Lord Dynevor estate: vesting estates in Glamorganshire in trustees for sale, with a power to make a partition Act 1837

JurisdictionUK Non-devolved
Citation1837 c. 26
Year1837
ANNO PRIMO
VICTORLE REGINIE.
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Cap.
26.
An Act for vesting the settled undivided Shares of
the Right Honourable
George Talbot Rice
Lord
Dynevor
in the County of
Glamorgan
in Trustees
for Sale, and with Power to make a Partition
thereof.
[3d
July
1837.]
W
HEREAS the Right Honourable
Anne
Lady
Mendip
(Widow and Relict of the Right Honourable
Welbore
Lord
Mendip
deceased) did, in such Manner as by Law
is required for rendering valid Devises of Freehold Estates, duly sign
and publish her last Will and Testament in Writing, bearing Date the
Nineteenth Day of
February
One thousand eight hundred and two,
and, after reciting that under and by virtue
of a
certain Indenture
bearing Date on or about the Fifteenth Day of
August
One thousand
seven hundred and eighty-one, made between the said
Welbore
Lord
Mendip,
then
Welbore Ellis
Esquire, her late Husband, and her the
said Testatrix, then
Anne Ellis,
of the one Part, and
James Dyson
of the Parish of
Saint James
within the Liberty of
Westminster
in
the County of
Middlesex,
Esquire, of the other Part, and by a Fine
levied in pursuance thereof in the Court of Great Sessions held for the
County of
Glamorgan,
One full and undivided Moiety or Half Part
of and in One full and undivided Third Part of the Manor or Lord.
ship of
Cadoxton juxta Neath,
and of the Site and Demesnes of the
dissolved Abbey or Monastery of
Neath,
and of all the Lands, Tene-
ments, and Hereditaments thereunto belonging, situate, lying, and
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being
Will of Anne
Lady Meedip,
19th Feb.
1802.
542
1" VICTORIE,
Cap.26.
being in the County of
Glamorgan,
therein more particularly men-
tioned and described, stood settled and limited from and after her
the said Testatrix's Decease, and in case of Failure of Issue of her
and of her Sister Mrs.
Sarah D'Oyly
to such Uses as she the said
Testatrix should by Deed or Will appoint, and in default of such
Appointment as therein mentioned to the Use of the said Testatrix,
her Heirs and Assigns for ever, she the said Testatrix did give and,
devise all that her said full and undivided Moiety or Half Part of
and in the said full and undivided Third Part of the said Manor,
Hereditaments, and Premises, with their and every of their Rights,
Members, and Appurtenances, unto
Hans Sloane
Esquire and the
Honourable
Charles Bagnall Agar,
their Executors, Administrators,
and Assigns, for and during and unto the full End and Term of Five
hundred Years, to commence from the Day of the Decease of the
Survivor of her the said Testatrix and her said Sister Mrs.
Sarah
D'Oyly,
and fully to be complete and ended, upon the Trusts and
to and for the Intents and Purposes therein-after mentioned ; and
from and after the End, Expiration, or other sooner Determination
of the said Term of Five hundred Years, and subject thereto and
to the Trusts thereof in the meantime, the said Testatrix gave and
devised her said undivided Moiety to the Use of the Right Honour-
able
George Talbot Rice
Lord
Dynevor
(therein called the Right
Honourable
George Talbot
Lord
Dinevor)
and his Assigns, for and.
°
durincr the Term of his natural Life, without Impeachment of Waste;
with Remainder to the Use of the said
Charles Bagnall Agar
and.
his Heirs, during the Life of the said
George Talbot Rice
Lord
Dynevor,
in Trust to preserve the contingent Remainders • with
Remainder to the Use of the Honourable
George Rice,
the only Son
of the said
George Talbot Rice
Lord
Dynevor,
and his Assigns, for
and during the Term of his natural Life, without Impeachment of
Waste ; with Remainder to the Use of the said
Charles Bagnall Agar
and his Heirs, during the Life of the said
George Rice,
in Trust for
him, and to preserve the contingent Remainders ; with Remainder to.
the Use of the First Son of the Body of the said
George Rice,
and
to the Heirs Male of the Body of such First Son lawfully issuing ;
and for Default of such Issue to the Use of the Second, Third,
Fourth, and all and every the Son and Sons of the Body of the said
George Rice,
severally and successively in Remainder one after
another, in Order and Course as they and every of them should be
in
Priority of Birth and Seniority of Age, and of the Heirs Male of
the respective Body and Bodies of all and every such Son and- Sons
lawfully issuing, the elder of such Son and Sons, and the Heirs Male
of his and their Body and Bodies, being always to take and be pre-
ferred before the younger of such Son and Sons and the Heirs Male
of his and their Body and Bodies issuing ; and for Default of such
Issue to the Use of the Second, Third, Fourth, and all and every
other the Son and Sons of the Body of the said
George Talbot Rice
Lord
Dynevor,
severally, successively, and in Remainder one after
another, in Order and Course as they and every of them should be in
Priority of Birth and Seniority of Age, and of the Heirs Male of the
respective Body and Bodies of all and every such Son and Sons
lawfully issuing, the elder of such Son and Sons and the Heirs Male
of his and their Body and Bodies lawfully issuing being always to
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