|Content Description||First Party: William Drury, gentleman of Nottingham.|
Second Party: Anne Lowe, spinster of Denby, Derbyshire, one of the daughters of John Lowe esquire of Denby.
Third Party: James Haynes, gentleman of Nottingham, and John Wright, gentleman of Derby.
In consideration of the impending marriage between (1) and (2), and (2)'s dowry, and for settling a provision for (2) if she outlives (1), and for 5 shillings each paid by (3) to (1).
Premises as Bn 88, to be held in trust by (3) to the use of (1), and after his death to (2) for her jointure, and then to the first son of the marriage, and his heirs, etc.
Proviso that (1) and (2) may sell any part of the estate, upon condition that lands of equal income in Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire or Derbyshire shall be purchased in lieu; also condition that (1) and (2) may lease parts of the premises, provided that the term does not exceed 3 lives or 21 years.
Signatures: William Drury, Anne Lowe, James Haynes, J. Wright.
Witnesses: Daniel Greatorex, Samuel Milward, Samuel Ashmore, John Lowe, Samuel Greatorex.
Document is dated 13 June, 3 George I 1717.