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Offline BushInn1746

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Re: Berkshire Will
« Reply #63 on: Wednesday 27 December 17 10:50 GMT (UK) »
The Bargain and Sale is a document.

Transfer of property by Bargain and Sale usually had to enrolled:-

https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/manuscriptsandspecialcollections/researchguidance/deedsindepth/freehold/bargainsale.aspx

I'm interested in the ancient place of Stockingford, Warwickshire which had its own Chapel and Mills before the dissolution by Henry VIII (Stockingford was adjacent the boundaries of Arley, Ansley, Hartshill, in the far West part of the Parish of Nuneaton) and Lord Paget's Moiety of the former Manor at Stockingford (Stockingford renamed Galley Common by Mr Galley of Stockingford) was a transfer by Bargain and Sale in 1765 (enrolled according to the documents). A Feoffment accompanies the document referring to the Bargain and Sale.


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Re: Berkshire Will
« Reply #64 on: Wednesday 27 December 17 11:07 GMT (UK) »
Mark,

That is quite a long way up.      We were interested in Park Hall at one time.

JD

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