Ref NoD.1801/1/148
TitleVarious letters and agreements.
DescriptionMemorandum of agreement between William Attwooll and Henry Flaun[?], quarrymen, of New Street, Wakeham, Portland (1), and Jesse Hansford, builder, of Weston, Portland (2), relating to payment for building of 2 cottages and offices, 14 Mar 1898 Letter from Benjamin Stone concerning the roadway to Coalcraft, 27 Dec 1882 Letter from the Saw Mill Office, Portland, 9 Nov 1881 Lease for 5 years of a piece of arable or quarry land in Inmosthay. Ann Scriven of No.4 Marine Villas, Portland, widow (1), to Reginald Thornton of Birkin House, Dorchester, banker (2), 3 Nov 1881 Power of attorney from John Petherbridge Stone, late of Portland but now in London, to Benjamin Stone of Portland, school attendance officer, relating to sale of land called Coal Croft, 13 Nov 1879 Abstract of title of John Gibbs Pearce of Portland relating to 2 dwellinghouses in Mallams, a piece of land in East Field in a furlong called Zilklake, a dwellinghouse called Black House adjoining the Independent Quarry, and a third part in the Independent Quarry, 31 Mar 1873 Copy of power of attorney from William Angel Stone, quarryman, of Footscray near Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, to Benjamin Stone of Straits, Wakeham, quarryman, 24 May 1867 Lease for 21 years of a piece of land in Portland for quarrying. Richard Benfield Scriven of Portland (1), to Richard Oliver Francis Steward of Nottington, lieutenant colonel in the army, John William Barrington Browne of Weymouth, and William Henry Holland of 2 Saint Georges Square, Pimlico, acting on behalf of Steward and Company, stone merchants, Portland (2), 8 Aug 1864 Agreement between Messrs Stewards and Co, stone merchants (1), and Richard Benfield Scriven (2), allowing Stewards to excavate and quarry stone from a piece of land in Inmosthay, 8 Feb 1861 Copy of church gift of 3 dwellinghouses in Wakeham, a piece of land in Droop Field called Duck Stile, a piece of arable land in East Field in a furlong called Hill Yeat, a third part of a quarry close called Coal Craft with a roadway leading to Easton Lane. Edward Stone of Wakeham, to his son Benjamin Stone of Portland, quarryman, 4 Dec 1857 Copy of probate of will of Mary Sampson, wife of George Sampson of Portland, made 29 Aug 1856, proved 5 Aug 1857 Copy of the will of Shadrach Stone, quarryman, 19 Jan 1846 Copy of church gift of rights and shares in a path or drang near Lead Yeats leading to a close called Coal Croft or the Independent Quarry. Shadrach Stone the elder, quarryman, and Edward Stone, quarryman, both of Portland, to their relative Robert Stone, stone merchant, of Portland, 17 Mar 1841 Copy of church gift of rights and shares of a third part of a path or drang leading to a close called Coal Craft or the Independent Quarry. Edward Stone, quarryman, and Robert Stone, stone merchant, to Shadrach Stone of Portland, quarryman, 17 Mar 1841 Church gift of parts and shares of a drang leading to a close near Lead Yeats called Coalcraft or the Independent Quarry. Shadrach Stone the elder, quarryman, and Robert Stone, stone merchant, both of Portland, to Edward Stone of Portland, quarryman, 17 Mar 1841 (with copy)
Date1841-1898
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