Tag: Wadenhoe

A Tragic Demise

The locations of our ancestors’ deaths are easy to discover from parish registers or indexes, but without help from a secondary source, be it a death certificate, newspaper report or spoken word, the exact circumstances of their demise is generally…

A Marriage Settlement 1621

This Indenture made the eighth day of February in the year of the reign of our Sovereign Lord James, by the grace of God, King of England France and Ireland, defender of the faith etc. the nineteenth and of Scotland…

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…

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…

Edward Holdich – Accounts 1700

Accounts created by Edward Holdich, Farmer of Wadenhoe (1641-1705) for his son, Edward (1681-1714), during his year at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge and a letter from the College  

Holdich vs Holdich 1648

This is the final agreement made in the court of the Lord King at Westminster in the quindene of Easter in the twenty third year of the reign of Charles, by the Grace of God King of England Scotland France…