|~~ Your FamilyChest Document ~~|
|Date:||04 December 1928|
|Good consistent with age|
|Paper: 4 sheets, 23cmx29cm with 3 wax seals, signatures and revenue stamp. Plan of property inside the front cover. Includes other sheets relating to land registry searches.|
|Summary of contents:|
Henry MASSEY of Bickerstaffe Street, St Helens, Lancashire (Surveyor)
Samuel James AINGE of 95 Harris Street, St Helens,Lancashire (Estate Agent)
James HIGHCOCK of 1 Smith Street, St Helens, Lancashire (Miner)
The document begins by reciting that in January 1928 Henry Massey granted a 999 year lease to Samuel Ainge on a plot of land of 2266 square yards in Smith Street, St Helens. Then, in February 1928, Samuel Ainge mortgaged it to Henry Massey for £200.
Since then, the plot appears to have been divided into six plots each with a house built on it. Three of these houses have since been sold to various purchasers during 1923.
In this indenture, the house at number 1 Smith Street, is being sold to James Highcock for £385. Of this, £273 is being paid direct to Henry Massey to release the mortgage.
Some separate pieces of paper are included which relate to Land Registry searches made 4 December 1928 for the three names listed above who are party to this sale.
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