1902 Bowen, Elizabeth, of The Cottage, Culmington, widow

[no title]  2030/4/25  29 November 1895

Contents:
Letters of Administration Bowen, Richard, of Hill House, Diddlebury, farmer

[no title]  2030/4/26  24 February 1915

Contents:
Bowen, William, of 6 Back of Heneage St., Birmingham, horsekeeper

[no title]  2030/4/27  28 May 1803

Contents:
Codicil 19 August 1803 Proved 19 May 1804 Brettell, Janns, of Burway, Bromfield, gent.

[no title]  2030/4/28  5 May 1868

Contents:
Proved 30 January 1886 Brown, Charles, of Ludlow, dealer

[no title]  2030/4/29-31  18 January 1848

Contents:
Codicil 19 January 1848 Proved 11 July 1849 Burton, Edward snr. of Clee St. Margaret, farmer
Attached 2 papers re legacy 5 August 1903

[no title]  2030/4/32  22 July 1806

Contents:
Proved 29 December 1806 Carter, John, of Priors Hatton, Bromfield, gent.

[no title]  2030/4/33  22 June 1868

Contents:
Proved 28 January 1890
Chambers, John Thomas, of Handford nar [...] Stoke on Trent, gent.

[no title]  2030/4/34  11 January 1814

Contents:
Proved 10 May 1814
Clark, Edward of Ludlow, shoemaker. Wife, Ann, houses in Lower Broad St. then to Jas Coates to well. 6 children (named) Wife & Jas Coates executors.

[no title]  2030/4/35  24 November 1864

Contents:
Codicil 30 January 1868 Proved 4 January 1869 Coleman, Richard, of Ludlow, maltstrer and innkeeper (The Trotting Horse, Corve St.).

[no title]  2030/4/36  15 January 1901

Contents:
Letters of Administration
Coton, Emily Emma, wife of William Coton, of 4 Court, Unett St., Birmingham.

[no title]  2030/4/37  29 April 1858

Contents:
Proved 25 June 1858
Cotterell, Elizabeth, of Huntington, Ashford Carbonell, widow

[no title]  2030/4/38  1 June 1840

Contents:
Proved 10 June 1841
Crundell, John, of Ludlow, baker

[no title]  2030/4/39  15 March 1887

Contents:
Letters of administration
Davies, Henry, of 94 Old Street, Ludlow, plumber and dairyman

[no title]  2030/4/40  2 March 1866

Contents:
Proved 19 April 1866
Davies, John, of Ludlow, gent.

[no title]  2030/4/41-2  29 June 1864

Contents:
Proved 15 October 1867
Davis, John, of Lower Gaolford, Ludlow, innkeeper.
Wife: Louisa Davis.
Legacy duty receipt 20 October 1867.

[no title]  2030/4/43  30 April 1874

Contents:
Proved 12 October 1874
Davies, Louisa, of the Half Moon Inn, Lower Gaolford, Ludlow, widow.

[no title or date]  2030/4/44

Contents:
2 Jaune 1879 Proved 29 January 1880
Davies, Mary, of Mill Street, Ludlow, spinster

[no title]  2030/4/45  12 December 1831

Contents:
Codicils 20 June 1842 and 17 December 1845 Proved 5 September 1846
Downes, Edward, of Sibdon, gent.

[no title]  2030/4/46  27 November 1889

Contents:
Letters of administration
Downes, Jane Anne, of the Lawn, Twigworth, Glos, widow.
Died 17 May 1889
Granted to William Clement Downes, her son.

[no title]  2030/4/47  25 June 1845

Contents:
Letters of administration
Downes, John, of Medley Park, Culmington, farmer. To Clement Downes his son.

[no title]  2030/4/48  10 July 1885

Contents:
Letters of administration
Downes, Thomas, late of Dodmore, E. Hamlet, farmer.
Died 3 June 1885, intestate.
Granted to John Chatham, uncle, guardian of Clara Sophia Downes, spinster a minor, only child, of Thomas till 21.
(Anne Downes, widow of Thomas, survived him but died without taking out letters of administration). Estate amounts to £751.

[no title]  2030/4/49  31 May 1917

Contents:
Letters of administration
Edwards, Price, of the Lunatic Asylum, Burghill, Herefs.
Died 26 January 1917
Granted to his brother Richard Edwards.

[no title]  2030/4/50  3 August 1853

Contents:
Proved 24 November 1855
Edwards, Sarah, of Wistanstow, widow.

[no title]  2030/4/51  23 April 1862

Contents:
Proved 29 November 1864
Egginton, William, of Ludlow, bachelor. Brother Edward Egginton, ironmonger of Ludlow.

[no title]  2030/4/52  12 September 1910

Contents:
Codicil 23 December 1910
Proved 20 March 1911 Evans, Ann, of Wyson, Brimfield, Herefs, widow, formerly of Ashford Carbonell nr. Ludlow.

[no title]  2030/4/53  26 November 1814

Contents:
Proved 4 February 1817
Evans, Thomas, of Monstay, Burrington, gent.
Son: Richard - house and garden in Leinthall Starks
Son; Thomas's son William James Evans - 3 houses and gardens in Ludlow (- Merick & others)
Son: William - house &c in Elton, Herefs and house in Leintwardine.

[no title]  2030/4/54  3 September 1853

Contents:
Proved 30 April 1860
Evans, Thomas, of Woodland Cottage, Ashford Carbonell, gent.

[no title]  2030/4/55  24 June 1803

Contents:
Proved 30 October 1716
Hammond, Mary, of Ludlow, spinster

[no title]  2030/4/56  31 December 1819

Contents:
Proved 27 July 1822
Harding, John, of Ludlow, malster

[no title]  2030/4/57  17 March 1740

Contents:
Probate certificate
Harley, Thomas, of Clungunford, granted to Elizabeth Harley.

[no title]  2030/4/58  19 January 1881

Contents:
Proved 12 March 1881
Harper, Harriett, of Gravel Hill Terrace, Stanton Lacy, widow.

[no title]  2030/4/59-60  31 December 1873

Contents:
Proved 2 July 1877
Harper, William of the Half Moon Inn, Ludlow, innkeeper.
Wife: Harriett Harper, executrix. He died 8 June 1877
Receipt for costs of probate June 1877.

[no title]  2030/4/61  19 December 1865

Contents:
Codicils 26 January 1870, 23 August 1871 Proved 18 April 1873
Hockey, James, of Ludlow, miller, maltster and corn dealer

[no title]  2030/4/62  14 April 1873

Contents:
Proved 24 January 1883
Hockey, Mary, of Ludlow, widow. Daughter Maria

[no title]  2030/4/63  25 June 1874

Contents:
Proved 24 March 1877
Hodgson, Henry, Esq., of Stanton Lacy.
2 pieces of land in E. Kempsey, N.South Wales, Australia, 1 bought from Alexander Cochrane and one from the Government of the Colony.
Son: George Daughter: Emily.

[no title]  2030/4/64  23 May 1809

Contents:
Proved 4 September 1809
Hollingsworth, Thomas, of Ludlow, gent

[no title]  2030/4/65  17 January 1859

Contents:
Proved 7 January 1860
Hotchkiss, John, of the Woodlands, Stanton Lacy, farmer

[no title]  2030/4/66  19 February 1924

Contents:
Proved 9 June 1825
Howells, Ann, of Holly Grove, Ashford Carbonell, wife of Francis Elisha Howells, executor.

[no title]  2030/4/67  1 Mary 1897

Contents:
Proved 7 May 1897
Hudson, Mrs Margaret, of Cow Hall, Bettwys

[no title]  2030/4/68  7 April 1870

Contents:
Proved 7 October 1879
Hughes, Richard, late of Ludlow, cabinet maker.
Wife: Elizabeth Hughes
He died on 15 March 1879

[no title]  2030/4/69  3 November 1847

Contents:
Proved 25 August 1856
Jones, Elizabeth, of Aston Botterell, single woman.
Natural child: Richard Jones, executor.
She died 21 January 1856

[no title]  2030/4/70  24 April 1877

Contents:
Proved 2 October 1877
Jones, Richard, of Ludlow, butcher and cattle dealer

[no title]  2030/4/71-3  19 February 1894

Contents:
Codicil 15 June 1894 Proved 6 August 1895
Jones, Sarah, of 6 Tower Street, Ludlow, widow, baker and confectioner.
Enclosed
Certificate of baptism of Mary daughter of William and Sarah Howard of Whitcot Keyset, farmer, 20 September 1823.
Account of Messrs Miller and Price with the Trustees of Mrs Howard 1913-14.

[no title]  2030/4/74  16 November 1909

Contents:
Proved 23 February 1910
Jones, Walter, of 51 Broad Street, Ludlow, photographer.
Wife: Annie executrix. He died 28 November 1909

[no title]  2030/4/75  6 June 1922

Contents:
Proved 4 May 1927
Jones, William of Maes-y-rhaem, Clun, farmer
Son: William. Daughter: Lizzie wife of William Parry of Hagley, Bucknell, executors.
Sons Charles and Albert. Daughter Fanny wife of John Owen of W. Bromwich
Died 1 November 1926.

[no title]  2030/4/76  28 April 1846

Contents:
Proved 27 July 1846
Jordan, Samuel, of Ludlow, innkeeper. House in Dinham (Wm Adams).

[no title]  2030/4/77  3 June 1831. 18 May 1832

Contents:
Proved.
Langford, Mary, of Burway, Bromfield, widow
Note re will; letter from the stamp office re legacy duty 22 August 1839.

[no title]  2030/4/78  18 February 1846

Contents:
Proved 30 May 1848
Leake, John Smith, of Ludlow, mercer.
Wife: Jane

[no title]  2030/4/79  7 May 1811

Contents:
Proved 27 May 1823
Mason, Richard, of Greete, gent, son of Edward Mason.
House called the Brickhouse in Greete.

[no title]  2030/4/80  10 April 1869

Contents:
Proved 12 May 1871
Moore, James, of Burwarton Hall, domestic servant and coachman to the Viscount Boyne. Wife Susannah.

[no title]  2030/4/81  20 April 1875

Contents:
Proved 16 December 1878
Oliver, Mary, of Lower Mill Street, Ludlow, widow

[no title]  2030/4/82  7 April 1803

Contents:
Proved 1 September 1813
Pardoe, Sarah, of parish of St. Leonard, Bridgnorth, spinster

[no title]  2030/4/83  15 November 1866

Contents:
Proved 2 November 1889
Pearce, Alexander Steward Watkins, of Lower Broad Street, Ludlow, boot and shoe maker.

[no title]  2030/4/84  19 August 1890

Contents:
Proved 14 March 1889
Pearce, Mary, of 54 Lower Broad Street, Ludlow, widow.

[no title]  2030/4/85  8 June 1867

Contents:
Proved 18 February 1868
Penny, Thomas, of Ludlow, maltster

[no title]  2030/4/86  5 October 1906

Contents:
Proved 14 May 1909
Poole, Margaret, of 98 Corve Street (formerly the Green Dragon Inn, Ludlow) licensed victualler.

[no title]  2030/4/87  15 July 1887

Contents:
Proved 27 April 1889
Poole, William, of the Green Dragon Inn, Corve Street, Ludlow.
Wife: Margaret Son: William John Poole, executors.

[no title]  2030/4/88  25 July 1838

Contents:
Proved 24 January 1852
Pound, John, of Richard's Castle, Salop, labourer

[no title]  2030/4/89  10 December 1847

Contents:
Proved 20 August 1850
Price, John, of Panpunton, Llanfairwaterdine, gent. Exors: Jno Pritchard & John Sayce, Wife Mary; bros Rd & Edw.; sister Ann. Died 15 March 1850

[no title]  2030/4/90  8 October 1850

Contents:
Proved 20 November 1850
Pritchard Thomas, of Corve Street, Ludlow, maltster. Wife Mary executx.
Exor: Jno Badger. Niece Sarah C.P.; Bros. Rd & Wm. Pritchard.
30 November 1887 Proved 29 July 1899

[no title]  2030/4/91  8 December 1859

Contents:
Proved 12 June 1865
Pugh, Thomas, of Ludlow, blacksmith

[no title]  2030/4/92  24 May 1852

Contents:
Codicils 22 May 1854, 5 April 1857. Proved 10 April 1858 Ridgley, Mrs Ann, of Richard's Castle, Salop, widow

[no title]  2030/4/93-4  24 July 1916

Contents:
Proved 24 May 1918
Ridgley, John Henry, of 2 Victoria Place, St. Mark Street, Ladywood, Birmingham, a Private in the 1/5th Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regt.
Notice from the War Office 7 June 1918.

[no title]  2030/4/95  12 September 1825

Contents:
Proved 11 November 1825
Ridgley, Richard, of Bromfield, blacksmith.
Wife Ann (Originally enclosed in Ann Ridgley's will, see above)

[no title]  2030/4/96  15 August 1831

Contents:
Proved 6 April 1842
Roberts, John, yeoman, late of Hopton Cangford, now of Stoke St. Milborough.

[no title]  2030/4/97  7 August 1815

Contents:
Proved 3 November 1821
Roberts, Mrs Sarah, of Hopton Cangsford.
Brother John Roberts.

[no title]  2030/4/98-9  1 March 1821

Contents:
Proved 17 July 1821
Smith, Ann, wife of Jacob Childe Smith of Bridgnorth.
(Limited probate)
Enclosed
Executors' account with the legatees, from 20 March 1821

[no title]  2030/4/100  10 March 1875

Contents:
Proved 6 April 1877
Stead, Thomas, of Upper Hayton, Stanton Lacy, farmer

[no title]  2030/4/101  18 December 1877

Contents:
Letters of administration
Tarte, Herbert, of the Bache, Culmington. Died 3 December 1877.
Wife: Mary to whom administration granted.

[no title]  2030/4/102  29 July 1833

Contents:
Proved 27 January 1835
Thomas, Samuel, of Bitterley.
Wife: Margaret.

[no title]  2030/4/103  11 August 1856

Contents:
Letters of administration
Thomas, Thomas, of Coverridge, Fields, Wheathill, Salop, farmer, widower.
Granted to son William

[no title]  2030/4/104  28 February 1867

Contents:
Proved 29 July 1872
Tinson, William, of Ludlow, gent. Wife: Zea

[no title]  2030/4/105  19 May 1841

Contents:
Proved 27 June 1842
Tipton, Francis, of Norton, Culmington, farmer

[no title]  2030/4/106  19 May 1841

Contents:
Letters of administration 17 May 1847
Tipton, Francis, of Norton, Culmington, farmer. The executor who proved the will died without administerting it.

[no title]  2030/4/107  2 May 1843

Contents:
Proved 21 June 1845
Tipton, William, of Ludlow, innkeeper

[no title]  2030/4/108  2 September 1874

Contents:
Proved 26 February 1875
Towers, John, of Whitbach, Bromfield, farmer, Wife: Louisa.

[no title]  2030/4/109-110  31 December 1817

Contents:
Proved 5 June 1820
Wainwright, Benjamin, Doctor of Physic, late of Sheffield, now of Handsworth, York.
Charities for Rushbury and Eaton.
Enclosed
11 April 1829
General release and indemnity - Charles Pritchard & wife to Benjamin and
Richard Wainwright, executors of Dr. Wainwright.

[no title]  2030/4/112  15 Oct. 1857 [...]

Contents:
Codicil 5 July 1858 Proved 25 June 1859
Wainwright, Samuel, of Hungerford, Eaton under Heywood, tanner.
The Bucks Head Inn, Hungerford.

[no title]  2030/4/112  16 May 1837

Contents:
Admin. granted 23 October 1846
Wainwright, Richard, jnr., formerly of Ludlow, eldest son of Richard Wainwright of Ludlow, Esq., now of New Brunswick.

[no title]  2030/4/113  9 September 1868

Contents:
Letters of administration
Wall, Mary, late of Clee St. Margaret, to her brother Thomas Millichap.

[no title]  2030/4/114  18 September 1852

Contents:
Proved 1 January 1855
Wall, Thomas, of the Thonglands, Munslow, farmer

[no title]  2030/4/115-7  11 April 1836

Contents:
Proved 24 June 1837
Watkeys, Kitty, of Ludlow, spinster.
Stamp office letter and legacy duty receipt, 25 Sept. and 18 Nov. 1837 respectively.

[no title]  2030/4/118-9  15 November 1834

Contents:
Proved 18 November 1835
Watkeys, William, of Ludlow, yeoman.
Note of effects and debts.

[no title]  2030/4/120-123  27 October 1849

Contents:
Proved 30 April 1861
White, James, of the Hand and Bell, Ludlow.
House in Merivale Lane
Wife: Mary
Inventory; legacy duty receipt; account of debts.

[no title]  2030/4/124  11 November 1872

Contents:
Proved 12 April 1873
White, Mary, of Ludlow, widow and milliner

[no title]  2030/4/125  21 July 1856

Contents:
Proved 29 May 1857
Whiteman, Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Downton of Clee Downton, farmer.

[no title]  2030/4/126  14 December 1758

Contents:
Proved 27 April 1763
Wigley, Richard, of Ludlow, innholder

[no title]  2030/4/127  19 July 1886

Contents:
Codicil 12 September 1887 Proved 10 November 1896
Williams, Mrs Elizabeth, of Bedstone Road, Bucknell, widow.

[no title]  2030/4/128-9  3 June 1885

Contents:
Letters of administration
Williams, William, of Court House, Richard's Castle, Herefs, farmer.
Granted to Thomas Williams his brother.
Died on 13 April 1885 at Birmingham.
Receipt.

[no title]  2030/4/130  28 March 1848

Contents:
Proved 17 May 1850
Vaughan, Janns Brettell, of Burway, Bromfield, Esq.

[no title]  2030/4/131  11 February 1880

Contents:
Codicil 21 December 1881 Proved 1 April 1884
Vaughan, William Edwards Brettell, of The Combe alias Cwm, Salop, and Ludlow, Esq.

[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
Records of the Firm of Solicitors

[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
Letter Books

[no title]  2030/5/1  1847-8

Contents:
Letter Book

[no title]  2030/5/2-3  1852-6, with index

Contents:
Letter Book

[no title]  2030/5/4  1852-3

Contents:
Letter Book

[no title]  2030/5/5  1853-5

Contents:
Letter Book

[no title]  2030/5/6  1864-5

Contents:
Letter Book

[no title]  2030/5/7  1868-70

Contents:
Letter Book

[no title]  2030/5/8  1872-3

Contents:
Letter Book

[no title]  2030/5/9  1876-7

Contents:
Letter Book

[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
Accounts

[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
Bill Books

[no title]  2030/5/10  1845

Contents:
Bill Book

[no title]  2030/5/11  1846

Contents:
Bill Book

[no title]  2030/5/12  1856

Contents:
Bill Book

[no title]  2030/5/13  1866-68

Contents:
Bill Book

[no title]  2030/5/14  1870-4

Contents:
Bill Book

[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
Draft bills

[no title]  2030/5/15  1835

Contents:
King v Edward Barker

[no title]  2030/5/16  1834

Contents:
William Beddoes Esq. and Messrs John and Richard Coleman, Corve St. re debt.

[no title]  2030/5/17  1834

Contents:
Edward Beniams (Price v Price)

[no title]  2030/5/18  1835

Contents:
Mrs Bevan, Stoney Lane - conveyance from the trustees of Morris

[no title]  2030/5/19  1834

Contents:
James Bill, maltster, Corve St.

[no title]  2030/5/20  1835

Contents:
Mrs Bill

[no title]  2030/5/21-23  1835-6

Contents:
Mr Bird, Twitchen (3) re mortgage from Mr Pugh

[no title]  2030/5/24  1834-5

Contents:
Executors of the late Francis Bishop

[no title]  2030/5/25  1834

Contents:
Messrs Blakelock and Fiddey, solicitors, Fleet St.

[no title]  2030/5/26  1834

Contents:
Messrs Bloxam & Co., solicitors, New Boswell Court - re the Rev. R.N. Pemberton's conveyance.

[no title]  2030/5/27  1834

Contents:
Mr Booth, coachman, Birmingham Coach

[no title]  2030/5/28  1834

Contents:
Edward Bowen, Hill House

[no title]  2030/5/29  1834

Contents:
Janns John Brettell, London, re Janns Brettell deceased

[no title]  2030/5/30  1834

Contents:
Francis Bright, Gaolford, Ludlow

[no title]  2030/5/31  1834-5

Contents:
Miss Burlton, Ludlow

[no title]  2030/5/32  1834

Contents:
The Rev. Mr Butler, Neenton

[no title]  2030/5/33  1831-4

Contents:
Executors of Samuel Camell

[no title]  2030/5/34  1834

Contents:
Carter v Griffiths

[no title]  2030/5/35  1834

Contents:
Edmund Lechmere Charlton Esq, (action brought against him by Mr John Hickman).

[no title]  2030/5/36  1834

Contents:
Messrs Cheese and Bodenham, solrs, Kington - Procter to Moythen

[no title]  2030/5/37  1835

Contents:
Richard Chester, Newcastle

[no title]  2030/5/38  1835

Contents:
Re Child deceased

[no title]  2030/5/39  1835

Contents:
John Childe (re action against him brought by Mr Wilde for defamation)

[no title]  2030/5/40  1835

Contents:
Mr Clarke solr

[no title]  2030/5/41  No Date

Contents:
Charles Clay Esq., solr - for journey to Leintwardine for certificate of marriage of Mr & Mrs Beale.

[no title]  2030/5/42  1835

Contents:
Mr Cooking

[no title]  2030/5/43  1834

Contents:
Mr Cook, Batchcott

[no title]  2030/5/44  1835

Contents:
Thomas Cooper

[no title]  2030/5/45  1835

Contents:
William Corbett

[no title]  2030/5/46-8  1834-6

Contents:
Coroner of Shropshire (3)

[no title]  2030/5/49  1835

Contents:
William Cot

[no title]  2030/5/50-1  1835

Contents:
Richard Darby Esq., Coalbrookdale, for attending the Parliamentary Registration (marked No. 1)
Enclosed 1834 Summary of the Wenlock Registration expenses.

[no title]  2030/5/52-3  1834

Contents:
Richard Darby Esq. and others - re Wenlock Registration (marked No. 2)
Enclosed Richard Darby Esq. - for attending the Municipal Registration &c. 1835.

[no title]  2030/5/54  1834

Contents:
Richard Darby and other - re getting a liberal candidate for Wenlock

[no title]  2030/5/55  1834

Contents:
Edward Davies, Ditton Mill, Clee Hill re a cottage (Samuel Jones)

[no title]  2030/5/56  1834

Contents:
The King on the Prosecution of Thomas Davies against Henry Evans

[no title]  2030/5/57  No Date

Contents:
Thomas Davies re a horse he bought from Mr Wylde

[no title]  2030/5/58  No Date

Contents:
Overseers of Dawley

[no title]  2030/5/59  1835

Contents:
Samuel Dayis, Ludlow, - re purchase from George Griffiths of a house in the Bull Ring adjoining Samuel Dayus's own.

[no title]  2030/5/60  No Date

Contents:
King versus Benjamin Downes - sheep stealing

[no title]  2030/5/61  No Date

Contents:
Edward Downes, Bancott

[no title]  2030/5/62  1835

Contents:
John Downes, Larden

[no title]  2030/5/63  1834

Contents:
William Downes, factor, Ludlow

[no title]  2030/5/64  1834

Contents:
Mr Easthope, Downfield, (Price v Price)

[no title]  2030/5/65  1834

Contents:
Charles Edwards of Nany groes, Whitton, Radnor.

[no title]  2030/5/66  1835

Contents:
Matthew Edwards

[no title]  2030/5/67  1835

Contents:
Mrs Edwards, Seefton's Bach (apprenticeship indenture)

[no title]  2030/5/68  No Date

Contents:
Richard Esp, Larden

[no title]  2030/5/69  No Date

Contents:
Messrs. Forbes & Spate? - Hennessy v Tudor.

[no title]  2030/5/70-1  1832-4

Contents:
James Gannor (Luston) (2)

[no title]  2030/5/72  1834

Contents:
Mr Garbett, Methodist Preacher, Mr Bird and others, Trustees of Twitchen Chapel

[no title]  2030/5/73  1834

Contents:
George Gardner

[no title]  2030/5/74  1835

Contents:
Mr Garner, Ticklerton

[no title]  2030/5/75-7  1833-5

Contents:
John Giles, Hope Court (3)

[no title]  2030/5/78-9  1835

Contents:
S.H. Godson re Tenbury tithes (2) (solicitor of Tenbury)

[no title]  2030/5/80-1  1835

Contents:
Edwin Green, Crown Hotel - Green V. Lord Harley

[no title]  2030/5/82  1835

Contents:
Richard Griffiths

[no title]  2030/5/83  1835

Contents:
W. Griffiths, Clungunford

[no title]  2030/5/84  1834-5

Contents:
Ambrose Grouns, Ludlow, - purchasing house in King St. from Mr Moythan.

[no title]  2030/5/85  1834

Contents:
Robert Guppy, Esq. - articles before his marriage with Miss Parkinson

[no title]  2030/5/86  1836

Contents:
Mr Hanson

[no title]  2030/5/87  No Date

Contents:
William Harding

[no title]  2030/5/88-9  1835

Contents:
Thomas Hawkins against Medlicott, trespass of Hawkins's cattle (2)

[no title]  2030/5/90  1834

Contents:
Mr Home, Professor of Music - re payment by Mr Edmunds

[no title]  2030/5/91  1834

Contents:
Francis P. Hooper, Golden Sq., London - Perry v Hodson

[no title]  2030/5/92  1836

Contents:
William Hotchkiss, Aldon (for sale of property called Withurley)

[no title]  2030/5/93  1834

Contents:
Thomas Howells jnr., Marsh, Wenlock (order of filiation)

[no title]  2030/5/94  1835

Contents:
Thomas Howells, Varnolds Common

[no title]  2030/5/95  1834

Contents:
Joseph Hardwick, blacksmith, Middleton - Price v Price

[no title]  2030/5/96  1834

Contents:
Evan James Trustee of Mr Potter.

[no title]  2030/5/97  No Date

Contents:
Mr Jenkins, Ashford - distress against Samuel Williams.

[no title]  2030/5/98  1835

Contents:
Jones v Bright

[no title]  2030/5/99  1834

Contents:
Miss Mary Jones at Mr Dawes' New house

[no title]  2030/5/100  1834

Contents:
Mr Jones - Hills

[no title]  2030/5/101  1834

Contents:
T. Lawrence, Esq., Devon

[no title]  2030/5/102  1835

Contents:
John Lewis

[no title]  2030/5/103  1834

Contents:
Messrs Lloyds, solrs.

[no title]  2030/5/104  No Date

Contents:
Mr Lloyd, Longville

[no title]  2030/5/105  1834

Contents:
Ludlow Association for the Prosecution of Felons

[no title]  2030/5/106  1834

Contents:
Francis Massey, wine merchant, Ludlow

[no title]  2030/5/107  1872

Contents:
J. Maunder

[no title]  2030/5/108  1834

Contents:
King on the prosecution of Mr Meredith, Halford Mill v John and William Price

[no title]  2030/5/109  1836


Related information: See also 2030/5/92

Contents:
Miss Ann Meyricke, Stanton Lacy - for the sale to Mr Hotchkiss of Aldon of property called Withurley

[no title]  2030/5/110  1835

Contents:
Messrs Milne, Parry, Milne & Morris

[no title]  2030/5/111  1834

Contents:
Henry Milnes Esq., solr, Leominster

[no title]  2030/5/112  1834

Contents:
Mr Montford

[no title]  2030/5/113  1835

Contents:
King on the prosecution of Hodson v Montgomery

[no title]  2030/5/114  1834-5

Contents:
Hugh Morgan

[no title]  2030/5/115  5 August 1826 to 27 March 1827


Related information: See also 2030/2/335

Contents:
Draft bill of William Radcliffe to Anderson & Downes - re sale of premises in Old Street from Wm R. to Mr Pitt.

[no title]  2030/5/116  6 July to 26 October 1833

Contents:
Adam Ree, Ludlow

[no title]  2030/5/117  22 Feb. 1831 to 7 May 1833


Related information: See 2030/2/290

Contents:
Thomas Cornfield Revis, Schoolmaster
Re conduct of Mr Griffiths, hairdresser, towards Mr Revis; re leave for an entrance to the school room etc.

[no title]  2030/5/118-9  25 May 1829 to 27 July 1829

Contents:
William Richards Re purchase by Wm R. from his father of the farm - Pentre own hordy, part of the Game estate, for £990 - the whole in mortgage to Edward Downes.
Enclosed another draft bill - Richards snr. & Downes to W. Richards.

[no title]  2030/5/120  10 July 1829 to 14 Feb. 1831

Contents:
Churchwardens and Overseers of the parish of Richard's Castle re appeal at Hereford Q.S. against the poor rates.

[no title]  2030/5/121  7 Jan. 1833 to 1 March 1834

Contents:
Ricketts v Russel and another in the Common Pleas - re the case

[no title]  2030/5/122-3  1826-7, 1829

Contents:
Thomas Bourke Ricketts, Esq. (2)

[no title]  2030/5/124-5  7 May 1828 to 20 Oct. 1828

Contents:
Thomas B. Ricketts and the Rev. Robert Heillisan re accounts between Mr Rowbothams and Mr Ricketts - re taking distress and sale of wheat, hay and potatoes taken under distress
Enclosed draft bill re Rowbothams distress - T.B. Ricketts April 1828

[no title]  2030/5/126  8 Feb.-2 April 1830

Contents:
Mrs Ridgley, Bromfield re purchase of cottages from Reubin Price and his wife & Mrs Bill

[no title]  2030/5/127  1828-9

Contents:
James Robinson, Tenbury

[no title]  2030/5/128  1828

Contents:
Edward Rogers re agreement between client and Thomas Green re sale and purchase of an estate at Ditton bought by Edward Rogers

[no title]  2030/5/129  Easter 1828 to Trinity 1830

Contents:
Case in Chancery between Mary Rogers wife of deft. John Rogers by James Jones, her brother, plt. and Edward Lucas, Francis Marston, William Eyton and John Rogers, defts.

[no title]  2030/5/130  1831-2

Contents:
Mr Rowland, 20 Hatton Gardens re renewal of Mr Rowland's lease of the house held under Mr Vaughan.

[no title]  2030/5/131  8 April 1833 to October 1833

Contents:
Mrs Jeremiah Rudd, Clunbury 1833 re administration of the effects of her husband - re auction sale at Clunbury.

[no title]  2030/5/132-3  1826-30

Contents:
Messrs Salwey & Fowler re sale of John Jones's effects, etc (2)

[no title]  2030/5/134  1827

Contents:
Salwey v Edwards and another

[no title]  2030/5/135  1830

Contents:
Theophilus Richard Salwey Esq re his tenant Mr Jones of Marlbrook Hall

[no title]  2030/5/136  1828-31

Contents:
T.R.Salwey Esq., The Lodge re lease of Marlbrook Hall Farm &c.

[no title]  2030/5/137  No Date

Copies information: Copy of 2030/5/136


Contents:
T.R.Salwey, Esq.

[no title]  2030/5/138  1830

Contents:
Trustees of Salwey & Wm Phillips re sale of stock

[no title]  2030/5/139  1828-30

Contents:
Mr Sankey, cooper, Ludlow

[no title]  2030/5/140  1830-1

Contents:
The King on the prosecution of Wm Shepperd v Elizabeth Thomas for misdemeanour for taking goods under forged orders.

[no title]  2030/5/141  1827-30

Contents:
Isaac Spencer, Woofferton

[no title]  2030/5/142  1831

Contents:
Mrs Spencer, Woofferton, re sale of copyhold at Orleton.

[no title]  2030/5/143  1826-30

Contents:
Messrs Spurrier & Co, solrs, Brimingham, re Prodger's bankruptcy

[no title]  2030/5/144  1826

Contents:
Samuel Stead, mason, Ludlow

[no title]  2030/5/145  1826-33

Contents:
William Stedman, James Stedman and Samuel Hotchkiss re partition of houses and lands at Bucknell

[no title]  2030/5/146  1833

Contents:
William Stedman, Bedstone

[no title]  2030/5/147  1834

Contents:
William Stedman, Bedstone, re mare he sold to Mr Elmore at Rudgley Fair 1833

[no title]  2030/5/148  1830-1

Contents:
Walter Tench, Cainham

[no title]  2030/5/149  1832-3

Contents:
Harley Thomas to Thomas Cranage - for preparing a lease of premises in Quality Square for 14 years.

[no title]  2030/5/150  1828

Contents:
Mr Thompson, Old Street

[no title]  2030/5/151  1831-2

Contents:
William Tinson, re bankruptcy of Messrs Weaver & Hickman

[no title]  2030/5/152  No Date

Contents:
The King on the prosecution of Thomas Towers jnr. v Edward Downes (for stealing money from Edward Downes's pocket at a Ludlow Inn)

[no title]  2030/5/153  From 24 May 1826 to 31 May 1834

Contents:
Account of unpaid bills, arranged alphabetically, in the solicitors' copartnership

[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
Ledgers

[no title]  2030/5/154  1871-1880

Contents:
Ledgers

[no title]  2030/5/155  1879-1910

Contents:
Ledgers

[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
Cash Books

[no title]  2030/5/156  1880-1891

Contents:
Cash Books

[no title]  2030/5/157  1892-1906

Contents:
Cash Books

[no title]  2030/5/158  1906-26

Contents:
Cash Books

[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
Day book

[no title]  2030/5/159  1919-27

Contents:
Day Book
Other end
Beginning of register of boys (6 only) (at Ludlow Grammar School?)

[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
Schedules of deeds

[no title]  2030/5/160  1870

Contents:
Volume marked "MSS Precedent Book 1870" containing schedules of deeds for 61, Broad St., Worcester 1920; Rowton Farm, Stokesay 1837-1921; The Llan Farm 1871-1921; Usher House 1921; 80 Lower Galdeford, Ludlow 1880-1918; Grocers shop, Ditton Priors 1891-1921; Ripletts Farm, Clee Stanton 1919-20; 111-112 Corve St., Ludlow 1886-1923; cottage Aston Munslow 1911-23; premises at Corve Bridge, Ludlow 1885-1922.
Receipts for deeds 1921.

[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
Insurance Agent's Books

[no title]  2030/5/164-181  1807-1864

Contents:
Account book of G. Anderson as insurance agent &c. to the Union Fire and Life Assurance Co., London, appointed 1807, succeeded 1864 by grandson

[no title]  2030/5/182  1834-1922

Contents:
Insurance agent's register and policy book with particulars of premises in Ludlow insured

[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
Register of Omnibuses

[no title]  2030/5/183  1931

Contents:
Register of Motor Omnibus Licences:- register of drivers' licenses granted to 1 January 1931; register of conductors employed by Greyhound Motors, Ltd Bristol, Merseyside Touring Co. Liverpool; Kidderminster Midland Red and Morgans Garage, Pentrilas; and omnibuses licensed.

[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
Rating Assessment Committee

[no title]  2030/5/184  1934-42

Contents:
Letter book of t. Estyn Jones as deputy clerk to the Rating Assessment Committee

[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
Land Tax Assessments - Munslow & overs division

[no title]  2030/6/1-44  1921-22

Contents:
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/1

Contents:
Abdon
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/2

Contents:
Clee St. Margaret
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/3

Contents:
Stoke St. Milborough
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/4

Contents:
Acton Scott
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/5

Contents:
Church Stretton
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/6

Contents:
Hope Bowdler
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/7

Contents:
Little Stretton
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/8

Contents:
Wistanstow
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/9

Contents:
Ashford & The Sheete
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/10

Contents:
Ashford Bowdler
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/11

Contents:
Ashford Carbonell
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/12

Contents:
Richard's Castle
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/13

Contents:
Stevenson
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/14

Contents:
Bennetts End
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/15

Contents:
Bitterley
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/16

Contents:
Cainham
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/17

Contents:
Middleton
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/18

Contents:
Silvington
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/19

Contents:
Snitton
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/20

Contents:
Boraston
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/21

Contents:
Burford
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/22

Contents:
Greet
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/23

Contents:
Hope Bagot
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/24

Contents:
Milson
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/25

Contents:
Nash
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/26

Contents:
Neen Sollars
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/27

Contents:
Stoke
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/28

Contents:
Tilsop
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/29

Contents:
Weston
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/30

Contents:
Whatmore
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/31

Contents:
Whitton
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/32

Contents:
Bromfield
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/33

Contents:
Onibury
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/34

Contents:
Stanton Lacy
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/35

Contents:
Cold Weston
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/36

Contents:
Culmington
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/37

Contents:
Diddlebury
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/38

Contents:
Easthope
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/39

Contents:
Holdgate
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/40

Contents:
Munslow
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/41

Contents:
Stanton Long
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/42

Contents:
Tugford
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/43

Contents:
Stokesay
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/44

Contents:
Ruthall and Ashfield
Land Tax Assessments

[no title]  2030/6/45-88  1930-31

Contents:
Land Tax Assessments

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/45

Contents:
Abdon

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/46

Contents:
Clee St. Margaret

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/47

Contents:
Stoke St. Milborough

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/48

Contents:
Acton Scott

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/49

Contents:
Church Stretton

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/50

Contents:
Hope Bowdler

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/51

Contents:
Little Stretton

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/52

Contents:
Wistanstow

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/53

Contents:
Ashford & The Sheet

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/54

Contents:
Ashford Bowdler

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/55

Contents:
Ashford Carbonell

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/56

Contents:
Richard's Castle

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/57

Contents:
Steventon

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/58

Contents:
Bennetts End

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/59

Contents:
Bitterley

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/60

Contents:
Caynham

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/61

Contents:
Middleton

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/62

Contents:
Silvington

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/63

Contents:
Snitton

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/64

Contents:
Boraston

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/65

Contents:
Greete

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/66

Contents:
Burford

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/67

Contents:
Hope Bagot

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/68

Contents:
Milsom

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/69

Contents:
Nash

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/70

Contents:
Neen Sollars

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/71

Contents:
Stoke

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/72

Contents:
Tilsop

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/73

Contents:
Weston

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/74

Contents:
Whatmore

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/75

Contents:
Whitton

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/76

Contents:
Bromfield

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/77

Contents:
Onibury

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/78

Contents:
Stanton Lacy

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/79

Contents:
Cold Weston

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/80

Contents:
Culmington

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/81

Contents:
Diddlebury

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/82

Contents:
Easthope

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/83

Contents:
Holdgate

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/84

Contents:
Munslow

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/85

Contents:
Stanton Long

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/86

Contents:
Tugford

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/87

Contents:
Stokesay

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/88

Contents:
Ruthall and Ashfield

[no title]  2030/6/89-131  1935-36

Contents:
Land Tax Assessment

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/89

Contents:
Abdon

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/90

Contents:
Clee St. Margaret

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/91

Contents:
Acton Scott

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/92

Contents:
Church Stretton

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/93

Contents:
Hope Bowdler

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/94

Contents:
Little Stretton

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/95

Contents:
Wistanstow

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/96

Contents:
Ashford and The Sheet

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/97

Contents:
Ashford Bowdler

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/98

Contents:
Ashford Carbonell

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/99

Contents:
Richard's Castle

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/100

Contents:
Steventon

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/101

Contents:
Bennetts End

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/102

Contents:
Bitterley

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/103

Contents:
Caynham

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/104

Contents:
Middleton

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/105

Contents:
Silvington

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/106

Contents:
Snitton

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/107

Contents:
Boraston

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/108

Contents:
Greete

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/109

Contents:
Hope Bagot

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/110

Contents:
Milsom

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/111

Contents:
Nash

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/112-113

Contents:
Neen Sollars

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/114

Contents:
Stoke

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/115

Contents:
Tilsop

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/116

Contents:
Weston

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/117

Contents:
Whatmore

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/118

Contents:
Whitton

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/119

Contents:
Bromfield

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/120

Contents:
Onibury

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/121

Contents:
Stanton Lacy

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/122

Contents:
Cold Weston

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/123

Contents:
Culmington

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/124

Contents:
Diddlebury

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/125

Contents:
Easthope

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/126

Contents:
Holdgate

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/127

Contents:
Munslow

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/128

Contents:
Stanton Long

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/129

Contents:
Tugford

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/130

Contents:
Stokesay

[no title or date]  2030/6/6/131

Contents:
Ruthall & Ashfield

[no title]  2030/6/132-474  1879-1948

Contents:
Filed of Land Tax Redemption Certificates and maps and schedules, etc.

[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
Solicitors' papers & books

[no title]  2030/7/1  Trinity 32 George III 1792

Contents:
Warrant
The Attorney General asks for a Tales de circumstantibus be granted by the Court for the trial of of the issue Rex v James Knight late of the parish of St. Lawrence, Ludlow, Esq., for assaults and misdemeanours of which he is indicted.

[no title]  2030/7/2  22 April 1870

Contents:
Writ
Writ to William Hince of Aston Munslow, Charles Hince of Dudgeley House, Church Stretton, and Thomas Hince of New Hall near Church Stretton, to appear in the Court of Exchequer of Pleas in an action at the suit of Richard Bach. The plaintiff claims £144 17s 5d and interest on £100 at 5% p.a. for debt and £4 for costs. The £144 17s 5d on a promissary note for £100 of 1 May 1854 made by the defendants.

[no title]  2030/7/3  18 July 1863

Contents:
Account - County Court
Accounts from the County Court in Richard Payne v James Owens and James Owens v Richard Payne

[no title]  2030/7/4  1848

Contents:
Form of notice
Ludlow Corporation's form of notice of intention to enfranchise.

[no title]  2030/7/5  No Date

Contents:
Title page of a survey of Corporation property.

[no title]  2030/7/6  1934

Contents:
Almanac printed for solicitors.

[no title]  2030/7/7  1927

Contents:
Table showing increase in value at different dates of purchase (? of stock) onwards.

[no title]  2030/7/8-12  No Date

Contents:
Printed Books

[no title]  2030/7/8  1732

Contents:
Law Dictionary
A New Law Dictionary by Giles Jacob, gent.
On flyleaf - J. Hutton M.A. Vic. de Burton 1771
On title page - Humphry Salwey
"This book is perfect March 29 1762"

[no title]  2030/7/9  1838

Contents:
Printed Regulations for the Duties of Registrars of Births and Deaths, and Deputy Registrars January 1838, the property of Rb. Thomas, Supt. Registrar, Ludlow, Oct. 1838.

[no title]  2030/7/10  1838

Contents:
Printed Regulations for The Duties of Registrars of Marriages, January 1838, belonging to Rob. Thomas Supt. Registrar, Ludlow Oct. 1838

[no title]  2030/7/11  31 Dec. 1856

Contents:
Supplementary Regulations for the Duties of Superintendent Registrars and of Registrars of Marriages and their Respective Duties.

[no title]  2030/7/12  1932

Contents:
Printed reports of Ludlow Parish, belonging to P. Baker.

[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
Solicitor's private papers

[no title]  2030/7/13  1869-1880

Contents:
Private ledger of E. J. Davies, solicitor.

[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
Clients' papers

[no title]  2030/7/14  1853

Contents:
Pocket Almanack of Mrs Bach, Rowton, with various entries.

[no title or date]  2030/7/15-20

Contents:
Papers of James Davies & Miss Mary Davies

[no title]  2030/7/15  1870-76

Contents:
Bank account book of James Davies of Elm Lodge

[no title]  2030/7/16  1839-75

Contents:
Private account book of Miss Mary Davies of Mill St. refering to £8000 left to her in her father's will -?interest paid by James Davies of Elm Lodge.

[no title]  2030/7/17  1877-79

Contents:
Bank Book

[no title]  2030/7/18  1877-80

Contents:
Account book with William Bright, butcher

[no title]  2030/7/19  1880

Contents:
Account book with John Valentine, grocer, Broad Street

[no title]  2030/7/20  1879-80

Contents:
Account book for brandy, bread and milk &c

[no title]  2030/7/21  1870-77

Contents:
Depositors Book of the Provident Institution for Savings for the Town of Ludlow, of Benjamin George in trust for the 3 children of Mary Pearce - John Sarah and James.

[no title]  2030/7/22-24  1871-70

Contents:
3 Bank Books of Mrs M.A. Price of 8 Corve St., Ludlow 1862-75, 1876-79, and

[no title]  2030/7/25-50  c. 1895-1924

Contents:
Share Certificates of Charles Compton Seton, of Heath House, Aston-on-Clun; and papers 1909.
Executors: Mrs Frankland of King's Acre House, Hereford, and Mr Sunderland of Bedford.

[no title]  2030/7/51  1876-1935

Contents:
Volume containing:-
Maltster's account for malt and hops supplied 1876
Accounts of W.C. Tyrell 1932-5
Initials E.P. on the cover.

[no title or date]  2030/7/52-89

Contents:
Papers of Henry Worrall of Culmington House.

[no title]  2030/7/52-9  January 1913

Contents:
2 drafts of the marriage settlement of Miss Luisa Grace Worrall of Culmington House and Frederick Raymond de Montmorency. Correspondence.

[no title]  2030/7/60  1914

Contents:
Copy draft lease by T.W. Shaw to H. Worrall of a plot of land at Culmington for a Parochial Halland Reading Room for 20 years at 1/- p.a. including a plan

[no title]  2030/7/61-84  1914-15

Contents:
Correspondence re lease

[no title]  2030/7/85-89  1915

Contents:
Correspondence re insurance

[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
Miscellaneous books

[no title]  2030/7/90  No Date

Contents:
Manuscript medical notes of William Mason, St. Thomas's Hospital.

[no title]  2030/7/91  1935

Contents:
Shropshire published by Wilding & Son, Shrewsbury, belonging to Percy Baker.

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