Document ReferenceBn 132
TitleCommon recovery of land in Beeston and Chilwell, Nottinghamshire; Easter term 1769
Extent1 item
Content DescriptionFirst Party: Roger Hunt (demandant).

Second Party: Francis Gregg, gentleman (tenant to the praecipe).

Third Party: William Drury, gentleman (vouchee).

Common recovery of 10 messuages, 100 acres of land, 50 acres of meadow, 100 acres of pasture and common pasture with appurtenances in Beeston and Chilwell.

The document is dated Easter Term, 9 George III [1769]

Inscription: Robert Foster esquire, by virtue of writ directed to him 12 May caused seisin of tenements and common with appurtenances to be delivered to Roger Hunt.
Termestate business, recoveries
Physical DescriptionSeal of the Court of Common Pleas; tag inscribed Dickins

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA78214Gregg; Francis (fl 1769); gentleman of Skinners Hall, Dowgate Hill, Londonfl 1769
NA78213Drury; William (fl 1769); gentleman of Oakham, Rutland; only son and heir of William and Ann Drury late of Nottingham-pre 1787
NA78215Hunt; Roger (fl 1769); hosier of Nottinghamfl 1769
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