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Ironfounder, of Great Boughton, Chester
 
Ironfounder, of Great Boughton, Chester
  
1829 Advertisement: 'DWELLING-HOUSE, IRON FOUNDRY, & LAND, BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, all that MESSUAGE or Dwelling House, IRON FOUNDRY, and other Buildings, situate in Great Boughton, near Chester, and now in the occupation of Mr. Thomas Moseley Bennett; together with Garden and Field behind the same, and adjoining the Chester canal, and which Garden and Field contain in the whole three acres, one rood, and ten perches of land, or thereabouts ; and possession of the premises will (if required) delivered in November next. Freehold of Inheritance, under a perpetual rent of sixteen shillings. For further particulars, apply to Mr. Ripley, Solicitor, Liverpool; or to Mr. G.Bailey, 24, Queen-street, Chester.'<ref>Chester Courant, 13 October 1829</ref>
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1829 Advertisement: 'DWELLING-HOUSE, IRON FOUNDRY, & LAND, BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, all that MESSUAGE or Dwelling House, IRON FOUNDRY, and other Buildings, situate in Great Boughton, near Chester, and now in the occupation of [[Thomas Moseley Bennett|Mr. Thomas Moseley Bennett]]; together with Garden and Field behind the same, and adjoining the Chester canal, and which Garden and Field contain in the whole three acres, one rood, and ten perches of land, or thereabouts ; and possession of the premises will (if required) delivered in November next. Freehold of Inheritance, under a perpetual rent of sixteen shillings. For further particulars, apply to Mr. Ripley, Solicitor, Liverpool; or to Mr. G.Bailey, 24, Queen-street, Chester.'<ref>Chester Courant, 13 October 1829</ref>
  
  

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Ironfounder, of Great Boughton, Chester

1829 Advertisement: 'DWELLING-HOUSE, IRON FOUNDRY, & LAND, BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, all that MESSUAGE or Dwelling House, IRON FOUNDRY, and other Buildings, situate in Great Boughton, near Chester, and now in the occupation of Mr. Thomas Moseley Bennett; together with Garden and Field behind the same, and adjoining the Chester canal, and which Garden and Field contain in the whole three acres, one rood, and ten perches of land, or thereabouts ; and possession of the premises will (if required) delivered in November next. Freehold of Inheritance, under a perpetual rent of sixteen shillings. For further particulars, apply to Mr. Ripley, Solicitor, Liverpool; or to Mr. G.Bailey, 24, Queen-street, Chester.'[1]


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  1. Chester Courant, 13 October 1829