(64) 1844 November 8
Lease - Thomas Francis Christopher to Thomas Lewis of
messuage or dwellinghouse, shop and premises in Clarence
Rd., St. Philip & Jacob, Bristol.
Rent £20 a year.
(65) 1846 October 29
Assignment of personal estate for benefit of creditors -
William Scott of Bristol to Thomas Dix, etc.
(66) 1847 December 3
Assignment for general benefit of creditors - John Wesley
May of Bristol, baker and commission agent to John Cop of
Bristol, cornfactor and Henry Pearse of Frenchay, miller, etc.
(67) 1848 November 18
Mortgage for securing £80 and interest - Thomas Smith of
Bristol, timber merchant and Phoebe his wife to John Evans of
(68) 1848 November
Release between creditors of James Dymond of Downend, Glos.,
coach proprietor and James Dymond.
(69) 1849 October 20
Assignment for benefit of creditors - James Griffiths and
William Griffiths of Phippen St., Bristol, carpenters and
builders and James Broad of Old Market St., builder and
Richard Dix of St. James Churchyard, plumber and glazier.
(70) 1849 November 5
Lease - Mrs. Jane Jones Westcott and Miss Jane Hicks Westcott
to David Price of Bristol, founder of house, warehouse,
counting house - 64 Redcliffe Street.
Rent £70 a year.
(71) 1850 July
Sale by auction - land by Cockroad Road, Bitton.
(72) 1852 September 14
Lease - Henry George Willmott of Bristol to Martin Hutstein
of Bristol, tailor and draper of 28 College Green.
Rent. £65 a year.
(75) 1854 April 4
Probate of will of Ann Maggs of St. George
(74) 1854 May 4
Articles of partnership - James Verry, John Nutting, Wm.Henry
Tucker and Richard Ridler, all of Bristol, general warehousemen -
to be called Verry, Nutting & Tucker.
(75) 1855 November 10
Schedule of deeds relating to property of Edward W. Godwin,
Abstract of title of E.W. Godwin to Earlsmead House and cottages,
gardens and premises in Perrywell Road, St. Philip & Jacob, Bristol
(77) 1860 January 17
Assignment - Richard Gregory of Exford, Son), mining agent to
Wm. Mullinger Higgins, mining engineer of Bristol, Henry Masters,
surveyor of Bristol, and Edward Curtis of Llandaff, coal
proprietor of copper, iron and other mines in and under lands
in parish of Exford, Somerset.
(78) 1879 February 19
Copy will of Charles Llewellin of Bristol, haulier.