|~~ Your FamilyChest Document ~~|
|Date:||22 April 1897|
|Good, consistent with age.|
|Parchment : 2 sheets 40cm x 26cm with 6 wax seals and revenue stamps. Includes a second Indenture of 1900 written on the cover.|
|Summary of contents:|
|PARTIES (1897 CONTRACT)
Frederick SIMPSON of Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire. Timber Merchant.
John Arthur HOLDSWORTH of Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire. Timber Merchant.
Frederick Charles MIDGLEY of Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire. Timber Merchant.
(Additional party to 1900 contract)
Reginald Hawkesworth BARKER of Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire. Gentleman.
Frederick SIMPSON is borrowing £500 from John Holdsworth and Frederick Midgley on the security of property in Hull. The property consists of 3 plots of land on the East Side of Division Road in the Parish of Holy Trinity, Hull. They contain 684 square yards, 655 square yards and 770 square yards and the 3 plots have, respectively, 7, 6 and 8 dwelling houses lately erected thereon.
In the second Indenture of 1900 the mortgage is transferred to Reginald Barker. The sum of £500 is still outstanding.