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A catalogue of the freehold estate of William Steele, Esq

A catalogue of the freehold estate of William Steele, Esq

late of Lamaby in the county of Kent, deceased; consisting of a large and elegant mansion house, in the parish of Bexley, called Lamaby-House, ... Which ... will be sold by auction, by Mr. Langford, at his house in the Great Piazza, Covent-Garden, on Wednesday the 15th of April 1761, ...

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Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1997 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 9728, no.17).

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 9728, no. 17.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[2],8p.,plates
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18375724M

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A Catalogue Of The Freehold Estate Of William Steele, Esq: Late Of Lamaby In The County Of Kent, Deceased [Mr. Langford (Abraham)] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred  › Books › History.

A catalogue of the freehold estate of William Steele, Esq: late of Lamaby in the county of Kent, deceased ; consisting of a large and elegant mansion house, in the parish of Bexley, called Lamaby-House SDD 13 May Surrender by Newby Lowson of the City of Durham Esq. grand nephew of John Lowson, John Mawson of Holywell Street near the Strand,Middlesex, silk mercer, and William Blewert of the Bank of England, gent., to George Ellison of Darlington, shoemaker, and George Bowes of High Grange Close, Cockerton, farmer, in trust for William Stow Stowell of Favordale, Cockerton, gent., of a ?docId=ark/_s13nzxml.

To John Raines of Burton Constable, Yorkshire, William Gray of York, and Anthony Thore of York, gents, and their heirs, all his coyhold messuages, cottages, closes, lands, tenements and hereditaments in Preston in Holderness (which he had surrendered to the uses of his will).

Also freehold estate (1) Edward King the elder of Ashby de la Laund, esq., and Edward King the younger, esq., his son and heir /(2) Sir William Ayscough of Osgodby, Yorkshire, kt., and Christoher Ayscough of South Kelsey, /(3) Sir Roger Burgoine of Wrexall, Warwickshire., kt., and bart., Sir Edward Ays?pt=S.

The sale catalogue of this date records that by this time the grove had disappeared, and the land between it and Goodrich's park boundary had been taken into Park's and Onchor's farms. Between and Mrs W Steele was in occupation at Saling Grove. The site remains () in private ownership.

Period. 18th Century; Late 18th Century 32 - Particulars plans, illustrations and conditions of sale of the Wrington Estate situate in the Parishes of Wrington and Burrington, being a freehold domain extending over about acres, to be sold by auction at the Grand Hotel, Bristol.

14 plates 17 plans and maps. Vol. 11" × /4" (28 cms. × 43 cms.) - ?src=g&field=RefNo&key=   On the death of William Steele the house and estate were inherited by his four daughters subject to a lease held by Robert Dingley who then bought a fourth share of the freehold from one of the Steele sisters.

The three remaining owners placed the house and land on the market in and their three shares were bought by Michael Lejay. A sale Charles Moorhead Esq, Aughless, Dromore, Co Tyrone From a correspondent: When I visited Donaghmore about 20 years ago, the incumbent the Rev Denis Campbell showed me a "pocket book" which had belonged to the Revd.

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