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Location: Newly built farm with buildings and land in
Persons Involved: Alexander Pringle, William Duffin, Edward
Dawall, the Reverend James Suttell Wood, John Abbay.
Contents: This indenture concerns the lease for a year of
the property described above from Pringle, Duffin, Dawall and Wood to Abbay.
Details about the persons involved are given along with the amount of monies
exchanged. Extensive information is provided about the property including field
names, their acreage, location and tenants. The document makes reference to an
indenture dated 1802 and to an Act of Parliament regarding enclosing open
fields at Whixley. The document closes with the rights and legal obligations of
the persons involved along with the terms and conditions of the lease that are
in fact factitious as this was in fact the first of a two-part sale of the
property, please see last paragraph.
Document: On vellum it remains in excellent condition.
Written in English the words are clear and legible throughout. On a single leaf
it measures approximately 25 ½ inches by 19 inches. Indented along the top
there is nice calligraphy at the start of the document. On the left is a blue
duty stamp with a piece of silver attached and at the base there are five
signatures with red wax seals. On the reverse there is a little more writing
and several other signatures.
Interesting Fact: The Lease and Release was a two-part
system used between 1535-1845 of conveying freehold property as well as other
rights and covenants without the need to be made public. Henry VIII had made
statue law to ensure that all freehold sales were made public so that the state
would know who was in possession of freehold property at any one time.
Leasehold however was exempt, thus those people wishing to keep the transaction
private first created a Lease. The rent and length of the lease were usually
nominal (normally five shillings and for a year) as this was simply a paper
exercise. The following day a Release would be created with the information
contained within it being factual as this was the actual sale. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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