On it are some notes on the later history of the property, namely that in 1918 Miss Purdue sold it to Richard Gundry Neave for £800. Neave then mortgaged it for £500.
Envelope in which D/1-17 above were found.
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- ReferenceGB 160 E292/D/18
- Dates of Creation[20th Cent]