|Content Description||First Party: Isaac Cheshire, gentleman of Derby; Richard Clayton, gentleman of Codner, Derbyshire; and Prudence Levis of Derby, widow of Richard Levis later of Derby, gentleman; as executors of the will of Richard Levis.|
Second Party: William Drury, gentleman of Nottingham.
Lease and release from (1) to (2) of a house with adjoining croft in Beeston, in the possession of William Hornbuckle; 1 beastgate and 1 cottage with adjoining croft in Beeston, 1 other croft and 2 beastgates, and 2 roods of land in the Far Field and 2 roods in Church Field [locations described], with all appurtenances.
Signatures: Isaac Cheshire, Richard Clayton and Prudence Levis.
Witnesses: Richard Hanson, Ilsley Sherratt.
Documents are dated 21 and 22 April, 9 Anne 1710.
Release endorsed with memorandum that (1) have received payment of £81 from (2).