|Content Description||First Party: James Whitchurch, merchant of London, and executor of the will of Ralph Whitchurch, deceased; and Henry Pinnell, esquire of Braden Stoke Abbey, Wiltshire.|
Second Party: Sir Thomas Williamson, of Monk Weremouth, Durham.
Third Party: Thomas Gibson, gentleman of London.
Fourth Party: John Hoskins, esquire of Haleshall, Norfolk; and Jeremy Hale, esquire of Little Ayott, Hertfordshire.
In consideration of the sum of £2000. paid to Whitchurch and the sum of £1500. paid to Pinnell by Hoskins, at the request of (2), assignment from (3), with the consent of (1) and (2), to Hale, nominated as a trustee for Hoskins, of all the property recited at (a) below in Walkeringham, Nottinghamshire; property to be held for the remainder of the term of 10,000 years on trust for Hoskins; includes expected covenants.
Recitals: (a) details of an indenture dated 31 May 1670; property includes numerous messuages in Walkeringham, with acreages of arable, meadow and pasture land and names of tenants, and several cottages and, tenements, with names of tenants; (b) fact that (2) has no children by his wife, and nor is he likely to; (c) details of a lease and release dated 13-14 Oct. 1693 [see Ne D 4122-4123]; (d) details of an assignment dated 20 Dec. 1693 [see Ne D 4127]; details of an assignment dated 14 Feb. 1696 [see Ne D 4130]; (e) fact that there has been a default in the payment of the money and that the estate and interest of the premises assigned to Gibson is now absolute in law for the residue of the term of 10,000 years; (f) fact that Ralph Whitchurch is now dead, and by his will appointed Whitchurch as sole executor, and that the principal sums of £2000. and £1500. are still unpaid but that all interest has been satisfied.