|~~ Your FamilyChest Document ~~|
|Date:||11 July 1825|
|Fair. Slightly grubbier than usual and with many pencil annotations.|
|Parchment : 2 sheets 56cm x 73cm with 2 wax seals and duty stamp. Includes a second Indenture of Surrender of 1907 written on the back of the second sheet. A plan of the property is shown in the margin.|
|Summary of contents:|
Thomas Hill of Brooksby Street, Parish of St Mary, Islington, Middlesex. Builder.
John Maley of Lower Southampton Street, Pentonville, Middlesex. Bacon Manufacturer,
Esther Carter of 13 Brooksby Street, Islington, London. Spinster.
Charles Knowles Rayson of 1 Upper Hamilton Terrace, St Johns Wood, London. Barrister.
Thomas Hill gives John Maley a lease of 99 years on house No 6 Brooksby street, Islington for £400 at a rent of £10 per annum.
By 1907 the residue of this lease 'by virtue of divers mesne assurances acts in the law and events' is vested in Esther Carter, while at the end of the lease, the reversion is vested in Charles Knowles Rayson. In the indenture of 1907 Esther Carter, for the sum of £460, surrenders the residue of the lease to Charles Rayson, but buys the freehold of the property.