|Content Description||First Party: William Smalley, yeoman, of Beeston, Nottinghamshire.|
Second Party: John Hawkins, gentleman of Nottingham.
In consideration of the sum of £200 paid to (1) by (2), demise for 500 years from (1) to (2) of a farm with appurtenances in Beeston in the tenure of William Smalley; a cottage with appurtenences in Beeston in the tenure of Thomas Chamberlain; a cottage with appurtenances in Beeston in the possession of Henry Sills; Over Flatt Close in the holding of Anne Smalley, widow; Middle Flatt Close and Hall Croft Close both in the possession of William Smalley; Hassacks Close divided into two parts in the holding of William Smalley and William Wilde; one little lea close in the possession of Edmund Barker; one rood of land in the possession of Mary Harrison, widow; a cottage and half an oxgang of land in the holding of William Cliffe; 2 oxgangs of land in the holding of Thomas Henson; and half an oxgang of land in the holding of George Knight, with all appurtenances [except Robinett Close].
Signatures: William Smalley and John Hawkins.
Witnesses: Edw. Paston, Rebecca Teafe, Thomas Oswin.
Other endorsements: Memorandum that William Smalley has received £200 from John Hawkins.
Document is dated 5 October, 4 William and Mary 1692.
Bn 43 is the counterpart.