Carlisle 1895

Declaration

I the undersigned Mary Amelia Irwin of 1 Cavendish Place in the city of Carlisle Spinster do hereby declare that I hold the real estate of my brother William George Irwin which he has conveyed to me by an Indenture dated the seventeenth day of December one thousand eight hundred and ninety five upon trust when and so soon as he is able (but not by reason of his selling or mortgaging the said real estate) to pay me the sum of ………………………..

I undertake to reconvey to him his said real estate in fee simple Provided always that if at any time he desire with my permission to sell the said estate I am to have the option of purchase of the same at a sum to be fixed by two valuers and an umpire in the usual way

That out of the net surplus of rents of the said real estate after deducting payment of servants wages Insurance house rent Gas bill Five shillings per week and the amounts usually payable to George Frederick and Bertha Johnston I undertake to repair the said real estate and invest the remainder for the purpose of reducing the mortgage debt and render a statement yearly if demanded of receipts and payments and I make this solemn declaration conscientiously believing the same to be true and by virtue of the Statutory Declarations Act 1835

Declared at the city of Carlisle this 17th day of December 1895

Signed: Mary Amelia Irwin

Before me Edward Westmorland

A Commissioner for oaths