Page 2 of indenture entitled 'Conveyance of Lands in Stockton held by Lease for three Lives under the Bishop of Durham Mr. Reeve Mr. Thomas Smith and Mr. Rutter to Mr Samuel Smith

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1776-07-11
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Closes or Parcels of Ground with the Houses and Buildings thereupon boundering upon the said Lane leading to Hartburne on or towards the North upon the said Lane leading to Yarm on or towards the East upon other Lands of the said Henry Brown on or towards the South and upon other Lands of the said Henry Brown and the said Hartburne Beck and the Crookes on or towards the West and containing together by Estimation Seventy nine Acres two Roods and ten Perches or thereabouts With all Ways Easements and Appurtenances to the said several last mentioned premises belonging or appertaining In Trust for the said Henry Brown his heirs and Assigns in Severalty Under and subject nevertheless to the yearly Rent or Sum of fourteen pounds being the Residue of the said yearly Rent of twenty four pounds reserved in and by the said Indenture of Lease and thenceforth to become due or payable And also under and subject to seven twelfth parts of the ffines and ffees to be paid upon the Renewal of the said Lease and of all future Lease or Leases to be granted of the premises thereby released And also under and and subject to seven twelfth parts of all Taxes and Assessments thenceforth to become due or payable for or in Respect of the said premises And of the Covenants and Agreements reserved or contained in or by the said Indenture of Lease on the Lessees part to be performed and thenceforth to be performed And also subject to and charged and chargeable with the payment of the Sum of One thousand four hundred and fifty pounds being the Residue of the said Sum of two Thousand pounds and Interest And after taking Notice in the said last mentioned Indenture of Release that the said Oxbridge was a Charge upon the premises thereby released It is thereby agreed and declared that the said Oxbridge and the said Oxbridge Lane and the Causeway therein should at all Times thereafter when Occasion should require be repaired and made good by and at the equal Expence of the said Samuel Hall and Henry Brown their Heirs and Assigns And that the said several Premises thereinbefore limited In Trust for the said Samuel Hall and Henry Brown their Heirs and Assigns respectively as aforesaid should at all Times stand and be charged and chargeable with the Reparations aforesaid in equal Proportion And in the same Indenture of Release it is declared and agreed that in Case the said Samuel Hall and Henry Brown or either of them their or either of their Heirs or Assigns should think proper upon the Dropping of an of the said three Lives to have the said recited Indenture of Lease and the premises therein comprised in Severalty and new Leases to be granted thereof in Severalty according to the several Limitations thereinbefore thereof set forth then and in such Case a new Lease should be procured to be granted to the said Samuel Hall his Heirs and Assigns or as he or they should direct or appoint for the Lives of three persons to be then in being and the Life of the longest Liver of them of the said premises thereinbefore limited In Trust for him the said Samuel Hall his Heirs and Assigns as aforesaid Subject and charged and chargeable in like Manner as the same were thereinbefore agreed or mentioned And then and in such Case also a new Lease should be procured to be granted to the said Henry Brown his Heirs and Assigns or as he or they should direct or appoint for the Lives of three persons to be then in being and the Life of the longest Liver of them of the said premises thereinbefore limited In Trust for him the said Henry Brown his Heirs and Assigns as aforesaid Subject and charged and chargeable in like Manner as the same were thereinbefore agreed or mentioned And Whereas the said Indenture of Lease of the sixth Day of July One thousand seven hundred and forty five was afterwards on the Death of the said James Baker surrendered And thereupon the right Reverent ffather in God Richard late Lord Bishop of Durham by Indenture of Lease under the Seal of his County Palatinate duly executed with Livery of Seisin and bearing Date the seventeenth Day of October in the Year of our Lord One thousand seven hundred and fifty seven did demise grant and to farm lett unto the said Samuel Hall and Henry Brown their Heirs and Assigns the said Closes Grounds and premises comprised in the said Indenture of Lease of the sixth x x x Day of July One thousand seven hundred and forty five with the Appurtenances (Except the Woods Mines and Quarries within or upon the same premises and the powers and Liberties in the said Indenture of Lease of the seventeenth Day of October One thousand seven hundred and fifty seven relative to the said Woods Mines and Quarries) To hold the same demised premises unto the said Samuel Hall and Henry Brown their Heirs and Assigns from the making of the same Indenture for and during the natural Lives of the said George Wreay by the Description of George Wreay Son of John Wreay of Burnhope in the Parish of Longnewton in the said County of Durham) then aged about ffifty Years the said William Wilkinson then aged about thirty five Years and Jeffrey Gibson (son of Jeffrey Gibson of Redmarshall in the said County of Durham Yeoman) then aged about twenty three Years and the Life of the longest Liver of them at and under the yearly Rent of Twenty four pounds thereby reserved and made payable And Whereas by Articles of Agreement indented tripartite bearing Date the fourth Day of November in the Year of our Lord One thousand seven hundred and fifty seven and made or expressed to be made between the said Samuel Hall of the first part the said Henry Brown of the second part and the said William Sutton and William Sleigh of the third Part After reciting or taking Notice of the said Indentures of Lease and Release of the twentieth and twenty first Days of September One thousand seven hundred and fifty one and the said Indenture of Lease of the seventeenth Day of October One thousand seven hundred and fifty seven It is Witnessed declared and agreed that all and singular the said premises demised or granted to the said Samuel Hall and Henry Brown by the said Richard Late Lord Bishop of Durham by the said last mentioned Indenture of Lease with the Appurtenances should and might from Time to Time and at all Times thereafter during the natural Lives of the said George Wreay, William Wilkinson and Jeffrey Gibson the Son and the Life of the longest Liver of them remain continue and be to for and upon the several Trust Intents and purposes and under and subject to the yearly Rent Covenants Duties Services Agreements and Incumbrances in the said last mentioned Indenture of Release mentioned limited expressed and declared of and concerning the same And Whereas by Indentures of Lease and Release bearing Date respectively the second and third Days of January in the Year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and fifty eight and made or expressed to be made between the said Samuel Hall and Henry Brown of the one part and the said John Stapylton of the other part After taking Notice that there was then due and owing from the said Samuel Hall and Henry Brown to the said John Stapylton upon Mortgage of the Tenements thereinafter mentioned the Sum of Two thousand pounds And after reciting the said Indenture of Lease of the seventeenth Day of October one thousand seven hundred and fifty seven It is in and by the said last mentioned Indenture of Release Witnessed that in Consideration of the said Sum of Two thousand pounds x x x then due and owing as aforesaid and for better securing the Repayment thereof with Interest And in Consideration of the Sum of ten Shillings paid by the said John Stapylton to the said Samuel Hall and Henry Brown they the said Samuel Hall and Henry Brown did grant bargain sell release and confirm unto the said John Stapylton his Heirs and Assigns The said Closes and Grounds called the Uttercourt ffield, New Closes, Bell's Closes and Halburn and all other the premises demised or granted to the said Samuel Hall and Henry Brown in or by the said last mentioned Indenture of Lease with the Appurtenances To hold the same unto the said John Stapylton his Heirs and Assigns for and during the natural Lives of the said George Wreay, William Wilkinson and Jeffry Gibson the Son and the Life of the longest Liver of them And for ~ ~ ~ ~ all other the Estate and Interest of the said Samuel Hall and Henry Brown therein Subject to a proviso or Agreement in the said last mentioned Indenture of Release contained for Redemption of the same premises on payment by the said Samuel Hall and Henry Brown or either of them their or either of theirs Heirs Executors or Administrators to the said John Stapylton his Executors Administrators or Assigns of the Sum of Two thousand Pounds and Interest at a Time in the same Indenture mentioned and now past And Whereas the said Samuel Hall made and duly executed his last Will and Testament in Writing bearing Date on or about the eleventh Day of September in the Year of our Lord One thousand seven hundred and sixty two and thereby After devising his Copyhold Messuage in Stockton which he then inhabited and his Granaries Warehouses and Key near thereto

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