|Content Description||First Party: Mary Drury of Nottingham, widow of William Drury, gentleman, formerly of Nottingham but afterwards of Oakham, Rutland; William Drury, merchant of Bread Street near Cheapside, City of London, eldest son and heir of William and Mary Drury; Thomas Drury of Bread Street; John Drury, bankers clerk of Birchin Lane, Lombard Street, City of London; Thomas Shaw, mercer, of Coventry and Mary his wife; Elizabeth Drury of Nottingham, spinster (Thomas Drury, John Drury, Mary Shaw and Elizabeth Drury being the younger children of William and Mary Drury).|
Second Party: Nicholas Strey of Beeston, Nottinghamshire.
Lease for 1 year from (1) to (2) of a farm with barns, stables, etc and appurtenances in Beeston; Rounds Close, Hoppett Close, Muskey Sike Close, Stone House Hay Sike Close, Turnip Hay Sike Close, Ryelands Close, Derby Road Combs Close, Combs Close and Far Field Close, all in Beeston; also 12 cowgates and all appurtenances, and 32 acres 2 roods and 18 perches of land [fully described in attached schedule].
Signatures: Mary Drury, William Drury, Thomas Drury, John Drury, Thomas Shaw, Mary Shaw, Elizabeth Drury.
Witnesses: Sydney Lowe, William Jamson, John Townsend, James Clay, Robert Fox, John Philips.
Document is dated 23 June, 25 George III 1785.
See also Bn 141.