(i) Thos. Eyre, esq., of the City of Bath, and Lewis Allsopp Lowdham, esq., late of Nottingham, now of Lincoln's Inn, Middlesex. (ii) Catherine Eyre, wid., and Juliana Eyre, spinster both of Bath (iii) Mary Lowdham, wid., of Leicester, the said Lewis Allsopp Lowdham and Jesse Berridge, gent, of Leicester (iv) John Sparke, esq., late of Walsham le Willosw, co. Suff. now of Brighton, co. Sussex, (v) Mary Sparke wid. late of Walsham and now of Brighton, (vi) Jn. Amys, esq. of Rickinghall, co. Suff., (vii) Wm. Gambier, esq., of Sacombe Park, co. Herts., (viii) Wm. Pitcairn, esq., late of Tokenhouse Yard now of Copthall Buildings in the City of London, Jonathan Brundrett, gent., of the Inner Temple, Andrew Gregory Johnston, esq., of Fritton Hall, co. Suff., Timothy Steward, jun., brewer of the City of Norwich and Thos. Fowler Steward, gent., of Gt. Yarmouth; (ix) Arthur Steward, merchant, of Gt. Yarmouth, (x) Jn. Hector Munro, esq., of Lowestoft, co. Suff.
By (iv), in virtue of the powers reserved to him by indentures of lease, of 20 October 1814, 9 April 1819 and 10 October 1820, to (viii) as joint tenants, and by (vii) for £5,500 (part of the said purchase money of £25,500) with the consent of (iv) and at the direction of (i) and by (i) for £20,000, residue of the said sum, with the consent of (ii) and (iii) and by (iv), (v), (ii), (iii) and (i) for the sum of ten shillings each paid to them by (viii) of the manor of Netherhall alias North Hall and the freehold parts of a capital messuage or mansion house, coach house, barn, stables, buildings, yards, gardens, plantations, etc, in Walsham le Willows (45¾a.)viz. the mansion house, offices and yards (3a.2r.28p.); the Paddock (1a.2r.18p); Plantation (21p). the Lawn (32a.3r.8p.); the Plantation (1a.0r.12p.); and Plantation (6a.1r.27p); messuage and farm called the Church Farm, with barns, stables, orchards, etc., in Walsham (115a.)viz. Gowns Meadow (6a.3r.23p.), Hoxne's Meadow (6a.2r.4p.), First Beeches (6a.1r.29p), Second beeches (5a.2r.28p.), New Drift Plantation (1a.2r.18p.), part of Lawn (7a.) First Stony Lands (6a.1r.27p.), Stubbings (11a.1r.31p.) Middle Stoney Lands (6a.0r.2p.), Further Stoney Lands (7a.1r.8p.) Badwell Mill Field (9a.0r.28p.), Plantation (15p.), ditto (11p.), ditto (3r.22p.), ditto (16p.) Chequer Meadow (8a.3r.5p.), Hoxne Pasture (5a.2r.19p.), Middle Psture (4a.3r.20p.), Plantation (7p.), ditto (10p.), Second Palefield (5a.2r.17p.), First Pale meadow (3a. 2r. 35p.), Gallants Meadow (4a.2r.27p.), Brook meadow (4a.1r.26p.), The Drift or Hoxney [six] Lane (26p.), farmhouse and yards (1a.0r.30p.), cottage and gardnes (24p.), all in occupation of Wm. Brooks, excepting the New Drift Plantation, the six plantations, Hoxney Lane and the cottage and garden, in tenure of the said Jn.Sparke; piece of Lammas meadow (29a.3r.) (allotted to Jn. Sparke by the Award of 27 September 1819,) in Walsham le Willows, near to the said capital messuage and other messuages hereinbefore described, also in occupation of the said Wm. Brooks at the annual rent of £42; messuage and farm, with barns, stables, orchards, etc., in Walsham and Badwell Ash, (140a.) viz. farmhouse, etc., (3a.1r.10p.), Home field (5a.0r.26p.), Street Close (6a.1r.8p.); Chequer meadow (4a.2r.23p.), North Thieves Hedge field (9a.0r.23p.), Badwell Hill field (8a.3r.2p.), South Thieve's Hedge field (7a.1r.20p.); West Barn Field (6a.0r.26p.), barn and yard (26p.), Knave's Acre (1a.0r.15.p), Old Meadow (10a.3r.), Wood Close (6a.2r.10p.), Bryant's meadow (4a.0r.22p.), Seven Acres (7a. 2r.8.p.), The Great Growns (9a.1r.), East Barnfield (4a.0r.31p.), New field (10a.1r.), The Lawn (12a. 1r.19p.), Complins Close (8a.1r.30p.), The Drift (26p.) Plantation field (6a.2r.); First Bottom (7a.), three cottages and gardens (1r.10p.) two ditto (1r.12p.) Plantation with gate space (1r.16p.) ditto (1r.9p.), ditto (10.p), ditto (1r.8p), all, excepting the three cottages, two ditto and the four last mentioned plantations in occupation of Jn. Plummer at the annual rent of £177, and the cottages, etc., in tenure of Jn. Sparek; lands in Badwell Ash (34a.), viz. Further Bottom (7a.0r.15p.), Grove field (6a.2r.), Foot Path field (5a.0r.17p.) Plowed Horse shoes (2a.3r.30p), First Horse Shoe meadow (2a.0r.5p.), Farther ditto, (2a.2r.4.p), the Eight Acres (8a.2r.14p.) in occupation of the said Jn. Plummer at the annual rent of £41; messuage and farm called the Home Farm, with barns, stables, cottages, etc., in Walsham (119a.)viz. the Orchard (1a. 0r. 5p.), the farmhouse, yards, drifts, etc., (1a. 3r. 19p.), Doctor's Croft (6a.2r.37p.), Cow-well Lane (2r.), Howe Tops (7a.1r.37p.), Kemballs (7a. 0r.36p.), Great Johnson's (8a.0r.14p.), Broad Oaks (7a.0r.39p.), Little Johnson's (6a.0r. 34p.), Old Bean field (6a.1r.11p.), Old Ley (5a.0r.9p.), Wards Close (6a.1r.12p.), Winters Pightle (4a.2r.12p.), Reading's Upper Ley (7a.1r.6p.), Readings Pightle (2a.2r.13p.), cottage and garden (3r.30p.), Barn Pightle (2a.0r.35p.); Golden Croft (9a.0r.15p.), Upper Cook's field (6a.), Lower Cook's field and Flood Yard (9a.3r.21p.), Grocers Close (5a.0r.26p.), Readings Lower Ley (5a.1r.29p.), cottage, yards and gardens (3r.16p.), plantation (23p.), ditto (1r.), ditto (1r.34p.), ditto and waste (1r.), in occupation by Jn. Goddard, excepting the last mentioned cottage, yards and gardens and the four plantations and waste in occupation of the said Jn. Sparke; barn, yards and lands (40a.) in Walsham and Bardwell, viz. barn and yard (21p.), First Smiths Yards (5a.0r.10p.), Second Smith's Yards (6a.0r.13p.), Great Ploughed Smiths Yards (6a.3r.14p.), First Smiths Yards [six] (5a.2r.31p.), Further Smiths Yards (4a.2r.25p.), Further Adgins [six] (6a.1r.32p.), First Adgins (5a.1r.) in occupation of Robert Chandler at the annual rent of £47.10.0; messuage and farm called the North Hall Farm, with barns, stables, etc., (177a.) in Hepworth and Stanton, viz. farmhouse barn, yards, etc., (1a.0r.30p.), Broad Oaks (6a.0r.23p.), Braod Oak Plantation (1a.3r.14p.), Home Field (6a.2r.34p.), (being the allotment to Jn. Sparke as Lord of the Manor of Reeve's Hall with Master Stephens), Round stetch (7a.1r.10p.), Great Tufts (4a.2r.), Little Tufts (2a.1r.6p.), Plantation (20p.), Marlbro Field (3a.1r.31p.), Marlbro Plantation (25p.), Marlbro Meadow (4a. 0r.15p.), cottages with outbuildings, barn and yard, thereto belonging, (2r.11p.), Barn Meadow (5a.3r.29p.), Upper Clap Gate (7a.1r.27p.), Lower Clap Gate (5a.1r.25p.), Further Meadow (9a.1r.13p.), The Grove (4a.0r.11p.); [...] Fu ze Close, (15a.0r.36p.), Grove Close (6a.2r.22p.), Jolleys Meadow (4a.1a.21p.), May daiseys (2a.2r.8p.) Pit Field (6a.0r.36p.), Bottom field (4a.0r.28p.), Bottom Plantation (2a.0r.6p.), Scasseys Hole Grove (17a.2r.28p.), The Drift (1r.22p.), Furze Cover (7a.0r.16p.), Little Buckleys (3a. 2r.13p.), First Buckleys (4a.0r.32p.), Second Buckleys (4a.0r.13p.), Pakenham Grove (5a.1r.30p.), Keeper's Cottage and garden on Carmans [six] (30p.), Great Carmans (6a.2r.5p.), Little Carmans (4a.1r.32p.), Tylers (9a.0r.28p.), Clamps (3a.0r.20p.), in occupation of Jn. Elliott, with the exception of certain small plantations and woods (38a.3r.12p.), in tenure of Jn. Sparke; all tithes of the said messuages and lands in Walsham le Willows; (iv) and (v) covenant to surrender the copyholds, held of the Manors of Walsham and Walsham Church House, to the use of (viii); (vi) conveys to (ix) on the nomination of (viii), at the request of (i), (iv) and (v), and with the consent of (ii) and (iii) for payment of 10/-, all such parts of the said messuages, lands, etc., as were affected by the term of 500 years, granted to the said Wm. Baynes and the said Jn. Amys by the indenture recited in (1), to hold the same to (ix) for the residue of the term, upon trusts hereinafter mentioned; with the same consent and for the same sum, (vii) conveys to (x) all such parts of the said manor, messuages and lands as are affected by the three several terms of 1,000 years granted by the indentures recited (23), (26), and 30) to hold to (x) on the trusts hereinafter mentioned; the said several terms of 500 years and three terms of 1,000 years assigned to (ix) and (x) are upon trust for (viii), (viii) declaring that the said purchase money was paid by them from a joint account, and that in the event of the death of any of them the said Manor, messuages and lands should be come the absolute property of the survivors.
Recites: (1) indenture of 12 February 1787 (TEM.173/261/1)
(2) death of Wm. Baynes [one of the trustees] in June 1827.
(3) indenture [undated] (i) Jn. Amys (ii) Mary Sparke (iii) Jn. Sparke (party to the present decd.) (iv) -, appointing (iv)a trustee in place of Jn.Amys.
(4) surrender of the copyhold properties (of the manors of Walsham and of Walsham Church House) by Jn. Sparke, sen., to uses of his will, and recital of publication of his will, dated 23 April 1811, devising his Manor house in which he then resided with the coach-house, barns, stables, etc., and lands and cottages in Walsham, then in his own occupation, and in occupation of his bailiff, Wm., Brooks, (the cottages being lately pulled down and then rebuilding) to his w. Mary, for life, his other freehold and copyhold estates in Walsham to be charged with an annuity of £200 to his wife, if remaining a widow, the lands being devised to his son John and his heirs.
(5) death of Jn. Sparke (sen) 14 August 1814; will proved (P.C.C.) 2 Dec. 1814.
(6) Admission of Mary Sparke to copyholds of the Manor of Walsham, as above, as one tenement newly built parcel of the tenement called Cocks, etc., (as in TEM.173/261/9). which Jn. Sparke, sen., took up at a court by the same Manor, 12 May 1780 as nephew and heir at law of Ezekiel Sparke esq., decd. Jn. admitted at the same court (1814) to all other copyholds of the same Manor under the will of his father (as TEM.173/261/5), to which Jn. Sparke sen. was admitted 12 May 1780 as heir of Ezekiel Sparke, and also 1 a. of land between lands heretofore of Thos. Bennett E., the highway from Walsham to Badwell Ash N., and the procession way S., which Jn. Sparke, sen., was admitted 17 May 1804 on surrender of Jn.Amys; lands (as TEM.173/261/5) to which Jn. Sparke, sen., was admitted 6 Jan. 1809 on the surrender of Jn. Derisley.
(7) admission, 9 Nov. 1814, of Jn. Sparke to copyholds of the Manor of Walsham Church House, under the will of Jn. Sparke, decd. (as in [...] 16 /9).
(8) lease and release of 18-19 Oct. 1814 (TEM.173/261/3)
(9) lease and release of 1-2 January 1816; (i) Thos. Buckley, farmer, of Stanton, co. Suff. (ii) Chas. Parr (iii) Jn. Sparke (iv) Geo. Boldero (v) Wm. Pearson; 4 closes of freehold land called Cottons then late Lawrences at Upthorpe in Stanton, in a field called Bendrise (as in TEM.173/261/6)
(10) Admission of Jn. Sparke at a Court of the Manor of Walsham, 30 May 1817, on surrender of Jn. Plummer of Walsham, farmer, cottage, then late a stable, with a little yard in front and a piece of ground behind fenced out together with an outhouse, part of premises theretofore called the Chequer, then in occupation of Simon Frost; as admission of Jn. Sparke, at the same Court, on surrender of Rich. Lewis of Walsham yeoman, to a messuage theretofore for many years used as a public house called the Chequer, with buildings, yards and gardens (1 rood and 8 perches in Palmer Street) abutting on land theretofore of Wm. Complyn, since of Ezekiel Sparke and then of Jn. Sparke E., W. and S., and the highway N., formerly of Robt. Gawsell, in occupation of Rich. Lewis.
(11) lease and release of 30 June and 1 July 1819 (i) Jn. Sparke, (ii) Wm. Pearson (iii) Thos. Fielder, gent., of the Stock Exchange, City of London, (iv) Jn. Fielder, mortgage for £6,000 of properties as in TEM.173/261/6.
(12) award of allotments to Jn. Sparke by the Commissioners for the Enclosure of lands in Walsham le Willows, dated 27 September 1819
(13) lease and release of 30 June and 1 July 1814; (1) Thos. Fielder (ii) Jn. Sparke (iii) Catherine Eyre Assignment of mortgage to (iii) for £6,150.
(14) admission of Jn. Sparke at a court of the Manor of Walsham 26 May 1820, on surrender of Sam. Clamp, farmer, then late of Westhorpe, Co. Suff., late then of Walsham le Willows to 2¾a. formerly pasture, in Stanton, between lands formerly of Simon Searle on both parts, abutting N. on lands formerly of Jn.Hawes.
(15) lease and release of 14-15 December 1823, (i) Jn. Sparke (ii) Benjimin Isaac Samo, gent, of Lincoln's Inn Fields, (iii) Thos. Briggs, gent., of Lincoln's Inn Fields; mortgage (for £2,000) of a capital messuage in Walsham, formerly in occupation of Thos. Page; close formerly of Jn. Bryant, etc., (as TEM.173/259/1-3); messuage, barn, neathouse and stable, 3a. of meadow (as in TEM.173/261/9) and all other freehold messuages and lands of Jn. Sparke in Walsham and elsewhere (excepting lands in Hepworth) and parishes adjoining thereto.
(16) Lease and release of 2-3 August 1824 (i) Ezekiel Simpson (as trustee of Jn. Sparke) (ii) Catherine Eyre (iii) B.I. Samo (iv) Jn. Sparke (v) Julinana Eyre (vi) Thos. Eyre and Lewis Allsopp Lowdham (then Lewis Allsopp) reciting (a) lease and release of 30 June and 1 July 1819, and of 30 June and 1 July 1824. (b) £6,150 then due to Catherine Eyre. (c) lease and release of 14-15 December 1823; £2,000 then owing to B. I. Samo. (d) Juliana Eyre had agreed to advance £5,500 to Jn. Sparke, the sumowing to B.I.Samo to be paid out of this (e-) the sums respectively advanced by Catherine and Juliana Eyre to be considered equal so that neither should have priority in payment; further mortgage, for £3,500 to Jn. Sparke assignment of £2,000 to B.I.Samo Land as (TEM.173/261/11).
(17) indenture of 4 January 1825 (i) Jn. Sparke (ii) Catherine Eyre and Juliana Eyre (iii) Mary Lowdham, Lewis Allsopp Lowdham and Jesse Berridge (iv) Thos. Eyre and Lewis Allsopp Lowdham, further mortgage, for £8,350 to Jn. Sparke by Catherine Eyre, Mary Lowdham, L.A. Lowdham and Jesse Berridge in the proportions respectively, of £4,350 by Catherine Eyre and £4,000 by the other three. The security as in (TEM.173/16)
(18) lease and release of 1-2 May 1815, (i) Chas. Murton, farmer, of Stanton Downham, co. Suff. Jas. Stoughton, gent. (iii) Jn. Sparke and Jn. Wayman; messuage of Chas. Murton, with barn, stable, outhouses, gardens, etc., and several inclosures of pasture (6a) in Stanton, then in occupation of Jn. Carman,
(19) lease and release of 10-11 October 1815 (i) Edmund Smith, farmer, of Hepworth (ii) Jn. Sparke messuage, barn, stables, etc., and 24a. (Furze Piece, with orchard and spur way (6a.), Little Meadow (2a.), Great Meadow (4¾a.) Grove Close (6¼a), the Two Acres (2¼a.), the Further Two Acres (2¼a.), and all the lands of (i) in Hepworth and Wattisfield, theretofore the estate of Rdt. Wright; piece of land with a messuage and barn, etc., thereon, (6a.) in Stanton, formerly of Jn. Gillman, late in occupation of Thos. Sutton, afterwards of Jn. Green and then of the said Edmund Smith, and all other lands of Edmund Smith, copyhold of the Manor of Netherall alias Northall, surrendered to the use of Jn. Sparke at a court held on -
(20) lease and release of 8-9 April 1819 (i) Jn. Malbus Youngman, farmer, of Hepworth (ii) Meadows Taylor, gent., (iii) Jn. Sparke (iv) Wm. Pearson; that part of a piece of land called the Great Tufts, which was not sold by (i) to Jn. Sparke, sen., about 1805, and a field called Little Tuffts and Coppice called Tuffts (12a) in Hepworth, part of a farm in occupation of Edmund Beales, decd., since of Jas. Wales, and then of Jn. Malbus Youngman (21) lease and release of 9-10 October 1820 (i) Robt. Nunn, gent, of the West India Docks, London (iii) Eliz. Sparke Edgar, spinster, and Thos. Wal, jun., gent; (iv) Jn. Sparke (v) Eleazer Lawrance gent; Manor of Netherall alias North Hall, grove called Bury Wood (1¾a.) piece of freehold land (5¼a.) late part of Hepworth causeway Common, in Hepworth, in trust for the use of Jn. Sparke and his heirs.
(22) allotments made to Jn. Sparke under the inclosure of lands in Hepworth, 1817
(23) indenture of 11 October 1820 (i) Jn. Sparke (ii) Benjamin Cooper, gent, Mortgage, for £3,000 (£2,000 by Ben. Cooper and £1,000 by Jas. Cooper) of the Manor of Netherhall and the freehold messuages and lands comprised in (18), (19), (20) and (21), and also the said piece of land, messuage, barn and buildings, held of the Manor of Netherhall, to which Jn. Sparke was admitted on surrender of Edmund Smith (of which the copyhold ten. was extinguished by subsequent purchase of the Manor), and freehold parts of the said parcel of Lammas Land (30¼a.) allotted to Jn. Sparke under the Enclosure of Walsham le Willows; the monies not being repaid, Jn. Sparke covenanted to surrender the copyhold parts of the said parcel of Lammas Land as additional security.
(24) indenture of 4 November 1829 (i) Ben. and Jas. Cooper (ii) Jn. Sparke (iii) Wm. Gambier; the said sum of £3,000 being owing, with some arrear of interest; assignment of mortgage to (iii) for £3,000.
(25) indenture of same date as (TEM.173/261/24) and endorsed as the same; (i) Jn. Sparke (ii) Wn. Gambier; reciting that the arrears of interest referred to in (24) amounted to £460.7.0d and was paid by (ii.) to B. and J. Cooper; all messuages, lands, etc., of (i) now to be charged as security for the same sum in addition to the sum in (24)
(26) indenture of 30 August 1821; (i) Jn. Sparke (ii) Eliz. Johnson, spinster, of Ipswich. Mortgage, for £2,000, of a messuage called Scasseys Hole in Hepworth, and 65½ ac. Scasseys Hole Grove and Furze Cover etc., and allotments under Hepworth Enclosure (as TEM.173/261/12
(27) indenture of 26 August 1826, (i) Eliz. Johnson (ii) Jn. Sparke (iii) Frederick Francis Seekamp, esq., of Sproughton, co. Suff. (iv) Wm. Pearson; recting that the sum mentioned in (26) was unpaid by (ii) Assignment of mortgage (as TEM.173/261/26).
(28) indenture of 4 November 1829 (i) F.F.Seekamp (ii) Jn. Sparke (iii) Wm. Gambier; reciting that the sum in (27) was unpaid by (ii). Assignment of mortgage (as (TEM.173/261/26-27).
(29) indenture of same date as (24) and endorsed as the same: (i) Jn. Sparke (ii) Wm. Gambier, reciting that arrears of interest amounted to £319.3.7d; with the additional sums of £4.9.5. for certain costs incurred by F.F.Seekamp (for procurring repayment of the £2,000), was paid to Seekamp by Gambier; at the request of Jn. Sparke, all the said messuages, lands etc., of (i) to stand as security for the said £2,000 and the said £323.13.0d.
(30) indenture of 27 October 1819; (i) Jn. Sparke (ii) Mary Studd and Simon Halliday Mortgage, for £4,000, of the Manors of Russells alias Reveshalls and Master Stevens, and an allotment made to (i) under the Enclosure Act for Hepworth, in respect of the said manors, (and the capital messuage called Hepworth Hall, not intended to be hereby released)
(31) indenture of 27 September 1821 (i) Mary Studd and Simon Halliday (ii) Jn. Sparke (iii) Margaret Naunton, Wid., (since decd.) of Eyke, Co. Suff. Assignment of mortgage, for £4,000, (as 30).
(32) death of Margaret Naunton, before June 1823, having by her will, dated 8 December 1820 appointed Bartholomew Long, Thos Catlin and Joseph Parmenter Naunton Walford, executors who proved the will (in P.C.C.) 7 June 1823.
(33) indenture of 11 June 1829, endorsed on (31); (i) Thos. Catlin and Joseph P.N. Walford (who had survived the said Bartholomew Long), (ii) Jn. Sparke (iii) Jacob Mould, gent, deciting that the £4,000, with some arrears of interest, was then owing. Assignment of mortgage (as31).
(34) indenture of same date as (33), endorsed as (31); (i) Jn. Sparke, (ii) Jacob Mould; reciting that arrears of interest amounted to £483.13.2. (with additional £30. incurred by T. Catlin and J.P.N. Walford for procurring repayment). All the said messuages, lands, etc., of (i) to stand as security for the said £4,000 and the said £513.12.2.
(35) indenture of 4 November 1829, also endorsed on (31), (i) Jacob Mould (ii) Jn. Sparke (iii) Wm. Gambier, reciting that the sums mentioned in (34) were still owing to (i) but that all interest due had been paid. Assignment of Mortgage, for £4,513.12.2.
(36) lease and release of 3-4 January 1825; (i) Jn. Sparke, (ii) Catherine Eyre and Juliana Eyre (iii) Catherine Eyre, Mary Lowdham, Lewis Allsopp Lowdham and Jesse Berridge (iv) Thos. Eyre and Lewis Allsopp Lowdham, reciting; (20), indentures of 9-10 October 1820, (23), (30), (31), (32), indenture of 30 August 1824, (17), and reciting that upon the treaty for the loan of the said sum of £8,350, it was agreed that the premises comprised in the indentures, recited in (23), (30), (26) (without prejudice to the said indentures, and the several sums of money thereby secured) should be conveyed to (iv); now as further security for payment of the several sums of £6,150; £5,500 and £8,350, and interest, (i) at the request of (ii) and (iii), appointed that the lands comprised in the indentures, recited in (20) (without prejudice to the indenture recited in (23), remain to the use of (iv) upon the trust therein declared, and also that the Manor of Netherhall and lands comprised in the indentures recited in (21) to the same, (i) covenanting to surrender all copyhold premises of the Manor of Walsham to the use of (iv), upon trust for (i) to receive the profits, and for (iv), upon direction from (ii) and (iii) to sell the said messuages and lands, etc., and any coveyances to be effective without the participation of (i); the receipts of (iv) to be an effectual discharge for all sums received, the proceeds of the said sale, after payment of costs, to be used for the repayment to Catherine Eyre, of the sum of £6,150, and to Juliana Eyre the sum of £5,500, to the said Catherine, £4,350, and to Mary Lowdham, L.A.Lowdham and Jesse Berridge £4,000, and interest on the same respectively, the surplus, if any, to be paid to the said Jn. Sparke.
(37) the said several sums being unpaid, the said Thos Eyre and T. A. Lowdham, in pursance of the trusts reposed in them by indentures as recited in (16) and (17), and at the request of Catherine Eyre, Juliana Eyre, Mary Lowdham and Jesse Berridge, lately contracted with the said Wm. Pitcairn, Jonathan Brundrett, Andrew Gregory Johnston, Timothy Steward and Thos. Fowler Steward, for the sale to them of the Manor, messuages and lands (part of the properties comprised in (16) and (17), for the sum of £25,500, viz. the manor and the freehold parts of the property, with the timber, for £14,900 and the copyholds, and timber thereon, for £10,600.
(38) agreement of Mary Sparke to concur in the present indenture, to enable Thos Eyre and T.A. Lowdham, to calling their recited contract for sale, on lands devised to her by the will of Jn. Sparke, sen. decd., and for extinguishing her annuity of £200 devised to her during widowhood, and the annuity of £200, secured to her by the indenture recited in (1), the said annuities being otherwise provided for, the term of 500 years granted to Wm. Baynes and Jn. Amys is the said indenture (1) for receiving such annuity now to be assigned to the said Arthur Steward, in trust.
(39) the said principal sum of £3,460.7.0d secured to the said Wm. Gambier by the indentures recited in (24-25) and the sum of £2,323-13.0d secured to him by the indentures recited in (28-29) were then due and owing to him, but to enable the said Thos. Eyre and T.A. Lowdham to carry the said Contract with the said Wm. Pitcairn and others, Wm. Gambier agreed to accept the sum of £5,500 in part satisfaction of the said several principal sums and interest and to assign the three terms of one thousand years vested in him to the said Jn. Hector Munro, upon trusts thereinafter declared, the said Wm. Gambier being satisfied with the residue of the hereditaments comprised in the said indenture of mortgage, as security for the remainder of the said principal money and interest.
(40) the said Wm. Pitcairn, Jonathan Brundrett, Andrew Gregory Johnston, Tim. Steward and Thos. Fowler Steward requested that the properties should be conveyed to them as joint tenants.
(41) since the date of the several recited indentures the lands and hereditaments have, through alterations of fences and holding in one ownership lands formerly held separately, become changed from the description in the above-recited indentures, and are described hereafter, according to a 'recent survey'.
Plan of the estate attached, showing the fields (numbered) with names of owners of adjacent lands; list of field-names under the farms, refers to the field-numbers. [scale; 13.2in. to 1m. 29in.x38in. Ink and watercolour on the parchment. No surveyor named]