Conditional surrender, Sutton, Cambridgeshire
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Simon Renolds surrenders by the hands of Richard Seed in the presence of Samuel Paremain, his 'lott of Feney or marish Ground late Hanna Reynolds, Containing by Estimacion six acres more or less lying in Sutton North Fen' held copyhold of the manor of Sutton, to the use of Jonathan Austin of Sutton, carpenter, and his heirs, with the proviso that if Palmer pays Gardner #10 plus interest on 12 May 1727 then this surrender shall be void. (Copied) signatures of Seed, Reynolds, and Paremain (the latter two making their marks); duty stamps; endorsed: ' 3 May 1727, we find this surrender as part of our verdict' (signed) William Langley and one other unidentified. The paper is torn at the foot, and is further endorsed with financial calculations and (in red) 'Custances Lot'.
- 11 Nov. 1726
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Presented by E.A.B. Barnard, F.S.A., November 1931
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