WILL of Thomas Bram of Billericay, Glazier.
Contemporary copy on 2 folio sheets. Directs that his lands in Great Burstead be sold and the money used for numerous bequests, to his apprentice, poor of Great Burstead, etc.
SOLICITOR'S MEMORANDUM regarding the arrangements for the inheritance of the property of Mary Rotherham of Waltham House.
The use of the house and contents was left to Anne Yonge (Lady Yonge) who by her will of 1775 left the goods, including 'the French plate at Waltham House' to Louisa Yonge. 3p., draft, with amendments.
¶ Mentions the trustees of the property, who included Lord Vernon.
PROBATE of the will of George Lilly of Black Notley, yeoman.
Manuscript in a large hand on vellum, size 12" x 26", printed administration certificate attached, large papered seal.
¶ Bequeathes his farm called Fryers, some cottages, the Black Barn, held of the Manor of Leeze le Rich and Lavenders and his capital messuage called the Green Dragon in Black Notley to his brother.
Bocking and Stisted
COPY OF MR SRJT. SHEPHERD'S OPINION as Copyholds of the manors of Bocking and Stysted.
3«p., folio, folded.
¶ Refers to Lord Harewood, his wife Elizabeth Lascelles, Sir William Milner.
ABSTRACT OF MR JEGON'S TITLE to a Mannor or Reputed Mannor and Estate called Kentish in Stisted and Bocking... in Mortgage to Robert Bridge...
40p., small folio. n.d. c1780. Paper folded in booklet form to small folio, but not sewn. Some small brownish stains at bottom of last few leaves. Details title with details of various deeds, etc., from 1497 to 1756, referring in the 1552 Indenture to the fact the estate was 'parcel of the late Disolved Chantry of Buors St. Mary.'
Broxbourne, Nazeing, Cheshunt
ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Sheet XLIX N.E. and sheets to the south and east.
Scale 6" to 1 mile. Size 24" x 35", plus margins, dissected and mounted on linen, folding into 8vo paper wraps. Roads and water-features coloured. Some areas round Nazeing shaded pale blue and marked with dates in small ink figures, a few other areas outlined in pink.
A MAP OF ESSEX from the best Authorities.
Engraved map size 21" x 16«", plus wide margins. Attractive hand colouring, with Hundreds outlined in two colours, parkland and symbols for towns coloured. Small decorative coloured compass rose. Central vertical fold.
Pub. Stockdale, 1805.
PROBATE of the Codicil to the will of Ambrose Myall (already Proved) late of Castle Hedingham decd.
Vellum, size 16" x 21", written in a particularly large and bold hand, with probate certificate in manuscript attached, large papered seal. John Parmenter Parish Clerk and Timothy Bowyer, Inkeeper, both of Stambourn, swear that the writing of Myall's memorandum the document is definitely his 'having often seen him write and subscribe his name'.
Chapman (John) and Andre (Peter)
A MAP OF THE COUNTY OF ESSEX from an Actual Survey.
This is the key map to their large scale survey. Engraved, dissected and mounted on linen, size 18" x 23", plus margins, with a compass rose, a vignette cartouche and inset plans of Harwich and Colchester. Folding into a small 8vo marbled slipcase, with the original label titled:- 'Essex. Sold by Wm Faden Geographer to the King, Charing Cross.' Slipcase slightly rubbed, light browning and small stain to linen, but map clean.
Published as the Act directs Oct. 1st 1777, Chapman (John) and Andre (Peter)
Chelmsford, Maldon, Halstead, Much Hadham
ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Sheets 222, 223, etc.,
Size 27" x 37", scale 1" to 1 mile, composite map, dissected and linen-backed and folding into 8vo endpapers, lacks front endpaper. Wyld label in bottom margin. Some very slight discolouration in places on left side.
IN PARLIAMENT. EAST LONDON WATER Plans and Sections Session 1900. William B. Bryan, M. Inst. C.E., Engineer.
Four lithographed sheets, size 22" x 30", plus title page with 'Explanation'. Sewn into pale green wraps, with large printed title in decorative typefaces, morocco spine, morocco split down spine (sewing sound). Comprises (i) Plan of intended reservoirs between Chingfield and Edmonton. Scale 6" to a mile. Intended reservoirs handcoloured. Shows river Lea, lines of conduits, diversion of river, railway, buildings, Ponders End Station, roads, proposed cuts, etc. (ii) Six enlargements at 25" to a mile of specific points on plan. 9" repaired tear at right hand edge reaching into one enlargement. (iii) Sections. 2 small edge tears. (iv) Plan of Road Diversion, 6" to a mile, One enlargement & 3 sections below. 1" tear at edge.
Waterlow & Sons. 1900.
Creighton (R) and Walker (J. & C)
COLCHESTER, MALDON, HARWICH Borough plans.
3 engraved plans on a single sheet, within a decorative framed border, size 9" x 7¬", plus margins, the boroughs coloured in outline.
Drawn by R. Creighton, and engraved by (J.& C) Walker, 1835
Creighton (R), Walker (J. & C) and Lewis (S)
An original decorative, hand coloured, steel engraved map, size 7" x 9", plus margins. With the Polling Places for the Northern and Southern Divisions noted in the top margin. A clean copy, with sea, and county border coloured.
Engraved by R. Creighton, J. & C. Walker, published by S. Lewis, c.1831
An original decorative, hand coloured, steel engraved map, size 7" x 9", plus margins. A clean copy, slight signs where once folded, shows towns, villages, railways, etc, county border and sea coloured.
Dugdale, London: c.1848.
ESSEX engraved map.
Size 7" x 9", plus margins. Fully hand-coloured.
¶ Drawn and engraved for Lewis' Topographical Dictionary.
titled 'Little Burstead Church, Essex, S.E.'. Size 6" x 7«", with ruled border, in grey tones, with detailing in ink. Some slight spotting in sky area.
¶ The foreground of the churchyard is shown in a rather poor perspective but the architectural detail of the church is well-drawn.
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Moll (Herman), Geographer
An original decorative, hand coloured, copper engraved map, size 8«" x 11¬", with narrow margins, with vignettes in the right and left-hand borders including 'A Plan of ye Late Breach of Dagenham', faces of antique coins, and Articial Caverns at Tilbury. A clean copy, with vignettes, roads, sea, and county border coloured.
Northfleet, Grays Thurrock, Gravesend
ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Sheet No. XCV.
Scale 6" to 1 mile, size 24" x 35", plus margins, dissected and mounted on linen, folding into 8vo paper wraps.
Purleigh, Althorne, Bridgemarsh Island
ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Sheet No. LXII.
Scale 6" to 1 mile, size 24" x 35", plus margins, dissected and mounted on linen, folding into 8vo paper wraps. A few small fields shaded.
Second Edition 1897.
Rivenhall (Manor Court)
SURRENDER by Daniel Chaplin, farmer and miller, of a tenement of 60 acres called Withies.
3p., folio. Signed by Steward and Chaplin... together with... DECLARATION by William Brown of Rivenhall, Gardener, that he is acquainted with the farm called Withies, and it consists of the following fields... (names 16 fields). Signed with his mark. 1p., folio. 1829... together with... RELEASE of two legacies... charged on Withies farm... 1823. 3p., folio. 3 items.
MEMORANDUM of an Agreement made between Henry Gilbert the elder in Sisted and Daniel Weaver the younger his appprentice.
Releases Weaver from his servitude for the sum of £2., stating that he is not to become chargeable to Gilbert 'on Account of Sickness or any Other Accidence'. 1p., sm. folio, signed by the three parties, witnessed. 1763... together with... Receipt dated 17th July 1762 for a payment of interest by Daniel Weaver for purchase money of an Estate conveyed to him. 7 lines, 8vo... together with... A True Inventory of the Household Furniture of Daviel Weaver late of Systed...' 10 lines on sm. 4to sheet, signed with her mark by Sarah Weaver. As well as rush bottom chairs, pewter plates, warming pan, etc., includes brewing articles 'one brewing copper and four tubbs... one twenty and one thirty gallon vessel...'... together with small slip of paper 'An account of the Goods that have been sold late the property of Daniel Weaver', with price. 9 items listed.... together with... Lawyers Bill to Mrs Sarah Weaver, Dec. 1769, for preparing the probate of her late husband's will. 8 items listed. 1p., sm. 8vo. 5 pieces.
late 18th century.
A BILL OF CARPENTERS WORK done to the houses belonging to Mr. Hurrill at Borehampton... by order of Wm. Coote of Braintree.... To Thos. Smith...
Large folio sheet listing prices for wood nails, labour etc. 33 items listed. Includes lengths of wood ('4ft of Elm board for Carter's back door'), clasp and clout nails, etc. Signed by Smith. Clipped at top, there may have been another bill above this on a longer sheet.
ACCOUNT of sums paid in 1751 to Daniel Wood from John Thorn and Miss Rayment relative to a mortgage on messuage at Stisted.
1p., 4to, signed and witnessed... with... Memorandum relative to a mortgage of 1742 from Daniel Wood to John Disbrow, 13 lines, 1p., small 4to... with... a note on a slip of paper saying that when the deed was executed Hannah Wood was just then delivered of a child 'and could not sit up in the bed which was the reason of her making her marke...' (the deed not present)... together with a receipt of 1785 for money paid by Mrs Sparrow relative to a blacksmith's shop in Stisted, 1785, and a note of June 5 1724 for £40 for land bought by John Finch of Henry Hensman now in the occupation of Elias Harvey. 4 lines, witnessed.
AN ESTIMATE OF THE TIMBER now Growing upon a Farm Call'd Kentish in the Parish of Stisted an Estate of the Late Mr Charles Jegon Deceased as Follows...
Manuscript, 1p., small folio. 22 lines listing name of wood or field, number of oaks, elms etc., and total in money. Folds.
BILL of M. Hurrell to Will. Coote.
For builder's work done at Stisted, Hawkes & Others. On paper size 15" x 6", 26 items with cost. Folded with docket title on verso. Includes 'to 6ft Elem board for stares', 'to 6ft of window cill', 'Pd Eaton and Coney Blacksmith'.
COPY WILL of Nathan Summers of Stisted, Carpenter.
¶ Leaves his share of an estate at Ashen to his children, leaves his hop ground and windmill with the stones and all other utensils belonging at Stisted to his wife. This was possibly the mill still standing in King's Lane, Stisted.
WILL AND CODICIL of Thomas Smith, Shopkeeper, of Thaxted, 1802.
Manuscript on two pages, large folio. Copy, paper water-marked 1794.
ESSEX Map of the county from the 'History of Essex' by Thomas Wright.
Engraved by James Bing, size 14«" x 15«" plus margins, left-hand margin cut away to half its length possibly to enable ease of foldimg into the book, old folds.
Virtue (Geo.), c.1836.
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