|Content Description||First Party: William Doubleday Crofts, gentleman of Nottingham (plaintiff)|
Second 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). (deforciants).
Final concord of 5 messuages, 10 cottages, 15 barns, 12 stables, 3 dovehouses, 15 gardens, 15 orchards, 200 acres of land, 150 acres of meadow, 150 acres of pasture, and pasture for 50 beasts, with all appurtenances in Beeston and Lenton.
Document is dated Trinity term, 25 George III 1785.
Examined by William Archer, 30 Nov. 1827.