(1) Hugh Morgan of Hereford, esq, surviving trustee to the marriage settlement of 1744 [CJ87/1].
(2) Robert Jenkins of Shrewsbury, Salop, esq., Pryce Tarbuck of Shrewsbury, shoemaker, Jane Pearson of Shrewsbury, widow, Edward Pearce of Shrewsbury, grocer and Margaret Littlehales of Shrewsbury, spinster, mortgagors and over inheritors of the estate of John James.
(3) Ann Baugh of Ludlow, widow and executrix of Benjamin Baugh of Ludlow gent, who had contracted to purchase the property of Trippleton from John James.
(4) Ann James, widow of John James late of Morecourt, deceased, John Price the younger and Henry Price both of Knighton, gents, executors of the estate of John James.
(5) Sir John Morgan of Kinnersley, baronet and John Price the younger.
Recites the marriage settlement of 1742 [CJ87/1], and the lease and release of 1744 [CJ87/2], the mortgage of 1749, and the transfer of mortgage of 1758 [CJ87/3].
A further sum of £200 was advanced by Margaret Littlehales in 1758.
Recites that Benjamin Baugh had contracted for the absolute purchase of the Trippleton estate for £3,825 and had paid £500 in part thereof. John James died before the contract was fulfilled. He left a will and appointed John Price the younger and Henry Price as executors and trustees. He left his widow Ann, and four children under the age of 21, Thomas, Ann, Elizabeth and John.
Recites a decree from HM Court of Exchequer of 1762 where two cases were heard, one in which Edward Gittins and John King on behalf of themselves and the other creditors of John James were plaintiffs and Ann James, Thomas, Elizabeth, Ann and John James, and others, including (2) were defendants, and the other where Ann James and the 4 children were the plaintiffs and (2) with John Price the elder and younger, John Geers, Benjamin Baugh and Henry Price were the defendants.
The ruling of the Exchequer was that the Articles of the Marriage Settlement should be executed in relation to the provision for Ann James, widow, and the children of the marriage. The court appointed Charles Taylor, esq., Deputy Remembrancer, to decide what portion of the mortgaged Trippleton estate should be included in the settlement and what should be paid to the creditors by way of a Recovery.
After that, (1), (2) & (3) assign all rights they may have in any of the estates under consideration to (4), who will then assign the estate to (5) as trustees for the children of John and Ann James.