Catalogue description Lease and counterpart, in reversion, for 99 years, on lives of Samuell aged about 10,...

This record is held by Archives and Cornish Studies Service (formerly Cornwall Record Office)

Details of AR/4/203 - AR/4/204
Reference: AR/4/203 - AR/4/204
Description:

Lease and counterpart, in reversion, for 99 years, on lives of Samuell aged about 10, and Francis aged about 7, sons of (2); to commence from the death of James Phillips, yeoman

 

(1) Dame Frances Gifford of Lanherne, widow; and Mary Arundell of Lanherne, spinster

 

(2) John Stephens the younger of St Ives, merchant

 

Property Boskerres, now in the tenure of James Phillips, yeoman; tin and timber rights reserved

 

Consideration Surrender of lease dated 10 May 1728 determinable on the death of Thomas Meighan, son of Thomas Meighan, bookseller; and £90

 

Rent £1 6s. 8d.

 

Two capons yearly or 2s. 0d.

 

Two harvest journeys or 8d.

 

Two heriots or farleus of £5 on deaths of the lives

 

Covenants

 

To do common suit to the court and mill of the manor

 

To act as reeve if so elected

 

To act as a conventionary tenant of the manor

 

To repair and maintain the property

Date: 20 May 1738
Held by: Archives and Cornish Studies Service (formerly Cornwall Record Office), not available at The National Archives
Language: English

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