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Mortgage of the manor of South Stoneham and others, 1704

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Mortgage of the manor of South Stoneham and others, 1704[1] is a document from Bundle 17.


Mortgage (2 parts) by release following lease for a year (lacking) to secure £1,000: the manor and farm of South Stoneham, messuage at Swaythling, rent of £4 from Southampton, messuage at Harold, Bedfordshire, and the manor of Hunton; with schedule of the debts and legacies of Edmund CLERKE, deceased. 23 Dec 1704. i) Giles Frampton of Ilsington, Dorset ii) Philip Chaldecott of Woodyates, Dorset, esq; George Daubney of Bishops Caundle, Dorset; iii) Dorothy Turner of Dorchester, widow.


  1. WFMS:289 | HRO 102M71/T92
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