Document ReferenceNe 6 D 2/47/53
TitleBargain and sale [enrolled] from Hugh Parker and others [Commissioners for bankrupts] to Thomas Greathead and another of an estate belonging to William Futtit [a bankrupt] in Worksop, Nottinghamshire; 23 Dec. 1817
Date23 December 1817
Extent2 membranes
Content DescriptionFirst Party: Hugh Parker, esquire; Richard Parsons, gentleman; and Henry Owen, gentleman, Commissioners for bankrupts.

Second Party: Thomas Greathead, butcher of Worksop, Nottinghamshire; and John Taylor, farmer of Goldthorpe in the parish of Blyth, Nottinghamshire.

Enrolled bargain and sale from (1) to (2) of the freehold land and hereditaments held of William Futtit lying in [Worksop] Nottinghamshire, together with all and singular other freehold lands and hereditaments, before he became bankrupt; property to the use of (2) forever, subject to any mortgages on the property, in trust for the several uses of (2) and any other creditors of Futtit; includes covenant that (2), when convenient, will seek to take possession of all the property and then duly sell it.

Recitals: (a) Commission for Bankrupts dated 29 Oct. 1817 has been awarded against Futtit, with authority given to several commissioners to execute the same; (b) fact that the commissioners have started to examine witnesses, and it has been found that Futtit did work as a butcher and chapman and traded with others, and that he became indebted to Greathead to the sum of £100. upwards and became a bankrupt; (c) fact that the Commissioners, in pursuance of an act of parliament, did cause for notice to be published in the London Gazette inviting the creditors of Futtit to a meeting in order to choose an assignee(s) of Futtit's estate and effects, who in turn chose (2), and they requested that all estate and effects be assigned over to them in trust for all the creditors of Futtit; (d) fact that the commissioners found that at the time Futtit became bankrupt he was entitled to a certain freehold estate in Worksop.

Endorsed that the bargain and sale was enrolled on 3 Feb. 1818.
Termestate business, conveyances, Worksop (Nottinghamshire)
financial affairs, bankruptcy
Physical DescriptionThree applied seals - red wax

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA56048William Futtit, Assignees of the Estate and Effects of
NA56049Parker; Hugh (fl 1817); Mr; 'esquire'fl 1817
NA56050Parsons; Richard (fl 1817); gentlemanfl 1817
NA56051Owen; Henry (fl 1817); gentlemanfl 1817
NA56052Greathead; Thomas (fl 1817-1818); butcher of Worksop Nottinghamshirefl 1817-1818
NA56053Taylor; John (fl 1817-1818); farmer of Goldthorpe in the parish of Blyth Nottinghamshirefl 1817-1818
NA27806Futtit; William (fl 1817-1818); butcher and chapman; held land in Worksop Nottinghamshirefl 1817-1818
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