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Red Lion, Hockerill

· Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Covenant between John Godfrey, citizen and girdler of London and Ann Stevens of London, widow

Identifier: 42983 · Date: 31 Oct 1661 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

For the former to stand seised of the Red Lion Inn at the upper end of Hockerill and eight acres of land belonging therewith, and the White Horse Inn, to the use of himself and Ann Stevens, his int...

Covenant

Identifier: 43180 · Date: 14 Jun 1712 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Between John Edridge of Stansted Mountfitchet, Essex, baker, and Ann his wife, and Humphrey William Edridge of the same, son and heir of the above, and Mary his wife, John Taverner of Bishops Stort...

Copy of settlement on the marriage of Godfrey Lee Farrant of Doctors Commons, London, gentleman, and Margaret Manesty of Clapham, Surrey, spinster

Identifier: 42825 · Date: 2 Jul 1736 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Release (following a lease for a year) by Godfrey Lee Farrant to Seth Jermy of the Victualling Office, esquire, and Marshe Dickinson of St Thomas the Apostle, London, gentleman, in trust of propert...

Abstract of the title of Francis Hawes to the Red Lion Inn

Identifier: 43041 · Date: 3 Apr 1740 - 20 Feb 1787 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Release of the Red Lion Inn and a croft in Redings otherwise Bishops Field, and a croft in Thorley called Balditch

Identifier: 43045 · Date: 30 Sep 1748 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Release (mortgage) by Thomas Clayton of St Catherine's Cree Church, London, joiner, to Robert Young of Easeington, farmer, of the Red Lion Inn and a croft in Redings otherwise Bishops Field, and a ...

Lease of the Red Lion Inn and a croft in Redings otherwise Bishops Field, and a croft in Thorley called Balditch

Identifier: 43043 · Date: 29 Sep 1748 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Lease (mortgage) by Thomas Clayton of St Catherine's Cree Church, London, joiner, to Robert Young of Easeington, farmer, of the Red Lion Inn and a croft in Redings otherwise Bishops Field, and a cr...

Copy of the will of Thomas Clayton, citizen and joiner of London

Identifier: 43046 · Date: 4 May 1751 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Concerning a messuage in Potters Street, Bishops Stortford; his two fifth shares in messuages and booths in the Fair of Stirbidge within the Liberties of the Town of Cambridgem the Red Lion Inn wit...

Release of the Red Lion Inn and a croft in Redings otherwise Bishops Field, and a croft in Thorley called Balditch

Identifier: 43048 · Date: 9 Nov 1757 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Release (mortgage) by Thomas Clayton of St. Catherine's Cree Church, London, joiner, to Robert Young of Easeington, farmer, of the Red Lion Inn and a croft in Redings otherwise Bishops Field, and a...