by Wendy Snarey

(25) Assignment of Mortgage – Hughes to Nash – 17th June 1772

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On Cover: Assignment of Mortgage – Thomas Hughes at direction of Messrs Hawkins and Insoll to John Nash – 17th June 1772

Document - Indenture dated 17th June 1772 made between:-

  1. Thomas Hughes of Tewkesbury yeoman
  2. George Hawkins of Tewkesbury haberdasher of hats
  3. Richard Insoll the younger of Tewkesbury yeoman
  4. John Nash of Twyning

WHEREAS by Indenture Tripartite dated 24th May 1759 between:- George Hawkins; Daniel Insoll; Thomas Hughes – reciting that by Indenture Tripartite dated 25th November 1752 made between

  1. John Hawling then of Tewkesbury gent since deceased
  2. Daniel Insoll
  3. George Hawkins

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It is recited that by Indenture dated 15th February 1731 between:

  1. Samuel Hayward of Alderton clerk
  2. Sarah Jones of Tewkesbury widow and relict of Ralph Jones then late of Tewkesbury innholder deceased
  3. John Hawlings

It is recited by last Indenture that by Indenture dated 25th December 1727 made between

  1. Sarah Jones
  2. Samuel Hayward

said Sarah Jones for consideration therein mentioned did grant to Samuel Hayward amongst other things –

ALL THAT MESSUAGE in High Street theretofore in possession of Nicholas Allen late of Richard Bubb and then in occupation of John Peace baker – having Messuage of James Kingsbury on north and Messuage in possession of Bartholomew Sweet on south

To hold to Samuel Hayward from 23rd December then last for 1000 years at peppercorn rent with proviso for redemption on payment of £80 + interest

And said Indenture of 15th February 1731 also reciting that Samuel Hayward did assign and Sarah Jones ratified and set over to John Hawling – to hold to John Hawling the premises subject to proviso of redemption by said Sarah Jones paying to John Hawling £82

AND said Indenture 25th December 1752 also reciting that said John Hawling had been paid £20 and that equity of redemption freehold & inheritance of premises belonged to Daniel Insoll

It is thereby witnessed that for consideration therein expressed said John Hawling did set over and Daniel Insoll ratified to said George Hawkins all the premises therein mentioned subject to proviso in Indenture dated 1752 by Daniel Insoll paying to George Hawkins £80 + interest

AND NOW RECITING Indenture of 24th May 1759 further reciting that said Daniel Insoll by his Deed Poll dated 26th May 1756 annexed to Indenture 25th November 1752 in consideration for a furthe £22-13s-0d paid by George Hawkins charged premises with payment of £80 + £22-13s-0d + interest

AND FURTHER Reciting that sum of £118-0s-6d then accrued due from Daniel Insoll to George Hawkins and that Joseph Heath the tenant then in possession having lately attorned to said George Hawkins with the consent of Daniel Insoll – George Hawkins received £2-14s-9d – the rent  - which had been deducted so that sum now due is £115-5s-9d

And further reciting that George Hawkins and Daniel Insoll hath agreed for George Hawkins purchasing the redemption freehold and inheritance for £14-14s-3d and that it being intended that said mortgage term should be preserved a subsisting estate the same was with that intent assigned by George Hawkins to Thomas Hughes in trust

AND WHEREAS there is now owing to George Hawkins £80 and George Hawkins having occasion for said money Richard Insoll hath prevailed with said John Nash to lend him same and it is agreed bwteen parties to those presents

NOW THIS INDENTURE WITNESSETH that for and in consideration of £80 paid to George Hawkins by John Nash at request of Richard Insoll and 5s-0d to Thomas Hughes the premises is set over to John Nash

And Richard Insoll to insure against fire for the amount owing so long as any amount outstanding

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