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Indenture of mortgage: Clodock Mill
Indenture of mortgage of Clodock Mill and lands in the township of Longtown in the parish of Clodock, County of Hereford, dated 27th November 1838 between Joseph Roberts the younger of the County of Hereford, Gentleman, Joseph Roberts the elder of the parish of Clodock, farmer, and Israel Morgan of the parish of Llanwenarth Ultra, yeoman, specifying that £400 has been lent and paid by Israel Morgan to Joseph Roberts the younger and secured as a mortgage on Clodock Mill and Lands at interest of 5% per annum. Reference is made to an earlier indenture between Ann Gwillim, Joseph Roberts the younger and Thomas Hughes.
The property is described as all that messuage or tenement formerly in the occupation of James Powell afterwards of James Ballard since of Henry Williams late of John Andrews and now of James Gwillim, together with the stable and water corn grist mill called Clodock Mill and four parcels of Orchard and meadow land and one other plot of land and garden containing in the whole four acres two roods and thirty perches, together with all houses, outhouses, edifices, buildings, yards, gardens, orchards trees, hedges, ditches, fences, ways, paths, passages, waters, watercourses, easements, commons, profits privileges, commodities, advantages, emoluments, hereditaments, rights, members and appurtenances whatsoever.
A receipt signed by Joseph Roberts Junr. for £400 from Israel Morgan is attached.