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SOUTH STREET DORCHESTER DEEDS.... SOUTH STREET DORCHESTER DEEDS., 1639-1901
Deeds and associated papers re 22 South Street, Dorchester, now Gould's Store.
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Conveyance (Bargain and sale). 1. William Derby of Dorchester, gentleman, and John Kipping of Southam als Hamworthy, tailor. 2. Walter Teat of Dorchester, brewer..
Mortgage. 1. Matthew Hillard of Dorchester, carpenter. 2. John Hillard of Dorchester, carpenter. 1 to 2: messuage or burgage tenement and garden in High South Street..
Covenant to stand seized..
General release. 1. Sarah Hellard of Stoke Gabriel, Devon, widow. 2. Matthew Hellard of Dorchester, carpenter. 1 to 2..
Will. Matthew Hellard, senior, of Dorchester, carpenter..
Conveyance [Enfeoffment]. 1. Matthew Hellard senior of Dorchester, carpenter, Mary his wife and Mary Hellard, spinster, their daughter. 2. Matthew Hellard junior..
Mortgage. 1. Matthew Hellard senior of Dorchester, carpenter, and Mary Hellard, spinster. 2. Matthew Hellard junior. 1 to 2: property as in D.1022/3. Consideration: 12..
Will. Mary Hellard of Dorchester, spinster..
Copy will. Thomas White of Stinsford..
Copy will. Matthew Hellard of Dorchester, carpenter..
Receipts of Jacob Hellard for monies bequeathed to him in his father's will..
Will. Probate copy of the will of Matthew Hellard..
Conveyance (lease and release). 1. Jane Hellard of Dorchester, widow, and Jane Hellard her daughter. 2. Henry Jacob of Dorchester, cordwainer. 1 to 2: messuage, burgage and tenement in High South Street. Consideration: 60..
Extract of copy will. Henry Jacobs of Dorchester, cordwainer..
Extracts of White family entries in the parish registers of Buckland Newton, Cerne Abbas, Portesham and Chaldon Herring 1729-1812..
Copy conveyance (Lease and release). 1. Mary Soper of Chaldon Herring, spinster, William Ingram of Chaldon Herring, yeoman, and Ann Ingram his wife. 2. Stephen Gale of Dorchester, builder, and William Masters junior of Dorchester, builder..
Appointment and release. 1. Stephen Gale of Dorchester, builder. 2. William Masters of Dorchester, junior. 3. Matthew Jacob of Dorchester, gent. 1 to 3: part of a malthouse and brewhouse formerly known as Crisdys. Consideration: 100..
Copy will. Matthew Jacob of Upwey, gent..
Release. 1. Benjamin and Henry Jacob. 2. ? Jacob. 3. Matthew Jacob. 1 having paid 2 the legacy of 100 pounds left him by 3..
Conveyance. 1. Thomas Saunders of Dorchester, watchmaker. 2. George Davis of Dorchester, gent. 3. Thomas Coombs junior of Dorchester, gent. 1 to 2: fourth part of a house and premises in South Street. Consideration: 250..
Fire insurance for a house in South Street..
Conveyance (mortgage) and reconveyance. 1. Joseph Robinson of Dorchester, professor of music. 2. George Henry Davis of Dorchester, actuary. Mortgage 1 to 2..
Abstract of the title of George Henry Davis and Joseph Robinson to two messuages, garden and premises in South Street and South Back Lane..
Conveyance in fee. 1. George Henry Davis of Dorchester, gentleman, and Joseph Robinson of Dorchester, Professor of Music. 2. William John Marsh of South Street, Dorchester, Tailor and Grocer..
Abstract of the title of William John Marsh to 22 South Street and 8 (formerly 3) Charles Street..
Conveyance. 1. William John Marsh of Dorchester, tailor, and William Alfred Dennis of Dorchester, accountant. 2. Stuckeys Banking Company Ltd. 1 to 2 22 South Street and 8 (formerly 3) Charles Street. Consideration 1,500..
Abstract of the title of Stuckleys Banking Company Ltd to 22 South Street and 8 Charles Street..