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The Hale Collection





Indentures relating to the Hale Family of Bush Lane,
Cannon Street, London
1789-1882


Dated 10th day of December 1789

John Hale to Charles Chatfield
Counterpart of Lease of a piece of Ground on Limehouse Causey
Commencing Xlmas 1789
Years 61
Expires Xlmas 1850

DESCRIPTION:
A large one page vellum indenture dated 10th December 1789 between John Hale of Bush Lane Cannon Street in the Parish of Saint Swithin London Stone in the City of London (Citizen and Haberdasher of the said place), William Rogers of Saint Anne in the County of Middlesex (gardener) and Charles Chatfield of St. Anne (gentleman) concerning nine brick messuages built by Charles Chatfield in Limehouse Causeway.
3 seals and a revenue stamp.
Signatures and seals of John Hale, William Rogers and Charles Chatfield.
Includes a plan of the buildings.
Several witness signatures on the back.


Dated 1st day of February 1813

Thomas Hale, builder, of Bush Lane, and Edward Estall, plasterer, of Spreadeagle St, Limehouse.

DESCRIPTION:
Vellum indenture concerning a new brick built house on the west side of Spread Eagle Street, in the Manor of Stepney, London.


Dated 25th day of March 1813

Mr (Thomas) Hale to Mr. (Thomas) Brady
Counterpart Lease relating to Ground on the corner of Gun Lane and Spread Eagle Street, Limehouse Causeway.
Includes a plan of the ground.
(Commencing) Lady day 1812
(Years) 30
(Years) 30
(Expires) 1872


Dated 1st August 1816

Mr Thomas Hale to Mr John Tanner
Counterpart Lease of Premises at Limehouse
Dated Michs 1816
(Years) 26
(Years) 30
Michs 1872

DESCRIPTION:
Indenture of a counterpart lease of premise at Limehouse between several parties names of Thomas Hale of Bush Lane Cannon Street in the City of London, Builder, of the first part; Thomas Bird of Limehouse in the county of Middlesex, Distiller and Duncan Dunbar named of the second part; William Williams late of Limehouse Causeway aforesaid but now of the said county of Middlesex, Victualler of the third part; and John Tanner of James Place Hackney road in the said county of Middlesex, Gentleman, of the fourth part.


Dated 25th March 1828

Miss Jane Hale to Mr Henry Geere
Counterpart Lease of premises No. 10 Limehouse Causeway.
Commencing 25th March 1828
Term of years 21
Expires 25th March 1849
Rent 22.-


Dated 1st October 1842

Miss Hale to Edwin Walker
Counterpart Lease of a messuage or tenement called Spread Eagle Public House situate in Spread Eagle Street in the County of Middlesex
Michs 1842
Years 30
Ex Michs 1872


Dated the 4th day of October 1842

Miss Jane Hale to Mr John Tanner
Counterpart Lease of Premises in Spread Eagle Street Limehouse in the County of Middlesex
Michs 1842
Years 30
Ex Michs 1872


Dated 12th October 1849

Thomas Hale Esq to Mr William Perry
Counterpart Lease of Ground Messuage and premises in Spread Eagle Street Limehouse in the Parish of Saint Ann Limehouse in the County of Middlesex Commencing Michs 1849
Term of Years 27
Ex Michs 1876

DESCRIPTION:
Vellum Indenture dated 12th October 1849 between Thomas Hale of Aviary Hill, Eltham in the County of Kent, Esquire, on the one part; William Perry of Limehouse Causeway in the Parish of Saint Ann, Limehouse in the County of Middlesex, Baker, of the second part; and James Gaisford of Battersea in the County of Surrey Officer of His Majesty’s Excise of the third part. Pertaining to the development of a new property in Spread Eagle Street, Limehouse.


Dated 22nd December 1851

Miss Jane Hale to Messrs John Hipwell Goodgames & Jas. Shrosbery
Counterpart Lease of Messuage and Premises now known as Numbers 9 and 10 Limehouse Causeway in the Parish of Saint Anne Limehouse in the County of Middlesex.
Commencing Michs 1851
Term of Years 30
Expires Michs 1881
Rent GBP35


Dated 28th November 1861

The Misses Hale with the consent of Mrs. Pontet to Mr. John Sully Hood
Counterpart Lease of Messuages Nos. 20 and 21 on the North side of Limehouse Causeway in the Parish of St. Ann Limehouse Middlesex


Dated 28th November 1861

The Misses Hale with the consent of Mrs. Pontet to Miss Sarah Fisher
Counterpart Lease of Messuages and Premises No. 23 on the North side of Limehouse Causeway in the Parish of St. Ann, Limehouse, Middlesex

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Dated 28th November 1861

The Misses Hale with the consent of Mrs. Pontet to Mr. Frederick Cogswell
Counterpart Lease of messuages No. 12 on the east side of Spread Eagle Street and No. 25 on the north side of Limehouse Causeway with ground and sheds all in the Parish of Saint Ann Limehouse Middlesex
24 June 1861
(Years) 21
(Expires) 1882


Dated 28th November 1861

The Misses Hale with the consent of Mrs. Pontet to Mr. Frederick Cogswell
Lease of messuages No. 12 on the east side of Spread Eagle Street and No. 25 on the north side of Limehouse Causeway with ground and sheds all in the Parish of Saint Ann Limehouse Middlesex.
Endorsed
Dated 10th March 1876
Mr Frederick Cogswell to Misses Emma and Amelia Hale.


Dated 27th August 1863

Miss Hale to Messrs John and Charles Hoggart Walker
Counterpart Lease of a Messuage and Tenement called the Spread Eagle Public House situate in Spread Eagle Street Limehouse in the County of Middlesex
Michs 1863
Years 30
Ex Michs 1893


Dated 27th August 1863

See Surrender dated 1893 attached
Miss Hale to Messrs John and Charles Hoggart Walker
Lease of a Messuage and Tenement called the Spread Eagle Public House situate in Spread Eagle Street Limehouse in the County of Middlesex
A Memorial registered at One in the afternoon the twenty seventh of August 1863 B.16 No 33.
Jo Osborn
Dep. Reg.
Recorded at a General Court Baron held for the Manor of Hebenheath? otherwise Stepney the 1st day of December 1863
Robert Fell
Steward.


Dated 15th February 1866

Miss Jane Hale to Mr William Fry
Lease of Messuage or Tenement and Premises situate and being No. 12 Limehouse Causeway in the County of Middlesex.
Dated 19th July 1869
Assignment
Mr William Fry to J.P. Williams Esqr.
Dated 4th March 1871
Surrender of Lease
J.P. Williams Esqr. to Miss Jane Hale


Dated 24 December 1869

The Misses Hale with the Consent of Mrs Pontet to Mr Belshazzar Schwarar
Counterpart Lease of Messuage and premises situate and being No. 52 Limehouse Causeway in the COuntuy of Middlesex.
Michs 1869
Term 21
Ex. Michs 1890


Dated 1st November 1882

The Trustees of Miss Jane Hale to Mr Wm. J?. Gotobed
Lease of No. 68 Limehouse Causeway
Term commences 29th September 1882
For Years 21
Expires 29th September 1903


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