Assignment of mortgage indenture, Shefford, Bedfordshire
||Assignment of mortgage indenture, Shefford, Bedfordshire
||26 Jan. 1725 (Date of memorandum on back of document: 26 June 1725)
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||Cambridge University Library, Department of Manuscripts and University Archives
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Whereas by Indenture dated 7 July 1721 [Doc 210] John Austin of Shefford mortgaged to Joseph Welch of Great Wymondley, Hertfordshire, certain land in Shefford for a term of five hundred years; and whereas the sum of money was not paid; and whereas a certain sum is now owing to Joseph Welch; and whereas Miles Smith of Henlow, Bedfordshire by will dated 14 October 1721 devised to his sister's children and grandchildren and to his niece's son certain sums and made Pemberton Bedford of Henlow, clerk, and Samuel Bedford of Southill, Bedfordshire his executors; and whereas John Austin applied to Pemberton Bedford and Samuel Bedford to borrow a certain sum; Joseph Welch assigns to Pemberton Bedford and Samuel Bedford the land in question for the residue of the term of five hundred years. If John Austin pays to Pemberton Bedford and Samuel Bedford a certain sum by a certain date, they agree to assign the land to him for the remainder of the term. Witnesses: George Fennell, Charles Noy.
On the back is a memorandum altering the date of the payment of the security and interest. Witnesses: the same. Two seals are attached.
Presented by Mrs Charles Williamson of Kempton, Bedfordshire, 20 April 1915
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