|Content Description||First Party: Henry P.A.D. [Pelham-Clinton] 7th Duke of Newcastle [under Lyne].|
Second Party: James William Houfton of Wellow Hall.
Conveyance from (1) to (2) of the parcels of land in Wellow measuring 100.242 acres, containing dwelling houses, cottages, and other buildings [as described in the first schedule and shown on the attached plan]; the conveyance is subject to a water grant [see recitals below], land tax and tithe rent charges [specifies amounts], chief rent, and a right of way shared with A.R. Redford.
Reserves all minerals to (1); (1) covenants with (2) to pay all death duties for Adele Henrietta Pelham-Clinton Duchess of Newcastle [wife of the 6th Duke of Newcastle]; (1) acknowledges (2)'s right to see the documents listed in the second schedule.
Schedule 1: Lists details of the property in question, namely land in Wellow, occupation roads, 4 houses or cottages, and a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel; gives ordnance numbers, a description of each parcel, acreage, and current tenant.
Schedule 2: List of documents which (2) is entitled to the production of.
Recitals: (a) fact (1) is seised of the property in question, which is subject to a yearly chief rent of 1s. and 2d. payable to Lord Savile; (b) property is also subject to a water grant with Nottingham Corporation for 1000 years, dated 9 Jul 1902; (c) fact that (1) agreed to sell the property to (2).
Includes a plan with the property in question coloured pink or blue; a line delineates the limit of the Boughton Water Area; plan drawn to 6 inch ordnance scale; inset with a larger scale plan [1/2500] of the part of the property which is within the village of Wellow.
Accompanied by two documents originally found with Ne 6 D 2/44/2, as follows: Ne 6 D 2/44/4/2 is an agreement between (1) and (2) concerning special conditions of the sale, dated 28 Mar. 1918; Ne 6 D 2/44/4/3 is an Inland Revenue form noting that there is no Increment Value Duty payable.