Annuity of £60 with bond and mortgage to secure the same.
Recites: (i) 21 May 1759. Bond, in the sum of £2,000, from (a) Samuel Durrant of Lewes, gentleman, to (b) George Constable of Burwash, gentleman, to secure payment of an annuity of £60 during the lifetime of Philadelphia, wife of William Watkins of Gethly, Co.Monmouth, Clerk, and daughter of the said Mary Constable.
(ii) 19, 21 May 1759. Mortgage in Fee Simple, to further secure payment of the said annuity of £60, from (a) the said Samuel Durrant to (b) the said George Constable, of a messuage and lands called Nenters in Rusper and Charlwood, Co.Surrey, (80a.), and of a messuage and lands called Chatfields in Newdigate, Co.Surrey, (120a.).
(iii) 21 May 1759. That The said George Constable had advanced unto the said Samuel Durrant the sum of £1,000 out of Monies belonging to the said Mary Constable, and that the said annuity was thereby conveyed to the said George Constable upon trust to receive the same for the benefit of such person as the said Philadelphia should direct, and in default of such direction for the benefit of the said Philadelphia.
(iv) 9, 10 June 1763. Assignment of Trust (by lease and release) from (a) the said George Constable by the direction of (b) the said Mary Constable, Philadelphia Watkins, and Samuel Durrant to (c) the said Mary Beard.
By this deed, (a) declared that she had been assigned the said annuity upon trust for the benefit of such person as the said Philadelphia should direct, and in default of such direction for the benefit of the said Philadelphia, and upon Trust that she should assign the said annuity, and the securities therefor, unto the said Philadelphia should she survive her husband, the said William Watkins.
Witnesses: Richard Johnson, Robert Carter, and Richard Dungate.