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By Bentick Sancho, as attorney of Charles William Cleeve

Colonial Registrar’s Office
Counties of Demerary and Essequebo
Transport and Mortgage
Royal Gazette vol. XLIX No.7577 Saturday, September 2, 1854

3. By Bentick Sancho, as attorney of Charles William Cleeve, Transport of lots numbers 2 (two), and 87 (eighty-seven), front portion; and west-half lot number 9 (nine) and east-half lot number 35 (thirty-five), of the back portion, or new provision lots, parts of Plantation Williamsburg, now called Golden Grove, situate on the east sea coast of the county of Demerary between plantations Haslington and Nabacles, as laid out and defined on a plan by the Sworn Land Surveyor Francis Jackson, dated January 1850 and deposited in the Registrar’s Office of Demerary and Essequebo on the twelfth January, 1854 – to and in favour of Jupiter Quashey.
4. By Bentick Sancho, as attorney of Charles William Cleeve, Transport of lots numbers 20 (twenty), and 94 (ninety-four), front portion; and east-half lot number 8 (eight) and west-half lot number 33 (thirty-three), of the back portion, or new provision lots, parts of Plantation Williamsburg, now called Golden Grove, situate on the east sea coast of the county of Demerary between plantations Haslington and Nabacles, as laid out and defined on a plan by the Sworn Land Surveyor Francis Jackson, dated January 1850 and deposited in the Registrar’s Office of Demerary and Essequebo on the twelfth January, 1854 – to and in favour of Philip Daniel and Mary Ann Stafford (widow).
5. By Bentick Sancho, as attorney of Charles William Cleeve, Transport of lots numbers 29 (twenty-nine), and 92 (ninety-two), front portion; and west-half lot number 14 (fourteen) and east-half lot number 40 (forty), of the back portion, or new provision lots, parts of Plantation Williamsburg, now called Golden Grove, situate on the east sea coast of the county of Demerary between plantations Haslington and Nabacles, as laid out and defined on a plan by the Sworn Land Surveyor Francis Jackson, dated January 1850 and deposited in the Registrar’s Office of Demerary and Essequebo on the twelfth January, 1854 – to and in favour of Edward Kingston and Beccles Graham.
6. By Bentick Sancho, as attorney of Charles William Cleeve, Transport of lots numbers 30 (thirty), and 65 (sixty-five), front portion; and west-half lot number 8 (eight) and east-half lot number 33 (thirty-three), of the back portion, or new provision lots, parts of Plantation Williamsburg, now called Golden Grove, situate on the east sea coast of the county of Demerary between plantations Haslington and Nabacles, as laid out and defined on a plan by the Sworn Land Surveyor Francis Jackson, dated January 1850 and deposited in the Registrar’s Office of Demerary and Essequebo on the twelfth January, 1854 – to and in favour of Andrew Lexey, Anthony Thomas and Betsey Thomas (widow).
7. By Bentick Sancho, as attorney of Charles William Cleeve, Transport of lots numbers 40 (forty), and 88 (eighty-eight), front portion; and east-half lot number 23 (twenty- three), and west-half lot number 48 (forty-eight), of the back portion, or new provision lots, parts of Plantation Williamsburg, now called Golden Grove, situate on the east sea coast of the county of Demerary between plantations Haslington and Nabacles, as laid out and defined on a plan by the Sworn Land Surveyor Francis Jackson, dated January 1850 and deposited in the Registrar’s Office of Demerary and Essequebo on the twelfth January, 1854 – to and in favour of Billy George and Molly Sam (widow).
8. By Bentick Sancho, as attorney of Charles William Cleeve, Transport of lots numbers 48 (forty-eight), and 93 (ninety-three), front portion; and west-half lot number 23 (twenty- three), and east-half lot number 48 (forty- eight), of the back portion, or new provision lots, parts of Plantation Williamsburg, now called Golden Grove, situate on the east sea coast of the county of Demerary between plantations Haslington and Nabacles, as laid out and defined on a plan by the Sworn Land Surveyor Francis Jackson, dated January 1850 and deposited in the Registrar’s Office of Demerary and Essequebo on the twelfth January, 1854 – to and in favour of Duke Cato and Peggy Cato (widow).
9. By Bentick Sancho, as attorney of Charles William Cleeve, Transport of lots numbers 50 (fifty), and 95 (ninety-five), front portion; and west-half lot number 22 (twenty-two) and east-half lot number 50 (fifty), of the back portion, or new provision lots, parts of Plantation Williamsburg, now called Golden Grove, situate on the east sea coast of the county of Demerary between plantations Haslington and Nabacles, as laid out and defined on a plan by the Sworn Land Surveyor Francis Jackson, dated January 1850 and deposited in the Registrar’s Office of Demerary and Essequebo on the twelfth January, 1854 – to and in favour of Douglas Hector.
10. By Bentick Sancho, as attorney of Charles William Cleeve, Transport of lots numbers 52 (fifty-two), and 85 (eighty-five), front portion; and west-half lot number 21 (twenty-one) and east-half lot number 47 (forty-seven), of the back portion, or new provision lots, parts of Plantation Williamsburg, now called Golden Grove, situate on the east sea coast of the county of Demerary between plantations Haslington and Nabacles, as laid out and defined on a plan by the Sworn Land Surveyor Francis Jackson, dated January 1850 and deposited in the Registrar’s Office of Demerary and Essequebo on the twelfth January, 1854 – to and in favour of Billy Billieson and Harry Bacchus.

Source: Colonial Registrar’s Office – Counties of Demerary and Essequebo –Transport and Mortgage - Royal Gazette vol. XLIX No.7577 Saturday, September 2, 1854

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