Photocopy of enrolled copy of conveyance between Mary Phoebe Palmer, Trustees, and Vicar of new parish of Langley
- Reference Number: M4/4
- Date: 1899
- Level: Item
- Extent: 20 pages
- Creator: Oldbury Miscellanea
- Description: Photocopy of enrolled copy, 15 December, of conveyance, 15 November, between (i) Mary Phoebe Palmer of South Abbotsfield, Great Malvern, Worcestershire, spinster, (ii) trustees (named) of Worcester Diocesan Trust Deed 1895; (iii) vicar of new parish of Langley, churchwardens of Good Shepherd Church, Langley, Joseph Slim of Bloxcidge Street, Langley and John Ockey Amphlett of Langley (Administrative Trustees). Land in Langley contains 1,345 square yards adjacent Radnall Fields Brickworks to North Churchbridge Road to East, land formerly belonging to (i) and recently sold to Joseph Matthews to South and West. Conveyed for purpose of playground or school under School Sites Acts 1841 and 1844, to be run according to principles of Incorporated National Society of Promoting the Education of the Poor in the Principles of the Established Church. Contains details of school to be run and plan (scale 2 chains to 1 inch) 2 copies (10 pages each)
- Terms:Church of England schools
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- Access Status: Open
- Condition: 2 copies: each with 10 pages.
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