1. Thomas Chubb, of New Sarum, c. Wiltshire, Esq.
2. Thomas Howell, city of Bath, c. Somerset, Gent.
3. James Stallard the Younger, city of Bath, Gent.
4. Rev. Sir Henry Rivers, of Winchester, c. Southampton, Baronet.
5. Nathaniel Bayly, city of Bath, Gent.
Reciting: Mortgage, 1 September 1767
1. Ann Dallamore, p. Walcot, c. Somerset, Widow, and James Dallamore, city of Bath, Carpenter, only child of Ann Dallamore and Walter Dallamore.
2. Abel Moysey, city of Bath, Doctor in Physick.
3. Benjamin Allen, city of Bath, Banker.
2a. of arable land lying under Little Hill, from 1. to 2. for 500 years.
Reciting: Mortgage, 24 June 1775 [as partially recited in 0810/1/66/1]
1. Richard Brigdon Torvell.
2. John Hooper.
3. James Dallamore.
4. Thomas Whittington.
5. George Cooper of Freshford, c. Somerset, Gent.
2a. of arable land lying under Little Hill, to 5. in trust for 4. for the residue of a term of 500 years.
Whereas George Cooper made his will 20 December 1786, appointing his sister-in-law Mary Cooper as executrix.
Whereas Mary Cooper made her will, 2 February 1796, appointing her brother Robert Cooper, George Yalden Fort, Robert Freemantle and Thomas Chubb, executors thereof. Robert Cooper having died during her lifetime, her will was proved by George Yalden Fort, Robert Freemantle and Thomas Chubb.
Whereas George Yalden Fort and Robert Freemantle have since died, whereby Thomas Chubb is become sole executor of Mary Cooper, dec'd., and sole personal representative of George Cooper, dec'd.
Reciting further indentures as recited in 0810/1/66/1, and reciting 0810/1/66/1.
All that plot of ground now used as gardens, p. Walcot, (part of the said plot of ground formerly described as 2a. situate under Little Hill, or Beacon Hill, p. Walcot), containing 3r.20p., bounded on the south by a carriage road leading to Tyning Lane, on the north by Beacon Hill, on the west by messuage belonging to Mr Gray, city of Bath, Apothecary, and on the east by a wagon road leading from Tyning Lane to Beacon Hill, and the cottage thereon, now in the occupation of James Appleby. And also, all that other plot of ground (another part of the said 2a.) containing 6p., separated from the previous plot of ground only by the said wagon road to Beacon Hill, bounded on the west by the wagon road, on the north by Beacon Hill, on the east by lands of Sir Henry Rivers, and on the south by a carriage way of 20 feet wide. From 1. to 5. in trust for 4.
Endorsed: Assignment, 7 February 1817
1. Leticia Chubb, widow of Thomas Chubb, dec'd., George Ambrose Baker, Esq., and Rev. James Evans, Doctor in Divinity, all of New Sarum, c. Wiltshire, executors of the will of Thomas Chubb.
2. Thomas Howell.
3. James Stallard.
4. Rev. Sir Henry Rivers.
5. Nathanial Bayly.
Whereas upon forwarding the within written indenture for execution by Thomas Chubb 1. ascertained that he had been dead for some time, namely that he died on 12 March 1815, having made his will 17 February 1815, appointing 1. as his executors.
The premises as within, from 1. to 5. in trust for 4.