Copy draft reconveyance: 52 - 60 Victoria Street & 70 Albert Street, Manchester

Scope and Content

1. The Trustees of the late Edmund Ashworth, esq. Mrs Hannah Travis Ashworth of Bryn y Menai, Anglesey, widow, Edward Lewis Ashworth, solicitor of Boothfield, Knutsford, Cheshire, Tom Ashworth of Heathwood, Heald Road, Bowden, Cheshire, .William Thornton Jones, solicitor of Chauntrey House, Beaumaris [vendors].

2. Harold Wood, 6, 8 and 31 Butler Street, Manchester, Lancashire, tailor [purchaser].

Indenture dated 15 Jan. 1907

COPY DRAFT RECONVEYANCE: 52 to 60 Victoria Street and 70 Albert Street, Manchester. Yearly rent charge of £16 from 15 Jun. 1876, paid by Thomas Jackson, Alice Jane Riddlesworth and Arthur Jackson. Harold Wood purchased properties for £680 centre line of Victoria Street 12 yds and centred line of Albert Street 12 yds purchased 6 dwelling houses numbered 52, 54, 56, 58 and 60 in Victoria Street and 52, 54, 56, 58, 60, and 70 in Albert Street. All rent charged at £5.

Openshaw Bridge Brewery Co. Ltd owned by Jeffrey Jackson numbered 58 and 60, Victoria Street as per £16 rent.

Signed by William Thornton Jones witness J.W. Burns, 55 Garth Street Bangor clerk.

Conditions Governing Access

Dim cyfyngiadau/ No Restrictions

Note

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Physical Characteristics and/or Technical Requirements

Cyflwr da /Good condition