Athelhampton, Puddletown, Tincleton and Woodsford: Sale particulars, with map, of Adminstone (Athelhampton) Lodge, cottages and land, including some land in the other parishes,.
Broadwey and Upwey.
Osmington, Poxwell and Watercombe.
Upwey: Papers, mainly for Elwell, including rent receipts, accounts, letters, etc.(see also D.69/T6).
Nuncupative will of Mary Wood of Grimston in Stratton, widow..
Genealogical notes on Wood, James and Harvey families.
Bills, receipts and financial papers of Wood family.
Manuscript writing book containing specimens of the round hand by George Wood with loose document dedicated to his parents in the same hand written by George Wood in 1761.
Probate copy and another copy of will of John Wood of Muston in Piddlehinton, made and proved 1772..
Bond concerning Marriage settlement of William Harvey of Cerne Abbas, gentleman, and Elizabeth, daughter of Alice Wood of Poxwell, widow, 1782..
Probate copy and another copy of will of Alice Wood of Poxwell, widow, made 1782, proved 1784, with three receipts for legacies under the will,1785-6.
Deputation by John Trenchard of Bloxworth, Esq., of James Wood of Poxwell as gamekeeper of his lands in Poxwell, Warmwell and Osmington, with certificate of Clerk of the Peace..
Marriage settlement of James Wood of Poxwell Farm, yeoman, and Betty Brown of Wareham, spinster, 1785; receipt and discharge for money under the settlement, 1806..
Poem to the memory of Mrs. Ann Cull who died 1786; two acrostics with religious themes on the names of Hannah James Wood and George Wood; lines on the demolition of the gate house at Athelhampton c.1862..
Letter from Thomas Reader of Taunton, Somerset to John Budden of Wareham concerning the Wareham dissenters and ? their minister's assistant, 1787..
Probate copy and two other copies of will of John Wood of Fordington, made 1787, proved 1788, with three receipts for legacies under the will and bills for probate, 1788..
Probate copy and another copy of the will of James Wood of Upwey, gentlman, made 1801, proved 1805, with account of legacy due under the will, c. 1806..
Copy of will of William Harvey of Bradford, Wiltshire, minister..
Correspondence between George Wood of Upwey and Hugh Smith, of Lincolns Inn, London, Esq., concerning negotiations for the buying or selling of the land in Upwey of George Wood and Mrs. Lisle..
Copies of Acts, George III and related papers.
Copy will, 1820, and codicils, 1823 and 1825, of George Wood of Upwey, Esq., with inventory of farm stock, 1826 and household goods, 1828 and note concerning payment of estate duty,1826..
Eight letters from George James Wood at Blandford Academy, six to his sister Hannah and two to his parents at Upwey, 1821-2; letter to his sister, undated, (mid 19th century); letter from his brother-in-law Thomas Samson, husband of Hannah, 1836.
Inventory of clothes belonging to ? H. or J. Wood ( female) at Upwey, 1825..
Copy will of George James Wood of Athelhampton, Esq., made 1864, proved 1867, with accountof expenses incurred under the will of "my dear Mother," c.1854.
Solicitors bills to the devisees under the will of George Wood, Esq., of Upwey, the vendors of the Westbrook Estate ( in Upwey) and J.G Homer from Messrs. Sparks and W.C.Lacey, 1867-8..
Bill of complaint and defendants' answer in case of Jones, Freke, Bale, Scarborough and others against Freke and Chafin, concerning money..
Information concerning the Wood family required to support petition for payment out of Court of Chancery of money paid in by Wiltshire, Somerset and Weymouth Railway Company for land at Upwey..
Broadwey: Agreement for lease of Gundry's fields (Wood to Coaker)..
Broadwey and Radipole: Abstract of title of George James Wood, Esq., to messuage and lands called Ridlands, made 1839.
Osmington, Poxwell and Watercombe.
Piddlehinton: Muston farm, (Churchill to Wood), (mutilated)..
Poxwell: Dairying agreement concerning dwelling house in Poxwell and 20 heifers on Poxwell Farm. (Wood and James)..
Upwey: Agreements for leases, etc. of Westbrook Farm, Bartenhayes in Elwell, Upway Down and land in Stottingway and Elwell, ( with agreement to enclose 1/4 acre in Elwell, 1814 (Wood, Noake, Miller, Russell and Wame)..
Weymouth: Sale of shares in Weymouth Waterworks (Henning to Wood)..