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Conditional Surrender, 1819

St Pauls Walden

 

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St Pauls Walden

 

Dated 13th March 1819

Pauls Walden

 

Mr John Thrussell

to

Mr Richard Oakley

Copy

Conditional Surrender

 

 

A conditional surrender is the equivalent of a mortgage applied to copyhold property. In this case Richard Oakley lends 600 to John Thrussell on the security of copyhold buildings and land.

 

 

 

 
Conditional Surrender, St Pauls Walden, 1819

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Conditional Surrender, St Pauls Walden, 1819
The Manor of Paulswalden in the County of Hertford.   Manor of Pauls Walden

Be it Remembered that on the Thirteenth day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and nineteen John Thrussell of the Parish of Paulswalden in the County of Hertford Farmer (a customary or copyhold tenant of the said Manor) in consideration of the sum of six hundred Pounds of lawful money of Great Britain to him in hand paid by Richard Oakley the Sum endorce afternamed the Receipt whereof he the said John Thrussell doth hereby acknowledge ( and which sum of six hundred Pounds is the same sum as is mentioned in and intended to be further secure by a certain indenture bearing date the thirteenth day of February one thousand eight hundred and nineteen and made between the said John Thrussell of the one part and the said Richard Oakley of the other part on which said Indenture the ad valorum Duty payable in respect of the said six hundred Pounds is impressed ) Did out of Court surrender into the hands of the Lord of the said Manor by the Rod according to the custom thereof by the hands and acceptance of Baker John Sellow Sergeant at Law Steward of the said Manor  All that his customary messuage or tenement with the appurtenances  And also thirty acres of Arable and Pasture Land situate lying and being at Bendish in the Parish of Paulswalden aforesaid within and holden of the said Manor now in the occupation of the said John Thrussell to which he was admitted at a Court holden for the Manor on the eighteenth day of May one thousand seven hundred and ninety six(?) And also all that Messuage or Tenement and six Acres of Arable and Pasture Land  thereunto adjoining And all that piece of Land called Duckless Mead And also two other Pieces of Land lying on the North West part of Wither Field all situate lying and being in the Parish of Paulswalden within and holden of the said Manor and now in the occupation of the said John Thrussell and to which he was also admitted atthe same Court of the Eighteenth Day of May one thousand seven hundred and ninety six aforesaid And also all those Twelve Poles of Land being part of a close called Pound Close Ley ( and whereon a Messuage is now erected lying and being in the Parish of Paulswalden aforesaid within and holden of the same Manor And which said last mentioned Premises are now in the occupation of the said John Thrussell And to all which said last mentioned Premises the said John Thrussell was also admitted tenant at a Court holden for the said manor on or about the eighteenth day of May one thousand seven hundred and ninety six aforsaid as the Devisee of John Thrussell deceased together with all Buildings Barns Stables Yards Gardens Orchards Ways Passages Waters Watercourses Rights and Appurtenances whatsoever to the same Premises belonging or appertaining And all the Remainder and Reversions Rents Issues and Profits thereof And all the Estate Right Title and Interest of the said John Thrussell ( Party hereto ) his Heirs Executors or Administrators shall pay with the said Richard Oakley his Executors Administrators or Assigns in the Common Dining Hall of Lincolns Inn in the County of Middlesex between the hours of ten and twelve of the clock in the day the sum of six hundred Pounds of lawful money of Great Britain with lawful Interest for the same on the thirteenth day of August next ensuing the date hereof without any deduction whatsoever Then the said Surrender shall be void otherwise the same shall be and remain in full force and virtue.

John Thrussell

Copy Surrender (on paper duely stamped) taken out of court the day and year first above written   By Me  B J Sellow, Steward

  13th March 1810

John Thrussell

was paid 600 by

Richard Oakley

 

 

 

 

Baker John Sellow

Steward of the Manor

 

Bendish

 

Duckless Mead

Wither Field

 

 

Pond Close Ley

 

 

John Thrussell came into the property on 18th May 1796 following the death of John Thrussell senior

 

 

 

 

Arrangements for payment of interest, etc

Common Dinig Hall, Lincolns Inn