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Draft Conveyance: Barrack Street, Warwick


Draft Conveyance from Elizabeth Humphriss of Warwick, widow of William Humphriss of Warwick, blacksmith, deceased, Joseph Chittim of Coventry, ribbon weaver and Mary his wife, (sister of William Humphriss), James Chittim of Coventry, ribbon weaver (son of the said Joseph and Mary), Robert Harvey, a private soldier in H.M. 69th Regiment of Foot (son of Catherine James, deceased, sister-in-law of William Humphriss) by her first husband, John James of Birmingham, journeyman coachmaker and Thomas James, a private soldier in H.M. 32nd Regiment of Foot (which said John and Thomas James were the sons of the said Catherine James), William Taylor of Coventry, coachmaker (guardian of Elizabeth Taylor, Sarah Taylor, Macrina Taylor and Mary Ann Taylor, daughters of the said William Taylor and Sarah his wife, deceased, daughter of Joseph and Mary Chittim) and William Russell of Warwick, banker (a trustee for William Humphriss, deceased) to William Oakes Hunt of Stratford-upon-Avon, Clerk of the Peace for the county of Warwick for £920 of a parcel of land in a street called Wall Ditch but then Bridewell Lane [Barrack Street], upon which formerly stood eight messuages then recently demolished for the purpose of enlarging the House of Correction; also an assignment by Charles Lamb of Warwick, hatter, to Charles Gregory Wade of Warwick, esq., of a mortgage term of 1000 years, in consideration of £230 paid by the said W. O. Hunt, to be held in trust to attend the inheritance.