Ref NoLE15/3
TitleAssignment of a mortgage interest payment
DescriptionAssignment of a mortgage interest payment, James Barnes and Richard Butler both merchants of London, surviving trustees of the effects of Andrew French, merchant, of London (1), Martin French of Margate, Kent, sole executor ofthe will of Andrew French (2) and John Cheevers of Turla, Co Galway (3). John Cheevers paid £3,000 for this assignment. Recites the original mortgage dated 12 Feb 1777, for a loan of £13,000, charged on the lands of Fidaun and others in Co Galway, Edmond Kelly of Fidaun to William Brighwell Summer, Westminster, Middlesex, esq. Edmond Kelly made his will on 2 July 1802 and died on 13 March 1803 and left 2 daughters Jane Wilton and Anne H Irwin his co heiresses. After Edmond Kelly's death part of his estates was sold by court order and purchased by John Irwin for £13,500, over £11,000 of this sum was used to reduce the mortgage debt.. By an assignment dated 19 July 1817, Edward Hobson bought an interest in the mortgage. The mortgage debt had risen to £31,555 by 1821. Edmond Kelly paid the annual interest on the mortgage until 1786, when Andrew French and Co took over responsibility for the punctual payment of the interest. In 1834 James Barnes and Richard Butler were the trustees of a deed of assignment of Andrew French's property to pay his debts, dated 11 Nov 1795. Includes note on the cover that the deed was exhibited to James M Blake in a case Wilton against D' Arcy in 1843. Stephen Blake [solicitor].
Date8 Oct 1834
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