DEEDS OF FAIRVIEW COTTAGES
1876 -

The earliest document (No.1) within the bundle of Deeds is dated 29th September 1876 and is a conveyance relating to the Golden Cross pub, two attached cottages (adjacent to the Golden Cross and now one) and, importantly, a piece of land on the Alcester. It is upon this 'piece of land' that the four Fairview Cottages were eventually built. Then follows forty-four documents which give a detailed history of the cottages, later to become two. The present owners, the Haw's, purchased number four (three and four) in 1995. The present owners Alex and Irene Haw have kindly allowed access to this bundle of deeds.
Julian Andre Rawes, Crooked Walls, Harvington, 2020.


Contents
  • Fairview Deeds 024: dated 1948 - Requisitions on Title.
  • Fairview Deeds 025: dated 1948 - Conveyance.
  • Fairview Deeds 026: dated 1948 - Abstract of Title.
  • Fairview Deeds 027: dated 1967 - Copy of a Deed of Gift.
  • Fairview Deeds 028: dated 1978 - Bundle of copied documents.
  • Fairview Deeds 029: dated 1978 - Deed of Gift.
  • Fairview Deeds 030: dated 1979 - Probate.
  • Fairview Deeds 031: dated 1980 - Assent.
  • Fairview Deeds 032: dated 1985 - Probate.
  • Fairview Deeds 033: dated 1985 - Probate.
  • Fairview Deeds 034: dated 1986 - Land charge.
  • Fairview Deeds 035: dated 1986 - Legal charge.
  • Fairview Deeds 036: dated 1986 - Conveyance.
  • Fairview Deeds 037: dated 1986 - Land charge.
  • Fairview Deeds 038: dated 1987 - Planning.
  • Fairview Deeds 039: dated 1987 - Planning.
  • Fairview Deeds 040: dated 1990 - Bundle of copied documents.
  • Fairview Deeds 041: dated 1990 - Conveyance.
  • Fairview Deeds 042: dated 1990 - Land charge.
  • Fairview Deeds 043: dated 1995 - Land Registry Document.
  • Fairview Deeds 044: dated 1995 - Agreement.
  • Fairview Deeds 045: dated 1995 - Land charge.
  • Fairview Deeds 001:         Eleven large attached sheets with writing on one side, a contempory copy of a conveyance dated 29th September 1876.

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    Dated the 29th of Septr 1876

    Mr George Shailer
    and his Mortgage

    to

    Mr James Major

    Attested Copy

    Conveyance
    of a messuage or Inn known
    as the Golden Cross, 2
    Cottages or Tenements adjoining
    and a close or piece of Land
    all situate in the Parish of
    Harvington in the County of
    Worcester.

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    This Indenture made the twenty ninth day of September one
    thousand eight hundred and seventy five Between The Reverend
    Samuel Garrard of Park Hall in the Parish of Salford Priors in the
    County of Warwick Clerk of the first part George Henry Garrard of
    Evesham in the County of Worcester Gentleman of the second part
    George Shailer of Harvington in the said County of Worcester Innholder
    of the third part and James Major of Evesham aforesaid Innholder
    of the fourth part Whereas by an Indenture dated the twenty sixth
    day of January one thousand eight hundred and sixty three and
    made between Thomas Matthews of the one part and the said
    George Shailer of the other part For the valuable consideration
    therein mentioned the hereditaments and premises hereinafter
    firstly described and intended to be hereby conveyed were granted
    and conveyed unto and to the use of the said George Shailer his
    heirs and assigns for ever And whereas by an Indenture dated
    the twenty seventh day of January one thousand eight hundred
    and sixty three and made between the said George Shailer of the
    one part and George Eades of the other part For the valuable
    consideration therein mentioned the said hereditaments and
    premises hereinafter described and intended to be hereby
    conveyed were granted unto and to the use of the said
    George Eades his heirs and assigns for ever by way of
    Mortgage for receiving the payment by the said George Shailer
    unto the said George Eades his executors administrators or assigns
    of the sum of Three hundred pounds with interest And whereas
    by an Indenture dated the twenty third day of January one
    thousand eight hundred and sixty five and made between
    the said George Shailer of the one part and the said George
    Eades of the other part In consideration of the sum of
    Fifty pounds paid by the said George Eades to the said
    George Shailer He the said George Shailer Did thereby charge
    the said hereditaments and premises with the payment
    to the said George Eades his executors administrators and
    assigns as well of the said sum of Fifty pounds and
    interest for the same as of the said sum of Three
    hundred pounds and interest for the same And whereas

    [Stamp bearing: 8th of December 1880 Hugh Courtenay Prance   G Ellis Garrard]

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    by an Indenture dated the twenty third day of April one
    thousand eight hundred and sixty seven (endorsed on the
    hereinbefore recited Indenture of the twenty seventh of January
    one thousand eight hundred and sixty three) and made between
    the said George Eades of the first part the said George Shailer of
    the second part and the said Samuel Garrard of the
    third part In consideration of the sums of Three hundred pounds
    and fifty pounds making together Three hundred and fifty
    pounds to the said George Eades paid by the said Samuel Garrard
    at the request of the said George Shailer He the said George
    Eades assigned the said principal sums of Three hundred
    pounds and fifty pounds due to the said George Eades on the
    security of the hereinbefore recited Indenture of mortgage
    and Further charge and the interest thenceforth to become
    due for the same unto the said Samuel Garrard his
    executors administrators and assigns absolutely And by the
    same now reciting Indenture for the considerations aforesaid
    and also the consideration of the sum of Fifty pounds to the
    said George Shailer paid by said Samuel Garrard He the
    said George Eades granted and He the said George Shailer
    released and confirmed the said hereditaments and premises
    hereinafter firstly described and intended to be hereby
    conveyed unto and to the use of the said Samuel Garrard
    his heirs and assign s for ever But nevertheless by way of
    mortgage only and subject to redemption upon payment
    by the said George Shailer unto the said Samuel Garrard
    of the sum of Four hundred pounds with interest And
    whereas
    by an Indenture dated the third day of February one
    thousand eight hundred and sixty eight and made
    between the said George Shailer of the one part and the
    said Samuel Garrard of the other part In consideration
    of the further sum of sixty three pounds lent by the
    said Samuel Garrard to the said George Shailer He the
    said George Shailer Did thereby charge the said
    hereditaments and premises with the payment by the
    said George Shailer unto the said Samuel Garrard of not

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    only the said sum of Four hundred pounds but also
    the said sum of sixty three pounds then advanced
    and interest for the same And whereas the said principal
    sums of Four hundred pounds and sixty three pounds making
    together the sum of Four hundred and sixty three pounds still
    remain due to the said Samuel Garrard but all interest
    in respect of the same hath been paid thereon up to
    the date hereof as he doth hereby acknowledge And whereas
    by another Indenture dated the thirtieth day of June one
    thousand eight hundred and seventy and made between
    Courtenay Connell Prance of the one part and the said
    George Shailer of the other part For the valuable consideration
    therein mentioned the hereditaments and premises herein
    after secondly described and intended to be hereby conveyed were granted and conveyed
    unto and to the use of the said George Shailer his heirs
    and assigns for ever And whereas by an Indenture dated the
    first day of July one thousand eight hundred and seventy
    and made between the said George Shailer of the one part and
    the said George Henry Garrard of the other part In consideration
    of the sum of Two hundred pounds lent by the said
    George Henry Garrard to the said George Shailer He the said
    George Shailer granted the said hereditaments and premises
    hereinafter secondly described and intended to be hereby
    conveyed unto and to the use of the said George Henry
    Garrard his heirs and assigns for ever but nevertheless by way
    of mortgage only and subject to redemption upon payment
    by the said George Shailer unto the said George Henry Garrard
    of the sum of Two hundred pounds with interest
    And whereas by another Indenture dated the thirteenth day of
    February one thousand eight hundred and seventy one
    and made between the said George Shailer of the one
    part and the said George Henry Garrard of the other
    part In consideration of the further sum of Fifty three
    pounds lent by the said George Shailer Did thereby charge
    and make chargeable All and singular the hereditaments

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    and premises comprised in and granted by the last recited Indenture
    with the payment by the said George Shailer unto the said George
    Henry Garrard of the said further sum of fifty three pounds
    with interest for the same And whereas the said principal
    sum of Two hundred pounds and fifty three pounds making
    together the sum of Two hundred and fifty three pounds still
    remain due to the said George Henry Garrard upon the security
    of the lastly hereinbefore recited Indenture of mortgage and
    further charge but all interest in respect thereof hath been
    paid thereon up to the date hereof as he doth hereby acknowledge
    And whereas the said George Shailer hath contracted and agreed
    with the said James Major for the sale to him of the
    hereditaments and premises hereinafter firstly and secondly
    described and intended to be hereby conveyed and the
    fee simple and inheritance thereof in possession free
    from incumbrances at the sum of Eight hundred and
    sixty pounds And whereas the said Samuel Garrard and
    George Henry Garrard have respectively agreed to join in
    these presents for the purpose of conveying and assuring
    the said hereditaments and premises to the said James Major
    in manner hereinafter appearing upon receiving out of the
    said purchase money the said several sums of Four
    hundred and sixty three pounds and two hundred and
    fifty three pounds so due to them respectively as aforesaid
    Now this Indenture witnesseth that in pursuance of the
    said contract and in consideration of the sum of Four hundred
    and sixty three pounds (part of the said purchase money
    or sum of Eight hundred and sixty pounds) to the said
    Samuel Garrard And of the sum of Two hundred and
    fifty three pounds (other part of the said purchase money)
    to the said George Henry Garrard respectively paid by the said
    James Major at or before the execution of these presents
    the receipt of which said several sums in manner aforesaid
    the said Samuel Garrard and George Henry Garrard do
    hereby respectively admit and acknowledge And also in
    consideration of the sum of one hundred and forty

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    four pounds (residue of the said purchase money) to the said
    George Shailer at the same time paid by the said James
    Major the receipt and payment of which said several sums
    of Four hundred and sixty three pounds two hundred and
    fifty three pounds and one hundred and forty four Pounds
    making together the full purchase money or sum of Eight
    hundred and sixty pounds he the said George Shailer doth hereby
    admit and acknowledge and of and from the same and
    every part thereof doth hereby acquit release and for ever
    discharge the said James Major his heirs executors and
    administrators by these Presents They the said Samuel Garrard
    and George Henry Garrard according to their respective
    estates and interests in the hereditaments hereinafter
    described and intended to be hereby conveyed and so
    far as they respectively lawfully can or may and no
    further or otherwise Do and each of them Doth by these
    presents at the request of the said George Shailer testified
    by his executing these Presents grant release and convey
    And he the said George Shailer Doth by these presents grant
    release convey and confirm unto the said James Major
    and his heirs Firstly All that messuage or tenement
    known by the name of the Golden Cross Inn with the
    stables brewhouse outhouses and other erections and
    buildings and the yards and garden thereunto
    adjoining and belonging which said messuage and
    buildings were erected and built upon part of a piece
    or parcel of land which was formerly part and parcel
    of a certain field or close of land called by the name
    of Hawkes Field or Hawkes Piece situate and being in the
    parish of Harvington in the County of Worcester
    heretofore in the occupation of Joseph Cale Williams but now
    of the said George Shailer And also All that piece or parcel of
    land or ground called Porters Elue[?] Corner now and for many
    years past used as garden ground adjoining the last
    described premises and occupied therewith situate in the parish
    of Harvington aforesaid formerly in the occupation of William

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    Bennett afterwards of Joseph Cale since of the said Joseph
    Cale Williams but now of the said George Shailer bounded
    on the East by the hereditaments hereinbefore described on the
    West by the Turnpike Road leading from Evesham to
    Alcester on the North by a piece of land of Mr George Malin
    and on the South by a road or land [lane] leading from Harvington
    aforesaid to the Lenches And also All those two cottages or
    tenements erected and built by the said George Shailer upon
    the hereinbefore described pieces or parcels of land
    or some part thereof with the appurtenances to the same
    belonging now in the occupation of Isaac Ganderton and
    John Hawks as tenants thereof secondly All that piece or parcel
    of Land situate in the parish of Harvington aforesaid
    containing by admeasurement Two acres and six perches
    or thereabouts heretofore also part and parcel of the said
    close or piece of land known as Hawkes piece and near to
    the premises hereinbefore firstly described and fronting to the said road
    leading from Evesham to Alcester as the same piece of land
    intended to be hereby conveyed is now in the occupation of the
    said George Shailer Together with all houses outhouses edifices
    buildings gardens hedges ditches fences roads ways waters
    watercourses lights sights members easements and appurtenances
    to the said hereditaments and premises hereinbefore expressed
    to be hereby granted belonging or in anywise appertaining
    or to or with the same or any part thereof now or
    at anytime heretofore granted with or occupied or
    known as part or parcel of the same or any part
    thereof or appurtenant thereto And all reversions
    remainders yearly and other rents issues and profits
    thereof And all the estate right title property interest use
    trust possibility benefit claim and demand whatsoever both
    at law and in equity of the said Samuel Garrard
    George Henry Garrard and George Shailer and each and
    every of them of in to out of or upon the hereditaments
    and premises hereinbefore expressed to be hereby granted
    and every part thereof To have and To hold all and singular the

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    hereditaments and premises hereinbefore expressed to be
    hereby granted and conveyed unto the said James Major
    and his heirs (Freed and wholly discharged from all
    principal and interest monies due and owing and secured
    to the said Samuel Garrard and George Henry Garrard
    or either of them upon or by virtue of the hereinbefore
    recited Indenture of Mortgage Transfer and Further
    charge or any or either of them and from all claims
    and demands in respect thereof) To the use of the said
    James Major his heirs and assigns for ever And the said
    James Major who was married since the year one
    thousand eight hundred and thirty four doth hereby
    declare that if he shall die leaving a Widow she
    shall not be entitled to dower out of or in the said
    hereditaments and premises or any part thereof And each of
    them the said Samuel Garrard and George Henry Garrard
    so far as relates to his own acts and deeds and no further
    or otherwise doth hereby for himself his heirs executors
    and administrators Covenant with the said James Major
    his heirs and assigns that he the covenanting party hath
    not at any time heretofore made done executed permitted
    occasioned or suffered or been party or privy to any act
    deed matter or thing whatsoever whereby the hereditaments
    and premises hereinbefore expressed to be hereby conveyed
    or any part thereof are is can shall or may be
    impeached charged affected or incumbered in title
    estate or otherwise howsoever And the said George Shailer
    doth hereby for himself his heirs executors and
    administrators covenant with the said James Major
    his heirs and assigns in manner following that is to
    say that for and notwithstanding any act deed
    matter or thing whatsoever made done committed
    executed occasioned suffered by him the said George
    Shailer or by any person rightfully claiming through
    under or in trust for him to the contrary they the said
    George Shailer Samuel Garrard and George Henry Garrard

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    or some or one of them now have good right and full
    power to grant and convey the hereditaments and
    premises hereinbefore expressed to be hereby granted and
    conveyed unto and to the use of the said James Major
    his heirs and assigns in manner aforesaid And that it
    shall be lawful for the said James Major his heirs
    and assigns at all times hereafter peaceably and
    quietly to enter into and upon and to have hold use
    occupy and enjoy the said hereditaments and premises
    and to receive and take the rents issues and profits
    thereof and of every part thereof without any
    interruption or disturbance from or by the said
    George Shailer or his heirs or from or by any person
    or persons rightfully claiming through under or in
    trust for him And that free from and effectually
    kept indemnified against all and all manner of former
    and other estates rights titles charges debts and incumbrances
    whether already or hereafter to be had made done
    executed permitted occasioned or suffered by him
    the said George Shailer or his heirs or by any person
    or persons rightfully claiming through under or
    in trust for him And lastly that he the said
    George Shailer and his heirs and all other persons
    whomsoever having or rightfully claiming any estate
    right title property or Interest in or to the hereditaments
    and premises hereinbefore expressed to be hereby
    conveyed through under or in trust for him or
    them shall and will at all times hereafter upon
    every reasonable request by and at the costs and
    charges of the said James Major his heirs or assigns
    make do acknowledge and execute or cause to be made
    done acknowledged and executed all such further
    and other lawful and reasonable acts deeds conveyances
    and assurances in the law whatsoever for the further
    or better or more satisfactory granting or otherwise
    assuring the said hereditaments and premises

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    hereinbefore expressed to be hereby granted and conveyed
    unto and to the use of the said James Major his
    heirs and assigns in manner aforesaid as by the said
    James Major his heirs or assigns or his or their counsel
    in the Law shall be reasonably devised or advised
    and required In Witness whereof the said parties to these
    presents have hereunto set their hands and seals the day
    and year first above written.

    Samuel (LS) Garrard       Geo H (LS) Garrard       James (LS) Major       George (LS) Shailer

    Signed Sealed and Delivered by the within named

    Chas Lunn
    Clerk to Messrs New & Co.
    Solrs Evesham

    Signed Sealed and Delivered by the within named
    George Henry Garrard George Shailer and James
    Major in the presence of

    Herbert Downes
    Clerk to Messrs New Prance & Garrard
    Solrs Evesham

    Received the day and year first within written
    of and from the within named James Major
    the sum of Four hundred and sixty three pounds       463
    being the consideration money within
    mentioned to be paid by him to me

    Samuel Garrard

    Witness
    Chas Lunn

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    Received the day and year first within written
    of and from the within named James Major
    the sum of Two hundred and fifty three pounds       253
    being the consideration money within
    mentioned to be paid by him to me

    Geo H Garrard

    Witness
    Herbert Downes

    Received the day and year first within written
    of and from the within named James Major
    the sum of One hundred and forty four pounds       144
    being the consideration money within                     ------
    mentioned to be paid by him to me                         860

    George Shailer

    Witness
    Herbert Downes

    Examined with original this                         Hugh Courtenay Prance
    8th day of December 1880 of which             G Ellis Garrard
    we hereby attest this to be a
    true and correct copy.

    Fairview Deeds 002:         Single large folded sheet with writing on four pages of a conveyance dated 9th December 1880.

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    Dated 9th Decr 1880

    Mr James Major

    to

    Mr Thomas Cresswell

    Conveyance of a piece of
    land at Harvington in the
    County of Worcester.

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    This Indenture made the ninth day of
    December One thousand eight
    hundred and eighty Between James Major of Evesham in the
    County of Worcester Innkeeper of the one part and Thomas Cresswell
    of Orchard Street Redditch in the same county Builder of the other part
    Whereas by an Indenture dated the twenty ninth day of September One
    thousand eight hundred and seventy five and made between The
    Reverend Samuel Garrard of Park Hall in the Parish of Salford Priors in
    the County of Warwick Clerk of the first part George Henry Garrard of Evesham
    in the County of Worcester Gentleman on the second part George Shailer of
    Harvington in the said County of Worcester Innkeeper of the third part and the
    said James Major of the fourth part for the valuable considerations therein
    mentioned (inter alia) All that piece or parcel of land situate in the
    parish of Harvington aforesaid containing by admeasurement Two acres and
    six perches or thereabouts therefore part and parcel of a close or piece of land known as
    Hawkes piece and near to the Golden Cross Inn and fronting to the road
    leading from Evesham to Alcester was granted and assured unto and to
    the use of the said James Major his heirs and assigns for ever And
    whereas
    the said James Major hath contracted and agreed with the
    said Thomas Cresswell for the sale to him of the piece or parcel of land
    hereinafter described and intended to be hereby conveyed (being part of
    the said piece of land so conveyed to the said James Major by the
    hereinbefore recited Indenture as aforesaid) at the price or sum of Twenty
    nine pounds Now this Indenture witnesseth that in pursuance of
    the said agreement and in consideration of the sum of Twenty nine pounds
    to the said James Major paid by the said Thomas Cresswell at or
    immediately before the execution of these presents the receipt whereof he the
    said James Major doth hereby admit and acknowledge thereof and
    therefore doth acquit release and discharge the said Thomas Cresswell
    his heirs executors administrators and assigns for ever by these presents He
    the said James Major doth by these presents grant and convey unto the
    said Thomas Cresswell his heirs and assigns All that piece of land
    situate at Harvington aforesaid containing twenty one yards or thereabouts
    in front to the Evesham and Alcester turnpike road and twenty four
    yards or thereabouts in depth and five hundred and four square yards
    or thereunto in the whole as now marked or staked out as the same is
    more particularly delineated in the plan drawn on these presents and
    thereon colored pink Together with all yards gardens ways paths passages
    watercourses mounds fences easements rights members and appurtenances
    to the said piece of land and hereditaments expressed to be hereby conveyed
    belonging or in anywise appertaining And all the estate right title interest
    inheritance property possession claim and demand both at law and in
    equity of the said James Major of in to out of or upon the said piece of land
    hereditaments and premises expressed to be hereby conveyed and every part
    thereof To have and to hold the said piece of land and hereditaments
    and all and singular other the premises hereinbefore expressed to by hereby
    granted and conveyed unto the said Thomas Cresswell his heirs and assigns
    To the use of the said Thomas Cresswell his heirs and assigns for ever
    And the said Thomas Cresswell doth hereby declare that no Widow he may leave

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    at his decease shall be entitled to dower out of or in the said piece of
    land hereditaments and premises hereby granted and conveyed or any part
    thereof And the said James Major doth hereby for himself his heirs
    executors and administrators covenant with the said Thomas Cresswell his
    heirs and assigns in manner following that is to say that for
    and notwithstanding any act deed or thing whatsoever by him the
    said James Major made done or knowingly suffered to the
    contrary he the said James Major now hath in himself good right
    and full power to grant and convey the hereditaments and premises
    expressed to be hereby granted and conveyed unto and to the use of the said
    Thomas Cresswell his heirs and assigns in manner aforesaid and that it
    shall be lawful for the said Thomas Cresswell his heirs and assigns
    from time to time and at all times hereafter peaceably and quietly to enter
    into and upon have hold enjoy receive and take the rents and profits of the
    hereditaments and premises expressed to be hereby granted and conveyed
    without the let suit hindrance or interruption of the said James Major
    his heirs or of any person or persons claiming or to claim through or under him
    them or any of them And that free and clear of and from or otherwise by him
    the said James Major his heirs executors or administrators well and sufficiently
    indemnified against all former and other estates rights titles charges and
    incumbrances whatsoever either already or hereafter to be had made executed
    or suffered by the said James Major or his heirs or any person or persons
    claiming or to claim through or under him or them And further that he
    the said James Major and his heirs and all and every other person and
    persons having or claiming or who shall or may have or claim any estate
    right or interest in or to the hereditaments and premises expressed and
    intended to be hereby granted and conveyed through or under him or them
    of all and will from time to time and at all times hereafter upon every
    reasonably request and at all the costs and charges of the said Thomas Cresswell
    his heirs or assigns make and execute or cause to be made and executed all
    such further acts deeds conveyances and assurances for more effectually
    or satisfactorily granting and conveying the hereditaments and premises
    expressed and intended to be hereby granted and conveyed or any part thereof
    unto and to the use of the said Thomas Cresswell his heirs and assigns as by
    him or them or his or their counsel in the Law shall be reasonably devised
    or advised and required And lastly that he the said James Major his
    heirs or assigns shall and will at all times hereafter upon reasonable
    request by and at the costs of the said Thomas Cresswell his heirs or assigns
    produce or cause to be produced unto him or them or as he or they may
    reasonably require the hereinbefore recited Indenture for the manifestation
    proof and defence of the estate title and possession of the said Thomas
    Cresswell his heirs or assigns to the said piece of Land hereinbefore
    expressed to be hereby granted and conveyed And also shall and will
    at the like request and costs make and furnish to the said Thomas
    Cresswell his heirs or assigns true and attested or plain unattested copies
    or abstracts of or extracts from the same Indenture and permit and
    suffer such copies abstracts or extracts to be compared and
    examined with the original and also shall and will in the
    meantime keep and preserve the same deed safe whole and
    uncancelled damage by fire or other inevitable accident only

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    excepted In witness whereof the said parties to these presents have
    hereunto set their hands and seals the day and year first before written.

    James Major [signed with seal]
    Thomas Cresswell [signed with seal]

    Signed Sealed and Delivered
    by the within named James Major
    and Thomas Cresswell in the
    presence of

    Herbert Downes
    Clerk to Messrs New & Co
    Solrs Evesham

    Received on the execution of these presents from the within
    named Thomas Cresswell the sum of Twenty nine pounds       29 : 0 : 0
    being the consideration money expressed to be paid to me.

    Witness:-
    Herbert Downes [signed]     James Major [signed]


    Enlargement of plan on page three.

    Fairview Deeds 003:         Single large folded sheet with writing on four pages of a mortgage dated 28th January 1881.

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    Dated 28th January 1881

    Mr Thos Cresswell

    to

    Mr Saml Powell

    Mortgage

    of

    Messuage and Land situate at
    Harvington in the County of Worcester
    and a messuage and land at Redditch
    in the Parish of Ipsley and County of
    Warwick for securing 500 and interest
    at 5 per cent per annum and now
    attornment of Tenancy.

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    This Indenture made the twenty eighth
    day of January
    One thousand eight
    hundred and eighty
    one Between Thomas Cresswell of Orchard Street
    Redditch in the County of Worcester Builder of the one part and
    Samuel Powell of Headless Cross Redditch aforesaid Gentleman
    of the other part Witnesseth that in consideration of Five
    hundred pounds this day paid to the said Thomas Cresswell
    by the said Samuel Powell (the receipt whereof the said Thomas
    Cresswell doth hereby acknowledge) He the said Thomas Cresswell doth
    hereby grant unto the said Samuel Powell his heirs and assigns
    Firstly, All that piece of land situate at Harvington in the County
    of Worcester containing twenty one yards or thereabouts in front to the
    Evesham and Alcester Turnpike Road and twenty four yards or
    thereabouts in depth and five hundred and four square yards or
    thereabouts in the whole as now marked or staked out as the same is
    more particularly delineated in the Plan drawn on the Indenture conveying the same to
    the said Thomas Cresswell dated the ninth day of December One
    thousand eight hundred and eighty and made between James Major
    of the one part and the said Thomas Cresswell of the other part and
    thereon colored Pink. And also all those four messuages or
    Dwellinghouses now in course of erection on the said piece of land or
    some part thereof And Secondly All that piece of Land situate in
    and fronting to a certain street called Orchard Street leading out of
    Oswald Street in the Parish of Ipsley in the County of Warwick
    (being part of a piece of land formerly called "The Orchard") and
    bounded on or towards the east by a piece of Land now or late of
    Charles Frederick Rice towards the north by land now or late
    belonging to [blank] Savage Lander Esquire and on or towards
    the west by land now or late of Robert Smith Bartleet Esquire and
    having a frontage or width of five yards to Orchard Street aforesaid
    and carrying the same width throughout and containing in depth
    in the east side thereof Fifty seven feet six inches and in the west
    side thereof Fifty eight feet and in the whole ninety six square yards
    or thereabouts by the said several quantities more or less And also
    the Messuage or Dwellinghouse with the outbuildings thereto belonging
    recently erected and now standing and being upon the lastly described
    piece of Land and in the occupation of the said Thomas Cresswell and
    all other Messuages and Buildings to be hereafter erected on the said
    pieces of Land or either of them Together with all Buildings fences ways
    Yards Gardens sewers drains lights liberties privileges easements and
    appurtenances whatsoever in the premises or any of them belonging
    or in anywise appertaining or usually held or occupied therewith or
    reputed to belong or be appurtenant thereto And also the Estate right
    title interest claim and demand whatsoever of the said Thomas
    Cresswell in to and upon the said premises and every part
    thereof To hold the said pieces of Land messuages hereditaments and
    premises unto the said Samuel Powell his heirs and assigns to the use
    of the said Samuel Powell his heirs and assigns Provided always that
    if the said Thomas Cresswell his heirs executors administrators or assigns shall

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    on the twenty eighth day of July next pay to the said Samuel Powell
    his executors administrators or assigns the sum of Dive hundred pounds
    with interest for the same after the rate of Five pounds per cent per annum
    computed from the date of these presents then and in such case the
    hereditaments and premises hereby granted or expressed so to be shall
    at any time thereafter at the request and cost of the said Thomas
    Cresswell his heirs or assigns be reconveyed to him or them or as
    he or they shall direct And the said Thomas Cresswell Doth hereby
    for himself his heirs executors and administrators covenant with the said
    Samuel Powell his executors administrators and assigns that he the said
    Thomas Cresswell his heirs executors administrators or assigns will on
    the twenty eighth day of July next pay unto the said Samuel Powell his
    executors administrators or assigns the sum of Five hundred pounds with
    interest for the same after the rate of Five pounds per cent per annum
    computed from the date of these presents And if the said sum of Five
    hundred pounds shall not by paid on the said twenty eighth day of
    July next then will pay to him or them interest thereon after the rate
    aforesaid by equal half yearly payments on the twenty eighth day of July
    and the twenty eighth day of January in every year until the same sum
    shall be fully paid And the said Thomas Cresswell doth hereby for
    himself his heirs executors and administrators covenant with the said
    Samuel Powell his heirs and assigns that he the said Thomas
    Cresswell now hath good right to grant the hereditaments and premises
    hereby granted or expressed so to be unto and to the use of the said
    Samuel Powell his heirs and assigns in manner aforesaid And that if
    defaults shall be made in payment of the said sum of Five hundred pounds
    or the interest thereof on the twenty eighth day of July next the said Samuel
    Powell his heirs and assigns may at any time thereafter enter into and
    upon the said hereditaments and premises and shall thenceforth quietly
    possess and enjoy the same and receive the rents and profits thereof without
    any lawful eviction interruption claim or demand from or by any
    person or persons whomsoever and that free from incumbrances and
    further that he the said Thomas Cresswell and all other persons having or
    lawfully or equitably claiming any estate or interest in the said hereditaments
    and premises or any part thereof shall and will from time to time and at all
    times hereafter at his or their own cost during the continuance of this security
    and afterwards at the cost of the person or persons requiring the same do
    and execute or cause to be done and executed all such acts deeds and things
    for further and more perfectly assuring the said hereditaments and
    premises unto and to the use of the said Samuel Powell his heirs and
    assigns in manner aforesaid as shall or may be reasonably required
    And also that he the said Thomas Cresswell his heirs executors
    administrators or assigns will at all times during the continuance of
    this security keep the messuage and buildings hereby granted or expressed
    so to be insured from loss or damage by fire in the name or names of the
    said Samuel Powell his executors administrators or assigns in the sum of
    Five hundred pounds at the least in amounts fairly proportioned to the value
    of the respective Buildings firstly and secondly hereinbefore described in
    the Staffordshire Insurance Office or in some other office for Insurance &
    to be approved of by him or them and will duly pay all Premiums
    and sums of money payable for that purpose and will deliver to the said
    Samuel Powell his executors administrators or assigns the receipt for every said
    payment within seven days after it shall become due And it is hereby agreed and

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    declared that it shall be lawful for the said Samuel Powell his executors administrators
    or assigns at any time or times without any further consent on the part of the said Thomas
    Cresswell his heirs or assigns to sell the hereditaments and premises respectively hereby granted
    or expressed so to be or any part thereof either together or in lots and either by public Auction
    or private Contract and either with or without special conditions or stipulations relative to title or
    otherwise with power to buy in at any Sales by Public Auction or to recind Contracts for sale and to
    resell without being answerable for any loss or diminution in price and with power also to
    execute assurances give effectual receipts for the purchase money and do all other acts and
    things for completing the Sale which the said Samuel Powell his executors administrators or assigns
    shall think proper And it is hereby agreed and declared that the said Samuel Powell his executors
    administrators or assigns shall with and out of the monies to arise from any such sale as
    aforesaid in the first place pay and retain the costs and expenses attending such sale or
    otherwise incurred in relation to this security and in the next place pay and satisfy the monies
    which shall then be owing in the security of these presents and shall pay the surplus (if any) to the
    said Thomas Cresswell his heirs or assigns And it is hereby declared that the power of sale hereinbefore
    contained may be exercised by any person or persons for the time being entitled to receive and give a discharge
    for the monies for the time being owing on the security of these presents and that if the legal Estate in the
    said hereditaments and premises shall devolve upon or otherwise become vested in the person or persons
    other than the person or persons hereby authorised to exercise the said power of sale the person or persons in
    whom such legal estate shall for the time being by vested shall execute such assurances for the purpose of
    completing any sale made under the said power as the person or persons by whom such sale shall be
    made shall direct And for the purpose of better securing the punctual payment of the interest of
    the said principal sum of He the said Thomas Cresswell doth hereby attorn tenant to the said
    Samuel Powell of the Messuage and premises secondly hereinbefore described and hereby granted or
    expressed so to be at the yearly rent of Fifteen pounds to be paid half yearly on the twenty eighth
    day of July and the twenty eighth day of January in every year Provided always that the
    said Samuel Powell his heirs or assigns may at any time after the said twenty eighth day of July
    next enter into and upon the said hereditaments and premises or any part thereof and determine
    the tenancy hereby created without giving the said Thomas Cresswell any notice to quit.
    In witness whereof the said parties to these presents have hereunto set this hands and
    seals the day and year first before written.

    Signed sealed and delivered by
    the above named Thomas
    Cresswell in the presence         Thomas Cresswell [signed with seal]
    of
    William Raine Solr

    Clerk with E C Browning Solr Redditch

    Received on the day and year first before written of and
    from the before named Samuel Powell the sum of Five hundred         500
    pounds being the consideration money hereinbefore expressed
    to be paid by him to me Thomas Cresswell [signed]

    Witness: Wm Raine [signed]

    Fairview Deeds 004:         Single large folded sheet with writing on two pages of a conveyance dated 22nd May 1884.

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    Dated 22nd May 1884

    Mr Thomas Cresswell

    to

    Mr James Bloxham

    Conveyance

    of

    four messuages or dwellinghouses
    situate at Harvington in the
    County of Worcester


    Signed sealed and delivered by the within named Thomas
    Cresswell in the presence of

    A: Hasuits[?]
    Clerk to Messrs Coleman & Co
    Sols Redditch

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    This Indenture made the twenty second day of May One thousand eight hundred and eighty four
    Between Thomas Cresswell of Redditch in the County of Worcester
    Builder of the one part and James Bloxham of Harvington in the said
    County of Worcester Baker of the other part Whereas the said Thomas Cresswell
    being lawfully sized of or otherwise well entitled to the messuages or dwellinghouses and premises hereinafter expressed
    to be hereby conveyed for an Estate of inheritance in fee simple in possession free from incumbrances hath agreed
    with the said James Bloxham for the absolute sale thereof to him for the sum of Two hundred and
    ninety five pounds Now this Indenture witnesseth that in consideration of Two hundred and
    ninety five pounds to the said Thomas Cresswell this day paid by the said James Bloxham the
    receipt whereof the said Thomas Cresswell doth hereby acknowledge He there said Thomas Cresswell
    as Beneficial Owner Doth hereby grant and convey unto the said James Bloxham his heirs
    and assigns All that price or parcel of land situate at Harvington in the County of Worcester containing
    Twenty one yards or thereabouts in front to the Evesham and Alcester turnpike road and twenty
    four yards or thereabouts in depth and Five hundred and four square yards or thereabouts in the whole
    as the same is new staked out or fenced in And also all those messuages or dwellinghouses with
    the outbuildings thereto belonging erected and built by the said Thomas Cresswell on the said piece of
    land or on some part thereof as the same are now in the respective occupation of William Ayliffe William Haughton
    John Winter and Frank Heweley All which said premises are bounded on the north by the said
    Road from Evesham to Alcester on the east and south by land of James Major and on the
    west by land of His Royal Highness the Duc d'Aumale now in the occupation of George Cole
    To hold the same Unto and To the use of the said James Bloxham his heirs and
    assigns for ever In witness whereof the said parties to these presents have hereunto set
    their hands and seals the day and year first above written.

    Thomas Cresswell [signed with seal]

    Fairview Deeds 005:         Six large single-sided of paper with one smaller sheet (F) of an Abstract of title of the Will of Mr James Bloxham dated before 25th March 1928.

    Fairview Deeds 006:         Foolscap sheet with writing on one side of an acknowledgement dated 12th July 1928.

    Fairview Deeds 007:         Foolscap page of a land charge dated 13th July 1928.

    Fairview Deeds 008:         Two large sheets folded into two to make four sheets with writing on six sides of a Conveyance dated 12th July 1928.

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    Dated 12th July 1928

    The Trustees of the Will of
    Mr James Bloxham deceased

    to

    Mr F E George

    Conveyance

    of

    Four cottages and gardens known as
    "Fair View" situate in the Parish of
    Harvington in the County of Worcester

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    This Conveyance made
    the twelfth
    day of July One thousand nine hundred and
    twenty eight Between Henry Stratton
    of Harvington in the County of Worcester Farmer and Fanny
    Elizabeth Smith
    of Salters Hill Villa in the Parish
    of Deerhurst near Tewkesbury in the County of Gloucester Spinster
    (hereinafter called "the Vendors") of the one part and
    Frederick Edward George of Greenhill Evesham in the
    County of Worcester Market Gardener (hereinafter called "the
    Purchaser") of the other part Whereas James Bloxham late
    of Harvington in the County of Worcester at the date of making
    his will and of his death hereinafter recited was seized of (inter
    alia) the property hereinafter described in fee simple in possession
    free from incumbrances And whereas by his will dated the
    fourteenth day of December One thousand nine hundred and one
    the said James Bloxham appointed his wife Millicent Bloxham
    and William Smith and the said William Henry Stratton to be
    the executors and trustees of that his Will and after certain legacies
    and bequests of personal estate Testator gave devised and
    bequeathed all the rest and residue of his real and personal estate
    to his Trustees upon trust to pay or permit his said Wife Millicent
    to receive the rents issues and annual produce thereof during her
    life and after her decease Testator devised and bequeathed all
    the said residue of his Estate unto his Trustees upon trust for sale
    therein mentioned And whereas the said James Bloxham died
    on the third day of April One thousand nine hundred and four
    and his said Will was duly proved in the Worcester District

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    Probate Registry on the seventh day of May One thousand nine
    hundred and four by the said Millicent Bloxham William Smith
    and William Henry Stratton the Executors therein named And
    whereas
    the said William Smith died on the twenty ninth day of
    October One thousand nine hundred and nineteen And whereas
    by a Deed of Appointment of New Trustees dated the twenty sixth
    day of December One thousand nine hundred and nineteen and
    made between the said Millicent Bloxham and William Henry
    Stratton of the one part and John Phipps Smith of the other part
    the said John Phipps Smith was appointed to be a Trustee of the
    before recited Will of the said James Bloxham deceased in the
    place of the said William Smith deceased and jointly with the
    said Deed contained a declaration that the property described in the
    Schedule thereto (of which the property hereinafter described
    formed part) vested in the said Millicent Bloxham William Henry
    Stratton and John Phipps Smith upon the trusts of the Will
    And whereas the said John Phipps Smith died on the twenty third
    day of December One thousand nine hundred and twenty three
    And whereas by a Deed of Appointment of New Trustees dated
    the twenty sixth day of May One thousand nine hundred and
    twenty four made between the said Millicent Bloxham and
    William Henry Stratton of the one part and the said Fanny
    Elizabeth Smith of the other part the said Fanny Elizabeth
    Smith was appointed to be a Trustee of the before recited Will of
    the said James Bloxham deceased and jointly with the said
    Millicent Bloxham and William Henry Stratton and the said
    Deed contained a Declaration that the property described in the

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    Schedule thereto vested in the said Millicent Bloxham and William,
    Henry Stratton and the said Fanny Elizabeth Smith upon the
    trusts of the Will And whereas by virtue of the Law of Property
    Act 1925 and the Settled Land Act 1925 the property hereinafter
    described became vested in the said Millicent Bloxham in fee simple
    at law but no vesting Deed or Assent in her favour was ever executed
    And whereas the said Millicent Bloxham died on the eighteenth
    day of December One thousand nine hundred and twenty seven having
    by her Will dated the twenty second day of May One thousand nine
    hundred and twenty four appointed Mary Olivia Smith and the said
    Fanny Elizabeth Smith and William Henry Stratton Executors
    and Trustees thereof which Will was duly proved in the Worcester
    District Probate Registry on the Eighteenth day of May One
    thousand nine hundred and twenty eight by the Executors
    therein named And whereas by an Assent dated the
    Second day of July One thousand nine
    hundred and twenty eight the said Mary Olivia Smith Fanny
    Elizabeth Smith and William Henry Stratton (who have made
    no previous assent or Conveyance as they hereby declare) assented to
    the vesting in the Vendors as the surviving Trustees of the Will of the
    said James Bloxham deceased of (inter alia) the property hereinafter
    described upon the trusts declared concerning the same by the said
    Will of the said James Bloxham deceased And whereas
    the vendors as Trustees of the Will of the said James Bloxham
    deceased in exercise of the trust for sale of the property to him at
    the price or for the sum of Five hundred and twenty pounds
    Now this deed witnesseth as follows:-

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    1. In consideration of the sum of Five hundred and twenty pounds
    to the Vendors now paid by the Purchaser (the receipt whereof of
    Vendors hereby acknowledge) the Vendors as Trustees in exercise of the
    powers conferred on them by the Will of the said James Bloxham
    deceased and of all other powers them hereunto enabling hereby
    convey unto the Purchaser All those four messuages or cottages
    gardens and premises called "Fair View" situate in the Parish of
    Harvington in the County of Worcester near the Cross there fronting
    the main road leading from Evesham to Alcester in the occupations
    of Charles Ward Charles Hancock William Westbury and Mrs
    Shailer as tenants thereof To hold the same unto the Purchaser
    in fee simple.

    2. The Vendors hereby acknowledge the right of the Purchaser to
    production and delivery of copies of the Documents of Title mentioned
    in the Schedule hereto

    In witness whereof the said parties to these presents have hereunto
    set their hands and seals the day and year first before written.

    The Schedule above referred to
    1st May 1904 Probate of the Will of James Bloxham deceased.
    26th December 1919 & 26th May 1924 Deeds of Appointment of New Trustees of these dated.
    2nd July 1928 The before recited Assent of this date.

    Signed sealed and delivered
    by the said William Henry Stratton         Wm H Stratton [signed]
    in
    the presence of                                         Fanny Elizabeth Smith [signed]

    P Crisp
    Clerk to Messrs Byrch Cox & Sons
    Solicitors Evesham

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    Signed sealed and delivered by the before named
    Fanny Elizabeth Smith in the presence of
    J Jordan
    Salters Hill
    Tewkesbury
    Garage proprietor

    Fairview Deeds 009:         One folded sheet of a Conveyance dated 17th February 1932.

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    Dated 17th February 1937

    Mr F E George

    to

    Mrs D A George

    Conveyance

    of

    Four cottages situate at Harvington
    in the County of Worcester

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    This Conveyance made the
    seventeenth day of February One thousand nine
    hundred and thirty two Between Frederick Edward
    George
    of Greenhill Evesham in the County of Worcester
    Market Gardener (hereinafter called "the Vendor")
    of the one part and Dorothy Alice George of the same
    address Wife of the said Frederick Edward George
    (hereinafter called the Purchaser") of the other part
    Whereas the Vendor is seized in fee simple in
    possession free from incumbrances of the property hereinafter
    described and has agreed with the Purchaser for the
    sale thereof to her at the price or for the sum of
    five hundred pounds Now this Deed Witnesseth as
    follows:-

    1. In consideration of the sum of five hundred pounds
    to the Vendor now paid by the Purchaser (the receipt
    whereof the Vendor hereby acknowledges) the Vendor as
    Beneficial Owner hereby conveys unto the Purchaser All
    Those
    four messuages or cottages gardens and premises
    called "Fair View" situate in the Parish of Harvington
    in the County of Worcester near the Cross there fronting
    the main road leading from Evesham to Alcester in
    the occupations of Charles Ward Mrs Hancock William
    Westbury and H Shailer as tenants thereof To Hold
    the same unto the Purchaser in fee simple

    2. It is hereby declared that the transaction hereby effected
    does not form part of a larger transaction or of a

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    series of transactions in respect of which the amount
    or value or the aggregate amount or value of the
    consideration exceeds five hundred pounds.

    In Witness whereof the said parties to these presents
    have hereunto set their hands and seals the day
    and year first above written.

    Signed Sealed and Delivered
    by the said Frederick Edward
          F E George
    George in the presence of:-
    the date having been
    first altered to the 17th
    day of February 1932

    R Hodgetts [signed]
    Solicitor Evesham

    Fairview Deeds 010:         Large folded sheet of a Conveyance dated 30th December 1935.

    [Fairview009 - title page:-]
    Dated 30th December 1935

    Mrs D A George

    to

    Mrs R M Flanagan

    Conveyance

    of

    Four cottages situate
    at Harvington in the
    County of Worcester

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    This Conveyance made the
    thirtieth
    day of December
    One thousand nine hundred and thirty five Between
    Dorothy Alice George
    of Greenhill Evesham
    in the County of Worcester the Wife of Frederick
    Edward George Market Gardener (hereinafter called
    "the Vendor") of the one part and Kathleen May
    Flanagan
    the Wife of Edward Cecil George
    Flanagan of Ridgeway Gotham in the County of
    Nottingham Optician (hereinafter called "the Purchaser")
    of the other part Whereas the Vendor is seized in
    fee simple in possession free from incumbrances of the
    property hereinafter described and has agreed with
    the Purchaser for the sale thereof to her at the price
    or for the sum of Four hundred and ninety pounds
    Now This Deed witnesseth as follows:

    1. In consideration of the sum of Four hundred
    and ninety pounds
    to the Vendor now paid by the
    Purchaser (the receipt whereof the Vendor hereby
    acknowledges) the Vendor as Beneficial Owner hereby
    conveys unto the Purchaser All Those Four
    Cottages or Messuages with the Gardens and premises
    called "Fair View" situate in the Parish of Harvington
    in the County of Worcester near the Cross there fronting
    the road leading from Evesham to Alcester in the
    occupation of Charles Ward, Mrs Hancock, William
    Westbury and Mr Stephens as tenants thereof To hold
    the same unto the Purchaser in fee simple.

    [Written in faint pencil above the occupiers are other names, which suggest a change of occupiers around this time: above Mrs Hancock is Mr Mansell (Sarah Hancock was living here in 1939); above William Westbury is Mrs -----[?] (Edwin Ecclestone was living here in 1939); above Mr Stephens is Mrs Jones[?] (Joseph Stephens was living here in 1939).]

    2. It is hereby declared that the transaction hereby
    effected does not form part of a larger transaction or of
    a series of transactions in respect of which the amount
    or value or the aggregate amount or value of the
    consideration exceeds Five hundred pounds

    In witness whereof the said parties to these presents
    have hereunto set their hands and seals the day and
    year first before written

    Signed Sealed and Delivered
    by the said Dorothy Alice George       Dorothy A George [signed]
    in the presence of:

    Douglas G Cross
    Solicitor Evesham

    Fairview Deeds 011:         Foolscap page of a land charge dated 18th January 1936.

    Fairview Deeds 012:         Foolscap page of a land charge dated 7th August 1945.

    Fairview Deeds 013:         Folded sheet of a Conveyance dated 10th August 1945.

    Fairview Deeds 014:         Miscellaneous collection of land charges documents etc. dated 1935, 1942, 1947, 1948.

    Fairview Deeds 015:         Foolscap page of a land charge dated 25th September 1945.

    Fairview Deeds 016:         Folded sheet of a Conveyance dated 29th September 1945.

    Fairview Deeds 017:         Foolscap page of a land charge dated 4th June 1947.

    Fairview Deeds 018:         Foolscap page of a land charge dated 5th June 1947.

    Fairview Deeds 019:         Folded sheet of a Conveyance dated 19th June 1947.

    Fairview Deeds 020:         Foolscap page of a land charge dated 18th March 1948.

    Fairview Deeds 021:         Foolscap page of a land charge dated 22nd March 1948.

    Fairview Deeds 022:         Two attached folded sheets of a "Particular, Special Conditions and Contract for Sale dated 27th March 1948.

    Fairview Deeds 023:         Foolscap page of a land charge dated 6th April 1948.

    Fairview Deeds 024:         Four foolscap attached sheets of a "Requisition on Title dated 8th April 1948.

    Fairview Deeds 025:         Single folded sheet of a Conveyance dated 12th April 1948.

    Fairview Deeds 026:         Four attached and folded sheets of an abstract of title dated June 1948.

    Fairview Deeds 027:         Three attached and folded sheets of a Deed of Gift dated 6th October 1967.

    Fairview Deeds 028:         Bundle of twenty four sheets, all copies, some double sided, of an Epitome of Title date 23rd November 1978.
    1.

    2.

    3.

    4. 5.


    6.

    7.

    8.

    9.

    10. 11.

    12.

    13.

    14.

    15.

    16.


    1. 1990 - Epitome of title 1960 - one side on one sheet
    2. 28 November 1960 - Land charge - two sides of one sheet
    3. 30 November 1960 - Conveyance - four sides on three sheets
    4. 29 March 1986 - Probate - one side on one sheet
    5. March 1986 - Memorandum - one side one sheet
      -----------------------------------------
    6. 1990 - Epitome of title 1978 - 1990 - one side on one sheet
    7. 2 November 1978 - Deed of Gift - four sides on two sheets
    8. 30 May 1980 - Probate - two sides of one sheet
    9. 30 May 1980 - Assent - three sides on two sheets
    10. 2 March 1985 - Probate - one side of one sheet
    11. 10 October 1986 - Land charge - one side of one sheet
    12. 26 September 1986 - Conveyance - four sides of two sheets
    13. 26 September 1986 - Legal charge - two sides of one sheet
    14. 19 September 1990 - Conveyance - four sides on three sheets
    15. 20 September 1990 - Land charge - one side on one sheet
    16. 30 October 1990 - Legal charge - four sides on two sheets

    Fairview Deeds 029:         Four-page copy of a Deed of Gift dated 2nd November 1978.

    *

    *[missing line:- conveyed for the purpose or repairing maintaining renewing inspecting

    Fairview Deeds 030:         Foolscap sheet with writing on both sides, copy of a Probate document dated 30th March 1979.

    Fairview Deeds 031:         Large folded sheet with writing on three sides of an assent dated 30th May 1980.

    Fairview Deeds 032:         Probate dated 2nd March 1985.

    Fairview Deeds 033:         Probate dated 25th June 1985, this is a copy of the previous document but with added information.

    Fairview Deeds 034:         Land charge document dated 12th August 1986, only the front page and plan have been published.

    Fairview Deeds 035:         Large folded sheet of a Legal charge document dated 26th September 1986.

    Fairview Deeds 036:         Booklet of a Conveyance dated 26th September 1986.

    Fairview Deeds 037:         Land charge dated 10th October 1986.

    Fairview Deeds 038:         Planning permission dated 25th March 1987.

    Fairview Deeds 039:         Letter dated 15th May 1987.

    Fairview Deeds 040:         Bundle of nine sheets, all copies, some double sided, of an Epitome of Title date 29th March 1990.
    1.

    2.

    3.

    4. 5.


    1. 1990 - Epitome of title 1990 - one side on one sheet
    2. 28 November 1960 - Land charge one sheet only published
    3. 30 November 1960 - Conveyance - four sides on three sheets
    4. 11 May 1987 - Probate - one side on one sheet
    5. March 1986 - Memorandum - one side one sheet

    Fairview Deeds 041:         booklet of a Conveyance dated 19th September 1990.

    Fairview Deeds 042:         Land charge dated 20th September 1990.

    Fairview Deeds 043:         Land Registry document dated 28th July 1995.

    Fairview Deeds 044:         Agreement dated 1st September 1995.

    Fairview Deeds 045:         Land charge dated 7th September 1995.