Lease for Years

  • This material is held at
  • Reference
      GB 418 Booth/2/2/1/44
  • Dates of Creation
      30 Sep 1836 & 24 Jun 1844
  • Physical Description
      2 items

Scope and Content

(1) John Ford of Sandbach,esq

William Hulton of Hulton Park, esq

Rev. John Clowes of Broughton, clerk

Thomas Hardman of Broughton, esq

(Trustees of the Trinity Chapel Estates)

(2) Samuel Booth of Salford, officiating minister of Trinity Chapel

(3) John Hutchinson of Bury, merchant

William Higton of Tean cty Stafford, clerk

(1) to (3), at the request of (2), a plot of land in Pendleton as marked out on a plan on the deed. With a covenant to build houses on the land.

Term: 99 years

Rent: £358 4s 3d

Witnesses: William Baron, solicitor's clerk

Charle Cooke, solicitor

R. M. Whitlow, solicitor

James Skerratt, solicitor

Thomas Darwell, solicitor's clerk

With counterpart

On verso:

SURRENDER

(1) William Hutchinson

John Hutchinson

William Higton, all of Bury, cotton spinners

(2) Junius Higton of Manchester, plumber and glazier

(3) William Matthews of Salford, joiner and builder

(4) Samuel Booth, incumbent of Trinity Chapel

(5) William Hulton the Elder, esq

Rev. John Clowes

Wilbraham Egerton of Tatton Park, esq

Hugh Hornby Birley of Broom House, Eccles

John Bradshaw of the Weaste, Pendleton, esq

Elias Chadwick of Swinton, esq

William Hulton the Younger of Hulton Park

(Trustees of the Trinity Chapel Estates)

(1) with the assent of (2), (3), and (4) surrender to (5) the plots of land and hereditaments granted by the above lease.