|Title||Attested copy disentailing deed from Bernard E. Howard, 12th Duke of Norfolk, Henry C. Howard, Earl of Surrey [later 13th Duke of Norfolk] and Henry Granville Howard, Lord Fitzalan [later 14th Duke of Norfolk] to Charles Few concerning estates belonging to the Duke of Norfolk in Sussex, Surrey, Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Middlesex and Norfolk including the Worksop Manor estate; 12 Aug. 1837 [copy c. 10 Jun. 1839]|
|Content Description||First Party: Bernard Edward Howard [12th] Dukeof Norfolk.|
Second Party: Henry Charles Howard, commonly called Earl of Surrey [later 13th Duke of Norfolk], and his wife Charlotte, Countess of Surrey; and Henry Granville Howard, commonly called Lord Fitzalan, eldest son [later 14th Duke of Norfolk].
Third Party: Charles Fen, gentleman of Covent Garden, Middlesex.
Grant for disentailing from (2) with the consent of (1) and in pursuance of an act of parliament, to (3) of all castles, houses, manors or lordships, hundreds, boroughs, messuages, parks, mills, tolls, markets, farms, lands, rents, tithes, advowsons and so on, with all rights and appurtenances as set out in the indenture of settlement recited at (a) below in Sussex, Surrey, Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Middlesex, Norfolk, Norwich and Suffolk; property to be held by (3), but subject to several specified uses.
Recitals: (a) details of an indenture of lease and release dated 24 and 26 Dec. 1814 [for full details please see Ne 6 D 2/47/202]; (b) fact that no act of parliament for vesting or settling the estates in Sussex and Surrey has been applied for; (c) fact that Lord Fitzalan desires, with the consent of (1), to ban the estate in tail male to which Lord Fitzalan is entitled to; and that (1), the Earl of Surrey and Lord Fitzalan have agreed that the property should be limited but subject to specified uses; (d) Charlotte, Countess of Surrey has agreed to concur with these proposals, so that the powers intended to be limited will over reach the pin money and jointure provided for her by the settlement.
Endorsed as being a true copy of the original examined on 10 Jun. 1839.
Endorsed on the wrapper that the disentailing deed was enrolled in Chancery on 14 Nov. 1837.
Prepared by Few, Hamilton and Few [solicitors].