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Assignment of mortgage, Witcham, Cambridgeshire

Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1822

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In consideration of #4,850, Edward Randall of Cambridge, gent (2nd party), Revd Robert Fitzwilliam Hallifax of Richards Castle, Hereford and Shropshire, Thomas Ludbey esq of Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire, David Okedon Parry Okedon esq of Lansdown Crescent, Bath, and Thomas Thackeray esq of Burlington St, Bath (executors of Robert Hallifax, late of Bath, doctor of physic, deceased, himself the surviving executor of Michael Lort DD of Trinity College, Cambridge, 1st parties), at the request and direction of Charles Calvert of Upper Thames St, London, brewer, James Searle of Saffron Walden, Essex, banker, and William Thurnall of Whittlesford, Cambridgeshire, maltster (3rd parties), Richard Blow of Wittlesford, maltster (4th party), and Roger Lee esq of Clapham, Surrey (5th party), upon the nomination of Daniel Hamiul esq of Bryanston St, St Marylebone (6th party), assign to George Buck of Cumberland St, St Marylebone, gent (7th party), in trust for Hamiul their term of 1,000 years in freehold land in Hale Fen, Witcham, Cambridgeshire (Bedford Level Lot 13 No 3), to attend the inheritance. 19 Nov 1811, seven-part indenture of 4 pages, signed and sealed by Thomas Ludbey, Ed Randall, Charles Calvert, James Thurnall, William Thurnall, Richard Blow, Roger Lee, D Hamiul and G Buck, witnessed by John Blow (?) of Clifford's Inn, Thomas Wilson of 13 Cumberland St, Portman Square, John Wallis, clerk to Messrs Nash, Son and Wedd of Royston, William Gee, Samuel Pee and Nathaniel Lyon, Thomas Hunt snr of Chalfont St Peter, Bucks, gardener and housekeeper, and Thomas Hunt jnr, gardener, duty stamps. Endorsed as entered in the Bedford Level Company Register, 16 Jan 1812


  • Creation: 1811

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Presented by E.A.B. Barnard, F.S.A., November 1931

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