|Content Description||First Party: John Read, farmer of Worksop, Nottinghamshire.|
Second Party: George Boaler, farmer of Barlborough, Derbyshire.
Third Party: Bernard Edward Howard [12th] Duke of Norfolk.
Fourth Party: Michael Ellison, esquire of Sheffield, Yorkshire.
Fifth Party: Edward Blount, esquire of Bellamore, Staffordshire.
In consideration of the sum of £150. paid to (2) by (3) at the direction of (1), being the full principal sum owing to (2); and also in consideration of £18.15.0., residue of the purchase money, paid to (1) by (3), (1) has appointed by this deed that the parcel of land shall remain limited subject to several uses and trusts.
Further witnesses that (1) has leased [see the fourth membrane] and released to (3) a parcel of land lying on the South Common in Worksop, measuring 2a.3r.10p., together with all rights and ways [details of boundaries provided]; property is to the use of (3) and his assigns for life without impeachment of waste, and afterwards to the use of (4) during the life of (3) in trust, and to prevent any wife of (3) from being entitled to the dower out of the property; contains covenant that (1) will produce any title deeds as requested.
Further witnesses, assignment from (2) at the request of (1) and the nomination of (3), to (5) of the parcel of land above described together with all estate, right and title; property ot be held for the unexpired residue of the term of 1000 years; further declared between all parties that (5) shall stand and be possessed of the premises in trust for (3).
Recitals: (a) details of an indenture of mortgage dated 25 Feb. 1818; (b) fact that (3) has contracted with (1) for the absolute purchase of the inheritance in fee simple for the parcel of land to be described above, for the sum of £168.; (c) fact that the principal sum of £150. is still due and owing on the mortgage recited at (a) above; (d) with regard to the agreement for the sale of the parcel of land, further agreed that the sum of £150. from the purchase money should be paid to (2) in full discharge of the principal money owing to him, and that the land should be assigned by (2) to a trustee of (3) for the remainder of the term of 1000 years.
Includes a schedule of the indentures referred to at the foot of the third membrane.