Document ReferenceBn 91
TitleRelease from George West to Mary Drury of Hassack Close and Comb Close at Beeston, Nottinghamshire; 12 Feb. 1722
Date12 February 1722
Extent1 item
Content DescriptionFirst Party: George West, framework knitter, formerly of Beeston but now of Cripple Gate St Giles in the City of London.

Second Party: Mary Drury, spinster, daughter of William Drury gentleman of Nottingham and Anne his wife.

Release from (1) to (2) of Hassack Close in the occupation of George Sharpe, and Comb Close in the possession of John Moore [locations described].

Covenant by (1) to levy a fine at his own cost, should it turn out that he was married to Elizabeth West, daughter of his uncle George West, or to any other woman, at or before the sealing of this document.

Consideration: £120.

Signature: George West.

Witnesses: George Brown, Thomas Cox.

Endorsement: Memorandum that (1) has received £120 from (2).

Document is dated 12 February, 8 George I 1721 [1722 new style].
Termestate business, conveyances, Beeston (Nottinghamshire)
Physical DescriptionSeal: shellac, armorial

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA78137Drury; Mary (fl 1722); spinster; daughter of William Drury, gentleman of Nottingham and his wife Annefl 1722
NA78138West; Elizabeth (fl 1722); daughter of George West, the uncle of George West of Cripple Gate St Giles, Londonfl 1722
NA78139West; George (fl 1722); framework knitter of Cripple Gate St Giles, City of London, formerly of Beeston, Nottinghamshirefl 1722
NA78140West; George (fl 1722); father of Elizabeth West; uncle of George West the framework knitter of Cripple Gate St Giles, Londonfl 1722
NA78141Sharpe; George (fl 1722); tenant at Hassack Close, Beeston, Nottinghamshirefl 1722
NA78142Moore; John (fl 1722); tenant at Comb Close, Beeston, Nottinghamshirefl 1722
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