|Content Description||First Party: Taylor White, esquire, of Lincoln's Inn, Middlesex.|
Second Party: Taylor White the younger, esquire, eldest son of (1) and his wife, Sarah White, daughter of Sir Isaac Woollaston and Dame Sarah Rowlands Woollaston.
Third Party: Sir Edward Clive, of the Court of Common Pleas and Sir Griffith Boynton of Agnes Burton, Yorkshire.
Fourth Party: Sir John Eardley Wilmot, justice of the King's bench and Sir Gilbert Heathcote, baronet, of Normanton, Rutland.
Fifth Party: James Hewett, esquire, serjeant at law and John Heathcote, esquire, of Luffenham, Rutland.
In consideration of the marriage of (2) and to settle the property in question, agreement that (1) will convey the manor and capital messuage of Woodhall together with all his property at Woodhall in the parish of Darfield, Yorkshire, and also a farm, messuages, lands, tenements and hereditaments in Gilding Wells, Yorkshire and a farm at Great Drayton, Nottinghamshire, to the use of (1) for life, afterwards to Taylor White the younger, the remainder to the sons of (2) in tail male, the remainder to the daughters of (2) as tenants in common, the remainder to Thomas White, second son of (1) for life, then to his sons in tail male, the remainder to his daughters as tenants in common, the remainder to Stephen White and his sons in tail male, then to his daughters as tenants in common, the remainder to the right heirs of Taylor White the younger in fee.
Conveyance will include covenant for sale, with the monies raised to be applied to the debts of (2); agreement between all parties that Taylor White the elder and younger will join in a common recovery of property in Utterley, Lincolnshire; covenant by (2) to levy a fine of a half part of the manor of Lowesby, Leicestershire together with the advowson and tithes of Lowesby and the mansion house there with its appurtenances in Lowesby, Newton and Bilson; also of a moiety of a mansion house at St Ives, Huntingdonshire and of (2)'s estate in St Ives, Holywell, Needingworth, Fenstanton, Hemmington and Fen Drayton, Huntingdonshire; also of the Horse and Groom in Bedford, and of a moiety of land at Wilberton, Isle of Ely; also of a moiety of a messuage in Eastry and Wednesborough, Kent, a moiety of houses and messuages in Whitchurch, Hampshire.
Declaration that the fine of the property in Lowesby and Newton will inure to (4) in trust for 99 years to raise an annuity of £200 for Sarah White for life; afterwards in trust to (3) for a term of 100 years, afterwards to (5) in trust for a term of 500 years, afterwards to the sons of (2) in tail male, afterwards to the duaghters of (2) as tenants in common, and in default of issue to uses appointed by Sarah White; declaration that the trust of 100 years is to pay a further annuity of £200 to Sarah White; declaration that the trust of 500 years is to raise a sum of £5,000 for portions for the younger children of the marriage; reserves power for sale and power to lease to (2).
Declaration that the fine of the property in Kent, Cambridgeshire, the Isle of Ely, Bedford and Hampshire will inure to the use of (1) in trust for sale, the money raised to be used in discharge of the debts of (2); the fine of the property in Huntingdonshire to inure to the use of (3) in trust for Taylor White the younger, afterwards to his sons in tail male, afterwards to his daughters, afterwards to such uses as are appointed by Sarah White; reserves power to (2) to raise a mortgage on the property in Cambridgeshire if required; also reserves power for sale of the Huntingdonshire properties; covenant by (2) to surrender copyhold estates in Huntingdonshire to the same uses as the other property there.
Notes that (2) are seized of copyhold property in Elmeden and Arksden, Essex; agreement by (2) to (1) that they will dispose of this property and apply the money raised for the payment of their debts.