Document ReferenceBn 114
TitleAssignment of remainder of two 500 year terms on property in Beeston, Nottinghamshire; 24 Mar. 1737
Date24 March 1737
Extent4 membranes
Content DescriptionFirst Party: Charles Drury, apothecary of Nottingham.

Second Party: John Tunwell, baker of Warwick Street, Parish of St James, Middlesex.

Third Party: Robert Cresswell, gentleman of Rannston otherwise Ravenstone, Leicestershire and Derbyshire.

Fourth Party: Wiliam Buttery, gentleman of Sutton Bonington, Nottinghamshire.

Premises as in Bn 42, to be held by (3) in trust to the use of (4).

Consideration: 10 shillings paid by (4) to (1) and and 10 shillings paid by (3) to (1).

Recitals: recites indentures of 5 Oct. 1692 [Bn 42-43], 24 Jun. 1696 [Bn 48-49], 5 Apr. 1715 [Bn 85-86], 20 Apr. 1730 [Bn 98], 1-2 Apr. 1730 [Bn 95-96], 5 Sep. 1735, 5-6 Sep. 1735 [Bn 99-100], and 9-10 Sep. 1735 [Bn 101-102].

Signatures: Charles Drury, John Tunwell.

Witnesses: Thomas Allsopp, John Davys, John Smith, J. Watkinson.

Document is dated 24 March, 10 George II 1736 [1737, new style].
Termfinancial affairs, mortgages, Beeston (Nottinghamshire)
financial affairs, mortgages, assignment of
Physical DescriptionSeals: 4 shellac seals; 2 armorial; 2 church

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA78159Tunwell; John (fl 1735-1737); baker of Warwick Street, parish of St James, Middlesexfl 1735-1737
NA78166Buttery; William (fl 1736-1737); gentleman of Sutton Bonington, Nottinghamshirefl 1736-1737
NA78172Cresswell; Robert (fl 1737); gentleman of Rannston otherwise Ravenstone, Leicestershire and Derbyshirefl 1737
NA78171Drury; Charles (fl 1737-1749); apothecary of Nottinghamfl 1737-1749
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