Ref NoD-1176/2
TitleCopy of a Mortgage: 1. Christopher Kellaway Patten of Bridport, gent; 2. Joseph Addison Day of Bridport, gent.
Description2 to 1: 65 With a proviso for repurchase by 1 for 65 with interest at 5% pa by 10 May next 1 to 2: a piece of arable land called Scriver's Close with a piece of ground adjoining, divided by a hedge from land belonging to Thomas Moore, situated in Allington, now in the occupation of Christopher Patten and used as a brickyard; a cottage adjoining the above land, in the occupation of Christopher Patten and Edward Joy, his tenant; an undivided eighth share of a messuage barn and four pieces of arable land called Lower Seymours Field, Barnfield, Middle Field and Highfield subject to the repayment of the sums of 200 and 180 and interest to Martha Elizabeth Tucker as described in D1176/1 above; the transfer of 500 due from Samual Tucker's estate; a messuage divided into four tenements situated on the west side of North Street, Allington; and a messuage recently erected by Samuel Gundry on the east side of South Street adjoining the Greyhound Inn, now in the possession of Samuel Tucker, as tenant, in Bridport
Date10 Nov 1849
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