Mortgage. £200. (ii)-(i).
(i) Edward Pascoe, Sconhoe, St. Austell, gent.
John Hicks, Mevagissey, yeoman (trustees of will of Mr. Richard Andrew, decd.).
(ii) Sarah Ann Gifford, Devonport, spinster.
(Recital of will of Ric. Andrew, formerly of Trewithian, St. Wenn, yeo. (decd.) dated 1 June 1854. Real and personal estate to Ignatius Wilkins, surgeon, and James West, the testator's son in law on trust to pay testator's dtr. Mary Andrew (a lunatic) annuity of £35 and any other money needed to support her. This annuity charged on lands of Trewithen and Lantuel. Also on trust for trustees to pay testator's dtrs. Elizabeth Andrew and Boss Andrew annuity of £10 each which they remained unmarried. Also on trust for trustees to allow testator's dtrs. Elizabeth and Emma use of the parlour and cellar behind the same, the 2 bedrooms over the parlour and the cellar at testator's house at Trewithian 'and also to have the use of either the Kitchen or Hallchimney at the option of Testators Executors for the purpose of cooking victuals. Also on trust to pay testator's dtrs. Phillippa West and Anna Maria Pascoe the sum of £100 each, and his daughter Nanny Bennett Pinch £50. On trust to pay testator's dtr. Eliz. Andrew yearly sum of £7 for support and maintenance of testator's grand daughter Philippa Pascoe during her minority. Pascoe and her sister Phillippa Pascoe £25 within 2 years after they attain the age of 21 years or were married. Trustees should stand possessed of testator's real and personal estate until there was a sale under the power in testator's will and meanwhile to apply income and profits for sole use and benefit of testator's son Richard Andrew and his assigns during his life. After sale of estate, trustees to pay testator's expenses and debts and invest residue of the money. If they did not sell during life of testator's son there to be further trusts. Recital of codicil to will of 19 December 1854: annuity of £15 for life to be paid to testator's dtr. Emma Andrew. Annuity to be chargeable on Lantuel and Trewithian. Rec. testator died 31 May 1856. (Executors = trustees). Excrs. proved will 9 August 1856 in archdeaconry court of Cornwall. Rec. deed. of 21 January 1859 apptd. Edward Pascoe and J. L. S. Sole. sole trustees of the will. Recital of X 670/25. Recital estate of testator then still unsold, though annuities paid. Value of estate would not extend to pay legacies (though testamentary charges etc. paid).
(i)-(ii) - - mansion and barton farm of Trewithian, St. Wenn, occ. by Margaret Thomas (except Trewithian mill and house and stable and 3 closes of 3 acres, formerly in possession of Peter Curtis, then in posa. of Robert Hawkey, miller. Also 2 closes (formerly 1) adjoining known as Mill Lands (1½a.). formerly in possession of Ric. Andrew, decd.)
- - Lantuel in St. Wenn, formerly occ. by Ric. Andrew, decd, as tenant to Margaret Thomas. (Rec. conveyed to Richard Andrew by X 670/9). ((ii) could give 6 monthsnotice to sell estates of mortgage not redeemed).
Witd. John D. Pearce, clerk to Messrs. Sole and Gill, solicitors, Devonport.