Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)KWH/J/19
TitleUnexecuted appointment of attorney relating to transactions of copyhold premises in Conock, Wiltshire
Extent1 item
Datec 1751
DescriptionAppointment by Thomas Manning of Conock, Wiltshire, yeoman of an attorney to surrender to the Lord of the Manor of Conock the two copyhold messuages and yardlands sold to him in 1745 by the two chaplains and thirteen poor men of Ewelme Almshouse, Oxfordshire; Manning was subsequently licensed by the chaplain and poor men to let them; Manning was then advanced a sum of money by Isaac Warriner of Conock upon security of the premises; Manning to surrender the property to pay the interest on the loan from Warriner

Endorsed: 'Farmer Manning's warrant of attorney but never executed'
Access StatusOpen


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