Document ReferenceNe 6 D 2/22/4
TitleCopy conveyance from Henry P.A.D. Pelham-Clinton, 7th Duke of Newcastle under Lyne and his Mortgagees and Lessees of a piece land as an addition to Gamston Churchyard, Gamston, Nottinghamshire; 14 Aug. 1907
Date14 August 1907
Extent4ff (plus plan)
Content DescriptionFirst Party: Henry Pelham Archibald Douglas [Pelham-Clinton], 7th Duke of Newcastle under Lyne.

Second Party: Abel John Ram of the City of London, one of his Majesty's Counsel, and Charles Robert French esq. of Evelyn Gardens, London, as mortgagees under an indenture dated 9 Feb 1907 [being a transfer of a mortgage dated 3 Jun. 1896].

Third Party: The Wigan Coal and Iron Company Limited, registered at Kirkless, Lancashire, lessees of the minerals underlying the property and of certain surface rights, for a term of 99 years from Mar. 1896.

Fourth Party: The person or persons or Corporation in whom the Churchyard or burial place known as the Churchyard of Gamston is now vested [not named].

Surrender by (1), (2) and (3) of a piece of land at Gamston on the west side of the churchyard of St Peter's Church, measuring 1 rood [as shown on an attached plan] and extending to a depth of 50 yards from the surface; reserves to (1) and (3) all minerals lying beneath a depth of 50 yards from the surface by underground workings only and without entering upon or exercising and rights over the surface of the land; (1) and (2) shall not be liable for any subsidence damage, etc, to the surface of the land or any building upon it for the time being; the land concerned is to be held for ever as part of the churchyard or burial place and is freed from all claims and demands; states that (3) is not entitled to any abatement of rent or royalties due to the surrender of the land, and all other conditions of (3)'s lease remain.

Includes a plan of the area around St Peter's Church in Gamston with the boudaries of the property in question in blue and the church coloured pink; also shows a school and the Great North Road; the plan is drawn to a scale of 104 feet to 1 inch, and there is a compass showing north.
Termestate business, conveyances, Gamston (Nottinghamshire)
estate business, leases, Gamston (Nottinghamshire)
mineral rights, reservation of
churches, Gamston (Nottinghamshire)
churches, St Peter's Church (Gamston, Nottinghamshire)
burial grounds, Gamston (Nottinghamshire)
maps and plans, Gamston (Nottinghamshire)

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA26176Wigan Coal and Iron Company Limited
NA993Clinton; Henry P.A.D. Pelham- (1864-1928); 7th Duke of Newcastle under Lyne; succ. 1879; known as 'Linny'1864-1928
NA45808Ram; Abel J. (c.1842-); Mr; barrister; of the Inner Temple Londonc.1842-
NA53740French; Charles R. (fl 1907-1909); Mr; 'esquire'; of London; mortgagee of 7th Duke of Newcastle under Lynefl 1907-1909
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