Gift of land in East Street to St Mary's Church 1924

Donated by William Martius Wiles Fison

Added by Pat Marsden

Gift of Land to St Mary's Church 21st March 1924 (Plan)
Essex Record Office D/P 277/6/10

Conveyance Between William Martius Wiles Fison of Sudbury and St Mary’s Wivenhoe of a Piece of Freehold Land situate in East Street Wivenhoe in the County of Essex dated 26th January 1924 [Essex Record Office D/P 277/6/10]

I William Martius Wiles Fison of Sudbury in the County of Suffolk Gentleman under the authority of  ‘The Conservation of the Churchyard Act 1864’ do hereby freely and voluntarily give grant and convey unto the Person or Persons sole or Aggregate in whom the Churchyard or Burial Place known as St Mary’s Churchyard Wivenhoe in the County of Essex is now vested his or their Heirs or Successors

All that piece or parcel of freehold land wherein three cottages formerly stood situate on the north side of East Street in the Parish of Wivenhoe in the County of Essex and having a frontage thereto of Thirty one feet or thereabouts

Which said piece or parcel of land with the boundaries and abuttals thereof is more properly delineated and described in the plan drawn on the Conveyance thereof to myself dated the Twenty first day of January One thousand nine hundred and twenty four and made between Caroline Louisa Constance Havens of the one part and me the above named William Martius Wiles Fison of the other part and therein coloured pink

And all Right Title and Interest in the same and every part thereof to be held for ever as part of the said Churchyard or Burial Place

In witness whereof I the before named William Martius Wiles Fison have hereunto set my hand and seal the Twenty first day of January One thousand nine hundred and twenty four

Signed sealed and delivered by the the before named William Martius Wiles Fison in the presence of Chas. E. Page Solicitor Colchester

W. M. W. Fison

[Transcribed by Pat Marsden April 2019]

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