Mortgage in Fee
- Document Reference: 2922/11/3/3
- System Reference: X2922/11/3/3
- Level: file
- Date: 14 March 1755
- Description: 1. James Pearson, of Shrewsbury, clerk.
2. Elizabeth Bowdler, of Woolstaston, widow and relict of George Bowdler, late of Shrewsbury, gent., deceased. Thomas Bowdler, of Woolstaston, gent., eldest surviving son of George and Elizabeth Bowdler. George Bowdler of Wistanstow, clerk, one of the younger children of George and Elizabeth Bowdler.
3. Susanna Keene, of Ludlow, spinster.
recital lease and release made 5 and 6 June 1722. William Bowdler, of Shrewsbury, gent., and George Bowdler, gent. (son and heir of William Bowdler) since deceased, conveyed to Samuel Banner, of Shrewsbury, draper, and William Russell, of Shrewsbury, baker, a messuage, with tanhouse and appurtenances (then William Bowdler and Roger Atcherley); a messuage (then Dr. Claudius); a messuage (then Samuel Banner); a messuage (then Richard Edwards); a messuage (then Richard Portsmouth); all in Under the Wylde [Wyle Cop], Shrewsbury, and a messuage with appurtenances, in Woolstaston (then George Bowdler).
George Bowdler, since deceased, made a Will dated 7 February 1734, directing that 600 be raised out of his estate in Woolstaston and Shrewsbury, to be divided between his children.
George Bowdler, one of the younger children of George Bowdler, deceased, has occasion for his share of the 600, being 200.
For a consideration of 200, James Pearson assigns to Susanna Keene, the several messuages vested in James Pearson and Thomas Russell (which were previously in the several possessions of William Bowdler, Roger Atcherley, Doctor Claudius, Richard Edwards, Richard Portsmouth and George Bowdler, deceased).
- Location: Shropshire Archives
- Access Status: Readers Ticket
- For more information contact: Shropshire Archives
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