(1) Hester Price of Upper Baker Street, Middlesex, spinster.
(2) William Dimery of Callow, gent.
(3) John Price of the City of Hereford, umbrella maker, and Elizabeth his wife.
(4) Ann Whibby Price of the City of Hereford, spinster.
(5) William Cox of the City of Hereford, gent
(6) John Cleave of the City of Hereford, gent.
Consideration: £120 to Hester Price: £60 to William Dimery: £160 to John Price
Property: Three undivided seventh shares in the Maidenhead Inn, together with the stables, coachhouses, warehouses, buildings and yards opposite the Inn.
Recites the Will of Edward Cox. Also recites the conveyances detailed above from CM20/19-26. Conveyance of the one seventh share acquired by (1) in 1814 that originally belonged to her sister Susannah to (5). Conveyance of two seventh shares held by (3), with the consent of (4), the original holder of one of the shares, to (5) on condition of the repayment of the capital owing on the mortgage to (2). One further condition is that (3) shall raise a fine in the Court of Common Pleas to ensure the unencumbered right of title to (5). (6) is appointed the trustee of (5).
Also includes 2 copies of the Final Concord from the Court of Common Pleas, a letter from John Price to his wife Elizabeth telling her that his sister Hester has agreed to the sale of the shares, and a letter from the solicitor’s firm of Davies, Banks & Cheese, Kington to the solicitor’s firm of Bird & Cleave, Hereford, apologising that they do not have in their possession a document that was requested, relevant to this conveyance.