Document ReferenceBn 59-60
TitleTwo parts of a final concord of property in Beeston, Nottinghamshire (Latin); Easter term 1698
Extent2 items
Content DescriptionFirst Party: Thomas Levis, Samuel Smalley and John Levis (plaintiffs).

Second Party: Thomas Sharpe, gentleman and Mary his wife, and Richard Levis, gentleman and Prudence his wife (deforciants).

Final concord of 1 messuage, 1 cottage, 1 garden, 1 orchard, 40 acres of land, 8 acres of meadow, 40 acres of pasture and common pasture in Beeston.

Consideration: £160.

The document is dated Easter Term, 10 William III [1698]
Termestate business, fines

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA78065Levis; Thomas (fl 1698); gentleman of Beeston, Nottinghamshirefl 1698
NA78071Smalley; Samuel (fl 1698); clerk, of Blore, Staffordshire; brother of William Smalley of Beestonfl 1698
NA78061Sharpe; Thomas (fl 1695-1698); gentleman of Newark, Nottinghamshirefl 1695-1698
NA78062Sharpe; Mary (fl 1695-1698); wife of Thomas Sharpe of Newark, Nottinghamshire; granddaughter of Richard Levis of Beeston, Nottinghamshirefl 1695-1698
NA78073Levis; Richard (-c. 1710?); gentleman of Derby-c. 1710?
NA78077Levis; John (fl 1698)fl 1698
NA78078Levis; Prudence (fl 1698-1710); Mrs; wife of Richard Levis, gentleman of Derbyfl 1698-1710
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