Document ReferenceNe 6 D 2/44/4
TitleDuplicate conveyance from Henry P.A.D. Pelham-Clinton 7th Duke of Newcastle under Lyne to J.W. Houfton esq. of hereditaments at Wellow, Nottinghamshire; 2 Apr. 1918
Date2 April 1918
Extent3 items
Content DescriptionFirst 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.

Consideration: £2450.

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.
Termestate business, conveyances, Wellow (Nottinghamshire)
estate business, agreements, Wellow (Nottinghamshire)
estate business, rents, chief rents
estate business, grants, water grants
parliamentary business, acts, Nottingham Water Act 1897
minerals, reservation of
mineral rights, reservation of
buildings, chapels, Wellow (Nottinghamshire)
tithes, Wellow (Nottinghamshire)
water, rights to
rights and privileges, underground water rights
rights and privileges, rights of way
maps and plans, Wellow (Nottinghamshire)
Physical Descriptionapplied seal, red wax

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA21889Nottingham Corporation
NA993Clinton; Henry P.A.D. Pelham- (1864-1928); 7th Duke of Newcastle under Lyne; succ. 1879; known as 'Linny'1864-1928
NA55973Houfton; James W. (fl 1918); Mr; of Wellow Hall Wellow Nottinghamshirefl 1918
NA10398Clinton; Henrietta Adela Pelham- (1843-1913); Duchess of Newcastle under Lyne; née Hope; m 6th Duke of Newcastle under Lyne 1861; m 2ndly Rev. T. Hohler 18801843-1913
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