Attested copy conveyance of life interest (attested 19 Aug 1853) 1) John Frederick Foster of Sale Priory, near Manchester, Lancashire, esq 2) Rev Charles Henry Barham of Barming, Kent, clerk 3) Thomas Miles of Raymond Buildings, Grays Inn, Middlesex, gent. Estates and plantations called Elm Waterford Lancaster and Two Mile Wood in parish of St Elizabeth, Jamaica, and compensation monies awarded in respect of slaves; all property in Great Britain devised by will of Thomas Foster, esq, late of Egham.
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- SHC Ref No: 211/2/2
- Repository: Surrey History Centre, Woking
- Date: 29 Oct 1847
- Format: Archives
- Level: Item
- Access Status: Open.
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