by Wendy Snarey

(7) Mortgage for £80 with interest – Sarah Jones to Samuel Hayward – 25th December 1727

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On Cover: Sarah Jones to Samuel Hayward – Mortgage for £80 with interest


Indenture dated 25th December 1727 made between:
  1. Sarah Jones of Tewkesbury widow and relict of Ralph Jones late of Tewkesbury innholder deceased
  2. Samuel Hayward of the City of Oxford bachelor of Arts

Witness that said Sarah Jones for and in consideration of Four Score Pounds to her paid by said Samuel Hayward (receipt acknowledged) she hath granted and demised unto Samuel Hayward

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All those two small Messuages or tenements with the appurtenances situate in Tewkesbury in a certain street there commonly called the Barton Street having

A Messuage or Tenement now or late in the tenure or occupation of William Ransford cooper on the East Side

A shop late or heretofore in the tenure of Paul Finch on the West Side

And which said two small Messuages or Tenements were heretofore in the possession of William Collerick his undertenants and assigns and now of her the said Sarah Jones her undertenants and assigns

And Also all that other Messuage or Tenement with appurtenances situate in the High Street alias Oldbury Street late in the possession of Nicholas Allen his undertenants or assigns and now or late of Richard Bubb having

A Messuage or Tenement now in the possession of James Kingsbury on the North Side

A Messuage or Tenement now in the possession of Bartholomew Sweet on the South Side

Together with all the houses outhouses etc etc To Have and to Hold all the said several Messuages or Tenements and Premises unto Samuel Hayward his executors and assigns foreverProviso for repayment of £80 with interestSigned – Mark of Sarah Jones
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