|Content Description||First Party: William Willcock, gentleman of Worksop, Nottinghamshire and Mary his wife (devisee of the will of Elizabeth Strelley, deceased).|
Second Party: Vincent Eyre, esquire of Sheffield, Yorkshire; and Jane Wake, widow of Worksop Manor Park, Nottinghamshire, both being executors of the will of William Wake, deceased.
Third Party: William Champion and John Roe, gentlemen of Worksop also.
Lease [Ne 6 D 2/47/91] and release [Ne 6 D 2/47/92] by virtue of a settlement from (1) with the consent of (2) to (3) of a messuage or tenement with various closes of lands [all previously part of Holme Farm] in the parish of Whitwell, Derbyshire; the various closes of land include: the Croft, Church Piece, Little Jackyard, Jackyard Close, Upper Jackyard Close, Great Broad Meadow, Little Broad Meadow, Upper Blake Mires, Middle Blake Mires, Little Blake Mires, Gundy Meadow, Spring Close, Clover Meadow, Rough Meadow, Rough Meadow Bottom, and Oller Wood [details of acreages provided]; property is to be held subject to various specified uses including to the use of (1) for life and after his decease to his wife in tail; includes usual provisos.
Recitals: (a) details of an indenture dated 15 Aug. 1787 relating to the levying of a fine on property in Stoney Street in the parish of St Mary, Nottingham, and includes details of various specified uses; (b) a fine of the property recited at (a) was duly levied; (c) fact that (1) desires to settle and assure the property to its various respective uses and trusts.