Document ReferenceNe D 4144
TitleAssignment from William Williamson and others to 1st Baron Herbert and others of property in Walkeringham, Nottinghamshire together with the equity of redemption of the property; 6 Mar. 1703/4
Date Of Creation6 March 1704
Extent3 membranes
LevelItem/file
Content DescriptionFirst Party: William Williamson, esquire of Monk Wearmouth, Durham; and Sir Robert Williamson, baronet of the parish of St Margaret's, Westminster, Middlesex.

Second Party: Henry, Lord Herbert [1st Baron Herbert] of Chirbury; and Sir Thomas Pelham, baronet of Bishopstone, Sussex.

Third Party: John [Holles, 3rd] Duke of Newcastle upon Tyne.

Assignment from (1) to (2) all the property recited at (a) below in Walkeringham, Nottinghamshire, together with the equity of redemption, estate, right, title and interest; property is to be held in trust by (2) for (3); includes expected covenants.

Consideration: £7120.1.8..

Recitals: (a) details of a lease and release dated 24-25 Mar. 1698 [see Ne D 4134-4136]; (b) details of an assignment dated 25 Mar. 1698 [see Ne D 4137]; (c) fact that Lady Dorothy Williamson died without issue, and by virtue of the mortgage and several endorsements relating to money advanced to Sir Thomas Williamson by John Hoskins amounting to £3700. with interest; (d) details of the will of Sir Thomas dated 4 Apr. 1703 [see Ne D 4138]; (e) the term of 99 years was by a decree in chancery [see Ne D 4139], which decreed the term to be sold to pay the debts and legacies of Sir Thomas, but the mortgage and mortgage of the inheritance was 'decreed to be kept on Foot to Attend and protect' the term of 99 years; (f) the debts and legacies of Sir Thomas amounted to £6954.17.7..

(g) (1), William Fenwick and Stephen Waile agreed to sell the term of 99 years, along with the equity of redemption and equitable interest which was in the inheritance of the property, to (3) for the sums of £7120.1.8. and £6954.17.7., part of which was to be used for the payment of the debts and legacies; (h) agreed that the debt owing to John Hoskins should be paid out of the purchase money; (i) details of a lease and release dated 2-3 Mar. 1704 [see Ne D 4141-4142]; (j) details of an assignment dated 2 Mar. 1704 [see Ne D 4140]; (k) details of an assignment dated 4 Mar. 1704 [see Ne D 4143]; (l) fact that (1) have an equitable title to the inheritance of the property after the expiration of the mortgage term, and have agreed to sell the property without power of redemption to (3).

Dated 6 Mar. 2 Anne 1703.
LanguageEnglish
Termestate business, conveyances, Walkeringham (Nottinghamshire)
estate business, assignments, Walkeringham (Nottinghamshire)
financial affairs, debts, settlement of
financial affairs, Sir Thomas Williamson
Physical DescriptionTwo applied seals - red wax

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Persons
CodePersonNameDates of Existence
NA50455Williamson; William (fl 1702-1704); son of Robert Williamson 3rd Baronet; nephew of Thomas Williamson 2nd Baronetfl 1702-1704
NA50430Williamson; Robert (-1707); 3rd Baronet; succ. 1703-1707
NA50460Fenwick; William (1657-1733); Rev.; rector of Hallaton Leicestershire 1688-17231657-1733
NA50461Waile; Stephen (fl 1703-1704); -; gentleman; of Sunderland Durhamfl 1703-1704
NA50452Hoskins; John (fl 1698-1704); Mr; esquire; of Haleshall Norfolkfl 1698-1704
NA488Holles; John (1662-1711); 3rd Duke of Newcastle upon Tyne; cr. Duke of Newcastle upon Tyne 1694, 1st Duke of second creation; also 4th Earl of Clare1662-1711
NA21017Williamson; Thomas (1636-1703); 2nd Baronet; succ. 16571636-1703
NA23579Pelham; Thomas (c.1653-1712); 1st Baron Pelham; styled 4th Baronet 1703-1706c.1653-1712
NA50433Williamson; Dorothy (c.1646-1699); Lady Williamson; née Fenwick; wife of Sir Thomas Williamson, 2nd Baronet Williamsonc.1646-1699
NA29364Herbert; Henry (1654-1709); 1st Baron Herbert; 1st Baron of of 2nd creation; cr. 1694; M.P.1654-1709
Places
CodePlace name
PL1070/Walkeringham/Nottinghamshire/England
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