Conveyance, 1659, of Land in Great Dunmow to Richard Phillips, folded, back

Document folded six times. An additional parchment sheet (135 x 260 mm) is attached by the tag behind the plica., Back of a folded indenture chirograph document (conveyance) of Penelope Warde of Great Dunmow, Essex, widow to Richard Phillips, who was a wheelwright, for ₤10 15s + ₤8 to be paid to her 10s each quarter day with grants of parcels of land in Great Dunmow towards Chelmsford., and Written in England, county of Essex and dated 1 December 1659 in document. Signed, “The mark of Penelope Warde” beside the slits for the parchment tag on the plica. Gift of Western Michigan University Department of History to WMU Special Collections in 1999.
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Manuscripts, English, Great Britain--History--17th century--Sources, Essex (England)--History--17th century--Sources, indentures , and seals (artifacts)
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