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Park Hall Estate

Catalogue Ref.† 2216


Park Hall

†††The Park Hall estate

††††††FILE †[no title] - ref.††2216/1-2† - date: 17 and 18 January 1772
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†1. John Charlton Kinchabt of Park Hall esq, eldest son and heir of John Kinchabt of Park Hall esq by Emma Kinchabt his wife lately deceased, who was sister and heir at law of Job Charlton late of Park Hall esq deceased and daughter of Sir Francis Charlton late of Ludford bart by Dame Mary his wife both deceased
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†Clive and Ashby, their executors, administrators and assigns, for term of 500 years from 25 March next, on trust; Kinchabt and assigns for his life with power to make jointures and portions and grant leases; Myddleton and Mytton and heirs to preserve contingent remainders; from death of Kinchabt, sons in tail male or in default of issue, John Kinchabt(father of John Charlton Kinchabt) and assigns for his life, the trustees to preserve, Francis Kinchabt(brother of John Charlton Kinchabt) and assigns for his life and trustees to preserve, sons in tail male; in default, to use of Richard Kinchabt another brother and assigns, trustees, sons in tail male; in default all daughters of John Charlton Kinchabt as tenants in common and heirs of their bodies, in default of issue to use of Emma Kinchabt and Elizabeth Kinchabt sisters of John Charlton Kinchabt, and heirs of their bodies, as tenants in common; in default, daughters of Francis Kinchabt as tenants in common and heirs of their bodies or daughters of Richard as tenants in common and heirs of their bodies; in default to use of Gertrude Browne wife of the Rev. Edward Browne Archdeacon of Cork daughter of Emma Kinchabt deceased by her former husband Richard Jenkins esq deceased and heirs of her body; or the heirs and assigns of John Charlton Kinchabt
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†The term of 500 years is to raise portions for Emma and Elizabeth Kinchabt when 21 - £2000 equally divided with interest at 4% from age 21 until paid, or £1000 for one survivor; if neither survive till 21, the term ceases. Power to life tenant to charge the estate with portions not exceeding £2000
††††††††† hit[from Scope and Content]†Signatures of John Charlton Kinchabt, John Adams, John Roberts, John Ashby

††††††FILE † [no title] - ref.††2216/3† - date: Hilary term, 12 George III (1772)
††††††††† hit[from Scope and Content]† John Roberts gentleman demandant, John Adams gentleman tenant, John Charlton Kinchabt vouchee

††††††FILE †[no title] - ref.†† 2216/4† - date: 7 February 1785
††††††††† hit[from Scope and Content]†Recovery suffered Hilary term 12 Geo IIIM(SRO 2216/3) Hilary term 1781, bill exhibited by Richard Rocke and Elizabeth his wife against Robert and Francis Gosling, J.C. Kinchabt, John Kinchabt the father, Francis Kinchabt, Richard Kinchabt, John Gardner and Emma his wife, praying an account of what was due to them for principal and interest. Richard Kinchabt then stated to be abroad. Order to refer case to Mr Montague, a Master of Chancery, to compute sums due to Elizabeth and Emma and raise item. Further Orders dated 14 July 1784 and 14 July 1784, and Report of Master 4 February inst.

††††††FILE †[no title] - ref.††2216/5 † - date: 20 July 1785
††††††††† hit[from Scope and Content]† 2. John Kinchabt, now of Ludlow, late of Park Hall esq
††††††††† hit[from Scope and Content]† John Kinchabt the father filed a bill in Chancery Michaelmas 1779 to compell an account to be made.
††††††††† hit[from Scope and Content]†Signatures of John Kinchabt, Robert Gosling, Francis Gosling

††††††FILE †[no title] - ref.†† 2216/6† - date: 15 November 1796
†††††††† †hit[from Scope and Content]†1. Richard Kinchabt now in the service of the East India Co
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†2. Francis Kinchabt of Easton in the parish of Middleton on the Hill co Hereford clerk, brother of Richard
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†23 March 1785 deed poll by Pardoe declared that the £1533.7.2 secured 7 February 1785 was the proper money of John Kinchabt
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†16 August 1785, another deed poll by Pardoe declared that the £1591 was also Kinchabt's
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†John Kinchabt died leaving a will dated 24 May 1789 bequeathing residue of personalty to Francis, his daughter Elizabeth Rocke, and Richard equally divided Proved PCC by the executors Francis Kinchabt and the Rev Samuel Sneade clerk. The debts and expenses are paid
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†Signature of Richard Kinchabt
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†3. George Andrews of Smith Street, Chelsea, esq and the Rev. William Bolland of Swineshead co Lincoln clerk and Richard Henry Kinchabt of St Johns College, Cambridge esq
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†Francis Kinchabt died leaving an only child Mary Emma Andrews. His will dated 15 October 1822 gave her all his real and personal estate and mortgages, charged with repayment to Goslings of the money advanced to Richard Kinchabt's wife or widow upon her arrival in England - the residue of the mortgages on Park amounting to £3124, to the whole of which he had become entitled - 2/3rds of this is to be assigned to the 3rd parties as part of the settlement on the 2nd marriage of Mary Emma to John Langley. Appointment of 3rd parties as their attorneys

††††††FILE †[no title] - ref.††2216/7† - date: 26 May 1801
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†1. Richard Rock of Trefnanney co Mont. esq and Elizabeth his wife, before her marriage Elizabeth Kinchabt one of the daughters of John Kinchabt
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†2. of Park Hall esq (deceased), and Francis Kinchabt of Easton in the parish of Middleton on the Hill clerk, brother of Elizabeth
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†Recital of assignment of 7 February 1785 (SRO 2216/4) and deed poll of 23 March 1785 (see SRO 2216/6) and 16 August 1785 (see SRO 2216/6), will of John Kinchabt
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†Consideration £1041.9.0 paid by Kinchabt
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†Assignment of their third share in the two principal sums. Appointment of Kinchabt as their attorney
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†3. George Andrews of Smith Street, Chelsea, co Middx esq, William Bolland of Swineshead co Lincoln clerk, and Richard Henry Kinchabt of St John's College, Cambridge, esq
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†Since the assignment, Kinchabt has died leaving Mary Emma Andrewes his only child, and having made a will dated 15 October 1822 devising to her, her heirs and assigns all his real and personal estate - in a codicil he charged his Park mortgages with remunerating Messrs Gosling and Sharp bankers for money advanced to his brother Richard Kinchabt's wife or widow upon her arrival in England - will and codicil proved PCC 16 March 1824. The money due to the bankers has been repaid

††††††FILE †[no title] - ref.††2216/8-9† - date: 15 and 16 June 1827
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†1. John Charlton Kinchabt of Brook Green, Hammersmith co Middx esq
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†2. Richard Henry Kinchabt late of St Johns College Cambridge, now of Southampton Place, Euston Squa co Middx esq
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†Recital of SRO 2216/1-2. Francis Kinchabt had an only son Francis who died without issue and unmarried. Richard Kinchabt died 1809, leaving an eldest son Richard Henry Kinchabt now of age 23. He is the first tenant in tail general in being. John Charlton Kinchabt is now 79 and has had no children
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†Conveyance of the same property for joint lives of Matthew Ford and John Charlton Kinchabt for the purposes declared, with proviso for Ford to pay Kinchabt £100,000, to make Ford tenant for a recovery to these uses:- to corroborate the estate for life of John Charlton Kinchabt and after to the intent that John Robert Nathaniel Kinchabt, brother of Richard Henry Kinchabt, and his assigns shallafter the decease of J.C.Kinchabt and his present or any future wife and then during the joint lives of the brothers receive a yearly rent tax free of £100 payable in the common dining hall of Lincolns Inn half yearly, with provision for distraint after 14 days and re-entry after 28 days even without formal or legal demand; after to use of Clive and Rogers and heirs on trust to preserve contingent remainders, after to use of son - in tail male, in default to use of John Robert Nathaniel Kinchabt and assigns for life, trustees, sons in tail male; in default to use of daughters as tenants in common and heirs of their bodies, and on failure of issue to use of Myra Anne Ellis sister of Richard Henry Kinchabt and wife of Charles Ellis esq, for her life, trustees, sons in tail male or daughters as tenants in common. Provision for tenants for life to alter or make settlements etc and leases at improved rents
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†Signatures of J.Charlton Kinchabt, R.H.Kinchabt, Matthew Ford, John Ford

††††††FILE †[no title] - ref.††2216/10† - date: 10 November 1831
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†2. George Andrews of Smith Street, Chelsea esq, the Rev William Bolland of Swineshead clerk and Richard Henry Kinchabt Lieutenant in HM Army, esq
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†4. John Charlton Kinchabt of Brook Green, Hammersmith esq and the said Richard Henry Kinchabt
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†Recital of mortgages 7 February 1785 and 20 July 1785, subsequent deeds poll, will of John Kinchabt, and assignments of 15 November 1796, 26 May 1801, 3 August 1826 (2), (vide ente)
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†John Charlton Kinchabt in opposition to the Langleys has claimed to be absolutely entitled to the 2 principal sums by an alleged agreement between him and Francis Kinchabt deceased dated 17 May 1814. Recital of decree in Chancery in 2 cases 10 June 1831
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†(a) John Langley and wife, Andrews and Bolland and others plts, John Charlton Kinchabt, Richard Henry Kinchabt and others defts
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†(b) John Charlton Kinchabt plt, the Langleys and others defts
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†Kinchabt's bill ordered to be dismissed with costs, the first bill referred to Master to tax costs. If the sum were not paid by Kinchabt, the mortgage to be foreclosed
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†Kinchabt has paid the costs

††††††FILE †[no title] - ref.††2216/14† - date: 31 July 1845
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†1. Richard Henry Kinchabt of Park Hall near Oswestry esq
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†Signature of R.H.Kinchabt

††††††FILE †[no title] - ref.††2216/15† - date: 31 July 1845
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†1. Richard Henry Kinchabt of Park Hall esq

††††††FILE †[no title] - ref.††2216/16† - date: 31 July 1845
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†2. Richard Henry Kinchabt of Park Hall esq

††††††FILE †[no title] - ref.††2216/17† - date: 19 December 1848
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†1. Richard Henry Kinchabt
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†3. Richard Henry Kinchabt
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†Conveyance of land to uses to be appointed by Kinchabt and in default to use of himself for life, Donne in trust, Kinchabt and his heirs and assigns for ever
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†(2) Richard Henry Kinchabt
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†i. John Charlton Kinchabt (since deceased)
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†ii. Richard Henry Kinchabt
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†v. Henry Clive then of Barkham esq (since deceased) followed by common recoveryon the whole estate John Charlton Kinchabt died without issue
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†(i) Richard Henry Kinchabt
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†(ii) Maria Eliza Kinchabt now his wife
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†In pursuance of the power given by settlement of 16 June 1827, Kinchabt appointed an annuity of £200 p.a. to his wife in case she survived him, charged on the property settled and appointed the property for term of 99 years to the trustees to secure this Recital of the Shrewsbury Oswestry and Chester Junction Railway Act 1845 - the line of the railway is intended to pass through the property. Richard Yates of Whittington surveyor appointed by the Railway Co and Timotheus Burd of Shrewsbury on behalf of Kinchabt value the land at £1838.19.0 and award £900 for damage
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†Kinchabt has petitioned Chancery so that the money received may be invested in lands to the same uses.

††††††FILE †[no title] - ref.††2216/18† - date: 13 August 1849
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†1. Richard Henry Kinchabt of Park Hall esq
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†Consideration £1800 advanced by Turner to Kinchabt

††††††FILE †[no title] - ref.††2216/19† - date: 3 August 1850
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†1. Richard Henry Kinchabt of Park Hall esq

††††††FILE †[no title] - ref.††2216/20† - date: 12 July 1855
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†1. Richard Henry Kinchabt of Park Hall esq
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†2. Charlton John Kinchabt pf same esq
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†Charlton John Kinchabt is the first son of the body of Richard Henry Kinchabt and has attained the age of 21
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†Conveyance subject to the annuity of £200 for Maria Eliza Kinchabt, to use of the son, his heirs and assigns, with bar on dower of any wife

††††††FILE †[no title] - ref.††2216/21† - date: 23 July 1855
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†2. Richard Henry Kinchabt

††††††FILE †[no title] - ref.††2216/23† - date: 23 July 1855
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†2. Richard Henry Kinchabt

††††††FILE †[no title] - ref.††2216/24† - date: 7 August 1855
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†1. Richard Henry Kinchabt of Park Hall esq and Maria Eliza his wife, formerly Maria Eliza Caton spinste
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†2. Charlton John Kinchabt of same esq, eldest son of the marriage
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†Recital of common recOvery of Hilary 1827, lease and release 15 and 16 June 1827. The marriage took place 2 December 1831, the eldest son came of age 27 May last. John Charlton Kinchabt died February 1832.
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†(1) Richard Henry Kinchabt
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†i. Kinchabt
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†(ii) Richard Henry Kinchabt
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†Order of court 11 June last gave consent for an advance to Kinchabt on security of the Park Hall estate including the land exchanged with Gore

††††††FILE †[no title] - ref.††2216/25† - date: 2 February 1857
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†2. Richard Henry Kinchabt of Park Hall esq

††††††FILE †[no title] - ref.††2216/26† - date: 30 December 1869
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]† Charlton John Kinchabt died 27 May 1859 intestate and unmarried, his father his heir at law
†††††††† †hit[from Scope and Content]† (1) Richard Henry Kinchabt and Maria Eliza Kinchabt
††††††††† hit[from Scope and Content]† Will of Richard Bewley Caton 4 May 1863, devising to his eldest son Richard Redmond Caton property vested in him as trustee or mortgagee. Testator died 24 January 1864, will proved PPR. Richard Henry Kinchabt died 8 June 1864. The annuity to John Robert Nathaniel Kinchabt during the joint lives of himself and Richard Henry Kinchabt was duly paid to that date.

Additional Lands Purchased

†††Land in Weston Rhynn

†††††† FILE †[no title] - ref.†† 2216/46-7† - date: 3 and 4 February 1835
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†3. Richard Henry Kinchabt of Chambers Green co Bucks esq
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†Lease and release of the land to use of Kinchabt and Donne as his trustee to bar dower; assignment of the term of 500 years to Longueville in trust

†††Land near Tinker's Green, Whittington

††††††FILE †[no title] - ref.††2216/48-9† - date: 24 and 25 March 1836
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†2. Richard Henry Kinchabt of Park Hall esq
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†Lease and release of 2 parcels land near Tinkers Green house, Whittington, (5.1.8) (John Rogers) to use of Kinchabt and trustee. Plan

†††Twmpoeth Eithin and land in Selattyn

††††††FILE †[no title] - ref.††2216/55-6† - date: 28 and 29 September 1840
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†2. Richard Henry Kinchabt of Park Hall, esq
†††††††††hit[from Scope and Content]†Lease and release of several parcels of land in Lower Porkington in the parish of Selattyn called Little field (3.2.7), Middle field (6.2.35) and Smallmen's ground (5.2.38) (John Povey esq) to use of Kinchabt and his trustee. Land free from all except land tax, tithe, chief rent and heriot