|Content Description||Ne 6 D 2/47/150/1:|
Extract concerning an enquiry relating to the lands and hereditaments of Cornelius Heathcote Rodes in Worksop, Nottinghamshire, which were agreed to be purchased by the petitioner [Charles Howard, 11th Duke of Norfolk]; property was intended to be a proper purchase and designed to invest the sum of £1699.17.7. into settled estates; queries whether the money invested was actually for a proper purchase; dated 30 Jul. 48 George III, 1808.
Ne 6 D 2/47/150/2:
Extracts from the report of Master Harvey of the Chancery Court; details his findings which include that Thomas Wybergh and Vincent Henry Eyre have sold several messuages and lands vested in them by an act of parliament; proposal has been presented to the Court on behalf of Charles [Howard, 11th] Duke of Norfolk, proposing that the sum of £1639.17.7. mentioned to be cash in the bank, together with the sum of £4546.2.0. may be invested in several closes of arable, meadow and wood land in Worksop, Nottinghamshire [further specific details are provided]; includes opinion that the land in question would be a proper purchase to invest the money; enquired as to whether a good title can be made of the property, and has concluded that it can; dated 18 Aug. 1808.
Ne 6 D 2/47/150/3:
Ordered that the Masters report above be confirmed, and that Master Harvey is to approve the proper conveyance and settlement of the property; ordered that the sum of £3945.17.7. be paid to Cornelius H. Rodes from the credit of the purchased settled estates of Charles [Howard, 11th] Duke of Norfolk; dated 19 Aug. 48 George III 1808.