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in pursuance of a declaration or direction for that purpose, contained in a certain indenture of release bearing date Jan. 1,1820, and made between the said Christopher Thornhill Thornhill, Esq., of the one part, and the said Joseph Fisher and Maria his wife of the other part, in and by which indenture the saidC. T. Thornhill, for the considerations therein mentioned or referred unto, did release all the said premises thereby surrendered unto the said Maria Fisher, and her sequels in right, for ever, freed and discharged of and from all right or equity of redemption which then was or at any time or times thereafter might be vested or subsisting in the said C. T. Thornhill ^his heirs or assigns, under or by virtue of the proviso or condition of redemption contained in a certain other indenture therein recited or referred unto, bearing date May 28, 1814 (which deed is on the Court Rolls). April 8, 1826, Joseph Fisher, formerly of Staple Inn, Middlesex, but then of Keswick, Cumberland, Esq., and Maria his wife, surrendered by the second of two surrenders, to William Sisson, late of the city of Carlisle, but then of Ormside, Westmoreland, Esq., Philip Camm, of Great Surrey Street, Surrey, Esq., Thomas Fisher, of Roche, Cornwall, clerk, and James Philip Bult, of Cheapside, London, Esq., all the premises comprised in the surrender of June 18, 1823, and by the same Demise, 6d. description. To have to the said William Sisson, Philip Camm, Thomas Fisher, and James Philip Bult, and their sequels in right, according to the custom of the court, rendering, &c. And they were thereupon admitted tenants. Defeazanced, in pursuance of and upon the trusts, and to and for the intents and purposes mentioned, expressed, declared, or referred to, of or concerning the same premises, in and by a certain indenture of settlement, bearing even date with the said surrender, and made between the said Joseph Fisher and Maria his wife, of the one part, and the said W. Sisson, Philip Camm, Thomas Fisher, and James Philip Bult, of the other part.

As to other part of Quays &c. late Sir William Middleton's and afterwards John Thornhill's.

August 17, 1762, two surrenders were executed by Rev. Henry Waistell and John Rosamon, to John Thornhill of Sunderland, coalfitter. 1. All that large quay or wharf situated at the east end of Sunderland, commonly

called the New Key, bounded on the west Demise, 4d. by a Key or Wharf called the Partnership

Key, and on the east by a Key or Wharf called the Commissioners' Key, and by the high and low water-marks of the River Wear on the south and north, and all buildings and erections thereupon erected with the appurtenances, being part of premises in two surrenders to Waistell and Rosamon of 27th May, 1760. 2. One moiety (the whole in two parts to be divided) of all that Key or Wharf situated at the east end of

Sunderland, commonly called or known Demise, 4d. by the name of the Partnership Key,

bounded by a Key or Wharf and messuages formerly belonging to Mary Ridley, widow, deceased, and then to Mr. Ettrick on the west, on a large Key or Wharf commonly called the New Key, late belonging to Sir William Middle ton, Bart., deceased, and then sold to John Thornhill on the east, and by the high and low water-marks of the River Wear on the south and north, and of all buildings and erections thereupon made, with the appurtenances, being part and parcel of certain premises in two surrenders to Waistell and Rosamon, 27 th May, 1760. To have to the said John Thornhill and his sequels in right, according to the custom of the court, rendering &c. And he was thereupon admitted tenant absolute.

As to other part late Shafto's.

August 17, 1762, the said Henry Waistell and John Rosamon, surrendered to Mary Shafto, of Sunderland, widow, all that part of a certain Key or Wharf situated

at the east end of Sunderland, commonly Demise, 4d. called the Commissioners' Key, which was

late in the possession of Stephen Shafto, gentleman, deceased, bounded on the east by the other part of the said Key called the Commissioners' Key lately purchased by Edward Hincks, gentleman, on the west by a large Key called the New Key, and on the south and north by the high and low water-marks of the River Wear, with all buildings and erections thereupon made, with the appurtenances, being part of certain premises in two surrenders to Waistell and Rosamon, 27th May, 1760. To have to the said Mary Shafto and her sequels in right, according to the custom of the court, rendering &c. And she was thereupon admitted tenant absolute. On 27th September, 1762, the said Mary Shafto surrendered to the said John Thornhill, all the premises comprised in the surrender of 17th August, 1762, to the said Mary Shafto, and by the same descrip

tion. To have to the said John Thornhill and his sequels in right according to the custom of the court, rendering &c. And he was thereupon admitted tenant absolute. On the 27th September, 1762, John Thornhill surrendered (by three surrenders) to Christopher Storey, of Stockton-upon-Tees, common brewer, all the premises contained in the two surrenders to J. Thornhill of 17 August, 1762, and by the same descriptions. To have to the said Christopher Storey and his sequels in right according to the custom of the court, rendering &c. And he was thereupon admitted tenant. Defeazanced in trust and for such uses as the said John Thornhill should by will appoint, and in default thereof in trust for the said John Thornhill, his heirs, sequels in right and assigns.

As to other part late Sir William Middleton's, and afterwards John Thornhill's.

February 19th, 1763, three surrenders were executed by the Rev. Henry Waistell and John Rosamon to John Thornhill.

1. One moiety (the whole in two parts to be divided) of a certain parcel of land lying in the parish of Sunderland-near-the-Sea, between a meet called the high waterDevise an mark and a meet called the low water.

" mark of the river Wear, on the south side of the said river, abutting upon a tenement and wharf to the same belonging called Bowes's Key, formerly in the tenure of Mary Ridley, widow, on the west, and a certain rock there called the Nab End, and premises comprised in the fourth surrender of Nov. 11, 1737.

2. One moiety (the whole in two parts to be divided)

of a certain parcel of land lying in the parish of Sunder land-near-the-Sea, between the meet called the high water. mark and the meet called the low water-mark of the

river Wear, on the south side of the said DEMISE, 6D. river, and extending from that part of the

rock there called the Nab End, so far as the said river Wear extends and runs towards the east; and also all such power, liberty, authority, and privilege, estate, right, title, and interest, formerly belonging to William Ettrick as agreed to be reserved to the said Wm. Ettrick and Anthony Ettrick then deceased in and by a certain Indenture dated 21st August, 1723, and made between the said William Ettrick and Anthony Ettrick of the first part, the Right Rev. William [Talbct) then Lord Bishop of Durham of the second part, and Charles Lumley, Esq., and others of the third part, (except a piece of ground lying between the high and low water-marks of the river Wear aforesaid, being part and parcel of the above surrendered premises, upon which has been erected part of a key called the Commissioners' Key, and other buildings, then belonging to and in the possession of Edward Hincks, which was surrendered to him on or about the 29th August, 1762) and premises in the third surrender of Nov. 11, 1737, except &c.

3. One moiety (the whole in two parts to be divided) of one parcel of waste ground with the appurtenances, lying in the parish of Sunderland-near-the-Sea, upon the

east end of the village of Sunderland, DEMISE, 6D. near the river or water of Wear on the

south side thereof, abutting upon a tenement and a certain parcel of waste ground to the said tenement belonging formerly in the possession of Mary

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