Document ReferenceBn 76
TitlePetition for an Act of Parliament permitting the sale of the estate of William Smalley [deceased] at Beeston, Nottinghamshire; 29 Feb. 1711
Date29 February 1711
Extent1 item
Content DescriptionThe estate is specified in indentures dated 15-16 Sep. 1707 [Bn 68 and Bn 69] which conveyed it to Alexander Taylor and Thomas Allsopp, to be held in trust by them, for discharging the debts of William Smalley and freeing his heir Nathaniel Smalley, aged 8, of these debts, and for enabling a more appropriate purchase to be made for Nathaniel Smalley by his mother an guardian Ann Sherratt, and trustees Alexander Taylor and Thomas Allsopp.

Signatures: Ann Sherratt, Alexander Taylor, Thomas Allsopp.

Witnesses: Samuel Clarke, Ilsley Sherratt.
Termestate business, Beeston (Nottinghamshire)
parliamentary business, petitions
Physical DescriptionSeals: 3 of, shellac, armorial

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA78093Taylor; Alexander (fl 1707); gentleman of Ashborne, Derbyshire; trustee of the Will of William Smalleyfl 1707
NA78094Allsopp; Thomas (fl 1707-1730); of Edlaston, Derbyshire; trustee of the Will of William Smalleyfl 1707-1730
NA78092Smalley; William (-pre 1711); yeoman of Beeston, Nottinghamshire; brother of Samuel Smalley of Blore, Staffordshire-pre 1711
NA78101Smalley; Nathaniel (c.1699-1776); clerk; fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge University from 1729; rector of North Luffenham and vicar of Preston near Lavenham 1742-1776; son and heir of Samuel Smalley and Ann Smalley [afterwards Ann Sherratt]; nephew and heir of William Smalley of Beeston, Nottinghamc.1699-1776
NA78102Sherratt; Ann (fl 1711); also Anne; married Samuel Smalley then afterwards married Richard Sherratt; mother of Nathaniel Smalleyfl 1711
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