Consent to alienation, Cambridge
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Elliot Macro Smith, auctioneer, Charles Finch the elder, esq, John Bowtell, bookbinder, and Robert Clayton, fishmonger, all of the parish of All Saints, Cambridge, and trustees of Mrs Susannah Forrester's charity estates, consent as superior leaseholders to Thomas Creeke's alienation to Thomas Baker of property in Post Office Yard, Cambridge, described in a lease for 40 years dated 1 Nov 1802 (Doc 1897). 2 pages, signed by Smith, Finch, Bowtell, and Clayton, witnessed by Ebenezer Foster jnr, of Cambridge, solicitor. Amended in ink.
- 15 Oct. 1835
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Presented by E.A.B. Barnard, F.S.A., April 1932
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