|~~ Your FamilyChest Document ~~|
|Date:||21 January 1889|
|Good, consistent with age.|
|Parchment : 3 sheets 30cm x 48cm. Includes 3 other indentures of 27/11/1890, 21/06/1893 and 08/11/1893. Total of 5 signatures with wax seals and duty stamps.|
|Summary of contents:|
John Frederick Inkpen of Worthing, Sussex. Plumber, Painter and Glazier.
Robert James Inkpen of Worthing, Sussex. Painter.
Mary Ann Henchie wife of Elliott James Henchie of Balham, Surrey. Schoolmaster.
In the main indenture of 1889 John and Robert Inkpen are mortgaging property to Mary Henchie for £784/9/3d. The property is listed as below.
In the 1890 indenture, John and Robert Inkpen are repaying £100 and the property at number 10 Prospect Place is removed from the mortgage.
The next indenture of June 1893 removes the property at number 3 Montague Close from the mortgage. No money is repaid but Mrs Henchie is satisfied that the remaining properties are sufficient security.
In the final indenture of November 1893 the balance of the mortgage is paid off in full.
1. Tenement on East Side of Prospect Place, Worthing, formerly number 8 Prospect Place, but now number 10 Prospect Place.
2. Piece of land near the North Side of Sompting Street, Sompting, bounded on North Side by House Field.
3. 4 cottages in Sompting, bounded on the West by the garden of the Granby Inn and on the South by the Brewers Arms in the main street in Sompting.
4. Piece of land on the North Side of Sompting Street, Sompting, bounded on the East Side by the cottages (3), together with tenement and glass houses.
5. Tenement and piece of land in Parish of Broadwater known as number 3 Montague Place.
6. Piece of land in Worthing bounded by Ann Street on the North Side, on the East by Warwick Street, together with messuage known as number 15 Warwick Street, used and known as the Post Office in Worthing, also cottage known as number 9 Ann Street.
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