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1822

ADMINISTRATION OF JOHN MUCKLESTON

Source: Public Record Office Prob 6/198.

 

Entered on the above document is "Limited administration entered at length" which then refers to the following record:-

 

Prob 7/14.

 

Under £50

Charles by divine providence Archbishop of Canterbury primate of all England and Metropolitan To our well beloved in Christ Henry Rosser of Bartletts Buildings Holborn in the City of London Gentlemen Greeting.

Whereas it has been alleged before the worshipful Jesse Addams Doctor of Laws Surrogate of the Right Honourable Sir John Nicholl Knight also Doctor of Laws Master Keeper or Commissionary of our Prerogative Court of Canterbury lawfully constituted by on the part and behalf of William Harley of Shrewsbury in the County of Salop Gentlemen devisee in trust named in the will of Robert Edwards Esq deceased that in and by a certain Indenture of assignment made or mentioned to be made the twenty fifth day of December in the year of our Lord 1767 (written) between Richard Pryce of Shrewsbury in the county of Salop Surgeon of the first part Thomas Harries of Cruckton in the said county Esq a trustee named in the will of Elizabeth Edwards late of Wilcott in the said county widow deceased and John Rogers Edwards of Wilcott aforesaid Gentleman grandson of the said Elizabeth Edwards and also sole executor and residuary legatee named in her said will of the second part Benjamin Poole of Tresnant in the said county Gentleman of the third part and John Muckleston deceased therein described of Shrewsbury in the said county Gentleman of the fourth part reciting that by Indenture bearing date the twenty fourth day of June one thousand six hundred and fifty six and made or mentioned to be made between John Chambre of Petton in the county of Salop gentleman of the first part Sarah Calcott of Ford in the same county Widow of the second part the said Elizabeth Edwards of the third part and the said Richard Pryce of the fourth part reciting a certain other Indenture of demise or mortgage bearing date on or about the twenty sixth day of July in the year one thousand seven hundred and thirty one and made or mentioned to be made between the said Elizabeth Edwards of the one part and Sir Rowland Hill Baronet of the other part wherein it is interalia recited that the said Elizabeth Edwards had on that day borrowed of the said Sir Rowland Hill the sum of five hundred pounds on her bond It was by the said indenture of the twenty sixth day of July one thousand seven hundred and thirty one witnessed that in consideration of the said sum of five hundred pounds and for securing the repayment thereof with interest and for the other considerations therein mentioned she the said Elizabeth Edwards did grant bargain and sell unto the said Sir Rowland Hill (among other premises) all that moiety of one third of all that capital messuage or tenement with the appurtenances late of Thomas Corbett Gentleman father of the said Elizabeth Edwards called the Glym situate lying and being in Winnington in the said county of Salop then or then late in the possession of Francis Smith but thentofore in the possession of Ann Askins Widow and all houses buildings lands and hereditaments thereto belonging and a moiety of the third part of all that other messuage or tenement with appurtenances lying in Winnington aforesaid then or late in the possession of Mary Thomas Widow and thentofore in the possession of one Abraham Preynold and of all houses buildings lands and hereditaments thereto belonging and a moiety of the third part of all that messuage or tenement with the appurtenances late of the said Thomas Corbett and then or late in the possession of the said Francis Smith his assigns or undertenants but then tofore in the possession of one William Littlehales lying and being in Middleton in the county of Montgomery and of all houses buildings lands and hereditaments thereunto belonging and a moiety of the third part of all those two closes or parcels of land in Middleton aforesaid then or then late in the holding of the said Frances Smith his assigns or undertenants being part and parcel of the lands there called Giverney Brynn and a moiety of one third part of one other parcel of land then or then late also in the possession of the said Frances Smith lying in Middleton aforesaid commonly called Errow Guch and a moiety of the third part of all that other messuage or tenement in Baulsley aforesaid then or then late in the holding of Thomas Glover but thentofore in the holding of Martha Davies Widow and of all houses buildings lands and hereditaments thereto belonging and also a moiety of the third part of a moiety of all that other messuage or tenement with the appurtenances lying in Baudsley aforesaid then or then late in the holding of the said Thomas Glover and Richard Whittingham or one of them their or one of their assigns or undertenants but thentofore in the possession of John Peers Gentleman grandfather of the said Elizabeth Edwards and also of all houses buildings lands and hereditaments thereunto belonging and the reversion and reversions remainder and remainders rents issues and profits of all the said premises and all the estate and interest of her the said Elizabeth Edwards therein to hold to the said Sir Rowland Hill his executors administrators and assigns from thenceforth for and during the term of three hundred years from thence next ensuing at a pepper corn rent subject to redemption on payment of the said sum of five hundred pounds and interest at the time therein mentioned and further reciting that in and by a certain other indenture of assignment bearing date on or about the twenty sixth day of January in the year one thousand seven hundred and thirty five and made or mentioned to be made between the said Sir Rowland Hill baronet of the first part the said Elizabeth Edwards of the second part and the said John Chambre of the third part reciting the aforesaid indenture of mortgage and that all interest on the said sum of five hundred pounds had been paid it was by the paid indenture now in recital witnessed that inconsideration of the said sum of five hundred pounds by the said John Chambre to the said Sir Rowland Hill paid by the direction and appointment of the said Elizabeth Edwards testified as therein mentioned the receipt whereof as thereby acknowledged he the said Sir Rowland Hill did bargain sell assign and set over unto the said John Chambre his executors administrators and assigns all and singular the aforesaid premises with their appurtenances and the reversion and reversions remainder and remainders of the same and all his estate and interest therein and also the said recited bond to hold all and singular the said premises with their appurtenances unto the said John Chambre his executors administrators and assigns for the residue of the said term of three hundred years without impeachment of waste subject to redemption of payment of the said sum of five hundred pounds with interest at the time therein mentioned and further reciting that default was made in payment of the said sum of five hundred pounds and interest whereby the legal estate of the said John Chambre of and in the said premises became absolute in law for the reminder of the said term and further reciting that the money so pecured on the said premises was the proper money of the said Sarah Calcott and that the name of the said John Chambre was used only in trust for her and that she had then lately received the sum of four hundred pounds in part of the principle and interest due to the said recited securities so that there then remained due thereon the sum of three hundred and seventy one pounds fourteen shillings and eleven pence and further reciting that the said Sarah Calcott having occasion for the principle and interest so due to her she the said Elizabeth Edwards had prevailed upon the said Richard Pryce to advance and lend the same as well as to advance and lend to the said Elizabeth Edwards the further sum of twenty eight pounds five shillings and a penny making together the sum of four hundred pounds and to accept and take and assignment of the before mentioned premises (among others) for the payment thereof with interest It was by the said indenture of the twenty fourth day of June one thousand seven hundred and fifty six witnessed that in consideration of the sum of three hundred and seventy one pounds fourteen shillings and eleven pence of lawful money to the said Sarah Calcott paid by the said Richard Pryce he the said John Chambre by the consent direction and appointment of the said Sarah Calcott testified as therein mentioned did bargain sell assign and set over and the said Elizabeth Edwards for the considerations aforesaid and for the better and more effectually securing the repayment of the said respective sums with interest as therein mentioned did grant release ratify and confirm unto the said Richard Pryce his executors administrators and assigns (interalia) all those the aforesaid several and respective moieties of a third part of a moiety shares and parts of and in the before mentioned messuages lands and premises to hold the same with their appurtenances unto the said Richard Pryce his executors administrators and assigns for the residue of the said term of three hundred years subject to a proviso for redemption on payment of the full sum of four hundred pounds with interest as therein mentioned And further reciting that default was made in payment of the said sum of four hundred pounds whereby the estate of the said Richard Pryce of and in the said premises for the reminder of the said term became absolute in law And further reciting that the said Elizabeth Edwards was since dead having first made her will and thereby devised to the said Thomas Harries and his heirs (among other premises) the aforesaid several moieties and part of moieties and parts and shares of the aforesaid several messuages or tenements and premises comprised in the said term of three hundred years upon the trusts of her said will mentioned and appointed the said John Rogers Edwards sole executor thereof and that the said Benjamin Poole had contracted and agreed with the said Thomas Harries and John Rogers Edwards in whom one of them the freehold and inheritance of the said messuages and premises comprised in the said term of three hundred years was then legally vested for the absolute purchase of all the right and interest of the said Thomas Harries and John Rogers Edwards therein and that for and in consideration of five pounds five shillings paid to the said John Rogers Edwards and of the sum of three hundred and ninety four pounds fifteen shillings the residue of the purchase money to be paid as therein mentioned there being then due and owing upon the aforesaid security to the said Richard Pryce for principle and interest the sum of four hundred pounds and upwards it had been agreed by and between all the parties to the said indenture of assignment of the twenty fifth day of December one thousand seven hundred and sixty seven that the sum of three hundred and ninety four pounds fifteen shillings the residue of the purchase money should be paid to the said Richard Pryce and that the said term of three hundred years or the remainder thereof should be assigned to the said John Muckleston in trust as therein and hereinafter mentioned It is by the said indenture of the twenty fifth day of December one thousand seven hundred and sixty seven witnessed that in consideration of the sum of three hundred and ninety four pounds fifteen shillings to the said Richard Pryce paid by the said Benjamin Poole with the said sum of five pounds five shillings so paid to the said John Rogers Edwards making together the said sum of four hundred pounds the receipt whereof is thereby acknowledged and also in consideration of five shillings to the said Richard Pryce also paid by the said John Muckleston He the said Richard Pryce by the direction and appointment of the said Benjamin Poole testified as therein mentioned did bargain sell assign and set over unto the said John Muckleston his executors administrators and assigns all and singular the aforesaid several and respective moieties of a third part or third part of a moiety shares and parts of and in all and singular the messuages or tenements lands hereditaments and premises with their appurtenances and all the estate right title and interest of him the said Richard Pryce therein to hold the same to the said John Muckleston his executors administrators and assigns for the residue of the said term of three hundred years upon trust for the said Benjamin Poole his heirs and assigns to the intent that the said term and estate thereby assigned should attend upon the freehold of the premises intended to be conveyed to the said Benjamin Poole his heirs and assigns as aforesaid as in and by the said indenture of the twenty fifth day of December one thousand seven hundred and sixty seven produced and shown to the said surrogate relation being thereunto had doth appear And whereas it was further alleged that the said John Muckleston was late of Shrewsbury in the county of Salop Gentleman and departed this life in or since the year one thousand seven hundred and sixty seven intestate and without having in his lifetime assigned the residue and remainder of the said term of three hundred years to any person or persons whomsoever having whilst living and at the time of his death goods chattels and credits in diverse Diocese or Jurisdictions within the Province of Canterbury and letter of administration of his goods chattel and credits have not as yet been granted to any person whomsoever so that there is not now any legal personal representative of him and that the said William Harley as devisee in trust under the will of Robert Edwards Esquire deceased is now legally entitled to the freehold and inheritance of and in the aforesaid several and respective moieties of a third part or a third part of a moiety shares and parts of and in the aforesaid messuages or tenements lands and premises with there appurtenances comprised in the aforesaid term of three hundred years and has also the sole equitable right title and interest in and to the residue and remainder of the said term but that he cannot make a legal title thereto for want of a personal representative of his the said John Muckleston deceased to assign and convey the residue and remainder of the said term to some person or persons upon trust to go along with and protect the freehold and inheritance of the several and respective moieties parts or shares of and in the said messuages tenements lands and premises therein comprised from all mesne incumbrances And whereas it was further alleged that the said William Harley hath in and by a special proxy in writing under his hand and seal authorised and empowered his proctor to pray and procure letters of administration of the goods chattels and credits of the said John Muckleston deceased under the limitations hereinafter mentioned to be committed and granted to the said William Henry Rosser as a person for that purpose named by and on his part and behalf (as in and by the said proxy produced and shown to the said surrogate and left in the registry of our said court reference being thereunto had will more fully appear) And whereas the surrogate aforesaid having duly considered the premise sis at the petition of the proctor of the said William Harley decree letters of administration of the goods chattels and credits of the said John Muckleston deceased limited so far only as concerns all the right title and interest of him the said deceased in and to all those the aforesaid and several and respective moieties of a third part of a third part of a moiety shares and parts of and in the aforesaid messuage tenements lands hereditaments and premises with all and singular there appurtenances comprised in the aforesaid term of three hundred years therein granted and now to come and unexpired and all benefit and advantage to be had received and taken therefrom but no further or otherwise or in any other manner whatsoever to be committed and granted to the said William Henry Rosser as a person for that purpose named by and on the part and behalf of his the said William Harley on giving the usual security (justice so requiring) We do therefore by these presents grant full power and authority to you the said William Henry Rosser in whose fidelity we confide to administer and faithfully dispose of the goods chattels and credits of the said John Muckleston deceased limited so far only as concerns all the rights title and interest of his the said deceased in and to all those the aforesaid several and respective moieties of a third part of a third part of a moiety share and parts of and in the aforesaid messuages tenements lands hereditaments and premises with all and singular their appurtenances comprised in the aforesaid term of three hundred years and the residue remainder of the said term of three hundred years therein granted and now to come and unexpired and all benefit and advantage to be had received and take therefrom but no further or otherwise or in any other manner whatsoever you having been already sworn well and faithfully to administer the same and to make a true and perfect inventory of the said limited goods chattels and credits and exhibit the same into the registry of our said Prerogative Court of Canterbury together with a true and just account of and concerning your administration thereof when you shall be thereunto lawfully required and we do by these presents ordain dispute and constitute you the said William Henry Rosser administrator of the goods chattels and credits of the said John Muckleston deceased limited only as far as concerns all the right title and interest of him the said deceased in and to all those several and respective moieties of a third part a third part of a moiety shares and parts of and in the aforesaid messuages tenements lands hereditaments and premises with all and singular their appurtenances comprised in the aforesaid term of three hundred years and the residue and reminder of the said term of three hundred years therein granted and now to come and unexpired and all benefit and advantage to be had received and taken therefrom but no further or otherwise or in any other manner whatsoever

Given at London the thirteenth day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty two and in the eighteenth year of our translation.

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Genealogical Information

 

 

Occupation: Gentleman

Baptised: Not known alive in 1767

Died: prior to 13th April 1822

Due to the lack of any further information the exact identity of this gentleman can only be speculation at this point in time.