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Jubilee Cottage, Exchange Cottage and Avon View in Alveston


Abstract of title of the surviving executor of the will of William Wincott late of Alveston deceased to a freehold messuage and premises in Alveston [1884]. Reciting: i) 4 June 1846. Reconveyance by Elizabeth Batchelor, widow and John Batchelor, grocer to William Wincott the elder, yeoman and William Wincott the younger, yeoman of a messuage built on a plot of land part of a close formerly belonging to William Halford later William Wincott and mortgaged by him to John Batchelor, now deceased, by deed of 6 July 1841 [see DR985/3 and DR985/4] ii) 2 May 1859. Will of William Wincott the elder, yeoman bequeathing his real estate to trustees for the benefit of his wife Rebecca for life with remainder to his son William Wincott, Alveston, baker iii) 1 April 1861. Death of William Wincott the elder iv) 22 February 1865. Covenant by John Wincott, Alveston, shoemaker to William Wincott the younger to produce title deeds to inter alia premises inherited by William [see DR985/5] v) 28 January 1870. Will of William Wincott bequeathing real estate to trustees (Benjamin Lane, Alveston, tailor and Henry Goff, Alveston, miller) for benefit of wife Sarah Ann for life then to sell vi) 17 August 1878. Mortgage by William Wincott to Thomas Slatter, ix) 8 January 1882. Death of John Wincote, one of the Trustees