|Content Description||First Party: John Hoskins, esquire of Haleshall, Norfolk; and Jeremy Hale, esquire of Little Agott, Hertfordshire.|
Second Party: Anthony Guidott the elder, gentleman of Lincolns Inn, Middlesex; and Robert Chappell, esquire of Haughton, Nottinghamshire.
Third Party: John [Holles, 3rd] Duke of Newcastle upon Tyne.
Assignment from Hale, at the request of Hoskins to (2), at the appointment of (3) of all the property in Walkeringham, Nottinghamshire recited at (a) below; property to be held for the remainder of the term of 10,000 years on trust for the indemnification of the property; includes expected covenants.
Recitals: (a) details of an indenture dated 31 May 1670 [wanting]; 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) details of a lease and release dated 13-14 Oct. 1693 [see Ne D 4122-4123]; (c) details of a lease and release dated 21-22 Dec. 1693 [see Ne D 4128-4129]; (d) details of an assignment dated 20 Dec. 1693 [see Ne D 4127]; (e) details of a lease and release dated 14-15 Feb. 1696 [see Ne D 4131-4133]; (f) details of an assignment dated 14 Feb. 1696 [see Ne D 4130]; (g) fact that Ralph Whitchurch died, and his interest in the £2000. and premises was vested in the executor of his will James Whitchurch.
(h) details of a lease and release dated 24-25 Mar. 1698 [see Ne D 4134-4136]; (i) details of an assignment dated 25 Mar. 1698 [see Ne D 4137]; (j) the principal sum of £3500. with interest was not paid; (k) Lady Dorothy, wife of Sir Thomas Williamson, 2nd Baronet died, and Sir Thomas did pay £500. of the principal sum of £3500. which is noted on an endorsement dated 25 Mar. 1699 which is to be found on the reverse of the indenture recited at (h); (l) by subsequent endorsements on the indenture recited at (h), Sir Thomas agreed that the mortgaged premises should stand as security for Hoskins for the repayment of several sums of money advanced by him to Sir Thomas totally £700. with interest.
(m) agreed in the endorsements that Sir Thomas should only pay interest for the principal sum secured by the mortgage and endorsements, amounting to £3700. in total; (n) the amount now due to Hoskins is £3700., and the interest on the sum amounts to £219.11.8..
Dated 2 Mar. 2 Anne.