|Content Description||First Party: William Willcock, farmer of Harness Grove in the parish of Worksop, Nottinghamshire|
Second Party: Benjamin Eddison, grocer of Worksop; Robert Booth, gentleman of Nottingham; and William Booth, gentleman of Kirkby Woodhouse, all of which are the executors of the will of John Eddison, deceased.
Mortgage by virtue of a bargain and sale for the term of 1000 years, from (1) to (2) of a dwellinghouse in Whitwell, Derbyshire and several closes adjoining including a croft, the Church Piece, the Little Jack Yard, the Jack Yard Close, Upper Jack Yard Close, Great Broad Meadow, Little Broad Meadow, Upper Blake Mires, Middle Blake Mires, Little Blake Mires, the Gundy Meadow, Spring Close, the Clover Meadow, the Rough Meadow, the Rough Meadow Bottom, and Oller Wood, all of which were formerly part of the messuage known as Holme Farm in the parish of Whitwell; in each case details of the acreages are provided; also of a close of land in Whitwell called Square Close; also all allotments awarded to (1) under the Whitwell Enclosure Act of 1813; includes usual provisos relating to the repayment of the mortgage.
Recitals: (a) details of an indenture of lease and release dated 28-29 Mar. 1797; (b) details of a deed poll dated 31 Mar. 1797; (c) fact that (1)'s wife died in 1813 intestate and without issue; (d) fact that (1) has occasion to borrow the sum of £2500 and has applied to (2) to lend him the same.