|~~ Your FamilyChest Document ~~|
|Date:||20 April 1872|
|Parchment : 1 sheet, 74cm x 54cm, with two red wax seals and signatures|
|Summary of contents:|
Henry WARMAN of Restrop in the Parish of Purton in the County of Wiltshire - Farmer
Joseph Sadler REYNOLDS of Corsham in the County of Wiltshire - Farmer
William WARMAN late of South Marston in the Parish of Highworth, County of Wiltshire - Farmer (deceased)
Joseph KINNETT of Cricklade, County of Wiltshire - Farmer
Conveyance of two closes of land in the Parish of Purton.
The document begins by reciting the will of William Warman who died in May 1871 in which he appointed his nephew Henry Warman and his wife's nephew Joseph Sadler Reynolds as Trustees. These two have since put some of his property up for sale by auction at the Angel Inn in Purton and Joseph Kinnett was the purchaser of one or more lots for the price of £721/10-d.
This indenture completes the conveyance of the property to Joseph Kinnett which consists of two closes of meadow, both of 5 acres, one called The Little Common Ground and the other called The Old Lands situate at Hayes Knoll, both in the Parish of Purton.