Title:[Letters to Sir John and Sir Edward Heath]
Creator/Contributor:Heath, Edward, 1612-1669, creator
Creator/Contributor:Bloom, James Harvey, fl. 1901-1918, former owner.
Creator/Contributor:Foster, Thomas, d. 1685, correspondent.
Creator/Contributor:Heath, John, 1614-1691, recipient.
Creator/Contributor:Hunt, John, correspondent.
Creator/Contributor:Noel, Alexander, correspondent.
Creator/Contributor:Vanbrugh, William, correspondent.
Creator/Contributor:Society of Genealogists of London, former owner.
A collection of 5 letters and 1 separate address leaf written to Sir John Heath and Sir Edward Heath, the sons of Sir Robert
Heath. The letters from Thomas Foster, John Hunt and William Vanbrugh concern business matters, but the letter from Alexander
Noel concerns the legal case of a carpenter named Daniel Sicklyn who lived on the Heaths' estate in Cotesmore. One letter
from Vanbrugh has Edward Heath's response written on an integral leaf.
Autograph, signed letters.
All letters are docketed on the verso in various hands; most have at least traces of seals.
With stamps of the Society of Genealogists of London, and Rev. J.H. Bloom.
Stamps (Provenance)-England-20th century.
6 items ; 150-237 mm.