|~~ Your FamilyChest Document ~~|
|Date:||02 March 1731|
|BAD the document has suffered damage from moisture along one fold where it is badly stained and with tears up to 4 inches long. Probably legible (with much effort) to anyone familiar with the legal phraseology. (Transcription can be made to order).|
|Parchment : 4 sheets 61cm x 70cm with 2 wax seals, 2 signatures and revenue stamps. A separate Deed of 1738 with a further 4 seals / signatures has been added on the back of one sheet.|
|Summary of contents:|
The Rt Hon Charles, Earl of Tankerville.
Anne VYNER of the Parish of St George in the Fields, Westminster, Middlesex. Widow.
Peter HINDE of Leather Lane, Parish of St Andrew, Holbourne, Middlesex. Brewer.
Jonathan BOULTER of Cruchett Fryers (?) London. Distiller.
Samuel JACKSON of Ironmonger Lane, London. Gentleman.
We are told that in 1726 the Earl of Tankerville mortgaged property to Anne Vyner for £4000. That mortgage is now being split into two parts, with £2000 borrowed from Samuel Jackson and the other £2000 borrowed from Peter Hinde and Jonathan Boulter jointly.
The property consists of the Manor and township of Stamford (also known as Stamforth) in Northumberland.
In the second deed of 1738 the Earl of Tankerville appears to have remortgaged again, and Peter Hinde, Jonathan Boulter and Samuel Jackson are acknowledging that their money has been repaid.
The property consists of the Manor and township of Stamford (also known as Stamforth).
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