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16 June 1882, Barneys Meadow Lostwithiel

This Indenture made the Sixteenth day of June one thousand eight hundred and eighty two Between William Henry Hoskin of Saint Veep in the County of Cornwall Farmer of the one part and Richard Rundle of Lostwithiel in the said County Auctioneer of the other part Whereas the said William Henry Hoskin is lawfully seised of the inheritance in fee simple in possession of the premises hereinafter described and hath agreed with the said Richard Rundle for the absolute sale to him of the fee simple in possession of the said premises free from incumbrances for the price of Fifty pounds Now this Indenture witnesseth that in consideration of Fifty pounds to the said William Henry Hoskin this day paid by the said Richard Rundle for the purchase of the fee simple of the hereditaments intended to be hereby granted (the receipt whereof the said William Henry Hosken doth hereby acknowledge) he the said William Henry Hosken doth hereby grant unto the said Richard Rundle his heirs and assigns All that field or close of land commonly called or known by the name of Culverhouse or Barney’s Meadow situate near the town of Lostwithiel and in the parish of Lanlivery in the County aforesaid now in the occupation of the representatives of the late Edmund Williams as tenant thereof and containing by estimation three roods and fifteen perches or thereabouts and which said field is bounded on or towards the North by Scratious Lane on the South by lands the property of Richard Reed and William Bartlett and on the East and West by lands the property of the Earl of Mount Edgcumbe
And also all that piece or parcel of garden ground commonly called Cock’s garden situate at Lostwithiel aforesaid and in the said parish of Lanlivery (at the head of a lane there called Summer Lane) now in the occupation of the said Richard Rundle as tenant thereof and containing by estimation nine perches or there –abouts and which said garden plot is bounded on the North and East by land the property of Lord Robartes on the South by Carbis Lane and on the West by a piece of land the property of the representatives of the late Samuel Hall and also called Cock’s garden Together with all buildings fixtures ways paths passages rights easements advantages and appurtenances whatsoever to the said hereditaments appertaining or with the same held or enjoyed or reputed as part thereof or appurtenant thereto And all the estate title or interest of the said William Henry Hoskin therein or thereto To hold the said premises unto and to the use of the said Richard Rundle his heirs and assigns for ever And the said Richard Rundle doth hereby declare that no wife of his who shall become his widow shall be entitled to dower out of the said premises And the said William Henry Hoskin doth hereby for himself his heirs executors and of his ancestors done or executed or knowingly suffered he the said William Henry Hoskin now hath power to grant all the said premises to the use of the said Richard Rundle his heirs and assigns free from incumbrances And that all the said premises may be quietly entered into held and enjoyed by the said Richard Rundle his heirs and assigns without any interruption by the said William Henry Hoskin or any person claiming through or in trust for him or any of his ancestors And that he the said William Henry Hoskin and every person claiming through or in trust for him or any of his ancestors will at all times at the cost of the said Richard Rundle his heirs or assigns execute and do all such assurances and things for further or better assuring all or any of the said premises to the use of the said Richard Rundle his heirs and assigns as by him or them shall be reasonably required In Witness whereof the parties to these presents have hereunto set their hands and seals the day and year first above written

Richard Henry Hoskin Richard Rundle
Signed on reverse
William Henry Hoskin
William Talling Boot and Shoe Maker Lostwithiel
 
 

 
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Transcribed by Ann Tumser from a document in the Malcolm McCarthy Collection