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Samuel HORROCKS of Bury, Lancashire. Publican c1827
Posted by: Brenda Azzaro (ID *****6039) Date: August 22, 2006 at 04:14:05
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ORIGINAL uk DOCUMENT OF 20 March 1827

Parchment : 1 sheet 68cm x 80cm with 9 wax seals, 7 signatures and revenue stamp. Printed document with manuscript insertions.

Summary of contents
PARTIES
John JACKSON of Pendleton, Lancashire. Joiner.
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Samuel WOODCOCK of Bury, Lancashire. Gentleman.
Samuel HORROCKS of Bury, Lancashire. Grocer.
Thomas BRIDGE of Bury, Lancashire.Corn Dealer.
Edward MURRAY of Bury Lancashire. Portrait Painter.
James SMITH of Bury, Lancashire. House Painter.
Jacob SMITH of Bury, Lancashire. House Painter.
James RAMSBOTTOM of Radcliffe, Lancashire. Blacksmith.
John WOODCOCK of Bury, Lancashire. Gentleman.
Charles HILL (deceasd) of Bury, Lancashire. Pavior.

SUBJECT
James Ramsbottom is taking a lease on a plot of 301 square yards on the South side of Union Street, Pendlebury, Lancashire, at a rent of 1/5/1d. The lessees are John Jackson, Samuel Horrocks and Samuel Woodcock, but all the first 8 people listed above have an interest in it. John Woodcock appears only to act as some sort of Trustee and plays very little real part.

It appears that the property probably belonged to Charles Hill...... more on website

DOES THIS ORIGINAL UK DOCUMENT BELONG TO YOUR FAMILY?

The original parchment document relating to the above is displayed on http://www.familychest.co.uk PHOTO. Use surname search on FamilyChest website to locate.

Full transcription/explanation available upon request, or you can buy the original document if you belong to the family.

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