Bond – Beatrice Reames to William Sanders – 6 Mar 1690

Document Type: Bond
Date: 6 Mar 1690
Correspondent: Beatrice Reames
Recipient: William Sanders
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 195
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[Usual formulaic Latin of the bond between Beatrice and Jonathan Reames of ‘The Strand in St Martins in the Fields Westminster’, and William Sanders of Staines in Middlesex, basketmaker, 6 March 1690]

The Condicon of this Obligacon saith that if the above bounden Beatrice Reames her heirs Executors Administrators and assigns and every of them doe and shall well and truly Observe P[er]forme Fullfill accomplish pay and Keepe All Singular the Covenant grannts Articles and agreements whatsoever which on his or their parts and behalfes are and ought to be Observed performed and Fullfilled accomplished paid done and kept Specified & comprised in one Indenture of Assignment beareing date herewith made or expressed to be made between the said Beatrice Reames of the one part and And the above named William Sanders on the other part; And That in all things according to the true intent and meaning of the same Indenture Then this Obligation to bee void or else remaine in full force and virtue

Signed Sealed and Delivered in the p[re]sence of us;

Ann Goodman	Beatrice Reames

Robert Roberts	Jonathan Reames

Joseph Heale

[all sign]

[on verso:]

Beatrice Reames & Jonathan Reames their Bond to Wm Sanders to p[er]form Covenants

6 March 1690

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