Counterpart lease of ground under Stationers' Company's garden to build a vault for burying the dead, with later documents : Property record 17111112-19310618.

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Book
Language
English
Description
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Compiled/​Created
17111112-19310618.
Summary note
Description: Parties: (1) Stationers' Company (2) William Whitfield, rector of St Martin Ludgate and William Southouse, gateman, and John Speed, weaver, churchwardens of St Martin Ludgate. Includes a ground plan. Folder includes several additional records: 1. letters from Edgar Hoskins to C R Rivington regarding proposed alterations to the vestry room of St Martin Ludgate and the effect on Stationers' Hall garden, 6-10 Aug 1892 [2 items]. 2. ground plan, elevation and section of Stationers' Hall and St Martin Ludgate, 26 Aug 1892. 3. elevation of the vestry room, with traced copy, undated [2 items]. 4. letter from Sydney Tatchell, architect, to R T Rivington regarding an inspection of documents on the matter of the vaults, 18 Jun 1931.
Notes
  • Please note: Some of the metadata for this document has been taken from the Stationers' Company archival catalogue.
  • AMDigital Reference: TSC/1/E/English Stock/G/02/Hall/02/14.
Original version
Reproduction of: Counterpart lease of ground under Stationers' Company's garden to build a vault for burying the dead, with later documents 12 Nov 1711 - 18 Jun 1931.
Location of originals
The Worshipful Company of Stationers and Newspaper Makers
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Description based on online resource (viewed on October 18, 2017).
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