Document ReferenceBn 126
TitleCommon recovery of land in Beeston, Nottinghamshire; Hilary term 1761
Extent1 item
Content DescriptionFirst Party: William Rawson the elder (demandant).

Second Party: John Seagrave, gentleman (tenant to the praecipe).

Third Party: Joshua Robinson and Sarah his wife (vouchees).

Common recovery of 1 messuage, 2 gardens, 40 acres of land, 5 acres of meadow, 20 acres of pasture and common pasture with appurtenances in Beeston.

The document is dated Hilary Term, 1 George III [1761]
Termestate business, recoveries
Physical DescriptionSeal of the Court of Common Pleas; tag inscribed 'Ex[aminatu]r Cooke'

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA78189Robinson; Joshua (fl 1760-1769); yeoman and framework knitter of Beeston, Nottinghamshirefl 1760-1769
NA78195Robinson; Sarah (fl 1761-1769); Mrs; née Levis; daughter and sole heir of William Levis of Beeston; married Joshua Robinsonfl 1761-1769
NA78196Seagrave; John (fl 1761); gentleman of Bartlets Buildings, Parish of St Andrews, Holborn, Middlesexfl 1761
NA78197Rawson; William (fl 1761-1769); 'the elder'; hosier of Nottinghamfl 1761-1769
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