Assignment of mortgage, Cambridge
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Recites Doc 1897. Whereas the property therein leased to John Forlow for 40 years is now in the possession of Thomas Creeke of Cambridge, tailor and robe-maker, and whereas Creeke owes Thomas Baker of Cambridge, woollen-draper, £300 and interest at 4%, Creeke, having obtained permission to alienate, mortgages the property through an assignment for the remainder of the lease, for the £300 and interest. It is agreed that repayments of the principal may be made in instalments of not less than £50, that Creeke is to keep the property fully insured, and that any new lease of the property to Creeke will also be charged with the £300 and interest. 3 pages, signed and sealed by both parties, witnessed by W G Ashton, solicitor, and William Lombe Brooke, both of Cambridge, duty stamps. Parchment supplied by John Smith of Long Acre, engraving by Silvester of The Strand.
- Creation: 16 Oct. 1835
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Presented by E.A.B. Barnard, F.S.A., April 1932
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