Manor Road: Conveyance dated 8 May 1900

Conveyance between Ernest Stanley Beard and Messrs. Forresst & Son Ltd

Added by Pat Marsden

Manor Road Conveyance 8 May 1900
Plan attached to deed

Conveyance of A Piece of Freehold Land in Manor Road, Wivenhoe between Ernest S Beard Esq. and Messrs Forresst & Son Ltd dated 8 May 1900
[Copy of Attested Copy]

Stamp 1/-

THIS INDENTURE made the 8th day of May 1900 BETWEEN ERNEST STANLEY BEARD of Colchester in the County of Essex Estate Agent (hereinafter called “the Vendor”) of the one part and FORRESST & SON LIMITED of the Ship Yard Wivenhoe in the County of Essex whose registered Offices are at 101 Leadenhall Street London (hereinafter called “the said Company”) of the other part

WHEREAS the Vendor is seized for an estate of inheritance in fee simple in possession free from incumbrances of the hereditaments described in the First Schedule hereto and has agreed to sell the same to the said Company for the sum of £150

NOW THIS INDENTURE WITNESSETH that in pursuance of the said agreement and in consideration of the sum of £150 to the Vendor paid by the said Company on or before the execution of these presents (the receipt whereof the Vendor hereby acknowledges) the Vendor as Beneficial Owner hereby conveys unto the said Company ALL the hereditaments described in the First Schedule hereto

TO HOLD the same (subject to the stipulations contained in the Second Schedule hereto) UNTO and TO THE USE of the said Company their Successors and assigns for ever AND the Vendor hereby acknowledges the right of the said Company to production of a certain Indenture of Conveyance dated the 16th day of March 1899 and made between Nicholas Caesar Corsellis Lawton of the one part and the Vendor of the other part and to delivery of copies thereof and hereby undertakes for the safe custody thereof AND the said Company hereby covenant with the Vendor that they the said Company their successors and assigns in title will observe and perform the stipulations contained in the Second Schedule hereto

IN WITNESS whereof the said Ernest Stanley Beard hath hereunto set his hand and seal and the said Company have hereunto caused their Common Seal to be affixed the day and year first before written.

THE FIRST SCHEDULE above referred to

ALL THAT piece of freehold ground situate in the Parish of Wivenhoe in the County of Essex having a frontage of 320 feet to Manor Road and a depth of 140 feet As the same was late part of the “Vine Farm” and is more particularly delineated and described in the map or plan drawn on these presents and thereon coloured pink [shown as dark grey on this copy].

THE SECOND SCHEDULE above referred to

1. The said Company shall within one month from the completion of this purchase make and for ever after maintain fences on the sides of the said premises marked T.

2. The building line shown on the plan shall be observed and no erection or building is to be erected or built between the said building line and the road in front of the said premises except bay windows porticoes and fences.

3. No building on the said premises shall be erected or used as a public house beershop or licensed house or fried fish shop.

4. The said premises shall not be let or sold for the use of gypsy caravans tents or camps under a penalty of £50 for each offence such penalty to be paid to the Vendor.

SIGNED SEALED AND DELIVERED by the before named Ernest Stanley Beard

Ernest S. Beard

in the presence of:-

Geo. C. Ward (signed)
Articled Clerk
Solr. Colchester

The Common Seal of Forresst & Son Limited was hereunto affixed in the presence of:-

Directors
Secretary

The foregoing is a true copy of the original Conveyance the same having been therewith examined this 21st day of November 1900

By us

(sgd) W. Townman
(sgd) Chas. A. Chandler

Clerks to Messrs Elwes & Turner, Solicitors, Colchester

Transcribed by Pat Marsden 28 July 2016

[Reproduced here by kind permission of Lesley Mccabe]

This page was added on 28/07/2016.

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