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TitleCopy of Deed to declare the uses of a Fine, 2 March 1710 - property in Baldwin Street to be sold and the money used to pay two mortgages
DateNov 1764
Description1. Thomas Cary, merchant of Denbigh in Warwick upon the James River in Virginia, merchant, son and heir of Thomas Cary, dec'd.
2. Alexander Ascott and John Gregory, gents., and Jeremy Pearce, mariner, all of Bristol

Messuage and several gardens and orchards, formerly in the occupation of Anthony Smith, cooper, then Elizabeth Smith, widow, now in the occupation of Richard Packer, joiner. Situated in Ballance Street alias Baldwin Street in the parish of St. Nicholas, between the messuage of Thomas Merrick, esq., now in the occupation of Samuel Flint, distiller, and the Law Ditch to the south east and the messuage late of Richard Vickries and now of Elizabeth Vickries, widow, in the occupation of John Lewis, tobacconist, to the north west and extending from Baldwin Street to the Town Wall behind.
To be sold and the money used to pay two mortgages, one held by Matthew Morgan, cutler of Bristol, for £31.12; the other by Warren Cary for £165; any remainder to be disposed of according to instructions from Thomas Cary.

This copy was examined and verified on 28 November 1764 by William Owen and GM Viner.
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