|Content Description||First Party: Henry Howard [esquire, of Corby Castle, Cumberland].|
Second Party: Bernard Edward Howard [12th] Duke of Norfolk; and Henry Charles Howard, commonly called Earl of Surrey [later 13th Duke of Norfolk].
Third Party: Frederick William [Hervey, 1st] Marquess of Bristol.
Surrender from (1), at the request and direction of (2) to (3) of all property [all that property comprising the Sheffield Estates in Yorkshire] which was limited to (1) and Wybergh for the term of 500 years, with all rights and appurtenances; the unexpired residue of the 500 year term may be merged or extinguished into the term of 200 years.
Recitals: (a) fact that Charles [Howard, 11th] Duke of Norfolk made a will dated 25 Nov. 1815, appointing (1) as executor, and that he died in Dec. 1815 without male issue, and that his will was duly proved; (b) the sum of £23,787.1.3. has been secured by an indenture dated 16 Jan. 1819 and by means of the term of 500 years limited in the Sheffield Estate to (1) and Thomas Wybergh, and that all interest has been paid; (c) the trusts of the term have been satisfied and now (2) desires that the same should be extinguished and so agreed that the term should be surrendered to (1) as the surviving trustee; (d) fact that Wybergh died in 1827.