Lease indenture, Westminster, Middlesex
Scope and Contents
Talbott Williamson of the Inner Temple lets to John Fleet and Francis Fleet, both of Westminster, certain land in Westminster, except certain portions reserved with liberty of ingress for a term of eight years. The lessees are to keep the premises and fruit trees in repair and to replace fallen trees and to leave a good stock of asparagus at the expiration of the lease. Witnesses: E. Williamson, William Watson.Two seals are attached. A very rough plan of the land is enclosed on a scrap of paper.
- Creation: 30 Mar. 1733
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
Presented by Mrs Charles Williamson of Kempton, Bedfordshire, 20 April 1915
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