|Content Description||First Party: Thomas Brand of The Hoo, Hertfordshire, Esq.|
Second Party: Nicolas Bonfoy of Abbotts Ripton, Huntingdonshire, Esq.
Lease and release by (1) to (2) by way of mortgage of the manor of Aslacton and messuages, lands, a windmill and a fishery on the River Smite there; a farm at Grandby; a messuage in Nottingham adjoining the Blackmoors Head, two messuages in Bridlesmith Gate, a messuage in Stoney Street, a messuage and wood yard in Marygate, 9a. of land in Clayfield, 9a of land in The Meadows, 17a. of land in Sandfield near Chapel Bar, and two messuages in Bellergate, all in the town and county of the town of Nottingham; messuages and lands at Orston and Screveton; the rectory of Willoughby on the Wolds; messuages and lands at Bleazby, Gourton, Gibsmere and Notown; parcels of land at Carcolston and Thoroton; and fee farm rents issuing from the manors of Broxtowe and Mapperley, all Nottinghamshire, to secure the repayment of £3000 and interest to (2).
Consideration: £3000 by (2) to (1).
Endorsed, 22 Mar. 1775:
Deed poll deed of further charge for £6000 and interest.
Endorsed, 4 Dec. 1776:
Deed poll assignment of £3000 of the mortgage by John Rooper of Berkhamstead, Hertfordshire, Esq., and Elizabeth Martha his wife (late Bonfoy, niece and heir at law of Nicholas Bonfoy) and John Clementson of Richmond, Surrey, Esq. (Bonfoy's executors), and Thomas Brand, to Robert Drummond and Henry Drummond, both of Charing Cross, Westminster, bankers (in consideration of £3000 paid by Drummonds to Mrs Rooper and Clementson) and covenant of the Roopers to stand possessed of the £3000 in trust for the Drummonds.