Document ReferenceBn 112
TitleConveyance from John Tunwell to William Buttery of property in Beeston, Nottinghamshire; 8 Dec. 1736
Date8 December 1736
Extent1 item; 2 membranes
Content DescriptionFirst Party: John Minors, apothecary of Ashby de la Zouch, Leicestershire.

Second Party: John Tunwell, baker of Warwick Street, Parish of St James, Middlesex [now London] and Mary his wife.

Third Party: William Buttery, gentleman of Sutton Bonington, Nottinghamshire.

Conveyance from (1) to (3) of an estate at Beeston [premises as Bn 101]; premises to be held by (3) of the chief lord of the fee under yearly rents of 16 shillings payable to Robert Dashwood esquire.

Covenant by (2) to levy a fine to (3) before the end of Hilary term.

Consideration: £775.12.6 paid by (3) to (1), being the payment with interest of a mortgage debt between (1) and (2) [seeBn 103-106], and £564.7.6 paid by (3) to (2).

Signatures: John Minors, John Tunwell, Mary Tunwell.

Witnesses: William Dawson, Thomas, Allsopp, John Davys.

Endorsements: Memorandum that (1) has received £775.12.6 from (3) and (2) has received £564.7.6 from (3).
Termestate business, conveyances, Beeston (Nottinghamshire)
Physical DescriptionSeals: 3 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
NA78165Minors; John (fl 1735); apothecary of Ashby de la Zouchfl 1735
NA78166Buttery; William (fl 1736-1737); gentleman of Sutton Bonington, Nottinghamshirefl 1736-1737
NA78167Tunwell; Mary (fl 1736); wife of John Tunwell the baker of Warwick Street, Parish of St James, Middlesexfl 1736-1737
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