|Content Description||First Party: Christopher Levys [Levis], yeoman, of Beeston.|
Second Party: Edward Levys [Levis] his father.
A messuage with all houses, buildings, gardens, lands, etc and appurtenances in Beeston; in the tenure of John Wilmote, husbandman of Beeston; which messuage and all appurtenances were lately received as a gift and feoffment from Edward Levis, but if Edward should marry before his death, then he should pay Christopher a yearly rent of 40 shillings from the profits of the messuage.
Signature: Christopher Levis
Endorsement: Sealed and delivered and peaceful possession taken (Latin). Permitted by Christopher Levis that the executor of the will of Edward Levis shall have the farm and lands and profits for one year after the death of Edward (English)
Witnesses: W. Gregory, Anthony Shrigley, Richard Levys [Levis], John Calver, William ...?, Thomas Jellibrand.
Document dated 14 Aug. 39 Elizabeth .