ORIGINAL CONVEYANCE DOCUMENT OF 1918 Parchment : 4 sheets (written on 4 sides) 25cm x 40cm with 3 wax seals and revenue stamps.
Parties Ernest Harper Bowdler of 164 Stafford Street, Wolverhampton, Staffordshire. Pharmacist
Thomas George Bowdler of Ingleside, Station Road, Gorton near Manchester, Lancashire. Munition Worker
James Henry Bowdler of Kemberton, Shropshire. Farmer
James Harper Bowdler (deceased) late of Carlton House, Albrighton, Shropshire. Retired Inland Revenue Officer.
Subject Conveyance of property in Kemberton, Shropshire.
This contract arises out of the will of James Harper Bowdler who died in 1903 leaving a widow, Elizabeth Bowdler, and 5 children. The children were Ernest, Thomas and James (parties to this indenture) and also Audley (died 1904) and Minnie Jane (died 1913). Elizabeth, his widow, died in 1916 and the three surviving sons are now sorting things out between them.