|~~ Your FamilyChest Document ~~|
|Date:||16 January 1815|
|Very good for its age|
|Parchment : 1 sheet 59cm x 78cm with 2 wax seals 2 signatures and revenue stamp|
|Summary of contents:|
Anthony BUDDRY of Norwich, Norfolk. Grocer.
Robert WARD of Norwich, Norfolk. Gentleman.
William WEBSTER the younger of Norwich, Norfolk. Innkeeper.
William FOSTER of Norwich, Norfolk. Gentleman.
The Indenture concerns a dwellinghouse in the Parish of St George of Tombland, Norwich. It is bounded by the common street to the South and a Mill house to the North.
The document begins by reciting that Anthony Buddry mortgaged this (together with other property) to Robert Ward for £500 in 1804. Now Anthony Buddry is selling it to William Webster for £400. Robert Ward is satisfied that the other property mortgaged in 1804 is adequate security and is releasing this dwellinghouse from the mortgage charge.
There is mention of an Indenture of 1802 in which Anthony Buddry appears to have acquired the property.
Note that William Foster appears to act only as some sort of trustee and plays little real part.