|Content Description||First Party: Mary Drury of Nottingham, widow of William Drury, gentleman, formerly of Nottingham but afterwards of Oakham, Rutland; William Drury and Ann his wife, 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: William Doubleday Crofts, gentleman of Nottingham.
Third Party: Nicholas Strey of Beeston, Nottinghamshire.
Property as in Bn 140 [see that record for details].
Signatures: Mary Drury, William Drury, Ann Drury, Thomas Drury, John Drury, Thomas Shaw, Mary Shaw, Elizabeth Drury, William Crofts.
Witnesses: Sydney Lowe, William Jamson, John Townsend, James Clay, Lem. Lowe, J.L Story, Robert Fox, John Philips.
Endorsement: Memorandum that (1) have received £2159 from (3)
Document is dated 24 June, 25 George III 1785.