Document ReferenceBn 95-97
TitleMortgage by lease and release from Nathaniel Smalley to Mundy Musters of a farmhouse and land in Beeston, Nottinghamshire, for securing repayment of £600 and interest; 1-2 Apr. 1730
Date1-2 April 1730
Extent3 items
Content DescriptionFirst Party: Nathaniel Smalley, clerk, of Beeston, Nottinghamshire.

Second Party: Mundy Musters esquire of Colwick, Nottinghamshire.

Lease for a year and mortgage from (1) to (2) of a farmhouse in Beeston with adjoining croft and garden, also the Over Flatt, Nether Flatt and Lower Flatt Closes, Raylands Close [Ryelands Close?], Hassacks Close, Home Corner Close, one Little Lea Close, and 8 acres of meadow land and 10 beastgates with all appurtenances, by way of mortgage to secure the repayment of £600 with interest.

Proviso that if (1) repays the full amount plus interest to (2) on or before the 2 Oct. 1730, this indenture is made void.

Consideration: £600.

Signatures: Nathaniel Smalley

Witnesses: William Thorpe, Jon Thorpe.

Endorsement: Memorandum that (1) has received £600 from (2).

Documents are dated 1 and 2 April, 3 George II 1730.

Accompanied by a bond [Bn 97] from (1) to (2) in in the sum of £1200 for repayment of the debt.
Termfinancial affairs, mortgages, Beeston (Nottinghamshire)
financial affairs, bonds
Physical DescriptionSeals: 3 shellac seals; 2 with griffin rampant facing left; 1 splayed eagle above crown

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA78157Musters; Mundy (fl 1730); 'esquire'; of Colwick, Nottinghamshirefl 1730
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
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