Catalogue description Release from trusteeship by Ewen Baillie Harvold, gentleman, of Ashby de la Zouche...

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Details of D547M/F20
Reference: D547M/F20

Release from trusteeship by Ewen Baillie Harvold, gentleman, of Ashby de la Zouche (county Leics.) and Helen Alicia Catherine, his wife, and Venerable Thomas Hill, archdeacon of Derby, of Hasland Hall, reciting assignment of 14/15 May 1820 between Rev. John Ward, vicar of Mickleover, and Rev. Thomas Hill (now archdeacon Hill), vicar of Elmton and Henry Chapman the younger, gentleman, of Mickleover, by which Ward released to Hill and Chapman a messuage in Mickleover with parcels of land purchased by Ward from Nathaniel Lord Scarsdale, subject to payment of sums secured thereon, on trusts mentioned in release, together with all household goods and furniture belonging to messuage; lands on trust to discharge mortgage and debts of Ward, surplus to Ward for life, remainder to Henry Chapman the elder of Strodhoe House (county Durham), the brother in law of Ward, and Mary his wife, for life, remainder to Mary Chapman, spinster, niece of Ward, for life, remainder to her children, and in default of issue to Richard Henry Cresswell, eldest son of Richard Cresswell and Alice his wife of Ravenstone, for ever; household goods in trust similarly; recites that Mary Chapman married Robert Dell, wine merchant, of Aylesbury, on 16 May 1820, and that John Ward died July 1820, Henry Chapman the elder died July 1825 and Mary his wife died September 1828; Mary and Robert Dell had issue Helen Alicia Catherine, who married Ewen Baillie Harrold; Henry Chapman younger died 15 Sept. 1845, Thomas Hill surviving; household effects were not more than sufficient to pay off debts of John Ward; in 1839 the messuage and lands (8 acres, 3 roods, 36 perches) was sold to Moses Harvey for £3,625, and money was invested; real estate remaining is detailed in schedule annexed; by indenture of 25 Aug. 1858 Thomas Hill resigned trusteeship in favour of Alfred Olivier esquire, of Ockbrook, and Charles Stanhope Burke Busby, gentleman, of Chesterfield; now Thomas Hill is released from his trusteeship.


Dated 26 Aug.

Date: 1858
Held by: Derbyshire Record Office, not available at The National Archives
Language: English

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