Ann Coulson

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  • Name  Ann Coulson 
    Born  1825 
    Gender  Female 
    Note  1860 
    COULSON v. ALLISON. 218:. June 12:1. 5-213:. ON the 1st of July, 1853, the plaintiff Ann Welbank married the defendant John Nicholson, who was the husband of her deceased sister. By an indenture bearing date the 31st of May, 1853, execytedip consideration the equity of redemption in certain farm-buildings, an ofher inu orchard, lands and hereditaments at Alne, in the county of York, which had been devised by the will of Michael Coulson, deceased, and were then and since in the occu- on the ground pation of Robert Coulson, were, for the consideration therein mentioned, conveyed to Ann Welbank, widow (daughter of the said Michael Coulson), her heirs and assigns for ever, subject to a mortgage for a term of 1000 years to the defendant John P. Allison, his executors, administrators and assigns, to secure 600l. and interest at 4 per cent. By an indenture dated the 28th of October, 1853, pur porting to be a post-nuptial settlement, and expressed to be made between the said John Nicholson and Ann his wife of the one part, and Jonathan Nicholson (a relative of the said John Nicholson) of the other part, the said John Nicholson and Ann Welbank (therein described as Ann the wife of the said John Nicholson) conveyed and assigned the premises contained in the above indenture of the 31st of May, 1853, and also a bond-debt of 900l. then due to the said Ann Welbank from a Mr. Henry Peckett, to the said John Nicholson, his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns (as to the said hereditaments subject to the said mortgage), in trust for the said John Nicholson, his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, as his own pro perty, monies and estate, free from any claim or right into or out of the same by or on the part of the said Ann his wife. The deed was executed by Ann Welbank, and acknowledged by her as a married woman. On the 17th of January, 1854, the defendant Nicholson obtained payment of the bond debt of 9001. from the obligee H. Peckett. In December, 1859, the plaintiff Ann Welbank separated from the defendant, and had from that time lived apart. By an indenture dated the 12th of January, 1860, in con sideration of 11001. Ann Welbank assigned and conveyed the lands and hereditaments comprised in the deed of the 31st of May, 1853, to her brother Jonathan Coulson the plaintiff, subject to the mortgage. J. Coulson, by the same deed, covenanted with Ann Welbank to pay off the mortgage for 6001. to the parties entitled to receive the said mortgage monies. It was sworn to in the evidence that the sale to Coulson was bond ?de, but it was admitted the purchase-money had not been paid. In the latter part of January, 1860, the plaintiff Coulson applied to the mortgagee Allison to be allowed to pay off the mortgage immediately, including interest for the six months in advance, instead of notice. On the 3rd of February, Messrs. Arrowsmith and Allison addressed.

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    Person ID  I644  Welbank1
    Last Modified  25 Sep 2013 

    Family 1  William Welbank,   b. 1825,   d. 1847, Easingwold, Yorkshire Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  30 Sep 1846  York, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified  23 Jan 2012 
    Family ID  F223  Group Sheet

    Family 2  John Nicholson 
    Last Modified  25 Sep 2013 
    Family ID  F274  Group Sheet

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