#888 This Rare Indenture Vellum Document from the year 1810 from the City of London of the Noble Family of Frere
This original hand written legal document of Lady Frere was a Deed of Land dated 1810 granting a partial interest in the waterworks of the City of London England to her Son William Frere. This has an excellent historical value for collector's and a great museums piece. Double-Signed & Sealed, with UK revenue stamp on the left top corner. Of special interest to descendants of the respected Frere family &/or City of London.
Lincoln Inn; Geo Frere; Lord George; Norfolk;1000 British Pounds consideration; County of Middlesen
Dimensions: 36" x 28.5" framed under glass very good condition of museum quality (not folded, not stained, no excessive browning as with other historical identures) John Hookham Frere was the eldest son of a landed noble, and his family history is a long and distinguished one, traceable all the way back to the time of William the Conqueror. J. H. Frere was born on May 21, 1769 to John and Jane Frere. J. H. Frere's (henceforth "Frere") education was of the highest quality, and he found himself at Eton at the age of sixteen. At Eton, he made several acquaintances who would become lifelong friends, including George Canning, one of the most brilliant politicians of the period. Canning and Frere joined forces with several other students to create "The Microcosm," a short lived periodical that was intended to explore the small world of Eton, though it actually managed to transcend that world by involving many issues from the wider world. After Eton, Frere moved on to Caius College at Cambridge, where he completed both his B.A. and his M.A. by 1795. This item should be of utmost interest to any Frere descendants
living today as an excellent family keepsake that can be
handed on to future generations of the Frere Family
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