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18TH CENTURY PERFORMANCE BOND: PARRAT, MIRIAM (MARY); PARRAT, ROBERT .
Performance Bond: Folded paper document: Mariam (Mary) Parrat of Broadwater Sussex and Robert Parrat, West Hanning, Suffolk, Farmer.
4th August, 1717. 0. Performance Bond: Folded paper document: Mariam (Mary) Parrat of Broadwater Sussex and Robert Parrat, West Hanning, Suffolk, Farmer.. 4th August 1717 . Hand written in Latin and English. Remains of red wax seal, a few edge tears and one small hole. ** "A performance bond is a surety bond issued by an insurance company or a bank to guarantee satisfactory completion of a project by a contractor. A job requiring a payment & performance bond will usually require a bid bond, to bid for the job. When the job is awarded to the winning bid, a payment and performance bond will then be required as a security to the job completion. For example, a contractor may cause a performance bond to be issued in favor of a client for whom the contractor is constructing a building. If the contractor fails to construct the building according to the specifications laid out by the contract (most often due to the bankruptcy of the contractor), the client is guaranteed compensation for any monetary loss up to the amount of the performance bond. Performance bonds are commonly used in the construction and development of real property, where an owner or investor may require the developer to assure that contractors or project managers procure such bonds in order to guarantee that the value of the work will not be lost in the case of an unfortunate event (such as insolvency of the contractor). In other cases, a performance bond may be requested to be issued in other large contracts besides civil construction projects. The term is also used to denote a collateral deposit of "good faith money", intended to secure a futures contract, commonly known as margin. Performance bonds are generally issued as part of a 'Performance and Payment Bond', where a Payment Bond guarantees that the contractor will pay the labour and material costs they are obliged to. Under the Miller Act of 1932, all Construction Contracts issued by the Federal Government must be backed by Performance and Payment Bonds. States have enacted what is referred to as “Little Miller Act” statutes requiring Performance and Payment bonds on State Funded projects as well. Performance bonds have been around since 2,750 BC and the Romans developed laws of surety around 150 AD, the principles of which still exist." - See Wikipedia .
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A Pictorial and Descriptive Guide to Great Yarmouth and the Broads of Norfolk and Suffolk with Plan of Yarmouth, Map of the District, and Map of the Broads. 40 Illustrations
London: Ward, Lock & Company , Limited, N.D.. 9th Edition, revised. Hardcover. Small 8vo hbk; front hinge cracked; 1st pull out map (plan of Yarmouth & Gorleston) in very nice condition; next pull out map of Yarmouth and district- quite nice condition - small closed tear and pencil notes on rear; ; next pull out map has been torn out and removed; ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall. Good+ .
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Proceedings in Parliament Against Alexander Nevil, Archbishop of York, Robert Vere, Duke of Ireland, Michael De La Pole, Earl of Suffolk, Robert Tresilian, Lord Chief Justice of England, and Nicholas Brmbre some Time Mayor of London, and Others, For High Treason. A.D. 1388. An original article from the Collected State Trials::Octavo, 1809.
Cobbett's Complete Collection of State Trials, London, 1809. First Edition, Disbound. Very Good Condition. 18 pages, printed in double columns. Note; this is an original article separated from the volume, not a reprint or copy. Size: Octavo. Quantity Available: 1. Category: State Trials::Octavo; True Crime; Inventory No: 245409.
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Keywords: BZDB395 Law. Legal. Trials. State Trials::Octavo; True Crime; Proceedings in Parliament Against Alexander Nevil Archbishop of York Robert Vere Duke of Ireland Michael De La Pole Earl of Suffolk Robert Tresilian Lord Chief Justice of England and Nicholas
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Proceedings Against William De La Pole, Duke of Suffolk, For High Treason. A.D. 1451. An original article from the Collected State Trials::Octavo, 1809.
Cobbett's Complete Collection of State Trials, London, 1809. First Edition, Disbound. Very Good Condition. 3 pages, printed in double columns. Note; this is an original article separated from the volume, not a reprint or copy. Size: Octavo. Quantity Available: 1. Category: State Trials::Octavo; True Crime; Inventory No: 245410.
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Keywords: BZDB395 Law. Legal. Trials. State Trials::Octavo; True Crime; Proceedings Against William De La Pole Duke of Suffolk For High Treason AD 1451 An original article from the Collected State TrialsOctavo 1809 Trial True Crime
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Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and History - volume XXXIX, part 4
Produced for the society by Five Castles Press, Ipswich, 2000, 1st edition. Paperback. Yellow laminated card covers with memorial tablet to John Frere on front cover. 9.75ins x 7.25ins, [ii], pps 419 to 547. Illustrations maps and plans within the text. Main articles are Drawings of Walton Castle and other monuments in Walton and Felixstowe, Thomas Essington at Brightwell and the identity of his sculptor, From yeomanry to county elite: the impact of the French wars on the rise of a Suffolk family and The Old Police House in Debenham: an unique survival from the first half of the nineteenth century. VG.
-- Missing Books (PBFA) -- Book number: 34270
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Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and History - Vol XLII, part 3, 2011
the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and History, 2011, 1st edition. Paperback. Illustrated, laminated card covers. 9.75ins x 6.75ins, [ii], pps 253-409. Maps, illustrations and tables within the text. Main articles are Felixstowe Roman Port, Was Haegelisdun in Essex, The Battle of Newmouth and the lost Viking history of Sudbourne, Helming Leget, Royal servant, and a possible landscape at Pond Hall Hadleigh, Beccles school in the 1430's and Addenda to Flint flushwork. VG
-- Missing Books (PBFA) -- Book number: 43640
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Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and History - Vol XLII, part 2, 2010
the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and History, 2010, 1st edition. Paperback. Illustrated, laminated card covers. 9.75ins x 6.75ins, [ii], pps 111-247. Maps, illustrations and tables within the text. Main articles are Excavations on Medieval and Post-Medieval sites at Preston St Mary, London Mercers from Suffolk, c1200-1570: Benefactors, Pirates and Merchant Adventurers (part II) and The Writing on the Wall: new thoughts on Long Melford church. VG.
-- Missing Books (PBFA) -- Book number: 43578
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Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and History - volume XXXIX, part 1
Produced for the Society by Sutton Publishing, Stroud, 1997, 1st edition. Paperback. Yellow laminated card covers with image of Hamlet Watling on front cover. 9.75ins x 7.25ins, [ii], 125pp. Illustrations maps and plans within the text. Main articles are Jocelin of Brakelond's Identity: a review of the evidence, The early parish and estate of Ickworth, West Suffolk, Daniel Browninge of Crowfield: a little known High sheriff of suffolk and the Stowmarket assizes of 1695, Hamlet Watling, artist and schoolmaster, 1818-1908. VG.
-- Missing Books (PBFA) -- Book number: 44977
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Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and Natural History - vol XXIII, part 1
Printed for the society by W.E. Harrison & Sons, Ipswich, 1937, 1st edition. Pink card covers with black lettering to spine and front cover. 8.75ins x 5.5ins, xxii, 88pp plus 4pp plates. Also other illustrations within the text. Contents include ""Claydon and Mockbeggars Hall"", ""A list of Scratch Dials on Suffolk churches"", The Shipmeadow Union House"" and ""The Market Crosses of Suffolk"". Light foxing to the title page, else VG.
-- Missing Books (PBFA) -- Book number: 39560
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[GOWING, TIMOTHY 1834 - 1908 ].
Reminiscences Of The Crimean Campaign By One Of The Old Light Division.
Colchester: Printed By Benham & Co, 24 High Street, [no date c. 1880?] . 0. Scarce original booklet. First and only edition. 8.25" x 5.25". pp.44 . Grey paper covers. Printed title to front cover and first page. Covers soiled and rubbed, with edge chips and two closed tears. There is also some staining to the edges where old adhesive tape has been removed. Internally the text is in very good condition with good margins and just the odd small blemish. Now preserved in a clear plastic folder. **"Timothy Gowing was born on 5 April 1834 at Halesworth in Suffolk where his father was a Baptist minister. In 1839 the family moved to Norwich where Gowing grew up and was educated. John Gowing was the minister of Pitt Street Baptist Church in the city for twenty-four years; and continued to live in the city after retiring. Gowing was fascinated by "things military" and was gripped by the excitement generated by the events of the Russo-Turkish War of 1853-4. He was approaching his twentieth birthday, 'a dangerous age to many unsettled in mind', as Gowing said. Early in January 1854 he enlisted as a Private in the Royal Fusiliers. His training began in Manchester and continued in Winchester; in June 1854 he went to the Crimea. He survived the campaign although he was wounded on several occasions: he even managed to survive a stay in the military hospital in Malta. At the end of the Crimean War, Gowing was sent to India where the Mutiny had broken out in 1857. His descriptions of events there reflect British attitudes of the time. Gowing had been promoted to Sergeant during the Crimean War; in 1858 he became the Regimental drill-sergeant; he also married for the first time: the couple had twelve children. From drill-sergeant, he was promoted to Colour-Sergeant and in July 1859 he was appointed as acting Sergeant-Major. He was offered the opportunity of a commission in one of the Sepoy regiments but declined the offer, preferring to remain with the Royal Fusiliers. In 1862 he was offered a commission in the Royal Fusiliers but once more he declined, this time on financial grounds. He did not think that he would be able to support his growing family (of five children in four years of marriage) on an officer's pay. In 1864, having completed a ten-year enlistment, he re-enlisted for a further term, to give himself a full twenty-one years' service and thus qualify for a pension. He remained in India during this time. His family was all but wiped out by cholera in 1869: only one child of the eight survived. The other seven died on the same day. His wife also died in India and when Gowing returned to England in 1876, at the age of 42, he took only two of the children born to him in India. Gowing went to live in Southport and re-married, fathering another seven children; his second wife died in 1890. His third wife, Elizabeth, survived her husband. Between returning to England and his death, Gowing lived in a number of different towns in Lancashire and Yorkshire. He had his account of the Crimean War and his service in India during the Mutiny published privately and sold them to office and factory workers in Lancashire: other than his army pension of 2/6d a day, this was his only income. Timothy Gowing died on 3 February 1908 at the age of 74." - See Timothy Gowing: a brief biography by Marjie Bloy, Ph.D, Senior Research Fellow, National University of Singapore. *** "Timothy Gowing was born on 5 April 1834 at Halesworth in Suffolk. He was the son of John Gowing a Baptist minister. Gowing was attested at Norwich for the 7th Royal Fusiliers on 28 September 1854, with the Regimental Number 3387. He was aged 19 years and registered his occupation as 'Shoemaker'. His regimental record reads: Promoted Sergeant 29 January 1855 . Promoted Sergeant 1 September 1857 . Appointed Colour Sergeant 1 September 1861 . Re-engaged at Ferozepore 3 May 1864 . Promoted Sgt Major 26 July 1866 . Tried by Court Martial and reduced to Private 3 September 1869 (this was the year in which seven of his eight children died in a single day, from cholera, and his wife almost died - it has been suggested that these events and the Court-Martial might be connected) . Transferred to 1/5th Fusiliers 24 December 1869 . Transferred to Unattached List 17 January 1870 . Promoted Sergeant 17 January 1871 . Promoted Garrison Sgt Major 1 September 1872. 2013 Garrison Sgt Major 1/5th Fusiliers ( Unattached List ) “His conduct has been very good. He was when promoted in possession of three good conduct badges, and would had he not been promoted been in possession of four good conduct badges. He is in possession of the Crimean Medal with three clasps for Alma Inkerman and Sebastopol. The Turkish War medal and the Indian war medal with clasp for Umbeyla. He is not in possession of a school certificate. His name appears once in the regimental defaulters book. He has been once tried by a Court Martial. He has been wounded twice in the head and hand at the storming of the Redan on 8th September 1855”. Gowing applied for discharge at Allahabad on 22 February 1876 and was discharged at Netley on 13 June1876, aged 40 years. GARRISON SGT MAJOR 5th Regt Foot . Height - 6 Feet. Complexion - Fresh . Eyes - Grey. Hair - Slightly Grey . Intended Place of Residence - Pension Office Norwich. Gowing's discharge papers are for 5th Foot, the details for his service with 7th Fusiliers only give his promotions and demotion, followed by his rise up the ranks again. It would appear that any earlier papers did not survive." - See Timothy Gowing - A Web Of English History by Dr Marjorie Bloy.
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Report of the Railway Department of the Board of Trade, on Schemes for Extending Railway Communication in the Counties of Norfolk and Suffolk
London, House of Commons. 1845. 7pp. Folio. British Parliamentary Paper. HC88. Folding tinted map showing the various proposed railway routes. A clean copy.
-- Empire Books -- Book number: 161706
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Keywords: Railways London Norwich Norfolk Suffolk
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Reports of Poor Law Inspectors on Agricultural Statistics, (England), 1854.
London. HMSO. 1855. 96pp. Folio. Paper wrappers. Rebound in card covers. British Parliamentary Paper. A clean copy. Covering Hampshire, Wiltshire, Leicester, Norfolk, Suffolk, Berkshire, Worcester & Brecknock, Salop & Denbigh, and the West Riding of York. Together with HC 105, 3pp of 1859. Returns relating to Corn, Grain, Meal &c..
-- Empire Books -- Book number: 121969
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Keywords: Bevkkk, British Parliamentary Paper, Report Poor Law Inspectors Agriculture Farming Agricultural History Statistics Corn Grain Meal Pauperism, England English History Hampshire Wiltshire Leicester Norfolk Suffolk Berkshire Worcester Brecknock Salo
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The Reports Laid Before the Postmaster-General on the State of the Post Office at Ipswich.
London, House of Lords. 1871. 7pp. Folio. Paper wrappers. British Parliamentary Paper. HL151. Lord Kinnaird complains over feezing conditions at Ipwswich P.O. A very clean copy.
-- Empire Books -- Book number: 149352
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Keywords: Postal History Britain British Post Philately Ipswich Suffolk
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Reports of H.M. Inspector of Mines for the Stafford District (No 9). . . For the Year 1902
London, Houses of Parliament. 1903. 55pp. Folio. Blue paper wrappers. British Parliamentary Paper. Cd 1590-VIII The report covers coal & metalliferousmines & quarries. Accidents. Outputs. prosecutions of owners, abandoned mines . Miners killed in accidents named. A very clean copy.
-- Empire Books -- Book number: 165500
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Keywords: Mining Coal Quarries Metalliferous Mines Stafford Staffordshire Shropshire Norfolk Suffolk Essex
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Returns Relating to Lunatic Asylums.
London, House of Commons. 1842. 37pp. Folio. Paper wrappers. Disbound British Parliamentary paper. HC 2. Lunatic Asylums. Ordered to be Printed 3 February 1842. A very clean copy. Five (5) Returns covering the Metropolitan Districts and the Counties of Bedford to Yorkshire. Showing Monies paid out of the County Rate for the purchase and Hire of Land, for each county, etc..
-- Empire Books -- Book number: 158377
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Keywords: Bevkkk, British Parliamentary Paper Lunatic Asylums Bedford Chester Cornwal Dorset Gloucester Kent Lancaster Leicester Middx. Norfolk Stafford Suffolk Surrey West Nroth East Riding York Devon Oxford Salop Somerset Nottingham Lunatic Poor Pauperism Lunacy
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Returns Relating to Lunatic Asylums.
London, House of Commons. 1846. 43pp. Folio. Paper wrappers. Disbound British Parliamentary paper. HC 390. A clean copy. Covering the Counties of Bedford to Yorkshire. Showing Monies paid out of the County Rate for the purchase and Hire of Land, for each county, etc..
-- Empire Books -- Book number: 157065
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Royal Commission on Agriculture. Report By Mr Wilson Fox on the County of Suffolk
London, Houses of Parliament. 1895. 134pp. Folio. Blue paper wrappers. British Parliamentary Paper C7755. Reports on the state of agriculture in Suffolk at a time when international trade in agricultural produce was intensifying and when the strength of the farming industry had been sapped by a series of bad harvests. A very clean copy.
-- Empire Books -- Book number: 130435
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Keywords: Farming Agriculture Agricultural Depression Royal Commission on Suffolk
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[ MATTHEWS, REV. S. J.] .
Saint Bartholomew Ipswich. Blotter Year-Book 1947/8 .
Bedford: Published by D. S. Martell, 2 Park Avenue, and Printed by Field Bros. (London) Ltd, S.E.25. 0. Scarce souvenir blotter for 1947-48 . [12pp.] . Grey card cover with red text and illustrations. Covers lightly soiled and rubbed. Staples rusted. Adverts to inside of the front cover and to both sides of the rear cover. Parochial information on the first 3 pages, including : "Vicar: The Rev. S. J. Matthews.. Assistant Priest: The Rev. O. M. Brooke Clarke.." Other pages include: "Dates To Remember" (blank) ; and four pages of green blotting paper (also blank). G+ ** " St Bartholomew's church is unusual for several reasons, which are all to varying degrees apparent to the casual observer. Firstly, its setting. It stands with Victorian terraced houses all around. Apart from a small Methodist church a block away, there are no other significant buildings. It is a very domestic setting that lends the church a high degree of grandeur. This is Rose Hill, a Victorian railway suburb. Derby Road railway station lies just 100m away up Rose Hill Road. The church is slightly later in date than many of the houses, consecrated in 1895 and completed in 1907. The architect was Charles Spooner, who seems to have had an Italian hilltop village in mind, rather than anything from this side of the Alps. The great flamboyante east window of this fine building overlooks vegetable plots and garden sheds, just as he intended it should. The red-brick exterior was planned to be offset by a tower, but this was never built. You can see where it would have been, to the north west. A lawn is there now. St Bartholomew was Charles Spooner's first church. He built it for his aunt Anna Spooner, who had been born Anna Cobbold. She came from a branch of the famous Ipswich family which had provided a number of Suffolk High Churchmen, the most famous of whom was Richard Cobbold, rector of Wortham and author of Margaret Catchpole, among other books. She was married to Edward Spooner, rector of Hadleigh, and her nephew George Cobbold was the first vicar of St Bartholomew, which seems to have been intended from the start. The church was provided as Ipswich's first purpose-built, thorough-going Anglo-Catholic church, a tradition it has maintained to a degree up until today." - Suffolk Churches by Simon Knott.
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Keywords: Bedford Published by D S Martell Saint Bartholomew Ipswich Blotter Year-Book Matthews Rev S J 44345 Suffolk: : Pamphlets
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Soldiers Died in the Great War 1914-19 Part 17 The Suffolk Regiment.
Chippenham, Picton, 1988. ISBN: 185464016x. Paperback, Dustjacket: Poor. Size: 4to. A Picton Facsimile Reprint of the HMSO publication of 1921. A good quality printing. Listing name, place of birth, date of birth, enlistment and death, rank and number and manner of death (from the possibilities of 'died', 'died of wounds' or 'killed in action'). Condition: A very little external wear, otherwise as new.
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Soldiers Died in The Great War 1914-19 Part 17 The Suffolk Regiment
Published by Picton Publishing Ltd., Chippenham First Thus Edition 1988 [First Edition Her Majesty's Stationery Office 1921]. 1988. Publisher's original laminated grey card covers, black lettering to the spine, upper and lower panels. Quarto 10½'' x 7¼'' ISBN 185464016X. Facsimile reprinted from the first edition published in 1921. In Fine condition, no dust wrapper as published, never used and in as new condition.
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(ANGIER FAMILY). [C.B. ANGIER]
"'Some Genealogical memoranda of the Angier Family' [in] The East Anglian or, Notes and Queries on Subjects connected with the Counties of Suffolk, Cambridge, Essex and Norfolk. New Series. Vol. VI. UNIQUE COPY WITH EXTENSIVE MS ADDITIONS"
"East Anglian, [Norwich, c.1890]" "8vo., First Edition, partially interleaved copy; blue-green cloth, decorative endpapers, upper board blocked in gilt, neatly rebacked with new endpapers to style, a very good, clean copy. With a nineteenth century engraved armorial bookplate on front paste-down. Extensively and substantially enhanced by the addition of some twenty interleaves, heavily and neatly annotated in MS in a neat, scholarly and skilful hand, and including numerous full-page pedigrees, armorials and bearings, together with similarly extensive marginal and textual annotations of many printed pages. To the best of our knowledge there exists no dedicated published history of the Angier family. A UNIQUE RESOURCE AND A RARE SURVIVAL."
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Keywords: "genealogy, family history, angier family, charles bruce angier"
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Stumpy (Richard) Brown (Woodbridge, Suffolk Murders). A rare original article from the Once A Week periodical, 1864.
Bradbury & Evans, London, 1864. First Edition, Disbound. Very Good Condition. 3 pages, some foxing. Note; this is an original article separated from the volume, not a reprint or copy. Size: Octavo. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Once a Week; Inventory No: 281639.
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Stutter's Casebook: A Junior Hospital Doctor, 1839-1841 (Suffolk Records Society)
Boydell Press. Paperback ISBN: 1843831139, Condition: Good.
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18TH CENTURY LEGAL DOCUMENT - THOMAS GREIVE, SOLOMON HENRY, SAMUEL HASKELL; SAMUEL SMITH; CHRISTOPHER BOURNEY; JOHN BERRY; THOMAS GODWIN; WILLIAM SHERMAN; JAMES SPARKS.
Sudbury - Attested copy of Lease for one year.
21st July, 1768 . 0. 1768 - Attested copy of Lease for one year. By Thomas Greive, Swithins Lane, London, Gentleman and Solomon Henry, Swithins Lane, London, Merchant. The properties located in Cornard End Street, Sudbury, Suffolk. Tenants: Samuel Haskell; Samuel Smith; Christopher Bourney; John Berry; Thomas Godwin; and William Sherman. Also, messuage in Great Wallingfield, occupied by James Sparks. 2+ sides watermarked paper + cover sheet. Copy made 1794 - signed by Jno Adolphus, Cecil Street, Strand & Edmd Adolphus clerk to John Adolphus.
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Keywords: Sudbury Waldingfield Wallingfield Jno Adolphus Cecil Street Thomas Greive Solomon Henry, Samuel Haskell; Samuel Smith; Christopher Bourney; John Berry; Thomas Godwin; and William Sherman James Sparks Suffolk: : Documents
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18TH CENTURY LEGAL -HENRY & THOMAS ROGERSON; THOMAS GREIVE, SOLOMON HENRY, SAMUEL HASKELL; SAMUEL SMITH; WILLIAM ARCHER; CHRISTOPHER BOURNEY; JOHN BERRY; THOMAS GODWIN; WILLIAM SHERMAN; JAMES SPARKES.
Sudbury - Attested copy of Lease for a year.
29th Augusted, 1768 . 0. 1768 - Attested copy of Lease for one year. Between Henry & Thomas Rogerson of Swithins Lane, London, Watchmaker and Thomas Greive, Swithins Lane, London, Gentleman The properties located in Cornard End Street, Sudbury, Suffolk. Tenants: ? Haskell; William Archer, Christopher Bourney; John Berry; ? Godwin; and ? Sherman. Also, messuage in Great Wallingfield, occupied by James Sparkes. 3+ sides watermarked paper + cover sheet. Copy made 1794 - signed by Jno Adolphus, Cecil Street, Strand & Edmd Adolphus clerk to John Adolphus.
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Keywords: Sudbury Waldingfield Wallingfield Jno Adolphus Cecil Street Thomas Greive Solomon Henry, Samuel Haskell; Samuel Smith; Christopher Bourney; John Berry; Thomas Godwin; and William Sherman James Sparks Suffolk: : Documents
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