Reference numberR18/4/1
TitleLease and Release
DescriptionBowring William Moody, greengrocer, of Kingsgate Street, p. of St.George the Myrtr, Middlesex. (heir of Ann Moody, widow of William Moody, yeoman of Fosdyke, Lincs, and also devisee of his grandfather, Samuel Hawkins, deceased, yeoman of Glassmoor, Whittlesea) and his wife Jane, to John Boyce, tailor of Whittlesea in trust for Thomas Elsum, blacksmith of Whittlesea and his heir for ever. £320. Messuage and adjoining closes (35 acres) in Glassmoor, Whittlesea; Common Drove to the north, Ramsey, Fen Drove to the south, Angle Bridge Drove to the east, the lands of the late William Plummer, bought by Samuel Hawkins from Thomas and Mary Searle, James Loomes and John Delaney, to the west. One Meerside Lot (8 acres) between the lands of William Fellowes and the heirs of Francis Ibberson, Ramsey Drove to the north. Purchased by Samuel Hawkins from William Langhorn. One Meerside Lot (8 acres) between the lots of the heirs of Francis Ibberson to the east-west and south, Ramsey Free Drove to the north, lately purchased by Samuel Hawkins from Susanna Graves, widow, and William Graves. With 2 fines.
Date7th-8th November 1788
CreatorNameFellowes family, Lords de Ramsey of Abbots Ripton
RepositoryHuntingdonshire Archives

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