The Bayly Bartlett Papers

 

Reference

242

Covering dates

1590-1956

Held by

Plymouth and West Devon Record Office

Extent

12 Subfonds

Creators

Bayly, Robert fl 1818-1837, barrister of Devon; Bayly, John, fl 1818-1883, solicitor of Devon

 

Contents:

This collection of records is made up of several different groups.

It includes the records Robert Bayly (a barrister) and his son John (a solicitor), the records of a timber company, the title deeds of a widely scattered estate, and the papers of three families (Windeatt, Fox, Sleeman) connected with the Bayly's by marriage.

 

Papers of the Fox Family  242/6

242/6/1  1748

Quaker Marriage Certificate

 

 

1 Charles Peters of Falmouth, Cornwall, merchant
2 Anna Tregelles, daughter of Joseph Tregelles of Falmouth, pewterer
Witness list

 

Certificate

 

Top

 

Bottom

05 July 1748 conducted in Kea, Cornwall
Relations present were :

1st column - Ann James(-Scantlebury), Joseph Scantlebury, Walter Robins, Will Phillips, Andrew Hingston junr, John Harris (b.i.l. of Joseph Scantlebury?), Mary Hingston, Elizabeth Hingston junr, Laz. Hingston, To. Williams, Elizabeth Jennings junr

2nd column - John Lankbury(?), James Goulset(?), Martin Cornish, John Whitburn, Rich. Coad junr, Thomas Adams

3rd column - William Stephens

4th column - Charles Peter, Anna Tregelles - /Relations/ - Joseph Tregelles (Sr), Samuel Tregelles, Joseph Tregelles, junior, John Juileson(?), Edw. Jennings, Eliz. Jennings(-Tregelles), Elizabeth Debell, Dorothy Cornish, Anna Deeble (Debell - married to George Fox?), Mary Stephens, Mary Stephens junr.

 

242/6/2  1780
Marriage Articles

 

1 Joseph Fox the younger of Falmouth, Cornwall, Surgeon


2 Elizabeth Peters of Falmouth, Cornwall, spinster (daughter of the couple mentioned in 242/6/1)


3 Joseph Fox the elder, Surgeon, Samuel Tregelles, merchant, Joseph Tregelles, merchant, (both uncles of Elizabeth Peters) all of Falmouth, Cornwall and George Fox of Perran Arwothall, Cornwall, merchant (son of Edward Fox (halfbrother of Joseph Fox the elder) and Anna Were)

 

Cover

Page 1 - top

Page 2

13 March 1780
Cover reads ‘Marriage articles between Joseph Fox Junior, a surgeon and Elizabeth Peters, spinster totalling £ 2,200.0s.0d.’
(£140,000 approx. current money)
A later endorsement on the cover reads ‘The within sum of two thousand two hundred pounds appears to have been paid to Elizabeth Fox(-Peters) and by see his receipt dated 7 October 1835

Thomas Westlake 11 Oct 1835’
Trustees recorded as Joseph Fox Senior, Samuel Tregelles, Joseph Tregelles and George Fox.
 

242/6/3  1780
Quaker Marriage Certificate


1 Joseph Fox the younger of Falmouth, Cornwall, Surgeon
2 Elizabeth Peters, daughter of Charles Peters of Falmouth, merchant


Witness list, list of relations present

 

Cover

 

Certificate

15 March 1780 conducted in Falmouth, Cornwall
Cover reads ‘Quaker marriage certificate between Joseph Fox, a surgeon of Falmouth, Cornwall and Elizabeth Peters, Spinster of Falmouth, Cornwall.’

1st column - Anthony Fox, Char.. Hocker, Margaret Lugg, ??? Russell, Martha Russell, Hannah Russell, ??? Lawrence, May Godard, Mrs Steel, Eliz Blennerhasset, Thomas Pole junr, Ann Phillips, Johann Bevan

2nd column - empty

3rd column - X a strange man from Lonen

4th column - Cathr Phillips, X Richard Post, Jane Treffry, Joseph Treffry, Gid New........, Ann Hamilton, Eliz Jennings, Ann Dunsfore, Joseph Honychurch, Josiah Fox
Relations:
5th column - Elizabeth Hingston(-Steele) (2nd Wife of Joseph Fox Sr), Charlotte Fox, Joshua Fox, Ann Hingston, Richard Hingston (Father of Elizabeth+Ann+...), Josuah Tregelles junr, Lazs Hingston junr, Henry Fox, Chas Fox, Rebecca Fox junior, Elizabeth Tregelles, Mary Tregelles, Mary Hingston, Rebecca Fox(-Stevens) (Wife of John Fox), Chas P Tregelles (Catharine P.???), Joseph Scantlebury ???.
6th column - Joseph Fox, Eliz Fox, Samuel Tregelles, Joseph Tregelles, Sarah Tregelles(-Hingston) (wife of Joseph), Anna Fox(-Were) (Wife of Edward Fox), Elizabeth Fox junior (dr of previous), Nath Fox, Frank Fox, Mary Fox, Anna Tregelles Nathl Hingston, Mary Hingston(-Byrd) (wife of Nathl), John Fox, Geo Fox, Robt W Fox, Sarah Tregelles junior, Anna Fox, Anna (Cadbury?).
 

242/6/4  1824
Quitclaim under a Marriage Settlement - Transcription
1 Joseph James the younger of Esher, Surrey, gentleman, Sarah Barrett James, Hannah Waring James, and Emma James, all of Esher, spinsters (Children of Joseph James and Hannah Waring
2 Joseph Fox of Plymouth, Doctor of Physic

Property specified in part recited deeds

 

transcribed by Sally Roberts

 

Cover

 

Quitclaim

13 August 1824
Cover reads ‘Mr Joseph James Junr and his three elder sisters to Joseph Fox MD – Release of Claims under a Marriage Settlement’
This consists of a three part Indenture between Joseph James the Younger of Esher, Surrey Gentleman, Sarah Barrett James of Esher Spinster, Hannah Waring James of Esher Spinster, and Emma James of Esher, spinster in the first part.
Joseph Fox, now of Plymouth in Devon but late of Mark Lane in the city of London
Doctor of Physic, the surviving trustee in the second part.
The third part consisted of numerous individuals with the family names Richardson, Mowbray, Hughes, Gilbert and Hodgson.
This indenture relates ‘to a piece or parcel of ground with the messuage or tenement thereby erected situate lying and being on the Westside of Finsbury Place at the corner of RopeMakers Street in the parish of Saint Luke in the county of Middlesex’ (City of London).

242/6/5  1833

Assignment of Property
1 Elizabeth Fox(-Peters) of Plymouth, widow (Joseph died 1832)
2 John Allen of Liskeard, Cornwall, woolstapler (Probably s. of John Allen and Elizabeth Fox and 1st m. to Frances Fox, d. of George Fox and Frances James) and Robert Were Fox (1C1R of Joseph, probably the one b.
1789 – d. 1877 and not b. 1792 d. 1872) of Falmouth, Cornwall, merchant
Household goods and furniture and a debt of £2200

 

   

242/6/6  1833

Will of Mrs Elizabeth Fox(-Peters) (Probate in my possession)

 

   

242/6/7  1834 :
Assignment of Property
1 Elizabeth Fox(-Peters) of Plymouth, widow
2 John Allen of Liskeard, Cornwall, woolstapler (Probably s. of John Allen and Elizabeth Fox and 1st m. to Frances Fox, d. of George Fox and Frances James) and Robert Were Fox (1C1R of  Joseph, probably the one b.
1789 – d. 1877 and not b. 1792 d. 1872) of Falmouth, Cornwall, merchant
3 Robert Lovell Gwatkin of Plymouth, esquire and John Symonds of Falmouth, esquire
Household goods and furniture and a debt of £2200

 

   

242/6/8  1832-1840

Bundle of Vouchers
Schedules of debt, accounts, probate costs, etc, under the estate of the late Dr Joseph Fox

 

   

242/6/9  1831-1839

Bundle of Vouchers, as above

 

   

242/6/10  1849-1863

Bundle of Correspondence & Accounts John Bayly

 

   

242/6/11  1854

Memoranda & Valuations of Dr Fox's Property for Probate duty

 

   

242/6/12  1822-1862

Bundle of Estate Papers
Draft/copy abstracts of title; analysis of Dr Fox's will; probate inventories; probate costs; residuary accounts; legacy receipts; accounts; sales particulars for Finsbury property; settled accounts; papers regarding Great Wood

See letter Sally Roberts Oct 3 and November 5, 2006

 

   

242/6/13  1830

Draft Will of Joseph Fox of Plymouth, MD

 

   

242/6/14  1830

Draft Marriage Settlement
1 Joseph Fox of Plymouth, esquire, MD
2 Philip Sleeman of Pinlico [sic], Middlesex, gentleman
3 Emily Fox of Plymouth, spinster
4 The Reverend Samuel John Peter Trist of Feryan, Cornwall, clerk, and William Mansell Tweedy of Truro, Cornwall, banker
Lands called Great Wood or Restrongett Great Wood, and Uptons tenement in Mylor, and a dwellinghouse in Falmouth

 

   

242/6/15  1832

Probate of the Will of Joseph Fox, MD (In my possession)

 

   

242/6/16  1833

Appointment of New Trustees & Assignment of Trust Estate
1 John Mills Carkeet of Falmouth (his daughter will marry Charles James Fox II in 1854), Cornwall, merchant, and John Eliott of Liskeard, Cornwall, grocer (Probably married to Mary Allen, d. of John Allen and Elizabeth Fox)
2 Charles Prideaux of Plymouth, banker (probably son of George Prideaux and Anna Debell Cookworthy and brother of Rachel married to Robert Were Fox)
3 Joseph Kingston of Plymouth, banker
Leasehold lands, messuages and debts forming the Trust Estate of Dr Joseph Fox
Endorsement: Re-Assignment of Trust Estate dated 1833

 

   

242/6/17  1836

Release
1 The Reverend Samuel John Peter Trist of Veryan, Cornwall, clerk, and William Mansell Tweedy of Truro, Cornwall, banker
2 John Mills Carkeet of Falmouth, Cornwall, merchant, (his daughter will marry Charles James Fox II in 1854) and John Eliott of Liskeard, Cornwall, grocer (Probably married to Mary Allen, d. of John Allen and Elizabeth Fox)
Payment of £800 trust monies under the Marriage Settlement of Philip Sleeman & Emily Fox

 

   

242/6/18  1840

Assignment of Trust Estate
1 Charles Prideaux of Plymouth, banker
2 John Mills Carkeet of Falmouth, Cornwall, merchant and John Eliott of Liskeard, Cornwall, grocer
Messuages known as Nos 18 & 16 South Street and No 1 South Place, Finsbury held in trust

 

   

242/6/19  1848

Release
1 John Christophers of Southampton, esquire and John Penberthy Magor, of Penventon, Redruth, Cornwall, esquire
2 Mary James Mitchell of the City of London, widow
3 Robert Were Fox of Falmouth, Cornwall, esquire and Alfred Fox of Falmouth, esquire (brothers, 2nd cousins of Mary James Mitchell and Emily Sleeman)
4 Philip Sleeman of Reading, Berkshire, gentleman and Emily Sleeman, his wife, formerly Emily Fox
Payment of £600 trust monies under the will of Dr Joseph Fox.

 

   

242/6/20  1851

Draft Indemnity
1 Philip Sleeman of Plymouth, esquire and Emily his wife
2 John Mills Carkeet of Plymouth, merchant, and Charles Prideaux of Plymouth, banker
Trust monies bequeathed to 1b) under the Will of Joseph Fox.

 

   

242/6/21  1832-1846

Bundle Papers
Codicil to the will of Mrs Elizabeth Fox
Accounts, including those of the executors of Dr & Mrs Fox and the Trustees of Mrs Fox's estate
Legal papers, including Probate documents

 

   

242/6/22  1833

Draft Assignment of Property
1 Elizabeth Fox of Plymouth, widow
2 John Allen of Liskeard, Cornwall, woolstapler and Robert Were Fox of Falmouth, Cornwall, merchant
Household goods & furniture and a debt of £2200 owing to (1)

 

   

242/6/23  1833/4?

Draft Assignment of Property & Declaration of Trusts
1 Elizabeth Fox(-Peters) of Plymouth, widow
2 John Allen of Liskeard, Cornwall, woolstapler and Robert Were Fox of Falmouth, Cornwall, merchant
3 Robert Lovell Gwatkin of Plymouth, esquire, and John Symonds of Stratton (Place?) in Cornwall, esquire
Household goods & furniture and a debt of £2200

 

   

242/6/24  1834

Draft Will of Mrs Elizabeth Fox of Plymouth, widow

 

   

242/6/25  1834-1840

Bundle Accounts under Mrs Fox's estate

 

   

242/6/26  1834-1841

Bundle Sales & Purchases

 

   

242/6/27  1840

Probate of the Will of Mrs Elizabeth Fox(-Peters) (In my possession)

 

   

242/6/28  1852

Release of Legacy
1 Mary James Mitchell(-Fox) of Stoke Prior, Worcestershire, widow
2 John Symonds of Falmouth, Cornwall, esquire
Payment of £350, the remainder of a legacy under the will of Mrs Elizabeth Fox
Enclosures: correspondence

 

   

242/6/29  1862

Appointment of New Trustees & Conveyance and Assignment of Freehold & Leasehold Property
1 Emily Sleeman, wife of Philip Sleeman of Torquay, esquire
2 John Symonds of Falmouth, Cornwall, esquire
3 John Eliott of Liskeard, Cornwall, banker, and Robert Bayly of Plymouth, gentleman
Trust monies and premises amounting to oe3130 invested in various mortgage securities
Freehold properties:

dwellinghouses in Princess Street & Higher Princess Street, Plymouth;

field called Greena Park in Buckland Monachorum;

dwellinghouses in Lower Street, Whitecross Street & Exeter Street, Plymouth;

dwellinghouse, barn orchard & garden in Holbeton Town;

dwellinghouses in Prospect Street & Mount Street, Plymouth
Leasehold properties:

dwellinghouse in John Street, Plymouth;

dwellinghouses in Elburton
Household goods & furniture formerly belonging to Elizabeth Fox

 

   

Leases associated with Great Wood, Mylor (synopsis of each Lease).

242/6/30  1786

Lease for 99 years or three lives
1 Sir William Lemon of Carclew, Cornwall, Baronet (Member of Parliament for Penryn 1770–1774 and Cornwall 1774–1824)
2 John Tresidder of Milor [sic], Cornwall, gentleman (OPC database)
Lands known as the Great Wood, or Restrongett Great Wood, lately Upton's Tenement in Milor, part of the Manor of Restrongett
Herriot indicated

 

 
 

242/6/31  1789

Lease for 99 years or three lives
1 Sir William Lemon of Carclew, Cornwall, Baronet (Member of Parliament for Penryn 1770–1774 and Cornwall 1774–1824)
2 John Tresidder of Flushing, Milor, Cornwall, gentleman (OPC database)
Lands known as Great-Wood, or Restrongett-Great-Wood, lately Upton's Tenement in Milor, part of the Manor of Restrongett
Herriot indicated

 

  30 December 1789
 

242/6/32  1802

Lease for Lives
1 John Tresidder of Mylor, Cornwall, gentleman
2 Joseph Fox of the City of London, Doctor of Medicine
Dwellinghouse known as Great Wood House with Appurtenances. Fields known as James's Meadow, Turnip Field, Long Meadow, the Croft on Furze Brake and the Garden Meadow (boundaries given)

 

  June 1802
Yearly Rent £50:00
Joseph seemed to have first taken a lease of Great Wood 25 June 1802. This seems to be a sublease from John Tressidor of Mylor who had a 99 year lease from Sir William Lemon, Baronet of Carclew Cornwall, who owned the entire manor of Restrongett. Joseph was leasing Great Wood with appurtences and meadows around it.

242/6/33  1802

Lease for 99 years or three lives
1 Sir William Lemon of Carclew, Cornwall, Baronet
2 John Tresidder of Milor, Cornwall, gentleman
Land known as Great-Wood, or Restrongett-Great-Wood, lately Upton's Tenement in Milor, part of the Manor of Restrongett
Herriot indicated

 

  10 July 1802
In July 1802 John Tresidder leased “land known as Great Wood or Restrongett Great Wood, lately Upton’s Tenement in Mylor, part of the Manor of Restrongett”.
Joseph’s Reversionary Lease of March 1821 added the Upton Tenement land to his original lease and rewrites the Lease to include his daughter Emily Upon Trust to receive the yearly rents upon Joseph’s and Elizabeth’s demise.
 

242/6/34  1810

Mortgage in £700
1 John Tresidder of Mylor, Cornwall, gentleman
2 Matthew Moyle of Chacewater, Cornwall, gentleman
Lands known as Great Wood, or Restrongett Great Wood, lately Upton's Tenement in Mylor, part of the Manor of Restrongett

 

  23 July 1810
Assignment by way of mortgage of lands
 

242/6/35  1821

Reversionary Lease for 99 years or three lives
1 Sir William Lemon of Cerclew, Cornwall, Baronet
2 Joseph Fox of Wood Cottage, Mylor, Cornwall, Doctor of Physic
Lands known as Great Wood, or Restrongett Great Wood, lately Upton's Tenement in Mylor, part of the Manor of Restrongett
Herriot indicated

 

 

31 March 1821
Manor of Restrongett
Sir William Lemon, Bar't
to Reversionary Lease of Great Wood in the parish of Mylor
Joseph Fox DM
Life: Emily Fox aged 29 years
In Reversion of Rd Tresidder PM Tresidder
Consideration £400

“ The Reversionary Counterpart Lease of Great Wood in the Parish of Mylor 31 March 1821.”
Unfortunately this document is huge. It was copied onto extra large sheets of paper, which have to be taped together.

It seems to have been written just before the marriage of Emily Fox.
 

242/6/36  1821

Assignment of Mortgage in £1290
1 Richard Tresidder of the Port of London, Customs Officer
2 Cornelius Cardew of St Erme, Cornwall, Doctor in Divinity
3 John Wiliams Chilcott of Kenwyn, Cornwall, gentleman
4 Joseph Fox of Wood Cottage, Mylor, esquire
Lands known as Great Wood, or Restrongett Great Wood, lately Upton's Tenement in Mylor, part of the Manor of Restrongett

 

  31 July 1821
 

242/6/37  1822

Copy Deed of Settlement of Great Wood Farm, Mylor
1 Joseph Fox of Wood Cottage, Mylor, esquire, Doctor in Physic
2 Robert Were Fox of Falmouth, Cornwall, esquire, and Alfred Fox of Falmouth, esquire
Messuages & lands known as Great Wood or Restrongett Great Wood, late Upton's Tenement in Mylor, part of the Manor of Restrongett, upon trusts

 

  30 May 1822
This deed was drawn by William Richards of Penryn Attorney at Law

242/6/38  1831

Lease for 14 years
1 Joseph Fox of Plymouth, esquire
2 William Carne of Mylor, Cornwall, gentleman
Dwellinghouse with appurtenances known as Wood Cottage, part of Great Wood, Mylor

 

  5 January 1831

242/6/39  1845

Plan of Wood Cottage & Great Wood, Mylor

 

Plan of Wood Cottage demised to Simpson Esq by Mrs Sleemans Trustees

242/6/40  1849

Counterpart Lease for 21 years
1 Robert Were Fox of Falmouth, Cornwall, esquire, and Alfred Fox of the same place, esquire
2 Philip Sleeman of Plymouth, esquire, and Emily his wife
3 John Rowe of Mylor, Cornwall, yeoman
Messuages called Great Wood and Wood Cottage in Mylor with appurtenances (acreage given)

 
  20 September 1849

Term 21 years Rent £50 Determinable at 7 or 14 years

242/6/41  1849

Counterpart Lease for 21 years
1 Robert Were Fox of Falmouth, Cornwall, esquire, and Alfred Fox of the same place, esquire
2 Philip Sleeman of Plymouth, esquire and Emily his wife
3 John Rowe of Mylor, Cornwall, yeoman
4 Benjamin Sampson of Feock, Cornwall, esquire
Messuage called Wood Cottage with appurtenances in Mylor

 
  20 September 1849

Determinable by lessee at 7 or 14 years

Deeds of Property in Finsbury, London

242/6/42  1795

Articles of Agreement & Assignment of Lease for 61 years
1 Anthony Morland of Hackney, Middlesex, Builder
2 Joseph Fox of the City of London, Doctor in Physic House in South Street near Finsbury Square Building requirements given

 
  242/6/42 - 242/6/45

 

all deal with Joseph’s properties in Finsbury London,

 

when they were being sold by Joseph’s executors,

 

after the death of Elizabeth in 1839.


They give descriptions of the properties and the sale prices
 

242/6/43  1840

Counterpart Assignment of Lease for 59 years
1 John Mills Carkeet of Falmouth, Cornwall, Merchant, and John Eliott of Liskeard, Cornwall, Grocer
2 Demetrio Nicolo Tamvaco of Finsbury, Merchant
Parcel of ground with premises known as No 18 South Street, Finsbury

 

242/6/44  1840

Assignment of Leases
1 John Mills Carkeet of Falmouth, Cornwall, Merchant, and John Eliott of Liskeard, Cornwall, Grocer
2 John Gifford of the City of London, Drug Broker
Parcel of ground with messuage known as No 1 South Street, Finsbury

 

242/6/45  1841

Counterpart Assignment of Lease
1 John Mills Carkeet of Falmouth, Cornwall, Merchant, and John Eliott of Liskeard, Cornwall, Grocer
2 Hananel de Leon of Finsbury Place, Middlesex, Doctor of Physic
Parcels of land and messuages known as Nos 15 & 16 South Street, Finsbury

 

242/6/46  1822-1838

Account of Dr Joseph Fox
Kingston & Prideaux
Two vols

 
  46 a – dated 1822
Cover reads ‘Dr Joseph Fox Trustees, 1822 (Spanish)’
The term Spanish seems to refer to Spanish bonds.
This covers the period from 1834 to 1837, with repeated references to the name Sluman.

46 b – dated 1831
Cover reads ‘Mr. Fox’s Banking Account from 1831 The Plymouth & Devonport Banking Company’
This covers the period from 1831 to 1838. From 1834 the entries relate to ‘Mrs Elizabeth Fox in account with The Devon and Cornwall Banking Co’.
 

242/6/47  1826-1840

Account of Dr Joseph Fox
Praed, Rogers, Tweedy & Williams

 
  dated 1826
Cover reads ‘Dr Joseph Fox in account with Praed, Rogers, Tweedy and Williams.’
This covers the period from 1826 to 1829. Also, inside the last page is an entry dated 25 March 1816 which records the names Elizabeth J aged 22 years (1794), Joseph J aged 26 years (1790), and John J aged 20 years (1796).
(Mary J Fox-1796, Sophia J Fox-1798, Charles J Fox-1799)

242/6/48  1838-1839

Account of Mrs Elizabeth Fox
Devon & Cornwall Banking Company

 

   

242/6/49  1838-1843

Account of Messrs Gwatkin & Symonds (Trustees of Mrs Elizabeth Fox)
Devon & Cornwall Banking Company

 

   

242/6/50  1832-1861

Composite Account Book
Dr & Mrs Fox's Estates & Trustees in account with various others

 

   

Sleeman Family Papers  242/7

Philip Sleeman was a Commander for Commander for Falmouth Packet until his marriage in 1830 with Emily Fox
From that moment they lived from her money
They made a grand tour through France and Italy from 1844-1849 because of her health

242/7/1  1866-1873

Bundle of documents re: Philip Sleeman's estate
Draft will, will, accounts, bill of costs to time of death

 
   

242/7/2  1833-1855

Will of Mrs Sleeman (in my posession) and supporting probate documents & estate papers, including codicils

 
   

242/7/3  1833

Draft Will of Mrs Sleeman

 
   

242/7/4  1833

Copy Lease for 21 years
1 Robert Were Fox of Falmouth, Cornwall, esquire, and Alfred Fox of Falmouth, esquire
2 John Rowe of Mylor, Cornwall, butcher
Premises known as Great Wood and Wood Cottage in Mylor

 
   

242/7/5  1836

Draft Release
1 The Reverend Samuel John Peter Trist of Veryan, Cornwall, clerk, and William Mansell Tweedy of Truro, Cornwall, banker
2 John Mills Carkeet of Falmouth, Cornwall, merchant, and John Eliott of Liskeard, Cornwall, grocer
Payment of £800 trust monies under the Marriage Settlemen of Philip Sleeman & Emily Fox

 
   

242/7/6  1843

Codicil to the Will of Mrs Sleeman

 
   

242/7/7  1849-1888

Bundle of documents re: Emily Sleeman's estate
Analysis of will, analysis of deed of gift, correspondence, sale poster, abstract of Marriage Settlement of Philip Sleeman & Emily Fox, abstract of appointment of new trustees, bill of costs to time of death, oath to lead limited probate

 
   

242/7/8  1849

Copy Draft Articles of Agreement of Lease for 10 years
1 Nathaniel Jonas Easton of Plymouth, gentleman
2 Philip Sleeman of Plymouth, esquire
For letting two rooms in a house in Finewell Street, Plymouth

 
   

242/7/9  1855

Draft Codicil to the Will of Mrs Emily Sleeman

 
   

242/7/10  1861

Draft Appointment of New Trustees & Assignment of Trust Estate and Effects
1 Emily Sleeman, wife of Philip Sleeman of Torquay, esquire
2 The Reverend Samuel John Peter Trist of Veryan, Cornwall, clerk
3 The said Samuel J P Trist and Robert Tweedy of Truro, Cornwall, banker
Lands called Great Wood, or Restrongett Great Wood, or Upton's Tenement, Mylor
Dwellinghouse in Falmouth

 
   

242/7/11  1862

Draft Appointment of New Trustees and Assignment of Property
1 Emily Sleeman, wife of Philip Sleeman of Torquay, esquire
2 John Symonds of Falmouth, Cornwall, esquire
3 John Eliott of Liskeard, Cornwall, banker and Robert Bayly of Plymouth, gentleman
Certain freehold & leasehold property, household goods & furniture

 
   

242/7/12  1862

Draft Transfer of Mortgage in £150
1 John Eliott of Liskeard, Cornwall, banker and Robert Bayly of Plymouth, gentleman
2 John Bayly of Plymouth, esquire
Field called Greena Park, Buckland Monachorum & Tithes

 
   

242/7/13  1871

Bundle Draft Notices to Pay Mortgage
Messrs Elliot & Bayly to :
Mr Henry Williams on hereditaments at Elburton
Mr Richard Ford on hereditaments at Holbeton
Mr Thomas Brooking on hereditaments in Higher Princess Street, Plymouth
Mr James May on hereditaments in Prospect & Mount Streets, Plymouth
Mr Andrew White on hereditaments in Princess Street, Plymouth
Mr William Southwood on hereditaments in Lower Street, Old Tree Slip, Whitecross Street & Exeter Street, Plymouth

 
   

242/7/14  1871

Draft Conveyance in Fee
1 John Eliott of Liskeard, Cornwall, banker, and Robert Bayly of Plymouth, gentleman
2 William Bennett of Launceston, Cornwall, tanner
Parcel of land with dwellinghouse known as No 5 Mount Street

 
   

242/7/15  1871

Bundle Draft Abstracts of Title of Messrs Elliot & Bayly to: The Butts and two messuages at Elburton Dwellinghouses in Lower Street, Plymouth No 5 Mount Street, Plymouth

 
  242/7/27
Draft Assignment of Lease for 99 years 1828
Between Lord John Wodehouse, Baron Wodehouse of Kimberley Norfolk who seemed to be the property owner and Joseph Fox and Emily Fox for the “Dwelling House and appurtenances known as No 1 the Bank, Falmouth”. This may have been a Reversionary Lease too.
 
242/7/16  1871
Draft Bill for Sale by Auction Hereditaments in Plymouth, Elburton & Holbeton
 
   

242/7/16  1871

Draft Bill for Sale by Auction Hereditaments in Plymouth, Elburton & Holbeton

 
   

242/7/17  1871

Draft Conditions of Auction Sleeman's Trust, property in Elburton, Holbeton & Plymouth

 
   

242/7/18  1871

Conditions of Auction Sleeman's Trust, property in Plymouth, Elburton & Holbeton

 
   

242/7/19  1872

Draft Assignment of Lease for 1000 years
1 John Eliott of Liskeard, Cornwall, banker, and Robert Bayly of Plymouth, gentleman
2 William Edwards of Staddiscombe, Plymstock, yeoman Land in Elburton known as The Butts with two dwellinghouses and appurtenances

 

   

242/7/20  1871

Sale Poster for Properties in Plymouth, Elburton & Holbeton

 

   

242/7/21  1872

Draft Conveyance
1 John Eliott of Liskeard, Cornwall, banker, and Robert Bayly of Plymouth, gentleman
2 John Bayly of Plymouth, merchant Freehold: No 15 Windsor Place, Plymouth, No 4 Windsor Place, dwellinghouse in Holbeton and field, part of the Manor of Battisborough, and Nos 11 & 12 Prospect Street
Leasehold: No 20 John Street, Plymouth

 

   

242/7/22  1871-1872

Bundle Papers regarding above properties

 

   

242/7/23  1833-1853

Cash Book
Accounts of George Sleeman, Philip Sleeman, Thomas Sleeman, James Sleeman, Nathaniel Spry Sleeman, Mrs Mary Furse, Major W H Sleeman, John Sleeman, John Bayly

 

   

242/7/24  1843-1853

Account Book
The Trustees of the late Captain George Sleeman, Thomas Sleeman, Philip Sleeman

 

   

242/7/25  1839

Copy Extract from Letter
George Sleeman to Philip Sleeman regarding his Will

 

   

242/7/26  1843-1853

Bundle of Accounts, Receipts & Letters
Including letters from the War Office regarding payment of money from George Sleeman's effects

 

   

242/7/27  1828

Draft Assignment of Lease for 99 years
1 The Right Honorable
John Wodehouse, Baron Wodehouse of Kimberley Norfolk
2 Joseph Fox of Plymouth, Doctor of Physic
3 Emily Fox of Plymouth, Spinster
Dwellinghouse and appurtenances (extent & boundaries given) known as No 1 The Bank, Falmouth

 

 

 

242/7/28  1870

Draft Conditions of Sale by Auction
Leasehold dwellinghouse, No 1 The Bank, Falmouth

 

   

242/7/29  1870

Draft Conditions of Sale by Auction
Leasehold dwellinghouse, No 1 The Bank, Falmouth
Enclosure: correspondence

 

   

242/7/30  1870

Draft Assignment of Lease for 99 years
1 Charles James Fox of the City of London, Doctor of Medicine
2 Jacob Olver and Thomas Rickard Olver both of Falmouth, Cornwall, merchants
Dwellinghouse known as No 1 The Bank, Falmouth

 

  Draft Assignment of Lease for 99 years of No 1 the Bank Falmouth
Charles James Fox doctor of medecine was settling the estate of Emily James Sleeman after the death of her husband Philip Sleeman.
The will of Emily Sleeman deals with her estate which she left to her husband in Trust until his death, when Joseph’s other children received their shares of his estate.
 

242/7/31  1870

Draft Assignment of Lease for 99 years
1 The Reverend Robert Morris of Friern Barnet, Middlesex, Clerk, The Reverend George Haden of Tiverton, Clerk, and Edward Trewbody Carlyon of Truro, Cornwall
2 Charles James Fox of the City of London, Doctor of Medicine
Dwellinghouse known as No 1 The Bank, Falmouth
Enclosures: correspondence regarding the above property

 

   

242/7/32  1870

Draft Assignment of Lease for 99 years
1 Charles James Fox of the City of London, Doctor of Medicine
2 Jacob Olver and Thomas Rickard Olver both of Falmouth, Cornwall, merchants
Dwellinghouse known as No 1 The Bank, Falmouth
Enclosure: Copy Draft Assignment

 

   

242/7/33  1870

Sale Poster for No 1 The Bank, Falmouth

 

   

242/7/34  1834

Lease for 10 years
1 Philip Sleeman of Plymouth, esquire
2 Charles Markes of Plymouth, gentleman
Dwellinghouse with courtlage & appurtenances known as No 22 Bilbury Street in the Manor of Sutton Prior (boundaries given)

 

   

242/7/35  1834-1870

Bundle of Documents relating to No 20 Bilbury Street
Analysis of abstract of title; agreement to pay additional rent; rent accounts/receipts; sales posters; conditions of sale

 

   

242/7/36  1849

Sale Poster for No 22 Bilbury Street

 

   

242/7/37  1836-1862

Investments Record
Mr & Mrs Philip Sleeman's property

 

   

242/7/38  1851-1862

Bundle Investments Papers
Rents & interest due on Mr & Mrs Philip Sleeman's property

 

   

242/7/39  1866-1873

Bundle Papers
Accounts, correspondence, bills, receipts
Mr & Mrs Philip Sleeman's estate, including Great Wood, Mylor

 

   

242/7/40  19th cent

Bundle Papers
Mainly Emily Sleeman's Estate & Trust
Will, accounts, receipts, draft deeds, analysis of marriage settlement, etc

 

   

242/7/41  1835-1857

Bundle Accounts & Receipts
Insurance policies

 

   

242/7/42  1873-1893

Bundle of Cost Estimates & Tenders
Supply of railway timber by the Plymouth & Oreston Timber Co to the GWR

 

   

242/7/43  1823-1843

Bundle Business Letters
Bills, receipts, annuity certificates, etc

 

   

242/7/44  1832-1866

Bundle of Letters & Property Documents
Dr Fox's estate

 

   

242/7/45  1832-1888

Bundle of Papers
Great Woods (Mylor)
Will of Elizabeth Fox and correspondence re: estate Labour agreement & prices for sleepers & longitudinals supplied to GWR

 

   

242/7/46  1833-1862

Bundle of Letters to John Bayly

 

   

242/7/47  1833-1890

Bundle of Letters & Papers
Sophia Fox; accounts; bill for sale of Cornwall Sailors' Home; trustees of Mrs Sleeman's estate

 

   

242/7/48  1839-1874

Bundle of Letters & Receipts
Elizabeth & Rachel Tregelles to John Bayly

 

   

242/7/49  1841-1861

Bundle of Letters & Bills

 

   

242/7/50  1844-1864

Bundle Philip Sleeman's Estate Correspondence

 

   

242/7/51  1846-1859

Bundle of Letters

 

   

242/7/52  1846-1869

Bundle of Correspondence & Leases
Cornwall Sailors' Home and No 1 The Bank Falmouth

 

   

242/7/53  1847-1859

Bundle of Letters & Accounts

 

   

242/7/54  1848-1857

Bundle of Correspondence & Deeds
Mr Southwood's papers

 

   

242/7/55  1849-1860

Bundle of Indian Letters & Accounts

 

   

242/7/56  1849-1853

Bundle Correspondence re: B Todd's Account with Philip Sleeman

 

   

242/7/57  1849-1861

Bundle of Letters & Receipts

 

   

242/7/58  1853-1864

Bundle of Letters & Receipts

 

   

242/7/59  1853-1883

Bundle of Letters
Mainly from Dr Hope

 

   

242/7/60  1854-1858

Bundle of Indian & Legal Letters

 

   

242/7/61  1855-1859

Bundle of Letters

 

   

242/7/62  1856-1859

Bundle of Letters from C W Blake

 

   

242/7/63  1858-1859

Bundle of Letters from Gould R Weston

 

   

242/7/64  1858-1883

Bundle of Letters

 

   

242/7/65  1859-1863

Bundle of Letters

 

   

242/7/66  1861-1862

Bundle of Letters

 

   

242/7/67  1834-1863

Bundle of Letters & Accounts

 

   

242/7/68  1860-1872

Bundle of Letters to Philip Sleeman

 

   

242/7/69  1866-1872

Bundle of Letters
Elizabeth Tregelles; Eliza Dreaton; Sophia J Fox; Great Wood estate

 

   

242/7/70  c1850

List of Nations, Countries, Islands & Cities visited by Philip Sleeman, and of Islands seen but not visited, also list of aneroid barometric observations taken around Plymouth

 

   

242/7/71  1829 - 85  1862

Miscellaneous Deeds

   

242/7/78  1837

Draft Assignment of Mortgage in £150
1 Henry Williams of Chittleburn, Brixton, yeoman
2 Jane Taylor of Plymstock, widow
3 Elizabeth Fox of Plymouth, widow
Waste land in Elburton called The Bulls, and two dwellinghouses with appurtenances

 

   

242/7/85  1862

Copy Appointment of New Trustee
1 Edward Jones of Torquay, Major in HM Royal Marines
2 John Reynolds Gwatkin of Semmington, Wilts, esquire
3 Philip Sleeman of Torquay, esquire
Trusts established under marriage settlement
Enclosures: Copy Settlement on the marriage of Edward Jones & Harriet Gwatkin, 1839
Two letters from G Carlyon to P Sleeman, 1866

 

   
     

Information supplied by

Brian S Barham, HN cert. Genealogy,
4 Yelverton Terrace, Tavistock,

Devon PL19 0HS.
 

   
Information supplied by

Sally Roberts

 

   

 

 

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