Lordship and Ladyship of Stratford Langthorne West Ham London (Once held by General Robert E Lee’s Great Grandfather)

£50,000

Description

 

Comes with original Copy hold deed 1658 King Charles II

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

From Richard Lee (Great Grandfather of General Robert E Lee)

Parties are Thomas Griffith, a merchant of London, quitting his claim to properties in Stratford-Langthorne, parish of West-Ham, Essex in favour of William Simonds of Stratford. Properties include copyhold messuage occupied by Giles Greenway and the estate of the deceased Richard Lee the Elder of Virginia. Stratford-Langthorne was a fashionable place for Londoners to stay at the time. Richard Lee bought the estate in 1658 for his family to stay in, having acquired vast plantations and slaves in America. His descendants include General Robert E. Lee. Francis Lightfoot and Richard Henry Lee were both signatories to the Declaration of Independence. dimensions are 36 x 13.5cm.

What the purchaser receives?

Deed of Conveyance (transfers the title from the current owner to you the purchaser) both parties must sign the deed

Genealogical historical notes of the title from known history books and journal

Framed Certificate

Statutory Declaration (legal deed from current owner regarding provenance a claim of title

Leather Documents case

250 Personal/Business Cards showing new Title

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