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Holmes, Campbell & Co Manuscripts
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Holmes, Campbell and Company, solicitors
FILE - Settlement on the intended marriage of Francis Neale and Mary Sharp - ref. Holmes, Campbell & Co/41,42 - date: 4 Nov 1858
[from Scope and Content] Endorsed, 7 June 1878, with appointment of Hugh Penfold, jnr., of Birdham farmer, as trustee in the stead of the late George Sharp, dec'd., and 19 May 1886, with appointment of Francis John Neale of Lidsey Lodge, Bognor (a son of Francis and Mary Neale) as trustee in the stead of the late Samuel Sharp, dec'd.
RELEASES TO EXECUTORS OR TRUSTEES
Release, and other documents, following the settlement and will of Hugh Penfold
FILE - Release and indemnity - ref. Holmes, Campbell & Co/389 - date: 14 Dec 1861
[from Scope and Content] From Jane Penfold, snr., of Worthing, widow and relict of Hugh Penfold, late of Annington in Botolphs, esq., dec'd., her surviving children, and others, to John Penfold; formerly of Beeding, but now of Brighton, gent., and William Pennington Gorringe of Kingston Buci, gent., trustees of a settlement, 4 May 1815, and Thomas Boniface of Arundel, gent., and James Penfold of Lancing, gent., exors. and trustees of will, 3 Jan. 1850, of Hugh Penfold.
Documents relating to Angmering School
FILE - Attested copy (w.m. 1843) of conveyance (bargain and sale) - ref. Holmes, Campbell & Co/525 - date: 3 March 1681/2
[from Scope and Content] From John Stone of East Angmering, mercer, to Humphrey Gratwicke of West Angmering, gent., Thomas Olliver of East Angmering, yeo., and Hugh Penfold, late of East Angmering, but now of Sompting, yeo., in consideration of £11.
Deeds of the estates of the Gratwickes of Ham
FILE - Agreement - ref. Holmes, Campbell & Co/1010 - date: 6 May 1634
[from Scope and Content] Witnesses: Thomas Waterfeilde, Hugh Penfold, Edward Ludgator, John Adams, Thomas Kington.
FILE - Feoffment - ref. Holmes, Campbell & Co/1108 - date: 24 September 1701
[from Scope and Content] (a) Hugh Penfold of Sompting, gent., son & heir of Oliver Penfold, late of East Angmering, gent., decd. John Penfold & Hugh Penfold, sons of the said Hugh Penfold by Mary his late wife, formerly Mary Woolger.