Document ReferenceBn 108-110
TitleMortgage by lease and release from John Tunwell to Nathaniel Smalley of property in Beeston, Nottinghamshire, for securing repayment of £550 and interest; 9-10 Jul. 1736
Date9-10 July 1736
Extent3 items
Content DescriptionFirst Party: John Tunwell, baker of Warwick Street, Parish of St James, Liberty of westminster, Middlesex [now London].

Second Party: Nathaniel Smalley, clerk, of Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge.

Lease for a year [Bn 108] and mortgage [Bn 109-110] from (1) to (2) of premises listed in Bn 101-102, by way of mortgage to secure the repayment of £550 due to (2) by the bond of (1).

Proviso that if (1) repays the full amount plus interest to (2) on or before the 10 Jul. 1738, then (2) will reconvey the property in question to (1).

Covenant by (1) to repay the debt on 10 Jul. 1738.

Consideration: £550.

Witnesses: Hope Docksey, Richard Filkin

Documents are dated 9 and 10 July, 10 George II 1736.
Termfinancial affairs, mortgages, Beeston (Nottinghamshire)
Physical DescriptionSeals: shellac seals; armorial

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA78159Tunwell; John (fl 1735-1737); baker of Warwick Street, parish of St James, Middlesexfl 1735-1737
NA78101Smalley; Nathaniel (c.1699-1776); clerk; fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge University from 1729; rector of North Luffenham and vicar of Preston near Lavenham 1742-1776; son and heir of Samuel Smalley and Ann Smalley [afterwards Ann Sherratt]; nephew and heir of William Smalley of Beeston, Nottinghamc.1699-1776
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