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Reference 1122
Covering dates 1812-1960
Held by Plymouth and West Devon Record Office
Extent 336 files
Source of acquisition Lawrence Spear, Solicitors
Creators Culme-Seymour Estate, Plymouth, Devon; Seymour Estate, Plymouth, Devon

Administrative history:
The Seymour estate in Plymouth was created by the marriage in 1789 of the first Baronet Sir Michael Seymour of Limerick, Ireland, and Jane Hawker, daughter of Captain James Hawker, of the wine merchant family, of Plymouth. It was further strengthened by the marriage of their eldest son the 2nd Baronet, Sir John Hobart Seymour, in 1833, to Elizabeth Culme, the daughter and co-heir of the Reverend Thomas Culme of Tothill, Plymouth. When Elizabeth died in 1841 Sir John assumed the name Culme-Seymour.
The estate comprised land at Mannamead and Compton, as well as Lipson and Tothill. Much of the property in Mannamead was sold for housing development in the mid-nineteenth century, and by 1900 Tothill fields had disappeared under a mass of terraced housing and railway sidings to Friary Station and Sutton Harbour.

Contents:
Papers, mainly property relating to the Culme-Seymour Estate.



General  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1122/1  1833

Contents:
Marriage settlement; Reverend Sir John Hobart Seymour of Northchurch, Hertfordshire (2nd Baronet) and Miss Elizabeth Culme of Tothill, Plymouth (2 parts)

[no title]  1122/2  1844

Contents:
Abstract of marriage settlement; Reverend Sir John Hobart Culme Seymour (2nd Baronet) and Miss Mary Louisa Smith

[no title]  1122/3  1866

Contents:
Marriage settlement; Captain Michael Culme Seymour and Mary Georgianna Watson of Rockingham Castle, Northamptonshire (2 parts)

[no title]  1122/4(a-c)  1896

Contents:
Draft marriage settlement (with 2 copies); Sir Michael Culme Seymour of 1 Egerton Gardens, South Kensington, Middlesex (4th Baronet) and Florence Agnes Louisa Nugent of Brown Lodge, Christchurch, Hampshire

[no title]  1122/5  1812

Contents:
Abstract of title; Sir Michael Seymour, Baronet to Some Place, in the Borough of Plymouth

[no title]  1122/6  1891

Contents:
Draft Abstract of title; the trustees of Sir Michael Culme Seymour's marriage settlement to property in the parish of Charles, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/7  1893

Contents:
Abstract of title; the trustees of Sir Michael Culme Seymour's marriage settlement to property in the parish of Charles, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/8  1920

Contents:
Supplemental Abstract of title; the trustees of Sir Michael Culme Seymour's marriage settlement to property in the parish of Charles, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/9(a-b)  1926

Contents:
Abstract of title (with 1 copy); the trustees of Sir Michael Culme Seymour's marriage settlement to property in the parish of Charles, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/10  1927

Contents:
Abstract of title; the trustees of Sir Michael Culme Seymour's marriage settlement to property known as Tothill, near Bransgore, Hampshire

[no title]  1122/11(a-b)  1931

Contents:
Abstract of title (with 1 copy); Sir Michael Culme Seymour to property in Charles parish, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/12  1933

Contents:
Abstract of title (copy); Sir Michael Culme Seymour, Baronet, to property in the parish of Charles, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/13  1936

Contents:
Abstract of title (copy); Sir Michael Culme Seymour to property in the parish of Charles, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/14  1850

Contents:
Appointment; William Henry Hawker esquire as a trustee for Seymour estate

[no title]  1122/15  1885

Contents:
Instructions for power of attorney; Mr Fitzroy on Sir Michael Culme Seymour's departure abroad

[no title]  1122/16  1885

Contents:
Power of attorney; Charles Theodore Bewes, Joseph A Hellard, Charles Bewes and Reginald Ansty Bewes for Sir Michael Culme Seymour

[no title]  1122/17  1886

Contents:
Power of attorney; Charles Theodore Bewes, Joseph A Hellard, Charles Bewes and Reginald Ansty Bewes for Sir Michael Culme Seymour

[no title]  1122/18  1887

Contents:
Power of attorney; Charles Theodore Bewes, Joseph A Hellard, Charles Bewes and Reginald Ansty Bewes for Sir Michael Culme Seymour

[no title]  1122/19  1889

Contents:
Power of attorney; Charles Theodore Bewes, Joseph A Hellard, Charles Bewes and Reginald Ansty Bewes for Sir Michael Culme Seymour

[no title]  1122/20  1892

Contents:
Power of attorney; Charles Theodore Bewes, Joseph A Hellard, Charles Bewes and Reginald Ansty Bewes for Sir Michael Culme Seymour

[no title]  1122/21  1892

Contents:
Instructions re: appointment of new trustees; to Mr Fitzroy by Sir Michael Culme Seymour

[no title]  1122/22  1893

Contents:
Appointment of new trustees

[no title]  1122/23  1893

Contents:
Appointment of new trustee; Harry Davies Bewes, solicitor, of East Stonehouse, for Seymour estate

[no title]  1122/24  1908

Contents:
Appointment of new trustee; Sir Thomas Leigh Hare, Baronet for Seymour estate

[no title]  1122/25  1912

Contents:
Appointment of trustee; Harry Davies Bewes for Seymour estate

[no title]  1122/26(a-b)  1916

Contents:
Appointment of new trustee (with 1 copy); Godfrey Nix Dickinson for Seymour estate

[no title]  1122/27(a-b)  1916

Contents:
Appointment of new trustees (with draft); Charles Barrington Balfour of Kelso, Scotland and Godfrey Nix Dickinson of East Stonehouse, for Seymour estate

[no title]  1122/28(a-b)  1933

Contents:
Power of attorney (with 1 copy); Reginald Woollcombe and Godfrey Nix Dickinson of Manor House, Athenaeum Street, Plymouth, solicitors for Seymour estate

[no title]  1122/29(a-b)  1934

Contents:
Appointment of new trustees (with draft); Frank Henry Burnell Nugent and Elizabeth Saunders, to Seymour estate

[no title]  1122/30  1935

Contents:
Power of attorney; Godfrey Nix Dickinson of Manor House, Athenaeum Street, Plymouth, for Seymour estate

[no title]  1122/31  1935

Contents:
Power of attorney; Godfrey Nix Dickinson of Manor House, Athenaeum Street, Plymouth, for Seymour estate

[no title]  1122/32  1938

Contents:
Draft power of attorney; Godfrey Nix Dickinson of Manor House, Athenaeum Street, Plymouth, for Seymour estate

[no title]  1122/33(a-b)  1944

Contents:
Appointment of new trustee (with draft); Inver Lyle Scott, to Seymour estate

[no title]  1122/34  1867 - 1904

Contents:
Income account book; Sir Michael Culme Seymour with Messrs Hoare and Co Stockbrokers of London, with details of investments held

[no title]  1122/35  1905 - 1908

Contents:
Income account book; Sir Michael Culme Seymour with Messrs Hoare and Co Stockbrokers of London, with details of investments held

[no title]  1122/36  1912 - 1921

Contents:
Income account book; Sir Michael Culme Seymour with Messrs Hoare and Co Stockbrokers of London, with details of investments held

[no title]  1122/37  1926 - 1930

Contents:
Income account book; Sir Michael Culme Seymour with Messrs Hoare and Co Stockbrokers of London, with details of investments held

[no title]  1122/38  1931 - 1932

Contents:
Income account book; Sir Michael Culme Seymour with Messrs Hoare and Co Stockbrokers of London, with details of investments held

[no title]  1122/39  1931 - 1934

Contents:
Income account book; Sir Michael Culme Seymour with Messrs Hoare and Co Stockbrokers of London, with details of investments held

[no title]  1122/40  1934 - 1935

Contents:
Income account book; Sir Michael Culme Seymour with Messrs Hoare and Co Stockbrokers of London, with details of investments held

[no title]  1122/41  1935 - 1937

Contents:
Income account book; Sir Michael Culme Seymour with Messrs Hoare and Co Stockbrokers of London, with details of investments held

[no title]  1122/42  1938 - 1939

Contents:
Income account book; Sir Michael Culme Seymour with Messrs Hoare and Co Stockbrokers of London, with details of investments held

[no title]  1122/43  1925 - 1939

Contents:
Capital account book of Sir Michael Culme Seymour with Messrs Hoare & Co. Stockbrokers of London (with details of investments held)

[no title]  1122/44  1908 - 1918

Contents:
Income account book of Lady Mary Georgianna Culme Seymour with Messrs Hoare & Co. Stockbrokers of London (with details of investments held)

[no title]  1122/45  1908 - 1921

Contents:
Income account book of Lady Mary Georgianna Culme Seymour with Messrs Hoare & Co. Stockbrokers of London (with details of investments held)

[no title]  1122/46  1939 - 1945

Contents:
Income account book notes and capital account notes of Sir Michael and Lady Culme Seymour with Hoare & Co. Stockbrokers, London

[no title]  1122/47  1838 - 1863

Contents:
Details of stocks and shares held by Sir Michael and Lady Culme Seymour

[no title]  1122/48  1892

Contents:
Railway stocks held by Sir Michael Culme Seymour

[no title]  1122/49  1925

Contents:
Railway stocks held by Sir Michael Culme Seymour

[no title]  1122/50  1834

Contents:
Will of Sir Michael Seymour, Baronet, Rear Admiral, Royal Navy

[no title]  1122/51  1880

Contents:
Letter from John Wentworth Seymour of 5 Prince of Wales Terrace, Scarborough to Bewes, Boger and Hellard (Seymour estate solicitors) concerning his father Sir John Hobart Culme Seymour's Irish estates

[no title]  1122/52  1880

Contents:
Probate of the will of the Reverend Sir John Hobart Culme Seymour, Baronet, of Northchurch, Hertfordshire

[no title]  1122/53  1901

Contents:
Correspondence of Sir Michael Culme Seymour to Charles Theodore Bewes (solicitor) regarding his will (3 letters)

[no title]  1122/54  1912

Contents:
Estate duty forms on death of Sir Michael Culme Seymour's (3rd Baronet) wife Lady Georgianna Culme Seymour

[no title]  1122/55  1921

Contents:
Estate duty forms on death of Sir Michael Culme Seymour (3rd Baronet)

[no title]  1122/56  1929

Contents:
Life assurance policy of Sir Michael Culme Seymour (5th Baronet)

[no title]  1122/57  1937 - 1938

Contents:
Correspondence with Inspector of Taxes relating to Seymour estate

[no title]  1122/58  1892

Contents:
Costs and disbursements of Seymour estate solicitors, Bewes, Hellard and Bewes

[no title]  1122/59  1913-63 (not inclusive)

Contents:
Costs and disbursements; Seymour estate solicitors, Bewes and Dickinson

[no title]  1122/60  1880-1899

Contents:
Maintenance agreement; Sir John Hobart Culme Seymour (2nd Baronet) settlement on death for provision of his wife Maria Louisa Smith and children (includes legal correspondence)

[no title]  1122/61  1908-1922

Contents:
Maintenance agreement; Sir Michael Culme Seymour (3rd Baronet) settlement for provision of his wife Mary Georgianna Watson and children (with legal correspondence)

[no title]  1122/62  1925-1932

Contents:
Maintenance agreement; Sir Michael Culme Seymour (4th Baronet) settlement for provision of his wife Florence Agnes Louisa Nugent and children (with legal correspondence)

[no title]  1122/63  1948

Contents:
Maintenance agreement; Sir Michael Culme Seymour (5th Baronet) settlement for provision of his wife Lady Mary Faith Nesbitt

[no title]  1122/64  1892

Contents:
Investment dividend; Devonport Water Company

[no title]  1122/65  1939

Contents:
Legal correspondence; between Seymour estate and Plymouth City Council (and subsequent rejection notice) relating to proposed shops at Blandford Road, Compton, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/66  nd 20th c

Contents:
Two coloured plans; proposed layout of sites in Blandford Road, Plymouth, scale 1"=30', surveyor D Ward, 11 The Crescent, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/67  1936

Contents:
Sale conditions; Compton Park Villas Road

[no title]  1122/68  c 1950

Contents:
Conveyance (draft), consideration not given; 1) Sir Michael Culme Seymour of Tothill, Hampshire 2) - Bather, 6 Compton Park Villas

[no title]  1122/69  1939

Contents:
Agreement for laying gas mains in Rockingham Road, Plymouth; 1) Sir Michael Culme Seymour of Rockingham Castle, Northants, Baronet 2) Plymouth and Stonehouse Gas Light and Coke Company

[no title]  1122/70  1939

Contents:
Notice; recording that the Rockingham Road sewers were vested in Plymouth Corporation

[no title]  1122/71  1941

Contents:
Tenancy agreement, land in Rockingham Road, Plymouth; 1) Sir Michael Culme Seymour of Rockingham Castle, Northants 2) Edith Kate Bryant of 12 Culme Road, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/72  1941

Contents:
Tenancy agreement, 6 Rockingham Road, Plymouth; 1) Sir Michael Culme Seymour of Rockingham Castle, Northants 2) Albert Eagle Stedman of Asbury, Culme Road, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/73  1941

Contents:
Tenancy agreement, 9 Rockingham Road, Plymouth; 1) Sir Michael Culme Seymour of Rockingham Castle, Northants 2) Norman Gardiner Lane of 16 Culme Road, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/74  1941

Contents:
Tenancy agreement, 8 Rockingham Road, Plymouth; 1) Sir Michael Culme Seymour of Rockingham Castle, Northants 2) Richard Rigby

[no title]  1122/75  1941

Contents:
Tenancy agreement, land on eastern side of Rockingham Road, Plymouth, rent: £2 pa; 1) Sir Michael Culme Seymour of Rockingham Castle, Northants 2) Wesley Valentine Hooper of 23 Edgar Terrace, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/76  1942

Contents:
Tenancy agreement, 13 Rockingham Road, Plymouth, rent: 5s pa; 1) Sir Michael Culme Seymour of Rockingham Castle, Northants 2) Leonard Charles Tooley of 23 Rockingham Road, Plymouth, Branch Manager

[no title]  1122/77  1942

Contents:
Tenancy agreement, land on eastern side of Rockingham Road, Plymouth, rent: £6 pa; 1) Sir Michael Culme Seymour of Rockingham Castle, Northants 2) George Samuel John Searle of 13 Branckner Road, Plymouth, market gardener

[no title]  1122/78  1945

Contents:
Tenancy agreement, 3 Rockingham Road, Plymouth, rent: 10s pa; 1) Sir Michael Culme Seymour of Rockingham Castle, Northants 2) Reginald John Heard of 2 Bute Road, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/79  1945

Contents:
Tenancy agreement, 8 Rockingham Road, Plymouth, rent: 10s pa; 1) Sir Michael Culme Seymour of Rockingham Castle, Northants 2) Joseph Ernest Moyse of 3 Michael Road, Plymouth, civil servant

[no title]  1122/80  1948

Contents:
Legal correspondence; between Seymour estate and George Searle, tenant at Rockingham Road, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/81  1950

Contents:
Development plan; Rockingham Road, Plymouth, showing ten houses and garages

[no title]  1122/82  1930-1931

Contents:
Copy of redemption of tithe land; land at Seymour Road, Plymouth, with correspondence

[no title]  1122/83  1931

Contents:
Sale conditions (draft); Seymour Road estate

[no title]  1122/84  1931

Contents:
Agreement (draft), relating to building work at Seymour Road, Plymouth, consideration: £660; 1) Henry John Hewerton Edginton of 31 Lisson Grove, Mutley, Plymouth 2) Frederick George Downard of 1 Norybridge Villas, Woodford Road, Plympton and Roy Edgerton Downard of 47 Lanhydrock Road, Plymouth, builders

[no title]  1122/85  1935

Contents:
Tenancy agreement, Seymour Road Allotment Gardens, Rent: £10 pa; 1) Sir Michael Culme Seymour of Rockingham Castle, Northants 2) William Pengelly of 15 Connaught Avenue, Plymouth and John James Evans of 26 Percy Terrace, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/86  1935

Contents:
Tenancy agreement, land at Seymour Road, Plymouth, rent: £5 pa; 1) Sir Michael Culme Seymour of Rockingham Castle, Northants 2) William Henry Turpin of 4 Priory Terrace, Compton, Plymouth, retired tramway inspector and John Henry Rogers of 2 Charles Terrace, Plymouth, retired paviour

[no title]  1122/87  1936-1944

Contents:
Legal correspondence; relating to development of Seymour Road between Seymour estate and tenants

[no title]  1122/88  1936 & 1940

Contents:
Two receipts; sewering and levelling of Seymour Road, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/89  1942

Contents:
Tenancy agreement, land in Seymour Road, Plymouth, rent: £1 pa; 1) Sir Michael Culme Seymour of Rockingham Castle, Northants 2) Coast Artillery Searchlight Maintenance Party (Royal Engineers)

[no title]  1122/90(a-b)  1944

Contents:
Tenancy agreement (with draft), land at Seymour Road, Plymouth, rent: £9 5s pa; 1) Sir Michael Culme Seymour of Rockingham Castle, Northants 2) Randolph Lee Pawlby of 49 Ashford Road, Mutley, Plymouth, draughtsman in charge Post Office telephones and Stanley Waugh Plimsaul of 30 College Avenue, Plymouth, retired Post Office Superintendant

[no title]  1122/91  1953

Contents:
Plan; shows extention to Seymour Road, Plymouth, scale 1:500 surveyor D Ward, The Crescent, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/92  1955

Contents:
Typed copy of minutes of meeting; between Sir Michael Culme Seymour and Messrs Gill & Son regarding sale of land at Seymour Road, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/93  1955

Contents:
Circular; Ministry of Transport regarding the stopping up of Ashford Hill to Seymour Road, Plymouth (with Western Morning News cutting relating to)

[no title]  1122/94(a-b)  1955

Contents:
Tenancy agreement (draft and copy), land at Seymour Road, Plymouth, rent £5 pa; 1) Sir Michael Culme Seymour of Rockingham Castle, Northants 2) William Rowland Elford of 35 Compton Vale, Plymouth, civil engineer

[no title]  1122/95  1815

Contents:
Conveyance (copy), Middle and Further Fields, Lower Compton, Plymouth, consideration: £1600; 1) Thomas Symons of Compton Gifford, gent 2) George Veal of Plymouth Dock, victualler

[no title]  1122/96  1839

Contents:
Certificate (copy) of a contract for land tax redemption, Middle and Further Fields, Lower Compton

[no title]  1122/97  1851-1852

Contents:
Two copies of burial entries from Plymouth Charles parish register; Elizabeth Veal and Elizabeth Ann Veal

[no title]  1122/98  1888

Contents:
Inland Revenue succession duty forms for 1857; George, Mary Maud and Henry Veal

[no title]  1122/99(a)  1887

Contents:
Abstract of Title of Thomas Hellyer (under the will of the late George Veal), land in Lower Compton

[no title]  1122/99(b)  1887

Contents:
Conveyance, part of Middle and Further Fields, Compton, consideration: £300; 1) Thomas Hellyer of Plymouth, potter 2) Gustavus Gidley of Plymouth, gent

[no title]  1122/100  1888

Contents:
Conveyance, part of Middle and Further Fields, Compton, consideration: £132; 1) Gustavus Gidley of Plymouth, gent 2) Mary Maud Veal of Plymouth, spinster

[no title]  1122/101  1888

Contents:
Conveyance, part of Middle and Further Fields, Compton, consideration: £132; 1) Gustavus Gidley of Plymouth, gent 2) Henry Veal of Plymouth, gent

[no title]  1122/102(a)  1888

Contents:
Moertgage for £118, Middle and Further Fields, Compton; 1) George Veal of Plymouth, gent 2) Gustavus Gidley of Plymouth, gent

[no title]  1122/102(b)  1889

Contents:
Further charge to secure £200

[no title]  1122/103  1889

Contents:
Reconveyance, part of Middle and Further Fields, Compton, consideration: £118; 1) Gustavus Gidley of Plymouth, gent 2) George Veal of Plymouth, gent

[no title]  1122/104  1889

Contents:
Conveyance, part of Middle and Further Fields, Compton, consideration: £600; 1) George Veal of Plymouth, gent 2) Mary Maud Veal of Plymouth and Henry Veal of Plymouth, gent

[no title]  1122/105  1890

Contents:
Lease for 5 years, fields at Compton, rent: £65 pa; 1) Mary Maud Veal and Henry Veal both of Plymouth 2) Thomas Crook of Plymouth, Dairyman

[no title]  1122/106  1891

Contents:
Fire Insurance policy, Middle and Further Fields, Compton; Mary Maud Veal and Henry Veal

[no title]  1122/107  1894

Contents:
Schedule of deeds and documents, Middle and Further Fields, Compton

[no title]  1122/108  1894

Contents:
Abstract of Title of Mary Maud Veal and Henry Veal, Middle and Further Fields, Compton

[no title]  1122/109  1894

Contents:
Requisitions on title to land at Compton, with replies

[no title]  1122/110  1894

Contents:
Sale particulars, Middle and Further Fields, Compton

[no title]  1122/111(a&b)  1894

Contents:
Conveyance (2 drafts), Middle and Further Fields, Compton, consideration: £2500; 1) Mary Maud Veal and Henry Veal of Plymouth 2) George William Culme Soltau-Symons of Chaddlewood, Plympton St Mary (trustee of Seymour estate)

[no title]  1122/112  1960

Contents:
Legal correspondence, relating to temporary erection of television cables across Compton Vale; 1) Seymour Estate solicitors 2) Rediffusion (South-West) Limited

[no title]  1122/113  1818

Contents:
Lease, Chiswells Little Orchard, Compton Vale, rent: peppercorn; 1) Sir William Elford of Bickham, Baronet, Jonathan Elford of Uplands, esq, and John Tingcombe of Plymouth, esq 2) John Hele of Compton Gifford, yeoman

[no title]  1122/114  1856

Contents:
Conveyance (draft), land in Compton Gifford and Mannamead [Chiswells Little Orchard], consideration: £7109; 1) Sir John Hobart Culme Seymour of Northchurch, Herts, Baronet 2) Edward Crispe Ellery, esq, Francis Fowler, builder, and John Nicholas Bennett, gent, all of Plymouth 3) Charles Cobley Whiteford of Plymouth, gent

[no title]  1122/115  1884

Contents:
Lease for 7 years, Compton Hill Fields, Compton Vale, rent: £47 pa; 1) George Lewis Watson of Rockingham Castle, Northants and George William Culme Soltau-Symons of Chaddlewood, Plympton St Mary (trustees of the Seymour estate) 2) James Legassick of Plymouth, dairyman

[no title]  1122/116  1886

Contents:
Report from Francis Dymond, surveyor of Exeter, relating to sewers at Compton (2 Letters)

[no title]  1122/117  1893

Contents:
Copy correspondence, concerning The Priory, Lower Compton; 1) Seymour estate 2) Solicitors for Mr Fox

[no title]  1122/118(a-c)  1894

Contents:
Agreement, copy and draft copy, Exchange of lands in Compton Gifford to create a new road; 1) George William Culme Soltau-Symons and others 2) Sir Michael Culme Seymour 3) Charles William Henry Fox of the Priory House, Lower Compton, builder

[no title]  1122/119  1896

Contents:
Lease, fields in Compton Gifford, rent: £120 pa; 1) Sir Michael Culme Seymour of 1 Egerton Gardens, South Kensington, Middlesex 2) Frank Barrow of 26 Prospect Street, Plymouth, dairyman

[no title]  1122/120  1897

Contents:
Correspondence, regarding tenancy of land at Compton held by Frank Barrow and Mrs Legassick (4 letters); Hellard and Bewes, solicitors to Seymour estate

[no title]  1122/121  1900

Contents:
Sale particulars of freehold land at Lower Compton

[no title]  1122/122  1900

Contents:
Requisitions on title to land at Lower Compton held by James Foale

[no title]  1122/123  1900

Contents:
Legal correspondence regarding land at Lower Compton between Seymour estate and James Foale (8 Letters)

[no title]  1122/124(a&b)  1900

Contents:
Draft conveyance and copy, freehold land at Compton Gifford, consideration: £1225; 1) James Foale of Plymouth, retired smith 2) Sir Michael Culme Seymour of 1 Egerton Gardens, Kensington, London

[no title]  1122/125  1900

Contents:
Draft statutory declaration of James Foale regarding land at Compton

[no title]  1122/126  1902

Contents:
Draft supplemental abstract of title of Seymour estate to land at Compton

[no title]  1122/127  1908

Contents:
Legal correspondence of Seymour estate with tenants at Compton relating to trespassers (26 letters)

[no title]  1122/128  20th c

Contents:
Seven coloured plans of Seymour estate at Compton Vale, scale: 1:2500, surveyor: D Ward, 11 The Crescent, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/129  1944

Contents:
Coloured plan of Trefusis Valley, Lower Compton, scale: 1:2500, surveyor: Plymouth City Engineers Department

[no title]  1122/130  1891

Contents:
Seymour estates solicitors correspondence relating to the sale of 21 Chaddlewood Avenue, Plymouth (2 letters)

[no title]  1122/131  1915-1921

Contents:
Correspondence between London South Western Railway Company, Plymouth Borough Engineers and Seymour estate solicitors relating to the condition of a retaining wall in Clayton Road, Plymouth (15 Letters)

[no title]  1122/132  1914-1918

Contents:
Legal correspondence of Seymour estate solicitors relating to windows at 29 Cleveland Road, Plymouth (3 letters)

[no title]  1122/133  1883

Contents:
Draft conveyance, 2 Culme Terrace, Plymouth, consideration: £121; 1) George Lewis Watson of Rockingham Castle, Northants, esq and George William Culme Soltau-Symons of Chaddlewood, Plympton St Mary, esq 2) Sir Michael Culme Seymour of Grenville Place, South Kensington, Middlesex 3) Thomas James Steer of Plymouth, builder 4) Richard Whiting of Plymouth, metal merchant

[no title]  1122/134  1892

Contents:
Legal correspondence of Seymour estate solicitors relating to the sale of 9, 35 and 40 Desborough Road, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/135  1932

Contents:
Draft conveyance, land in parish of Charles and Desborough Road, Plymouth; 1) Arthur George Lascelles of Aldwinkle, Thrapstone, Northants, esq, and Godfrey Nix Dickinson of Plymouth, solicitor (trustees of the Seymour estate) 2) Sir Michael Culme Seymour of Rockingham Castle, Northants, Baronet

[no title]  1122/136  1892

Contents:
Sale agreement, 10 Egerton Crescent, Plymouth, consideration: £79; 1) George Lewis Watson of Rockingham Castle, Northants, esq, and George William Culme Soltau-Symons of Chaddlewood, Plympton St Mary, esq (trustees of the Seymour estate) 2) John and Frederick Wakeham of Plymouth, builders

[no title]  1122/137  1888

Contents:
Leter, from John Graves, solicitor, of 53 St Aubyn Street, Devonport, regarding 8 Evelyn Place and purchase of, by Seymour estate

[no title]  1122/138  1894

Contents:
Correspondence, between Seymour estate and residents of Glynn Terrace, Plymouth, regarding flooding of the road (12 letters)

[no title]  1122/139  1890

Contents:
Conveyance, 14 Greenbank Avenue, Plymouth, consideration: £130; 1) George Lewis Watson and George William Culme Soltau-Symons, esquires (trustees of the Seymour estate) 2) Sir Michael Culme Seymour 3) John Walter Parson of Brunswick Road, Plymouth, builder

[no title]  1122/140(a&b)  1884

Contents:
Conveyance and copy, 7 Grenville Road, Plymouth, consideration: £91; 1) George Lewis Watson and George William Culme Soltau-Symons (trustees of Seymour estate) 2) Sir Michael Culme Seymour 3) John Walter Parson of Brunswick Road, Plymouth, builder

[no title]  1122/141  1887

Contents:
Petition, Grenville Road residents to Seymour estate re: beer-house licence

[no title]  1122/142  1896

Contents:
Conveyance, 58 Grenville Road, Plymouth, consideration: £86; 1) Trustees of Seymour estate 2) Sir Michael Culme Seymour 3) Alfred Coad of 42 Grenville Road, Plymouth, builder

[no title]  1122/143  1898

Contents:
Borough of Plymouth notice, to Seymour estate regarding overflowing cess-pool at Grenville Road, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/144  1886-1891

Contents:
Purchase prices, of properties in Grenville and Desborough Roads, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/145  c1911

Contents:
Legal correspondence, with London and South Western Railway Company and Seymour estate re: making up of Desborough Road, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/146  1914-1922

Contents:
Legal correspondence, between Seymour estate and the London and South Western Railway Company, relating to the making up of Langham Place, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/147  1881

Contents:
Conveyance, property bounded by Lipson Road; 1) Reverend Thomas Archer Bewes of Plymouth, clerk 2) Trustees of the Seymour estate 3) Corporation of Plymouth

[no title]  1122/148  1924-5

Contents:
Correspondence, relating to the erection of a dairy at 8 May Terrace, Plymouth, with local residents objections

[no title]  1122/149  1903

Contents:
Conveyance, land on north side of Old Laira Road, consideration: £1,154; 1) Trustees of the Seymour estate 2) Sir Michael Culme Seymour 3) Corporation of Plymouth

[no title]  1122/150(a&b)  1910

Contents:
Conveyance and draft copy, land for the improvement of Old Laira Road, Plymouth, consideration: £267; 1) Trustees of the Seymour estate 2) Borough of Plymouth

[no title]  1122/151  1910-1911

Contents:
Correspondence, Town Clerk of Plymouth relating to widening of Old Laira Road, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/152  1925

Contents:
Draft conveyance, land on the south side of Old Laira Road, Plymouth, consideration: £60; 1) Trustees of the Seymour estate 2) James Blatchford of 1 Sevenfield Terrace, Laira, Plymouth, builder

[no title]  1122/153  late 19th c

Contents:
Petition, by residents of Parson Terrace to Seymour estate office, re: "quagmire" at the rear of the road

[no title]  1122/154  1889

Contents:
Conveyance, land and churchroom at St Judes, Plymouth, consideration: £140; 1) George Lewis Watson of Rockingham Castle, Northampton, esq, and George William Culme Soltau-Symons of Chaddlewood, Plympton St Mary, esq, (trustees of the Seymour estate) 2) Sir Michael Culme Seymour of 4 Grenville Place, London 3) Reverend Thomas Henry Howard, vicar of St Judes

[no title]  1122/155  1890

Contents:
Conveyance, 40 Seymour Avenue, Plymouth, consideration: £76; 1) George Lewis Watson and George William Culme Soltau-Symons, esquires, (trustees of the Seymour estate) 2) Richard Rogers of Plymouth, builder

[no title]  1122/156  1891

Contents:
Conveyance, 32 Seymour Avenue, Plymouth, consideration: £355; 1) George Lewis Watson and George William Culme Soltau-Symons, esquires (trustees of the Seymour estate) 2) William H Symons of 32 Seymour Avenue, Plymouth, oil merchant

[no title]  1122/157  1891

Contents:
Conveyance, 41 Seymour Avenue, Plymouth, consideration: £85; 1) Trustees of the Seymour estate 2) Richard Rogers of 41 Seymour Avenue, Plymouth, builder

[no title]  1122/158  1891

Contents:
Conveyance, 32 Seymour Avenue, Plymouth, consideration: £340; 1) Trustees of the Seymour estate 2) Richard Rogers of Plymouth, builder

[no title]  1122/159  1895

Contents:
Correspondence, of Richard Rogers of Plymouth relating to 32 Seymour Avenue, Plymouth (3 letters)

[no title]  1122/160  1846

Contents:
Conveyance, Lipson Mill, Plymouth, consideration: £500; 1) Reverend Sir John Hobart Culme Seymour of Northchurch, Herts, Baronet, 2) James Yonge of Plymouth, doctor, Reverend Thomas Archer Bewes of Bishops Lydeard, Somerset, clerk, Reverend Edward Goddard of Pagham, Sussex, clerk, and Reverend Richard Seymour of Blunham, Bedford, clerk 3) William Ryder of Lipson, Plymouth, miller 4) John Ryder of East Stonehouse, gent

[no title]  1122/161  1846

Contents:
Copy will of William Ryder of Lipson Mill, Plymouth, miller

[no title]  1122/162  1852

Contents:
Mortgage for £100 + interest, Lipson Mill, Plymouth; 1) Mary Ryder of Plymouth, widow and William Henry Passmore and Mary, his wife 2) Thomas Brown of Plymouth, gent

[no title]  1122/163  1853

Contents:
Mortgage for £300 + interest, Lipson Mill, Plymouth; 1) Mary Ryder of Plymouth, widow 2) John Ryder of Lipson Mill, Plymouth, miller and his wife Bridget 3) Mary Ellen Gillard of Plymouth, spinster

[no title]  1122/164  1873

Contents:
Conveyance, Lipson Mill field, Plymouth, consideration: £10; 1) South Devon Railway Company 2) James Nankivell of Lipson, tallow chandler

[no title]  1122/165  1875

Contents:
Annuity receipt, for Inland Revenue account of the estate of William Ryder

[no title]  1122/166  1875

Contents:
Inland Revenue succession duty receipt, on death of Mary Ryder of Lipson Mill, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/167  1877

Contents:
Notice of intention to sell Lipson Mill, in default of payment of £300 mortgage; 1) Emma Chilcote, Laura Chilcote and Charles Chilcote of Plymouth 2) William Blake Crews

[no title]  1122/168  1878

Contents:
Requisitions on title of Lipson Mill

[no title]  1122/169  1878

Contents:
Abstract of title, to Lipson Mill of Charles Chilcote, Emma Chilcote and Laura Chilcote

[no title]  1122/170  1878

Contents:
Conveyance, Lipson Mill land, Plymouth, consideration: £400; 1) William Henry Passmore of Victoria, Australia, court-keeper 2) Robert Chilcote of Brixham, gent and John Peter Were of Plymouth, accountant

[no title]  1122/171  1878

Contents:
Sale agreement, Lipson Mill, consideration: £850; 1) Emma Chilcote of Brixham, spinster 2) Reverend Thomas Archer Bewes of Plymouth, clerk and Reverend Richard Seymour of Kinwarton, Warwickshire, clerk

[no title]  1122/172  1878

Contents:
Conveyance, Lipson Mill, Plymouth, consideration: £850; 1) Robert Chilcote of Brixham, gent 2) Reverend Richard Seymour, of Kinwarton, Warwickshire, clerk and Reverend Thomas Archer Bewes of Plymouth, clerk

[no title]  1122/173  1878

Contents:
Legal correspondence relating to the sale of Lipson Mill

[no title]  1122/174  1884

Contents:
Surrender of lease, Lipson Mill and Tozers; 1) Mrs Ann Chubb of Plymouth, widow 2) Sir Michael Culme Seymour of 4 Grenville Place, South Kensington, Middlesex, Baronet

[no title]  1122/175  1889

Contents:
Conveyance, part of Lipson Mill field, Plymouth, consideration: £70; 1) James Nankivell of Devonport 2) Daniel Avent of Plymouth, cowkeeper

[no title]  1122/176  1889

Contents:
Conveyance, land near Lipson Mill, Plymouth, consideration: £80; 1) Daniel Avent of Plymouth, cowkeeper 2) George Lewis Watson of Rockingham Castle, Northampton, esq and George William Culme Soltau-Seymons of Chaddlewood, Plympton St Mary, esq

[no title]  1122/177  1894

Contents:
Legal correspondence, Hellard and Bewes, solicitors for the Seymour estate relating to the sale of land at Lipson Mill, Plymouth (16 letters)

[no title]  1122/178  1913

Contents:
Fire insurance policy, Lipson Mill House

[no title]  1122/179 (a&b)  1951

Contents:
Tenancy agreement and draft copy, land at Lipson Mill, rent: £30 pa; 1) Sir Michael Culme Seymour of Rockingham Castle, Leicester, baronet 2) Wladyslaw Kacprowicz of Rock Cottage, Cornwood 3) William Ernest Stephens of Bays Cottage, Cornwood, newsagent

[no title]  1122/180  nd

Contents:
Coloured plan, Lipson Mill Field, scale: 1/8" = 1'

[no title]  1122/181  1868

Contents:
Lease for 7 years, Lipson Farm, Rent: £300; 1) Reverend John Hobart Culme Seymour of Northchurch, Hertfordshire, Baronet 2) Ann Chubb of Plymouth, widow

[no title]  1122/182  1884

Contents:
Terms and conditions, for letting Lipson Farm

[no title]  1122/183  1892

Contents:
Terms and conditions, for letting Lipson Farm

[no title]  1122/184  1913

Contents:
Fire insurance policy, Lipson Farm

[no title]  1122/185  1920

Contents:
Letter; regarding a barn at Lipson Farm, from Mr Tucker

[no title]  1122/186  1935

Contents:
Tenancy agreement, Lipson Farm, rent: £148 pa; 1) Sir Michael Culme Seymour of Rockingham Castle, Northampton, Baronet 2) Sidney John Tucker of 32 Flora Street, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/187  1951

Contents:
Notes; sale of Lipson Farm, part of Seymour estate

[no title]  1122/188 (a&b)  1954

Contents:
Tenancy agreement (supplemental) and draft, Lipson Farm, rent: £59 pa; 1) Sir Michael Culme Seymour of Rockingham Castle, Northampton, Baronet 2) Sidney John Tucker of 'Westerly', Dousland, Devon

[no title]  1122/189  1954

Contents:
Dispute over tenancy of Sidney Tucker at Lipson Farm and heads of agreement

[no title]  1122/190  1957

Contents:
Notice, to quit Lipson Farm, served on Sidney Tucker

[no title]  1122/191  post 1957

Contents:
5 Coloured plans of Lipson Farm, scale: 1:2500

[no title]  1122/192  1962

Contents:
Legal correspondence and surrender of tenancy of Lipson Farm by Sidney Tucker

[no title]  1122/193  1834

Contents:
Lease (copy), Lipson House, field and lands in Churchstow, Outland and Deevers Hills and Wrinckley Down in Charleton, consideration: 5s; 1) John Lowe of Glaze Brook, South Brent, his wife Catharine and Elizabeth Shortland of Lipson House, Plymouth, widow 2) Abraham Mills Hawkins of Butville, Dodbrooke, esq

[no title]  1122/194  1834

Contents:
Deed of partition (copy), Lamb Park Field, Lipson House, field and lands in Churchstow, Outland, Deevers Hills and Wrinckley Down in Charleton; 1) John Lowe of Glaze Brook, South Brent, his wife Catharine 2) Elizabeth Shortland of Lipson House, Plymouth, widow 3) Abraham Mills Hawkins of Butville, Dodbrooke

[no title]  1122/195  1861

Contents:
Disclaimer, of Captain Peter Frederick Shortland, Royal Navy, of Carlton, New Brunswick, USA, renouncing all right of title of estate of his mother Elizabeth Shortland

[no title]  1122/196  1862

Contents:
Conveyance, Lamb Park Field, Lipson garden, Plymouth, consideration: £650; 1) George Tonkin Shortland of Plymouth, barrister and Willoughby Shortland of Courtland, Charleton, esq 2) Edward Shortland of Ford Park, Compton Gifford, physician

[no title]  1122/197  1869

Contents:
Conveyance, Lamb Park, Plymouth, consideration: £800; 1) Edward Shortland of 2 Hartley Villas, Compton Gifford, doctor 2) John Thomas Savery of Modbury, gent

[no title]  1122/198  1869

Contents:
Conveyance, Lipson House and lawn, Plymouth, consideration: 10s; 1) Edward Shortland of 2 Hartley Villas, Compton, doctor 2) Thomas G Shortland of Pomeroy Villa, Berry Pomeroy

[no title]  1122/199  1869

Contents:
Copy will, of John Thomas Savery of Modbury, solicitor

[no title]  1122/200  1879

Contents:
Declaration of John Thomas Savery concerning Lipson House, lawn, and Lamb Park, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/201  1879

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage for £1400, Lamb Park, Plymouth; 1) John Thomas Savery of Modbury, solicitor 2) William Joseph Square of Plymouth, surgeon

[no title]  1122/202  1883

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage for £300 + interest, Lipson House, Plymouth; 1) Margaret Amelia Savery of Penzance, Cornwall, widow 2) William Joseph Square of Plymouth, surgeon

[no title]  1122/203  1884

Contents:
2 letters from J Snell of Plymouth relating to valuation of Lipson House and land for Mrs M Savery

[no title]  1122/204  1884

Contents:
Agreement for the production of deeds for Lipson House, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/205  1885

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage for £2000 + interest, Lipson House and lands, Plymouth; 1) William Joseph Square of Plymouth, surgeon 2) William Luscombe of Plymouth, gent

[no title]  1122/206(a and b)  1885

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage for £2,000 + interest and copy, part of Lipson Lawn, Plymouth; 1) William Luscombe for Devonport, gent 2) Margaret Amelia Savery of Plymouth, widow

[no title]  1122/206(c)  1887

Contents:
Further charge for £1000 + interest, part of Lipson Lawn, Plymouth; 1) William Luscombe for Devonport, gent 2) Margaret Amelia Savery of Plymouth, widow

[no title]  1122/206(d)  1888

Contents:
Further charge for £250 + interest, part of Lipson Lawn, Plymouth; 1) William Luscombe for Devonport, gent 2) Margaret Amelia Savery of Plymouth, widow

[no title]  1122/207  1890

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage for £3,350 + interest, Lipson House, Lawn, and Lamb Park, Plymouth; 1) William Luscombe of Plymouth, esq 2) British Empire Mutual Life Assurance Company, King William Street, London

[no title]  1122/208  1892

Contents:
Agreement, widening of Old Laira Road, through Lipson; 1) Margaret Amelia Savery of Lipson House, widow 2) Mayor, Alderman and Burgesses of Plymouth

[no title]  1122/209  1892

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage for £3,700 + interest, Lipson House and Lawn, Plymouth; 1) Margaret Amelia Savery of Lipson House, Plymouth, widow 2) Henry J Snell of Plymouth, architect

[no title]  1122/210  1895

Contents:
Land redemption certificate, for Lipson House, Lawn and Lamb Park

[no title]  1122/211  1896

Contents:
Sale particulars, Lipson House estate, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/212  1896

Contents:
Estate duty certificate, on death of Margaret Amelia Savery of Lipson House

[no title]  1122/213  1896

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage for £4,250, Lipson House, Lawn and Lamb Park, Plymouth; 1) Henry J Snell of 13 Courtenay Street, Plymouth, architect 2) Clift Ford of 55 Gorst Road, Wandsworth Common, Surrey, esq

[no title]  1122/214  1919

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage for £1000, Lamb Park, Plymouth; 1) Clift Ford of Meads Crest, Denton Road, Eastbourne, Sussex, gent 2) Arthur George Lascelles of Aldwinkle, Thrapstone, Northants, esq

[no title]  1122/215  early 20th c

Contents:
Typed schedule of deeds, relating to Lipson House, Lawn and Lamb Park, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/216  1874

Contents:
Conveyance, Tothill Meadow, Plymouth, consideration: £380; 1) Reverend Thomas Archer Bewes of Plymouth, clerk 2) Reverend Isaac Hawker of Plymouth, clerk

[no title]  1122/217(a-c)  1875

Contents:
Draft (2) conveyance and a copy, Tothill Meadow, Plymouth, consideration: £381; 1) Reverend Thomas Archer Bewes of Plymouth, clerk 2) Reverend Isaac Hawker of Plymouth, clerk

[no title]  1122/218  1875

Contents:
Requisitions on title of Tothill Meadow, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/219  1882

Contents:
Lease for 5 years, Land at Tothill, Plymouth, rent: £125; 1) Trustees of Seymour estate 2) Samuel Scoble of 10 Melbourne Street, Plymouth, dairyman

[no title]  1122/220  1882

Contents:
Draft lease for 21 years, Tothill Garden Nursery, Plymouth, rent: £50 pa; 1) George Lewis Watson of Rockingham Castle, Northamptonshire, esq and George William Culme Soltau-Symons of Chaddlewood, Plympton St Mary, esq 2) Sir Michael Culme Seymour of 4 Grenville Place, South Kensington, Baronet 3) Amos Groombridge of Plymouth, gardener and seedsman

[no title]  1122/221  1890

Contents:
Fire insurance policy of Amos Groombridge for Tothill Nursery, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/222  1924

Contents:
Tenancy agreement, land on Tothill Recreation Ground, rent: 1 shilling pa; 1) Vice Admiral Sir Michael Culme Seymour, of Tothill, Bransgore, Hampshire 2) Plymouth Corporation

Plymouth, Devonport & South Western Junction Railway (Friary)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1122/223  1888

Contents:
Notices from railway company to Seymour estate relating to Friary Yard development, Plymouth, and sale of timber for railway

[no title]  1122/224  1890

Contents:
Notice from railway company of intention to apply to Board of Trade to appoint a surveyor

[no title]  1122/225  1890

Contents:
3 coloured plans of Seymour estate property at Tothill, Plymouth. Surveyor James H Keats (no scale given)

[no title]  1122/226  1890

Contents:
Appointment of Francis Dymond as arbitrator in case concerning land Friary Yard, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/227  1890-1893

Contents:
Legal correspondence between railway company and Seymour estate concerning Friary Yard and station

[no title]  1122/228  1890-1891

Contents:
Land valuations on widening railway line at Friary, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/229  1891

Contents:
Requisitions on title and claimants brief in arbitration between Seymour estate and railway company in dispute over Friary Yard, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/230  1888-1891

Contents:
Costs and disbursements of Seymour estate solicitor Bewes in matter relating to Friary Yard, Plymouth

Devon and Cornwall Railway (Sutton Harbour Branch)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1122/231  1873 1874 & 1919-1920

Contents:
Correspondence re Sutton Harbour Branch Railway between the Seymour estate and Devon and Cornwall Railway

[no title]  1122/232  1874

Contents:
Observations on title of Sir John Hobart Culme Seymour to land in the parish of Charles, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/233  1874

Contents:
Conveyance (copy), land in the parish of Charles, Plymouth, for railway line to Sutton Harbour, rent: £250, (with two copies); 1) Reverend Sir John Hobart Culme Seymour of Northchurch, Herts 2) Devon and Cornwall Railway Company

[no title]  1122/234  1874-1875

Contents:
Memorandums of agreement (as above) and instruction to settle draft conveyance

[no title]  1122/235  1875

Contents:
Conveyance, land in the parish of Charles, Plymouth, for railway line to Sutton Harbour, consideration: £6,250, (with copy); 1) Reverend Sir John Hobart Culme Seymour of Northchurch, Herts 2) Devon and Cornwall Railway Company

[no title]  1122/236  1875

Contents:
Conveyance, land in the parish of Charles, Plymouth, for railway line to Sutton Harbour, consideration: £300; 1) Reverend Sir John Hobart Culme Seymour of Northchurch, Herts 2) Devon and Cornwall Railway Company

[no title]  1122/237  1920

Contents:
Requisitions on title of Seymour estate to land in the parish of Charles, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/238  1920

Contents:
Conveyance, land in the parish of Charles, Plymouth for the Great Western Railway at Laira, Plymouth; 1) Seymour estate trustees 2) Great Western Railway Company

Plymouth: Charles  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1122/239(a)  1823

Contents:
Deed of partition, moiety of property in parish of Charles, Plymouth; 1) Elizabeth Culme and Frances Culme, both of Tothill, Plymouth, spinsters 2) Jonathan Luxmoore of Plymouth, gent

[no title]  1122/239(b)  1823

Contents:
Assignment, moiety of property in parish of Charles, Plymouth; 1) Elizabeth Culme and Frances Culme, both of Tothill, Plymouth, spinsters 2) Jonathan Luxmoore of Plymouth, gent

[no title]  1122/240  1866

Contents:
Grant, lands and property in Charles parish, Plymouth; 1) Reverend Sir John Hobart Culme Seymour of Northchurch, Hertfordshire, Baronet 2) Michael Culme Seymour, son of the above

[no title]  1122/241  1894

Contents:
Board of Agriculture correspondence with Seymour estate relating to tithe redemption in the parish of Charles, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/242  1904

Contents:
Deed of exchange, land in the parish of Charles, Plymouth; 1) Trustees of Seymour estate 2) London and South Western Railway Company

[no title]  1122/243(a)  1908

Contents:
Sale conditions for Seymour freehold estate, Charles parish, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/243(b)  1910

Contents:
Abstract of title of Mayor, Aldermen and Burgesses of Plymouth to land in parish of Charles

[no title]  1122/244(a)  1911

Contents:
Exchange of lands; 1) Mayor, Aldermen and Burgesses of the Borough of Plymouth 2) Trustees of Sir Michael Culme Seymour's estate in parish of Charles, Plymouth

[no title or date]  1122/244(b)

Contents:
Draft (as above)

[no title or date]  1122/244(c)

Contents:
Rough draft (as above)

[no title or date]  1122/244(d)

Contents:
Copy (as above)

[no title]  1122/245  1916

Contents:
Draft conveyance, land in parish of Charles, Plymouth; 1) Arthur George Lascelles of Aldwinkle, Thrapstone, Northampton, esq and Godfrey Nix Dickinson of East Stonehouse, solicitor 2)-

[no title]  1122/246  c1925

Contents:
Sale conditions for parish of Charles, part of Seymour estate

[no title]  1122/247  1925

Contents:
Draft sale contract, land in Charles, Plymouth; 1) Trustees of Seymour estate 2)-

[no title]  1122/248  1932

Contents:
Abstract of title of Sir Michael Culme Seymour to property in Charles, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/249  1933 & 1935

Contents:
2 receipts from Queen Anne's Bounty on merger of tithes in Charles, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/250  1934

Contents:
Abstract of title of Sir Michael Culme Seymour to land in parish of Charles, Plymouth (copy)

[no title]  1122/251  1934

Contents:
Draft agreement, for 2 to supply water to premises in Plymouth (inspecified); 1) Sir Michael Culme Seymour of Rockingham Castle, Northamptonshire, Baronet and Lieutenant in Royal Navy 2) Plymouth Corporation

[no title]  1122/252  193[-]

Contents:
Draft agreement, to buy land numbered 1 and 10 on Charles parish tithe map, Plymouth; 1) Sir Michael Culme Seymour 2)-

[no title]  1122/253  1936

Contents:
Draft general sale conditions to freehold site no 2, Charles, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/254  1937

Contents:
Draft general sale conditions to freehold site no 2, Charles, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/255  1938

Contents:
Abstract of settlements of 1866, 1877 and 1893 relating to land in Charles, Plymouth, belonging to Sir Michael Culme Seymour

[no title]  1122/256  1939

Contents:
(Copy) general sale conditions to freehold site no 3, Charles, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/257(a)  1953

Contents:
(Draft) general sale conditions to freehold site no 4, Charles, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/257(b)  1953

Contents:
(Draft) general sale conditions to freehold site no 4, Charles, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/258  1954

Contents:
General sale conditions to freehold site no 5, Charles, Plymouth

[no title]  1122/259  1960

Contents:
General sale conditions to freehold site no 5, Charles, Plymouth

Plympton St Mary: Ley/Collaford/Voss Farms  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1122/260  1831

Contents:
Abstract of title of Benjamin Snell to Ley and Collaford, Plympton St Mary

[no title]  1122/261  1831

Contents:
Further abstract of title of Benjamin Snell to Ley and Collaford

[no title]  1122/262  1834

Contents:
Sale conditions for Ley and Collaford, Plympton St Mary

[no title]  1122/263  1834

Contents:
Copy will of Benjamin Snell of Landulph, Cornwall

[no title]  1122/264  1834

Contents:
Lease, Collaford, Plympton St Mary, rent: peppercorn, consideration: 5s; 1) William Rendell of Callington, Cornwall, gent, Edward Hambly of Callington, Cornwall, gent, and Hugh Snell of Callington, Cornwall, gent 2) James Yonge of Plymouth, doctor of medicine, Reverend Thomas Archer Bewes of Plymouth, clerk, Reverend Edward Goddard of Pagham, Sussex, and Reverend Richard Seymour of Blunham, Bedford, clerk

[no title]  1122/265  1834

Contents:
Conveyance, part of Collaford, Plympton St Mary, consideration: £2,200; 1) William Rendell, Edward Hambly and Hugh Snell, all of Callington, Cornwall, gents 2) Reverend Richard Seymour of Blunham, Bedford, clerk 3) Mary Snell, widow of Benjamin Snell of Landulph, Cornwall 4) Jonathan Luxmoore of Plymouth, gent

[no title]  1122/266  1834-1835

Contents:
Correspondence between Hugh Snell of Callington, Cornwall and Jonathan Luxmoore of Plymouth, relating to the sale of Collaford, Plympton St Mary (3 letters)

[no title]  1122/267  1852

Contents:
Lease for 15 years, Collaford, Plympton St Mary, rent: £35 pa; 1) William Rendell of Callington, Cornwall, surgeon and Edmund Hambly of Bodway, Menheniot, Cornwall, gent 2) Edward Hosking of Ford, Plympton St Mary, yeoman

[no title]  1122/268  1863

Contents:
Abstract of title of William Rendell and Edmund Hambly to Collaford, Plympton St Mary

[no title]  1122/269  1863

Contents:
Sale particulars of Collaford and Ley, Plympton St Mary

[no title]  1122/270  1863

Contents:
Conveyance, Collaford, Plympton St Mary, consideration: £1200; 1) William Rendell of Plymouth, esq and Edmund Hambly of Menheniot, Cornwall, gent 2) Mary Snell of Landulph, Cornwall, widow 3) Reverend Sir John Hobart Culme Seymour of Northchurch, Hertfordshire, Baronet 4) James Yonge of Plymouth, doctor of medicine, Reverend Thomas Archer Bewes of Plymouth, clerk and Reverend Richard Seymour of Kinwarton, Warwickshire, clerk

[no title]  1122/271  1863

Contents:
Statutory declaration of Benjamin Snell relating to Collaford, Plympton St Mary

[no title]  1122/272  1864

Contents:
Covenant for the production of deeds of Collaford, Plympton St Mary

[no title]  1122/273(a)  1882

Contents:
Lease for 12 years, Collaford and Voss, Plympton St Mary, rent: £220 pa; 1) Rear Admiral Sir Michael Culme Seymour, of 4 Grenville Place, Middlesex 2) Samuel Cockrem of Voss Farm, Plympton St Mary, farmer

[no title or date]  1122/273(b)

Contents:
Draft copy (as above)

[no title]  1122/274  1884

Contents:
Inspection report on Collaford, Plympton St Mary, prepared for Sir Michael Culme Seymour

[no title]  1122/275  1893

Contents:
Draft mortgage for £1,500 + interest, Voss and Collaford, Plympton St Mary; 1) Samuel Cockrem of Voss, Plympton St Mary, farmer 2) John Thomas Soltau of Little Efford, and Charles Bewes of Inceworth. Compton Gifford

[no title]  1122/276(a)  1893

Contents:
Draft conveyance, Collaford and Voss, Plympton St Mary; 1) Sir Michael Culme Seymour of 1 Egerton Gardens, Middlesex 2) Samuel Cockrem of Voss, Plympton St Mary, farmer

[no title]  1122/276(b)  1893

Contents:
Draft conveyance (Collaford and Voss, Plympton St Mary; 1) Sir Michael Culme Seymour of 1 Egerton Gardens, Middlesex 2) Samuel Cockrem of Voss, Plympton St Mary, farmer)

Out of County  [no ref. or date]

Manor Cottage, Old Windsor, Berkshire  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1122/277  c1896

Contents:
Copy schedule of deeds relating to Manor Cottage, Old Windsor (1836-1891)

[no title]  1122/278  1896

Contents:
Legal correspondence from Kendall, Price and Francis, 61 Carey Street, London, WC, concerning sale of Manor Cottage, to Seymour estate (6 letters)

[no title]  1122/279  1896

Contents:
Legal fees and disbursements of Hellard and Bewes, solicitors to the Seymour estate, relating to the sale of Manor Cottage, Old Windsor

Hill Farm, Christchurch, Hampshire  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1122/280  1913

Contents:
Abstract of title of Charles Thomas to Hill Farm, Christchurch, with coloured plan

[no title]  1122/281  1913

Contents:
Supplemental abstract of title of Charles Thomas to Hill Farm, Christchurch

[no title]  1122/282  1910-1913

Contents:
Copy schedule of deeds relating to Hill farm, Christchurch

[no title]  1122/283  1913

Contents:
Requisitions on title relating to Hill Farm, Christchurch

[no title]  1122/284  1913

Contents:
Mortgage for £275, Part of Hill Farm estate, Christchurch, Hampshire; 1) Arthur Hugh Clough of Burley, Southampton, esq 2) Charles Thomas of Christchurch, Hampshire, coachbuilder

[no title]  1122/285  1913

Contents:
Mortgage for £275 + interest, Hill Farm estate, Christchurch

[no title]  1122/286  1913-1914

Contents:
Legal correspondence relating to purchase of Hill Farm, Christchurch by Charles Thomas

[no title]  1122/287  1913

Contents:
Memorandum of sale agreement, Hill Farm, Christchurch; 1) Charles Thomas of Hill Farm, Christchurch, coachbuilder 2) Admiral Sir Michael Culme Seymour, Baronet, of Wadenhoe, Northamptonshire

[no title]  1122/288  1913

Contents:
Opinion on title regarding land at Hill Farm, Christchurch by J Hay, Lincoln's Inn, London

[no title]  1122/289(a)  1913

Contents:
Conveyance, land at Hill Farm, Christchurch, consideration: £900; 1) Charles Thomas of Hill Farm, Christchurch, coachbuilder 2) George William Culme Soltau-Symons of Chaddlewood, Plympton St Mary, Devon and Harry Davies Bewes of East Stonehouse, solicitor

[no title or date]  1122/289(b)

Contents:
Copy of above, with draft

[no title]  1122/290  1913

Contents:
Abstract of title of George Whitfield to premises at Hill Farm, Christchurch

[no title]  1122/291  1914

Contents:
Requisitions on title relating to Hill Farm, Christchurch

[no title]  1122/292(a)  1914

Contents:
Sale agreement, Hill Farm, Christchurch, consideration: £375; 1) George Whitfield of Hill Farm, Christchurch, farmer 2) Sir Michael Culme Seymour of Wadenhoe, Oundle, Northants

[no title or date]  1122/292(b)

Contents:
Draft conveyance as above

[no title]  1122/293  1914

Contents:
Costs and disbursements from Seymour estate solicitors Bewes and Dickinson relating to purchase of Hill Farm estate

[no title]  1122/294  c1919

Contents:
List of property held by Sir Michael Culme Seymour at Hill Farm, Christchurch

Brangsgore, Hampshire  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1122/295  1913

Contents:
Valuation and report on land at Thorney Hill near Bransgore, Hampshire, by R Hankinson, surveyor, Bournemouth

[no title]  1122/296  1921

Contents:
Fire insurnace policy for Tothill House, Bransgore

[no title]  1122/297  1925

Contents:
House insurance policy for Tothill House, home of Sir Michael Culme Seymour (copy)

[no title]  1122/298  1925

Contents:
Sale particulars of Tothill, Bransgore, Hampshire

[no title]  1122/299  1926

Contents:
Vesting deed respecting land at Tothill, Bransgore, part of Sir Michael Culme Seymour's settlement trust

Northchurch, Herts  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1122/300  1845

Contents:
Lease (copy), land in Northchurch, Herts; 1) Henry Brandreath Duncombe of Robinson's Row, Kingsland, Hackney, Middlesex, chemist 2) Sir John Hobart Culme Seymour of Northchurch, Baronet

[no title]  1122/301  1875

Contents:
Mortgage for £1,300 + interest, "The Anchor" beer-house, and six houses with outbuildings, Northchurch, Herts; 1) Michael Culme Seymour of 4 Grenville Place, South Kensington, Middlesex, Captain in the Royal Navy 2) Reverend Sir John Hobart Culme Seymour of Northchurch, Herts, Baronet 3) Sir Thomas Sabine Pasley of Moorhill, Fareham, Hants, Admiral in the Royal Navy

[no title]  1122/302  1881

Contents:
Agreement by beneficiaries about the division of household effects of the Reverend Sir John Hobart Culme Seymour deceased of Northchurch and Gloucester

[no title]  1122/303  1882

Contents:
Draft agreement, relating to production of deeds to prove title at Northchurch; 1) Sir Michael Culme Seymour of HMS Duke of Wellington 2) Reverend Augustus Frederick Birch of Northchurch, Herts, clerk in Holy orders

South Kensington  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1122/304  1890

Contents:
Assignment of lease, 1 Egerton Gardens, South Kensington; 1) Sir Michael Culme Seymour of 4 Grenville Place, South Kensington, London, Baronet and Vice Admiral in the Royal Navy 2) George Lewis Watson of Rockingham Castle, Northampton, esq and George William Culme Soltau-Symonds of Chaddlewood, Plympton St Mary, Devon, esq

[no title]  1122/305  1875

Contents:
Mortgage for "2500 + interest, 4 Grenville Place, South Kensington; 1) Captain Michael Culme Seymour of 4 Grenville Place, South Kensington, Captain in Royal Navy 2) Sir Thomas Sabine Pasley of Moorhill, Fareham, Hants, Baronet and Admiral in the Royal Navy and Reverend William Elphinstone Malcolm of Burnfoot, Dumfries, Scotland, clerk in Holy orders

[no title]  1122/306  1890

Contents:
Correspondence between Seymour estate and Mrs Kennedy, relating to tenancy of 4 Grenville Place, South Kensington

[no title]  1122/307  1890

Contents:
Lease for 21 years, 4 Grenville Place, South Kensington, rent: £140 pa; 1) Admiral Sir Michael Culme Seymour of 1 Egerton Gardens, South Kensington 2) Mrs Anne Kennedy of 2 Richmond Hill, Monkstown, Dublin, Ireland, widow

[no title]  1122/308  1890

Contents:
Schedule of landlords' and tenants' fixtures at 4 Grenville Place, property of Sir Michael Culme Seymour

[no title]  1122/309  1899

Contents:
Sale particulars of 4 Grenville Place, South Kensington

[no title]  1122/310  1899

Contents:
Requisitions on title of 4 Grenville Place, South Kensington

[no title]  1122/311(a)  1899

Contents:
Conveyance (draft), 4 Grenville Place, South Kensington; 1) Sir Michael Culme Seymour of 1 Egerton Gardens, South Kensington, Admiral in Royal Navy 2) Constance Howell of Lyddon House, Southfields, East Putney, Surrey

[no title or date]  1122/311(b)

Contents:
Conveyance (draft), 4 Grenville Place, South Kensington; 1) Sir Michael Culme Seymour of 1 Egerton Gardens, South Kensington, Admiral in Royal Navy 2) Constance Howell of Lyddon House, Southfields, East Putney, Surrey

[no title]  1122/312  1899

Contents:
Legal correspondence between Seymour estate solicitors and Broderick and Gray solicitors relating to conveyance of 4 Grenille Place, South Kensington (3 letters)

[no title]  1122/313  1899

Contents:
Costs and disbursements of Taylor and Lovegrove, auctioneers on sale of 4 Grenville Place, South Kensington

[no title]  1122/314  1899

Contents:
Supplemental abstract of title of trustees of Seymour estate to 4 Grenville Place, South Kensington

Duke of Beaufort's Lands in South Wales  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1122/315  1837

Contents:
Act of Parliament confirming lease of lands in Swansea by His Grace the Duke of Beaufort

[no title]  1122/316(a)  1888

Contents:
Abstract of title of the Duke of Beaufort to land in Swansea and Glamorganshire

[no title or date]  1122/316(b)

Contents:
Abstract of title of the Duke of Beaufort to land in Swansea and Glamorganshire

[no title]  1122/317  1888

Contents:
Supplemental abstract of title of Duke of Beaufort to land in Swansea and Glamorganshire

[no title]  1122/318  1888

Contents:
Abstract of deeds relating to property belonging to the Beaufort estate in Swansea and Glamorganshire

[no title]  1122/319  1888

Contents:
Abstract of leases of properties in Glamorganshire belonging to the Duke of Beaufort

[no title]  1122/320  1888

Contents:
Draft transfer of mortgage for £20,000 + interest, freehold properties in Swansea, Glamorganshire; 1) Henry Charles Fitzroy Duke of Beaufort 2) George Lewis Watson of Rockingham Castle, Northants, esq and George William Culme Soltau-Symons of Chaddlewood, Plympton St Mary, esq (trustees of the Seymour estate)

[no title]  1122/321  1888

Contents:
Particulars of property in Swansea and Glamorgan to be mortgaged by the Duke of Beaufort to Seymour estate

[no title]  1122/322  1888

Contents:
Acknowledgement for the production of deeds relating to Duke of Beaufort Glamorganshire estates

[no title]  1122/323  1888

Contents:
Statutory declaration of John Jenkins relating to Duke of Beaufort's estate in South Wales

[no title]  1122/324  1888

Contents:
Seymour estate solicitors correspondence and bill of costs in transfer of Duke of Beaufort's estate in South Wales to Seymour estate

[no title]  1122/325  1891

Contents:
Notice to prior mortgagees of further charge on Glamorganshire estate of the Duke of Beaufort

[no title]  1122/326  1892

Contents:
Copy affidavit in support of summons for out of court payment of £800 in the Mumbles Railway and Pier Company by the Duke of Beaufort

[no title]  1122/327  1898

Contents:
Draft transfer of mortgage for £20,000 + interest, parts of the Beaufort estate in South Wales and Gloucester, Breconshire and Wiltshire; 1) George Lewis watson of Rockingham Castle, Northants, esq and George William Culme Soltau-Symons of Chaddlewood, Plympton St Mary, esq (trustees of the Seymour estate) 2) Prudential Assurance Company, 142 Holborn Bars, London

[no title]  1122/328  1898

Contents:
Schedule of deeds relating to above mortgage

[no title]  1122/329  c1864-1871

Contents:
Coloured plan of Beaufort Dock, Swansea, scale: 1":20'

[no title]  1122/330  c1887

Contents:
Map of Swansea showing Beaufort Dock

[no title]  1122/331  1882

Contents:
Copy deed poll by Sir Charles Dilke converting a term of 2,000 years into a freehold

Little Saltram estate  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1122/332  1882

Contents:
Copy conveyance, Little Saltram estate, consideration: £5,900; 1) Sir Charles Dilke, baronet 2) John Pethick of Plymouth, builder

[no title]  1122/333  1890

Contents:
Legal fees for building a new sewer for Little Saltram estate

[no title]  1122/334  1891

Contents:
Sale particulars of Little Saltram building estate (with copy)

[no title]  1122/335  1892

Contents:
Deed of exchange, concerning land on Little Saltram estate, 1) Sir Michael Culme Seymour 2) John Pethick

[no title]  1122/336  1890-1892

Contents:
Correspondence between John Pethick and Seymour estate relating to Little Saltram

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