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An indenture is a legal contract that reflects a debt or purchase obligation. This collection includes four 19th century English indentures, regarding the settlement of their husbands' wills by their widows. The indentures include the names of the husbands and wives, and the names of witnesses who attest to the existence of the marriages. The contracts are dated from 1866 to 1867.
This holding is a 17th century English land indenture on parchment, with the primary parchment measuring 46.5 x 62 mm, in addition to three separate documents attached with a dependent loop. The indenture details the purchase of the lands in and around the village of Belton, County Rutland (known today as Belton-in-Rutland). The parchment spans October 1, 1614 to January 1615.
One indenture (document), drafted in Philadelphia and dated December 5, 1763, regarding the estate of George Bullock. A portion of the document is missing.
This document is an indenture written in a hybrid Iberian dialect relating to shipbuilding in Sandomil, Portugal in the fifteenth century, dated 1476 and measuring approximately 18 x 30 cm. There is currently no biographical information on the creator.