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Documents relating to St James' Walk, Clerkenwell, London, in the archives of Balliol College, Oxford

NB These properties no longer belong to Balliol College.

B.21. London, Clerkenwell

1. Will Johnson and John Wright, bond 1490

2. Henry VIII to Walter Hendley and Sir John Williams 1546

3. Thomas Ellys to John Astell 1551

4. Margery Henley to John Bell 1553

5. Margery Henley to John Bell 1553, copy 1600

6. John Bell, power of attorney 1553

7. Thomas Roberts to John Bell 1555

8. Thomas Roberts to John Bell 1555

9. Balliol College and Thomas Roberts, fine 1555

10. Balliol College and Thomas Roberts, fine 1555

11. John Bell grants to Balliol College the house or messuage 1555

12. John Bell, power of attorney to take possession 1555

13. Balliol College, power of attorney to take possession 1555

14a,b. Balliol College and Thomas Roberts 1557

15. Philip and Mary, pardon and grant to Balliol College 1556

16. Isabel Sackfelde release to Balliol College 1561

17. Edmund Hooper’s lease to Elizabeth Woorthe 1616

18. Letter from Mary Goldsmith to Balliol College ca 1659

19. Letter from Henry Dacres to Balliol College 1659

20. Letter from Mary Goldsmith to Balliol College ca 1659

21. Letter from Henry Dacres to Balliol College 1659

22. Letter from Henry Dacres to Balliol College 1659

23. Letter from Balliol College to Mrs. Goldsmith 1659

24. Plan of some house, not the College tenement at Clerkenwell and correspondence re the same from 2002

25. Schedule of Clerkenwell writings, B.21.1-23 18th cent.

26. W. Dugdale and others, affidavits respecting ground near the Church 1639

27. Francis Goldsmyth, letter to Balliol College 1637

28. Papers relating to Clerkenwell 1787-1865

29. Balliol College and Charles Seymour, and Benjamin West: agreements for leases, and six plans of houses 1849

30. Papers relating to Clerkenwell 1852-65

31. Balliol College to Charles Seymour, lease of 1 St. James’ walk etc. and George William Seymour’s surrender of same. Missing July 1990. Probably handed over on sale of the property. 1851,1886

32. Balliol College to Charles Seymour, counterpart lease 1851

33. Balliol College to William Seymour, lease of 1 and 3 St. James’ Walk. Not found July 2003. 1886

34. Valuation of and report on property in St. James’ Walk 1882

35. Valuation of and report on property in St. James’ Walk (copy) 1882

36. Plan of houses in St. James’ Walk 1885

37. Balliol College to James Kent, counterpart lease of Nos. 5, 7, 9, 11 and 13 St. James’ Walk. Missing July 1990. Probably handed over on sales of the property. 1886

38. Report of Messrs. Buckland and Garrand as to alterations at 11 St. James’ Walk 1899

39. Agreement as to Buildings in St. James’ Walk 1909

40. Agreement as to Buildings in St. James’ Walk 1909

41. Counterpart lease Balliol College to E.J. Penny. Missing July 1990. Probably handed over on sale of the property. 1912

42. Plan of Clerkenwell Property ca 1900

43. Licence to make openings in party wall (J.W. Kent) between no. 5, 7, 9, 11 and 13 St. James’ Walk and 1 St. James’ Street. Missing July 1990. Probably handed over on sale of the property. ca 1920

44. Ground floor plan, 3,5,7 St James Walk, proposed alterations by James Kent 1914

B.23. London, Clerkenwell

1. Margery Henle to John Bell, grant of messuage and gardens, and power of attorney 1553

2. Robert and Thomas Mathew to Balliol College, bond 1561

3. Balliol College to Robert Mathew, lease 1561

4. Balliol College to Richard Yate, lease 1563

5. Balliol College to Richard Yate, lease 1563

6. Richard Yate to Balliol College, bond 1563

7. Balliol College to Clement Chicheley, lease 1568

8. Balliol College to Clement Chicheley, lease 1568

9. Clement Chechiley to Balliol College, bond 1568

10. Balliol College, power of attorney to collect London rents 1578

11. Balliol College to John Pinchback and E. Hooper 1614

12. Balliol College to Francis Goldsmith, lease 1649

13. Balliol College to Sir Henry Dacres, lease 1678

14. Balliol College to Sir Robert Dacres, lease 1694

15. Balliol College to Sir Robert Dacres, lease 1694

16. Balliol College to Lady Mary Dacres, lease 1703

17. Balliol College to Thomas Dacres 1719

18. Balliol College to William Hayton, lease of houses 1735

19. Balliol College to Joseph Kieling 1773

20. Balliol College to Joseph Kieling 1773

21. Balliol College to Charles Valentine and William Heath 1809

22. Balliol College to Edward Broke, als. Lytle, lease of tithes 1563

23. Balliol College to John Shrawley, tithes, etc. 1578

24. Balliol College to John Shrawley, tithes, etc. 1579

25. Balliol College to John Shrawley, bond 1579

26. Balliol College to Anthony Gate 1597

27. Balliol College to Anthony Gate 1597

28. Balliol College to Thomas Mundy 1597

29. Balliol College to Thomas Mundy 1597

30. Thomas Mundy to Balliol College, assignment of lease 1600

31. Sir Edward Barkham and others, surrender of lease 1626

32. Balliol College and Parishioners of St. Lawrence Jewry, lease (copy, 1659) 1649

33. Balliol College to John Lane, etc. lease of tithes, etc. 1671

34. Balliol College to John Sayer, lease of tithes, etc. 1690

35. Balliol College to John Sayer, lease of tithes, etc. 1692

36. Balliol College to John Sayer, lease of tithes, etc. 1692

37. Balliol College to John Sayer, lease of tithes, etc. 1701

38. Balliol College to John Sayer, lease of tithes, etc. 1701

39. Balliol College to John Sayer, lease of tithes, etc. 1708

40. Balliol College to John Sayer, lease of tithes, etc. 1716

41. Balliol College to John Sayer, lease of tithes, etc. 1723

42. Balliol College to John Sayer, lease of tithes, etc. 1731

43. Balliol College to Benjamin West, lease 1851

Other records

Estates Maps 20. Messrs Bristow & Co. Premises at St. James Walk, Clerkenwell, E.C. 1907, Plans and Elevation. 50 feet = 7 _ inches. Three in one roll. 50 x 70cm approx

MBP 389. London, St. James Walk, Clerkenwell, 1902-1938

MBP 390. London, St. James Walk, Clerkenwell, 1924-1946

- Anna Sander


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