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CalmRefNoKHINCH/1/15
Reference numberHINCH 1/15
TitleAbstract of Marriage Settlement
Description1 Rt. Hon John, 5th Earl of Sandwich 2 Rt. Hon George, Lord Viscount Hinchingbrook, only son of 1. 3 Rt. Hon. Mary Ann Julia Louisa Harriet Lowry Corry, only child of the Rt. Hon. Armar Lowry, late Earl of Belmore in Ireland, deceased by his second wife, The Rt. Hon. Henrietta Countess of Ancram, wife of the Rt. Hon William Ker, Earl of Ancram, eldest son and heir of the Most Hon. John William, Marquis of Lothian. 4 Sir Robert Preston of Woodford, co. Essex, Baronet, and Sir Alured Clarke of Mansfield Street in the p. of St. Marylebone, co. Middlesex, Knight of the Bath and a General in His Majesty's Army. 5 Rt. Hon. John Willoughby, Earl of Enniskillen in Ireland, and William, Earl of Ancram. 6 Rt. Hon, Somerset, Earl of Belmore, only son of the late Armar Lowry by his first wife, and Owsley Rowley of St. Neots, co. Huntingdon, Esq. 7 Rt. Hon. Robert Stuart, Viscount Castlereagh, eldest son and heir of Rt. Hon. Robert, Earl of Londonderry in Ireland, and one of His Majesty's Privy Council, and Rt. Hon. John Henry, Lord Templetown in Ireland. Reciting the forthcoming marriage between 2. and 3. and an agreement about the lands etc. to be settled. Now 1. releases to 4. The manor or lordship of Hinchinbrooke, Hinchinbrooke House, the hundred of Hurstington, the site of the late Priory of Huntingdon, the manor of St. Neots, the house and site of the late Monastery of St. Neots and all other the manors, lands etc., of 1. in Hinchingbrooke, Hurstington, the p. of St. Mary, St. John and All Saints, Huntingdon, Godmanchester, St. Neots, Winteringham, Bargrave, Hardwick Field, Caldecott near St. Neots and Eaton in the cos. of Huntingdon and Bedford (more fully described) (Not to be included in the Settlement - the manor of Eynesbury and Advowson of the Rectory of Eynesbury, the manors of Raveley and Little Stuckley and all 1's estates in Eynesbury, Great and Little Ravely, Warboys, Great and Little Stuckely and Alconbury and 1's closes in the p. of Hartford). To hold to various uses and trusts, including the following (but subject to the several incumbrances affecting these estates): i) To use of 5. for the term of 99 years in trust to raise £400/year for the sole benefit of 3. during the joint lives of 2 and 3. ii) To use of 6. for the term of 100 years in trust to pay the various yearly sums of £1,600, £2,000 or £1,500 to either 2 or 3 as in further described and also in trust to raise an annual sum for the maintenance and education of the children of the marriage if 2 should die before 1. iii) To use of 7 for the term of 1,000 years in trust to raise portions for the daughters and younger sons of the marriage. iv) To use first of 1 and then of 2 for life and after the decease of 1 and 2 to use of the eldest son of the marriage in tail male.
Date8th-9th July, 1804
CreatorNameMontagu family, Earls of Sandwich of Hinchingbrooke
RepositoryHuntingdonshire Archives

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