Transcribed by Wendy Snarey, 2018

(10) Release – Mary Webb heir to Samuel Webb to Mr Thomas Whithorn – 27th January 1798

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Release dated 27th January 1798 – Mrs [sic] Mary Webb daughter and heir of Mr Samuel Webb deceased to Mr Thomas Whithorn and Trustee 
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This Indenture in Three parts made 27th January 1798 between:-

  1. Mary Webb of Tewkesbury spinster
  2. Edward Morris of Gloucester leather dresser and Sarah his wife and Thomas Waldron (executors of John Mann)
  3. Thomas Whithorn of Tewkesbury hairdresser and John Smith of Tewkesbury gentleman (a trustee on behalf of Thomas Whithorn)

Witness that Thomas Whithorn hath agreed with said Mary Webb for the absolute purchase for £135 with the sum of £105 due to Edward Morris and Sarah his wife and Thomas Waldron to be paid out of the purchase money by Thomas Whithorn at the request of said Mary Webb and £30 to be paid to said Mary Webb by said Thomas Whithorn [receipts acknowledged]

Said Mary Webb doth acquit release and discharge unto Thomas Whithorn and said Edward Morris and Sarah his wife and said Thomas Waldron assigns unto Thomas Whithorn

ALL THAT MESSUAGE or TENEMENT formerly in possession of Kenelm Bubb his tenant or undertenant since that of Samuel Webb and now of Mary Webb spinster situate lying in Tewkesbury in a street there called the Barton Street between

A Messuage or Tenement heretofore of John Lyes since of John Cresswell on one side and

A Messuage or Tenement heretofore in possession of John Wilkinson but now of John Warner on the other side

Together with all the ways, paths, passages, party and other walls, lights, watercourses etc etc and appurtenances whatsoever to said Messuage or Tenement hereditaments and premises belonging

The Messuage or Tenement was lately the estate of Mr Samuel Webb deceased father of said Mary Webb who dying intestate descended in fee simple to said Mary Webb as his only daughter and heiress at law

To have and to hold said Messuage or Tenement unto said Thomas Whithorn and his heirs and assigns forever

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