(1) John James of Bucklersbury, London, gent, eldest son of John James late of Guildhall Yard, London and of Moor Court otherwise Morecot, Herefordshire, gent and Sibbilla his wife, both deceased.
(2) Robert Bell Price of Ashford, Salop, esq.
(3) Rev Samuel Crowther, vicar of Christ Church, London.
(4) Thomas Mills of Ely Place, Middlesex, gent administrator of Rev Thomas Mills late of Hillingdon, deceased, and Dorothy Webb of Hillingdon, widow.
(5) Anne Crowther of Westbury upon Trim, Gloucestershire, widow and Anne Crowther of the same place, spinster, only child of the said Anne Crowther and of Richard Crowther her late husband.
(6) Thomas Chase Patrick of Winchmore Hill, Middlesex, merchant, and the said John James.
(7) Christopher Wightman of the Inner Temple, London.
(8) John Grant of Hatton Garden, Middlesex, esq.
(9) Rev Edwin Palmer of Cloghjordan House, co. Tipperary, Ireland, clerk and Anne his wife (late Anne Harrison widow and formerly Anne James spinster).
(10) John Owen Parr of Kentish Town, Middlesex, merchant and the said John James.
(11) Sibbilla James spinster, late of Dongate Hill, London but now of Cloghjordan aforesaid.
(12) Henry Combe of Caroline Street, Bedford Square, Middlesex, esq.
(13) Harvey Combe of Winchmore Hill, Middlesex, wine merchant.
Property: The whole estate of John James, namely the Moorcourt Estate, except Trippleton.
Recites all the previous conveyances from the Marriage Settlement of 1742 up to the mortgage of 1803. [CJ87/1-9.]
At the date of this Indenture, several loose ends from the various transactions are still outstanding and (1) is desirous of tying them all up. Inheritances under various wills are still due to (2), (3), (5), (9) and (11). Terms of years on the mortgages still held by (6), (7), (8) & (10) need to be brought into alignment.
The document gives a detailed account of each of the settlements and is a mortgage to facilitate the same.
Endorsement dated 4 May 1818, being a Deed Pole, recites that William Alexander James, the brother of John James, has now attained the age of 21 years and become entitled to his share of an inheritance of £1,333.6s as described in the main document, and that has been effected. Harvey Combe, as the trustee of WA James has been asked to assign the remainder of the term of 1000 years on the properties charged with producing the sum of £1,333.6s to John Cheese of Lyonshall.
A further endorsement of 7 May 1818 recites that a contract to sell the properties to James Davies of Kington has been made, and to effect that contract, Henry Combe and John Cheese stand possessed of the residues of the several terms of years in the properties.
A further endorsement of 25 Jan 1825 sets out to repair some errors of fact in the original document, especially concerned with the vesting of the terms of years in the properties.