|Content Description||First Party: William Green (demandant).|
Second Party: Gilbert Jones (tenant to the praecipe).
Third Party: Henry Pelham-Clinton, 4th Duke of Newcastle under Lyne (vouchee).
Recovery of Nottingham Castle with appurtenances, the manors of Bevercotes, Bothamsall, Brinsley, Clumber, West Drayton, Elkesley, Egmanton, Gamston, Haughton, East Markham, West Markham [Markham Clinton], Haughton Lound, Milton, Martin, Walesby, Cromwell, Flawborough, Kersall, Maplebeck, Basford, Walkeringham and Misterton; also Nottingham Park, Clumber Park, Haughton Park and Hardwick Park; also, 850 messuages, 30 shops, 80 dovecotes, 30 mills, 450 gardens, 7,500 acres of land, 4,000 acres of meadow, 10,000 acres of pasture, 1,000 acres of wood, 5,000 acres of furze and heath, 2,000 acres of moor, 300 acres of marsh, in Askham, Bevercotes, Bothamsall, Babworth, Basford, Bathley, Besthorpe, Bridgford, Brinsley, Balderton, Clumber, Carburton, Carlton, Cropwell Butler, Cromwell, Calverton, South Collingham, East Drayton, West Drayton, Dallington, Darwent, Eaton, Egmanton, Elkesley, Farndon, Flawborough, Foxley, Greasley, Gamston, Gunthorpe, Hardwick, Haughton, Hawton, Holme, Hucknall Huthwaite, Kirton, Kneesall, Kirkshall [Kersall], Kilvington, Lound, Haughton Lound, Lowndham, Lawne, Lowne, Lowndhall, Lowdham, Laneham, Lenton, Muskham, East Markham, West Markham [Markham Clinton], Milton, Morton, Mansfield, Mansfield Woodhouse, Martin, Maplebeck, Misterton, Normanton, Newark, Nottingham, Newthorpe, Orston, Outseats, Radford, Sutton Bonnington, Staunton, Shelton, Stockwith, Scaftworth, Tuxford, Westwood, Westerfield, Wyseton [Wiseton], Wheatley, Walesby, Willoughby, Worksop and Walkeringham.
Also the rectories of Bothamsall, Elkesley, East Markham, West Markham, Cromwell and Maplebeck; the tithes of Bothamsall, Elkesley, Clumber, Worksop, Egmanton, Brinsley, Greasley, Sutton Bonnington, Maplebeck, West Markham, East Markham, Lowdham, Wheatley, Cromwell, Basford, Radford and Lenton; the advowson of Cromwell, Maplebeck and Kirton.
The document is dated 19 May 46 George III.