2 edition of particular of a freehold messuage ... in Gravesend in the county of Kent found in the catalog.
particular of a freehold messuage ... in Gravesend in the county of Kent
1724 in (London .
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A Freehold Messuage, Tenement, or Farm house, with the Bars, Stable, Outhouses, Orchard, Garden, and several Pieces or Parcels of rich arable Land thereto belonging and adjoining; containing, by Estimation Fifteen Acres, situate, lying, and being in the Parish of Meopham, in the said County of Kent, and late in the Tenure or Occupation of.
This is the last Will and Testament of me Elizabeth Gillbee of Milton next Gravesend in the County of Kent widow. ffirst I give and devise all that my messuage or tenement wherein I now reside situate in the Terrace in Milton next Gravesend aforesaid unto my daughter Mary Tadman and my sons Nicholas Gillbee and James Gillbee their heirs and assigns upon trust to sell,?.
or dispose of the. Gravesend / ˌ ɡ r eɪ v z ˈ ɛ n d / is an ancient town in northwest Kent, England, situated 21 miles (35 km) east-southeast of Charing Cross (central London) on the south bank of the Thames Estuary and opposite Tilbury in d in the diocese of Rochester, it is the administrative centre of the Borough of Gravesham.
Its geographical situation has given Gravesend strategic District: Gravesham. Full text of "The history of the town of Gravesend in the county of Kent, and of the port of London" See other formats.
Gravesend: see Gravesham Gravesham, city and district ( est. pop. 90,), Kent, SE England, on the Thames River. Industries include shipbuilding, metal casting, engineering, paper making, printing, and the production of tires, rubber products, and cement. Click the link for more information.
Gravesend. FREEHOLD MESSUAGE NEW RENTS RENT @ 4D PROPERTY IN BILSINGTON, NEWCHURCH, PATRIXBOURNE (RENVIL) The last will & testament nuncupative of Robert Leedes late of the parish of Warehorn in the county of Kent, Miss Ellen Phillips daughter of the Reverend Luke Phillips of Gravesend, Kent friend Miss Sarah Edmeads of Boughton, Kent her.
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For your chance to view call. Include a share of the freehold and no onward chain. in the county of Kent, knight, dated the 14th of June, in the 32nd year of Henry VIII., A.D.whereby he con-veyed to that King (by way of exchange for the Abbey of Boxley, Kent, and other property) all his lordships and manors of Shales Courte, Olsington, Eundall, Tymberwood, Raynshurst, Milton, and Pole, in the county of Kent, and.
Extensive Roman remains have been found nearby, at Vagniacae (today’s Springhead). Gravesend lies immediately to the north of their road connecting London with the Kent coast — now called Watling Street.
In the Fort Gardens is Milton Chantry, Gravesend's earliest existing building of the late 13th century. It was refounded about on the.
Valuable Freehold, Gravesend, Kent. Eversfield Auctioneer acquaints the public, he has received orders to offer for sale, all those valuable and extensive premises, the "George Inn," situate in the centre of the town of Gravesend, and immediate opposite the New Market, which for business and population is not exceeded on the County.
Thomas Harris was baptized in in Southwark, Surrey, England. His parents were Thomas Harris and Ann Balis. He married Frances Luckhurst in in Gravesend, Particular of a freehold messuage.
in Gravesend in the county of Kent book. They had two sons, George and William. Traces ancestors, descendants and relatives in. NOTICE is hereby given, that all creditors and other persons having any claims or demands upon the estate of Edward Goldsmith, late of Gads-hill, Higham, in the county of Kent, Gentleman (who died on the 2nd day of July, ), are hereby required, on or before the 1st day of December next, to send particulars of their debts or claims to the undersigned George Matthews Arnold.
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An eligible and improveable freehold estate, comprising Pennis Farm, situate in the parishes of Fawkham, Ash, Hartley and Longfield, 20 miles from London and 3 from Farningham, in the county of Kent, with a spacious residence, offices, barns, stabling and out-buildings and 26 acres of arable and pasture land, including a quanitity of woodland.
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Gravesend is part of and is the principal town of the Borough of borough was formed on 1 Aprilunder the Local Government Actby the merger of the Municipal Borough of Gravesend and Northfleet Urban end was incorporated as a Municipal Borough in under the Municipal. Gravesend, Kent synonyms, Gravesend, Kent pronunciation, Gravesend, Kent translation, English dictionary definition of Gravesend, Kent.
A town of southeast England on the Thames River east of London. Is is known as "the Gateway to the Port of London." Pocahontas is buried here. Plan on draft conveyance ().Incl.
copy Probate of Will (made 23 September ) of Sarah Rust of Fobbing, spr; copy Will (made 14 November ) of Elizabeth Wade of Fobbing, wid.; Sale Particular () of house and shop together with the goodwill of the business of a baker and messuage in 6 tenements, all in Horndon-on-the-Hill; copy.
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Biographical Details: Mary Austen “Little Granny” Born, Christened, 9 FebSt Anne’s, Lewes, Sussex Married, Thomas Woodgate, 5 Februaryat St Anne’s, Lewes, Sussex Died,London, UK. Austen Chamberlain writes, in Notes on the families Chamberlain and Harben “Their daughter, Mary Austen, my great-great-grand-mother, after whom I am named, was born inand.
Freehold messuage and tenement consisting of two dwelling houses in Chapel Street and a dwelling house behind with privilege of a passage into Roper Street, containing 30 feet frontage on to Chapel Street and extending 50 feet backwards to King Street, now occupied by John Robinson, William McMaster, and Samuel Dailey, tenants - yearly rent, 6d.
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Search through 5, 4 bedroom properties for sale in Kent, county. Find homes from £, on a map of Kent, county. This family home is tucked away. Messuage called 'Crispes', etc., Frinton Crisps, variously estimated at 16, 18 and 20 acres, had been held in the Shaw family since and was sold by Shaw King in The day before this marriage settlement was signed, a lease agreement for the property was signed by Gabriel Shaw, of Kirby, from Robert Price, of Colchester.
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There are 37 memories of Gravesend to read. Here are one or two to get you started. ALFRED CHARLES WILLIAM VISCOUNT NORTHCLIFFE DECEASED. and surrounding freehold estate and being “Elmwood” in the Parish of St Peter in Thanet in the County of kent Provided that my said brother undertakes to reside at the said house for not less than two calendar months in each year to Alfred Butes of “The Times” Book Club I.
Five freehold messuages in a street called Rope Walk Lane in the several tenures or occupations of George Hamilton, Thomas King, William Wingfield, James Bungard and George Munn, with the yard or garden behind the same; three freehold messuages called Sussex Place, lately built, at the back or W.
part of and adjoining to the messuages before. Reverting to the crown, it was granted, 6 Eliz. to John Robinson, of Gravesend in Kent, esq; whose descendant John Robinson, esq; of Durston-hall in the county of Suffolk, sold it in the year to Mr. Francis Poole of this place, who bequeathed it to his son-in-law Thomas Shute, gent.
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Freehold retail shop with potential for a small business person that may wants to keep overheads low. APPENDIX B— REAL ESTATE HOLDINGS OF SAMPLE. In Section ii of Chapter 5, the real estate holdings of the sample were discussed.
Information on these was acquired from three main sources: the listing of unpaid rents in inventories which were not backed by the listing of leasehold property, memoranda in the Common Serjeants' Books and information from the wills of the sample.
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The superior interest in the manor soon afterwards came to the Say family, lords of Deptford, and there remained till the reign of Richard the Second, when, in Trinity Term, in the nineteenth year of the reign of that monarch, a fine was levied, entailing.