Lease and Release for Goldney Hall [extract]
DM 1911/3/1 Bundle 3: (15 to 16 June 1705)
With the permission of the Director of Information Services, University of Bristol

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This Indenture Tripartite made the Fifteenth day of June in the fowerth year of the Reigne of our Sovereigne Lady Anne by the Grace of God of England Scotland France and Ireland Queen Defender of the faith etc Ann]oque D[o]m[ini] 1705 Between Rowland Baugh Alden Court in the Parish of Stokesy in the County of Salop Esquire and Mary his wife one of the daughters of the right Honourable Thomas Lord Foliott deceased of the first parte Thomas Goldney of the Citty of Bristoll Merchant of the second parte and James Wallis Merchant and Edward Hackett Grocer both of the same Citty of the third parte Witnesseth that the said Rowland Baugh and
Mary his wife for and in considerac[i]on of the Sum[m]e of Five shillings of lawfull money of England to them in hand by the said Thomas Goldney James Wallis and Edward Hackett well and truely payd The Receipt whereof he the said Rowland Baugh doth hereby acknowledge and thereof doth acquite exonerate and discharge the said Thomas Goldney James Wallis and Edward Hackett their heirs Executors and Administrators forever by these presents Have and each of them Hath demised granted bargained and Sold and by these presents Do and each of them Doth demise grant bargaine and Sell unto the said James Wallis and Edward Hackett All that Messuage or Tenement scituate lying and being in the parish of Clifton in the County of Gloucester late in the occupac[i]on of the said Thomas Lord Foliott and wherein the said Thomas Goldney now dwelleth together with the Orchard and Garden thereto belonging And alsoe all houses Outhouses Courts ways waters lights passages casements Commons commodityes advantages emoluments hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise apperteyning as fully to all intents and purposes as the same were lately held and enjoyed by the said Thomas Lord Foliott or as the same premises are now enjoyed by the said Thomas Goldney by Lease from the said Rowland Baugh and Mary his wife To have and to hold the said Messuage or Tenement Garden Orchard hereditaments and premises hereby bargained and Sold or menc[i]oned or intended to be hereby bargained and Sold and every parte and parcell thereof with the appurtenances And the Rents Reverc[i]ons Remainders and Services thereof unto the said James Wallis and Edward Hackett their Executors Administrators and Assigns from the day next before the day of the date of these presents for and during the terme [o]f one year from thence next ensuing and fully to be compleate and ended Yeilding and paying therefore one pepper corne in and upon the Feast of St. Michael the Archangell only if it be demanded To the end that by virtue of these presents and of the Statute for transferring of uses into possession they the said James Wallis and Edward Hackett may be in the actuall possession of the premises hereby bargained and Sold or intended to be hereby bargained and Sold and be thereby enabled to accept and take a Grant and Release of the Reverc[i]on and Inheritance thereof to them and their heirs To the only proper use and behoofe of the said James Wallis and Edward Hackett their heirs and Assigns forevermore In Witnesse whereof all the partys first above named to these present Indentures Tripartite interchangeably have sett their hands and Seals the day and year first above written.


This Indenture Tripartite made the Sixteenth day of June in the fowerth year of The Reigne of our Sovereigne Lady Anne by the grace of God of England Scotland France and Ireland Queen Defender of the faith etc An[n]oq[ue] D[o]m[ini] 1705: Betwene Rowland Baugh gen[tleman] of Al[…] Court in the Parish of Stokesy in the County of Salop Esquire and Mary his wife one of the Daughters of the right honoble Thomas Lord Folliott deceased of the first parte Thomas Goldney of the Citty of Bristol Merchant of the second parte and James Wallis Merchant and
Edward Hackett Grocer both of the same Citty of the third parte Witnesseth that the said Rowland Baugh and Mary his wife be and in considerac[i]on of the Summe of One Hundred pounds of lawful money of England to them in hand by the said Thomas Goldney and of Five shillings of like money by the said James Wallis and Edward Hackett well and [… ] before the ensealing and delivering of these presents The Receipt whereof he the said Rowland Baugh doth hereby acknowledge and thereof doth acquite exonerate and discharge the said Thomas Goldney James Wallis and Edward Hackett their heirs Executors and Adm[ini]strators forever by these presents have and each of them hath given granted bargained sold aliened enffeoffed [….] and confirmed and by these presents Do and each of them doth give grant bargaine sell alien enffeoffe release and confirme into the said James Wallis and Edward Hackett in their […] possession the […] by […] virtue of a Bargain and Sale to them thereof made for one whole year by Indenture dated the day next before the day of the date hereof and of the Statute for transferring of […] into possession and to their heirs and Assignes forever All that Messuage
or Tenement scituate lying and being in the Parish of Clifton in the County of Gloucester late in the occupac[i]on of the said Thomas Lord Folliot and wherein the said Thomas Goldney now dwelleth together with the Orchard and Garden thereto belonging…

[Left hand side]

Sealed and delivered by the within named Rowland Baugh
in the p[re]sence of

James Baskervile
Tho[mas] Torrnt
Isaac Dymer

[Right hand side]

Received of the withinnamed Thomas Goldney the
Sum[m]e of One hundred pounds being the full
considerac[i]on
money within menc[i]oned to be payd by him Witnes
my hand the day of the date withinwritten

Witnesses
James Baskervile                        A Baugh
Tho[mas] Torrnt
Isaac Dymer



 

 

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