Collections Relating to Henry Smith, Some Time Alderman of London; The Estates by Him Given to Charitable Uses and the Trustees Appointed by Him

Collections Relating to Henry Smith, Some Time Alderman of London; The Estates by Him Given to Charitable Uses and the Trustees Appointed by Him

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1800 edition. Excerpt: ...--28 St. Olave, ----30 St. George, ----ao Bermondfey, ----20 Clapham, ----'a . 100 The rent of the manors or lordships of Sevenoak, Kemfing, and Seale, with the messuages, farms, lands, tenements, and hereditaments, thereto belonging, reputed to be of the clear yearly vajue of .100, they allotted to And the rent of certain woods, coppices, and woodgrounds, in Sevenoak, Kemfing, and Seale, in lease to the Earl, at .30, they divided between ChaUon%----1 Sutton, ----2. Mitcham, ----4' Yooting, ----a Beddington, --a Carjhalton, ----a Martin, ----1 Morden, ----1 Addington, ----1 Sander/led, ----1 Woodmanjlern, --1 Umpsfield, ----a Katerham, ----3 Cheljham, ----a Titfey, ----a Worlingham, ----, 2 Wolingham, ----1, 30 30 March, 1653, Lord Lumley, and Sir Henry Heite, the only surviving trustees, granted to Richard Earl of Dorset a lease for 82 years, of the manor-house and Park of Knole, with the royalties of fowling, sishing, hawking, and hunting, in such parts of the manors of Knole, Seale, and Kemfing, as belonged to the trustees, and the advowsons of Sevenoak, Seale, and Kempjing, at the rent of .100. And, by another lease of the same date, they demised to the Earl, for a like term, all the woods and underwoods growing in or upon any par; of the waste grounds and commons belonging to the said manors of Knole, Sevenoake, Kemfing, and Seale, or on Rumjbett Common, and River hill Common, containing about 60 acres; and on Westivood Common in the out boundaries of the parish of Sevenoake, containing about 20 acres, being the commons and wastes to the said manors manors of Knole.Had Sevencak belonging;?ind all.wood..upon the twastes of the manors of Kemfing and.Seale 1 containing about 418 acres, (therein described, )f at a rent
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  • Paperback | 40 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 91g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236528603
  • 9781236528605