|Content Description||First Party: Personal Representatives of Henry P.A.D. Pelham-Clinton, 7th Duke of Newcastle under Lyne [deceased].|
Second Party: London and Fort George Land Company Limited.
Third Party: Fred Tomlinson, of Worksop.
Conveyance from (1) and (2) to (3) of a parcel of land situated on the eastern side of the road leading from Worksop to Ollerton [Sparken Hill], measuring 0.219 of an acre [described in schedule 1 and edged red on attached plan].
Subject to a mining lease with the Wigan Coal and Iron Company Limited dated 30 Oct. 1896, and varied by a deed of release dated 30 Mar. 1931.
Reservations to (1) and (2): All mines and minerals lying below a depth of 300 feet; the reversion expectant on a mining lease; free passage of water and soil; and the right to erect buildings on adjoining property belonging to (1) and (2).
Indemnifies (3) from a rectorial tithe rent charge issuing out of the property.
Covenants by (3): To erect certain boundary fencing; not to erect any building beyond the building line of 60 feet; not to use the property in question for any noisy or offensive trade, public house or keep any pig, horse, pony, cattle, sheep, goat, fowl, or pigeon; not to erect any buildings other than 1 private dwellinghouse with outbuildings of an annual value of no less than £40; not to erect any building on the property without prior consent from (1) and (2); not to make any alterations to the appearance of any building on the property; not to use any coloured glass in windows of any building.
Consideration: £126 and 5 shillings.
Schedule 1: Description of property in question.
Schedule 2: List of documents to which (3) has the right of production.
Recitals: (a) fact that the 7th Duke of Newcastle was seised of the property in question at the time of his death; (b) fact that the 7th Duke had agreed to sell certain estates to (2) but no conveyance was executed; (c) fact that (1) and (2) have agreed to sell the property in question to (3).
Includes plan with the property in question edged red; also shows property on the other side of the road known as 'Barmoor'.