|Date:||09 September 1872|
|SOLD - transcription available:||£15.00|
|Good consistent with age|
|Parchment : 2 sheets 72cm x 60cm 5 wax seals and signatures with revenue stamps.|
|Summary of contents|
Matthew Twells of Eastwood in the County of Nottingham. Colliery Agent.
Gervas Rowbottom of Beauvale, County of Nottingham Grocer.
James Chambers of Eastwood, County of Nottinghamshire. Blacksmith.
Thomas Winfield of Watnall, County of Nottinghamshire. Shoemaker.
George Tooth of Mount Street, Town of Nottingham. Currier.
The document begins by reciting the Will of Thomas Winfield senior (the father of the one in this contract) who died in 1834. He left his property to his wife, Elizabeth, during her lifetime and then to his son, Thomas Winfield, subject to payment of £30 to his daughter, Ann.
Then, in 1843, Thomas Winfield borrowed £60 from Matthew Twells on the security of his expectations under this Will. He borrowed a further £40 in 1847. Elizabeth Winfield, his mother, died in 1849 and the £30 to Ann (now Ann Giles) has been paid. Then in 1850, Thomas Winfield borrowed a further £40 from Matthew Twells, Gervas Rowbottom and James Chambers. Thomas Winfield is now selling property in Kimberley, Nottinghamshire, to George Tooth for £250, of which £140 is paid direct to the holders of the various mortgages.
The property consists of 2 areas of pasture in the township of Kimberley, Nottinghamshire, bounded on the North by the road from Watnall to Kimberley
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