Counterpart Mortgage: Honington
Counterpart Indenture of Mortgage between Hugh Parker of Lincolns Inn of the first part, Sir Henry John Parker of Honington, Bart., of the second part and Henry Beeston of Cogges, co. Oxon., esq. of the third part (reciting ER3/1993 and that Hugh Parker, deceased, by his will, dated 25 December 1712, in pursuance of a power given him by the Marriage Settlement, ER3/1993, appointed £8,000 to provide portions for his younger children including the said Hugh Parker and also that the said Hugh Parker, being over 21 years of age, had applied to his brother, Sir Henry John Parker, for his share of the said £8,000), whereby it was witnessed that Hugh Parker, in consideration of £1,166 13s 4d to him paid by Henry Beeston with the consent of Henry John Parker, released to Henry Beeston all his interest in the said settlement; and it was further witnessed that, in consideration of £176 paid to Dame Margaret Parker, grandmother of the said Sir Henry John Parker by Henry Beeston in consideration of her parting with her interest in a house in Salisbury Court, London, to Sir Henry John Parker and also in consideration of £657 6s 8d (making in all £2,000) paid by Henry Beeston to Sir Henry John Parker, he, the said Sir Henry John Parker, mortgaged his estate in Honington to Henry Beeston for £2,000. Deed unexecuted.