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Copy, assignment of mortgage term

Reference Name 1-DIXON/1/F/1/20

George Skipworth, of South Kelsey, Esq., third son of Philip, and trustees (William Borman, of Irby, gent., and George Borman, of South Kelsey, gent.) to Sir Charles Morgan, of Tredegar, Mon., bart., Richard Clark, Esq., chamberlain of London, Robert Ray, of Montague Place, Russell Square, Esq., Miles Stinger, of Monument Yard, London, Esq., and Newman Knowles, Esq., recorder of London

[Recites will of Philip Skipworth 4 May 1824, settling most of landed estates on third son George together with £50,000 personalty to pay off incumbrances; mortgage by Philip Skipworth to Sir Edmund Antrobus, bart., and Sir Coutts Trotter, both of Strand, London, for £10,000, 20 and 21 May 1824; death of testator, 24 February 1825; payment off by George Skipworth of mortgages of £20,000 and £10,000, 12 and 13 September 1825; and above mortgage for £50,000 to enable him, among other things, to do so.]

(Schedule at end, giving 93 tenants, holding [together with land let to parish and house, garden and farm totalling 148 acres occupied by late P. Skipworth] total of 4,737 acres at total rent [incl. R. Tenny's water corn mill, £22] of £5,848.6.7. Largest farming tenants are G. Borman [358 acre farm in South Kelsey and 180 in North Kelsey], Charles Green [wharf and 206 acre farm], William Stothard [219 acres in South Kelsey and 64 in North Kelsey], executors of late Thomas Skipworth [496 South Kelsey and 61 in Thornton], George Skipworth [977 South Kelsey 18 North Kelsey], and William Skipworth [989 acres in South Kelsey, 111 in Thornton, 175 in Caistor and 132 in North Kelsey].).

Date: 14 Sep 1825

Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]


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