Tag: Edward Holdich

The Hungerford Holdich Conection

My interest in this subject stems from my one-name study of the Hungerford family. I’m part of an international effort to document all the Hungerford family members, those who trace back to them, and those that have the name with…

The Diary of a Country Gentleman 1758/9

When going through old papers recently Margaret (Holdich Monk), our President, came across a little, three inch by four inch, leather bound pocket notebook. On the envelope in which it was kept was written Edward Holdich of Farndon  Pocket diary…

Thomas Holdich Correspondence with J. P. Hungerford 1793

J. P. Hungerford Esq Dingley Hall, Nr Market Harborough, Leicestershire Honourable Dear Sir As I had not the pleasure of finding you at Dingley on Thursday morning I take the earliest opportunity of acknowledging the receipt of £40 left by you with…

Sale of a Freehold Estate at Aldwincle 1697

ABSTRACT of Title to a Freehold Estate at Aldwinckle in the County of Northampton late the Property of William Sanderson, Esquire deceased As to a Messuage Malting Office and Lands Formerly Lenton’s 1697 June 9th By indenture of Feoffment of…

Rev Jeffrey Holdich (1701-1779) His Will

In the name of God Amen January 1775. The Will of Jeffrey Holdich of Stibbington in the County of Huntingdonshire, Clerk being of sound mind and memory praised be to God do make and appoint this my last Will and…

Francis Holdich Sale of Property 1742

A Release dated 29 July 1742 From Philip Ward Esquire to Francis Holdich of East Haddon and Elisha his son and heir, Gentlemen the sum of £1250 for lands in Polebrook and Wadenhoe * Thomas Cooke’s Cottage was the subject…