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CalmRefNoKR/R4/2/17
Reference numberR4/2/17
TitleLease and Release.
DescriptionReciting R4/2/13 and R4/2/15, the will of the late Original Jackson whereby he devised his real estates in Godmanchester, Woodwalton and Sawtry equally between his second son, George Jackson of Woodwalton, gent, since deceased, his daughters, Sarah, wife of Rev. John Dowsing of Middleton, Norfolk, clerk, and Elizabeth, since deceased, wife of George Palmer of Water Newton, flourman, subject to the payment of certain mortgages etc, and the decrees of the Court of Chancery for the sale of all the real Estates of Original Jackson in 6 lots. Now John Jackson of Godmanchester, Esq; eldest son and heir at law of the late Original Jackson, Michael Garner of Kings Ripton, farmer, and Owen Fann of Huntingdon, gent, devises in trust and executors named in the will of the late George Jackson, George Palmer, administrator with the will annexed of George Jackson, rev. John Dowsing and Sarah, his wife, and Rev. Horace Hamond of Harpley, Norfolk, clerk, only son and heir at law of the late Rev. Dr Hamond, to William Fellowes of Ramsey, Esq; £4,220 paid to the account of the Accountant General of the Court of Chancery in the Bank of England for the credit of the causes Dowsing and others v Jackson and others & Dowsing and others v Askham and others, Lot 2 the messuages in the tenure of John Bromhead, the pieces of pasture and meadow ground called Green Close, Little Meadow, Harris's Meadow, Martin's meadow, Falkner's Meadow, Black Hedge Hill and Church Field (193 acres 3r 34p) in the tenure of Elizabeth Dowsing and 4 cottages in the occupation of William Drage, Richard Mosley, Edward Andrews and John Markham, all in Woodwalton. Enclosed: Copy of Exemplification of Easter Term, 1 George 1 [1715], a common recovery, Sir William Blackett and John Bullock Esq; v Sir John Marshall. 15 messuages, 5 woods, 15 gardens, 200 acres of land, 60 acres of meadow, 200 acres of pasture, 30 acres of wood, 100 acres of gorse heath and 1,050 acres of marsh in Woodwalton, a moiety of the Manor of Woodwalton and a turn in the presentation to the Advowson of the Parish Church of Woodwalton. R4/3/3.
Date2nd - 3rd May 1788
CreatorNameFellowes family, Lords de Ramsey of Abbots Ripton
RepositoryHuntingdonshire Archives

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