Cracknell Bakery

Hiring 1904

Agreement 1904




the baker

at Wivenhoe

Mr E J Cracknell


Daniell & Sons

Breweries Ltd


Agreement made the Third Day of November

One Thousand Nine Hundred and three between Daniell & Sons

Breweries Limited hereinafter called “ The Landlords “ of the one part, and

Ernest James Cracknell

Hereinafter called “ The Tenant “ of the other part.

1st The Landlords agree to let, and the said Tenant agrees to hire all that

MESSUAGE or TENEMENT with the appurtenances thereto belonging, known as

The Bakery situate Next “Bull Inn” Wivenhoe

In the County of Essex now or late in the occupation of

Louisa Cracknell

from the Twenty ninth day of September One Thousand

Nine Hundred and three for the term of one year, and so on from year to

year, unless either party shall give three months’ notice to the other of them

expiring at any time, of their intention to determine the tenancy hereby created, at

the yearly rent of Sixteen Pounds payable

quarterly on Twenty fifth day of December, the Twenty fifth day of March, the

Twenty fourth day of June and the Twenty ninth day of September in each and

every year

2nd The said Tenant for himself, his heirs, and assigns, hereby agrees with the

Landlords as follows :-To pay the said rent at the time and in the manner aforesaid

to pay all rates and taxes payable in respect of the said premises (except Land Tax

and Landlords property tax); to keep the inside of the premises hereby demised

in fair and tenable repair, together with all fixtures, fittings, gass and glazed

windows to the same belonging, and so deliver up the same at the end of the

tenancy (reasonable wear and tear excepted).

3rd N/A

4th N/A

5th Not to shut up the said house except at such times such licensd houses are

Require to be closed, nor to assign, underlet, part with, or deliver possession of the

said house and premises, or any part thereof, to any person or persons whomsoever

nor to permit bill-posting or any tablets for advertising purposes to be affixed to the

exterior of the premises, without the previous consent of the Landlords having been

first obtained in writing

6th N/A

7th Not to give during the continuance of the said tenancy any bill of sale or preferential

security of his goods or effects to any persons (without the written consent

of the Landlords be first obtained).

8th And it is agreed that if any rent shall be in arrears for Twenty eight days after the

same shall become due, or there shall be any breach by the said tenant of the

covenants before expressed, or if the tenant shall commit any act that may be

construed to be an act of bankruptcy, the Landlords may re-enter on the premises

and expel the said tenant therefrom without giving any notice to quit.

9th And the Landlords hereby agree with the said tenant that he, the said tenant,

paying the said rent and observing the above conditions, shall quietly hold and

enjoy the said premises without any lawful interruption by the Landlords or any

persons claiming under them, and also to pay the Land Tax (if any) and the

Landlords Property Tax in respect of the said premises in good and tenable repair.

As witness the hands of the parties the day and year first before written


S E Butler



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