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Dorchester - Holy Trinity Parish

Land Terrier - 1849

Compiled by Michael Russell OPC for Dorchester May 2015
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Note:- This Land Terrier is buried in the Vestry Minutes of Holy Trinity Parish (on image 309 on ancestry.com). The original is a printed form which has been signed by W. WATSON Churchwarden on 10th Oct 1849 and later updated in freehand with numerous deletions (some of these are abbreviated and difficult to read) and the addition of the leases in 1850.



A Terrier of the Property belonging to the Church of the Parish of Holy Trinity, in Dorchester,
prepared from the Counterparts of the existing leases thereof , for terms of 99 years determinable on the lives,
deposited in the Parish Chest of the said Parish

Originally dated prior to amendments October 10th 1849

Date of Lease Lessee Description of premises present owner Life for which property is held Age at date of lease Reserved rents Fines paid for renewals Estimated net annual value Remarks
Jan 24 1825 The Late Robert WILLIAMS Esq

A Dwelling house, Garden, Etc on the North side of & being No. 43 High West Street lately occupied by J.R.E.CURTIS now R.H.Viynes

Robert WILLIAMS, the younger dead

14 Blank £21. 0s. 0d Blank Blank
Nov 26 1831 Ditto

Same Premises in Reversion

Francis CUNNINGHAM

16 £2. 0s. 0d £30. 0s. 0d £28, 0s. 0d Blank
June 6 1838 Ditto

Same Premises in Reversion

Frederick Charles HENNING Brightswell Recl??

12 Blank £30. 0s. 0d Blank Blank
Apr 5 1791 Ditto [Sold]

A Dwelling house, Garden, Etc on the South side oft Pease Lane in the occupation of Edward HICKS [Sold to Mrs? OAKLEY]

Jane STICKLAND; (now Mrs P??? Frances STICKLAND

6 £1. 10s. 0d £5. 5s. 0d £9, 0s. 0d The boundary of these premises was altered several years ago without the sanction of the parishioners, thereby considerably reducing the extent of the garden
Mar 26 1810 Ditto

A Dwelling House, stable, garden and Outlet on the North side of Pease Lane occupied by George LUCAS Builder

Henry POUNCY}
Gilbert POUNCY}

25
16
{£1. 6s. 8d {£230. 0s. 0d £18. 0s. 0d) Note:- The counterpart of this lease is missing
Jun 21 1844 Ditto

Same premises in Reversion [now Jno Jas MEDIN?

Charles Arthur Dyke ACLAND}

2}   £40. 0s. 0d    
Dec 1st 1789 Ditto

A Dwelling House and Garden on the South side of Pease Lane in the occupation of John DAVIS, Baker

Frances STICKLAND

4}   £5. 5s. 0d    
Jan 24 1825 Ditto

Same Premises in Reversion [Hannah COZENS]

Robert WILLIAMS, the younger

14} £1. 6s. 8d £5, 0s. 0d £12. 0s. 0d Note:- The counterpart of this lease is missing
Dec 30 1845 Ditto

Same Premises in Reversion

Frederick Charles HENNING

12}   £45. 0s. 0d    
July 2 1807 The late Earl of Shaftsbury

The Dwelling Houses and gardens on the North side of Pease Lane occupied by Robert KEATS + Jno DAY

The Earl of Shaftsbury

22} ££1. 19s. 6d £16. 10s. 0d £10. 0s 0d  
Nov 21 1811 The late Earl of Shaftsbury

Same Premises in Reversion

The Lord ASHLEY [ Earl of Shaftsbury]

10}   £6, 6s. 0d
   
Mar 19 1850 Now Lord ALINGTON

Same Premises in Reversion [now HUTCHINGS]

Philip Frank SCUTT

[14]   £141. 0s. 0d    
July 2 1807 The late Earl of Shaftsbury

The Blacksmith's shop, and Garden on the North side of Pease Lane in the occupation of John DAY

The present Earl of Shaftsbury

38 £2. 0s. 0d £19. 10s. 0d £24. 0s. 0d  
Nov 21 1811 The present Earl of Shaftsbury

Same Premises in Reversion

The Lord ASHLEY [ Earl of Shaftsbury]

10   £5. 5s. 0d    
Mar 19 1850 Now Lord ALINGTON

Same Premises in Reversion [? BALLINS?? ]

William Eyerton TUPP

12   £54. 0s. 0d    
July 2 1807 The late Earl of Shaftsbury

A Dwelling House and Garden on the North side of Pease Lane occupied by James LESTER

The present Earl of Shaftsbury

38 £1. 6s. 8d £24. 0s. 0d £10. 0s. 0d  
Nov 21 1811 The present Earl of Shaftsbury

Same Premises in Reversion

The Lord ASHLEY [ Earl of Shaftsbury]

10   £7. 7s. 0d    
Mar 19 1850 Now Lord ALINGTON

Same Premises in Reversion

Horatio YEARSLEY

8   £65. 0s. 0d    
Apr 11 1810 The Late Robert RUMSEY

A Dwelling House and backside on the North side of Pease Lane occupied by John Grey RUMSEY

Robert RUMSEY

Blank £1. 10.s. 0d £10. 0s. 0d £12. 0s. 0d Nearly the whole of the garden belonging to these premises was, about 8 years ago, added to Robert RUMSEY's Freehold property adjoining, without the consent of the parishioners
Apr 4 1822 John Grey RUMSEY

Same Premises in Reversion

John Grey RUMSEY

23   £10. 0s. 0d    

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