Thomas Staniforth & Co. Sickle works at Hackenthorpe.
Front of Indenture C
The Following is a mortgage dated November 5th, 1830
MORTGAGE of two dwellinghouses and Premises at Hackenthorpe in the County of Derby for receiving £100 and interest
THIS INDENTURE made the Fifth day of November One Thousand Eight Hundred and Thirty BETWEEN GEORGE GREAVES of Rotherham in the County of York Publican Eldest son and heir at law to GEORGE GREAVES of Dinnington in the County Yeoman deceased who died intestate of the one part and THOMAS STOCKS of Rotherham aforesaid Butcher and THOMAS COWEN of of the same place Mercer and Draper of the other part WHEREAS by certain indentures of lease and release bearing date respectfully the eighth and ninth days of January One Thousand Seven Hundred and Ninety the release made between RICHARD TAYLOR Yeoman of the first part and JOHN GILBERTHORPE Yeoman and THOMAS GILBERTHORPE Yeoman of the second part and the said GEORGE GREAVES (Since deceased) of the third part the hereditaments hereinafter described and intended to be hereby granted and demised where for the considerations therein intentioned granted and released unto and to the only proper use and behoof of him the said GEORGE GREAVES (since deceased) his heirs and assigns forever AND WHEREAS the said GEORGE GREAVES departed his life on or about the Twenty Seventh day of December One Thousand Eight Hundred and Four intestate leaving the said GEORGE GREAVES (Party hereto) his eldest son and heir at law him surviving AND WHEREAS the said GEORGE GREAVES (party hereto) having occasion for the loan of the sum of One Hundred Pounds has agreed with the said THOMAS STOCKS and THOMAS COWEN for the loan to him thereof and interest to be secured by such conveyance and assurance by way of demise of the Tenements or Dwellinghouses and hereditaments as hereinafter is expressed NOW THIS INDENTURE WITNESETH that in pursuance and performance of the said agreement and in consideration of the sum of one hundred pounds of lawful English money to the said GEORGE GREAVES (party hereto) in hand well and truly paid by the said THOMAS STOCKS and THOMAS COWEN at or before the sealing and delivery of these presents the receipt whereof the said GEORGE GREAVES (party hereto) doth hereby acknowledge and of and from the same and every part thereof doth acquit release and exonerate and forever discharge the said THOMAS STOCKS and THOMAS COWEN their heirs executors and administrators and assigns for ever by the presents HE the said GEORGE GREAVES (party hereto) HATH granted bargained sold and demised and by the Presents DOTH grant bargain sell and demise unto the said THOMAS STOCKS and THOMAS COWEN their executors Administrators and Assigns ALL that Cottage or Tenement (formerly in two tenements) and garden with the appurtenances situate and being in Hackenthorpe in the Parish of Beighton in the County of Derby formerly in the possession of THOMAS CROWTHER and now of WILLIAM CARTLEDGE and also that other Cottage or Tenement erected upwards of twenty years ago adjoining the last described tenement and now in the occupation of JAMES WOODHEAD AND all that seat or pew in the parish Church of Beighton aforesaid and all other messuages Lands and hereditaments whatsoever of him the said GEORGE GREAVES (party hereto) situate at Hackenthorpe aforesaid or elsewhere in the said County of Derby TOGETHER with all the houses outhouses edifices buildings orchards gardens backsides ways easements water watering places hedges ditches fences trees common commodities benefits liberties advantages appurtenances whatsoever to the said cottage or tenement s hereditaments and premises hereby granted and demised or any part or parcel thereof belong or in otherwise appertaining AND the reversion and reversions remainder and remainders yearly and other rents and profits thereof AND all the estate right title interest inheritance use trust property possession benefit claim and demand whatsoever either at law or in equity of him the said GEORGE GREAVES (party hereto) of in or to the same premises or any part thereof TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the said cottages or tenements gardens pew and all and singular other the premises with the appurtenances hereinafter described and hereby demised unto the said THOMAS STOCKS and THOMAS COWEN their executors administrators and assigns from the day of the date of these presents for the term of ONE THOUSAND YEARS (without impeachment of waste) with the rent of a PEPPERCORN (if demanded) PROVIDED if the said GEORGE GREAVES (party hereto) his heirs executors or administrators shall pay unto the said THOMAS STOCKS and THOMAS COWEN their executors administrators and assigns at the TOWN HALL in Rotherham aforesaid the full sum of ONE HUNDRED POUNDS STERLING with interest for the same after the rate of FIVE POUNDS for every ONE HUNDRED POUNDS by the year upon the FIFTH day of MAY now next without any deduction whatsoever then these presents shall be void..
This is ¾ of the indenture which continues to …..
IN WITNESS whereof the said parties to these Presents have hereunto set their hands and seals the day and year first above written.
GEORGE GREAVES THOMAS STOCKS THOMAS COWEN
RECEIVED the day and year first within written of and from the within named THOMAS STOCKS and THOMAS COWEN the sum of ONE HUNDRED POUNDS the consideration money within expressed to be paid by them to me.
THOMAS BADGER GEORGE GREAVES
Signed sealed and delivered by the within named GEORGE GREAVES (being first duly stamped) in the presence of THOMAS BADGER
Back of Indenture C
November 8th 1832 Received of the within named GEORGE GREAVES the sum of One Hundred Pounds being in full the principal money within mentioned and we acknowledge that all interest owed in respect of the within mortgage has been duly paid to the date here of.
Witness our hands THOMAS STOCKS THOMAS COWEN
Mentions previous Lease and Release of A & B
George Greaves of Rotherham – Publican (eldest son and heir of George Greaves of Dinnington (Deceased) – Yeoman - mentioned in B - 9th Jan 1790)
Thomas Stocks of Rotherham – Butcher
Thomas Cowen of Rotherham – Mercer and Draper
John Challenger (Deceased)
Richard Taylor – Yeoman
John Gilberthorpe – Yeoman
Thomas Gilberthorpe – Yeoman
George Greaves (since deceased 27th December 1804 intestate)
Thomas Crowther rents cottage
William Cartledge rents cottage
James Woodhead rents cottage
Thomas Badger (Solicitor)
George Greaves Junior Loan of £100 agreed with Thomas Stocks and Thomas Cowen using 2 cottages at Hackenthorpe as Collateral formerly in possession of Thomas Crowther and William Cartledge and also a 3rd cottage erected around 1810 and occupied by James Woodhead
Stocks and Cowen has lent Greaves £100 to be paid back at Rotherham Town Hall within 6 months at 5% interest £105 in total.
Also mentions a period of 1000 years but not sure what this means
Mortgage repaid 8th November 1832 with full interest paid