Joseph MUNDY (1779 - 1837)

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Birthplace: Bradford-on-Avon
Death: Died
Occupation: clothier
Managed by: Daniel TAYLOR
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Michele Jurlina 18 April 2011 at 1:08 PM FROM A WEBSITE REGARDING MONKTON FARLEIGH PRIORY, THE FOLLOWING EXTRACTS OF DEEDS OF LEASE, ETC. REFER TO JOSEPH MUNDY: This Indenture made the 14thNovember 1823 between Zachariah Shrapnell Warren of Oakham in the County of Rutland Clerk… Gentleman of the second part and John Lukin of Grays Inn Square in… that for ..Estates of and in the … and all reversions and remainders thereupon expectant and expecting and…Shrapnell Warren in hand paid by the said John Lukin at or before the sealing and delivery of those present .. whereas is hereby acknowledged by the said Zachariah Shrapnell Warren hath granted bargained sold ..released conveyed and confirmed and by those present Doth grant bargain sell allow release convey and confirm unto the said John Lukin and his heirs ( in the actual possessions of the said John Lukin now being by virtue of a bargain .. sale to him thereof made by the said Zachariah Shrapnell Warren in consideration of 5 shillings by Indenture bearing date the day before the date of those present for one whole year remaining from the day next before the day of the same Indenture or Bargain and sale and by force of the statute made by transferring .. into possession All those messuages or tenements situate and being in St. Margaret's Street, Morgan's Hill and Nowheres Lane in Bradford in the said County of Wiltshire and which are now better known and distinguished as All that piece or parcel of void ground being the .. three messuages or tenements and gardens formerly in the occupation of Thomas Brown, Widow Baily and Isaac Gibbs and afterwards of William Holbrook and William Hanny. But now untenanted the tenements formerly standing thereon that having sometime fallen down and also all that messuage or tenement yard garden and appurtenants in said Saint Margaret's Street aforesaid formerly occupied by Ebenezer Brown, Apothecary and now by Joseph Mundy and also that Messuage or tenement situate in Nowhere Lane aforesaid formerly occupied by James Mead and now or late by Malachi Mead and also all that Messuage or Tenement in Morgans Hill aforesaid formerly in the occupation of … William Gerrish .. afterwards and late of same by Jane Abrahams ….. also all that messuage .. aforesaid formerly in the occupation of Thomas Paul afterwards of James Mead and now of …… mall.. and all those 3 messuages or tenements near adjoining each other on Morgans Hill aforesaid formerly in the occupation of Jane Sarah Orchard, John Holbrook and Widow Dicks and now of John Gibbs, James Green and Joanna Piles. and all the new outhouses, edifices, buildings, stables, yards, gardens, cartilages, lands ..and other rights, paths, passages, water, waterworks, rights, liberties, easements, profits, privileges, commodities, advantages, hereditaments and appurtenances whatsoever to the said messuages or tenements and hereditaments and promises hereby granted and released or intended so to be any of them respectively belonging or in any way appertaining or accepted, reputed .. to be known that .. used.. or enjoyed as part parcel or member of same or any part thereof respectively and the reversion and reversions remainders yearly and other rents issues, profits and .. of the said several Messuages or tenements land hereditaments and premises hereby granted and released and every part and parcel of the same with their and every of their rights, rights and appurtenances…..


Michele Jurlina 18 April 2011 at 1:10 PM ALSO FROM MONKTON FARLEIGH PRIORY WEBSITE, REGARDING JOSEPH MUNDY: 1837/1 1820-1936 Deeds relating to properties in Morgans Hill, Nowhere Lane and St. Margaret's Street adjoining the Particular Baptist Chapel, Bradford-on-Avon, formerly part of the Bishoprick estates of the Manor of Monkton Farleigh and Cumberwell All that piece or parcel of void ground being the site of 3 messuages formerly in the occupation of Thomas Brown, widow Baily and Haar Gibbs and afterwards of William Holbrook and William Hanny. But now untenanted the tenements formerly standing thereon having sometime fallen down and also that messuage in St. Margarets Street formerly occupied by Ebenezer Brown Apothecary, now by Joseph Mundy and also that messuage in No Whers Lane formerly occupied by Thomas Crook and also that messuage in Morgans Hill formerly in occupation of William Gerrish afterwards and of late by Jane Abrahams and that messuage in Morgans Hill in occupation of Thomas Paul afterwards of James Mead and now Nathaniel (?) Mead and also those 3 messuages adjoining each other on Morgans Hill formerly in occupation of Jane Sara Orchard, John Holbrook and Widow Dicks (?) and now of John Gibbs, Jane Green and Joanna Piles and all houses, outhouses … Zacahriah Shrapnel Warren said John Lutin as tenant.

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Joseph MUNDY's Timeline

1779
December 31, 1779
Bradford-on-Avon
1780
July 23, 1780
Bradford-on-Avon
1808
January 19, 1808
Age 28
Bradford-on-Avon
1812
1812
Age 32
1837
December, 1837
Age 57
1880
July 23, 1880
Age 58
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