Document ReferenceNe 6 D 2/13/29
TitleLease from the Bishop of Lincoln to Edward Miller Mundy and another of the tithes of Clumber, Nottinghamshire; 2 Jun. 1826
Date2 June 1826
Extent1 membrane
Content DescriptionFirst Party: George [Pelham], Bishop of Lincoln.

Second Party: Edward Miller Mundy, esquire, of Shipley, Derbyshire and Rev. Frederic[k] Mundy of Winston, Durham.

In consideration of the surrender of a previous lease dated 25 Feb. 1801, lease for lives from (1) to (2) of all tithes of Clumber Park, and also of the vills of Clumber, Hardwick and Normanton which were formerly part of the parsonage of Worksop; appointment by (1) of John Parkinson to be his true and lawful attorney and to take possession of the tithes and deliver them up to (2).

Rent: £8 payable twice yearly in equal portions.

Memorandum of livery of seizin endorsed on the reverse of the document.
Termtithes, Clumber Park (Nottinghamshire)
estate business, leases, tithes
estate business, rents, Clumber (Nottinghamshire)
estate business, leases, Clumber (Nottinghamshire)
Physical DescriptionOne pendant wafer seal

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA13163Mundy; Edward Miller (1750-1822); Mr; M.P. Derbyshire 1784-1822; father of Georgiana Elizabeth wife of 4th Duke of Newcastle1750-1822
NA13951Mundy; Frederick (c.1779-1846); Rev.; rector of Windlestone Co. Durhamc.1779-1846
NA53334Pelham; George (1766-1827); Bishop of Lincoln; also Bishop of Bristol 1803-1807; Bishop of Exeter 1807-1820; son of 1st Earl of Chichester1766-1827
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