Record

CalmRefNoKR/R16/3/4
Reference numberR16/3/4
TitleLease and Release
DescriptionOwsley Rowley Esq., of Huntingdon and his wife Ann (only child of William King of Benwick and his wife Ann, who was the heir of David Burges late of Benwick) to William Peppercom, farmer of Hardwicke St. Neots. £150. 3 acres 25 perches of pasture in Broadalls, the Four Hundred Drove to the E., John Ibbersons land to the W, and the lands of William Fellowes Esq., to the N and S. 3 acres 34 perches in Broadalls, William Fellowes land to the E., Broadalls Grove to the W, John Ibbersons land to the N and S. These lands the estate of the late David Burgess, and left in his will of June 1756 to his son, David and now descended to Ann Rowley.
Date4-5th April, 1794
CreatorNameFellowes family, Lords de Ramsey of Abbots Ripton
RepositoryHuntingdonshire Archives

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