On 8th May 1776 Courney Davey of Wellington, slaymaker and Thomas Gore of Wellington, slaymaker, released to William Clement of Wellington, cooper and John Tuttle of Wellington, victualler a dwellinghouse and lands in Wellington. Consideration five shillings. On 31st March 1840, John Gay of Wellington, currier and James Clement of Wellington, turner mortgaged to Thomas Pain of Wellington, cordwainer, a dwellinghouse and premises in South Street, Wellington. Consideration £9 and ten shillings. On 27th May 1858, James Hall of Wellington, cabinet maker mortgaged the property to William Day Horsey, banker, William Cillard Pyne, surgeon and William Thomas of Buckland St Mary, merchant. Consideration £105. On 2nd January 1857 James Clement of Wellington, turner and Lucia Pain of Wellington, spinster, conveyed the property to William Payne of Wellington, saddler. Consideration £90. On 21st April 1857 William Payne of Wellington, saddler mortgaged the property to William Day Horsey of Wellington, banker and others. Consideration ££50. On 27th May 1858 William Payne of Wellington, saddler conveyed the property to James Hall of Wellington, cabinet maker. Consideration £125. On 22nd December 1860 James Hall of Wellington, cabinet maker conveyed the property to Elizabeth Upham of Wellington, widow. Consideration £110. On 31st July 1875 John Jeffries Upham of Totness, Devon, draper and Mary Bird, wife of James Southey of Wellington, confectioner conveyed the property to William Honniball of Wellignton, grocer. Consideration £110.
Also includes: Demise of premise in Wellington upon trust for sale, 1817; probate of the will of William Clement, 12 Nov 1814; probate of the will and codicil annexed of Elizabeth Clement, 26 Aug 1829; Abstract of Title of John Jeffries Upham, 1875.