File 2 - 33 New Square

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33 New Square


  • 15th April 1896 - 27th February 1897 (Creation)

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Letters between Hugh Shield (Bursar), Richard Reynolds Rowe, the Misses Reynolds and Thomas Askham about the terms of an agreement for the Misses Reynolds to let to Mr Askham. Including rent, who was responsible for repairs, permission for Mr Askham to build three shops on the land and keep the income, the best way for the Misses Reynolds to repay their £300 mortgage, proposals for an annuity and the need for the Misses Reynolds to include their elderly brother in the annuity

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Originally in a Box labelled "Cambridge Barnwell 10. New Square (Gravel Close) 1824-1900"
In a folder entitled "1896-1897 New Square. Assignment of lease of Nos. 33 & 34 Reynolds to Askham"


Matilda Martha Annie Reynolds - spinster
Maria Charlotte Reynolds - spinster
Thomas Askham - coach builder

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