1. Francis James Newman Rogers, of Rainscombe House, c. Wiltshire, and of the Inner Temple, London, and Julia Elenora his wife.
2. John Clayton Freeling, of the Excise Office, London, and Henry Daubenay, city of Bath, Colonel.
Reciting: Marriage Settlement by Lease and Release, 20-21 June 1822
1. Rev. James Rogers, Doctor in Divinity, and Catherine his wife, parents of Francis James Newman Rogers.
2. Francis James Newman Rogers.
3. Benjamin Currey, Esq.
Messuage at 12 Queen's Parade, p. Walcot, city of Bath, then in the occupation of Elizabeth Hawtrey, spinster. And the yards, outbuildings, and range of stables adjoining, late in the occupation of James Ford, Stable Keeper. To 2. with remainders.
Reciting: Agreement, 29 February 1832
1. Francis James Newman Rogers.
2. Dame Martha Rivers Gay.
Francis James Newman Rogers agrees to sell to Dame Martha Rivers Gay the premises known as 12 Queen's Parade for £550, the said purchase money to be invested in 3 1/2 % Bank Annuities in the names of Robert Savage of Bath, Gent. and the said Francis James Newman Rogers. Until a good title could be made to the premises, and a conveyance thereof executed, the proceeds to go to Francis James Newman Rogers.
Whereas the purchase money was in said manner invested.
Whereas 2. have requested that the premises be conveyed to them in trust.
Whereas Francis James Newman Rogers has received the full proceeds of the said agreement.
Now this indenture:
All that triangular piece of land, p. Walcot, as described on the plan annexed, and coloured red. Situate next to 12 Queen's Parade, on which various outbuildings and stables once stood, but which have since been taken down. From 1. to 2.