|~~ Your FamilyChest Document ~~|
|Date:||14 August 1762|
|Good for its age, but quite grubby on the outside.|
|Parchment : 1 sheet 52cm x 76cm with 1 wax seal and revenue stamp|
|Summary of contents:|
William HUGBEN of Arpinge, Parish of Newington next Hythe, Kent, Yeoman.
Edward HUGBEN of Etchinghill, Parish of Lyminge, Kent. Yeoman.
Edward Hugben is buying land in Lyminge, Kent from William Hogben for £50. The property is known as Chalk Pitts, and contains 3 acres near a place called Etchinghall.
There is mention of a Lease for a Year made on the previous day, this is presumably a sale by Lease and Release. it includes the following unusual clause
"To be Holden of the Chief Lords of the fee of fees of the premises by the Rents Customs and Services therefore of Right due and accustomed"