|Content Description||First Party: Thomas Wollaston White of Wallingworth, Nottinghamshire or Yorkshire.|
Second Party: Elizabeth Blagg of Tuxford, Nottinghamshire.
Third Party: Alexander Forbes Gaskell of Queens Square in the parish of Saint George the Martyr, Middlesex.
Fourth Party: Christopher Johnson of Queens Square in the parish of Saint George the Martyr, Middlesex.
Fifth Party: Samuel Edwards the elder of Stamford, Lincolnshire and Samuel Edwards the younger of Stamford, Lincolnshire.
In consideration of the marriage of (1) to (2), for extinguishing the estates tail and for settling the property to the uses specified, release from (1) to (3) of Tuxford manor together with quit rents totalling £3.2s.4d.; also the Red Lion Inn, Tuxford; also several messuages and lands in South Field, North Field and West Field [tenancy and area details provided]; also several pieces of meadow in Luxford in the parish of Eaton [full area details provided].
Lands to be held to the use of (3) so that he may be a perfect tenant; property bargained and sold so that one or more common recovery may be had and suffered in respect of the land; agreement that (3) shall allow (4) to sue for writs of entry in the High Court of Chancery; (1) and (3) to vouch and warrant for (4); common recovery will be levied to the uses specified including to the use of (1) and to the use of (2) if she survives (1) subject to the sum of £350 chargable on the property.
Hereditaments limited to (5) for the term of 99 years upon trust for the better securing of the property to (2) in case she should survive (1); limits the yearly amount of £350 to (2) for life; term of 99 years to be extinguished on the death of (2); declares that it is legal for (1) to sell land up to the annual let value of £100; land can also be let for a term not exceeding 21 years providing the leases contain clauses allowing re-entry for non payment of rent.
Recitals: (a) will of John White dated 30 Mar. 1765; (b) death of Taylor White on 20 Jun. 1795; (c) agreement for marriage of (1) to (2).