Document ReferenceBn 146-147
TitleLease and release from John Plumptre and others to Cornelius Launder and others of property in Beeston and Chilwell, Nottinghamshire; 5-6 Apr. 1802
Date5-6 April 1802
Extent2 items
Content DescriptionFirst Party: Rev. John Plumtre, prebendary of the Collegiate Church of Worcester and rector of Stone, Worcestershire; and Sir Richard Carr Glyn, baronet,

Second Party: John Plumptre esquire, of Fredville, Kent.

Third Party: Dorothy Strey of Beeston, sister and devisee for life named in the will of Richard Strey.

Fourth Party: Thomas Charlton esquire of Chilwell, great nephew and devisee for life named in the will of Richard Strey expectant upon the termination of the estate for life of (3).

Fifth Party: Cornelius Launder esquire of Nottingham, surviving trustee named in the Will of Richard Strey gentleman of Nottingham, deceased.

Lease and release from (1) and (2) to (3), (4) and (5) of Foal Close and Barn Close in Beeston, Trent Close in Beeston and Chilwell or one of them, and Knowle Close in Chilwell, a croft in the Tuttle Brook Field in Beeston, 3 lands in Tuttle Brook Field lying between Stony Land Close and Brook Close, and 5 lands in the same field lying in Mortlands Furlong; being part of the lands conveyed as a jointure upon Charlotte Pemberton; to be held by (5) upon various trusts [specified].

Covenant by (1) to produce title deeds specified in schedule.

Recitals: Marriage settlement of John Plumptre esquire and Charlotte Pemberton dated 16-17 May 1788, and the Will of Richard Strey dated 23 Jun. 1796.

Consideration: £1815 and 6 shillings paid by (5) as an investment of part of the residue of the estate of Richard Strey and in accordance with the terms of the Will.

Signatures: John Plumptre clerk, Ricjard Carr Glyn, John Plumptre.

Witnesses: H. Clifton, William Yakeman, John Johnson, Robert Lightfoot, William Maxted, William Norgrave.

Memorandum that (1) have received payment of £1815 and 6 shillings from (5)
Termestate business, conveyances, Beeston (Nottinghamshire)
estate business, conveyances, Chilwell (Nottinghamshire)
legal business, wills, Richard Strey 1796
marriage, settlements
marriage, settlements, jointure
Physical DescriptionSeals: 6 shellac seals, head of man in profile

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA65036Glyn; Richard Carr (1755-1838); 1st Baronet; MP for St Ives 1796-1802; of Gaunts Dorset; Lord Mayor of London 1798-1799; cr. 1800; son of 1st Baronet Glyn1755-1838
NA78240Plumptre; John (fl 1802); Rev; prebendary of the Collegiate Church of Worcester and rector of Stone, Worcestershirefl 1802
NA65035Plumptre; Charlotte (-1853); Mrs; dau. of Rev. Jeremy Pemberton of Trumpington; wife of John Plumptre of Fredville Kent-1853
NA65034Plumptre; John (1766-1827); Mr; of Fredville Kent and Nottingham1766-1827
NA78243Strey; Richard (c.1711-1797); lawyer and gentleman; of Nottingham; owned an estate at Beeston and Chilwell, Nottinghamshirec.1711-1797
NA78244Strey; Dorothy (-1802); Miss; of Beeston, Nottinghamshire; sister of and devisee for life named in the Will of Richard Strey, gentleman of Nottingham-1802
NA78457Charlton; Thomas (-c.1808); Colonel; 'the younger'; of Chilwell, Nottinghamshire; great-nephew and devisee for life named in the Will of Richard Strey; died without lawful issue-c.1808
NA57471Launder; Cornelius (c.1720-1806); landowner; of Nottingham; trustee of the Will of Richard Strey of Nottingham; cousin of Frances Launder and Ursula Norton [née Launder]c.1720-1806
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