|Content Description||First Party: Henry P.A.D. [Pelham-Clinton] 7th Duke of Newcastle [under Lyne].|
Second Party: Charles Edward Whitington esquire of Tuxford, Nottinghamshire.
Conveyance from (1) to (2) of 30 parcels of land, measuring 93.195 acres in total, containing the allotment gardens, cottages nos. 46 and 47, and a farm with 79.683 acres of land [described in first schedule and shown on an attached plan]; (2) is entitled to certain rights of way, firstly across the Sun Inn yard and secondly across a pathway off Manvers Street to cottages 46 and 47 [all rights of way shown on attached plan].
The conveyance is subject to the same conditions, reservations, and covenants as Ne 6 D 2/42/319 [see that entry for details]; additionally (2) covenants to indemnify (1) from all liabilities re. Clinton Garden Lane or Hopyard Lane, to indemnify (1) from any past arrangements made with the Great Central Railway Company re. Lodge Lane, and also to cleanse and repair drain, ditches and watercourses on the property; also reserves a right of way across Clinton Gardens to Peter Furniss or his tenants.
Includes a plan with the property in question coloured pink; most of the property appears to be situated between Newcastle Street/Egmanton Road and the Great Northern Railway lines running through Tuxford; inset with an enlarged plan of the smaller parcels of land situated in the centre of the village; taken from the 1900 edition 6 inch ordnance survey map; there is a compass; dated 4 Sep. 1919.