Transcript of EN/109, Conveyance, land in St Gluvias, Gunwalloe and Penryn, 1834


EN/109
Conveyance, land in St Gluvias, Gunwalloe and Penryn
Items 1 and 2.
Parties:
1) Reverend John Rogers, rector of Mawnan to
2) John Samuel Enys, esquire, of Enys.

Conveyance by way of lease and release of a stitch of land on north side of Behethland alias Behelland, 1 acre and another stitch three eighths of an acre, in St Gluvias, a meadow or close, 1 and a half acres, part of Trenoweth in Gunwalloe, 2 fields in Pencoose in Penryn, and High Cross meadow now divided into 2 fields in Penryn. 27-28 February 1834.

Item 3: solicitor’s bill of costs, for £612 3 shillings 7 pence, 23 April 1834.

EN/109/1
“Dated 27th February 1834
Seuse for a year
Rev’d John ROGERS to J S ENYS Esquire
This Indenture made the twenty seventh day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty four BETWEEN John ROGERS Rector of Mawnan in the county of Cornwall clerk of the one part and John Samuel ENYS of ENYS in the said county Esquire of the other part.
Witnesseth that the said John ROGERS for and in consideration of the sum of Five Shillings of lawful money of Great Britain to him in hand paid by the said Samuel ENYS at or before the sealing and delivery of these presents the receipt whereof he doth hereby acknowledge. HATH bargained and sold and by these presents DOTH bargain and sell unto the said John Samuel ENYS ALL that one stitch or piece of land lying and being on the North side of Behethland otherwise Behelland within the parish of Gluvias in the said county of Cornwall containing by estimation one acre/be the same more or less bounded on the East and North by a lane leading from Penryn to Pencoose and on the West and South by lands formerly COLLIN’S and now late of William BAKER clerk and also all that one other stitch or piece of land containing by estimation one quarter and half of a quarter or thereabouts be the same more or less bounded on the South, West and East by lands belonging to Lieutenant LUGG and on the North by the lands of Lord De DUNSTANVILLE all of which said premises are now or late were in the occupation of James EDGECOMBE Gentleman and also all there two fields or closes of land situate in Pencoose in the said Borough of Penryn now or late in the occupation of John EDGECOMBE Gentleman the field nearest Gwarder bounded on the South by a lane leading from Pencoose Lane to the lands of the Reverend William BAKER and others on the West by the lands of the said William BAKER and on the North and East by Pencoose Lane aforesaid and in the North and West by the lane belonging to the late Edward HODGE Esquire and also all that meadow or close of land containing by estimation one acre and one half (more or less) situate lying and being in the parish of Gunwalloe in the said county and now in the occupation of William EDWARDS bounded on the West by the river or stream running towards Gunwalloe Cove, and on the North, East and South by the estate called Chyander and other lands the property of the said John Samuel ENYS and also all that meadow or close of land called the High Cross Meadow now divided in two fields situate lying and being in the Borough of Penryn aforesaid now in the occupation of John SHARE which said meadow is bounded on the East by the turnpike road leading from Truro to Penryn on the South and West by the lands belonging to the HEARTE family and by Bellvue Meadow together with all ways, paths, passages, wastrels, rights, privileges, advantages, easements, conveniences, appendages and appurtenances whatsoever to the said several stitches fields meadows or closes of land belonging or in anywise appertaining or accepted reputed or deemed so to be or with the same or any part thereof now or heretofore holden used occupied or enjoyed to or with the same as part and parcel or member thereof the first described premises being under and subject to a certain indenture of lease bearing date the twentieth day of December one thousand eight hundred and four granted by the said……………………….Lord De DUNSTANVILLE to James EDGECOMBE Gentleman for the term of Ninety nine years and now determinable on the deaths of………………………….James EDGECOMBE, Thomas LAVERS and John EDGECOMBE RICHARDS at and under the yearly rent of Eight Shillings and Eight pence. The secondly described premises being under and subject to a certain Indenture of Lease bearing date the twenty ninth day of December one thousand eight hundred and ten granted by the said Lord De DUNSTANVILLE to John EDGECOMBE Gentleman for the term of ninety nine years and now determinable on the death of the before named James EDGECOMBE under the yearly tent of Ten Shillings and the thirdly described premises situate in the parish of Gunwalloe aforesaid being under and subject to a certain Indenture of Lease bearing date the twenty third day of March one thousand eight hundred and twenty three granted by John ROGERS Esquire since deceased to Humphrey MILLETT GRYLLS Gentleman for the term of ninety nine years and now determinable on the deaths of Mary GRYLLS’s widow aged about sixty five years Frances the wife of the Reverend William VEALE aged about forty six years and the said Humphrey MILLETT GRYLLE aged about forty four years.
And the reversion and reversions remainder and reminders yearly and other rents issues and profits of the said several stitches fields meadows or closes of land hereby bargained and sold or intended so to be and every part and parcel thereof with their appurtenances.

To Hath and To Hold the said several stitches fields meadows or closes of land and premises hereby bargained and sold or intended so to be and every part and parcel thereof with their appurtenances unto the said John Samuel ENYS his executors administrators and assigned from the day next before the day of the date of these presents for and during and unto the full end and term of one year from thence next ensuing and fully to be complete and ended.

He the said John Samuel ENYS his executors administrators and assigned.

Yielding and Paying thereof unto the said John ROGERS his heirs and assigned the rent of one Peppercorn on the last day of the said term of the same shall be lawfully demanded to the intent and purposes that by face and virtue of these presents and of the statute made for transferring uses into possession he the said John Samuel ENYS may be in the actual possession and seizure of the said several stitches fields meadows or closes of land and premises hereby bargained and sold or intended so to be with their rights members appurtenances and to thereby enabled to accept and take a grant and release of the reversions and inheritance thereof to him and his heirs forever.
In Witness whereof the parties aforesaid to these presents their hands and seals have set the day and year first above written.
Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of John BLASHALL of Exeter.”

 EN109/2

“Dated 23rd February 1834

Release in fee of lands in the Parish of Gluvias, Gunwalloe and Penryn

Revd John ROGERS

         to

J S ENYS Esquire 

Conson (Consideration) £584 

This Indenture made the twenty eighth day of February in the year of our lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty four between John ROGERS Rector of Mawnan in the county of Cornwall Clerk of the one part and John Samuel ENYS of ENYS in the said county Esquire of the other part.

Whereas the said John ROGERS is now at the time of the sealing and delivery of these presents seized in his demise as of the fee of and in ALL those several stitches fields meadows or closes of land hereinafter particularly mentioned and described and also released or otherwise assured or expressed on intended so to be with the appurtenances And Whereas the said John ROGERS hath contracted and agreed with the said John Samuel ENYS for the absolute purchase of the said several stitches fields meadows or closes of ;and herein before mentioned and hereinafter particularly described and the fee simple and the inheritance thereof free from all encumbrances except as appears by these presents at or for the price of sum of five hundred and eighty four pounds.

Now This Indenture Witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of five hundred and eighty four pounds of lawful money of the United Kingdom current in England to him the said John ROGERS in hand well and truly paid by the said John Samuel ENYS at or before the execution of these presents the receipt whereof he the said John ROGERS doth hereby acknowledge and from the payment do the same doth hereby release acquire and discharge the said John Samuel ENYS his heirs executors administrators and assigned He the said John ROGERS Hath granted bargained sold aliened released ratified conveyed and confirmed and by these presents Doth grant bargain sell alien release ratify convey and confirm unto the said John Samuel ENYS his heirs and assigns in his actual possession now being by virtue of a bargain and sale for a year to him thereof made by the said John ROGERS for five shillings consideration by indenture bearing date the day next before the day of the date of these presents and by force of the statute made for transferring uses into possession All that one stitch or piece of land lying and being on the Northside of Behethlland otherwise BEHELLAND within the parish of Gluvias in the said county of Cornwall containing by estimation one acre be the same more or less bounded on the East and North by a lane leading from Penryn to Pencoose and on the West and South by lands formerly COLLINS and now or late of William BAKER Clerk AND also all that one other stitch or piece of land containing by estimation one quarter and a half of a quarter or thereabouts (be the same more or less) bounded on the South West and last by lands belonging to Lieutenant LUGG and on the North by the lands of Lord De DUNSTANVILLE all of which said premises are now or late were in the occupation of James EDGECOMBE Gentleman AND also all those two fields or closes of land situate in Pencoose in the said Borough of Pemryn now or late in the occupation James EDGECOMBE Gentleman the field nearest GYWARDER bounded on the South by a lane leading from Pencoose Lane to the lands of the Reverend William BAKER and others on the West by the lands of the said William BAKER and on the North and East by Pencoose Lane aforesaid and the lands of the said John Samuel ENYS and the other of the same two fields bounded on the South by the land of the said William BAKER on the East by Pencoose Lane aforesaid and on the North and West by the lands belonging to the late Edward HODGE Esquire and also and all that meadow or close of land containing by estimation one acre and an half (more or less) situate lying and being in the Parish of Gunwalloe in the said county and now in the occupation of William EDWARDS bounded on the West by the river or stream running toward Gunwalloe Cove and on the North East and South by the estate called CHYMDER and other land the property of the said John Samuel ENYS and also all that meadow or close of land called the High Cross Meadow now divided in two fields situate lying and being in the Borough of Penryn aforesaid now in the occupation of John ROGERS which said meadow is bounded on the East by the Turnpike Road leading from Truro to Penryn, on the South and West by the lane leading from the said Turnpike Road to Treluswell and on the North by the lands belonging to the HEARTE family and by the BELLVUE Meadow together with all the ways paths passages wastrels rights privileges advantages easements conveniences appendages and appurtenances whatsoever to the said several stitches fields meadow or closes of land belonging or in anywise appertaining or accepted reputed or deemed so to be or with the same or any part thereof now or heretofore holden used occupied or enjoyed to or with the same as part parcel or member thereof the first described premise being under and subject to a certain Indenture of lease bearing date the twentieth day of December one thousand eight hundred and four granted by the said Lord De DUNSTANVILLE to James EDGECOMB Gentleman for the term of ninety nine years and now determinable on the deaths of James EDGECOMB, Thomas LAVERS and John Edward RICHARDS of and under the yearly rent of eight shillings and eight pence the secondly described premises being under and subject to a certain indenture of lease bearing date the twenty ninth day of December one thousand eight hundred and ten years granted to the said Lord De DUNSTANVILLE to James EDGECOMB Gentleman for the term of ninety nine years and now determinable on the death of the before named James EDGECOMBE under the yearly rent of ten shillings and the thirdly described premises situate in the parish of Gunwalloe aforesaid being under and subject to a certain indenture of lease bearing date the twenty third day of March one thousand eight hundred and twenty three granted by John ROGERS Esquire since deceased to Humphrey Millett GRYLLS Gentleman for the term of ninety nine years and now determinable on the death of Mary GRYLLS Widow aged about sixty five years Frances the wife of the Reverend William VEALE aged about forty six years and the said Humphrey Millett GRYLLS aged about forty four years.

And the reversion and reversions remainder and remainders yearly and other rents issues and profits of the said several stitches fields meadows or closes of hereby released or otherwise assured or expressed or intended so to be and every part and parcel thereof with their appurtenances And all the estate right title interest use trust inheritance property possession claim and demand whatsoever both at law and in equity of him the said John ROGERS of and in the said several stitches fields meadows or closes of land and every part and parcel thereof.

To Hath and To Hold the said several stitches fields meadows or closes of land and premises hereby released and conveyed or intended so to be and every part and parcel thereof with the appurtenances unto the said John Samuel ENYS his heirs and assigned to the only use and behoof of the said John Samuel ENYS his heirs and assigned forever And the said John ROGERS for himself his heirs executors and administrators doth hereby covenant declare and agree with and to the said John Samuel ENYS his heirs and assigned in manner following (that is to say) that he the said John ROGERS hath not at any time heretofore made done executed committed or knowingly suffered or been party privy to any deed matters or thing whatsoever whereby or by means whereof the said several stitches fields meadows or closes of land hereinbefore granted and released or otherwise assured or expressed or intended so to be or any part thereof are is can shall or may be impeached charged or encumbered on title estate or otherwise howsoever AND that he the said John ROGERS now at the time of the sealing and delivery hereof is lawfully rightfully and absolutely seized of a good sure perfect lawfully and indefeasible estate of inheritance in the share of and in the said several stitches fields meadows or closes of land hereinbefore mentioned and intended to be hereby granted and released or otherwise assured without any manner or condition trust proven of revocation limitation of any use or uses or other cause matter or thing whatsoever to alter change charge incumber defeat or make void the same.

And that he the said John ROGERS now hath in himself good right full power and lawful and absolute authority to grant sell release and convey the said several stitches fields meadows or closes of land and every part thereof with their appurtenances unto the said John Samuel ENYS his heirs and assigned in manner and form aforesaid and according to the true intent and meaning of these presents.

And Further that it shall and may be lawful to and for the said John Samuel ENYS his heirs and assigned from time to time and at all times hereafter to enter into and upon have hold possess and enjoy the said several stitches fields meadows or closes of land hereby released and conveyed or otherwise assured or expressed or intended so to be and to receive and take the rents issues and profits which shall from henceforth arise therefore to and for his and their own use and benefit without the lawful let suit hinderance interruption disturbance or denial whatsoever by and from the said John ROGERS or his heirs or any person or persons whomsoever claiming or to claim under him or them.

And that free and clear and freely clearly and absolutely acquitted exonerated and discharged otherwise will and sufficiently saved harmless and kept indemnified by him the said John ROGERS his heirs executors and administrators of from and against all and all manner of former and other gifts grants bargains sales leases mortgages jointures dowers right and title of dower uses with estates judgements executions extents rents arrears of rent and of from and against all other estates titles charged and incumberances claims and demands whatsoever had made done committed or suffered by the said John ROGERS or any other person or persons whomsoever save and except the High and Chief rents services to grow due and payable to the High and Chief hard and hards of the said several stitches fields meadows or closes of land if any such therebe.

And Moreover that he the said John ROGERS and his heirs and all other person or persons whomsoever having or lawfully claiming or who shall or may hereafter have or lawfully claim any estate right title or interest of in to or out of the said several stitches fields meadows or closes of land hereinafter mentioned to be hereby released and conveyed shall and will from time to time and at all times hereafter upon every reasonable request and at the only costs and charged in the law of the said John Samuel ENYS his heirs and assigned make do acknowledge levy suffer and execute or cause or procure to be made done acknowledged levied suffered and executed all and every such further and other lawful and reasonable act and acts deed and deeds thing and things devices conveyances and other assurances in the law whatsoever for the further better more perfectly and absolutely conveying releasing and assuring the said several stitches fields meadows or closes of land hereby granted and released or otherwise assured unto and to the use of the said John Samuel ENYS his heirs and assigns as by the said John Samuel ENYS his heirs and assigned or his or their counsel in the law shall be reasonably devised advised and required.

In Witness whereof the parties aforesaid to theses presents their hands and seals have set the day and year first above written.  

Cover Note: Received on the day and year first within written of and from the within named John Samuel ENYS the full sum of Five Hundred and eighty four pounds being the consideration money as is written expressed to be paid me as witness my hand.

 Witness; J ROGERS Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of John BLACK Exeter.”

 EN/109/3
Dated 23rd April 1834
J S ENYS Esquire 1834 April 23rd

J S ENYS to J HOMER

1834
Hereby Drawing and Engraving lease and release of fields in and near Penryn                        £    s     d
and a Moor part of Trenoweth on Gunwalloe from Rev Carnon ROGERS to you                           15  15  
and attendances at Penryn and Gunwalloe.
                                                                                                                               
Therein paid for stamps and parchment                                                                               7    19    3
                                                                                                                                                               23  14   3                                                                                                                           

To purchase money                                                                                                                       584   0       0
                                                                                                                                                                 607 14       3                                                                                                                     

To a half year’s rent of field due Lady Day 1834 from John SHAWE £4.
To a year’s conditioning rent of fields 9   4                                                                             4    9       4

                                                                                                                                                                612    3       7   

Abode?                                                23    14     3                            
                                                                5      5      0
                                                              18      9      3    

 Transcribed by Neil Roberts

 

 

 

 

 

 

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