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28 February 1871, Property in Lostwithiel

This Indenture made the Twenty eighth
day of February One
thousand eight hundred and seventy one Between William Scantlebury Rundle
of the parish of Saint Veep in the County of Cornwall Gentleman and Thomas Commins of the
Borough of Bodmin in the said County Gentleman of the one part and Hugh Santo of Lostwithiel in the
said County Yeoman John Olford of the same place Merchant John Santo of the same place Butcher
Joseph Jeffery of the same place Cordwainer Jonothan Geach of the same place Mason
James Morrish of the same place Yeoman and Philip Liddicoat of the parish of Saint Winnow
in the said County Butcher of the other part Whereas James Parkin late of Lostwithiel aforesaid
Merchant deceased was at the time of his death lawfully possessed of the messuages or dwelling houses hereditaments
and premises hereinafter described and intended to be hereby demised with the appurtenances for the residue of a
certain term of ninety nine years granted therein by a certain Indenture of Lease dated the Thirtieth day of September
One thousand eight hundred and thirteen by Dame Elizabeth Morshead to Joseph Pascoe therein described and
which said term is now determinable on the death of Stephen Pascoe the son of said Joseph Pascoe And
whereas the said James Parkin duly made and published his last Will and Testament in writing
dated the tenth day of September One thousand eight hundred and fifty nine whereby after making certain devises
and bequests as therein mentioned gave devised and bequeathed all the rest residue and remainder of his goods chattels
money and all other his Leasehold and personal Estate and all his Freehold Copyhold messuages lands and
hereditaments including the messuages or dwelling houses hereditaments and premises hereinafter described and
intended to be hereby demised with the appurtenances unto the said William Scantlebury Rundle and Thomas
Commins To hold to them their heirs Executors administrators or assigns respectively upon certain trusts therein
mentioned And whereas the said James Parken died on the eighteenth day of January One thousand
eight hundred and sixty four without having altered or revoked his said Will and the same was duly proved in the
District Registry of Her Majesty’s Court of Probate at Bodmin on the second day of March One thousand eight
hundred and sixty four by the said William Scantlebury Rundle and Thomas Commins the Executors named
in the said Will Now this Indenture witnesseth that for and in consideration of the yearly rent
covenants and conditions hereinafter contained on the part of the said Hugh Santo John Olford John Santo
Joseph Jeffery Jonothan Geach James Morrish and Philip Liddicoat theirs Executors administrators and assigns
respectively to be paid kept done and performed They the said William Scantlebury Rundle and Thomas
Commins Do demise and lease unto the said Hugh Santo John Olford John Santo Joseph Jeffery Jonothan Geach
James Morrish and Philip Liddicoat their Executors administrators and assigns respectively All those
two messuages or dwelling houses situate in the Borough of Lostwithiel aforesaid together with the Courtlage and
Outhouses thereto belonging (being the same hereditaments and premises as were comprised in the said Indenture
of Lease of the Thirtieth day of September One thousand eight hundred and thirteen hereinbefore referred to) and which
said messuages or dwelling houses hereditaments and premises are now in the respective occupations of Thomas
Langdon and Betsy Matthews Excepting and always reserving out of this present grant
and demise All things excepted and reserved on the Original Lease thereof To have and to hold
the said messuages or dwelling houses hereditaments and premises hereby demised unto the said Hugh Santo John
Olford John Santo Joseph Jeffery Jonothan Geach James Morrish and Philip Liddicoat their Executors
administrators and assigns respectively from the Twenty fifth day of March next for and during the term of
Twenty one years fully to be complete and ended if the said Stephen Pascoe should so long live They the said Hugh
Santo John Olford John Santo Joseph Jeffery Jonothan Geach James Morrish and Philip Liddicoat their
Executors administrators and assigns Yielding and Laying therefore yearly and every year
from the commencement and during the said term unto the said William Scantlebury Rundle and Thomas
Commins their Executors administrators or assigns the clear yearly or sum of Four pounds fifteen shillings of good and lawful
money of Great Britain by even and equal quarterly payments at the four most usual feasts or days of
payment of rent in the year that is to say at Midsummer day Michalmas day Christmas day and Lady day in
every year the first payment thereof to begin and be made at Midsummer next And the said Hugh
Santo John Olford John Santo Joseph Jeffery Jonothan Geach James Morrish and Philip Liddicoat do
hereby for themselves their heirs Executors administrators and assigns respectively covenant promise and
agree to and with the said William Scantlebury Rundle and Thomas Commins their Executors
administrators and assigns respectively in manner following that is to say that they the said Hugh
Santo John Olford John Santo Joseph Jeffery Jonothan Geach James Morrish and Philip Liddicoat
their Executors administrators and assigns respectively shall and will well and truly pay or cause
to be paid unto the William Scantlebury Rundle and Thomas Commins their Executors
administrators or assigns the said yearly rent of Four pounds fifteen shillings on the days and times
hereinbefore limited or mentioned for payment of the same And also shall and will pay or
cause to be paid all rates taxes rent charges in lieu of tithes and outgoings (except the property or
Income tax) during the said term Provided always that if the said yearly rent
shall be behind and unpaid in part or in all by the space of Twenty days next after any or either
of the days or times whereon the same ought and is hereby limited to be paid as aforesaid being lawfully
demanded and then not paid and no sufficient distress on or upon the said demised premises in the
meantime can or may be had for recovering the same together with the arrears thereof if any Or
if the said Hugh Santo John Olford John Santo Joseph Jeffery Jonothan Geach James
Morrish and Philip Liddicoat their Executors administrators and assigns respectively do not in
all things well and truly observe perform fulfil and keep all and every of the covenants conditions
and agreements herein on their part contained That then and from thenceforth for all any or either
of the Causes aforesaid it shall and may be lawful to and for the said William Scantlebury Rundle
and Thomas Commins their Executors administrators and assigns into and upon the said demised
premises in the name of the whole to reenter and the same to have again repossess and enjoy as in
their first and former Estate anything herein Contained to the contrary thereof in anywise
notwithstanding And the said Hugh Santo John Olford John Santo Joseph Jeffery
Jonothan Geach James Morrish and Philip Liddicoat do hereby for themselves their heirs
Executors administrators and assigns respectively covenant with the said William Scantlebury
Rundle and Thomas Commins that they the said Hugh Santo John Olford John Santo Joseph
Jeffery Jonothan Geach James Morrish and Philip Liddicoat will at all times hereafter during
the said term observe and perform all the covenants and conditions contained in the said Indenture
of Lease and henceforth on the part of the said lessees their Executors administrators or assigns
to be observed and performed and will at all times hereafter keep indemnified the said
William Scantlebury Rundle and Thomas Commins their heirs Executors and
administrators and their Estates and Effects from and against the observance and performance
of the said covenants and conditions (and particularly the covenant to repair the said premises
or to have the same in repair it being the true intent and meaning of these presents that the said
William Scantlebury Rundle and Thomas Commins their heirs Executors and administrators or
assigns shall not be called upon to keep up or in anywise repair the said premises or leave the same
in repair at the expiration of the said term) and all actions suits claims and demands whatsoever
for or on account of the same or in anywise relating thereto In witness whereof the
parties aforesaid their hands and Seals interchangeably have set the day and year first before written

Signed Sealed and delivered by the
said Hugh Santo John Olford John
Santo Joseph Jeffery Jonothan Geach
James Morrish and Philip Liddicoat
in the presence of
Hugh Santo (signed)
John Olford (signed)
John Santo (signed)
Joseph Jeffery (signed)
Jonothan Geach (signed)
Jas Morrish (mark)
Philip Liddicoat (signed)
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Transcribed by Ann Tumser from a document in the Malcolm McCarthy Collection