|Date:||23 June 1862|
|SOLD - transcription available:||£10.00|
|Good consistent with age|
|Parchment: 1 sheet 61cm x 74cm with 4 wax seals, 2 signatures and revenue stamp|
|Summary of contents|
Jonathan LEWIS of Pool Keynes, Wiltshire. Yeoman.
William BRIND of Lyddington, Wiltshire. Yeoman.
Francis CROWDY of Chieveley, Berkshire. Esquire.
The Rev Anthony CROWDY of The Rectory, Titsey, Surrey.
George Frederick HEWITT (deceased) of Badbury, Wiltshire. Gentleman.
William HEWITT (deceased) of Badbury, Wiltshire. Gentleman.
The document begins by telling us of the death in 1832 of George HEWITT having appointed William Morse CROWDY as his sole Executor. George HEWITT's only son was William HEWITT who died in 1859 leaving his property to 2 trustees Jonathan LEWIS and William BRIND for the benefit of his daughter JANE MARIA.
Jonathan LEWIS and William BRIND are now selling property in Badbury, Wiltshire, to Francis CROWDY for £320. Anthony CROWDY appears to act only as a trustee in the transaction.
The property is a parcel of meadow land totalling 3 acres at Badbury Wick in the Parish of Chisledon, Wiltshire. It is surrounded on all sides by land already belonging to Francis CROWDY.
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