|Content Description||First Party: Alexander Taylor, gentleman of Ashbourne, Derbsyhire, and Thomas Allsopp, gentleman of Edlaston, Derbyshire [as Trustees of the will of William Smalley of Beeston].|
Second Party: Richard Sherratt, gentleman of Nobutt, Staffordshire and his wife Anne [former wife of Samuel Smalley clerk of Blore, Staffordshire, and mother of Nathaniel Smalley, the son and heir of Samuel Smalley, and nephew and heir of William Smalley of Beeston].
Third Party: Rowland Okeover esquire, of Okeover, Staffordshire.
Fourth Party: George Ley, gentleman of Mathfield, Staffordshire.
As Bn 85; for the further securing of the payments of £300 and £100 plus interest, and for £250 paid to (1) by (3), and for 10 shillings paid to (1) by (4).
In consideration of the sum of £300 paid to (1) by (3) at the direction of (2), and £11.13.6 paid to (1) by (2), and for 5 shillings paid to (1) by (4).
Document is dated 5 April, 1 George I 1715.
Memorandum that £250 has been received from (3), n.b. unsigned and cross marked through.
Memorandum that (3) paid £300 to John Woodhouse and £250 to (1).
Memorandum that William Okeover has received £50 in part of the principal money on due on the mortgage, dated 25 Jan. 1725.
Memorandum that William Okeover has received all interest due on the mortgage, dated 8 Sep. 1727.
Bn 87 is the counterpart.