Nos. 37-49 are am original bundle
Lease and release of cottage and orchard called Round Acre, at Castle Bear, Ealing, lately in the occupation of widow Pierson, by Charles Gould of Little Ealing, esq., eldest son and heir of King Gould, dec., to James Cusack of Ealing, esq. ACC/1028/001-002 1763
Mortgage and assignment of the same property, by James Cusack, to John Cartwright of Tothill Street, Westminster, shoemaker. ACC/1028/003 1764
Lease and release of the same property by James Cusack to Francis Irwin of Norris Street, St. James, Westminster, grocer. ACC/1028/004-005 1764
Lease and release of the same property by Francis Irwin and his wife, Judith, to the Hon. John Scott of St. Paul Covent Garden, esq. ACC/1028/006-007 1766
Lease and release of the same property by the Hon. John Scott of St. Marylebone to John Langhorn of Barbican, St. Giles Cripplegate, horsedealer. ACC/1028/008-009 1769
Assignment of the same property, together with 4 closes, estimated at 14a., on which an old tenement and barn lately stood, known as Dog Kennel Farm, near Castle Bear Hill, by John Langhorn to the Hon. John Scott. ACC/1028/010 1769
Mortgage of the same property, including the above 4a., together with land and 2 messuages with cellars, vaults, coachhouses, stables etc., in Boars Head Court and Roundhead Court, Barbican, lately in the occupation of William Martin and afterwards of John Langhorn or his under tenants, by John Langhorn and his wife, Ann, to Richard Eaton of Little Tower Street, London, gent. ACC/1028/011-012 1770
Schedule of deeds: Barbican property 1656-1770
Ealing property 1750-1769.
Indenture of fine, between Richard Eaton and John Langhorn and his wife. ACC/1028/013 1770
2 messuages, 8 stables, 6 coachhouses etc., in St. Giles Cripplegate, and 2 messuages, 2 barns, 4 stables, 2 coachhouses, 2 gardens, 2 orchards and 20a., in Ealing.
Indenture of fine, between John Langhorn and Francis Irwin and his wife. (2 copies). ACC/1028/014-015 1771
Messuage with stables etc., at Ealing.
Lease and release of 4 closes, estimated at 14a., on which an old tenement and barn lately stood, called Dog Kennel Farm, at Castle Bear Hill, and a little messuage or cottage, with yard and orchard, called Round Acre, by Richard Eaton and his wife, Margaret, and John Langhorn and his wife, Ann, to Francis Burdett of North Audley Street, Grosvenor Square, esq. ACC/1028/016-017 1773
Assignment of mortgage term on the same property by the Hon. John Scott of Lincolns Inn, John Langhorn and Francis Burdett to Christopher Rolleston of Gracechurch Street, London, merchant. ACC/1028/018 1773
Indenture of fine between Francis Burdett and Richard Eaton and his wife, Margaret.
The same property. ACC/1028/019-020 1774
Mortgage of the same property by Francis Burdett to Mary Herbert of Carshalton. Surrey, spinster. ACC/1028/021-022 1774
Lease and release of the same property by Mary Herbert to Francis Burdett of Castle Bear Hill, Ealing, esq. ACC/1028/023-024 1776
Lease and release of Dog Kennel Farm, and a brick messuage built on Round Acre, and appurtenances, (with the exception of Toby's Field, part of Dog Kennel Farm, which was sold by John Langhorn to Ann Whormby and George Lowdon, trustees for the Revd. Richard Dodd and his wife, Elizabeth), by Francis Burdett of Harley Street, St. Marylebone, esq., to Henry Beaufoy of Great George Street, St. Margarets, Westminster, esq. ACC/1028/025-026 1791
Assignment of several terms of 500 years each, on Dog Kennel Farm ACC/1028/027 1791
Thomas Nicholls of Ealing, gent., son and executor of Thomas Nicholls, late of Ealing, dec., who was the surviving executor named in the Will of Samuel Anderson, late of Ealing, gent., dec., John Cartwright, late of Tothill Street, St. Margaret's Westminster, shoemaker, but now of Dartmouth Street, St. Margaret's Westminster, Christopher Rolleston of Tokenhouse Yard, London, merchant, Francis Burdett of Harley Street, St. Marylebone, esq., and Henry Beaufoy of Great George Street, St. Margaret's Westminster, esq. to William John Yonge of St. James Street, St. James Westminster, esq.
Recites: Mortgage, 28 Sept., 1734. of Round
Recites: Assignment of mortgage, 30 Sept., 1734, by Peter Harvey to Margaret Mason, widow, and Nathaniel Price.
Assignment of mortgage, 21 May, 1735, by Nathaniel Price to Susannah Price, widow.
Conveyance, 9 May, 1750, by Thomas Edwards, Jane Harvey, widow of Peter Harvey, Nathaniel Price and "said" William Anderson [?Samuel] to King Gould of Little Ealing, esq.
Lease and release of 1a. 10p. of meadow near Castle Bear Hill, abutting west on a piece of copyhold waste ground lately granted to Henry Beaufoy, and 7a., part of Pitshanger Farm, by Susannah Gurnell, late of Ealing, now of Duke Street, St. Marylebone, widow, Robert Campbell of Creed Place, Gloucester, esq., John Edison of Coopers Hall, London, gent., and Samuel Hoare of London, merchant to Henry Beaufoy of Acton, esq. ACC/1028/028-029 1793
Attested copy of Will of Henry Beaufoy of Great George Street, St. Margaret's, Westminster, esq. proved, P.C.C.,
Property in Ealing, "lately purchased from Mr. Burdett and since considerably improved", Great George Street, Westminster and Evesham, Worcestershire. ACC/1028/030 1795
Lease by Mark Beaufoy of Hackney Wick, esq., and John Hanbury Beaufoy of Queen Street, Westminster, esq., to Charles Bicknell of Norfolk Street, St. Clement Danes, gent., trustee of Maria Fitzherbert of Grafton Street, widow ACC/1028/031-032 1795
And release and covenant to surrender copyhold pieces of an estate at Ealing comprising a mansion house lately built by Henry Beaufoy, and Round Acre, upon which the house is built, with 4 closes called Dog Kennel Farm and a piece of ground at Castle Bear, abutting west on a piece of copyhold waste ground, lately granted to Henry Beaufoy, and also 1a. of arable ground, part of Pitshanger Farm and part of the pleasure ground, purchased from Susannah Gurnell, by Mark Beaufoy to Maria Fitzherbert and Charles Bicknell.
Copy of court roll, Manor of Ealing: admission, after the death of Henry Beaufoy, of Mark Beaufoy to piece of ground formerly part of the waste of the manor, at Castle Bear Hill. 340ft. in length "sweeping in a curved line to a sharp angle at the north-east point ---- terminating southward nearly to a point by the gate of Francis Burdett". and a cottage with a little garden formerly in the occupation of James Cusack and afterwards of John Scott and late of - Graham, esq. and also a piece of ground, part of the waste on the west side of the road from Ealing to Greenford, measuring 2r. 35p. ACC/1028/033 1795
Copy of court roll, Manor of Ealing: admission, after the death of Henry Beaufoy, of Mark Beaufoy, to part of the waste of the manor, at Castle Bear Hill, between the road to Greenford and land formerly belonging to Jonathan Gurnell, esq., and adjoining the garden of Henry Beaufoy. ACC/1028/034 1795
Conveyance of freehold mansion house at Castle Bear Hill, subject to certain mortgages, and covenant to surrender copyhold and to assign leasehold, by Maria Fitzherbert, formerly of Grafton Street, St. George, Hanover Square, now of Curzon Street, Mayfair, widow, to His Royal Highness Edward, Duke of Kent.
Other parties to transaction: Charles Bicknell of Norfolk Street, Strand, gent., Richard Cox, Charles Cox and Richard Henry Cox of Craig's Court, Charing Cross, esqrs., Thomas Hammersley of Pail Mall, esq.
Endorsed: Redemption of mortgage. ACC/1028/035-036 1801-1803
Mortgage of the Castle Bear estate by His Royal Highness Edward, Duke of Kent, and Charles Bicknell of Spring Garden Terrace, gent., to John Sargeaunt of Gower Street, Bedford Square, esq. ACC/1028/037-038 1805
Lease by Admiral John Peyton of Priestland, Hants., and his wife, Susannah, to Charles Bicknell, and release of a piece of ground at Castle Bear Hill, part of Pitshanger Farm, estimated at 2a. 2r. 5p., abutting south on the pleasure ground of His Royal Highness Edward, Duke of Kent, by John and Susannah Peyton, Robert Campbell late of Creed Place, Gloucester, now of Croomshill, Blackheath, Kent, esq., and John Harman of London, merchant, to Charles Bicknell. (Recites a marriage settlement of 9 June, 1780, between Jonathan Gurnell of Ealing, esq., and Susannah Swinden of Bedford Square, spinster, of which Robert Campbell and John Harman were surviving trustees in 1805. After the death of Jonathan Gurnell his widow married John Peyton). ACC/1028/039-040 1805
Release and assignment of the Castle Bear estate by His Royal Highness, Edward, Duke of Kent, to William Noble of Pall Mall, banker, Colonel Vezey of Hampton Court, James Putnam of Holles Street. Cavendish Square, esq., and George Robinson of Stratton Street, Piccadilly, gent.
Endorsed: Appointment of new trustees.
Deed Poll, under the hand of Jesse Cole of Stratton Street, Piccadilly. gent. ACC/1028/041 1808-1812
Copy of court roll, Manor of Ealing:
Admission of His Royal Highness Edward, Duke of Kent, to a slip of ground, part of waste of the manor, on the north side of the road from Greenford to Ealing, lying in front of copyhold premises already held by His Royal Highness, and also to a piece of ground lying near Pitshanger Farm, on the north side of Green Lane, leading from Castle Bear Hill to Hanger Hill, and adjoining lands in the possession of His Royal Highness and Edward Morse, esq. ACC/1028/042 1812
Endorsed: "Examined, with original in court rolls 2 July 1829 by me Jas. Ryall dep. steward".
Letters of administration with the will annexed, of His Royal Highness Edward, Duke of Kent. (office opy).
Will dated 22 January, 1820.
Copy made 21 March, 1820. ACC/1028/043 1820
Sales particulars of a freehold, mansion and estate at Castle Hill, near Ealing, for sale by auction, described as the property and residence of his late Royal Highness the Duke of Kent. ACC/1028/044 1820
Lot 1. Castle Hill mansion house.
2. Farm yard with buildings.
3. Furniture, property of his late Royal Highness, and removed from the palace of Amerbach in Germany.
Lease by Francis Const of Soho Square, esq., Revd. Thomas Henry Shepherd, Rector of Clayworth, Nottingham, Henry John Shepherd, of Beverley, Yorkshire, esq., James Putnam of Margaret Street, Cavendish Square, esq., Philip Gilbert of Cockspur Street, Golden Square, goldsmith and jeweller, and Nugent Kirkland of Bennett Street, St. James, esq., to Thomas Coutts of the Strand, esq., Lieutenant General Frederick Augustus Wetherall, Richard Preston of Inner Temple. esq., Joseph Hume of York Place. esq., Richard Gray of Ealing, esq., and William Allen of Plough Court, London, gent., and release in fee of freehold, bargain and sale of copyhold and assignment of leasehold and assignment of furniture and fixtures of estate at Castle Bear. Eating, by James Putnam, Philip Gilbert and Nugent Kirkland to Thomas Coutts. Frederick Augustus Wetherall, Richard Preston, Joseph Hume, Richard Gray and William Allen. ACC/1028/045-046 1820
Assignment of two terms of 200 years, in Castle bear Hill estate, in trust to indemnify the administrators of His Royal Highness the Duke of Kent, and to attend the inheritance, by Mark Beaufoy, late of Hackney Wick, now of Harrow Weald, esq., William Allen, Thomas Pitt of Lombard Street, banker, Nugent Kirkland, Thomas Coutts, Frederick Augustus Wetherall ACC/1028/047 1821
Assignment of three terms of 500 years, in Castle Bear Hill estate upon trust to attend the inheritance, by William John Yonge formerly of St. James Street, Westminster, now of Tours, France, esq., Thomas Coutts, Frederick Augustus Wetherall, Richard Preston, Joseph Hume, Richard Gray and William Allen to William Bolton Crealock of Coleman Street Buildings, London, gent. ACC/1028/048 1821
Bundle label marked, "Misc. Box No. 5.
Sir F. A. Wetherall, old deeds and documents ----- to the Ealing Estate ------ taken care of as they are ------ to be produced to Messrs. -----". (badly torn). ACC/1028/049 n.d.
Release, and assignment of freehold and leasehold estates and covenant to surrender copyhold lands at Castle Bear Hill, in trust, by His Royal Highness, Edward, Duke of Kent, to William Noble, esq., Colonel Vezey, James Putnam, and George Robinson.
Deed of trust between His Royal Highness and his creditors. ACC/1028/050 1808
With plan of estate, showing land belonging to the parish of Isleworth, and the site of the mansion house when the estate was sold. [See ACC/1028/041].
"Debenture Account of His Royal Highness the Duke of Kent", i.e. list of creditors and amounts due.
All three bound into one volume; bookplate of General Wetherall; pencilled algebraic notes on flyleaf.
Copy of court roll, Manor of Ealing; admission of Frederick Augustus Wetherall and John Conroy, esqrs., as trustees under the will of His Royal Highness Edward, Duke of Kent, to part of the waste of Scotch Common, a cottage at Castle Bear Hill formerly in the occupation of James and Rebecca Swaine, a slip of land on the north side of the road leading from Greenford and 35p. near Pitshanger Farm, adjoining lands formerly in the possession of Edward Morse. ACC/1028/051 1822
Plan of Castle Bar [sic] Hill Estate, surveyed and drawn by Stevens and Brenchley, 36 Old Jewry. ACC/1028/052 1826
Endorsed: "Mr. Stephens Plan of the Castle Bar Estate at Ealing purchased by Sir F. Wetherall", and "Fournier v. The Duchess of Kent. This is the plan marked A referred to in the affidavit of William Stevens sworn before me this day 31 January 1832. G. Wilson".
paper: 17" x 25½"; repaired November 1968 and bound into manilla cover.
Statement by Lieutenant-General F.A.Wetherall of Castle Bear, Ealing, for the information of the simple contract creditors of his late Royal Highness the Duke of Kent. ACC/1028/053 1832
In 1820 Mr. Danew, auctioneer, sold plate, books, carriages and furniture at Castle Hill, produce of which, about £14,000, was used for part payment of bond creditors. House and land bought in.
In May 1827 house and land submitted to auction by Mr. Trower, Master in Chancery, and again bought in. In August 1827 house and land sold by Mr. Stephens, auctioneer, to Mr. Plaskett, who, after taking away part of the building materials became insolvent. In August 1829 house and land put up for auction again and Lieutenant-General Wetherall induced to purchase, by the creditors, who had been told that no dividend could take place until the estate was sold. Later Lieutenant-General Wetherall was informed that part of the land purchased by him was clandestinely included in the sale, it being the property of the poor of Isleworth parish, i.e. ¾ acre lying in front of the site of the house, detracting considerably from the value of the property. He is now unwilling to complete the purchase and Chancery proceedings have been commenced against him. He requests the simple contract creditors to stay any further proceedings. Plan attached showing the piece of ground in dispute.
Order (copy) in Chancery case, George Fournier, on behalf of himself and other simple contract creditors, v. Duchess of Kent and Princess Alexandrina Victoria (by her guardians, Lieutenant-General Frederick Augustus Wetherall, Sir John Conroy, William Allen, Thomas Pitt and Nugent Kirkland). ACC/1028/054 1832
Lieutenant-General Wetherall to place £1540 in the bank before 16 July, inst., the original purchase price of the Castle Hill estate having been reduced from £1680.
Order (copy) in Chancery case (as above). ACC/1028/055 1833
Cause to be set down to be heard, for further directions and judgement as to costs.
Abstract of title (1779-1812), to copyhold premises held of the Manor of Ealing, and lately held with the capital messuage or mansion house called Castle Hill, formerly the residence of His Royal Highness Prince Edward, Duke of Kent, dec., being the copyhold premises to which Lieutenant-General Wetherall is entitled under an order of the Court of Chancery dated 5 July, 1832, made in the cause of Fournier and others v. The Duchess of Kent and others. ACC/1028/056 1832
Abstract of title (1747-1820) to copyhold premises held of the Manor of Ealing, forming part of the pleasure grounds belonging to the mansion house called Castle Hill ---- and being the copyhold parts of Lots 1 and 2 sold to Lieutenant-General Wetherall at the auction held 6 August 1829 under an order of the Court of Chancery. ACC/1028/057 1832
Release, from claims against freehold and copyhold property at Castle Bear Hill, by Richard Chambers of Ealing, esq., and his wife Mary, to Sir Frederick Augustus Wetherall, Richard Preston, Joseph Hume and William Allen. ACC/1028/058 1834
Recites lease and release of 17 and 19 August, 1816, between Duke of Kent and Thomas Coutts (since dec.), Sir F.A. Wetherall, (then F.A. Wetherall, esq.), Matthew Wood, Richard Preston, Joseph Hume, Richard Gray (since dec.), William Allen, Sir Charles Forbes, (then Charles Forbes, esq.), John Butler Butler, Thomas Pitt (since dec.), Sir Alexander Mackenzie (since dec.), William Curling, Nugent Kirkland and Samuel John Symons Trickey "(since dec. by the name of Symonds Trickey)".
Mary Chambers was the daughter of Richard Gray.
Acknowledgment, by George Hume, of receipt of deeds ACC/1028/059 1837
27 December 1790, lease, Revd. Mr. Drake to Francis Burdett, esq.
16 November 1812, admission of Duke of Kent to copyhold property.
9 July, 1822, admission of Sir Frederick Augustus Wetherall.
4 April, 1836, admission of Sir Frederick Augustus Wetherall.
4 April, 1836, admission and surrender of George Beaufoy, esq.
Acknowledgment by F.A. Wetherall, of receipt of lease, (dated 27 December 1790 by Revd. Mr. Drake to Francis Burdett esq.) returned from Mr. Hume. ACC/1028/060 1839
Endorsed: "Mem. Gave to Capt. Wetherall all the Plans made by Mr. Brown for use in the Trial 9 August 1839. J.P.R. 19/8".
Lease, for 21 years from 29 September 1837, by Frederick Augustus Wetherall of Castle Bar Hill, a captain in H.M. Royal Navy to William Wyllie of Castle Bar, esq., of 2 fields in the occupation of William Wyllie, at Targetts Hill, Ealing, abutting on the west on land belonging to Sir Frederick Augustus Wetherall, formerly the site of a mansion belonging to the Duke of Kent, also of cottages lately erected in the said fields in the occupation of William Wyllie or his undertenants. ACC/1028/061 1840-1841
Endorsed: Surrender in pursuance of an arbitration and award.
Lease, with counterpart, for 21 years, of Castle Bar House by George Augustus Wetherall, at present in Canada, a Colonel in H. M. Land Forces, to Elizabeth Stonehouse of Whitchurch, Salop, spinster.
Signed by Frederick Augustus Wetherall as attorney for George Augustus Wetherall. Marginal plan. ACC/1028/062-063 1847
Lease, with counterpart for 21 years from 25 March 1856, of Castle Hill Lodge, Ealing, by Frederick Henry Pakenham Wetherall of Castle Hill Lodge and Hans Place, Sloane Street, esq., to Henry De Bruno Austin of The Cedars, Norwood Green, Surrey, esq. ACC/1028/064-065 1857
Abstract of title, August 1834 - July 1857, of Frederick Henry Pakenham Wetherall to an estate, partly freehold and partly copyhold, at Ealing, called Castle Hill Lodge.
Annotated by Arthur Pollock, solicitor. ACC/1028/066 1858
Abstract of title, August 1834 - July 1858, of Frederick Henry Pakenham Wetherall to an estate, partly freehold and partly copyhold, at Ealing, called Castle Hill Lodge. ACC/1028/067 1864
Schedule of deeds, 1769 - 1826, relating to property at Ealing "covenanted to be produced by the late Sir Frederick August [sic] Wetherall to Messrs. I and W. Johnson by deed of covenant dated 19th June 1834". ACC/1028/068 1866
Endorsed: (by Parke and Pollock)
"This was copied from a schedule sent to us by Mr. Barfield of 4 Plowden Buildings in June 1866 who required the production of the deeds. Those marked thus were found with Mr. Wetherall's and Sir George Wetherall's deeds - but no trace could be found of the others, although enquiries were made of Messrs. Hume and Bird and of Mr. Clarke, 9 Chapel Street, Bedford Row. The documents struck out in red ink were never in the custody of Messrs. Parke and Pollock".
"List of missing deeds and documents relating to property at Ealing formerly belonging to the late Sir Frederick Augustus Wetherall".
January 1808 - June 1826. ACC/1028/069 1866
Draft agreement for the sale of an estate at Ealing, comprising a mansion house and ornamental garden, meadow land measuring 10a. 1r. 11p., a plantation measuring 4a. 2r. 4p., a kitchen garden with gardener's house and yards, 1a. 2r. 3p., land known as the Parkland, with two lodges and gardens, 7a. 3r. 24p., all known as the Castle Hill Lodge estate, between Frederick Henry Pakenham Wetherall formerly of Hans Place, Sloane Street, now of Finchampstead, Berkshire, esq., the vendor, and Alfred Priest of Uxbridge Road, West Ealing, corn merchant, Ebenezer John Pearce of Carlton Villas, Ealing, esq., and Charles Jones of Devonshire Villas, Windsor Road, Ealing, surveyor. ACC/1028/070 1870
Fair copy of clauses 3-9 (part) of above, and rider attached to clause 4. First and final pages missing. ACC/1028/071 n.d.
Draft deed of enfranchisement (copy) by the Ecclesiastical Commissioners, Lords of the Manor of Ealing, to Frederick Henry Pakenham Wetherall, of two closes (10a.), formerly in the occupation of John Scott and William Wyllie, now thrown into one, part of which was a walled garden at Targetts Hill, together with two part of the waste of the manor, on the north side of the road from Greenford. ACC/1028/072 1870
Also of a piece of ground, 340ft. in length, part of the waste, at Castle Bear Hill. Also of a cottage with a little garden formerly in the occupation of James Cusack. Also of a piece of ground, 501ft. in length, part of the waste, on the west side of the road from Ealing to Greenford. Also of a piece of ground, part of the waste, formerly in the occupation of Jonathan Gurnell.
Draft conveyance in fee (copy) of pieces of freehold land in Ealing, formerly part of Castle Hill Lodge estate, by Frederick Henry Pakenham Wetherall and his mortgagees to Alfred Priest, esq. ACC/1028/073 1870
Plan attached; 1" = 100'.
Draft conveyance in fee (copy) of pieces of freehold land in Ealing, formerly part of Castle Hill Lodge estate, Frederick Henry Pakenham Wetherall and mortgagees to Charles Jones of Ealing, surveyor. ACC/1028/074 1870
Plan attached; 1" = 100'.
Draft conveyance in fee (copy) of pieces of freehold land in Ealing, formerly part of Castle Hill Lodge estate, Frederick Henry Pakenham Wetherall and mortgagees to Ebenezer John Pearce, esq. ACC/1028/075 1870
Plan attached; 1" = 100'.
Draft conveyance (copy) of land on the north east side of and adjoining the road from Greenford to Ealing, with a mansion house and coach house, stables etc., by Frederick Henry Pakenham Wetherall, and his mortgagees to Thomas Elliot Harrison of Westminster Chambers, Victoria Street, esq. ACC/1028/076 1870
Plan attached; 1" = 50'.
Draft mortgage of all parts coloured red on the accompanying plan, of land formerly Castle Hill Lodge estate, and also of pieces of land shown on the plan as a proposed road, by Alfred Priest to Frederick Henry Pakenham Wetherall. ACC/1028/077 1870
Plan; 1" = 100'.
Draft re-conveyance of above by Frederick Henry Pakenham Wetherall to Alfred Priest. ACC/1028/078 1871
Draft mortgage of all parts coloured brown on the accompanying plan, of land formerly Castle Hill Lodge estate, and also of pieces of land shown on the plan as a proposed road, by Charles Jones to Frederick Henry Pakenham Wetherall. ACC/1028/079 1870
Plan; 1" = 100'
Draft mortgage of all parts coloured yellow on the accompanying plan, of land formerly Castle Hill Lodge estate and also of pieces of land shown on the plan as a proposed road, by Ebenezer John Pearce to Frederick Henry Pakenham Wetherall. ACC/1028/080 1870
Draft memorial of land formerly Castle Hill Lodge Estate. ACC/1028/081 1870
Draft re-conveyance of land formerly Castle Hill Lodge Estate by Frederick Henry Pakenham Wetherall to Ebenezer John Pearce. ACC/1028/082 1871
Lease, by licence from the Lord of the Manor of Ealing, of two fields, estimated at 10a., at Targett's Hill, Ealing, (formerly part of the copyhold estate of Thomas Stanford and devised by his will, dated 15 March 1624, to Robert and Gideon Annsham [Awnsham] and their heirs, as trustees, for the use of the poor of Isleworth), by the trustees of Isleworth poor's land (named) to Francis Burdett of Ealing, esq. ACC/1028/084 1790
Endorsed: 2 April 1791, Conveyance by Francis Burdett to Henry Beaufoy of Great George Street, St. Marylebone, esq.
Plan on dorse.
Lease, by licence from the Lord of the Manor of Ealing, of two closes of copyhold land at Targett's Hill Ealing, upon which have been lately built a kitchen and scullery, a covered way to the kitchen garden, coachouses, harness room and poultry house, all appurtenances of Castle Hill Lodge, by the trustees of Isleworth poor's land (named) to His Royal Highness Edward, Duke of Kent. ACC/1028/085 1813
Copy of entries in the burial registers of the parishes of Isleworth and Twickenham, Middlesex; Greenwich, Kent; and of the Society of Friends, Longford Meeting
Francis Gosling, esq., of Isleworth, buried, aged 65, Isleworth, 4 March, 1817 ACC/1028/086 1817-1829
Richard Twining, of Twickenham, buried, aged 74, Twickenham, 30 May, 1824.
Revd. Alexander Greenlaw, of St. Germain's Place, Kidbrook, buried, aged 80, Greenwich. 22 Dec., 1829.
John Sermers, of Isleworth, buried, aged 71, Isleworth, 6 May. 1828.
William Stanbrough, of Isleworth, buried, aged 70, Isleworth, 30 Dec., 1826.
John Bell, of Isleworth, buried, aged 67, Isleworth, 19 June, 1813.
Benjamin Angell, died 19 May 1817, aged 83, buried hear Brentford, 25 May, 1817. (Society of Friends).
Benjamin Milton, of St. Leonard Shoreditch, buried, aged 68, Isleworth, 21 Sept., 1829.
All were trustees of Isleworth poor's lands.
Solicitor's account of costs, to Captain Wetherall, R.N., "in the matter of the purchase of the parish land at Isleworth".
(purchase completed 8 July, 1839). ACC/1028/087 1839
Plan of lands and premises at Castle Bear Hill, Ealing, belonging to the poor of the parish of Isleworth. ACC/1028/088 Undated
Abstract of title, 1788-1816, of property at Ealing, belonging to the heirs of the late Richard Meux. ACC/1028/089 1816
Recites: 31 March 1788, Lease by John Way of Lincoln's Inn, esq., to Richard Meux of Bloomsbury, esq., of a messuage at Castle Bare[sic], with the liberty of laying pipes for conveying water from the pond in the field which John Way leased in 1770 from Humphrey Edwin esq., "committee of the estate of Lucy Bateman, since deceased".
22 July, 1788, Lease by Thomas Bell of Ealing, "committee of the estate and effects of William Bateman, gentleman, a lunatic", to Richard Meux, of a piece of meadow ground called South Collins Field, Ealing, estimated at 7a. 1r. 8p.
1 October, 1788, Lease by Thomas Bramley of East Acton, esq., and Thomas Harrington of Old Brentford, esq., to Richard Meux, of 7a. of meadow lying in front of Richard Meux's dwelling house, together with a pond and all timber.
28 June, 1813, Will of Richard Meux; (died 2 July, 1813).
30 May, 1816, Assignment by Henry and Thomas Meux, sons of Richard Meux, Vicesimus Knox and his wife, Fanny (neé Meux), and William St. Julien Arabin, all executors of the Will of Richard Meux, to Richard Latham, also an executor.
Presentment (copy) of the death of Sir Frederick Augustus Wetherall. (Manor of Ealing).
Mentions copyhold cottage formerly in the occupation of Mrs. Kent and afterwards of Mr. Meux. ACC/1028/090 1843
Confirmation and covenant to levy a fine sur concesserunt for 1000 years by Moses Banks of New Brentford, esq., George Osborne of Ealing, esq., Thomas Harrington of Brighton, Sussex, esq., Thomas Caldwell of Ealing, esq., and his wife, Sarah, George Harrington of Brompton, esq., Thomas Smith of Ealing, esq., and his wife, Susannah, and Thomas Jennings of Keynsham. Somerset, clerk, to Lieutenant-General Frederick Augustus Wetherall of Ealing.
Property: the parsonage of Ealing (annexed to the Chancellorship of St. Paul's). ACC/1028/091 1822
Abstract of title, (from page 6 only), 1757-1822, to a moiety of the parsonage and glebe lands of Ealing, belonging to Sarah Caldwell under the will of her father, Thomas Harrington. ACC/1028/092 1822
Declaration by George Philcox Hill of Brighton, solicitor, concerning Maria Taylor, formerly of Riversdale Villa, Twickenham, widow, dec.
Endorsed: "Colonel Wetherall. Ealing". ACC/1028/093 1852
Release, after transfer of bank annuities, and covenant for indemnity, by Mary Wooldridge of Bloomfield Terrace, Ealing, widow, and Mary Catharine Wooldridge, spinster, to Rear-Admiral Frederick Augustus Wetherall of Castle Hill Lodge, the executor of James Wooldridge. ACC/1028/094 1856
Assignment of assurance policy, to secure the repayment of £700. and interest, by Revd. Augustus White Wetherall of Stonegrave, near Oswaldkirk, Yorkshire, to Frederik Henry Pakenham Wetherall. (draft copy). ACC/1028/095 1858
Re-assignment of above. (draft) ACC/1028/096 1878
Correspondence concerning the above. ACC/1028/097-101 1878
Certificate of purchase of thirty special shares of £20 each in the Stadil Fiord Reclamation Co., Ltd., by Frederick Henry Pakenham Wetherall. ACC/1028/102 1864
Banker's receipts for two sums of £125, received from Frederick Henry Pakenham Wetherall, on account of the above company. ACC/1028/103-104 1864
Director's report, balance sheet and profit and loss account of Johnson Bros., and Co., Ltd., 6 Waterloo Place, Pall Mall. ACC/1028/105 1886
New South Wales, Australia.
Printed copy of the Crown Lands Acts of 1884 and 1889, and the regulations thereunder.
4th Edn. 1890. ACC/1028/106 1890
Deed of covenant for levying a fine and declaring the uses of such fine by Rachel Waller of Mark Tey, Essex, widow, (formerly Rachel Lethieullier, spinster), and Richard Pinckard of Great Russell Street, St. George Hanover Square, esq., and Margaret, his wife (sister of Rachel Waller), to George Wilson of Upper Gower Street St. Pancras, esq. ACC/1028/107 1798
Property: 3 closes of meadow called Oak Field formerly 2 closes, (containing together 26 acres), in Tottenham High Cross near Stamford Hill, abutting north on Hangers Lane, and also a messuage with stable, shop, loft, coachouse, yard and well, in Tottenham, adjoining the parish of Edmonton, near the former Blue Boar, and also 4 acres of meadow in the Wild Marsh, Tottenham, two closes called Snares Meads at Hangers Lane, and 8 acres at Hangers Lane formerly in the occupation of Henry Cocking.
Lease, appointment and release of the same property as in ACC/1028/107, by Rachel Waller and Richard and Margaret Pinckard to George Stacey of Lamb's Conduit Street, Chemist, and Mary, his wife. ACC/1028/109-110 1798
Lease (counterpart) for 21 years of a messuage with barns, sheds, stables, offices and garden and a piece of meadow known as the Eight Acre or Barnfield, in Hangers Lane, Stamford Hill, Tottenham, by George Stacey of Holborn, chemist, to Thomas Withington of Abchurch Lane, London, broker. ACC/1028/111 1798
Certificate for the redemption of land tax charged upon land and premises in Hanger [sic] Lane, Tottenham, in the occupation of Thomas Withington. ACC/1028/112 1799
Probate copy of will of George Stacey of Tottenham.
Freehold property in Hangers Lane to son, George. ACC/1028/113 1813
Lease (and counterpart) for 14 years of messuage in Hangers Lane, and Barnfield, by George Stacey to John Saint Barbe of Austin Friars, London, merchant.
Endorsed: "Cancelled and fresh lease granted, Jany. 1829". ACC/1028/114-115 1819
Lease (counterpart) for 21 years of the same property, by George Stacey to Thomas Gibson of Milk Street, Cheapside, silk merchant. ACC/1028/116 1829
Lease for 21 years from 25 Dec., 1840 of a meadow formerly two fields, estimated at 5a. at Tottenham, adjoining other land of Joseph Fletcher leased to Francis Fox, by Joseph Fletcher of Union Dock, Limehouse, shipbuilder, to Francis Fox of Bruce Grove, Tottenham, merchant. ACC/1028/117 1842
Lease for 21 years from 25 Dec., 1840, of a newly erected messuage with garden, stables and coachouses at Tottenham, by Joseph Fletcher to Francis Fox, and also of a piece of meadow, surrounding the house, including the church path as now fenced in, on the west side of the said meadow, extending from Lordship Lane to Bruce Grove, and having a gate at each end, and also of 3 pieces of meadow, called the Paddock, Triangle Piece and Small Paddock, adjoining the newly built house.
Schedule of fittings. ACC/1028/118 1842
Deed of disclaimer by Joseph Allen of Brighton, Sussex, gent. and Joseph Hoare Bradshaw of Lombard Street, banker, executors of William Allen, dec., late of Stoke Newington and Lindfield Sussex, who died ACC/1028/119 1844
Release and indemnity in respect of leasehold property (corn mill, and dwelling house, at Brentford) formerly the property of Ann Wallis of Brentford, who died November 1797, by the executors of Joseph Allen, who died October 1849, to the heirs, executors and personal representatives of the next of kin of Ann Wallis. ACC/1028/120 1855
The contents of this catalogue are the copyright of
London Metropolitan Archives
Rights in the Access to Archives database are the property of the Crown, © 2001-2014