Counterpart indenture of a marriage settlement, dated 6 Aug 1678, whereby Scarborough Chapman, of Lyncombe and Widcombe in Somerset, in consideration of his intended marriage with Anne Brinsden, widow, of Bristol, and the sum of £400 received from her, conveyed to Humphrey Little, goldsmith, of Bristol, Samuel Price and Arthur Hart, merchants, of Bristol, a messuage in Lyncombe and Widcombe, near the church of chapel there, formerly in the occupation of Robert Fisher the elder and Robert Fisher the younger, both deceased, and now of John Weekes the younger and several others, for the term of the lives of Chapman and his future wife and their heirs male, and then to Little, Price and Hart for the term of 1000 years. Signed and sealed by Humphrey Little, Arthur Hart; the third seal is unsigned.
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- ReferenceGB 96 MS 554
- Dates of Creation1678
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical DescriptionSingle sheet
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Bought from W.A.Myers Ltd. in 1962.
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Parchment. Three seals.
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For Chapman see A J Jewers, The register of the Abbey Church of St Peter and Paul, Bath , Publications of the Harleian Society, XXVII, 1900.