|~~ Your FamilyChest Document ~~|
|Date:||17 June 1874|
|Good consistent with age|
|Parchment : 2 sheets 60cm x 72cm with a second indenture written on the back of the second sheet. Total of 3 wax seals, signatures and revenue stamps.|
|Summary of contents:|
The Kingston upon Hill Industrial and Provident Working men's Dwellinghouse Society Ltd ("The Society").
Richard SMALLEY of Lune Villa near Lancaster, Lancashire. Gentleman.
William HOUSMAN of Hornby, Lancashire. Gentleman.
The Society is borrowing £2600 from Richard Smalley and William Housman on a mortgage on property in Hull. It consists of a piece of ground of 14,781 square yards on the West side of Glasgow Street, in Newington, Kingston upon Hill. It contains 26 dwelling houses numbered 56 to 106 (even numbers only) Glasgow Street, of which number 68 is intended to be a shop.
A second Indenture of 1876 has been added in which Richard Smalley has taken over the whole of the mortgage and William Housman releases all his rights to the property.
The document has a large wax seal of the society (now somewhat cracked) and is signed by three officers of the society.
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