Transcribed by Wendy Snarey, 2012

(15) 1875 - Conveyance Grizzell to Cox - 43 & 44 High Street

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1875: Indenture dated 25th March 1875 between:-

  1. Philemon Land of Tewkesbury ironmonger and James Roberts of Kemerton gent
  2. George Edmund Cox of Liverpool Lancashire dealer in fancy goods
  3. Daniel Devereux of Tewkesbury surgeon

Whereas William Grizzell late of Kemerton deceased died in possession of the freehold hereditament hereinafter described and by his Will dated 20th November 1869 he gave all his real estate to his friends John Hillman and John Tucker UPON TRUST to pay his wife Sarah or permit her to receive rents for her life if she remained his widow – and afterwards to sell

And Whereas on 19th June 1873 said William Grizzell executed codicil whereby he appointed Philemon Land and said James Roberts trustees in place of John Hillman and John Tucker William Grizzell died 22nd September 1873 and buried at Kemerton

Sarah his wife died 27th July 1874 and buried at Kemerton

Philemon Land and James Roberts sold by Public Auction at Swan Hotel on 24th February 1875 when George Edmund Cox was highest bidder of LOTS 1 and 2 for sum of £425

The Lots – part of estate of greater value sold to Daniel Devereux and Deeds transferred to him with covenant for George Edmund Cox to view.

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ALL THOSE “ MESSUAGES adjoining together situate in High Street formerly in the tenure of Robert Smith and Mary Probert – then of Henry Baker and William Thomas – afterwards of William Gibbs and James Turner and now of Robert Lane and John Calway – having a Messuage called “Anchor Inn” on South side and Messuage formerly of Joseph Peace (baker) – afterwards of Thomas Alexander Johns and now of Charles Mather – formerly in occupation of Joseph Andrews and now of John Coales on North side


12th September 1848 – Indenture between:-

Joseph Smith and Maria his wife
Revd Samuel Ellis Garrard

15th October 1857 – Indenture between:-
Revd Samuel Ellis Garrard
Joseph Smith
Benjamin Perks Procter

5th June 1858 - Indenture between:-

Joseph Smith and Maria his wife
Nathaniel Hartland; 
Lindsey Winterbotham; 
Samuel Jones [Trustees of Glos. Banking Co.]

12th October 1858

Declaration of said Benjamin Perks Procter

13th October 1858 – Indenture between:-

Benjamin Perks Procter
Trustees of Glos Banking Co
William Grizzell
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