|~~ Your FamilyChest Document ~~|
|Date:||17 November 1870|
|Good consistent with age|
|Parchment : 1 sheet 57cm x 75cm with 2 wax seals (Note there is no revenue stamp).|
|Summary of contents:|
William Ingle (the elder) of Guildford, Surrey. Esquire.
William Ingle (the younger) of 10 Warnford Court, Throgmorton Street, London. Wine Merchant.
John Heseltine of The Stock Exchange, City of London. Esquire.
George Carter Morrison of Reigate, Surrey. Gentleman.
It seems that William Ingle (the younger) owes William Ingle (the elder) £6500. Of this total, £5000 of the debt is being transferred to John Heseltine and George Morrison.
ie John Heseltine and George Morrison are paying £5000 to William Ingle (the elder) but William Ingle (the younger) promises to repay the sum to them, meanwhile giving them a mortgage on copyhold property in the Manor of Crondall, Yorkshire.
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