|Content Description||First Party: Elizabeth Langley, widow of William Langley, of Worksop, Nottinghamshire; and John Young, grazier of Six Hills near Market Raisin [Rasen], Lincolnshire, both being executors of the will of William Langley deceased.|
Second Party: William Willcock, gentleman of Worksop also.
Surrender from (1) to (2) of a messuage or tenement with several closes of land as specified in the indenture recited at (a) below [property was previously known as Holme Farm] in the parish of Whitwell, Derbyshire; property is to be held on the condition that the term of 1000 years may merge and be extinguished in the freehold and inheritance of the property vested in (2).
Recitals: (a) details of an indenture of mortgage dated 13 Jun. 1794 [see Ne 6 D 2/47/87]; (b) details of an indenture of assignment dated 3 May 1796 [see Ne 6 D 2/47/88]; (c) fact that the sum of £500. with interest secured by the indenture recited at (b) has not yet been paid, and so the property became absolute in law for Langley; (d) fact that Langley has recently died but left a will dated 2 Nov. 1793; (e) fact that (1) have proved the will, and are now entitled to receive the sum of £500. with interest, and the mortgaged premises are now legally vested in them; (f) the sum of £500. only is still due and owing to (1) as the interest has now been paid.