↑ 1.01.11.2 "Statement relating to the trust fund set up for the share of Sir Chaloner Ogle and his wife, Hester [daughter of John, Bishop of Winchester] of the personal estate of John, Bishop of Winchester, made in connection with winding up the trust," (c. 1820). Ref. U908/T286/2. National Archives, citing Kent History and Library Centre. Web.
Description: One of the daughters of Sir Chaloner who benefited from the fund was Jane Esther, who married Richard Thomas Streatfeild of Uckfield, co. Sussex. As Jane and Thomas Streatfeild were both dead, Henry Streatfeild of Chiddingstone as brother of Thomas Streatfeild was involved in the transactions connected with winding up the trust
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