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Norton Lindsey


Indenture between the Right Honourable John, Earl of Shrewsbury theretofore called John Talbot esquire and George Fortes cue Turvile of Husband's Bosworth Hall, Leicestershire esquire (Trustees for sale inter alia of hereditaments hereinafter described by virtue of the Will of Charles, Lord Dormed dated 10th August 1816 and proved 5th May 1819) of the 1st part, the Right Honourable Joseph Thaddeus, Lord Dormer of the 2nd part and Joseph Tarver of Norton Lindsey carpenter of the 3rd part whereby a cottage with appurtenances and a parcel of land adjoining and occupied therewith as a garden, all which cottage and garden contain 22 perches in the occupation of Joseph Tarver and were bounded on the East by a road from Norton Lindsey to Snitterfield and on the other sides by land of Thomas Canning, was conveyed by the persons of the 1st part, Trustees for Lord Dormer to Joseph Tarver for £60, and the said Trustees covenanted to produce certain Title Deeds set out in a Schedule thereto. Signed Shrewsbury, George Fortes cue Turvile and Dormer. Red wax stamp seal. Witnessed by George Finance, valet to Lord Shrewsbury, Leonard Jesse, clerk to Messrs. Barrett and Upton, Gray's Inn, William Clarke (butler, Husband Bosworth Hall), W. Wartualy solicitor, Market Harborough and George Eyston solicitor, Gray's Inn.