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Trust deed to the uses of Edmund Clerke's will, 1687

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Trust deed to the uses of Edmund Clerke's will, 1687[1] is a document from Bundle 17.


Release, being a trust deed to the uses of Edmund Clerke's will: various lands and manors (see description). 3 Sep 1687. i) Edmund Clerke of Paulston, Wiltshire, esq ii) Philip Chaldecott of Woodyates, Dorset, esq; George Daubney of Gorwell, Dorset; John Tench of London, gent Lands include: the manor and farm of South Stoneham, a messuage at Swaythling, a rent of £4 from Southampton, a messuage at Harold, Bedfordshire, the manor of Hunton, the manor of Hook and Worthy Mortymer (parishes of Headbourne, Kings and Abbots Worthy, and Otterbourne), the manor of Pauncefoot or Paunceford Worthy.


  1. WFMS:286 | HRO 102M71/T89
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