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June 2, IT IS ENACTED, that the said partition and allotments of the 1852. freehold and copyhold estates described in the said certificate of
partition (being the estates comprised in the three schedules to that Act), should be and were thereby established, ratified and confirmed.
And that all the said freehold and copyhold messuages, farms, lands, tenements, and hereditaments which in and by the aforesaid certificate were expressed to be thereby allotted to the said John William Ford, as and for his part or share in severalty of the estates directed by the said Court of Chancery to be divided as aforesaid, which estates and premises are particularly described in the third schedule to the said Act, with their appurtenances, should be vested in and stand settled and assured upon and to the use of Richard Cooper the younger, his heirs and assigns for ever, In trust for the said John William Ford, his heirs and assigns, for ever. Proviso, That no person not being tenant to the lord should by virtue of that Act only become tenant of the said copyhold premises without an admission thereto by the lord of the manor, so as to entitle the lord to all such fines, &c., as he would have been entitled to if that Act had not passed ; and that it should be lawful for any person who had any legal estate in the copyhold hereditaments thereby settled, to make any surrender or customary assurance of the same, To the uses and for the purposes of that Act, notwithstanding the limitations, trusts, or dispositions of the said will and codicil. THE USUAL SAVING CLAUSE, And that the Act should be printed by the King's printer, and a copy thereof so printed should be admitted as evidence by all judges, &c.
THE THIRD SCHEDULE to which the Act refers [being the allotments to the said John William Ford] contains (inter alia),
A. R. P. Manor House yards and farms
1 0 10 Manor House plantation (copybold)
0 3 23 Further Home Field, Hither Home Field, and Small Close
5 1 3 Timber and timber-like trees.
Aug. 4, INDENTURE of MORTGAGE of this date, &c. 1852.
IV. ABSTRACT OF THE TITLE of Mrs. JANE
Parsons, Widow (selling under the powers given to
Dec. 6, BY INDENTURE OF LEASE BETWEEN Robert Good, of the 1854. first part, John Taylor and James Brindall (administrators of all
the goods, chattels, rights, and credits, of Robert Tudor, late
All that piece or parcel of ground situate, lying, and
Dec. 6, 1854.
with the said brick messuage or tenement lately erected and built on part of the said piece or parcel of ground, and all other erections and buildings now erected and built or to be erected and built upon the said piece or parcel of ground, or any part thereof,
Together also with all ways, &c. To hold the same, with their appurtenances, unto the said Head, his executors, administrators, and assigns, from the 29th day of September, which was in the year 1854, for the term of ninety-nine years from thence next ensuing, at the rent of one peppercorn for the first two years and three quarters of a year, and at the yearly rent of £3 16s. for the remaining ninety-six years and one quarter of a year,
payable quarterly. COVENANTS by said Head with said Good, to pay rent, to build said messuages, to insure in Hand-in-Hand or Westminster Insurance Office to the highest value said offices commonly insure on houses; to repair, &c.; to leave, &c., at end of term ; that lessors may enter and view said premises and give three months' notice of want of repair; to repair accordingly; and not to let, &c., to a victualler, without license of said Good. Proviso for re-entry on non-payment of rent. COVENANTs by said Good, that he had right to demise and lease; and for quiet enjoyment. COVENANT by said Good for quiet enjoyment.
EXECUTED by said Good, Taylor, and Brindall, and attested.
July 1, BY INDENTURE OF MORTGAGE between said Head, of the 1855. one part, and said Taylor, of the other part.
Reciting the before abstracted indenture of lease ;
The said indenture of lease ;
And all the estate, &c.:
July 1, 1855.
Proviso for redemption on payment of principal and inte
rest on 12th January then next.
EXECUTED by said Head, and attested.
Dec. 2, BY INDENTURE, indorsed on last abstracted indenture, 1855.
BETWEEN said Taylor, of the one part, and George Balls, of the
Reciting that within-mentioned principal sum was owing,
with £33 6s. for the interest thereof;
Said indenture of lease and indenture of mortgage;
And all his estate, &c. :
SUBJECT to right of redemption by said Head.
EXECUTED and attested.
Nov. 7, BY INDENTURE OF ASSIGNMENT, BETWEEN said Balls, of the 1859. first part; said Head, of the second part; and John Parsons, of
the third part;
RECITING the before abstracted indentures of lease and
Nov. 7, did fully and absolutely bargain, sell, assign, set over, release, 1859.
ratify and confirm unto said Parsons, his executors, administrators, and assigns, as well
The said Premises;
And all the estate, &c. : To hold with their and every of their appurtenances, unto said Parsons, his executors, administrators, and assigns, from thenceforth for the remainder of the said term of
EXECUTED by said Balls and Head and attested.
April 2, BY WILL of this date said John Parsons gave and bequeathed 1876. All his real and personal estate in the following words, namely:
“All my lands, tenements, hereditaments, and real estate whatsoever and wheresoever (including leaseholds), which I am seised or entitled unto, and all my moneys, stocks, funds, and securities, and other per
sonal estate whatsoever.” Unto Henry Thomas and Richard Goodchild, their heirs, executors, administrators, and assigns, upon the trusts and for the intents and purposes following, viz. :
UPON TRUST as soon as conveniently might be after his said testator's decease, to call in and enforce payment of all debts, sum and sums of money which should be due to him upon mortgage or other security, and also to sell and convert into money all such other parts of his estate and effects as should not then consist of money in any manner they should deem most expedient and for the most money that they could obtain for the same, or as
should to them seem most reasonable.
other manner received under or by virtue of the now abstracting will,
UPON TRUST, to pay his said testator's debts, funeral, and testamentary expenses, and the pecuniary legacies thereinafter mentioned, and after payment thereof