Lease and Surrender

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  • Reference
      GB 418 Booth/2/1/1/103
  • Dates of Creation
      19 Jul 1844 & 25 Dec 1861

Scope and Content

(1) Rev John Clowes of Broughton, clerk

Thomas Armstrong of Broughton, esq

John Bradshaw of Weaste, esq

Charles Smith of Broughton, esq

John Bradshaw Wanklyn of Salford, esq

(Trustees of the Standley Barn Charity)

(2) Rev Thomas Beach Whitehurst of Ampthill cty Bedford, clerk

(1) to (2) a plot of land in Piccadilly and several dwelling houses, warehouses, stables, a coachhouse and other buildings. With the covenant that within 1 year next ensuing (2) to erect and complete improvements of the dwelling houses and buildings as might be necessary to make their yearly value £78 1s 6d. With plan.

Term: from 25 Dec 1842 for 99 years

Rent: £39 0s 39d

Witnesses: Geo(rge) Maltby, solicitor's clerk

J. Eagles, solicitor

R. Whitmore, solicitor's clerk

With attached receipt from Humphrey Booth the Elder's Charity stating the receipt from (2) of half the rent due from him.

On verso:

SURRENDER

(1) as (2) above

(2) Trustees of the Booth Charity, as above

(1) to (2) land and premises as above

Witness: William Overall, solicitor's clerk