|~~ Your FamilyChest Document ~~
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|11 February 1838
|Good consistent with age
|Parchment : 1 sheet 56cm x 76cm with 1 wax seal, signature and revenue stamp
|Summary of contents
Thomas Brame BROWNE of 25 Lincolns Inn Fields, Middlesex. Esquire.
George William NESLEN the Elder of Burgh Castle, Suffolk. Farmer.
Charles BROWNE of Lowestoft, Suffolk (deceased).
The document begins by reciting that Charles Browne was admitted to Copyhold land in the Manor of Sutton Outsoken, Norfolk, in 1822. Charles Browne then left it in his Will to his wife, Sarah, who died leaving it to executors, after which it found its way into the hands of George Nelsen.
It has since been discovered that Charles Browne's Will was written in 1821 which was too early for the property to be properly covered by it. In order to give George Nelsen proper title to it, Thomas Browne the heir at law of Charles Browne, is executing this release.
The property consists of a public house known as HEIGHAM FALGATE with half an acre of land adjoining.