Documents relating to Redland and Westbury on Trym
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(1) 1655 Octave of St.Hilary
Final concord - Jeremy Martin v. John Hill andS3usan his
wife of the manor of Ridland alias Thridland and house and
land in Ridland, Westbury-on-Trym, Clifton and Henbury.
(2) 1653 March 1
Bargain & Sale - Ralph Sadleir of Stondon, Herts., esq,, to
George Lane the younger of Bristol, merchant, of land in
• Westbury-on-Trym called the College Leases and common for
30 sheap on Durdham Down.
(3) 1653 December 6
Release John Hill of London, William Martin of Bristol
and Francis Hawkins of Bristol to Jeremy Martin, of the
manor of Ridland and mansion house of Ridland alias
Thridland: also land and property in Ridland, Clifton
(4)a 1655 August 3
Bargain & Sale - George Lane the younger to Robert Cann
of house and land in Ridland, land at Horfield and common
of pasture for 30 sheep on Durdham Down.
; b 1655 August 5
Bond to perform covenants - George Lane the younger to
(5) 1655 October 1
Release - Ralph Sadleir to Robert Cann of interest in the
College leases and houses built thereon at P'estbury-on-Trym.
(6)a-b 1656 May 28 & 29
Lease and Release Jeremy Martin to John Haggatt, John
Pope and William Cole of manor, houses and land in Ridland.
(7) (1678) 31 Charles II February 12
Common Recovery - Thomas Geering and Andrew Innys of land.
and property, in Ridland, Westbury and Clifton.
(8)a-b 1678 July 31 & August 1
Lease & Release - Sir Francis Fane of Henbury to Isaac
Dymer of Ridland of tithes belonging to the Rectory of
Westbury-on-Trym in Ridland.
(9) 1678 December 16
Agreement leading to bargain & sale - 1) Elizabeth Martin,
widow 2) Gregory Geering and Mary Geering 5) Joseph Yate
and Robert Leeke 4) Thomas Georing and Andrew Innys
of the manor of Ridiand.
(10)a-b 1679 August 8 & 9
Lease and Release - Isaac Dymer to Willlam Martin of tithes
in Ridlond belonging to the Rectory of Westbury-on-Trym.
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