BASIL MYLREA FROM HENRY GRAVES

MORTGAGE - 1849 (Peel)

 

Know all men by these presents that I Basil Mylrea of the town of Peel, publican, do hereby own and acknowledge myself to be and stand justly endebted to Mr Henry Graves of the town of Peel, timber merchant, in the full and just sum of eighty pounds sterling to the payment whereof with interest thereunto at and after the rate of six percentum per annum, subject to be reduced to the rate of five percentum per annum if paid within two months after the same becomes due, and all costs and charges to attend these presents I do bind and oblige myself, my heirs, executors, administrators and assigns firmly by these presents

And for the better security of the said Henry Graves, his executors, administrators and assigns in the premises Further know that I the said Basil Mylrea by and with the consent of Jane my wife testified by her becoming an executing party hereto have given, granted, transferred, assigned and passed over and by these presents do give, grant, transfer, assign and pass over in security unto the said Henry Graves, his executors, administrators, and assigns all and singular the dwelling house situate in Bridge Street in the town of Peel with the yard and offices in the rear and attached thereto and now in my possession and which house and premises I the said Basil Mylrea acquired by purchase from James Woods and Elizabeth his wife by Deed of Sale dated the 4th day of April 1849 wherein and whereby the said premises are particulary described To hold unto the said Henry Graves, his executors, administrators and assigns the premises aforesaid with their appertenances until the said principal sum of eighty pounds with all interest, costs and charges to attend these presents be full paid off and discharged

And for the true and faithful performance hereof I the said Basil Mylrea do bind and oblige myself, my heirs, executors, administrators and assigns in and under the penalty of one hundred and sixty pounds to be levied and paid according to law

As witness my name and that of my said wife this 7th day of April 1849

Basil Mylrea his X mark, Jane Mylrea her X mark

Signed and delivered in presence of Robert Moore, James Woods

At Peel, 7th day of April 1849, Basil Mylrea and Jane Mylrea the executing parties to the before written deed of Bond and Security severally acknowledged the same to be their proper act and deed. Before me R. Harrison H.B.

Register Office 10th April, 1849 I certify that the foregoing deed was this day at the hour of one o├žlock afternoon received by me at this Office for the purpose of being registered and recorded according to law and that the same is entered in the Requisition Book pages 27 and 2224. ...Watts, D. R.

 

Registry Office 7 January 1857 Cancelled by virtue of the attached receipt. ...... Watts, D.G.Rolls

 

Know all men by these presents that Harriett Duff of the town of Douglas, widow and executrix of the late Robert Duff of the said town, merchant, doth hereby own and acknowledge herself to have received and .... the full amount of principal, interest, costs and charges now due and owing on a certain deed of Bond and Security granted and issued by Basil Mylrea of the town of Peel on the 7th day of April 1849 to Harry Graves of the said town for the principal sum of eighty pounds payable with interest secured upon certain dwelling house and premises in town of Peel and which said deed of Bond and Security with the property ....................... them and thereby granted in security was on the 16th January 1857 of the said Harry Graves duly assigned to the said Robert Duff and the said Harriett Duff in her said capacity doth therefore desire that the said deed of Bond and Security .. then and thereby granted was on the sixteenth January ... the said Henry Graves duly assigned to the said Robert Duff and the said Harriette Duff in her capacity doth therefore desire that the said deed of Bond and Security ......... may be and stand cancelled on record as witness her name this 9th day of January 1857

Harriett Duff

at Douglas 9 January 1857

Harriette Duff the executing party to the foregoing deed who is previously known to me acknowledged the same to be her proper act and deed before me. Stenhouse Wilson A.B.

Witness

.......... Harris

[Ref: Apr 1849 #12]

NOTES

  1. This might be an event following Basil's purchase of the Red Lion Hotel - perhaps he found himself a bit stretched after the purchase
  2. Basil was the youngest son of Edward Mylrea & Susannah Cashen, born KK German 1691, and the grandson of Edward Mylrea and Alice Quayle of Arbory/Malew
  3. He married Jane Garrett in Peel 1828. Five children: Edward (1832), Basil (1833), Susannah Alice (1836), Elizabeth Price (1838), Philip (1840)
  4. Basil was a mariner, and a publican in Peel. Hotel was called White Lion, in Bridge St
  5. Jane died 1872
  6. Sons: Edward spent most of his life in London and was a master organ builder; Basil lived in Manchester and was a master jeweller, Philip went first to Australia then to the US where he died at a young age

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