Title of Property, Birchington

  
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Title of Tomlin to property in Birchington 1689-1782 Item number: 6503978817

Abstract of Title of William Tomlin to 15 houses in Brunswick Place, Birchington, Isle of Thanet and a house & carpenter�s shop in Birchington Street. 1782.
Massive and detailed 30 page document, handwritten in ink on handmade paper watermarked J. Green & Son 1832. 16" x 13", folded. Cover a little dirty otherwise in excellent condition

Solicitors draft Abstract, commencing 1689. 17 & 18 July 1689, Indenture between Henry Sackett of St. John the Baptist, Thanet, yeoman, only son of Paul Sackett late of Buckland near Faversham, yeoman, by Susan his wife, only daughter & Heir of Henry Sackett of St. John the Baptist, yeoman deceased, and John Lee of Canterbury, grocer, and Sarah Laming of Chislet, sale of messuage with barn, outhouses, garden, etc., at Birchington Street with 3 parcels of land adjoining

10 Oct 1690 indenture Sarah Laming late of Canterbury now Wingham and Henry Chapman of Wincheap, grocer, and William Chapman of Crundall, yeoman, and Sarah laming, daughter of said Sarah Laming.

26 & 27 march 1712 Sarah Laming of St. John the Baptist, singlewoman, to Daniel Jarvis of Birchington, shop keeper.

10 November 1716 Daniel Jarvis of Birchington, shopkeeper, bequeaths to son John Jarvis. Will proved 11 Jan 1717

22 & 23 may 1769 Daniel Jarvis of Deal, gent, and Sarah his wife and John Jarvis of Deal, gent, and Ann his wife, 2 only sons in gavelkind of John Jarvis of Margate, Tide Waiter, and John Penny of Birchington, tailor & draper, only son of Elizabeth Penny, late wife of John Penny of Birchington, shopkeeper, formerly his mother Elizabeth Jarvis, and Thomas Wilkinson of Birchington, butcher, and John Serats, Stephen Serats and William Serats, all of Birchington, yeomen. Sold by auction to Wilkinson for �210 on behalf of John Serats who has since died, father of the said John, Stephen and William. Farm at Birchington Street occupied by Henry Hills late of Thomas Pittington then late of John Coleman

23 June 1769 indenture. Jarvis�s to Roger Taylor of Sandwich, brazier, and Christian his wife and William Rigden of Woodnesborough, yeoman, and Thomas Neame of Ash, yeoman and Elizabeth his wife and Henry Wise of Sandwich, linen draper, and Mary his wife and Margaret Rigden of Staple, widow, and Ann Childs of Ash ( the last 4 women being the sisters and coheiresses in gavelkind of Richard Solly late of Ash, yeoman, deceased and son of Mary Minter who was a devisee of John Wood of Tilmanstone, her father, to the Serats to Robert Minter the younger of Ash, yeoman and Solomon Ferrier of Sandwich, woollen draper; farm at Birchington street late in occupation of John Coleman and lately purchased by the Serats from the Jarvis�s

3 & 4 January 1774 indenture. the Serats to William Grigg of the Vill of Wood in Birchington, miller; sale of the farm and land in the occupation of Henry Hills afterwards of Thomas Pittington since of John Coleman and late of William Row

11 December 1797 William Grigg, miller bequeaths farm to sons Samuel Grigg and John Grigg and wife Ann Grigg, occupied by Mrs. Rowe. will proved 28 may 1799

30 November 1810 indenture John Grigg of the Vill of Wood, miller, to Gilbert Stringer of birchington, schoolmaster, to James Paine of St. Peters, Isle of Thanet, bricklayer; sale of house with kitchen, yard and garden marked out with stumps at Birchington, part of property now divided into 3 parts occupied by John Grigg, James Grigg and Richard Darby plus a cow lodge and barn occupied by the Griggs

indenture James Raine, Frances Cobb & wife Charlotte Mary, Thomas Hubbard, John Hubbard, Thomas Roof, john grigg, william grigg and james grigg; sale of 7 houses, 6 stables, 6 gardens and 7 acres in Saint Peter the Apostle, St. john the Baptist and Birchington

5 December 1810 John Grigg to Thomas Chapman of Margate, gent. mortgage

14 & 15 April 1814 indenture. Grigg to William Grigg of Titchfield St., oxford road, Middlesex, plumber & glazier to Thomas Sidders of Acol, yeoman to Charles Dixon of Margate, baker, to Chapman to Richard Mummery of Margate, gent. sale to Sidders

22 October 1816Thomas Sidders bequeathed estate to wife Elizabeth. proved 27 February 1817

21 november 1827 indenture Dixon as trustee ofSidders to John Sidders of Monkton, yeoman, Thomas Sidders of birchington, yeoman, HenrySidders of Acol, blacksmith, Elizabeth Sidders ofAcol, spinster, James Pilcher of Sandwich, farrier, and wife Mary Sidders, William Birch of Acol, shoemaker, and wife Ann Sidders, FrancesSidders of Acol, spinster, Eliza sidders of acol, spinster, ; all children of thomas sidders, heir of william sidders of acol, yeoman. to william Clark of Birchington, carpenter,Thomas Fox of Margate, carpenter, Samuel Lewis of Margate, gent

29 november 1827 indenture William Clark to George Kidman of Margate, victualler, mortgage

22 December 1829 Indenture William Clarkto William Tomlin of Birchington, Gent, and John Tomlin of birchington gent; house and kitchen with cow lodge, in use as a carpenters shop and occupied by John Reader and William Clark
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