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1804 Congresbury. This is a vellum indenture dated 29th September 1804 and principally names James SIMMONS from Churchill in Somerset a Gentleman and John WORNELL from Yatton in the same County a Yeoman, also Roger WILMOTT a blacksmith and Richard WATTER a Yeoman.
The document concerns tenements and lands situate in Congresbury in the County of Somerset with many lands also within the manuscript, there are 2 pages of vellum to the document that measure 80x 61 cm each approx, with 3 seals and 3 signatures at the bottom of the document, there is a indenture schedule back to 1710.
1808 Congresbury Indenture. A Vellum Indenture, being a Conveyance of a messuage or tenement, garden and orchard situate in the parish of Congresbury, Somerset, dated 20 September 1808. Mr John Parsons and by his direction Mr John Wornell to Mr Richard Sainsbury, in trust for Mr. Thomas Sprod. John PARSONS, Yeoman of Somerset of Congresbury, Somerset; John WORNELL, Yeoman of Count de Week, Yatton, Somerset; Thomas SPROUD, Yeoman of Congresbury, Somerset; Richard Sainsbury, shopkeeper of Congresbury, Somerset .Other names mentioned include: Richard Hyatt, James Parsons, James Simmons, John Tucker, James Williams, Roger Willmott. Document signed by: John Parsons, John Wornell, Richard Sainsbury. Witnesses: Samuel Baker, John Baker.
1805 Nailsea Indentur.
A vellum indenture dated 9th May 1805 and principally names John DUNBIN from Nailsea in Somerset a Yeoman and Joseph DURBIN from the same place a Yeoman and lastly William LOVELL from Nailsea a Shopkeeper.
The document concerns a parcel of ground being part of Norhens? Paddock situate in Nailsea in the County of Somerset, there is 1 red wax seal and 1 mark of to this single page of vellum that measures 77x 49cm approx.
A vellum Indenture on two sheets measuring 73 cm x 57 cm approx being a Conveyance and Assignment of a messuage or dwellinghouse, garden or orchard, hereditaments and premises adjoining the Prince of Orange Inn in the Parish of Yatton, Somerset dated 25 March 1828.
1821 Worle Indentures.
A vellum indenture dated 20th June 1821 and principally names The Rev John PRICE of Worle in the County of Somerset a Clerk also Jeremiah HARRIS a Yeoman from the same place and William PALMER also from the same place a carrier.
The document concerns a house, garden, orchard formally known with another as Rileys House and orchard being about half an acre in the West St of Worle in the County of Somerset. There are 2 red wax seals and 2 signatures to the single page of vellum that measures 76x58cm approx.
1822 Worle Intenture..
A vellum indenture dated 24th September 1822 and principally names William PALMER from Worle in the County of Somerset a Carrier and John COLLINS from the City of Bristol a Grocer.
The document concerns a parcel of ground situate in the West Street of Worle in the County of Somerset with a dwellinghouse. The document has 2 red wax seals and 1 signature with 1 mark of to the bottom of the single sheet of vellum that measures 69x50cm approx, there is a paper receipt stuck to the reverse of the document with a 1d revenue stamp attached.
1828 Yatton Indenture.
A vellum Indenture on two sheets measuring 73 cm x 57 cm approx being a Conveyance and Assignment of a messuage or dwellinghouse, garden or orchard, hereditaments and premises adjoining the Prince of Orange Inn in the Parish of Yatton, Somerset dated 25 March 1828. Yatton. Mrs Sarah Plumly to Mr James Parsons. Parties: Sarah PLUMLY, Widow of Yatton, Somerset; George MARTIN, Gentleman of Stapleton Road in the parish of St George, Gloucestershire, formerly of the City of Bristol; James PARSONS, Gentleman of Yatton, Somerset; Charles PARSONS, Gentleman of Yatton, Somerset; Joseph FISHER, Gentleman of Yatton, Somerset. Other names mentioned include: Henry Brown, Charles Grevile, Rev Edward Colston Grevile, Thomas Norris, George Poulett, John Earl Poulett, Francis Grubb Stevens, Thomas Vowles, John Wall, Richard Whippie, Sarah Whippie, Christopher Young. Document signed by: Sarah Plumly, George Martin, James Parsons. Witnesses: Edward Gregory, Mary Selfe, George Tonson, Elizabeth Parsons.
1867 Oct 12 Worle.
Assignment of leasehold land and houses in Worle, Somerset, between Susannah May of Weston Super Mare, William Palmer of Worle, Carpenter and John Palmer of Weston Super Mare, Gent.
Property: Three houses built on a plot of land in Worle.
1881 Dec 15 Worle. Mortgage of houses and land in Worle, Somerset, between John Palmer of Weston Super Mare, Builder and Mary Ann Rice of Weston Super Mare, Spinster. Property: A plot of land in Worle, planted to an orchard, with 3 houses erected.