Lease indenture, Westminster, Middlesex
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Whereas by Indentures of Lease and Release dated 9 and 10 February 1700 [Doc 258, 259], Charles Rampaine of Westminster released to John Wilson of Birling, Sussex, and Charles Farwell of Westminster certain land in Westminster, to them and their heirs for ever upon trust to the use of Edmond Williamson of Husborne Crawley, Bedfordshire, for life, provided that it may be lawful for Edmond Williamson to let the land; Edmond Williamson lets to Talbot Williamson of the Inner Temple, his eldest son, the land in question for a term of sixty-one years. The lessee is to keep the premises and fruit-trees in repair and at the expiration of the term to leave a stock of asparagus. Witnesses: J. Danvers, New Inn, George Sherwood, New Inn. One seal is attached.
- Creation: 12 Mar. 1733
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Presented by Mrs Charles Williamson of Kempton, Bedfordshire, 20 April 1915
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