Crown Lands - Forfeited Estates Act 1748

Publication Date:January 01, 1748
Anno vicesimo secundo G E O R G I I II. Regis. An Act for vesting the several Estates ofJames late Earl of Derwentwater and Charles Radcliffe , deceased, comprized in several Settlements therein mentioned, in Trustees, for an absolute Estate of Inheritance, for the Benefit of the Royal Hospital at Greenwich ; and for raising certain Sums of Money out of Part of the said Estates, for the Relief of the Children of the said Charles Radcliffe .

(22 Geo. 2) C A P. LII.

'WHEREAS by Indentures of Lease and Release, the Lease bearing Date the Date next before the Day of the Date of the Release, and the Release being Quadripartite, bearing Date the twenty-fourth Day ofMarch, Anno Domini one thousand six hundred and ninety-one, and made between the Right Honourable Francis late Earl of Derwentwater of the first Part; the Right Honourable Edward Radcliffe Esquire, by the Name of Edward Lord Viscount Radcliffe and Langley , eldest Son and Heir Apparent of the said Earl, of the second Part; the Honourable Francis Radcliffe, Thomas Radcliffe, WilliamRadcliffe and Arthur Radcliffe, Esquires, younger Sons of the said Francis Earl of Derwentwater , of the third Part; and Sir John Lawson , Baronet, and Francis Tunstall , Esquire, of the fourth Part; all that the Manor and Lordship of Alstone , alias Aldstone Moore , and Garrigill , and all and every the Rights, Members and Appurtenances thereunto belonging, situate, lying and being in the County of Cumberland ; and all those Messuages, Lands and Tenements situate, lying and being in Corbridge , in the County of Northumberland and all those two Parts, the Whole in three Parts to be divided, of the Manor and Lordship of Newton Hall in the said County of Northumberland , with the Appurtenances; and all that Messuage or Tenement, with the Appurtenances, called Shewing Sheels , lying in the County of Northumberland aforesaid and all that Tenement or Farmhold, with the Appurtenances, called Blackaburn , lying in the said County of Northumberland ; and all those Messuages, Lands and Tenements, with the Appurtenances situate, lying and being in Alnwick in the said County of Northumberland ; and all that Moiety or one half Part of the Village or Township of Buteland , lying and being in the Parish of Chollerton and County of Northumberland aforesaid, and all the Lands and Grounds thereunto belonging; and also the Moiety of one Tenement or Farmhold, with the Appurtenances, called Broomeup , lying and being in the Parish and County aforesaid, and all the Lands and Grounds thereunto belonging; and also the Moiety or one half Part of a Tenement or Farmhold, with the Appurtenances, called The Steele , and the Lands and Grounds thereunto belonging; and also the Moiety or one half Part of a Tenement or Farmhold, with the Appurtenances called Hindhaugh , lying and being in the Parish and County aforesaid, and all the Lands and Grounds thereunto belonging; and also the Moiety or one half Part of a Tenement or Farmhold, with the Appurtenances, called The Fellin , lying and being in the Parish and County aforesaid, and all the Lands and Grounds thereunto belonging; and also the Moiety or one half Part of a Tenement or Farmhold with the Appurtenances, called The Stidley Hill , lying and being in the Parish of Cossensyde in the County aforesaid, and all the Lands and Grounds thereunto belonging; and all those Messuages, Lands and Tenements, situate, lying and being in Leehouses, Spittle, New Biggin, Wooley, East Whitleys, West Whitleys, Lessbury, Kirke Whelpington ; one Water Corn Mill called Wooley Mill ; all situate, lying and being in the said County of Northumberland ; and all those Rectories and Parsonages of Kirke Whelpington , Hartburne , alias Hartburne , and Midford , lying and being the said County of Northumberland ; and all the Glebe Lands, Tythes, Oblations, Obventions, Profits and Hereditaments whatsoever, to the said several Rectories and Parsonages belonging, or in any wise appertaining; and also those the Corn Tythes of Broxfield , Lurbittle and Whinnetly , with their and every of their Appurtenances, situate, lying and being in the said County of Northumberland ; were, for the Considerations in the said recited Indenture Quadripartite mentioned, settled, limited and assured, to the Use of the said Francis Earl of Derwentwater , for his Life, without Impeachment of Waste; and after his Death, and subject to a Trust for raising five thousand Pounds for the Right Honourable the Lady Mary Radcliffe , Daughter of the said Earl of Derwentwater , and to the several Annuities of five hundred Pounds, four hundred Pounds, two hundred Pounds, and three hundred Pounds, payable to Francis Radcliffe, Thomas Radcliffe, William Radcliffe and Arthur Radcliffe , the four younger Sons of the said Francis Earl of Derwentwater , for their respective Lives, to the Use of the said Edward Lord Viscount Radcliffe and Langley , for his Life, without Impeachment of Waste; Remainder to the Honourable James Radcliffe , Esquire, for his Life, without Impeachment of Waste; Remainder to his first and other Sons in Tail Male, successively; Remainder to the Honourable Francis Radcliffe , Esquire, second Son of the said Edward Lord Viscount Radcliffe and Langley , for his Life, without Impeachment of Waste; Remainder to the first and other Sons of the last named Francis Radcliffe , in Tail Male, successively; Remainder to the third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth Sons of the said Edward Lord Viscount Radcliffe and Langley , in Tail Male, successively; Remainder to the said Francis Radcliffe , second Son of the said Francis Earl of Derwentwater , for his Life, without Impeachment of Waste; Remainder to his first and other Son and Sons, in Tail Male, successively; Remainder to the said Thomas Radcliffe , for his Life, without Impeachment of Waste; and after his Death to his first and other Son and Sons, in Tail Male, successively; Remainder to the said William Radcliffe , for his Life, without Impeachment of Waste; Remainder to his first and other Sons, in Tail Male, successively; Remainder to the said Arthur Radcliffe , for his Life, without Impeachment of Waste; Remainder to his first and other Sons, in Tail Male, successively; Remainder to the Heirs of the Body of the said Francis Earl of Derwentwater ; Remainder to the right Heirs of the same Francis Earl of Derwentwater for ever: And whereas the said Francis Earl of Derwentwater is long since dead; and upon his Death the said Edward called Viscount Radcliffe and Langley , his Son and Heir, became Earl of Derwentwater ; and the said Edward is also long since dead; and upon his Death the said James Radcliffe , his Son and Heir, became Earl of Derwentwater: And whereas by Indentures of Lease and Release, the Lease bearing Date the Day next before the Day of the Date of the Release; and the Release being Sextipartite, bearing Date the twenty-fourth Day of June , Anno Domini one thousand seven hundred and twelve, and made between James late Earl of Derwentwater , of the first Part; Sir John Webbe , Baronet, and the Honourable Dame Barbara his Wise, and AnnaMaria Webbe , eldest Daughter of the said Sir John Webbe , of the second Part; the Right Honourable Other Earl of Plymouth , and the Right Honourable Richard Earl of Scarborough , of the third Part; the Right Honuurable Thomas Lord Viscount Falconberge , and John Radcliffe of London , Doctor in Physick, of the fourth Part; the Right Honourable William Lord Widdrington (who was afterwards attainted of High Treason) and Nevil Ridley , Gentleman, of the fifth Part; and the Honourable Francis Radcliffe and Charles Radcliffe , Esquires, Brothers of the said James late Earl of Derwentwater , of the sixth Part; in Consideration of a Marriage then intended, and which soon after took Effect, and was solemnized between the said James Earl of Derwentwater and AnnaMaria Webbe ; and for other Considerations in the said Indenture of six Parts mentioned; all that the Barony, Manor or Lordship of Langley , with the Rights, Members and Appurtenances thereof, in the County of Northumberland ; and all and singular Messuages, Farms, Lands, Tenements and Hereditaments whatsoever, Part and Parcel, or reputed Part and Parcel of the said Barony or Lordship ofLangley , or as Part, Parcel or Member thereof, demised, letten, used, occupied or enjoyed, and every of them, with their Appurtenances; and also all those the Manors of Wittingstall , alias Quitting stall , and Newlands, Dilston , alias Develston, Aydon Shields, Warke, Elrington and Meldon , and every of them, with their and every of their Rights, Members and Appurtenances, in the said County of Northumberland ; and also all and singular Messuages, Granges, Farms, Lands, Tenements and Hereditaments whatsoever, Part and Parcel, or reputed Part and Parcel of the said Manors, every or any of them, or as Part, Parcel or Member of them, or any of them, demised, letten, used, occupied or enjoyed, and every of them, with their Appurtenances; and all those the Manors, or reputed Manors of Spindleston and Utchester, Throckely, Coastley, Middleton Hall, East Thornton , alias Thornton East, Westwood and Thornborough , and every of them, with their and every of their Rights, Members and Appurtenances in the said County of Northumberland ; and also all and singular Messuages, Granges, Farms, Lands, Meadows, Pastures, Feedings, Tenements and Hereditaments whatsoever, Part and Parcel, or reputed Part or Parcel of the said last mentioned Manors, or reputed Manors, every or any of them, or as Part, Parcel or Member of them, or any of them, demised, letten, used, occupied or enjoyed, and every of them, with their Appurtenances; all and singular which said Barony, Manors, or reputed Manors, Messuages, Granges, Farms, Lands, Tenements, Hereditaments and Premisses before mentioned, are situate, lying and being in Langley ,...

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