|Content Description||First Party: William Drury, gentleman of Oakham, Rutland.|
Second Party: Rebecca Anna Maria Hunt of Nottingham, widow of Thomas Hunt, late of Nottingham, and Mary Hunt, one of their daughters.
Third Party: Charles Drury, apothecary of Nottingham, and John Hunt, mercer of Nottingham.
In consideration of the marriage between (1) and Mary Hunt, £500 being her marriage portion, the bond in £400 of Rebecca Anna Maria Hunt to (1) and for the jointure of Mary Hunt and the provision of the children of the marriage. 1 farm with dovehouse in Beeston, Nottinghamshire, with lands and appurtenances in Beeston and Lenton, in the tenure of Henry Cox, and 6 other farms and messuages with homesteads, lands, appurtenances, etc in the separate tenures of widow [omission] Asher, Joseph Lees, John Smith, Henry Spray and Samuel Spray, Lancelot Cocks, and Joseph Henson; also Great Combs Close in the tenure of Robert Cartledge; to be held by (3) in trust, subject to several specified conditions and provisos.
Signatures: William Drury, R.A.M. Hunt, Mary Hunt, Charles Drury, John Hunt.
Witnesses: Robert Evans, Samuel Stephenson.
Document dated 10 January, 22 George II 1748 [1749, new style].