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OLD DOCUMENTS

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Hazel

Hazel Report 23 Feb 2012 19:08

I HAVE A BOX OF OLD PARCEMENT DOCUMENTS WHICH INCLUDE WILLS , MORTGAGE AGREEMENTS AND LAND TRANSFERS ETC., DATING FROM THE EARLY 1800s MANY CONTAIN MANY PAGES,. BEAUTIFULLY HAND WRITTEN AND WITH SEALS, I WILL LIST THE NAMES SHORTLY, WOULD ANY BODY BE INTERESTED.

grannyfranny

grannyfranny Report 23 Feb 2012 19:10

I'm sure they will, Hazel!

jax

jax Report 23 Feb 2012 19:52

Have you tried putting the names into the search trees?

Suzanne

Suzanne Report 25 Feb 2012 22:57

list names on here,
we can all have a look then. :-)

jax

jax Report 25 Feb 2012 23:05

I suggest Hazel lists them on genealogy chat then, rather than this board

JerryH

JerryH Report 27 Feb 2012 11:46

Have you though about depositing them at your County Record Office?

I would be surprised if they were not interested.

That would at least ensure they were preserved and available for others.

SylviaInCanada

SylviaInCanada Report 27 Feb 2012 20:07

alternatively

send them to the Local Archives Centre