Brand's Estate Act 1806

JurisdictionUK Non-devolved
Citation1806 c. cxxxi
ANNO QUADRAGESIMO SEXTO
GEORGII III. REGI
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Cap
13I
An Act for exchanging Part of the Fee Simple Eilate
of the Honourable
"Thomas
Brandy in the County: of
Hertford^ for other his Settled Eftates in the faid
County of Hertford? and in the Counties of Effe%)
Cambridge, and Surrey, and in the City of London.
[16th July 1806.]
W
HEREAS by Indentures of Leafe and Releafe bearing Date Marmge
refpe&ively the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Days of April One ^^/^ rg
thoufand leven hundred and feventy-one, the Releafe being of 1774.
Five Parts, and expreffed to be'made between Thomas Brandy late of the
Hoo in the County of Hertford, Efquire, fince deceafed, of the Firft. Part;
Gertrude Baronefs Dacre by her then Name and Defcription of Gertrude
Roper of the Parifli of Saint George Hanover Square, in the County of
Middle/ex, Spinfter, of the Second Part ; the Right Reverend Father in
God Richard Lord Biftiop of Durham and Trevor Charles Roper Efquire,
of the Third Part; theMoft Noble Evelyn Duke of King/Ion and the Right
Honourable George Sackville Germain commonly called Lord
George
Sack-
Germain, (both fince deceafed,) of the Fourth Part; and John
Clement/on
Efquire, of the Fifth Part; being the Settlement made previoufly to and
in Contemplation of a Marriage then intended and which was fhortiy after
folemnized between the faid Thomas Brand deceafed , and Baronefs Dacre
then Gertrude Roper; the faid Thomas Brand deceafed, did, for the Con-
siderations therein mentioned, grant and releafe unto the faid John
Clement*
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275° 46# GEORGII III, Cap. 131.
ySnand his Heirs, among divers other Manors, Meffuages, Farms, Lands,
Tenements, and Hereditaments therein particularly dsfcribed or mentioned,
feveral Mefluages and Grounds in Great
Hormead
in the County of Hert-
ford,
and the Mftfety of the Tythes of Corn, Grain, and fray, belonging
to the Redojy of Great Hormead aforefaid, and the Third Part of the
Rents md Services belonging to the faid Re&ory, and the Third Part of
*he
Patronage or Right of Prefentation to the Vicarage of Great
Hormead
aforefaid} and ap> feveral Meffuages, Lands, Tenements, and Heredita-
ments, fituate in the Parifh of Wannefworih alias
Wandelfworth
in the
County of
Surrey\
and in the Parifhes of Saint Bridget alias Saint Bride's
i;i or near
Fleet
Street, Saint James Gar lick Hi the, Saint
Stephen,
Coleman
Street, and Saint Mildred in the Poultry in the City of London; and alfo
the Manor of Much Cdrltmalfas Car flan Magna and
Willin^hamy
and the
Advowfon of thl Church of
Carlton
aforefaid, with the Chapel of
Willing-
ham to the faid Church belonging, and divers Meffuages., Lands, Tene-
ments,. T^es, and Hereditaments in Much
Carlton
alias
Carlton
Magna,
Willinghah^irrrough,
Brinkley%
Wejlon,
and
Wejlon
Colville,
in the County
or
Cantbrm^e,
and in the Parifhes
o%
Farnham
and Maunden or One of
them in the County of Effex, and in the Parifh of Albury in the County of
Hertford} in the faid Indenture of Releafe particularly described, with the
Appurtenance^, to hold unto and to the Ufe of the faid John
Ctementfon
his
Heirs and Affigns for ever, to the Intent that he might be Tenant of the
Freehold of the faid Premifes, in drder that feveral Common Recoveries
might be fuffered thereof in Manner therein mentioned (and which faid
Common Recoveries were accordingly, dirty fuffered thereof in or as of
Eajler Term in the fame Year One thouf&M feven hundred and feventy-
one};
and it was by the faid Indenture of Releafe declared, that after
the fuffcring of the faid Common Recoveries as well the fame Indenture of
Releafe as the faid Common Recoveries fhoxtld enure to the Ufe of the faid
Thomas Brand deceafed, and his Heirs, until the faid intended Marriage
focmid he folemmzed, if not foiemnized before the perfeftmg of the faid
Commpn Recoveries, and after the Solemnization fhe?eof and perfe&ing
the faid Common Recoveries to the Ufe of the
fold
Richard Lord Bifhop of
Durham andTrevor'Charles Roper their Executors, Adminiifrators^ and
Affigns,
.Jo*
the Term of One hundred Years, upon certain Trufts therein-
after declared, for fecuring to the faid
Gertrude
Baronefs Dacre then Ger-
irttde Rtpgr^ during the Joint Lives of herfelf and thie fame
Thomas
Brand,
th$ ymfy Sum of Three Jiundred Pounds for her
Separate
Ufe7 (and which
faid Tsiia?-&£ vOn^buadmd Years by virtue of a ProviSo m the faid Inden-
ture of R^feAfe and Settlement contained: for that Purpofe
h&$
fi.noe
ceafed
amldefeimki€d',)^ith Remainder to the tlfe of the faid
Thomas
Brand de-
ceafed* arid his A0igns far his Life, without Impeachment of Wafte, and
after hjbDecaafe to the Ufe and Intent that the faid
Gertrude
Baronefs
Bacrey, ia cafe Ihe fhould furvive him, fooidd yearty during her Life
receive thereout a clear yearly Rent or Sum of One thaufand two hundred
Pound® in "bar of fatr Dower, payable at the Times and hi the Manner
therein mentioned,! and with fuch Powers of Entry and Difcrefs and Per*
ception of the Rents and Profits of the fame Hereditaments, for the Recovery
of the faid yearly Rent or Sum as are therein mentioned,, and ftrbje£t there*
to from and immediately after the Deeeafe of the fame
Thomas