|Content Description||First Party: Henry Howard esquire of Greystoke Castle, Cumberland; Edward Blount esquire of John Street, St James's Square, Middlesex; and John Wright, banker of Covent Garden, Middlesex [as Trustees] (1).|
Second Party: Bernard Edward Howard, 12th Duke of Norfolk (2).
Third Party: Henry Hancock, wheelwright, of Worksop, Nottinghamshire (3).
Fourth Party: Marcus Smith, surveyor, of Sheffield, Yorkshire (4).
Lease and release from (1) to (3) of a woodyard and garden measuring 872 square yards abutting upon West Gate and Norfolk Street in Worksop [as shown on plan]; declares that no wife of (3) will be entitled to dower out of the property.
Recitals: (a) fact that property in question and other property was conveyed by lease and release dated 12-13 Mar. 1839 to be held in trust by (1) until sold; (b) fact that (1) have agreed to sell the property in question to (3).
Includes plan in margin which shows the property shaded pink; property is bounded in the east by Norfolk Street, in the west by West Gate, and in the north by the old turnpike road [to Mansfield? now Newcastle Avenue?].