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Marriage settlement of Charles Bolton and Louisa Dare, 1864-1901

 Item
Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS JM/F25/53

Scope and Contents

An envelope containing a marriage settlement agreed between Charles James Bolton of Hong Kong, master mariner, commander of the S.S. 'Reiver'; Louisa Caroline Dare of Singapore, spinster; and William Keswick and Edward Whittall, whereby, in light of the intended marriage between Bolton and Dare, Bolton assigns his leases, stocks and shares, and various other interests to Keswick and Whittall in trust, 22 February 1864. On the back of the document is an indenture between Bolton and Keswick, whereby Bolton releases Keswick and Whittall, deceased, from the responsibilities assigned by the previous indenture and indemnifies them against all claims and demands arising with regard to that agreement, 5 December 1901.

Dates

  • 1864-1901

Conditions Governing Access

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Extent

1 item(s) (1 item)

Language of Materials

English

Creator

Repository Details

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