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Surrender of leasehold premises 14, 15, 16 and 17 Lambs Conduit Passage, 10 July 1912
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"Surrender of leasehold premises 14,15,16,17 Lambs Conduit Passage, (10 July 1912).(1) Thomas George Smith of 7 Finsbury Square, son and heir of James Smith, as (2) above, and Emma his wife, both deceased(2) John Savill Vaizey of Woodfield, Stansted, Essex, barrister, and Thomas Smith Curtis and Charles Frederick Booth, both of 4 Bedford Row, London, solicitors (mortgagees)(3), Algernon Augustus de Lisle Strickland of Apperley Court, Deerhurst, Glos, esqPursuant to an agreement by all parties that (1) clear site of 14,15,16,17 Lambs Conduit Passage, which has been done, and to extinguish leasehold terms and covenants, (1) surrenders site and all interests to (2) and (3)."
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