1804 VELLUM INDENTURE. DEAN OF ROCHESTER–AUCKLAND–GLENBERVIE–PEGAN. CHATHAM.
Single sheet period Vellum Conveyance Indenture dated 2nd January 44th George III (1804), referring to: The Right Worshipful Samuel Goodenough Doctor of Laws Dean of the Church of Christ and the blessed Virgin Mary of Rochester in the County of Kent and the Chapter of the same Church of the first part, the Right Honourable William Lord Auckland and the Right Honourable Sylvester Lord Glenbervie two Commissioners appointed by His Majesty’s Letters Patent under the Great Seal of Britain ............... of the second part and William Pegan of Chatham in the County of Kent Surgeon and David Baxter Lewis of Rochester in the same County Gentleman a Trustee for the said William Pegan of the third part.
Pertaining to: A Brick Messuage erected in the Barn Yard at the Parsonage in Chatham Street in Chatham and three other Tenements built on the same piece of ground.
Other names referred to include: William Cooper; John Lampert; John Austen; John Epps etc.
Good age related condition with usual folds and wrinkles.
Bearing the signatures of Lord Auckland and Lord Glenbervie against red wax seals bearing their personal Coats of Arms.
Also, attached Pendant Wafer Seal of the Dean and Chapter of Rochester Cathedral.
Approx. sheet dimensions: 26 ½" x 20 ½" (675 x 520)
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