Elizabeth Goddard (of unsound mind) estate: enabling conveyances directed by the Court of Chancery in the case of Whitmore v Goddard Act 1847

JurisdictionUK Non-devolved
Citation1847 c. 17
Year1847
ANNO DECIMO & UNDECIMO
VICTORLE REGINiE.
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Cap.
17-
An Act for enabling Conveyances to be made of
the Estate and Interest of Elizabeth Goddard
(who is of unsound Mind) in Lands and Tene-
ments a Partition or Division whereof is directed
by a Decree of the High Court of Chancery
made in a Cause "
Whitmore
v.
Goddard.""
[22d July 1847.]
W
HEREAS by Indentures of Lease and Release bearing Ind^J^nd
Date respectively on or about the Twenty-third and 'tf^se
Twenty.fourth Days of September One thousand eight tiated23d
hundred and twenty-seven, the Release being made or expressed to and 24th
be made between Thomas Goddard and Sarah his Wife of the First September
Part, Holland Goddard Esquire of the Second Part, and John 182"
Abbey Esquire of the Third Part, and by a Fine duly levied before
Her Majesty's Justices of the Court of Common Pleas in Hilary
Term in the Ninth Year of the Reign of His late Majesty King
George the Fourth, in consideration of the Sum of Eight hundred
and fifty Pounds by the said Holland Goddard paid to the said
Thomas Goddard, all that the One füll and equal undivided Moiety
or Half Part of and belonging to him the said Thomas Goddard (the
whx>le into Two equal Parts being considered as divided) of and in
[Private.'] 7g the

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