William Hickey charity estates: amending and enlarging the powers of an Act of 1817 [c.16] (power to grant building and repairing leases) Act 1827

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Citation1827 c. 61
ANNO SEPTIMO & OCTAVO
GEORGII IV. REGIS.
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CapM.
An Act to amend and enlarge the Powers of an
Act of the Fifty-seventh Year of His late Majesty
King
George
the Third, for enabling the Trustees
of the Charity Estates of William Rickey de-
ceased, situate at
Richmond
in the County of
Surrey, to grant Building and Repairing Leases
thereof.
[23d June 1827.]
""¥ X THEREAS
William
Hickey,
formerly of
Richmond
in the County
Will of
\j\] pf
Surrey,
Gentleman, deceased, by his last Will and Testament w-
Hickey,
f T in Writing, duly executed and attested, bearing Date on or dated31 July
about the Thirty-first Day of July in the Year of our Lord One thousand *727'
seven hundred and twenty-seven, after reciting that he was possessed of
several Copyhold Premises to him and his Heirs, according to the Custom
of the Manor of
Richmond
aforesaid, and reciting that he had surrendered
all and singular the Copyhold and Customary Lands, Tenements, Here-
ditaments, and Premises held by him of the said Manor to the Use of his
Will, the said Testator did give and dispose thereof
as
follows; (that
is
to
say),
he the said Testator gave, devised, and bequeathed unto
William
Lewis, Richard
Price,
Henry
Michell,
and
Richard
Toye,
therein respectively
named, and their Heirs, all and singular the Copyhold or Customary
Lands, Tenements, and Hereditaments whatsoever by him held of the
said Manor of
Richmond,
with their and every of their Appurtenances,
[Private.] 13 £ to

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