The collection consists of one hand-written volume containing a table of details relating to 3,060 plots of land. There are columns for plot number, freeholder's name and tenant's name, and a column headed 'Late Hinde's', with ticks against certain plots of land.
The table appears to be an abstract of details in Mark Pierce's 1635 survey. The compiler of the copy volume has included details for the township of Laxton, and has left space (plots 3,061-3,600) for details for the hamlet of Laxton Moorhouse but has not filled these in.
The column relating to 'Hinde' refers to notes in the original 1635 survey ('late Hinds') against pieces of freehold land which were purchased by Sir William Courten from Mr Augustine Hinde, Esquire (1574-1647), of Moorhouse, shortly after he bought the manor.