Elizabeth Drury mortgages several properties in Bridge End, Warwick to borrow £200 and because of the 1000 year term imposed on the property in an earlier indenture, the term of the mortgage is for 1000 years. The date of the mortgae is 1st. September 1770.
William Cooper Keating, an apothecary from London, loans her the £200 which may have been connected with the proviso in her husband Richard's Will to ensure the return of £250 to the trustees should she remarry.
Mentioned in the bond which accompanies this agreement (Ref: RD6) are the trustees who must therefore have had an interest in the production of the bond.