RepositoryCheshire Record Office
ReferenceDDS 12/17
Date1 May 1817
Description(Marked as 1818 outside doct.)

Parties: 1. Miles Stringer of Monument Yard, London, merchant, William Panter the younger of Idol Lane, Tower Street, London, merchant, trustees on behalf of Ann Panter wife of William Panter the elder of Hampton Hill near Bath, co. Somerset, Esq., 2. William Panter the elder and Ann his wife., 3. James Hilton of Greenwich co.Kent, Esq.

Signed and sealed: James Hilton.

Witnesses of sealing and delivery (endorsed): W. Nettleship, Grocers Hall, London.

Counterpart of Lease (marked outside "term expired") for 21 years at £21 per annum, from 25 March 1817, with conditions debarring sub-letting, trade, and speifying painting outside every 3 years and inside every 7 years. A coach-house & 4-stall stable, in the mews near adjoining to Mays Buildings, Crooms Hill, Greenwich, Kent, and the use of pump there, formerly occupied by William Panter the elder, and now by James Hilton.

Mark: None.
Physical DescriptionParchment: 1 membrane 30" wide by 24". Sold by Ed. Jn. Culsha, Stationer, No 28, Threadneedle Street, London. Seal en placard, red, no device. Duty stamps £1. 10. 0.
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