by Jon Malings


This simple map was appended to the Conveyance between Frank Seymour Horns and Walter George Hayward for the purpose of identification.


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Sixteen day of October One thousand
nine hundred and sixty one BETWEEN FRANK SEYMOUR HIRONS
of High Street Deddington in the County of Oxford
(hereinafter called “the Vendor”) of the one part and
WALTER GEORGE HAYWARD of Winmour Cottage Philcote Street
Deddington aforesaid (hereinafter called “the Purchaser”)
of the other part.
WHEREAS the Vendor is seised in fee simple in possession
free from incumbrances of the property hereinafter
described has agreed with the Purchaser for the sale
thereof to him for a like estate free from incumbrances
for the price of FOUR HUNDRED POUNDS.
1. in pursuance of the said agreement and in consideration
of the sum of FOUR HNDRED POUNDS paid by the Purchaser
to the Vendor (the receipt of which sum the Vendor hereby
acknowledges) the vendor as beneficial owner hereby
conveys unto he Purchaser ALL THAT messuage cottage or
tenement with the outbuildings yards and other
appurtenances to the same belonging situate and being in
Philcote Street (formerly known as Philcock Street) in
Deddington in the County of Oxford formerly occupied by
The widow of George Hopcraft and then of William
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Hopcraft which said property is now known as Winmour
Cottage Philcote Street aforesaid as is more
particularly delineated for the purpose of identification
only on the plan annexed hereto and thereon coloured with
red TO HOLD the same unto the Purchaser in fee simple:
2. It is hereby certified 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 Three thousand five hundred pounds
IN WITNESS whereof the Vendor has set his hand and seal
The day and year first before written.

by the said FRANK SEYMOUR                    [Signature]  F S Hirons
HIRONS in the presence of :--