Probate copy of will of Thomas Cockeram Esq. of Cerne Abbas.
Draft will of Thomas Cockeram of Cerne Abbas.
Will of Thomas Cockeram of Up Cerne.
Probate copy of will of Thomas Cockeram of Frome St Quintin.
Release of actions with regard to trust funds from H. C. Dashwood to H.J.J. Cockeram and F.H. Knowles.
Account of purchase money concerning Rendall and Cockeram.
Copy will of John Miller, of Plush in Buckland Newton.
Copy will 1826 and codicil 1833 of Henry Sherren Esq. of Upwey.
Probate copy of will of John Swayne of West Knighton.
Settlement and Removal Papers [F10/1-5 were originally one bundle].
The Rev'd W. T Godber [F11/1-7 were originally one bundle].
Licence to drive a motor car issued to Miss Margaret Duke [ thought to have been the first woman driver in Dorchester].
Apprenticeship indenture: William Fooks the younger of St Peter's parish Dorchester to Joseph White, cordwainer of the same parish.
Property in Buckland Newton: Davidge's and Coward's tenements, later both called Caine's, and land at Plush and Monkwood ( or Munckwood) Hill and Syme's tenement and land at Monkwood Hill. ( Caines, Miller, Devenish and Sweeting families).
Property in Cerne Abbas.
Property in Leigh.
Property in Portesham: A house, 2 cottages and gardens in Pitcher Waddon (Riccards, Damen, Mitchell, Meech, Miller, Parker and Hawkins families).
Property in Yetminster: Copy court roll, Yetminster Secunda; 2 customary tenements and closes called Brimble, Roundams, Great Hooks and Little Hooks Gates, Earbarry, Synderlands (Bellamy, Taylor).
Property in Dorchester: Number 46a South Street enclosed: two receipts of land charge registration application..
Property in Dorchester: Old Grammar School, South street Correspondence, bills, receipts and insurance policies relating to the sale of the school by the governors to Messrs Henry Duke and Son.