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393. 1692/3. DUPLICATE of No. 392. 394. 1693. FINAL CONCORD between William Wardour, esq., plaintiff, and Thomas Williams, esq., and Magdalen Williams, widow, deforceants, when the deforceants acknowledged the fourth part of the manors of Whitney, Clifford, Llanvayr y Bryn and Hardwick, etc to be the right of the plaintiff. 395. 1693. DUPLICATE of No. 394. 396. 1733. Oct. 2. COPY of “Mr. Hooper’s Acct. of Farms and Cottages in Herefordshire [Whitney and Clifford] settled 2d of Oct, 1733” 397. 1767. Sept. 16. 1. Mary Bourne of Grosvenor Street in the parish of St. George, Hanover Square, spinster, lady of the manors of Whitney and Clifford. 2. Thomas Penoyre of the Moore in the parish of Clifford, esq. COUNTERPART LEASE for 9 years of the fishery on the River Wye in the manors of Whitney and Clifford. 398. 179[blank]. 1. Tomkyns Dew of Whitney Court,esq. 2. John Spencer of the parish of Whitney, gent. DRAFT LEASE for 21 years of the Manor of Clifford, the capital messuage or tenement called Sheepcot in the parish of Clifford and other lands in the parishes of Clifford and Whitney. 399. 1796. Nov. 1. 1. Tomkyns Dew, esq., of Whitney Court. 2. William Tanner of the parish of Winserton, maltster. LEASE for 21 years of a fishery on the River Wye below Whitney Bridge. 400. 1796. Nov. 1. COUNTERPART of No. 399. 401. [18th cent.] SCHEDULE of the Title Deeds and writings relating to the manors and lordships of Whitney and Clifford, late the estate of Mary Bourne, deceased.

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402. 1815. Feb. 23. 1. William Haywood of the parish of Eardisland, co. Hereford, gent., and Stephen Haywood of the same, farmer. 2. Tomkyns Dew of Whitney Court, esq. MEMORANDUM of an Agreement for the conveyance several parcels of meadow and pasture land lying dispersed at Sheepcott Farm in the parishes of Clifford and Whitney. 403. 1824. Feb. 2. MEMORANDUM OF AN AGREEMENT between Tomkyns Dew of Whitney Court, esq., lord of the manor of Clifford, (1) and Thomas James of Hay, co. Brecon innholder, and James Morgan of May, yeoman (2) for the letting of the fishery on the River Wye between Pontvane and Clifford Castle. (ii) Schedules of title deeds, abstract of title, etc. 404. 1690. "THE CASE of the manors of Whitney and Clifford in the county of Hereford", submitted by Robert Price, esq who holds a fourth part of the said manors by virtue of his marriage with lucy, daughter of Robert Rodd, esq., who married Ann Whitney one of the daughters* and coheiresses of Thomas Whitney. Recites the descent of the manors from the time of Sir Robert Whitney (c. 16 James I). Robert Price states that he has sold his fourth part to Mr. Wardour and desires to know whether there are any doubts as to the title. 405. [c. 1690]. THE PEDIGREE and Title of the Whitneys to the estate of Whitney and Clifford in Herefordshire. 406. [after 1694]. PARCHMENT ROLL containing a schedule of records and deeds relating to the manors of Whitney and Clifford. 407. 1779. SCHEDULE of the title deeds and writings relating to the manors and lordships of Whitney and Clifford and other herditaments in Herefordshire, late the estate of Mrs. Mary Bourne, deceased, with Tomkyns Dew esq's receipt for the same.

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408. 1812. SCHEDULE of the Title Deeds and Writings of Estates in the County of Hereford belonging to Tomkyns Dew, esq. 409. 1825. SCHEDULE of the Title Deeds of Tomkyns Dew, esq., of divers hereditaments conveyed to John Jones, esq., in fee for securing the repayment of £3,000 and interest. (iii) Surveys and valuations. 410. 1690. PARTICULARS (or Valuation) of the manors of Whitney and Clifford, 1690. 411. [c. 1690]. PARTICULARS of Cottages, rents, etc in the manors of Clifford and Whitney. 412. 1735. THE PARTICULARS (valuation) of the manors of Whitney and Clifford in Herefordshire. 413. [after 1848]. PARTICULARS of messauges and lands in the parishes of Whitney and Clifford purchased by the late Tomkyns Dew, esq. (iv) Rentals and accounts. 414. 1695. THE ACCOUNTS of John Williams, bailiff and receiver to William Wardour and the elder, esq., of all his rents and other profits and perquisites within and for his two manors or lordships of Clifford and Whitney in the county of Hereford for the year of our Lord God 1695. 415. 1696-1721. ACCOUNTS of John Williams, Henry Jones and Thomas Morris, receivers of rent within the manors of Whitney and Clifford. 416. [c. 1699]. RENTAL of the Manors of Whitney and Clifford; the superscription of the Clifford Rental reads = "The Manor of Clifford Castle where faire Rosamond Daughter to my Lord Clifford was borne."

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1712 – 1747. SUIT ROLLS of the tenants and residents of the manors of Clifford and Whitney. 417. 1712. 418. 1716 – 8. 419. 1724 – 9. 420. 1730 – 5. 421. 1736 – 41. 422. 1742 – 7. 423. 1768 – 1777. MANORS OF WHITNEY & CLIFFORD = Accounts between Mary Bourne and John Stallard [steward] concerning the rents and profits of the said manors, 1768-1777. (1 bundle) (v) Maps and plans. 424. 1784. BOOK containing coloured maps of the Whitney and Clifford estates (including the Court of Whitney, Boat Side Farm, Apperly’s Farm; Mill Farm, Castleton; Sheep Cott, The Lordship upon the Hill, and Clifford Castle). A note on the title page states = "This Map or Plan of the Estate at Whitney & Clifford Herefordshire is very Bad and not at all Correct 1748." 425. 1817. MAP of the Sheep Cot Farm in the parishes of Whitney and Clifford. (vi) Miscellaneous. 426. 1819. Oct. 9. NOTICE from Lawrence Goodman to James Brown restraining him from trespassing on lands belonging to the manors of Whitney and Clifford. 427. 1832. Sept. 19. APPOINTMENT by Tomkyns Dew of Whitney Court, esq., of Thomas Hodges of the parish of Clifford as gamekeeper in the manors of Whitney and Clifford. 428. 1832 – 1833. FILE of papers concerning a loan of £20,000 to be secured on the estates of Tomkyns Dew, esq. 429. 1866. CASE and Counsel’s opinion as to the title of Tomkyns Dew, esq., to a fishery in the River Wye between the extremity of the manor of Clifford at Pontvain and Whitney Bridge,

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contd/. 429. 1866. contested by a Mr. Hopton, the owner of an estate called Lower Court lying within the said manor. IV OTHER HEREORDSHIRE PARISHES = Winforton and Brilley. 430. 1594. April 1. 1. David ap Griffith of Whitney, gent. 2. David ap Hugh ap Howel of Llowes, co. Radnor, gent., and David ap Hugh ap Howel Vaine of Cliro, co. Radnor, gent. SETTLEMENT (after the marriage of the said David ap Griffith and Margaret verch Hugh, his wife, daughter of the said Hugh ap Howel Vaine) of messuages and lands called Tir Howel ap Richard ap Adam in the parish of Whitney, co. Hereford, and one other messuage or tenement and lands called Tir Lewis ap Richard or lands or tenements of Richard ap John ap Jenkin in the parish of Brilley, co. Hereford. 431. 1605. April 1. 1. William Vaughan of Winforton, co. Hereford, gent., and John Vaughan of Kynersley, co. Hereford, esq. 2. Eustace Whitney of Whitney, esq. BARGAIN & SALE of a close of land called the close lloydon adjoining the park of the said Eustace Whitney on the west part and Winfortons Woodde on the est part, in the lordship of Winforton, co. Hereford. Consideration : £48. 432. 1741. Nov. 2 1. Morgan Jenkins of the parish of Brilley, co. Hereford, weaver. 2. William Jenkins of the same, son of the said Morgan Jenkins. GIFT of a meadow called Ka Kellon adjoining the common called Brilley's Green in the parish of Brilley. 433. 1772. July 10. 1. Edward Greenly, late of Huntington Park, co. Hereford, but now of Bath, esq. 2. John Jones of the parish of Brilley, yeoman. LEASE for 99 years of a cottage and three gardens lying in a dingle at the lower part of a common called Brilley Green in the parish of Brilley within the manor of Huntington.

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434. 1798. March 10. 1. Martha Jones, widow of the parish of Brilley. 2. Roger Savaker, yeoman, of Brilley. AGREEMENT for the sale of a cotage called the Dingle in the parish of Brilley. 435. 1824. Jan 10, 1. Roger Savaker of the parish of Brilley, co. Hereford, labourer. 2. John Roberts of Panteg in the parish of Aberedow, co. Radnor, farmer. DEMISE for 1000 years of a cottage and land lying in a dingle in the lower part of a common formerly called Brilley Green in the parish of Brilley, co. Hereford, which said premises were allotted to the said Roger Savaker under an Act of Parliament for the inclosure of commons in the Parish of Brilley. 436. 1828. Nov. 1. 1. Ann Roberts of the parish of Brilley, co. Hereford, wdow. 2. Tomkyns Dew of Whitney Court, esq. ASSIGNMENT of a lease of a cottage and appurtenances lying in a dingle at the lower part of a common called Brilley Green in the parish of Brilley in the manor of Huntington, co. Hereford. V. HEREFORDSHIRE & ADJACENT COUNTIES. 437. 1699.- 1700. AN ACCOUNT of the rent duties and chief rent due [from the lordship of Bolgoed the Priory lordship, St John the Evangelist, Scethrog Modrudd and Penkelly, co. Brecon] to Sir Thomas Williams, Bart. [of Elham, co. Kent; cr. bart. 1674; son of Thomas Williams of Talyllyn, co. Brecon] for Michaelmas 1699 and Lady Day 1700 and in the collection of Henry Williams. Also includes sundry disbursements for the said Henry Williams, and an account of legal costs in connection with two suits (1) between Sir Thomas Williams and Henry Cornwall, esq., in Chancery and (ii) between Sir Thomas Williams and one Phillips "in Dutchy Chamber".

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438. 1616. July 2. 1. Sir Robert Whithey of Whitney, Kt., and Thomas Whitney, esq., his brother. 2. James Whitlocke of the Middle Temple, esq., and William Sotwell of Lincoln's Inn, esq. DEED LEADING THE USES OF A FINE of the manors of Whitney and Ocle Pitcharde, co. Hereford, Clifton super Dunsemore, co. Warwick and Icombe, co. Gloucester. B439. 1811. PLAN of an intended line of Tram Road from the public wharf of the Brecon and Abergavenny Canal at the town of Brecon to the village of Eardisley in the county of Hereford, 1811. 440. 1820. SPECIFICATIONS of various Crown lands in Clifford and Huntingdon, co. Hereford, and Tenbury, co. Worcester, to be sold by auction 9 September, 1820. (Printed). B441. [after 1820] MAP (printed) of Crown lands at Huntingdon, co. Hereford, and Tenbury, co. Worcester. 442. 1830. Dec. 9. WARRANT from the Clerk of the Magistrates of the hundred of Huntington, co. Hereford to the churchwardens and overseers of the poor of the parish of Winforton to call a meeting for the purpose of swearing-in special constables in view of "the present disturbed state of some of the Counties of this Kingdom; the secret and malicious destruction of Property by midnight Incendiaries..." &c. 443. 1833. April 8. MINUTES of a General Meeting of the Herefordshire Bow Meeting held at Bosley's Hotel, Hereford, 8 April 1833. (Printed) 444. 1860. Dec. 17. 1. Tomkyns Dew of Whitney Court, esq., 2. The Rev. Thomas Kearsey Thomas of Whitney, clerk and Charles Griffiths of Hay, co. Brecon, accountant. BOND in £1,000 for the payment of £500.

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445. 1844. CATALOGUE of Household Furniture to be sold by auction at Hay Castle, co. Brecon. 22 January, 1844. (Printed) 446. 1846. PRINTED NOTICE OF SALE of forest sheep at Ednol Farm, Old Radnor, co. Radnor, 30 September 1846. 447. 1886. May 22. VALUATION of a field of arable adjoining the turnpike road from Bredwardine to Hay. VI IRELAND, HERTFORDSHIRE, MIDDLESEX & LONDON. (i) Ireland. 448. 1800. March 22. 1. Stewart King of Dublin, esq. one of the Masters of Chancery in Ireland. 2. John James Martin Francis French, esq., a person of unsound mind, by James Walker, esq., one of the Masters of Chancery in Ireland. 3. Bartholomew Basterall of Dublin, esq. CONVEYANCE of divers houses and premises in the town of Galway, co. Galway, Ireland. (ii) Hertfordshire. 449. 1833. Aug. 29. 1. Sophia Charlotte, wife of Thomas Tyringham Bernard, late of Goldingtons in the parish of Sarratt, co. Hertford, and now of Norwood, co. Surrey, esq. 2. The said Thomas Tyringham Bernard. 3. Edward Pritchard of Rosehall Farm, in the parish of Sarratt, co. Hertford, farmer. COUNTERPART LEASE for 14 years of Rose Hall Farm in the parish of Sarratt, co. Hertford.

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450. 1839. Dec. 28. 1. Tomkyns Dew, of Whitney Court, co. Heereford, esq. 2. James Males of Green End Farm in the parish of Sarratt co. Herts., farmer. COUNTERPART LEASE for seven years of lands in Sarratt, co. Herts., if Thomas Tyringham Bernard, late of Nether Winchendon, co. Bucks., but now residing in Paris, so long lives, the said Tomkyns Dew holding the said premises for the term of the natural life of the said T.T.B. 451. 1840. June 24. 1. Tomkyns Dew of Whitney Court, co. Hereford, esq. 2. James Males of Green End Farm in the parish of Sarratt co. Herts, farmer. LEASE of two closes of arable land in the parish of Sarrett, co. Herts., for seven years if Thomas Tyringham Bernard, late of Pall Mall, co. Middlesex, esq. 452. 1846. Nov. 30. 1. Tomkyns Dew of Whitney Court, co. Hereford, esq., 2. Thomas Lamie Murray of George Street, Hanover Square, co. Middlesex, esq. COUNTERPART LEASE for seven years of Gidington House and pasture land adjoining in the parish of Sarratt, co. Hertford, if Thomas Tyringham Bernard shall so long live. The said T.D. is entitled to the premises during the lifetime of the said T.T.B. 453. 1847. May 9. 1. Tomkyns Dew of Whitney Court, co. Hereford, esq. 2. James Males of the parish of Sarratt, co. Herts. farmer. COUNTERPART LEASE for 14 years of Rose Hall Farm in the parish of Sarratt, co. Herts. if Thomas Tyringham Bernard shall so long live. The said T. D. is possessed of the said premises during the life of the said T.T.B.

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454. 1780. Jan. 1. LETTER OF ATTORNEY from Elizabeth Ives of Northampton, widow, to Christopher Smyth of the same, gent., to recieve a legacy due to her under the will of Mary Bourne of Abbots Langley, co. Hertford, spinster, deceased. 455. 1844. March 15. NOTICE from Tomkyns Dew, esq., to George Winser to quit and deliver up possession of the farm and lands called Upper Brookfield Lands and Butterfield Closes in the parish of Sarratt, co. Hertford. (iii) Middlesex and London 456. 1722. Feb. 6. 1. Thomas Barlow of the parish of St. Martin in the Fields, carpenter. 2. John Hodgson of the parish of St. Paul Covent Garden, scrivenor, and George Shute, junior, of St. Paul Covent Garden, button seller. COPY DEED OF TRUST relative to a piece of ground, part of a field near Oliver's Mount in the parish of St. Martin's in the Field. 457. 1725. May 6. 1. Thomas Barlow of the parish of St. Martin in the Fields, carpenter. 2. Edward Allen of the parish of St. James Westminster, carpenter. LEASE for 80 years of a close part of a field called Brookfield near Oliver's Mount in the parish of St. Martins in the Fields or St. George Hanover Square, co. Middlesex. 458. 1725. May 6. COUNTERPART of No. 457. 459. 1725. May 7. 1. Edward Allen of the parish of St. James Westminster, carpenter. 2. George Shute senior, citizen and ironmonger of London. MORTGAGE of a piece of land called Brookfield near Oliver's Mount in the parish of St. Martins in the Fields or St. George Hanover Square. Consideration : £450.

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460. 1726. April 25. 1. Edward Allen of the parish of St. James, Westminster, carpenter. 2. George Shute senior, citizen and ironmonger of London. 3. Lucy Killigrew of St. Julians, co. Hertford, widow. ASSIGNMENT of a lease of a house in Grosvenor Street, London. 461. 1726. March 3. COPY WILL of Lucy Killigrew of St. Julians in the parish of St. Stephen's co. Hertford. 462. 1729. May 24. 1. Sir Richard Manningham of the parish of St. Andrew Holborn, co. Middlesex, Kt. 2. Edward Dew of the parish of St. Giles in the Fields, co. Middlesex, dyer. LEASE for 55 years of a piece of ground in Chelsea Park, co. Middlesex. 463. 1729. June 2. 1. Edward Allen of the parish of St. James, Westminster, carpenter. 2. Robert Spackman of St. Margaret's Westminster, brewers clerk. ASSIGNMENT of a lease of a parcel of ground, part of a field called Brookfield near Oliver's Mount in the parish of St. Martin in the Fields, co. Middlesex. 464. 1731. May 10. COPY WILL of Judith Killigrew of Grosvenor Street in the parish of St. George Hanover Square, co. Middlesex, spinster. Refers to land in St. Julian's and St. Stephen's, co. Hertford. 465. 1731. July 17. 1. Sir Philip Butler, Bart. of Teston, co. Kent, and Thomas Bruce of Stistede, co. Essex, esq., executors of Judith Killigrew late of St. George Hanover Square, spinster, deceased. 2. Tomkyns Wardour of St. George Hanover Square, esq. ASSIGNMENT of a lease of a house in Grosvenor Street, London.

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466. 1732. July 12. 1. Edward Allen of the parish of St. James, Westminster, carpenter. 2. Tomkyns Wardour of St. George Hanover Square, esq. ASSIGNMENT of a lease of a stable, coach house and rooms over the same, situate on the north side of Grosvenor Mews, London. 467. 1749. May 15. 1. Uvedale Price of Bath, esq. and Robert Price of Foxley, co. Hereford, esq. 2. Tomkyns Wardour of Hillington Heath, co. Middlesex, esq. BOND in £1000 for the performance of covenants contained in certain Indentures of equal date. 468. 1761. March 24. 1. Elizabeth Wardour of Grosvenor Street, London, widow. 2. Charles Morris of Loddington, co. Leicester, esq. AGREEMENT to pay 5 per cent instead of 4 per cent in consideration of a Mortgage made by Edmund Morris, esq., deceased, to Tomkins Wardour of Grosvenor Street, esq., deceased upon the estate of the said Charles Morris (son of the said Edmund Morris) being permitted to continue for the term of 4 years. 469. 1780. Sept. 5. 1. Mary Gregg of Grosvenor Street, London, spinster, executor of Mary Bourne, spinster. 2. Robert Darrell of London, esq. 3. Thomas Gregg of London, esq. AGREEMENT respecting a legacy due to Philadelphia Rowley under the will of the said Mary Bourne. 470. 1792. Sept. 25. 1. Henry Styleman of Snettisham, co. Norfolk, esq. 2. Benjamin Kingston of Russell Place in the parish of St. Pancras, co. Middlesex, esq. COUNTERPART LEASE for 8 1/2 years of a house in Lower Grosvenor Street, London.

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471. [18th cent.]. ABSTRACT OF TITLE of Mrs [Judith] Killigrew to a house in Grosvenor Square, London. 472. 1779 - 1802. PAPERS relating to the administration by Tomkyns Dew, esq., of Lincoln's Inn Fields, and Albany Wallils, esq., of Norfolk Street, London, of the estate of Catherine Haynes of Wootton, co. Surrey, widow. (1 bundle) VII WILLS, LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION, ETC. 473. 1567. Sept. 17. INQUISITIO POST MORTEM taken at Hereford after the death of Sir Robert Whitney, Kt. Gives particulars of the lands, etc which he possessed and states that his son and heir is James Whitney, aged 23 years. 474. 1610. April 28. PROBATE of the Will (12 Oct., 1609) of Thomas Whitney of Middlewood, co. Hereford. 475. 1736/7. March 4. LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION granted to William Wardour, esq., touching the estate of his mother Anna Sophia Wardour, late of the parish of St. Margaret Westminster, widow, deceased. 476. 1745. June 13. LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION to Silet Dew, widow, touching the estate of her husband, Edward Dew, late of the parish of St. Giles in the Fields, co. Middlesex. 477. 1750/1. Feb. 12. WILL of Tomkyns Wardour of the parish of St. George Hanover Square, co. Middlesex. 478. 1752. March 17. PROBATE of the Will (fragment) of Tomkyns Wardour, late of the parish of St. George, Hanover Square, esq. 479. 1758. July 28. LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION to Tomkyns Dew touching the estate of his mother, Silett Dew, late of the parish of St. Luke, co. Middlesex. 480. 1761. Oct. 21. PROBATE of the Will (15 Aug. 1761) of Jane Oram of Kingston-upon-Thames, co. Surrey, widow.

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481. 1762. Feb. 5. LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION to Tomkyns Dew, esq., touching the estate of his aunt, Jane Gillmore, late of the parish of St. Bridget, alias Bride, London, widow. 482. 1762. Dec. 8. ABSTRACT of the will of Mrs. Styleman of Hunstanton. 483. 1764. Aug. 28. PROBATE of the will (7 July 1764) of Jane Walter of the parish of St. Luke's Chelsea, co. Middlesex, widow. 484. 1765. Jan. 8. PROBATE of the Will (13 Apr 1762) of Mary Fleetwood of St Margaret Westminster, spinster. 485. (i) COPIES of two Wills or draft wills (6 Nov. 1764 and 10 Aug 1769) of Dorcas Burley of the parish of Westham, co. Essex, widow. (ii) AFFIDAVIT of Eugene Allen of the parish of St. Mary White- chappel, co. Middlesex, grocer, and Tamer Allen, his wife, touching the said Wills. (iii) LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION (28 Aug. 1770) to Sarah Dew, wife of Tomkyns Dew, esq., touching the estate of said Dorcas Burley. 486. 1770. Aug. 27. PROBATE of the Will (16 Aug. 1770) of Anne Blakeway of Cotteridge, co. Hertford, spinster. 487. 1775. Aug. 24. COPY WILL of David Franco of Fenchurch Street, London, esq. Among his bequests are £1000 to Tomkyns Dew and £500 to Sarah Dew, his wife. 488. 1783. Sept. 24. PROBATE of the Will (11 March 1783) of Frances Kidd of Great Distaff Lane in the parish of St. Margaret Moses, London. 489. 1784. March 4. DISCHARGE from Albany Wallis for a legacy of £20 left to him by Frances Kidd, late of the parish of St. Margaret Moses, London. 490. 1784. March 9. DISCHARGE from Daniel Haynes for a legacy of £20 left to his wife, Catherine Haynes by Frances Kidd, late of the parish of St. Margaret Moses, London.

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491. 1785. Jan. 19. DISCHARGE from the House Committee of the City of London Lying-in Hospital in the City Road near Moorfield for a legacy of L500 left to the hospital under the will of Frances Kidd late of the parish of St. Margaret Moses, London. 492. 1785. Feb. 21. DISCHARGE from Mathew Spray of Grevell Street, Hatton Gordon, London, surgeon for a legacy of L100 left to him by Frances Kidd. 493. 1788. Feb. 18. LETTERS of ADMINISTRATION to Tomkyns Dew, esq., touching the estate of his wife, Sarah Dew, late of the parish of St. Mary le Bone, co. Middlesex. 494. 1794. Oct. 22. DUPLICATE WILL of Tomkyns Dew of Portland Plance in the parish of St. Mary le bone, co. Middlesex. 495. 1799. Dec. 2. PROBATE of the will (22 Oct. 1794) of Tomkyns Dew of Portland Place in the parish of St. Mary le bone, co. Middlesex, esq. Inter alia, gives to his son Tomkyns Dew, on whome his estate in Herefordshire is settled, the fee farm rent which he purchased of Government, and payable out of this estate. Appoints his executors as guardians of his son and directs that his maintenance and education be paid out of the rents and profits of the said estate. Further desires that his son at the age of 16 years, instead of going to the University, be articled for five years to a conveyancer and attorney of eminence in the county of Norfolk. 496. 1828. Oct. 20. PROBATE of the Will (22 April 1825) of Roger Saviger of the Dingle in the Parish of Brilley, yeoman.

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VIII ACCOUNTS,VOUCHERS, RECEIPTS, ETC. 497. 1776-1777. ACCOUNT (with vouchers) of Hugh Jackson with Mrs Mary Bourne for the rents and profits of her estate at Manton in the county of Rutland. 498. 1779-1780. RECEIPTS from various beneficiaries to Mary Gregg, executrix of Mary Bourne, deceased, for legacies received under the will of the said Mary Bourne. (1 bundle) 499. 1791. Aug. 6. STATE of the several sums due on two several mortgages on the estates late of Sir John Gibbons at Stanwell, co. Middlesex. (With supporting vouchers). 500. 1792-1798. VOUCHERS in support of the account Tomkyns Dew, esq., as an executor of Elizabeth Iveson with Charles Edwrd Jones and Ann Iveson. 501. 1799. VOUCHERS in support of Henry Styleman's account with Tomkyns Dew, esq., (1 bundle). 502. 1799-1812. ACCOUNT of Samuel Hancorn with the guardians of Tomkyns Dew, esq. 503. 1800-1803. ACCOUNTS of James Spencer with Mrs. Ann Dew, Henry Styleman and Nicolas Styleman, esqrs., executors of Tomkyns Dew, esq., deceased, and also guardians of Tomkyns Dew, esq., an infant. 504. 1800-1807. ACCOUNT of John Spencer with the guardians of Tomkyns Dew, esq. 505. 1800-1807. ACCOUNT of Mrs. Ann Haywood with the guardians of Tomkyns Dew, esq., for the rent of Whitney Court Estate. 506. 1800-1812. SUMMARY of John Spencer's account with the executors of Tomkyns Dew, esq., and the guardians of Tomkyns Dew, esq., an infant. 507. 1802-1804. ACCOUNT of Richard Higgins with the executors of the late Tomkins Dew, esq.

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508. 1802-1853. BILLS for work done for Tomkins Dew, esq., at Whitney Court and other properties; receipts for rents etc.k and miscellaneous vouchers. (1 bundle) 509. 1812-1820. ACCOUNT of the Commissioner under the Whitney Inclosure Act with John Clayton. 510. 1812-1827. ACCOUNT of Tomkyns Dew, esq., with the executors of the late John Cheese, esq. (With vouchers, etc.) 511. 1813. A COUCH BUILDER's Bill for a new post chaise supplied to Tomkyns Dew, esq. 512. 1816-1832. Tomkyns Dew, esq., in account with the Hay Railway Company for the carriage of coal, lime and hoop iron from Brecon to Whintey. (1 file). 513. 1817. "SUMMARY" of Mrs. Powell's accounts" [? with the executors of Tomkins Dew, esq.]. 514. 1817-1819 Tomkyns Dew, esq., in Account with [? his agent] C. Hancorne. 515-516. 1818. TWO ACCOUNT BOOKS containing particulars of expenses incurred by Tomkyns Dew, esq and William Pritchard of Hay, in the course of a journey to Longtown, Scotland and back. 517. 1818-1820. SHEAF of Innkeepers' Bills incurred by Tomkyns Dew, esq., on various journeys. 518. 1819-1820. TWO SMALL NOTEBOOKS containing a few accounts of "work done in the Quarry" [stone quarry in Whitney]. Includes particulars of the amount of stone quarried for various purposes and the rates at which the quarrymen were paid. 519. 1819-1821. PARTICULARS of wine supplied to Tomkyns Dew, esq., 1819-1821. 520. 1821. Tomkyns Dew, esq., in account with J. Monkhouse. 521. 1821-1828. ACCOUNT BOOK containing particulars of miscellaneous disbursements by Tomkyns Dew, esq., of Whitney Court, 1821-1828.

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522. 1822-1828. ACCOUNT BOOK : Tomkyns Dew, Esq., in account with Davies, Drummer, Cheese & Cheese. 523. 1823-1827. FILE OF RECEIPTS from Thomas Powell, esq., to Tomkyns Dew. esq., for certain annuity payments due to the late Mrs. L. Powell, mother of the said Thomas Powell. 524. 1825. May 31. A London stationer's bill for goods supplied to Tomkyne Dew, esq. 525. [1829]. Tomkyns Dew, esq., in account with C. Hancorn concerning rents, etc. 526. 1829-1838. ACCOUNT (with vouchers) of Tomkyns Dew, esq., with John Hancorn 527. 1834-1839. BANK PASS-BOOK = Tomkyne Dew, esq., in account with Davies Crummer, E. H. Cheese and David Oliver. 528. 1837. A Portsmouth outfitter's bil for naval uniform and other items of equipment supplied to Roderick Dew, son of Tomkyns Dew, esq. 529. 1837-1844. SMALL NOTEBOOK containing accounts of Wheat, barley, peas, etc., sold by Tomkyns Dew, esq., to Thomas Wanklyn. 530. 1838-1848. BILLS for blacksmith's work done by Thomas Wanklyn for Tomkyns Dew, esq. (1 bundle) 531. 1842-1846. RECEIPTS for money paid in to his bank by Tomkyns Dew, esq. (1 bundle) IX CORRESPONDENCE 532. 1724. April 4. John Pateshall to (? - part of letter missing) concerning heriots due to William Wardour, lord of the manor of Whitney on the death of Henry Williams, [of Cabalva]. 533-536. 1793. Feb. Tomkyns DEW from Portland Place, 13 - March 15. London, to Henry Stylemann, esq. Four letters concerning legal and estate matters 537. 1806. Nov. 14. J. SPENCER from Hay, to Henry Styleman, esq., at Snetisham near Lynn, Norfolk. The tenancy of Castleton Farm, etc

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538-543. 1810-1812. Six letters to Colonel Thomas Powell of Whitney Court [second husband of Ann Dew, widow of Tomkyne Dew I] concerning estate and legal matters. 544. 1811. April 3. Sarah Eves from Clifford Place to John Spencer [agent to Col. Thomas Powell] concerning land called Lox's {or Lockster's} Pool. 545. 1840. Nov. 30. LETTER from the Tithe Commission Office to E.S. Gisborne of Huntington Court, Hereford, notifying him that the apportionment of the rent-charge in liew of the tithes of the pariah of Whitney was confirmed by the Board 27 November, 1840. 546. 1816-1817. FILE of letters and papers concerning the investment of money in the Hay Railway (tramroad) Company. 547. 1823. J. Parsons to Mrs. Thomas Powell at Aberystwyth, concerning the payment of certain dividends. 548. 1833. June 12. John F. Stuart from Brighton to the Rev. George Coke at Lower Moors, Kington, Herefordshire concerning the vacant curacy of Whitney. 549. 1833. June 27. R. G. Grahm from the Admiralty to Viscount Hereford regarding the admission of Roderick Dew, Tomkyns Dew's son, to the Royal Naval College. 550. 1833. Nov. 20. R. Jenkyns from Balliol College, Oxford, to Colonel Powell at Hardwick, Hay, concerning the admission of [Tomkyns (III) Dew?] to the college. 551. 1838. June 4. William Jones, secretary of the Bristol Asylum or School of Industry for the Blind, to Thomas Lewis, clerk of the Hay Union, at Bercon, concerning two inmates of the institution. 552. 1812-1850. LETTERS to Tomkyns Dew (II) of Whitney Court from various corres- pondents, maily relating to estate and financial affairs. (1 bundle)

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553. 1813-1819. LETTERS from Mrs. Ann Powell (formerly wife of Tomkyne Dew (I)) to her son Tomkyns Dew (II) concerning family and financial matters, her separation from her (second) husband, Colonel Thomas Powell, etc. (1 bundle) 554. 1824-1838. LETTERS, maily to Tomkyns Dew, (II) esq., and papers relating to the settlement of the estate of Mrs. Armine Styleman of Snettisham, co Norfolk and particularly to the legacies due under her will to Dew's sisters Mrs. Ann McGachen and Mrs. Armine Furlong of both whose marriage settlements Dew was trustee. (1 bundle) 555. 1835-1838. LETTERS to Tomkyns Dew (II) of Whitney Court, concerning the careers and education of his sons Tomkyns (III) the eldest (admitted to the Inner Temple in 1838). Hnery, the second son, (entered Rugby School in 1834), Edward L'Estrange, the third son, (at Shrewsbury School) in 1838), and Roderick, the fourth son (entered the Navy in 1835). One of the letters is from Dr. Arnold, headmaster of Rugby. (1 bundle) 556. 1859-1891. LETTERS to Tomkyns Dew (III) of Whitney Court from various correspondents concerning the payment of chief rents, fishing rights in the River Wye, etc. ( 1 bundle) 557. 1887-1889. CORRESPONDENCE concerning land required from Tomkyns Dew (III) esq., by the Golden Valley Railway Co., for the purpose of an extension of the line to Hay. (1 bundle) X MISCELLANEOUS. 558. 1615. May 25. 1. James Whitelock of the Middle Temple, esq. 2. Sir Robert Whitney of Whitney, esq. DEFEASANCE to two Bonds of Statute Staple, dated 28 July, 1613 and 8 December, 1614 for the recovery of debts acknowledged before the Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas.

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559. 1764. Aug. 24 & 1. Nicoles Turner of Bignor Park, 25 co. Sussex, esq. 2. Henrietta Meriton of Chelsea, co. Middlesex, spinster. 3. Sir Francis Vincent of Stoke Dabernon, co. Surrey, Bart., and John Vincent of Beech Hill, co. Surrey, esq. 4. Tomkyns Dew of Lincoln's Inn, esq., and Mathew Duane of Bedford Row, co. Middlesex, esq. COPY LEASE & RELEASE, being a Settlement made before the marriage of the said nicolas Turner and Henrietta Meriton, of lands lying at parisho f Sutton, co. Surrey. 560. 1765. Jan. 17. AUTHORITY from Nicholas Turner and Henrietta Turner, his wife, to Tomkyne Dew and Mathew Duane, esqrs., to sell and transfer for much of a sum of L5000 4% consolidated Bank Annuities which was transferred to the said Dew and Duane upon trust by the Marriage Settlement of the said Nicholas and Henrietta as will raise the sum of L1,076. 19. 6. to pay Nicholas Kempe and Ann his wife their share of the estate of Mrs. Ann Meriton, deceased. 561. 1765. March 9. 1. Elizabeth Werdour of Grosvenor Street, London, widow. 2. Charles Morris of Loddington co. Leicester, esq. AGREEMENT to pay 5 per cent instead of 4 percent in consideration of a mortgage upon part of the estate of the said Charles Morris being permitted to continue for the term of 4 years. 562. 1771. Feb 6. 1. Mary Bourne of the parish of St. George Hanover Square, spinster. 2. Tomkyns Dew of Lincoln's Inn Fields, esq. ASSIGNMENT of seven messuages or tenements in St. Margaret's Churchyard in the parish of St. Margaret, Westminster.

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563. 1788. Dec. 25. 1. Tomkyns Dew of Whitney Court, esq. 2. Ann Styleman of Ringstead, co. Norfolk, spinster, 3. Rev. Armine Styleman of Ring- stead, clerk, and Henry Styleman of Snettisham, co. Norfolk, esq. 4. Nicholas Styleman of Norwich esq., and the Rev. Edward Roger North of Harlow, co. Essex, clerk. SETTLEMENT (before the marriage of the said Tomkyne Dew and Ann Styleman) of an annuity of L200 on the said Ann Styleman for life in addition to an annuity or rent charge of L400 to which the said Ann shall become entitled after the death of the said Tomkyne Dew in accordance with the terms of the will of Mary Bourne, late of St. George Hanover Square who bequeathed the manors of Whitney and Clifford etc., in trust to the said Tomkyns Dew. 564. 1800. CASE, on the part of the executors and trustees of the Will of Tomkyns Dew, esq., for the Opinion of John Lloyd of Lincoln's Inn on certain points arising from the said will. 565. 1800. do. for the Opinion of R. Richards of Lincoln's Inn. 566. 1800. June 2. 1. Henry Styleman of Snettisham, co. Norfolk, esq., and Nicolas Styleman of Norwich, esq., (executors of the late Tomkyns Dew of Whitney Court). 2. Ann Dew now of Portland Place, in the parish of St. Marylebone, co. Middlesex, widow (executrix of the said Tomkyns Dew). ASSIGNMENT of household furniture and other effects in the town and country houses of the said Tomkyns Dew.

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567. 1804. SCHEDULE of the title deeds of Henry Styleman, esq., to certain estates in Hunstanton and elseware in Norfolk. 568. [c. 1820]. PARTICULARS of an exchange of land between Mr. Hancorn and Mr. Dew. 569. 1824. March 8. 1. Tomkyns Dew of Whitney Court, esq. 2. Rev. George Albert Barker of Whitton, co. Rednor. BOND in L100 for the payment of L500 and interest. 570. 1847. July 17. COPY of the Court Roll of the Manor of Cheltenham, co. Gloucester, recording the surrender by Charles John Furlong, late of Ballydaniel, co, Limerick, but now of Liege in Belgium, esq., and Armine, his wife, late Armine Dew, of the moiety of a messuage or dwelling house in Cheltenham, to the use of Tomkyns Dew of Whitney Court, esq. 571. 1860. July 5. 1. Charles John Furlong of Clifton, co. Gloucester, major in H.M. Army. 2. Caroline Warner Girdlestone, wife of Nelson Girdleston of London. 3. The said Nelson Girdlestone. 4. Armine Styleman Furlong of Clifton, spinster. 5. Tomkyns Dew of Whitney Court, co. Hereford, esq., and the Rev. Thomas Furlong of Bath, clerk. ASSIGNMENT by (1) to (5) of his life interest in L600 and L800 part of the trust property subject to his Marriage Settlement, and Indemnity to the trustees on raising and paying the L600 to Mrs. Girdlestone and the L800 to Miss Furlong.


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