|Content Description||First Party: Peter Johnson the younger, esquire of York.|
Second Party: Henry Delabene, esquire of York and his wife Mary.
Third Party: Henry Willoughby, esquire of Birdsall, Yorkshire, eldest son and heir of Thomas Willoughby, and his wife Elizabeth, both deceased, who was the daughter of Thomas Sowtheby [later 5th Baron Middleton].
Fourth Party: Jerom Dring, gentleman of York.
Fifth Party: Charles Pelham, esquire of Brocklesby, Lincolnshire.
Sixth Party: Robert Vyner, esquire of Gautby, Lincolnshire.
Lease [Ne D 4157] and release [Ne D 4158] from (1) at the request and direction of (2), and (3) to (5) all the property recited at (a) below in Walkeringham, Nottinghamshire; includes covenant that (2) will levy a fine of the property before the end of Hillary term next ensuing.
Further witnesses that in consideration of the sum of £1800., assignment from (4), with the consent of (1), (2) and (3), to (6) all the property described above; property is to be held for the residue of the term of 600 years in trust for (5) to attend the freehold and inheritance; includes expected covenants.
Recitals: (a) details of a lease and release dated 19-20 Aug. 1752 [see Ne D 4155-4156]; (b) the principal sum of £1800. with interest has not been paid; (c) Mary Delabene has occasion to need the principal sum still due on the mortgage, and so (5), at the request of (3) has agreed to advance the same sum.
Dated 2-3 Feb. 32 George II 1759.