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  • B&NES Record Office
Reference number
  • 0534/1
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  • 1. Frances Catherall, city of Westchester, c. Chester, Spinster. Only Sister and heiress at law of Samuel Catherall late of Englishcombe, c. Somerset, Clerk. dec'd. 2. Thomas Champneys, of Orchardleigh, c. Somerset, Esq., son and heir and executor of the last will of Richard Champney, dec'd, who was the surviving trustee for Samuel Catherall. 3. Philip James Gibbs of Trowbridge, c. wiltshire, Esq. 4. Thomas Phipps of Westbury Leigh, c. Wiltshire, Esq. Recites: Indenture 7 April 1715 1. Gabrial Hale then late of Cottles, p. Alford, c. Wiltshire and Amy his wife, only child and heiress of Edward Bisse, sometime of Dean, c. Somerset and later of Frampton Cotterall, c. Gloucester. 2. John Symons of Clowerwall, c. Gloucester, Gent. 3. Samuel Catherall of Priston, c. Somerset, Clerk. 4. John Jennens, city of Bath, c. Somerset, Esq. Recites: Mortgage by Bargain and Sale for 1000 years. 29 September, Charles II 32 (1677) 1. Elenor Bisse, city of Wells, c. Somerset, widow of Edward Bisse. 2. Joseph Langton, Newton Park, c. Somerset. The Rectory of Englishcombe with all lands thereunto belonging. Consideration: £500 Defeazable on the payment of £500 and interest. Recites: Indenture, 24 April, Charles II 32 (1680) 1. Joseph Langton. 2. Edward Bisse, son of Elenor Bisse and Edward Bisse. 3. Richard Baker of Sopers, p. Walcott. Failure having been made in performance of the condition in the last recited indenture. 1. assigns to 3. the Rectory of Englishcombe with all lands thereunto belonging. Consideration: Mentioned but not defined. Defeazable on the payment of £540 and interest. Whereas Richard baker afterward died having named Grace Baker, Spinster, and Nicholas Baker, executors to his last will and testament. Whereas Grace Baker married James Blanchard, Gent. Whereas the said executors agreed to share and divide the estate between them, 1 Moiety to James Blanchard and Grace his wife, and 1 Moiety to Nicholas Baker, by such agreement the said mortgage and money thereby secured fell and happened to the share of the said James Blanchard and Grace his wife. Whereas the said Nicholas baker released his interest in the said premises to the said James Blanchard and Grace his wife. And Further that Harry Symes then late of Frampton Cotterell, Esq. dec'd., then late father to Jane Bisse and father in law to John Jacob Esq., by his last will dated 28 January, Charles II 13 (1661), being owed £3000 by Edward Georges gives £1500 thereof to John Jacob and Susan his wife, and £1500 to his wife Anne and John Jacob and Thomas Edwards and Nathaniel Friend in trust for Jane Bisse his daughter. Recites: Indenture, 4 June Charles II 35 (1683) 1. James Blanchard and Grace his wife. 2. Edward Bisse and Jane his wife. 3. Anne Symes, John Jacob, Thomas Edwards and Nathaniel Friend Edward Bisse having paid to 1. the interest on the sum of £540, and the sum of £40 The Rectory of Englishcombe with all lands thereunto belonging. Consideration: £500 from 3. to 1. Recites: Bargain and Sale, 1 May 1695 1. Edward Bisse and Jane his wife. 2. John Jacob, Thomas Edwards, and Nathaniel Friend 3. Hammond Witherly, city of Bristol, Esq. The sum of £500 still being owed and £350 interest also being owed. The Rectory of Englishcombe with all lands thereunto belonging. Consideration: £500 from 3. to Jane Bisse of 1. and £500 from 3. to 2., and £250 from 3. to Edward Bisse of 1. Defeazable on the payment of £1100 and interest (£1200). Whereas after the making of the last recited indenture Edward Bisse died, and the premises passed to Amy Bisse, wife of Gabriel Hale, his only child and heiress. Recites: Bargain and Sale, 10 June 1699 1. Hammond Witherly 2. Gabriel Hale and Amy his wife. 3. Elizabeth Hine Whereas default was made on the previously mentioned payments, the sum of £1200 now being owed by 2. to 1. The Rectory of Englishcombe with all lands thereunto belonging. Consideration: £1200 from 3. to 1. Defeazable on the payment of £1200 and interest (£1260). Recites: Indenture, 29 July 1703 1. Elizabeth Hine 2. Gabriel Hale and Amy his wife. 3. John Symons Whereas default was made on the previously mentioned payments, the sum of £1200 now being owed by 2. to 1. The Rectory of Englishcombe with all lands thereunto belonging. Consideration: £1200 from 3. to 1.. Defeasable on the payment of £1200 and interest (£1230). Whereas default was made on the payment of £1230, an account made 30 July 1712, the sum of £1713 now being owed by Gabriel Hale and Amy his wife to John Symons, it was agreed that the estate should stand charged of that amount. Whereas default was made on the payment of £1713 with interest, the sum of £1890.13.6 then being owed by Gabriel Hale and Amy his wife to John Symons. Whereas Samuel Catherall has agreed with Gabriel hale and Amy his wife for the absolute purchase of the mortgaged property for the sum of £2166.17.6, out of which the said mortgage was first to be paid. The said Samuel Catherall wanting part of the money to do this borrowed £800 from John Jennens, for securing the payment thereof it was agreed that the mortgaged premises should be assigned to John Jennens by the indenture dated 7 April 1715 The Rectory of Englishcombe with all lands thereunto belonging. Consideration: £1090.13.6 from Samuel Catherall of 3. to John Symons of 2., and £800 from John Jennens of 4. to John Symons of 2. Defeazable on the payment of £800 and interest (£820). Recites: Indenture, 4 July 1720 1. Samuel Catherall 2. John Jennens 3. Richard Champney of Orchardleigh and Hodges Strachey of Sutton Court, c. Somerset Whereas all interest had been paid but the sum of £800 was unpaid. The Rectory of Englishcombe with all lands thereunto belonging. Consideration: £800 from 1. to 2. Recites: The last Will and Testament of Samuel Catherall, 10 February 1721 Devised the premises to Hodges Strachey and Richard Champney for 500 years, in trust that they should by sale or mortgage of any part of the premises raise money sufficient to pay the debts of Samuel Catherall. Whereas in pursuance of a decree in Chancery the said Richard Champney and Hodges Strachey made a demise of 450 years only of the term of 500 years. The said term of 450 years having been assigned to Richard Whatley of Bradford, in trust for Philip James Gibbs who has purchased the same and the remaining 50 years of the term of 500 years still in the hands of Thomas Champney, as the legal representative of Richard Champney, dec'd. Whereas Philip James Gibbs is desirous that the said terms are not extinguished but kept on and assigned to a trustee of his nomination. This intendure witnesseth; The Rectory of Englishcombe with all lands thereunto belonging, from 2. as trustee of 1., to 4. as trustee of 3.
Date
  • 3 December 1766
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  • 1
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