by Wendy Snarey

(13) Assignment of Mortgage – Goddard to Godsall – 7th November 1744

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On Cover: Assignment of Mortgage – Goddard to Godsall – 7th November 1744


This Indenture dated 7th November 1744 made between:

  1. John Goddard of Bredon baker
  2. William Walker of Tewkesbury shoemaker
  3. William Godsall of Tewkesbury tanner

Whereas by Indenture of Lease or Mortgage dated 28th January 1741 between:-

  1. William Walker
  2. William Spilman

William Walker granted to William Spilman 

All that Messuage situate in High Street having 
Messuage late in occupation of Nicholas Allen glover and now of John Kingsbury on north 
Messuage in possession of James Kingsbury on south –
extending from street to land of poor alms people together with all easements etc and free ingress and egress to and from the pump or well in the backside belonging to the Messuage on the side of said Messuage – to draw and carry away water during term thereby granted.

Proviso date now passed and mortgage of £12 was passed to John Goddard subject to William Walker paying John Goddard £40 + interest

Now this Indenture witnesseth that for £40 paid to John Goddard by William Godsall and for further sum of £20 to William Walker the mortgage and premises were transferred to William Godsall


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