Conveyance of premises subject to a bankruptcy order against Edmund Dummer, 1716
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Conveyance of premises subject to a bankruptcy order (against Edmund Dummer): various lands (see description) . 11 Aug 1716. Lands include: the manor and farm of South Stoneham, manor of Hunton, messuage in Swaythling, site of a former water grist mill in South Stoneham, rent of £4 from Southampton (as in Lease and release of manor of South Stoneham and others, 1705), interest in leases for lives of Wood Mills, a fishery, and Horse Leaze close in South Stoneham, and of a fishery in the Itchen between Alresford Pond and Itchen Ferry; also copyhold lands in Shidfield and Curdridge in the manors of Droxford and Bishops Waltham. i) Joseph Herne, John Wiseman, Joseph Taylor, Edward Bulstrode and William Besley (bankruptcy commissioners) ii) John Mead of London iii) John Grove, John Haddon and Thomas Lovering (trustees for E Nicholas) iv) Marc Antonie of St Giles in the Fields, Middlesex v) Edward Nicholas of Newton Valence