|~~ Your FamilyChest Document ~~|
|Date:||29 July 1921|
|Good consistent with age|
|Paper : 3 pages 41cm x 27cm with 6 signatures and revenue stamps.|
|Summary of contents:|
Richard Hoodlass ROWSON of Kingston on Hull, Yorkshire. Solicitors Managing Clerk.
Joseph OLIVER of Kingston on Hull, Yorkshire. Blacksmith.
Walter Rupert AINSWORTH of Great Grimsby, Lincolnshire. Timber Merchants Clerk.
Francis Morley JACKSON of Kingston on Hull, Yorkshire. Gentleman.
George Frederick FOLKARD of Beechwood Road, Old Duston, Northamptonshire. Slater.
Eliza BROWN the wife of Thomas Henry BROWN of 2 Berkeley Street, Kingston on Hull, Yorkshire.
George Folkard is selling property in Hull to Eliza Brown for £490. It consists of a dwellinghouse known as number 2 Berkeley Street, on a plot of 321 square yards.
We are told that George Folkard had previously mortgaged this property in 1911 to Richard Rowson, Joseph Oliver and Walter Ainsworth for £350. He had also mortgaged it to Francis Jackson for a further £75. These two moprtgages are being paid off by the purchaser so that George Folkard receives a net sum of £65.
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