|Content Description||First Party: Henry P.A.D. [Pelham-Clinton, 7th] Duke of Newcastle under Lyne.|
Second Party: Thomas Berry, gentleman, of Grove House, Worksop, Nottinghamshire.
Third Party: Thomas Young Bloom, builder, of Shirley near Southampton, Hampshire.
Conveyance from (1) [on behalf of (2)] to (3) of a prcel of land measuring 6 perches, situated on the southern side of the 'New Road' otherwise known as the Chesterfield Road [probably Newcastle Avenue] in Worksop [shaded red on accompanying plan]; previously occupied by Henry Townrow; also tithes and rent charges; also all minerals except coal and ironstone.
Supplemental to a conveyance from (1) to the use of (2) of a piece of pasture land measuring 1 acre 2 roods and 9 perches together with other hereditaments, dated 8 Oct. 1890; original conveyance mistakenly omitted the property in question.
Conveyance is subject to a lease to Isaac Sharples dated 8 Dec. 1884 which prohibits the getting of magnesian limestone for a term of 21 years from 29 Sep. 1883.
(3) covenants that he will not use the property for factory purposes, or for any noisy or offensive trade.
Recitals: (a) fact that the property shaded blue on the accompanying plan and other property was conveyed from (1) to (2) by indenture dated 8 Oct. 1890, but that the piece of land shaded red on plan was mistakenly omitted from the conveyance; (b) fact that both of the aforementioned pieces of land were was conveyed from (2) to (3) by indenture dated 1 Aug. 1891; (c) fact that the last conveyance was ineffectual in conveying the land shaded red due to it's original omission.
Includes plan with the property in question shaded red; other property which was successfully conveyed by the original conveyance is shaded blue; also shows the 'New Road' [Newcastle Avenue?] and West Gate.