1 The London and Southampton Railway Company
2 William Reed of Vauxhall, Surrey, gent the Secretary of the Company
3 The Bailiffs and Freemen of Kingston
Parcel of meadow or pasture land, 5 acres 1 rood 30 perches, formerly part and parcel of a close of land called Wrates Meadow measuring 9 acres 6 perches and numbered 55 on the Railway Company's Deposited Plan, bounded by Lower Marsh Lane on the north, by land of the Bailiffs and Freemen on the east, and in part towards the west and on the other part towards the west by land of [blank], and on the south by that part of the close set out as the intended line of the Railway; and also a parcel of arable ground, 3 acres 1 rood 10 perches, part of a close of land of 7 acres numbered 50 on the Deposited Plan, bounded by the Lower Marsh Lane on the north, land of the Bailiffs and Freemen on the west, land of the Bailiffs and Freemen on the east, and on the south by part of the said land intended to be taken for the Railway - all in Surbiton.
Reciting an Act for making a Railway from London to Southampton, 4 & 5 Wm IV, whereby the Company was empowered to take lands needed for the railway upon adequate compensation to the owners, and sell lands not needed, giving the first option to the adjoining owners
Also reciting a deed poll of 12 Oct last under the hands of Sarah Penner, widow, William Ranyard, tallowchandler, William Pamphilon, the younger, cheesemonger, and Sarah Lock, his wife, Edward Penner, butcher, and Elizabeth Penner, spinster - all of Kingston, whereby 21 acres 2 roods 20 perches were conveyed to the London and Southampton Railway Company (nos 45, 57a, 50, 55, 61, 62, and 63 on the Deposited Plan)