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James LACEBY of South Killingholme, County of Lincoln. Corn Merchant. c1864
Posted by: Brenda Azzaro (ID *****6039) Date: October 31, 2006 at 04:44:42
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ORIGINAL UK DOCUMENT - 05/08/1864

Parchment : 68cm x 50cm 1 sheet with 2 wax seals, revenue stamp and signatures.
Summary of contents
PARTIES
John CAMM of South Killingholme, County of Lincoln. Butcher.
James LACEBY of South Killingholme, County of Lincoln. Corn Merchant.

SUBJECT
John Camm is selling property in South Killingholme to James Laceby for 600. The property is a farmhouse with barn, stables and other farm buildings with a plot of land of 2 acres. (It includes a piece formerly known as Butcher Close of 3 roods; another piece is bounded on the West by the Town Street.)

A curious detail included is that James Laceby "was married since 1st January 1834 and hereby declares that no woman whom he shall leave shall be entitled to dower out of" the property.

DOES THIS ORIGINAL DOCUMENT BELONG TO YOUR FAMILY?

The original parchment document relating to the above is displayed on http://www.familychest.co.uk/default.htm 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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