Document ReferenceNe D 5148
TitleArticles of agreement between Bentley Warren and John Houchen for the sale and purchase of an estate at Methwold, Norfolk; 21 Nov. 1804
Date21 November 1804
Extent4 ff
Content DescriptionFirst Party: Bentley Warren, gentleman, of Uppingham, Rutland, on behalf of himself and of Mary Johanna Jackson and Frances Jackson, spinsters, also of Uppingham.

Second Party: John Houchen, gentleman, of Wareham, Norfolk.

Agreement that in consideration of a total sum of £6,500 (1) will convey to (2) a capital messuage called Old hall Farm at Methwold, Norfolk; notes that the property was formerly the estate of the late John Jackson; agreement by (1) to deliver a full abstract of title; agreement by (1) that one or other of them will pay half the valued tenant right and that (2) will pay the other half and so on.

Note that there are two copies of this agreement.
Termestate business, conveyances, Methwold (Norfolk)
legal business, title, Methwold (Norfolk)
Conditiongenerally good

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA51891Warren; Bentley (fl 1802-1805); Mr; 'esquire'; of Uppingham Rutlandfl 1802-1805
NA51895Jackson; Frances (fl 1804-1805); -; spinster; of Uppingham Rutlandfl 1804-1805
NA51896Jackson; Mary (fl 1804-1805); -; spinster; of Uppingham Rutlandfl 1804-1805
NA51894Houchen; John (fl 1804-1805); of Wareham Norfolk; intended to purchase a farm at Methwold Norfolk from Bentley Warren and othersfl 1804-1805
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