Conveyance

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Edward Day of York, linen draper, and James Taylor of York, tea dealer, trustees according to the will of Martha Hodgson of Heslington, widow, deceased; Mary Pückler, widow of Arthur Pükler, late of Vienna, Austria, deceased, formerly Mary Spurr, daughter of Mary Spurr the wife of John Spurr of York, chemist and druggist, deceased, and niece and devisee according to the will of Alice Hodgson late of York, spinster, deceased; George John Yarburgh of Heslington Hall, esq.
A messuage or dwellinghouse with outbuildings, gardens, and appurtenances containing altogether 16 poles, formerly in the occupation of Martha Hodgson and now in that of Robert Key, and a small garden held with the house, containing 2½ poles; a messuage or tenement formerly in the tenure or occupation of William Gregg, now dividied into two tenements in the occupations of John Lonsdale and Jane Kempley, with a yard or garden containing 9 poles; an undivided 1/3 with all other shares belonging to Mary Pükler in a messuage, tenement, or dwellinghouse with the outbuildings and appurtenances adjoining on the south-east of the above messuage, containing 3½ poles, with the garden (part of which was formerly a croft) to the south-east of the same, containing 1 rood 34 poles, both formerly in the occupation of Captain Porter. (The property delineated on map).
The plot of 9 poles is subject to a right of way for the oweners of the unconveyed parts of the messuage of 3½ poles and the garden of 1 rood 34 poles, connecting the two.
Refers to wills of Martha Hodgson and Alice Hodgson, and the descent of the property to Pükler.
Pükler covenants for her title, Yarburgh's peaceful possession without encumbrance from herself or Martha or Alice Hodgson, and for assurance of title.
Day and Taylor covenant individually for unencumbrance.
£390 from Yarburgh to Pükler.
10s. from Yarburgh to each of Day and Taylor.

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